Mechanical engineering department have good & knowledgeable facilities and technical staff that have ability to share good knowledge to students about mechanical engineering ,having very good infrastructure and labs which occupied with good practical models and machineries which is very helpful for students to understand the practical application of engineering .
Shri Ram Institute of Technology offers bachelor of technology in Mechanical Engineering. We had a team of highly qualified, experienced, matured and dedicated faculty members who are committed to carve a name in the top echelons of the academic & professional world.
The Department has laboratory and workshop facilities with state-of-the-art equipment to carry out research in all areas related to Mechanical Engineering.
Our objective is not to merely produce professionals capable to serve their own needs but Endeavor to serve the society with great concern for human values.
I wish success to all students in your endeavor to join us on the journey of quality education & to have a great learning experience with my excellent, loving & caring team.
To acquire academic excellence in mechanical engineering education and research, keeping dynamic equilibrium with its professional, social, ethical and economic environment in global perspective.
M1 Prepare distinctive quality students in mechanical engineering who are able to apply the acquired knowledge successfully with engineering professional ethics and disseminating its research findings to serve society.
M2 To convert students into mechanical professionals and entrepreneurs by communicating creativity and moral values.
M3 To encourage students to learn about emerging technologies in order to continue higher education and lifelong learning.
- Engineering Knowledge : Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
- Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
- Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
To be able to apply the acquired technical knowledge to engineering problems professionally and ethically using modern tools and methods.
To be able to communicate effectively while working in a team with multi disciplinary approach to investigate and analyze engineering problems and design and develop solution for the same.
To develop lifelong ability to relate engineering issues to broader social and ecological context.
FLUID MACHANICH LAB APPARATUS
HYDRAULIC RAM APPARATUS
FORCED VORTEX FLOW
IMPACT OF JET ON VANES APPARATUS
LOSS IN PIPE FITTING APPARATUS
NOTCH TANK APPARATUS
VENTURI METER AND ORIFICE METER APPARATUS
PITOT TUBE APPARATUS
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP APPARATUS
PIPE FRICTION APPARATUS
ORIFICE MOUTHPIECE TANK APPARATUS
ICE PALNT TRAINER
REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING EXPERIMENTATION BENCH
GENERAL CYCLE REFRIGERATION TRAINER
AIR AND WATER HEAT PUMP TRAINER
HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LAB APPARATUS
a) THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METAL ROD APPARATUS
b) THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF LIQUID APPARATUS
c) DROP AND FILM CONDENSATION APPARATUS
a) HEAT TRANSFER IN NATURAL CONVECTION APPARATUS
b) STEFAN VOLTZMAN APPARATUS
a) THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF INSULATING POWDER APPARATUS
b) THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SOLID (GAURDED HOT PLATE) APPARATUS
c) HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH COMPOSITE WALL APPARATUS
PARALLEL FLOW AND COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGER
a) HEAT TRANSFER IN PIN -FIN APPARATUS
b) EMMISIVITY MEASURMENT APPARATUS
a) HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH LAGGED PIPE APPARATUS
b) HEAT TRANSFER IN FORCED CONVECTION APPARATUS
SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER
IC ENGINE LAB APPARATUS
FOUR STROKE FOUR CYLINDER PETROL ENGINE
FOUR STROKE SINGLE CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE
TWO STROKE SINGLE CYLINDER PETROL ENGINE
TWO STAGE RECIPROCATING AIR COMPRESSOR TEST RING
|S. N.||Name||University Degree||Area of Specialization||Current Designation||Initial Date of Joining|
|1||Gouraw Beohar||M.E/M.Tech||Production Engineering||Assistant Professor||6/1/2009|
|2||Piyush Upadhayay||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||1/20/2015|
|3||Pooja Tiwari||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||8/23/2004|
|4||Mohnish Khare||M.E/M.Tech||Energy||Assistant Professor||10/12/2011|
|5||Pankaj Pathak||M.E/M.Tech||Machine||Assistant Professor||8/9/2018|
|6||Prateek Yadav||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||9/5/2016|
|7||Arun Kumar Malviya||M.E/M.Tech||Assistant Professor||9/5/2016|
|8||Shubham Khare||M.E/M.Tech||Assistant Professor||6/17/2013|
|9||Ankesh Soni||M.E/M.Tech||Industrial & Manag.||Assistant Professor||8/17/2015|
|10||Varun Brijpuriya||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||3/3/2014|
|11||Anand Deo Singhal||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||3/20/2015|
|12||Anshul Jain||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||8/9/2010|
|13||Prateek Armakar||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||5/9/2016|
|14||Prashant Sharma||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||3/20/2015|
|15||Bhaskar Vishwakarma||M.E/M.Tech||Manufacturing||Assistant Professor||9/1/2016|
|16||Veerendra Singh Thakur||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||7/1/2010|
|17||Vikrant Pathak||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||2/3/2014|
|18||Mohit Sanodiya||M.E/M.Tech||Thermal Engineering||Assistant Professor||7/7/2014|
|19||Aawesh kumar Jain||M.E/M.Tech||Heat Power Engineering||Assistant Professor||1/2/2019|
|20||Aishwarya Agarwal||M.E/M.Tech||Production Enginering||Assistant Professor||8/14/2015|
|21||Avmastu Dixit||M.E/M.Tech||Heat Power Engineering||Assistant Professor||10/17/2018|
|22||Rohit Sahu||M.E/M.Tech||Assistant Professor||8/8/2011|
|23||Prabhmeet Singh||M.E/M.Tech||Heat Power Engineering||Assistant Professor||9/1/2018|
|24||K K JAIN||M.E/M.Tech||Heat Power Engineering||Assistant Professor||7/8/2006|
|25||Anshul choudhary||M.E/M.Tech||Machine Design||Assistant Professor||1/6/2012|
|26||Nivedita Singh||M.E/M.Tech||Heat Power Engineering||Assistant Professor||9/11/2018|
|27||Sudarshan Patel||M.E/M.Tech||Heat Power Engineering||Assistant Professor||4/4/2009|
|28||Dr Kashi raja Rao||ME/M.Tech ,PhD||Mech. Engg.||Assistant Professor||5/2/2022|
|29||Dr Vivek Nema||ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Associate Professor||9/9/2021|
|30||Dr Surendra Singh Thakur||ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Associate Professor||3/1/2022|
|31||Dr Atul Pandey||ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Associate Professor||3/2/2020|
|32||Dr M R
|ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Associate Professor||9/12/2011|
|33||Dr Rajiv Ranjan||ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Associate Professor||12/2/2019|
|34||Dr Shailesh Gupta||ME/M. Tech, PhD||Mech. Engg.||Professor||1/2/2020|
|35||Dr L K Patel||ME/M. Tech,PhD||Thermal Engineering||Professor||11/1/2007|
|36||Dr Biplab Paul||ME/M. Tech,PhD||Energy||Professor||12/12/2011|
|37||Dr Loorduswami Paul||ME/M. Tech ,PhD||Energy||Professor||10/30/2010|
|38||Dr R K Dave||ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Professor||1/6/2009|
|39||Dr Sameer Vaidya||ME/M. Tech and PhD||Mech. Engg.||Professor||1/1/2018|
|40||Dr Somendu kumar Biswal||ME/M. Tech,PhD||Mech. Engg.||Professor||12/2/2019|
|41||Dr M Ganesh Babu||ME/M. Tech,PhD||Mech. Engg.||Professor||5/1/2019|
|42||Dr Srinivasa Murthy||ME/M. Tech,PhD||Mech. Engg.||Professor||5/1/2018|