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Counselling Code: PPDV

Surampalli (V), Vijayawada

Mech

Mechnical Department

Paladugu Parvathi Devi College of Engineering And Technology was established in the year 2008 approved by A.I.C.T.E New Delhi, affiliated to JNTU Kakinada.

Mechanical Engineering is the core branch of Engineering and Technology, which plays an important role in the industrial growth of the nation. Mechanical Engineering Department was established in 2010,is offering undergraduate courses with an approved intake of 60 by AICTE.The Department is enriched with the needed and adequate infrastructure to support proper shaping of the students as professionals.

Department is providing qualitative learning environment to student community enabling them to build up willingness to learn and work. Department is strongly determined and marching forward with systematically designed and executed objectives and goals in line with the vision and mission of the college.

The faculty publishes their research papers in various National /International peer reviewed Journals and Conferences. The Mechanical Engineering Department possesses the required infrastructure and the right expertise to impart training to students in the latest manufacturing technologies. We offer rigorous training to students with individual attention in laboratories, facilitate classroom discussions. Seminars, industrial visits further continuous Industry.

Objective

  • To provide the right inputs to meet the demands of the industry, liberal and create innovative educational environment where in the students are inculcated with social responsibilities and moral values.

  • Well qualified and highly experienced faculty balanced to cater to the needs of students effectively.

  • Spacious laboratories and well equipped with all experimental set ups over and above the requirements of the curriculum.

  • Qualified and well-trained staff members assist the laboratory work and practical knowledge is given due prominence.

  • Lesson plans are designed and strictly implemented, to ensure complete and timely coverage of syllabus as per the norms laid by the JNTU.Classroom teaching is supplemented with modern teaching aids.

  • Along with their formal education with an intensive practical exposure, the inherent talents of the students are explored and strengthened through regular counseling and personality development sessions.

  • Students are encouraged and guided to present papers, attend workshops and seminars to get them acquainted with the latest and recent trends in science and technology.

  • Training in reasoning and soft skills in intensively provided to students.

Vision

The department is conscious about the need for upgrading the knowledge related to changing technologies and the host of other emerging developments. It is also aware of the real world consequences of technology development for better society and ability in oral and written communications to succeed in mechanical engineering studies. We have always tried to maintain a harmonious balance between class room teaching and research and this has been generally a unique feature. There are highly accomplished faculty members in the department who teach and conduct topics that form a perfect blend between and emerging subjects.

The department has well equipped laboratories for experimental research; modeling and experiment. The faculty is highly visible through publications in top notch international journals. A number of very bright and creative students are currently enrolled with the department. The vibrant academic atmosphere of the department, amenities and facilities and above all openness, have tremendously impressed and influenced me all through. The emphasis of the department is to bring out an up to date graduate marked by an important common factor-continuous learning.

Department today

The department has well equipped laboratories. Besides high quality teaching, the practical knowledge of students is enhanced through Expert Lectures by eminent persons from industry, industrial visits,etc.Department has a team of dedicated faculty members, who strive hard to give their 100%.the department adopts flexible and innovative learning opportunities for students enabling them to enhance theoretical and professional skills.

The Department has set ground zero between faculty & students which facilitates teaching learning process effectively. The Department has been pioneering many essential activities which led to the development of the college. Final year students have presented and published technical papers based on their projects in national and international Journals.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering attracts a diverse and talented group of student at the undergraduate level. Over the past couple of years There has been a significant increase in the students . We continue to work towards building a diverse staff and student body. At undergraduate level the primary aim of the department is to offer a board based and well round mechanical engineering program , which produces graduates who are generalists rather than specialists , in the board area of the mechanical engineering profession.

The mechanical program produces graduates who are equipped to deal with the cross disciplinary engineering skills required in the processing and manufacturing industries .Qualifiers from both programs are technically competent with the ability to think creatively and apply a wide range of scientific and engineering principles to make critical, independent judgments and formulate solutions to problems of industry.

Final year students have presented and published technical papers based on their projects in national and international journals.

HOD

Head Of Department

“We are in the process of bench- marking our Department to ensure globally competitive.” and we graduate mechanical engineers who will be able to identify and solve problems and provide the technological leadership needed for the 21st century workplace.

