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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is amongst the premier department of JECRC University started functioning from 2012. The department has got a team of highly qualified faculty members, many faculty members are holding Ph. Ds from the elite institutes, to teach and train the best minds of this country. The Department is equipped with the best of resources to ensure high quality education to the students. The state-of-the-art Laboratories, the well-balanced curriculum and the qualified faculty address the cognitive capacities as well as practical hands on workshop experience of students in fulfilling the needs of the industry.

The department actively assists local industries in product design, complex-part manufacturing and Computational Fluid Dynamics. The courses offered cater to the needs of Aerospace, Defense, Manufacturing, Energy and Automotive industries. This has enabled the students to pursue higher studies in leading Universities in India and abroad.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

  • B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering – 4 Years
  • M.Tech. CAD/CAM – 2 Years
  • M.Tech. Thermal Engineering – 2 Years
  • M.Tech. Production Engineering – 2 Years
  • M.Tech. Design Engineering – 2 Years
  • Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering

Faculty List

S.No.

Faculty Name

Qualifications

Designation

1

Dr. Pankaj Sharma

Ph.D

Professor & HOD

2

Dr. Shiv Ranjan Kumar

Ph.D

Associate Professor

3

Dr. Vikas Kumar

Ph.D

Associate Professor

4

Dr. Kanishk Sharma

Ph.D

Assistant Professor

5

Mr. YashPratap Aggrwal

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

6

Mr. Anubhav Kumar

Ph.D*

Assistant Professor

7

Mr. Mohit Kumar Wagdre

M. Tech

Assistant Professor

8

Mr. Ajay Singh

M. Tech

Assistant Professor

9

Mr. Jahangir Khan

M. Tech

Assistant Professor

10

Mr. Anand Prakash

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

11

Mr. Rohit Singh

Ph.D*

Assistant Professor

12

Mr. Kapender Phogat

Ph.D*

Assistant Professor

13

Mr. Gurpreet Singh

M Tech

Assistant Professor

14

Mr. Jitender kumar

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

15

Mr. Ladley Mohan

M.Tech

Associate Professor

PEO’s and PO’s

The Mechanical Engineering program at JECRC University is designed to prepare its graduates for continued learning and successful careers in industry, government, academia and consulting. The B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering is established benchmark in higher education and research to our graduates by outcome based quality education. Our alumni by their performance will show that they will achieve one or two parameters after three to five year of graduation. Following Program Educational Objectives are finalized after various brainstorming session. These are aligned to lead the mission of university and vision, mission of Mechanical Engineering Program.

PEO-1:  To train students with practical skills and experimental practices related to core and applied areas of mechanical engineering to expand their knowledge horizon beyond books.

PEO-2: To enable students to design, develop and maintain mechanical equipment which are useful for the society.

PEO-3: To improve team building, team working and leadership skills of the students with high regard for ethical values and social responsibilities.

PEO-4: To enable students to communicate effectively and demonstrate the knowledge of project management and independent research.

Program Outcome (PO’s)

A graduate of the Mechanical Engineering Program will demonstrate:
  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and mechanical engineering to the solution of engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review literature and analyze mechanical engineering problems to design, conduct experiments, analyze data and interpret data.
  3. Design /development of solutions: Design solution for mechanical engineering problems and design system component of processes that meet the desired needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal and the environmental considerations.
  4. 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 in mechanical engineering.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to mechanical 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 mechanical engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the mechanical engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the mechanical engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function affectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings in mechanical engineering.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering committee and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write affective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations in mechanical engineering.
  11. Project Management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge & understanding of the mechanical engineering principles 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 in mechanical engineering.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and the preparation and ability to engage in independent research and lifelong learning in the broadest contest of technological changes in mechanical engineering.

Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes – Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET

  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  • An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
  • An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  • An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  • An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
  • An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  • An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

LABORATORIES IN THE DEPARATMENT

S. No

Labs in Mechanical engineering Department

1

Advanced Production Lab

2

Automobile Lab

3

SOM Lab

4

HMT Lab

5

MMT/Primary Manufacturing Lab

6

IC Engine & RAC Lab

7

Engineering Mechanics Lab

8

Fluid Mechanics and Machines Lab

9

Auto CAD Lab

10

Mechanical Workshop

11

Engineering Graphics Lab

12

Machine Tool & Metrology Lab/Primary Manufacturing Lab

13

Mechanism & Machine Lab

14

Vibration Lab

15

 Fuel and lubricant lab

Advanced Production Lab

Automobile Engineering Lab

CAD Lab

Engineering Mechanics Lab

Fluid Machine Lab

Heat and Mass Transfer Lab

Production Engineering Lab

Strength of Material Lab

Annual Student Enrollment and Graduation Data

The following table contains the annual student enrolment and graduation information for B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering Programme):

Table D-1. Program Enrollment and Degree Data

Name of the Program : Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year Enrollment Year Total Undergrad Total Grad Degrees Awarded
 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Associates Bachelors Masters Doctorates
 2020-21  FT  0 28 51 71 NA 150    NA  87    
PT          NA          
 2019-20  FT 28 51 71 120 NA 270   NA 37    
 2018-19  FT 59 71 120 45 NA 295   NA 102    
 2017-18  FT 75 120 45 116 NA 356   NA 124    
 2016-17  FT 122 45 116 124 NA 407     78    

PUBLICATIONS

S.No.

Title of Paper

Name of the Author/s

Name of Journal

Year

Vol.(Issue):page(s)

ISBN/ISSN no.

1

Factors influencing mechanical and wear performance of dental composite: A review.

Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Amar Patnaik, I K Bhat.

Materials Science and Engineering Technology,

2019-2020

51:96–108

 Print ISSN 0933-5137, Online ISSN:1521-4052

2

Investigation of wear behaviour of nanoalumina and marble dust reinforced dental composites,

Anoj Meena, Harlal Singh Mali, Amar Patnaik, Shiv Ranjan Kumar. Amar Patnaik,

Science and Engineering of Composite Materials

2019-2020

26(1): 84–96.

Print ISSN: 0792-1233 Online ISSN: 2191-0359

3

 Static and dynamic mechanical behavior of microcapsule-reinforced dental composite. 

Sharma, A., Alam, S., Sharma, C., Patnaik, A., &Kumar, S. R.

Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications. 

2019-2020

233(6) 1184–1190. DOI: 10.1177/1464420717733770. (SCI).

Print ISSN: 1464-4207 Online ISSN: 2041-3076

4

A Jaya Algorithm for Discrete Optimization Problems, ,

Prem Singh, Himanshu Chaudhary,

Engineering Vibration, Communication and Information Processing

2019-2020

23, 197-203

ISBN 978-981-13-1642-5

5

Investigating influence of low fraction of polytetrafluoroethylene filler on mechanical and wear behavior of light-cured dental composite,

Sonal, Amar Patnaik, Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Manish Godara.

Material Research Express,

2019-2020

6, 085403, DOI 10.1088/205

ISSN, 20531591

6

Mechanical and thermo-mechanical characterization of Glass Ionomer filled dental composite.

Rahul Verma, S Azam, Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Amar Patnaik.

Polymer Composites,

2019-2020

DOI 10.1002/pc.25197.

Print ISSN
0925-9864
Online ISSN
1573-5109

7

Vibration analysis of functionally graded materials for cylinder liner used in agricultural engine part

Anand Prakash, Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Rahul Verma

Open Agriculture

2019-2020

4: 258–266

Online ISSN: 2391-9531

8

Elastic Bending Analysis of FGM Plate under Mechanical Loading,

Sharma, Mahima and Maheshwari, Aditya and Sharma, Kanishk,

SSRN:-Proceedings of International Conference on Advancements in Computing & Management (ICACM)

2019-2020

1: 954-962

9

Nonlinear Stability Analysis of An FGM Plate Under Non uniform In-plane loading.

Dinesh Kumar, KanishkSharma, Anil Gite,

Composites: Mechanics, Computations, Applications: An International Journal 

2019-2020

10.3

ISSN Print: 2152-2057

10

Nanocellulose mediated injectable bio-nanocomposite hydrogel scaffold-microstructure and rheological properties." 

Kapender Phogat, Sanchita Bandyopadhyay-Ghosh,

Cellulose 

2018-19

25(10): 5821-5830.

ISSN: 0969-0239

11

Effect of adding nanosilica particulate filler on the wear behavior of dental composite.

Sonal, Shiv ranjan Kumar, Amar Patnaik, A Meena, Manish Godara

Polym. Compos.

