Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

About Department

Department of Mechanical Engineering was started in the year 1998 with an intake of 60 students and gradually increased to 90 and 180.

The department is headed by Dr. A.Hemantha Kumar having more than 18 years of experience in Academics.

The department has well qualified and experienced faculty members. The department is endowed with well-equipped labs which meets the standards specified by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur. In addition, the department maintains its own CAD Lab with 4 workstations and is the first college in Rayalseema affiliated to JNTU maintains a CNC trainer lathe and CNC milling. The department maintains its own library in addition to the institute central library. The Dept is accredited by N.B.A. twice, AICTE is pleased to approve additional intake of 30 (90+30=120) for the Year 2010–2011 and 180 for the year 2013.

We envision the department as one of the best in the region with a stimulating environment to make an impact on, and lead in the field through its education and research.

The mission of the Department is to provide an excellent and comprehensive education in the field of Mechanical engineering which inturn mould students for a wide range of careers and to exhibit a high level of professionalism, ethical behavior and exercise social responsibility.

S.No. Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1 Work productively as Mechanical engineers, including supportive and leadership roles on multi-disciplinary teams.
PEO2 Meet the needs of Indian and Multinational companies to synthesize data and technical concepts for application in new product design.
PEO3 Communicate effectively, recognize, and incorporate societal needs and constraints in their professional endeavors along with professional ethics in their professional practice.
PEO4 Engage in continuous learning, such as graduate study to remain current in their profession and be leaders in the technological society.

S.No. Programme Outcomes
PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components oprocesses that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6 The engineer and society:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 Communication: CCommunicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

The mechanical engineering graduate

S.No. Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1 Has the ability to apply the knowledge of Engineering Mathematics (statistics, probability distributions) and technical competency to solve problems related to design, simulation, value engineering and risk management of mechanical systems.
PSO2 Has the ability to conduct independent research for information required in engineering problem solving.
PSO3 Has the ability to measure, analyze and improve mechanical engineering processes using appropriate tools and techniques in real time business scenarios.

HOD Profile

Dr.A.Hemanth Kumar
Professor & HOD

B.Tech

The Mechanical Engineering department offers four years Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) program (comprising of eight semesters). The curriculum of B. Tech program comprises of core courses, Professional elective courses, seminars, Training on Soft skills, GATE classes, Laboratory experiments, and Project Works in last Semester. The program offers sufficient flexibility so that the students can undertake various elective courses that provide exposure in various specializations in Mechanical Engineering, such as Production, Design, Thermal, CAD/CAM & Industrial Engineering.

M.Tech

Department of Mechanical Engineering having TWO postgraduate (M.Tech.) programmes. They are:

  • CAD/CAM
  • Machine Design

The department attaches a lot of importance to its Master’s students providing them ample opportunities towards research and development. The M.Tech program comprises of core courses, specialization related electives, Value Added courses and supervised research exposition.

Course Structure

S.No Name of the faculty Designation Qualification
1 Dr. G. Prabhakara Rao Emeritus Professor M.Tech, Ph.D.
2 Dr. A. Hemanth Kumar Professor & HOD M.Tech, Ph.D.
3 Dr. N. Siva Rami Reddy Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
4 Dr. N. Venkatachalapathi Professor M.Tech, Ph.D., F.I.E.
5 Dr. D. Krishna Mohan Raju Professor M.Tech, Ph.D.
6 Dr. P.V. Sanjeeva Kumar Associate Professor M.Tech, Ph.D.
7 Dr. B.Venkatesh Associate Professor M.Tech,Ph.D
8 M. Maruthi Prasad Associate Professor M.E.
9 R.V.N.R. Surya Prakash Assistant Professor M.E.
10 K. Nagamani Assistant Professor M.Tech.
11 B. Santhosh Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech.
12 P. Ravindranatha Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech.
13 C. Ramanjaneyulu Assistant Professor M.Tech.
14 G. Suresh Babu Assistant Professor M.Tech.
15 K. Ajay Kumar Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech.
16 V. Venkatesh Assistant Professor M.Tech.
17 N. Keerthi Assistant Professor M.Tech.
18 N. Deepthi Assistant Professor M.Tech.
19 N. Kishore Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech.
20 D. Vishnu Vardhan Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech.
21 S. Nagendra Assistant Professor M.Tech.
22 N. Jaya Krishna Assistant Professor M.Tech.
23 C. Thirupathaiah Assistant Professor M.Tech.
24 N. Naga Raju Assistant Professor M.Tech.
25 Shaik MD Saleemuddin Assistant Professor M.Tech.
26 M. Lokanath Assistant Professor M.Tech.
27 N. Glory Ujwala Assistant Professor M.Tech.
28 G. Amarnath Assistant Professor M.Tech.
29 S. Ramesh Babu Assistant Professor M.Tech.
30 V. Mallikarjuna Assistant Professor M.Tech.
31 G.Eswar Bala Chandra Assistant Professor M.Tech.
32 T.Mani Mohan Assistant Professor M.Tech.
33 B.ChennaKesavulu Assistant Professor M.Tech.