HOD Mech

B. Venu

HOD - M.Tech(MBA)

I am fortunate to have taken over a dynamic department which has grown over the past few years to incorporate not only the activities of the Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical Engineering degree programmes, but also a number of world-class research groups that support a growing number of graduate students. These undergraduate efforts are led by a professional staff of experienced academics and practitioners, many of whom are recognised as world leaders in their fields. To address the challenges we face, our world requires a new kind of engineer. New challenges need new ways of thinking.

We understand the need to keep in step with change while identifying and developing new avenues for research and fostering bright young minds. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our industry partners who have supported us in the past. I look forward to continuing our relationships and engaging with new partners. I hope that you will take this opportunity to interact with the Department. The overall aim of academic development is to improve the teaching and learning experience , and to provide students with the tools they need to succeed. The Department’s academic devel- opment initiative, which has been running, incorporates project-based hands-on activities, like computer literacy, technical reporting, model building and a mentorship programme, where senior students offer support to first- and second-year students. We have exciting and innovative research projects happening across the department. In many of the research areas, there is close collaboration with industry and government departments.

In the current dynamic development of technical disciplines, as well as the establishment of new disciplines within manufacturing, research and development are increasingly faced with the problem of obtaining a sufficient number of well-prepared technically and linguistically proficient skilled graduates – engineers, who must cope with requirements from practice. I take pride in the fact that our highly qualified faculty who are among the most productive in terms of scholarly publications also among the most effective teachers in the college of engineering.this has created both an environment of both graduate and under graduate students are actively engaged in research at the cutting edges mechanical sciences and engineering.

Faculty

Faculty

List of Mechnical Department Faculty

S.NO STAFF DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION PH.NO & EMAIL ID

1

MR. B.VENU

HOD

M.TECH(MBA)

8143425624
Venumech347@gmail.com

2

MR. SK.KARIMULLAH

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-THERMAL ENGG

8919581963

3

MS.K.SIRISHA

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-THERMAL ENGG

4

MR.P.CH.SAINATHAN

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-THERMAL ENGG

9963068263

5

MR.K.KIRAN

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
(THERMAL ENGG)

9652456187

6

MR.J.MUKUNDAM

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
(THERMAL ENGG)

8977473727
Mj0841@gmail.com

7

MR.R.RAJU

Asst.Professor

M.TECH

(THERMAL ENGG)

8179840381
repaniraju@yahoo.com

8

MR.Y.PRAVEEN

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
(THERMAL ENGG)

9542674686
Ypraveen353@gmail.com

9

MR.R.ANIL KUMAR

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
(THERMAL ENGG)

7036986424
Ranilkumar3366@gmail.com

10

MR.NARASAIAH

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-THERMAL ENGG

8374598162

11

MR.A.SRINIVAS

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-THERMAL ENGG

9000426284

12

MR.K.SRAVAN MOHAN

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
(MACHINE DESIGN)

9642436007
Sravanmohan1234@gmail.com

13

MR.CH.SRAVAN KUMAR

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-CAD/CAM

14

MR.CH.SIVARAM REDDY

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-CAD/CAM

15

MR.P.SUBHASH REDDY

Asst.Professor

M.TECH
-THERMAL ENGG

Labs

Lab Details

Year Labs Name
I YEAR LABS 1. ENGINEERING WORKSHOP
II YEAR LABS

1. FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES

2. METALLURGY AND MATERIAL SCIENCES & MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

3. PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

III YEAR LABS

1. MACHINE TOOLS

2. THERMAL ENGINEERING

3. .METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION

4. HEAT TRANSFER

IV YEAR LABS

1. SIMULATION LAB

I B.TECH :

ENGINEERING WORKSHOP LAB:

S.NO NAME OF EQUIPMENT PRICE PER UNIT QUANTITY COST

1

DRILL STAND(1/2’’)

2800

1

2800

2

BENCH GRINDER(6’’)

3700

1

3700

3

BENCH VICE(6’’)

2050

1

2050

4

PIPE WRENCH(18’’)

395

2

790

5

SPANNER SET 6×7TO30×32

710

1

710

6

ADUSTABLE SPANNER(12’’)

189

3

567

7

BALL PIN HAMMER(1LB)

114

6

684

8

CLAW HAMMER(1LB)

75

4

300

9

HACK SAW FRAME

98

5

490

10

NOSE PLIER(6’’)

87

2

174

11

HSS DRILL BIT(10.5MM)

145

5

725

12

M.TAPE(30MTS)

