About Us


The Department of Mechanical Engineering at SVREC started functioning in the academic year 2012 - 13. The Department offers an under graduate program in mechanical engineering that covers a wide range of topics in the field of mechanical engineering such as thermal and fluid sciences, engineering design, dynamics and control, materials, manufacturing, modeling and simulation as per the JNTUA curriculum to suit the interests of students and meet the industry requirements.
The student intake capacity of the Department is 60. Teaching and learning activities at the Department are designed in such a way as to stimulate intellectual curiosity, creativity and innovation in students. The Department has a well qualified and experienced team of faculty members who have their specializations in the different branches/areas of mechanical engineering. The highly committed faculty with their innovative ideas guides the students with their projects and industry assignments. The efforts of faculty, well experienced supporting staff, enabling learning environment and availability of modern facilities are reflected in the excellent performance of the students. Efforts are underway to set up a Research & Development centre to initiate the research activities at the Department.
The Department frequently conducts theoretical and practical technical sessions, industrial visits for the benefit of the students and faculty under the ISTE Students and Faculty Chapters. These Chapters are actively involved in conducting technical talks and guest lecturers by eminent personalities from the industry and academicians from reputed institutes like IISc., IITs and NITs. The Student Chapter is active in organizing career guidance programs, student talent search programs, seminars, workshops, etc. as co-curricular activities throughout the semesters.


VISION


To raise the quality of education and to be an effective human resource development section under all changing conditions.

To contribute to the growth of the engineering profession maintaining highest ethical and professional standards.


Mission


  • The mission of the Department is to provide an excellent and comprehensive education with practical knowledge in the field of Mechanical engineering which in turn mould students for a wide range of careers and to exhibit a high level of professionalism, ethical behavior and exercise social responsibility.
  • To see that our students become assets to the establishments where they are employed and to see that they become proud citizens of the country.

Program Assessment Committee (PAC)


Program Outcomes(PO's)


PO Number Graduate Attributes PO Statements
1 Engineering Knowledge Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex Engineering problems.
2 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.
3 Design/Development of Solutions Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety , and the cultural, societal , and environmental considerations.
4 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems Ability to review research literature, use research methods to execute project and synthesize the problem to provide valid conclusions.
5 Modern Tool Usage Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6 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.
7 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.
8 Ethics Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9 Individual and team work Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10 Communication Communicate 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.
11 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.
12 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.

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs):


SNO PEO Number Program Educational Objectives
1 PEO1 To prepare students to excel in undergraduate programmer/ technical profession.
2 PEO2 To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to solve engineering problems and also to pursue higher studies.
3 PEO3 To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth so as to comprehend, analyze,design, and create novel products and solutions for the real life problems through practical experience in workshop and machines laboratory.
4 PEO4 To inculcate in student’s professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, team work skills, multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs):


SNO PSO Number Program Specific outcomes
1 PSO1 Enhancing the employability skills by making the students capable of qualifying National level competitive examinations.
2 PSO2 Inculcating in students technical competencies to deal with practical aspects of mechanical engineering.
3 PSO3 Cognizance of social awareness and environmental necessity along with ethical responsibility to have a successful career and to become an entrepreneur.

Programs Offered


PROGRAM: B.Tech (ME)


Intake : 60 seats

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR UG (B.Tech):

  1. Regulation scheme R19  click here
  2. Regulation scheme R15  click here

PROGRAM: M.Tech (Machine Design)


Intake : 18 seats

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR PG (B.Tech):

  1. Regulation scheme R19  click here
  2. Regulation scheme R15  click here

PROGRAM: Diploma (ME)


Intake : 60 seats

HOD'S MESSAGE


Dear future engineers and their parents,


Myself, M. Sivaramakrishnaiah has graduated in B.E., Mechanical Engineering from Madras University Hod in the year 2004. He obtained M.Tech degree in Thermal Engineering in the year 2008 from J.N.T.U University and PhD degree recently submitted from JNTU University Kakinada. I have got 15 years of experience in Teaching and Industrial, research organization has got 6 years of experience. I have 15 publications in international/national journals /conferences. Worked as a Asst. Professor and HOD, of Mechanical Engineering in Sri Venkateswara college of Engineering and Technology (AUTONOMUS) and Vaishnavi institute of Technology Tirupati, Chittoor (Dt), Andhra Pradesh. CFD simulation of Blades flow path and heat exchangers, Powder Metallurgy, Machining processes are his areas of research Interest. Recently I submitted patent India by artificial intelligence based production monitoring and tool lifespan optimization system, application number 202021038856, Date-18/9/2020.

