Department of Mechanical Engineering

Message from HoD

It gives me immense pleasure to write about the IPEC group of institutions. In an era of globalization, the fierce competition compels to live up to the international standards of education. We adhere to the global parameters of education and inculcate the core competencies in our Engineering, Management, and Computer Application students with full zest and passion. The objectives of imparting professional education combined with fostering innovative thinking, application of knowledge, inculcating professional ethics and consciousness to social responsibilities are being met at IPEC Group of Institutions in a holistic manner. With an aim to remain quality conscious, efficient and responsive to today’s rapidly changing economic and technological developments, IPEC Group has taken up the challenge not only to give technical and corporate training to the students, but also make them self-confident, better human beings endowed with leadership qualities.

I am sure that the new entrants are in safer hands when they opt for IPEC Group. I wish every student all the very best in his/her quest for excellence.

Dr. Himanshu Rai
( Ph.D)
Vision
To facilitate empowerment of students though appropriate knowledge and skills to become Employable Engineers in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

Mission

    M1.To deliver Mechanical Engineering Graduates who are employable and/or leading to research with focus on emerging technologies as per university curriculum.

    M2.Shaping students to be innovative and entrepreneurial.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)click here to see >>

    PEO1.The graduating students from Mechanical Engineering should have a comprehensive background of physical sciences, mathematics and foundations of Mechanical Engineering to be able to solve application level problems related to core Mechanical Engineering and interdisciplinary areas.

    PEO2.The graduating students from Mechanical Engineering needs to develop expertise and acumen in core areas like Mechanical design, thermal engineering, materials and manufacturing science to a satisfaction of employers.

    PEO3.The program orients its graduating students towards contemporary areas of socio-technological issues like energy crisis, pollution, formal practices of human resources and industrial relations in order to achieve the professional development of the student either by work experience or by postgraduate studies or by interdisciplinary research.

Program Outcomes (POs)click here to see >>

    PO1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to Mechanical Engineering.

    PO2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

    PO3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health & safety, manufacturability, sustainability.

    PO4. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

    PO5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

    PO6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility of a Mechanical Engineer.

    PO7. An ability to communicate effectively.

    PO8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

    PO9. An inclination towards lifelong learning required for Mechanical Engineer.

    PO10. A knowledge of contemporary issues.

    PO11. A bend towards research with usage of the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

    PO12. Demonstrate knowledge & understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply to one’s own work, as a member & leader in a team, to manage projects.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)click here to see >>

    PSO1. Perform in design sector by using the knowledge of Strengths of Materials, Machine Design, and Theory of Machines, etc.

    PSO2. Apply the fundamentals of Applied Thermodynamics, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Heat and Mass Transfer etc. in Power and Energy sector.

    PSO3. Understand the application of Material Science, Manufacturing Science, and Computer Aided Manufacturing etc. In Manufacturing Field.

    PSO4. Develop their management skills by grasping the knowledge of Industrial Psychology, Engineering Economics, Industrial Management, Operations Research and Entrepreneurship Development.