410

2

820

13

FLAT FILE SMOOTH

164

10

1640

14

SQUARE FILE ROUGH

166

10

1660

15

DIE SET (11/4 TO 2’’)

1360

1

1360

16

PINCER

169

2

338

17

TOTEM STEEL CARBON SET

247

3

741

18

NYLON MALLET

175

8

1400

19

CARPENTARY VICE(NO-6)

1125

2

2250

20

GRINDING STONE((6’’)

175

2

350

21

½ HP 1440 RPM MOTOR

3600

1

3600

22

PLAIN DRILL CHUCK(1/2’’)

300

1

300

23

VERNIER CALIPERS(150MM)

350

2

700

24

C-CLAMP

345

2

690

25

TENON SAW

60

8

480

26

SCREW DIVIDER(12’’)

45

3

135

27

SCREW DIVIDER(8’’)

42

2

84

28

SCREW DIVIDER(10’’)

44

2

88

29

SCREW DIVIDER(5’’)

40

2

80

30

SCREW DIVIDER(4’’)

38

2

76

31

TOOL BOX

400

1

400

32

CARPENTARY VICE(N0-6)

1125

2

2250

33

RING SPANNER6×7TO30×32

840

1

840

34

FLAT SPANNER(6×7TO30×32)

416

1

416

35

M.TAPE(3MTS)

40

2

80

36

TAP HANDLE

(1/2’’)

105

105

37

LOW ALLOY BLADES(12×1/2)BLADES(12×1/2)

6

100

600

38

CENTER PUNCH(100MM)

24

10

240

39

TESTER(N0 814)

26

5

130

40

STEEL RULE(1 FEET)

63

10

630

41

TRY SQUARE(6’’)

40

12

400

42

WOOD RASP FILE

106

5

530

43

TRIANGLE FILE

100

10

1000

44

SQUARE FILE SMALL

85

10

850

45

TAP HANDLE

102

1

102

46

OIL CANS

65

2

130

47

HAIF ROUND FILE

100

10

1000

48

SPRING DIVIDER

33

10

330

49

STSH DRILL BIT

145

5

725

50

MOTORISE CHISEL(1’’)

32

5

160

51

MOTORISE CHISEL(1/2’’)

28

5

140

52

CHISEL DOVETAIL(1’’)

52

5

260

53

GREASE GUN(5KG)

2600

1

2600

54

COMBINATION PLIER(8’’)

65

2

130

55

FILE GUARD BRUSHES

20

12

240

56

CHISEL HANDLES

20

15

300

57

TRY SQUARE

74

3

222

58

TRANSMISSION BELT

90

1

90

59

MALLETS NYLON

120

60

720

60

MOTORISE CHISELS

80

10

800

61

TENONSAW

85

10

850

62

WOOD JACK PLANE

320

8

2560

63

SCRIBER

80

10

800

64

DOT PUNCH

40

5

200

65

HACK SAW FRAME

80

10

800

66

FILE HANDLES

25

30

750

67

BALL PEN HAMMERS

85

5

425

68

FLAT CHISELS

165

5

2475

69

CUTTING PLIER

120

4

480

70

TESTER

40

4

160

71

SOLDERING ROD MATERIAL

150

10

150

72

40W BULBS

9

10

90

73

FUSE WIRE

45

2

90

74

TUBE LIGHTS

35

1

35

75

STATERS

5

2

10

76

1.5 FORK TYPE PLUGS

2

500

1000

77

MORTOISE CHISEL WITH HANDLES

80

10

800

78

WOOD TRACK PLANE

320

1

320

79

WOOD RASP FILE

145

10

1450

80

BENCH VICE NO-6

1800

1

1800

81

STEEL RULES

25

6

150

82

WOODEN MALLET

50

6

300

83

SCRIBERS

32

6

192

84

STRAIGHT SNIP

160

4

640

85

HANDLING HAMMERS

150

25

150

86

1KG SLEDGE HAMMERS

120

4

480

87

½ KG SLEDGE HAMMERS

70

2

140

88

SNIP BENDS

210

4

840

89

RIVET HAMMERS

1100

4

4400

90

NUMBER PUNCHES

240

2

480

91

ANVIL(50KG)

4200

1

4200

92

FRUNNEL

1150

3

3450

93

TONGS

110

6

660

94

BLOWER

1100

1

1100

95

BENCH VICE

1600

4

6400

96

ANGLE PLATE

1800

1

1800

97

TONGS

110

3

330

98

BENCH VICE

1800

2

3600

NOTE:

ALL THE MENTIONED LIST ABOVE SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAB AND THERE WAS NO PROBLEM REGARDING THE ENGINEERINGG WORKSHOP.