Our department features state-of-the-art infrastructure including well-developed laboratories for core courses like Fluid Mechanics & Machinery, Thermal Engineering, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, etc. It also features a full-fledged workshop which can hone to students’ knowledge and hands-on skills related to manufacturing. Students can learn modern software related to drafting, modeling and analysis, which are nowadays a pre-requisite in industry through our CAD laboratory. Additionally, considering the current demand of skilled engineers in industry and Government of India’s skill development mission, we have a recently set-up a fully-equipped which develops students’ hands-on skills.

We have excellent faculty with a blend of academics and industry. Almost everyone has completed their post-graduation. They continuously update themselves to the latest trends by attending faculty development programmes, industrial trainings and workshops. They have published research papers in national and international journals and conferences. Students are regularly exposed to industry culture through industrial visits, expert lectures and seminars. Maintaining outstanding track records in academics, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, technical competitions, sports, social activities, active participation in prestigious events. Every year has been a very consistent habit of our students! We care for our students like their parents and have an effective mentoring system to counsel them regularly. Every year, our department organizes technical and non-technical competitions for our students which include application-based tasks, technical quizzes, mini-projects, fun-fair and many more. Lastly, I feel proud of our department to have continued education through successful implementation of online teaching and webinars for our students in this tough time of COVID-19 pandemic.

Wish you all the very best!

M. Sivaramakrishnaiah
Tel No. : (+91)7382509510
E-Mail: mechhod@svrec.ac.in
malayathisiva@gmail.com

Our Faculty


SNO FACULTY UNIQUE ID NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION
1 1-2911353937 Dr P. MALIKARJUNAREDDY Professor & Principal M.Tech, Ph.D
2 1-2190669672 Mr.M.SIVARAMAKRISHNAIAH Asso.professor & HOD M.Tech (Ph.D)
3 1-462751101 Mr C.CHANDRUDU Asso.professor M.Tech Ph.D
4 1-7857541965 Dr M.DASTAGIRI Asso.professor M.Tech, Ph.D
5 1-7429813740 Dr M.BALATHEJA Asso.professor M.Tech, Ph.D
6 1-4726165524 Mr P.HUSSAIN Assistant Professor M.Tech
7 1-2746344313 Mr J.SANDHIP KUMAR Assistant Professor M.Tech
7 1-7469684499 Mr V.MADHAVA Assistant Professor M.Tech
8 1-469762973 Mr B.VENKATA AMARNATHA REDDY Assistant Professor M.Tech
9 1-3361311073 Mr N.SREENIVASULU Assistant Professor M.Tech
10 1-2518695009 Mr S.NAGA PRADEEP REDDY Assistant Professor M.Tech
11 1-7488509125 Mr P.VENKATA SUBHANJANEYULU Assistant Professor M.Tech
12 1-9458984075 Mr B.VEERALINGAM Assistant Professor M.Tech
13 1-2518596173 Mr M.SUDHAKAR REDDY Assistant Professor M.Tech
14 1-9459697264 Mrs K.SOWJANYA Assistant Professor M.Tech
15 1-9508907736 Mr S.KARIMULLA Assistant Professor B.Tech
16 1-7469684499 Mr V.MADHAVA Assistant Professor M.Tech
17 1-7469759925 Mr U.NAGENDRA Assistant Professor M.Tech
18 1-9459858995 Mr S.NIZAMUDDIN Assistant Professor M.Tech
19 1-9460024315 Mr A.PRASHANTH Assistant Professor M.Tech
20 1-9508530337 Mr S.KHALEEL AHAMMAD Assistant Professor M.Tech
21 1-7429695248 Mr D.ABDUL NAVI Assistant Professor M.Tech
22 1-9508530550 Mr S.AHMED BASHA Assistant Professor M.Tech
 

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2019-2020)