S.No Name of the Technical Staff Date of Joining Qualification Other Technical Skills Gained
1 S. Venkataiah 11-01-1998 ITI (CARPENTARY) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
2 P. Bala Krishna 05-01-2000 ITI (ELECTRICIAN) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
3 S. Subramanyam Sharma 01-04-2001 ITI (WELDER) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
4 T. Venugopal 07-01-2005 ITI (DIESELMECHANIC) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
5 Raghava Jagadeesh Kumar 07-01-2007 M.Com, PGDCA Hardware troubleshooting and Networking
6 A.Ramaiah 21/12/2010 ITI (FITTER ) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
7 MV Subramanyam 30/09/2011 ITI (FITTER ) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
8 G. Penchalaiah 18/10/013 ITI (DIESEL MECHANIC) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
9 Y. Sudarshan Raju 29/04/2015 ITI (DIESEL MECHANIC) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
10 P. Vemaiah 09-09-2015 ITI (FITTER ) Trained on all equipments in various Labs
11 B.Yerikallaiah 09-01-2002 SSC Sub-Staff
12 N.Subbaiah 26/07/2019 ITI( FITTER) Sub-Staff

Organisation with which MoU is signed Date
M/s.  EDS TECHNOLOGIES Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore. 31-05-2018
Central institute of plastics engineering and technology (CIPET), Chennai. 10-2-2017
Intelligence Quality, Chennai 27-10-2017

ANNAMACHARYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCES (AUTONOMOUS) ::RAJAMPET

Department of Mechanical Engineering

S.No Salutation Name of the Inventor (s) Designation Department Title of the Patent Patent Application Number Patent Published (Yes Or No) Date of Published Patent Granted (Yes Or No) Patent Granted Date Number National /International
1 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A DOUBLE CRANK OPPOSITE CYLINDER ENGINE WITH FLYWHEEL DRIVEN AT HIGH SPEED 2855/CHE/2008 Yes 29-06-2012 Yes 27-08-2018 300303 National
2 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING VALVE OPERATING PERIOD 2853-che-2008 Yes 08-06-2012 Yes 13-09-2018 300988 National
3 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A HIGH TEMPERATURE ISOTHERMAL EXPANSION SYSTEM 2848/CHE/2008 Yes 01-06-2012 Yes 24-01-2019 306245 National
4 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A HEAT EXCHANGER TO LIBERATE COOLANT LIQUID HEAT TO ATMOSPHERE 2851/CHE/2008 Yes 08-06-2012 Yes 25-06-2019 314700 National
5 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME AN IMPROVED AIR SUSPENSION SYSTEM 2852/CHE/2008 Yes 01-06-2012 Yes 24-01-2020 330216 National
6 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME PORTABLE WATER PRODUCTION FROM DRAINAGE WATER USING REVERSE OSMOSIS TECHNIQUE AND EFFICIENT COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGER 1289/CHE/2009 Yes 11-05-2012 Yes 13-05-2020 336801 National
7 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGER 2850/CHE/2008 Yes 01-06-2012 Yes 15-05-2020 336913 National
8 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME AN ISOTHERMAL COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION SYSTEM 2854/CHE/2008 Yes 12-06-2012 Yes 10-07-2020 341133 National
9 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME AN INNOVATIVE WAX LAMP 1304/CHE/2009 Yes 20-04-2012 Yes 28-09-2020 348025 National
10 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME HIGH HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGER 1282/CHE/2009 Yes 20-04-2012 Yes 22-10-2020 349878 National
11 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME LIQUID FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM IN THE FORM OF VAPOUR IN THE I.C.ENGINES 1293/CHE/2009 Yes 20-04-2012 Yes 30-10-2020 350557 National
12 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME STEERING MECHANISM TO ACHIEVE PERFECT STEERING USING CAMS 1288/CHE/2009 Yes 20-04-2012 Yes 11-12-2020 353527 National
13 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME GASKET WITH SELF SEALING PRESSURE 1306/CHE/2009 Yes 20-04-2012 Yes 11-12-2020 353526 National
14 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME LOW MANUFACTURING COST REFRIGERATOR 1283/CHE/2009 Yes 20/04/2012 Yes 30/07/2021 373295 National
15 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME HIGH HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT STEAM BOILER 1297/CHE/2009 Yes 20/04/2012 Yes 30/07/2021 373296 National
16 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A HIGH HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT DRY STEAM CONDENSER 1300/CHE/2009 Yes 20/04/2012 Yes 05-03-2021 365985 National
17 Dr. D.Krishna Mohan Raju Professor ME A MULTI ENGINE AUTOMOBILE 2849/CHE/2008 Yes 06-01-2012 Yes 03-07-2018 293971 National

