Mechanical Engineering

Overview

Vision & Mission

Vision To excel by adapting to rapidly changing technical diversity of Mechanical Engineering, to produce highly competent engineers for industry and society.
Mission The mission elements of Mechanical Engineering Department are:
M-1. To nurture professionally competent mechanical engineers by providing comprehensive knowledge of principles of engineering in relevant field.
M-2. Developing analytical and research abilities with a multi-disciplinary approach, encouraging culture of continuous learning through adoption of new technologies to solve complex problems.
M-3. To create professionals committed to professional ethics with good leadership, team spirit and communication skills, and high moral responsibilities towards society.

The department was started in 1999 with an intake of 60 students. The department intake has been increased to 120 students from session 2006-07. With a competent qualified faculty, Mechanical Engineering education at JMIT Radaur is more than classroom lectures. Laboratory experiments are conducted in well-maintained laboratories. The faculty members give the students a hands-on approach in the use of engineering principles and the opportunity to develop creative approaches to problems. The Mechanical Engineering student with a desire to learn will develop and expand his or her knowledge and skills in the areas of engineering sciences, testing techniques, material properties, analysis and evaluation along with communication. The available equipments, excellence in instruction and an emphasis on quality of education in Mechanical Engineering combined together to prepare the students to step into positions of responsibility at the leading edge of today’s technology.

Our students from preceding batch cleared National level competitions including GATE, GRE and pursuing M. Tech. from reputed institutions such as IITs, NITs, Thapar Univ., Patiala, PEC Chandigarh, DEC Delhi. Besides, students are employed in industries viz. Mahindra & Mahindra, TCS,Tech Mahindra, QH Talbros, ISGEC, FORD etc.

Infrastructure

Lab Manuals

DOM Lab V Sem

Fluid Machines Lab V Sem

Fluid Mechanics Lab IV Sem

HT Lab VI Sem

IC Engines GT Lab V Sem

CAD Lab III Sem

KOM LAB IV Sem

MI Lab VI Sem

RAC Lab VII Sem

SOM-I Lab IV Sem

Center of Excellence for Robotics

“Center of Excellence for Robotics Initiative at JMIT College, Yamunanagar. A joint effort of JMIT & JMIETI”

CER provides rigorous training and workshop in the field of robotics to students with focus on innovations.

Kinematics/ Dynamics of Machine Lab

Major Equipment
Cam Analysis
Motorized Gyroscope
Corolli’s Component of acceleration
Static Dynamic Balance
Epicyclic gear train
Whirling of shaft
Journal Bearing
Vibrational Apparatus
Universal Governor

Hydraullic Machine Lab

Major Equipment
Gear Pump Testing Rig
Pelton Turbine
Francis Turbine
Hydraulic Ram
Kaplan Turbine

Refrigeration and Air conditioning Lab

Major Equipment
Air Conditioner Trainer
Refrigerator Trainer
Water Cooler Trainer
Cooling Tower Test Rig
Room A/C On Display Board
Various Component of Refrigeration
ICE Plant Tutor
Mini cold Storage Tutor

Mechanical Workshop

Major Equipment
TIG Welding
Spot Welding
MIG Welding
Lathe M/C (10 No.)
Shaper M/C (2 No.)
Band Power Hacksaw
Surface Grinder
Milling Machine
Seave Shaker
Sand Mixer
Permeability Meter
Wood Turning Machine (2 No.)
Universal Strength Machine
Oil Fire Furnance

Production Technology Lab

Major Equipment
Lathe & Milling Tool Dynamometer
Tool & Cutter Grinder
Capstan Lathe
CNC Lathe Trainer
Gear Hobbing M/C
CNC Milling Trainer

Thermal Machine Lab

Major Equipment
Single Cylinder/ Four Stroke Diesel Engine
Single Cylinder/ Two Stroke Petrol Engine
Two Stage Air Compressor
Air Blower
Four Cylinder/Four Stroke petrol Engine

Strength of Material Lab

Major Equipment
Universal Testing Machine
Rockwell Hardness Tester
Pendulum Testing M/C
Brinell Hardness Tester
Fatigue Testing Machine
Erichsion Cupping
Torsion Testing Machine
Vicker’s Hardness Tester

Fluid Mechanics Lab

Major Equipment
Venturi Meter App.
Loses in Pipe & Fitting App.
Notch Apparatus
Orifice/ Notch Apparatus
Bernoullis Theorem App.
Impact Jet Apparatus
Meta Centric Height Apparatus

CAD/CAM Lab

Major Equipment
HP Laser printer
Computer (49 Nos.)
Auto desk Inventors
UPS (2 Nos.)
Pro Engineer
Pro Engineer wild Fire

Measurement Lab

Major Equipment
Strain measurement Tutor
Displacement Measurement Tutor (2 No.)
Inductive Measurement Tutor
Light Measurement Tutor
Torque Measurement Tutor
Pressure Measurement Tutor
Load Measurement Tutor
Digital Instrument Tutor