2018-19

39:321-331

Print ISSN
0925-9864
Online ISSN
1573-5109

12

Exergy analysis of hybrid nanofluids with optimum concentration in a plate heat exchanger

Vikas Kumar, A. K. Tiwari, and S. K. Ghosh,

Mater. Res. Express

2018-19

vol. 5, no. 6, p. 065022, Jun., doi: 10.1088/2053-1591/aac799.

ISSN, 20531591

13

Grey Relational Analysis of microcapsules and nanoalumina reinforced dental composite based on mechanical and wear performance.

Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Amar Patnaik, Akhil Sharma, SajidAlam, Chetan Sharma,

Journal of Bio- and Tribo-Corrosion

2018-19

4: 56

Print ISSN: 2198-4220 Online
ISSN: 2198-4239

14

Physico-mechanical characterization of Garnet and fly ash reinforced Al7075 hybrid composite

Shivam Mishra, Amar Patnaik, Shiv Ranjan Kumar

Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik,

2018-19

50: 731–741

 Print ISSN 0933-5137, Online ISSN:1521-4052

15

Comparative analysis of wear behavior of Garnet and fly ash reinforced Al7075 hybrid composite

Shivam Mishra, Amar Patnaik, Shiv Ranjan Kumar

Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik

2018-19

50:86–96.

 Print ISSN 0933-5137, Online ISSN:1521-4052

16

Effect of adding nanoalumina and marble dust powder on the physical, mechanical, and thermo-mechanical characterization of dental composite.

Meena, A. , Mali, H. S., Patnaik, A. and Kumar, S. R.

Polym. Compos.

2017-18

39:321-331

Print ISSN
0925-9864
Online ISSN
1573-5109

17

Optimum selection of nano-and microsized filler for the best combination of physical, mechanical, and wear properties of dental composites

Kumar, S.R., Patnaik, A., Bhat, I.K. and Singh, T.

Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications

2017- 2018

 232(5):416-428

Print ISSN
1464-4207
Online ISSN
2041-3076

18

 The in vitro wear behavior of nanozirconia-filled dental composite in food slurry condition.

Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Amar Patnaik, IK Bhat

 Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology

2017-18

231(1): 23-40.

Print ISSN: 1350-6501 ; Online ISSN:2041-305X

19

Comparative investigation of physical, mechanical and thermomechanical characterization of dental composite filled with nanohydroxyapatite and mineral trioxide aggregate. 

AnojMeena, Harlal Mali, Amar Patnaik, Shiv Ranjan Kumar

E-Polymers

2017-18

17(4):311-319.

 Print ISSN:
2197-4586
Online ISSN:
1618-7229

20

 Wear behaviour of light-cured dental composite reinforced with Silane treated nanosilica filler.

Shiv Ranjan Kumar, Amar Patnaik, IK Bhat

Polymers for advanced Technologies,

2017-2018

29 (5): 1394-1403

Print ISSN: 1042-7147 ;Online
ISSN: 1099-1581

21

 Elastoplastic analysis of FGM plate with a central cutout of various shapes under thermomechanical loading.

Sharma, K.,& Kumar, D.

Journal of Thermal Stresses

2017-18

40(11), 1417-1441

Print ISSN: 0149-5739 Online ISSN: 1521-074X

22

Nonlinear stability analysis of a perforated FGM plate under thermal load. 

Sharma, K.,& Kumar, D.

Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures

2017-18

 25(2), 100-114.

Print ISSN: 1537-6494 Online ISSN: 1537-6532

23

Elastoplastic stability and failure analysis of FGM plate with temperature dependent material properties under thermomechanical loading.

Sharma, K.,& Kumar, D.

Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures

2017-18

14(7), 1361-1386.

Print ISSN: 1679-7817 Online ISSN: 1679-7825

Funded Projects

Details of sponsored R&D projects

Title

Principal Investigator

Sponsor

Duration (Years)

Year of Sanction

Grant Amount in RS

Status

Investigation of wear behavior of dental composite in acidic and food slurry medium

PI: Dr. Shiv Ranjan Kumar

CO PI: Dr. MMS Sodhi

DST Rajasthan, Govt. of Rajasthan

3.00

2018

330000.00

Ongoing

Internal seed grant money on “Simulation and Computational analysis”

PI: Dr. Shiv Ranjan Kumar

JECRC University

3.00

2016

738000.00

Completed