Infrastructure Facilitiesclick here to see >>
  • Apart from College Central Library, Mechanical Department has well developed Departmental Library.
  • Department has well equipped Class Rooms and Seminar hall for e-learning facility.
  • Department has various societies/clubs for the students and seminars on Contemporary topics are held regularly.
Department Labsclick here to see >>
    FLUID MECHANICS LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Ms. Niharika Bhadouria
      Course Objectives:
      • It is expected that the students will gain a fundamental physical and mathematical understanding of this topic rather than memorizing the equations and situations.
      • At the end of this course the students should have the knowledge of various gauge pressures.
      • The objective of this course is to correlate their theoretical knowledge with practical problems.
      • The student should know to determine pressure and flow measurement through various devices like pitote tube, orificemeter, venturimeter etc.
      • Students should be able to calculate the head loss in pipe flow.
      Course Outcomes:
      • The student will have the knowledge of determining velocity and discharge which they could apply in practical field of any discipline of engineering.
      • Students will have the knowledge of methods for computing head losses and flows in simple pipes and channels.
      • This course will provide the basis for subsequent courses involving the analysis, design and/or operation of engineered systems: water and waste water treatment facilities; flooding, erosion and wave impacts on river, lake and coastal areas; transport and mixing of chemicals and sediments; and earth and solid structures for containing fluids.
      List of Experiments:
      • To verify the momentum equation using the experimental set-up on impact of jet.
      • To determine the coefficient of discharge of an orifice of a given shape. Also to determine the coefficient of velocity and the coefficient of contraction of the orifice mouth piece.
      • To calibrate an orifice meter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number.
      • To calibrate a Venturimeter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number.
      • To calibrate a bend meter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number.
      • To draw a flow-net using Electrical Analogy Method.
      • To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower critical Reynolds number.
      • To study the velocity distribution in a pipe and also to compute the discharge by integrating the velocity profile.
      • To study the variation of friction factor, ‘f’ for turbulent flow in commercial pipes.
      • To determine Meta-centric height of a given ship model.
      • To determine the head loss for a sudden enlargement
      • To determine the head loss for a sudden Contraction.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Apparatus for determination of losses in pipe and fittings.
      • Orifice meter Apparatus.
      • Laminar and Turbulent flow in pipe, study Apparatus.
      • Calibration of orifice meter mouth piece Apparatus.
      • Calibration of Bend meter Apparatus.
      • Darcy Law Apparatus.
      • Electric Analogy Apparatus.
      • Impact of Jet Apparatus.
      • Metacentric Height Apparatus
      • Pipe Friction Apparatus
      • Surface Tension Apparatus.
      • Calibration of Venturimeter Apparatus.
    MATERIAL SCIENCE & TESTING LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Arpit Rastogi
      Course Objectives:
      • Provide the student hands-on experiences in materials science through laboratory experiments that explore the properties and structure of materials and the interplay between processing and performance.
      • To develop students' experience a wide range of materials phenomena
      • To develop the students' knowledge of techniques of micro structural analysis of ferrous metals.
      • Development of basic analysis skills across a broad core of materials science applications
      Course Outcomes:
      • Hands-on knowledge and experience in the measurement of various material properties.
      • Tools for the analysis and interpretation of data .
      • Tensile Stress-Strain Relations: To measure the tensile properties of several engineering materials. To investigate the relationship between strength, ductility, and fracture surface appearance in materials with a range of mechanical behaviours.
      • Impact and Fracture Toughness Testing: To measure and compare the impact toughness of several different materials. To become familiar with the standard toughness measuring tests. To investigate the ductile/brittle transition in engineering materials.
      • Micro structural Analysis: To investigate age-hardening in aluminium alloy. To relate the micro structural changes with the aging curve.
      • Tensile Creep: To observe various stages of creep in metals at different temperatures.
      List of Experiments:
      In this lab Experiments on Material Science and Experiments on Material Testing are to be conducted as given below:
        Experiments on Material Science (at least 5 of the following):
      • Preparation of a plastic mould for small metallic specimen.
      • Preparation of specimen for micro structural examination-cutting, grinding, polishing, etching.
      • Determination of grain size for a given specimen.
      • Comparative study of microstructures of different specimens of different materials (mild steel, gray C.I., brass, copper etc.)
      • Experiments on heat treatment such as annealing, normalizing, quenching, case hardening and comparison of hardness before and after heat treatment.
      • Material identification of, say, 50 common items kept in a box.