Journals

  1. D R SubbaRao published a paper “Analysis of Fuel Injection Nozzle for Better Performance Aero Engines” in ISSN No: 0377-9254 volume no 10, issue 11, November 2019 of Journal of Engineering Services.
  2. D R SubbaRao published a paper “Design and Analysis of IC Engine ENGINEVALVES Using Ansys” in ISSN No: 0377-9254 volume no 10, issue 11, November 2019 of Journal of Engineering Services.
  3. P Hussian published a paper “Influence of Fillers on Mechanical Properties of Prosopis Juliflora Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Composites” in ScienceDirect, Materials Today: Proceedings, ELSEVIER, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2019.07.6182214-7853/_ 2019 Elsevier Ltd.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2018-19)


Journals


  1. A Gouse Peera published a paper “Fem Analysis on Wet Multi Plate Clutch by Varying Friction Lining Material for Improved Mechanical Properties” in ISSN: 2321-7758 volume No.6, Issue 4 July-August 2018 in international journal of engineering research-online.
  2. B V Amaranatha Reddy published a paper “Design and Analysis of IC Engine Engine Values Using Ansys”in ISSN: 0377-9254 in volume 10, issues 11, november-2019 in Journal of Engineering Science.
  3. J A Sandeep Kumar Published on paper “Design and Optimization on Nylon Bucket through Finite Element Analysis” in ISSN: 2321-7758 Vol.6. Issue 4, 2018 July-Aug in International Journal of Engineering Research.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2017-18)


Journals


  1. Mr. Ravinuthula Shiva published a paper “Analytical Investigation of Fin Tube Evaporator by Using Different Refrigerant” in ISSN No: 2348-4845 Volume No. 4 (2017), Issue No. 1(January) of International Journal and Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research.
  2. P Hussian published a paper “Composite Material Analysis of Front Axle of a Heavy Vehicle Using Materials Glass Carbon Composite Subjected to Dynamic Analysis” in ISSN No.1, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.18-25. August 2017 of International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology, Vol.3
  3. P Hussian published a paper “Minimizations Of Sink Mark Defects In Injection Molding Process Optimization Of A Composite Drive Shaft Used In Automobiles” in ISSN 2454-535X Vol.3, No.3, , pp.28-48 in August 2017 International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  4. P Hussian published a paper “Buckling Analysis of Diesel Engine Connecting Rod for Different Load Conditions” in, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.50-67, Vol.3, No.3 in august 2017 International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  5. P Hussian published a paper “Design Validation And Buckling Analysis Of Aluminum Alloy Wheel For Straight And Slant Spokes” Vol.3, No.3, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.81-92august 2017 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  6. P Hussian published a paper “Design And Analysis Of Effect Of Rim Thickness On Bending Stresses In Low Addendum Large Spur Gears” Vol.3, No.3, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.94-113 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  7. P Hussian published a paper” Considerations Of Connecting Rod, Piston And Gudgeon Pin In Reciprocating Air Compressor” in Vol.3, No.3, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.115-127 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  8. P Hussian published a paper “Design and Computational Fluid Dynamic Analysis of Kaplan Turbine” in Vol.3, No.3, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.129-135 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  9. P Hussian published a paper “Design And Analysis Of Cylinder And Cylinder Head Of 6-Stroke Si Engine For Weight Reduction” in Vol.3, No.3, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.137-154 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  10. P Hussian published a paper “Design Optimization of a Heavy Vehicle Leaf Spring by the Materials E-Glassepoxy and Aluminum Reinforced with Boron Carbide” in Vol.3, No.3, and ISSN 2454-535 X, pp.156-172 in August 2017 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  11. P Hussian published a paper “Design and finite element analysis of Power Train” in Vol.3, No.4, and ISSN 2454-535 X, pp.1-10 November 2017 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  12. P Hussian published a paper “Finite Element Analysis Of Boiler Shell With Riveted Joints Using Catia And Ansys” in Vol.3, No.4, ISSN 2454-535X, pp.155-165 in November 2017 International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  13. P Hussian published a paper “Design and Finite Element Analysis of Multi-Layered Pressure Vessel” in Vol.3, No.4, ISSN 2454-535x, PP.94-102 November 2017 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  14. P Hussian published a paper “Element Analysis of Filament Wound Toroidal Pressure Vessel” in Vol.3, No.4, and ISSN 2454-535 X, pp.65-77 in November 2017 in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology.
  15. B V Amaranatha Reddy published a paper “Experimental Investigation And Mechanical Behavior Of Bi-Woven and Jute Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composite” ISSN: 2394-9333 December 15, 16 in 2017 in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development.
  16. J A Sandeep Kumar published a paper “Performance Analysis of Alternative Refrigents inside Capillary Tube of Refrigeration System” in SSN: 2348 – 8360 volume 4 Issue 12 December in 2017 SSRG International Journal of Mechanical Engineering.
  17. J A Sandeep Kumar Published on paper “Design and Parametric Weight Optimization of Four Wheeler Lower Control Arm” in ISSN (Online): 2319-8753 Vol. 6, Issue 6, June 2017 in International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology.
  18. M.Balatheja,G.Prabhakara rao,K.Hemachandra Reddy, “Metallurgical and Mechanical behavior of al 6061-T6 subjected to deep cryogenic Treatment” international journal of mechanical engineering and Technology (IJMET), IAEME Publications, ISSN:0976 – 6340 Volume 9, Issue 3, Mar 2018-(Scopus indexed).
  19. M.Balatheja,G.Prabhakara rao,K.Hemachandra Reddy, “Experimental Wear Behavior of Deep Cryogenically Treated Aluminum 6061-T6 Material” International Journal of AdvancedEngineering Research and Technology (IJAERT), ISSN: ISSN No.: 2348 – 8190 Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2018, pp167-171.-(Scopus indexed).
  20. M.Balatheja,G.Prabhakara rao,K.Hemachandra Reddy, “Effect of deep cryogenic treatment on the mechanical and micro structural properties of aluminum alloys” International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development, ISSN No.: 2348 – 4470 Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2018, pp312-317.(Thomson Reauters).
  21. M.Balatheja,G.Prabhakara rao,K.Hemachandra Reddy, “Influence on Mechanical Properties by Deep Cryogenic Treatment on Aluminium Alloy 6061-T6” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN No.: 2321 – 9653 Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2018, pp598-606.(Open Access and Web of Science).
  22. M.Balatheja,G.Prabhakararao,K.Hemachandra Reddy,“Mechanical Characterization of hardness andSurfaceroughnessfordeepcryotreated6061-T6Aluminum alloy” International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE),ISSN NO.:2321-2071,Volume 6 Issue 4,April 2018,pp497-503) (Scopus indexed).