S.No Name of the Applicant(s) / Investor(s) from the Department Title Application No. Filing/Publishing Date
1 Dr.D.Krishna Mohan Raju A Cooling System For Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant With Parabolic Reflectors 201841005187 12-02-2018
2 Dr.D.Krishna Mohan Raju A Low Cost Prime Axis Tracking System For 1 Mega Watt Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant With or Without 201841005188 12-02-2018
3 Dr.D.Krishna Mohan Raju A Low Cost And Energy Efficient Evaporative Cooling System 201841005191 12-02-2018
4 Dr.D.Krishna Mohan Raju A Low Cost And Energy Efficient Dry Cooling System 201841005193 12-02-2018
5 Dr.D.Krishna Mohan Raju A High Speed Isothermal Compression And Expansion System Using Liquid As Heat Exchanging Fluid Between Reciprocating System And Heat Source/ Heat Sink 201841029489 06-08-2018
6 Dr.D.Krishna Mohan Raju An Economical And Efficient Liquid Air Energy Storage And Retrieval System Suitable To Store The Energy In Large Scale In Combination With Solar And Wind Mills 201841029491 06-08-2018

Faculty Achievements

Student Achievements

S.No Name of the Event Date of the Event Annexure-1 Photos News Item
1 NSS Van Mahotsav tree plantation 5-7-2018 List of students participated Event-1
2 NSS Van Mahotsav tree plantation 6-7-2018 List of students participated Event-2
3 Guest lecture by G L SAMUEL (IITM) Topic: Recent Advances in Manufacturing 9-7-2018 Final Years (IV-A & IV- B) and Invitation Template Event-3 News1
4 Orientation program for Students 11-7-2018 Event-4 News2
5 APSSDC 14-07-2018 Event-5
6 GUEST Lecture by B.Viswanath Reddy 16-07-2018 Event-6

Academic Year: 2017 – 2018

Sl.No. Class Batch No. of Students Date of Visit Place & Address of Visit
1 IV B.Tech 2014 120 02-11-2017

SATISH DHAWAN SPACE CENTRE SHAR

Sriharikota

2 III B.Tech
3 II B.Tech

Academic Year: 2016 – 2017

S.No. Class Batch No. of Students Date of Visit Place & Address of Visit
1 IV B.Tech 2013 94 30-09-2016 SATISH DHAWAN SPACE CENTRE SHAR Sriharikota
2 III B.Tech 2014 131 25-01-2017 SRISAILAM RIGHT BANK POWER HOUSE (SRBPH), SRISAILAM PROJECT
3 II B.Tech 2015

Sec.A-49

Sec.B-40

Sec.C-37

04-01-2017

05-01-2017

11-01-2017

CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PLASTICS ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (CIPET), CHENNAI

Academic Year: 2015 – 2016

Sl.No. Class Batch No. of Students Date of Visit Place & Address of Visit
1 IV B.Tech 2012 101 01-08-2015

APSRTC ZONAL WORKSHOP,

KADAPA. YSR DIST.

2 III B.Tech 2013

Sec.A-60

Sec.B-45

Sec.C-42

04-10-2015

17-10-2015

31-10-2015

APGENCO LTD.,

Rayalaseema Thermal Power Plant (RTPP), VV REDDY NAGAR

Y.S.R KADAPA DIST.

3 II B.Tech 2014

Sec.A-40

Sec.C-56

13-02-2016

20-02-2016

NEL CAST LTD.

INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,

GUDUR, P.S.R NELLORE DIST.

Academic Year: 2014 – 2015

Sl.No. Class Batch No. of Students Date of Visit Place & Address of Visit
1 IV B.Tech No Industrial Visits in this academic year because of time deficient due to ‘Samaikyandhra Movement’. 
2 III B.Tech
3 II B.Tech

Academic Year: 2013 – 2014

Sl.No. Class Batch No. of Students Date of Visit Place & Address of Visit
1 IV B.Tech
2 III B.Tech 2011 60 05/04/2014

COINDIA,

340-341,

AVARAM PALAYAM ROAD,

K.R PURAM, COIMBATORE

3 II B.Tech

Academic Year: 2012 – 2013

Sl.No. Class Batch No. of Students Date of Visit Place & Address of Visit
1 IV B.Tech 2009 72 01/10/2012

HAAS FACTORY OUTLET,

SF.NO. 540/1,

SAKTHIEASWARA NAGAR,

VELLALORE POST,

COIMBATORE – 11

2 III B.Tech 2010 69 01/10/2012

ANNA ALUMINIUM COMPANY PVT. LTD.

P.B. NO.4, KIZHAKKAMBALAM.,

YERNAKULAM DISTRICT,

ALUVA, KERALA.

3 II B.Tech