      • Experiment on Faraday’s law of electrolysis.
      • Study of corrosion and its effects.
      • Study of microstructure of welded component and HAZ. Macro & micro examination of the welded specimen.
      • Study of Magnetic/ Electrical/Electronic materials.
        Experiments on Material Testing (at least 5 of the following):
      • Strength test of a given mild steel specimen on UTM with full details and stress versus strain plot on the machine.
      • Other tests such as shear, bend tests on UTM.
      • Impact test on impact testing machine like Charpy, Izod or both.
      • Hardness test of given specimen using Rockwell and Vickers/Brinell testing machines.
      • Spring index test on spring testing machine.
      • Fatigue test on fatigue testing machine.
      • Creep test on creep testing machine.
      • Experiment on deflection of beam, comparison of actual measurement of deflection with dial gauge to the calculated one, and or evaluation of young’s modulus of beam.
      • Torsion test of a rod using torsion testing machine.
      • Study of NDT (non-destructive testing) methods like magnetic flaw detector, ultrasonic flaw detector, eddy current testing machine, dye penetrant tests.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Deflection of Beam Apparatus.
      • Fatigue testing machine.
      • Spring testing machine.
      • Binocular Microscope.
      • Muffle Furnace
      • Trinocular Microsope.
      • Belt Polisher.
      • Double disc polishing machine.
      • Jomney & Quench apparatus.
      • Cut-off-machine.
      • Specimen mounting press.
      • Torsion Testing machine.
      • Hardness testing machine.
      • Digital /Non-digital Universal testing Machine.
    THERMODYNAMICS LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. D. K. Gupta
      Course Objectives:
      • To teach students the basic construction of boilers, steam engines, I. C. engines. Steam turbines and gas turbine.
      • To teach the use of thermodynamics in engineering practice and to make the students aware of its impact on engineering solution.
      • To demonstrate the application of thermodynamics principle in various engineering applications like energy conversation, refrigeration and combustion system.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Practical application of basic concepts of thermodynamics.
      • Physically analyze and solve different thermal problems.
      • The student understands basic process of boiler, steam engine, I.C. engine, steam turbine and Gas turbine.
      • Students are able to compare theoretical parameters with practical.
      List of Experiments:
      • Study of Fire Tube boiler
      • Study of Water Tube boiler
      • Study and working of two stroke petrol Engine
      • Study and working of four stroke petrol Engine
      • Study and working of two stroke Diesel Engine
      • Study and working of four stroke Diesel Engine.
      • Study of Velocity compounded steam turbine
      • Study of Pressure compounded steam turbine
      • Study of Impulse & Reaction turbine
      • Study of steam Engine model.
      • Study of Gas Turbine Model
      List of all Equipment:
      • Lancashire boiler model
      • Locomotive boiler model
      • Babcock Wilcox boiler model
      • Steam Engine model
      • Four stroke petrol engine model
      • Four stroke Diesel engine model
      • Two stroke petrol engine model
      • Two stroke Diesel engine model
      • Steam turbine model
      • Pressure and velocity compound Steam turbine model
    MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY-I LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Lalit Kumar
      Course Objectives:
      • The course highlights the importance of manufacturing processes.
      • Student learns metal forming properties and techniques like forging, rolling,
      • extrusion, drawing etc.
      • Student learn about various sands and sand testing methods.
      • Sheet metal working is well understood and various machines and techniques
      • involved in sheet metal processing are taught.
      • Complete information from basics to advanced casting is dealt in along with processes and types and materials.
      • Student learn about pattern making, moulding, casting and about various allowances.
      • Special Manufacturing techniques like power metallurgy, Plastics technology, Unconventional metal forming are also explained.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Student is able to classify among various manufacturing techniques which particular technique is best suited for production of any engineering component.
      • Students able to identify various sand used in casting and able to find out grain size etc.
      • Can analyses processing parameters and conditions required for any material.
      • Can select among various manufacturing technique and also material best suited for a specific engineering application.
      • Students able make pattern and casting with proper allowances.
      • Real world feel of developing a finished product.
      • Learned how to use various hand tools and well as few machine used in manufacturing.
      List of Experiments:
      • Pattern making with proper allowance.
      • Making a mould (with core) and casting.
      • Sand testing methods (at least one, such as grain fineness number determination)
      • Injection moulding with plastics
      • Forging - hand forging processes
      • Forging - power hammer study & operation
      • Tube bending with the use of sand and on tube bending m/c.
      • Press work experiment such as blanking/piercing, washer, making etc.
      • Wire drawing/extrusion on soft material.
      • Rolling-experiment.