Computer Labs

The department consists of fifteen laboratories and cad lab with internet facility of 15mbps bandwidth. The cad lab is a central facility and caters to the computational needs of staff and students of the entire department. These all labs are a constant hub of activity.
Department has all labs to enhance practical ability in various machines, engines and also CAD packages to the students. The following are the laboratories which were established.
  1. Engineering Workshop
  2. Material Science and Engineering lab
  3. Manufacturing Technology lab
  4. Thermal Engineering lab
  5. Heat Transfer lab
  6. Machine Tools lab
  7. Strength of Materials lab
  8. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machinery lab
  9. Instrumentation and Control Systems lab
  10. CAD lab
  11. CAM lab
  12. Metrology lab
  13. Fuels and Lubrications lab
  14. Machine dynamics lab
  15. Simulation lab

Lab Equipment Details

Technical laboratories Equipment Details click here


Lab Manuals

  1. DT & PI LAB MANUAL
  2. FM & HM Lab Manual
  3. M & M Lab Manual
  4. HT MANUAL
  5. MFT LAB MANUAL
  6. MSE Lab Manual
  7. R19 II BTech II Sem machine drawing
  8. CADCAM LAB MANUAL

NPTEL FACULTY PARTICULARS


SNO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE COURSE DATE SCORE (%) GRADE
1 B.V.AMARNATHA REDDY Principles Of Casting Technology JAN-MAR 2020 70 ELITE
2 JILLELA A SANDHIP KUMAR IC ENGINES & GAS TURBINES JAN-APR 2019 48 Successfully Completed

NPTEL STUDENT PARTICULARS


SNO NAME OF THE STUDENT NAME OF THE COURSE DATE SCORE (%) GRADE
1 P.SUNIL MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 71 ELITE
2 M.SURENDRA MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 64 ELITE
3 P.NAGARAJU NAIK MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 71 ELITE
4 N.PEDDA VENKATESWARLU MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 69 ELITE
5 VIDUDHALA JHANSI MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 60 ELITE
6 B.SATYA NARAYANA MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 65 ELITE
7 C.NAGENDRA MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 65 ELITE
8 M.IDRUS VALI MANUFACTURING OF COMPOSITES Aug-Oct 2019 75 ELITE+SILVER