II B.TECH

PRODUCTION TECNOLOGY LAB:

S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT QUANTITY COST OF EACH EQUIPMENT

1

SPOT WELDING MACHINE

1

32,650

2

INJECTION MOULDING MACHINE

1

17,450

3

ARC WELDING MACHINE

1

9,900

4

PERMEABILITY TEST

1

18,670

5

SAND RAMMER

1

13,750

NOTE: ALL ARE WORKING


MMS LAB:

S.NO

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

COST OF EACH EQUIPMENT

1

SINGLE DISC POLISHING MACHINE

1

18,200

2

MUFFLE FURNACE

1

28,000

3

HAND GRINDER(POLISHING STAND)

1

8,800

4

METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE

2

32,000

NOTE : 1. NEED SPECIMENS FOR CONDUCTING EXPERIMENTS

2. DIAL TEST INDICATOR IS NOT WORKING

3. MICROSCOPE IS NOT WORKING


MOS LAB:

S.NO

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

COST OF EACH EQUIPMENT

1

SIMPLY SUPPORTED BEAM

1

6,500

2

CANTILEVER BEAM

1

6,500

3

IMPACT TESTING MACHINE

1

75,000

4

ROCKWELL/BRINNAL HARDNESS TESTER

1

58,500

NOTE: 1. IMPACT TESTING MACHINE IS NOT WORKING


FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES LAB:

SNO

DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT

QTY

COST

1

DETERMINATION OF LOSS OF HEAD DUE TO SUDDEN CONTRACTION IN A PIPE LINE AND FRICTION FACTOR OF A GIVEN PIPE LINE

1

52000.00

2

CALIBRATION OF VENTURI AND ORIFICE METER

1

35000.00

3

PERFORMANCE TEST ON RECIPROCATING PUMP

1

44000.00

4

TURBINE FLOW METER

1

29000.00

5

PERFORMANCE TEST ON SINGLE STAGE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

1

47500.00

6

PERFORMANCE TEST ON MULTI STAGE CONTRIFUGAL PUMP

1

57500.00

7

IMPACT OF JET ON VANES

1

35000.00

8

MERCURY

1KG

2800.00

9

STOP WATCHS

6

600.00

10

PIEZOMETERS

5

200.00

NOTE:

1. MULTI STAGE RECIPROCATING PUMP IS NOT WORKING

2. TURBINE FLOW METER IS NOT WORKING

3. FRICTION LOSSES IS NOT WORKING(WATER LEAKAGE)

III B.TECH

THERMAL ENGINEERING:

S.NO. NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT PRICE PER UNIT. QTY TOTAL

1

SINGLE CYLINDER FOUR STROKE DIESEL ENGINE TEST RIG

1,05,000

1

1,05,000

2

ACTUAL CUT SECTION MODEL OF 2-STROKE PETROL ENGINE

14,000

1

14,000

3

ACTUAL CUT SECTION OF 4- STROKE DIESEL ENGINE

22,000

1

22,000

4

SINGLE CYLINDER TWO STROKE PETROLENGINE TEST RIG

1,35,000

1

1,35,000

5

MODEL OF LANCHANSHIRE BOILER

19,300

1

19,300

6

MODEL OF BABCOCK &WILCOX BOILER

15,300

1

15,300

7

MODEL OF LOCOMOTIVE BOILER

19,300

1

19,300

8

MODEL OF COCHRAN BOILER

17,800

1

17,800

9

MODEL OF BENSON BOILER

21,800

1

21,800

NOTE:

1. PETROL ENGINE NEEDSERVICING

2. AIR COMPRESSOR EQUIPMENT ENERGY METER AND REGULATOR IS NOT WORKING.


MACHINE TOOLS LAB:

S.NO. NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT PRICE QTY TOTAL

1

LATHE MACHINE

2,77,880

4

11,11,520

2

ALL GEARED LATHE

1,68,305

1

1,68,305

3

UNIVERSAL MILLING MACHINE

1,26,618

1

1,26,618

4

SHANPING MACHINE

1,06,762

1

1,06,762

5

MANUAL CUTTING MACHINE

7,000

1

7,000

NOTE:

NEED SERVICING FOR ALL THE MACHINES AND ALL GEARED LATHE MACHINE (MOTOR) IS NOT WORKING


INSTRUMENTATION LAB:

S.NO. NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT PRICE PER UNIT. QTY TOTAL

1

CALIBRATION OF PRESSURE GAUGE

23,400

1

23,400

2

STUDY AND CALIBRATION OF LVDT

13,900

1

13,900

3

CALIBRATION OF STRAIN GAUGE

17,900

1

17,900

4

CALIBRATION OF THERMOCOUPLE

13,000

1

13,000

5

CALIBRATION OF ANGULAR SPEED MEASUREMENT

13,900

1

13,900

6

STUDY AND CALIBRATION OF PHOTO AND MAGNETIC SPEED PICKUPS

18,500

1

18,500

7

CALIBRATION OF RESISTANCE(RTD)

13,900

1

13,900

NOTE:

ALL ARE WORKING AND WE NEED SERVICING FOR INSTRUMENTATION LAB


HEAT TRANSFER LAB:

S.NO. NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT PRICE PER UNIT. QTY TOTAL

1

COMPOSITE WALL APPARATUS

32,000

1

32,000

2

HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH LAGGED PIPE

33,000

1

33,000

3

THERMAL METAL ROD

31,960

1

31,960

4

HEAT TRANSFER IN PIN FIN

34,000

1

34,000

5

HEAT TRANSFER IN FORCED CONVECTION

34,897

1

34,897

6

HEAT TRANSFER IN NATURAL CONVECTION

33,000

1

33,000

7

PARALLEL//COUNTER FLOW APPARATUS

32,000

1

32,000

8

EMMISIVITY APPARATUS

33,660

1

33,660

9

STEFEN BOLTZMAN APPARATUS

33,150

1

33,150

NOTE:

1. STEFAN BOLTZMAN APPARATUS IS NOT WORKING

2. PARALLEL FLOW/COUNTER FLOW NEED SERVICING

3. LAGGED PIPE APPARATUS IS NOT WORKING

4. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METAL ROD IS NOT WORKING.


METROLOGY LAB:

S.NO. NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT PRICE PER UNIT. QTY TOTAL

1

SINE BAR SET

5,525

2

11,050

2

DIGITAL MICROMETER

7,900

2

15,800

3

GEAR TOOTH CALLIPERS

6,950

2

13,900

4

VERNIER CALLIPERS(DIGITAL)

5, 900

2

11,800

5

MECHANICAL VERNIER CALLIPERS

2,650

2

5,300

6

DIAL INDICATORS

2,320

2

4,640

7

VERNIER DEPTH GAUGE

3,120

2

6,240

8

GRANITE SURFACE PLATE WITH STAND

7,875

2

15,750

9

SLIP GAUGE SET

4,000

2

8,000

10

SPIRIT LEVEL BOX TYPE

4,850

2

9,700

11

TOOL MAKER’S MICROSCOPE

62,800

1

62,800

NOTE:

NO PROBLEM IN METROLOGY LAB

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT LABS

FM &HM LAB

This lab will be attended by the second year students in mechanical branch. In this lab, students can perform those experiments that are related to topics covered in fluid mechanics subject. In this lab, students are expected to compare experimental results with theoretical concepts and speculate reasons of discrepancies for various active components like venturi-meter, rificemeter, flow through pipes, meta-centric height etc. This lab also covers the fluid mechanics basics. The lab is well equipped with all the instruments required for performing the prescribed list of experiments like venturi-meter, orifice-meter, flow through pipes, meta-centric height etc.

HT LAB

There are about 10 equipments for practical experiments on Heat Transfer. Experiments are based on heat conduction, convection and radiation. Heat transfer experiments are useful to know the fluid flow properties in the industries. Experiments are useful to know the practical working of machine involving heat transfer and exchange. A complete understanding of heat transfer is understood through heat transfer lab experiments.

SOM LAB

This lab has destructive and non-destructive machines like universal testing machine, impact, hardness testing machine. There are also the equipments to find out the mechanical advantage, efficiency etc. as per DCRUST syllabus norms.

MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION LAB

This Lab consists of various measuring instruments like Pressure Measurement, Load Cell, Stress & Strain Measurement, Temperature Measurement, Torque Measurement and Displacement Measurement Instruments. These instruments are based on latest sensors & transducers used in practice now days. So, students get a hand on these instruments and they get skills to operate & maintain these instruments.