      • Bending & spring back.
      • Powder metallurgy experiment.
      • Jigs & Fixture experiment.
      • Any other suitable experiment on manufacturing science / process / technique
      List of all Equipment:
      • Power Hammer
      • Metal Sheet Molding Machine
      • Metal Sheet Cutter
      • Blanking Press
      • Injection Molding Machine
      • Pipe/Tube Bending Machine
      • Sand Muller
      • Physical Balance
      • Cupola Furnace
      • Hot plate
      • Press Bending Machine
      • Permeability Tester
      • Rapid Moisture Tester
      • Sand Rammer with Base Block
      • Sieve Shaker with Sieves
      • Universal Strength Measurement
    MEASUREMENT & METROLOGY LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Manoj Yadav
      Course Objectives:
      • Student should learn the science of measurement.
      • Student should identify basic instruments of measurement and metrology.
      • Student should learn the importance of precise and accurate measurement.
      • Student should learn how to make an engineering document.
      • Student should understand the requirements of measurement, units of measurement and methods of measurement.
      • Student should use his/her knowledge in applied, technical and industrial field.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Students learn and understand the need and development of new concepts with measurement and metrology.
      • The students get the knowledge of calibration of the process where metrology is applied to measurement equipment and processes to ensure conformity with a known standard of measurement, usually traceable to a national standards board.
      • Students are able to recognize the concepts of errors, uncertainty of individual measurements, and attempts to validate each measurement made with a given instrument, and the data obtained from it.
      • Students will have the capability to apply the skills in measuring force, torque, strain, pressure and temperature.
      • Students are able to understand the principles of metrology and measurements, methods of measurement and its application in manufacturing industries.
      • Students are able to analyze the uncertainty of individual measurements, and attempts to validate each measurement made with a given instrument, and the data obtained from it.
      List of Experiments:
      • Study and working of simple measuring instrument like vernier caliper, micrometer and tachometer.
      • Measurement of angle using Sine bar & Slip gauges.
      • To study the limit gauges.
      • Study and angular measurement using bevel protector.
      • To adjust spark plug gap using feeler gauge.
      • To study the Dial indicator and its constructional details.
      • Use of dial indicator to check a shape run.
      • Study and understanding of limit, fits and tolerances.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Profile projector
      • Dial Indicator
      • Surface Plate
      • Vernier Caliper
      • Micrometers (Inside & Outside)
      • Tachometer
      • Sprit level
      • Bevel Protractor
      • Limit Gauges
      • V Block
      • Slip Gauges
      • Sine Bar
      • Radius Gauge
      • Angle Plate
      • Combination Set
      • Filler gauge
      • Magnetic Stand
      • Torque Measurement Tutor
      • Temperature Measurement Tutor
    MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY-II LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Ashok Kumar
      Course Objectives:
      • Learn the basic operation of various manufacturing processes.
      • Select/Suggest what process is best used for Manufacturing the desired product.
      • To develop a knowledge of basic use of machine tools and workshop equipments.
      • To develop an overview of different cutting parameters involved in machining operations.
      • To introduce students to the basic concepts of manufacturing via machining and welding etc.
      • Clear exposure to the cutting fluids, applications and types of cutting fluids.
      • Enable to make decisions regarding economics of metal cutting.
      • Measure a given manufactured part to evaluate its size, tolerances etc.
      • Develop methods of working for minimizing the production cost.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Develop utilization of understanding of fundamentals of the traditional cutting tools and compare it with other approaches.
      • Identify the different types of cutting tools for different cutting operations
      • Identify and utilize fundamentals of metal cutting as applied to the machining.
      • Explain the mechanisms of working and material removal of conventional machine tools
      • Explain the influence of cutting parameters on output parameters
      • Develop the skills of effective utilization of the cutting fluids and applications for better productivity
      • Student can perform operation on various Machine tools like lathe, shaper, milling, drilling and surface grinder etc.
      • Student will be in a position to apply the knowledge of machining in solving machining problems and meeting the production targets by choosing the proper input parameters for machine tools.
      List of Experiments:
      • Bolt (thread) making on lathe machine
      • Gear cutting on milling machine.
      • Machining a block on shaper machine.
      • Finishing of a surface on surface-grinding machine.
      • Drilling holes on drilling machine and study of twist-drill.
      • Gas welding experiment
      • Arc welding experiment
      • Resistance welding experiment
      • Soldering & brazing experiment
      • Study of different types of tools and its angles & materials.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Lathe Machine
      • Milling Machine