Events


About Us

Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture Hodeverything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printernozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). The role of a mechanical engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. Mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems. Specialized mechanical engineering subjects include biomechanics, cartilage-tissue engineering, energy conversion, laser-assisted materials processing, combustion, MEMS, microfluidic devices, fracture mechanics, nanomechanics, mechanisms, micropower generation, tribology (friction and wear), and vibrations. Mechanical engineering is an incredibly broad field, and provides the engineer a number of different areas are Applied Mechanics, Fluids Engineering, Heat Transfer, Bioengineering, Tribology, Energy Conversion, Internal Combustion Engines, Fuels & Combustion Technologies, Energy Resources, Nuclear Engineering, Solar Engineering, etc.


  • Day 1: Dr. Prabhakar Sharma,Professor @ Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship

    Dr Prabhakar Sharma is a clean energy specialist working in the Biomass Gasification and IC Engine domain. At present he is associated with Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (Govt of Delhi).He has published more than 20 SCI/SCOPUS publication in reputed International Journals. He hasattended more than 10 International Conferences on clean energy. His research interests are Biomass gasification, alternative fuels, Artificial intelligence in energy systems, Machine Identical Tools, and CFD. He has been teaching Thermal Engineering, IC Engines and Non-conventional energy since last 10 years at various Government Organisations.


  • Day 2: Dr. M.Sowjanya, Professor @ CVR College of Engineering

    Dr.M.Sowjanya obtained her Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from JNTUH for her research work in ‘Planar Flow Melt Spinning Process’ a collaborative research between Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH) and DRDO (DMRL, Hyderabad). She developed 5 numerical Models to simulate the ‘Melt spinning’ process. She is the recipient of 'Excellent Paper Award' (ICMO, 2013 held at New Delhi), ‘Best Paper Award’ (TIME, 2016 held at Hyderabad), ‘Speaker of the Day Award’ (Therma Comp2018 held at IISc Bangalore) and ‘Best Paper Award’ (ICE3MT 2020 held at Hyderabad). She presented Invited Talks at an International Conference on Production and Design Engineering held at Berlin, Germany (2016).

  • Production of Amorphous Ribbons-CFD Analysis by Dr .Sowjanya M

  • Day 3: Himalaya Bir Shrestha, Climate analyst Climate and energy policy analyst.

    Himalaya’s work at Climate Analytics focuses on developing energy system models for countries and regions. For this purpose, he uses in-house modelling tools as well as contributes towards the development of spatiotemporal models using bottom-up and optimization approaches. He also contributes to projects related to energy system transformation via scenario analysis that involves analyzing climate policies, market dynamics, technological trends and socio-economic transition in-place.

  • Energy trends and decarbonisation by Mr.Himalaya Bir Shrestha

  • Day 4: Nabin paudel, Deputy Service Manager in Sipradi Trading pvt. Ltd.

    He has graduated in B.Tech., Mechanical Engineering from JNTU Anantapuramu in the year 2013. He obtained M.Tech degree in Thermal Engineering in the year 2015 from POKHARA UNIVERSITY, Nepal University and Industrial, research organization has got 6 years of experience in Deputy Service Manager in Sipradi Trading pvt. Ltd Nepal. He has five publications in international/ national journals /conferences.


  • Day 5 Mr.Shaik Abdul Kareem

    He has graduated in B.Tech., Mechanical Engineering from JNTU Anantapuramu in the year 2008. He obtained M.Tech degree in Thermal Engineering in the year 2014 from J.N.T.U University and he has got 10 years of experience in Teaching in Different countries like Oman, Koria,etc.. and Industrial, research organization has got 6 years of experience. He has four publications in international/ national journals /conferences. He is presently working as a Asst. Professor of Mechanical Engineering in University of technology and applied sciences Salalah, Oman. CFD simulation of heat exchangers, Powder Metallurgy, Machining processes are his areas of research Interest.


  • Day 6:Mr.Anudeep, Senior Engineer @ Renault Nissan

    He has graduated in B.Tech., Mechanical Engineering from JNTU Anantapuramu in the year 2013. He obtained M.Tech degree in Thermal Engineering in the year 2015 from POKHARA UNIVERSITY. Senior CAE engineer with seven years of industry experience in the Durability analysis of automotive components. Ability to apply CAE skills effectively to evaluate the performance of machine components and optimize their designs.


  • Proforma Event

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