Thermodynamics Lab

Major Equipment
Babcock & Wilcox Boiler Model
Cochren Boiler Model
Locomotive Boiler Model
Lanchashre Boiler Model
Nestles Boiler Model
2 & 4 Stroke Petrol & Diesel Engine (4 Nos)
Steam Engine Factory Model
Green Super Heater Model
Green Economizer Model
Flash Fire Point Apparatus
Red Wood Visco Meter
Compressor
S.No. Room No. Size
1 101 (Workshop) 87 x 29.6
2 102 (Lab) 38.6 x 29.6
3 103 (Lab) 38.6 x 29.6
4 104 (Lab) 38.6 x 23
5 105 (Lab) 38.6 x 23
6 106 (Lab) 38.6 x 23
7 107 (Lecture Hall) 38.6 x 23
8 108 (Lab) 35 x 23
9 109 (Lab) 35 x 23
10 200 (Lab) 48.6 x 23
11 202 (Lab) 29.6 x 23
12 203 (Drawing Hall) 38.6 x 23
13 204 (Drawing Hall) 38.6 x 23
14 205 (Lect. Hall) 38.6 x 23
15 209 (Lect. Hall) 35x 23
16 210(Lect. Hall) 38.6 x 23
17 Staff Rooms (8 nos. ) 13.6x 12.6(each)
18 Staff Room 23 x 9

Faculty

S. No. Name of The Teaching Faculty Designation Qualification
UG/PG Doctorate University Ids
1 Mr. Amit Kumar Asst. Prof. & HoD (Offg.) M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000238
2 Mr Harsh Harit Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000512
3 Mr Pankaj Sharma Asst. Prof. M.Tech B.Tech/000399
4 Mr Dimple Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech B.Tech/000239
5 Mr Rajneesh Chaudhary Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000396
6 Mr Pradeep Rana Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000401
7 Mr Nitin Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech B.Tech/000398
8 Mr Gagandeep Chawla Asst. Prof. M.Tech B.Tech/000021
9 Mr Deepak Gaur Asst. Prof. M.Tech B.Tech/000404
10 Mr Umesh Gera Asst. Prof. M.Tech
11 Mr Narinder Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech
12 Mr Raman Sharma Asst. Prof. M.Tech
13 Mr Neeraj Kamboj Asst. Prof. M.Tech
14 Mr Durga Charan Asst. Prof. M.Tech
15 Mr Virender Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech
16 Mr Manoj Kumar Gupta Asst. Prof. M.Tech
17 Mr Neeraj Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech
18 Mr Jasvinder Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech
19 Mr Kuldeep Singh Asst. Prof. M.Tech

Activities

Industrial Visit

Mechanical Engg. department organized an Industrial Visit to Unique Energos (Adwin Batteries) on August 08, 2018.
Faculty menbers Er deepak Gaur and Er Raman Sharma accompanied the students.

Fusion 5 Workshop

Gear Hawks club of Department of Mechanical Engg. organized an Fusion – 5 Workshop at SJPP, Damla on April 17, 2018.

Fusion 5 Workshop

Gear Hawks club of Department of Mechanical Engg. organized an Fusion – 5 Workshop at SJPP, Damla on April 17, 2018.

Gear Hawks Club

Students of Gear Hawks Club have repaired the following engines which were lying dead in the Institute since long under the mentorship of HOD, Mr. Gauarv Sharma & Mr. Raman Sharma, AP ME.

i) Petter Engine (Single cylinder diesel engine)- Project Vibranium
ii) Petter Engine (Single cylinder diesel engine)- Project Krypton
iii) Diesel Engine (Rope Brake dynamometer test rig) – at SJPP Damla

We highly appreciate the efforts of our above mentioned students and congratulate them.

Time Table

Class Wise Time Table Even Sem 2016-17

Teacher Wise Time Table Even Sem 2016-17

Syllabus

1st & 2nd Sem Syllabus

3rd & 4th Sem Syllabus

5th Sem Syllabus

6th Sem Syllabus

7th Sem Syllabus

8th Sem Syllabus

M.Tech Syllabus

PEO PO and PSO

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1 To prepare the students with good understanding of the subjects of Mechanical engineering with design, analytical and problem solving skills.
PEO2 To prepare the students to use subject knowledge along with modern IT tools to formulate, solve and analyse engineering problems giving due consideration to their impact on socioeconomic, health, culture and environment.
PEO3 To inculcate in students the sense of ethics, professionalism, creativity, independent thinking, self-confidence and good communication skills through personality development programs and extra-curricular activities.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSOs)

PSO1 Provide ability to formulate, analyse and evaluate mechanical systems or processes by implementing learned principle of Mechanical engineering.
PSO2 To prepare professionals with ability to adapt to a rapidly changing scenario through learning and applications of new skills and technologies.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

After completion of the course, B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering graduates will have ability:

PO1 To apply the laws of science, mathematics, engineering & Mechanical engineering to solve engineering problems.
PO2 To identify, formulate and analyse the complex engineering problems by the application of principles of science, mathematics and engineering.
PO3 To design a computing system and processes to meet the specified needs of problem solution.
PO4 To use research methods to analyse, generate and interpret the data obtained from computing system developed, to find a valid solutions of the problems.
PO5 Ability to select and utilize modern IT tools, techniques for modelling and analysis of complex engineering activities.
PO6 Will be able to assess socioeconomic, health, safety and cultural issues in context to obtained engineering knowledge, and relevant engineering responsibilities.
PO7 Will understand the need of sustainable development by realizing the impact of engineering practices in context to societal and environmental issues.
PO8 Work as professional mechanical engineers with commitment towards social, ethical & professional responsibilities.
PO9 Work in multidisciplinary areas with efficient functioning, management and leadership qualities as an individual, team member or leader.
PO10 Ability of effective communication with engineering professionals as well as society through oral and written modes.
PO11 Apply tools and techniques of project management to plan, manage and complete the projects.
PO12 Recognize the need of technological changes and adapting the change as lifelong learning process.

CO and LessonPlan

Course Outcomes:

CO-1st Year ME
CO-2nd Year ME
CO-3rd Year ME
CO-4th Year ME

Lesson Plan:

ME 3rd Sem Lecture Plan
ME 5th Sem Lecture Plan
ME 7th Sem Lecture Plan