      • Shaper
      • Surface Grinder
      • Drill Machine
      • Gas Welding Set
      • Arc Welding set
      • Resistance welding Set
      • Soldering & brazing Kit
      • Bench Tool Grinder
    HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Anirban Sur
      Course Objectives:
      • To understand all three modes of heat transfer, namely conduction, convection and radiation practically.
      • To measure experimentally effectiveness of heat exchangers and compare it with numerical result.
      • To pave way for inculcating certain innovative skills in the students making them to use the experimental setups as starting point to take up higher level experimental studies in Heat Transfer.
      • To demonstrate practically the concepts discussed in the Heat & Mass Transfer course.
      • To determine thermal conductivity and heat transfer coefficient through various materials.
      • To compare the result between numerical and experimental analysis.
      Course Outcomes:
      • To practically relate to concepts discussed in the Heat & Mass Transfer course.
      • To conduct various experiments to determine thermal conductivity and heat transfer coefficient in various materials.
      • To select appropriate materials & designs for improving effectiveness of heat transfer.
      • To conduct performance tests and thereby improve effectiveness of heat exchangers.
      List of Experiments:
      • Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient of composite wall
      • Determination of thermal conductivity of fluids
      • Determination convective heat transfer for natural convection through a bare tube
      • Determination convective heat transfer and effectiveness for natural and forced convection through a fin tube
      • To calculate the Stefan Boltzman’s constant by Stefan Boltzman’s apparatus
      • Determination LMTD of parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger.
      • Determination overall heat transfer coefficient of Lag pipe.
      • Demonstration the working of heat pipe.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Heat transfer through composite wall apparatus.
      • Heat transfer through liquid apparatus.
      • Natural convective heat transfer through bare tube.
      • Heat pipe demonstrator.
      • Stefan Boltzman apparatus
      • Parallel and counter flow heat exchanger.
      • Natural and forced convective heat transfer through pin fin.
      • Heat transfer through composite cylinder (Lag Pipe apparatus)
    FLUID MACHINERY LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Dr. S. P. Singh
      Course Objectives:
      • Learn basic analysis methods for fluid mechanics theory and applications
      • Learn the major problem-solving methods for devices and processes in which fluid flow is an important part
      • Begin to develop a physical understanding of fluid mechanics and its application on turbines and pumps.
      • Apply skills and understanding, and be able to solve standard fluid problems that occur in engineering applications
      Course Outcomes:
      • Create the understanding for the main and operating characteristics of different turbines and pumps
      • Recognize the effect of head and discharge in actual fluid system.
      • Students will be able to discriminate between impulse and reaction effect in the turbines.
      • Students will be able to understand the basic hydroelectric power plant by main components in a closed circuit.
      • Create the basic understanding for hydro-rotary and reciprocating equipments like turbine, centrifugal pump, reciprocating pump and compressor.
      • Students will understand the operation of other fluid machinery equipment like hydraulic ram, Jack and brake i.e. practical application of hydraulic system.
      List of Experiments:
      • Experiment on Pelton wheel.
      • Experiment on Francis turbine.
      • Experiment on Kaplan turbine.
      • Experiment on Reciprocating pump.
      • Experiment on centrifugal pump.
      • Experiment on Hydraulic Jack/Press
      • Experiment on Hydraulic Brake
      • Experiment on Hydraulic Ram
      • Study through visit of any water pumping station/plant
      • Any other suitable experiment/test rig such as comparison & performance of different types of pumps and turbines.
      • Experiment on Compressor
      • Experiment for measurement of drag and lift on aero foil in wind tunnel
      List of all Equipment:
      • Closed Circuit Francis Turbine Test Rig.
      • Closed Circuit Pelton Wheel Test Rig.
      • Centrifugal pump Test Rig.
      • Reciprocating pump Test Rig.
      • Impact of Jet Apparatus.
      • Hydraulic Brake
      • Hydraulic Jack
      • Hydraulic Ram Test Rig.
    THEORY OF MACHINES LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Qamar Tanveer
      Course Objectives:
      • Study about the mechanism with the help of models.
      • Study about the construction of Cams, Gears, and Gear train with the help of models.
      • Display of various modes of whirl for a shaft.
      • Modes of vibrations can be studied and frequency can be measured in each case.
      • To balance the masses statically and dynamically of a single rotating mass system.
      • To study the gyroscopic effect of a rotating disc.
      • Observation of gyroscopic effect of rotating disc.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Students will be able to know about the different between link and pairs with their applications.
      • Students will be able to know about the different type of mechanism and inversions with the help of models.
      • Students can improve their knowledge about the mechanism, and they can understand the purpose of inversion of mechanism.
      • Students will gain practical working knowledge of some basic machine elements such as motors, gears, cam, and common linkages.
      • Students will be able to understand about gear and gear trains and different type of cam and follower with the help of model.
      List of Experiments:
      • Critical Speed machine
      • Cam Analysis Machine
      • Static & Dynamic Balancing Machine
      • Motorised Gyroscope
      • Universal Governor
      • Vibration Table Apparatus
      • Velocity & Acceleration Apparatus
      • Single Slider Mechanism
      • Whitworth Quick Return Mechanism
      • Cam & Follower with reciprocating mechanism
      • Hydraulic Break System
      List of all Equipment:
      • To study of simple linkage models/mechanisms
      • To study of inversions of four bar linkage
      • To study of inversions of single slider crank mechanisms
      • To study of inversions of double slider crank mechanisms
      • To perform experiment on Porter Governors to prepare curve between speed vs. lift.
      • To perform experiment on Proell Governors to prepare curve between speed vs. lift.
      • To perform experiment on gyroscope
      • To determine the whirling speed of shafts
      • To perform the experiment for static balancing on static balancing machine.
      • To perform the experiment for dynamic balancing on dynamic balancing machine.
      • To study the torsional vibration (undamped) of single rotor shaft system.
      • To perform experiment on longitudinal vibration
    REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Nilesh Ramdas
      Course Objectives:
      • To convert and explore basic principle of psychrometric
      • Familiar with system analysis and mathematical modelling
      • Familiar with load calculation
      • Familiar with refrigerant and different parts of air-conditioner, refrigeration system
      • Understanding different types of cooling system
      Course Outcomes:
      • Familiar with terminology associated with thermodynamics
      • Familiar with terminology of air-condition and refrigeration.
      • Undertake system analysis and mathematical model
      List of Experiments:
      • To study various components of vapour compression refrigerator.
      • Study & Performance of basic vapour compression Refrigeration Cycle
      • To study and perform experiment on vapour absorption apparatus.
      • To study different types of expansion device used in refrigeration system.
      • To study various components in room air conditioner.
      • To study and perform experiment on air washer apparatus.
      • To find the performance parameter of cooling tower.
      • To find performance of a refrigeration test rig system by using different expansion devices.
      • To find performance of a air-conditioning test rig system.
      • Study and determination of volumetric efficiency of compressor
      List of all Equipment:
      • Refrigeration test rig
      • Air conditioner test rig
      • Vapour compression refrigerator
      • Vapour absorption refrigerator
      • Air washer
      • Cooling tower
      • Evaporative cooler
      • Window type air-conditioner
      • Reciprocating Compressor
    MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Khalid Nafees
      Course Objectives:
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on design of basic machine joints such as Cotter joint, Knuckle joint and riveted joint etc.
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on design of basic machine elements such as shafts, flanged type rigid and flexible couplings, helical spring and screw jack etc. through standard design procedures.
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on design of shaft subjected to combined steady and variable load.
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on design of shaft subjected to fluctuating loads.
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on design of eccentrically loaded riveted joints.
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on design of boiler riveted joints.
      • To provide students hands-on experiences on making part and assembly drawing of basic machine elements such as Lathe tailstock, screw jack, foot step bearing, petrol engine connecting rod, gasoline engine piston etc.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Hands-on knowledge and experience in design of basic machine elements.
      • Students will be able to design and make drawing of Cotter and Knuckle joints.
      • Students will be able to design machine components subjected to combined steady and variable load.
      • Students will be able to design eccentrically loaded riveted joint.
      • Students will be able to design boiler riveted joints.
      • Students will be able to design shaft subjected to combined twisting and bending loads.
      • Students will be able to design shaft subjected to fluctuating loads.
      • Students will be able to design and make drawing of flanged type rigid and flexible couplings.
      • Students will be able to design and make drawing of helical spring.
      • Students will be able to design and make drawing of screw jack.
      List of Experiments:
        In this lab Experiments on Machine Design and Experiments on Machine Drawing are conducted as given below:
        Experiments on Machine Design (at least 8 of the following):
      • Design and drawing of Cotter joint.
      • Design and drawing of Knuckle joint.
      • Design machine component subjected to combined steady and variable load.
      • Design of eccentrically loaded riveted joint.
      • Design of boiler riveted joint.
      • Design of shaft for combined constant twisting and bending loads.
      • Design of shaft subjected to fluctuating loads.
      • Design and drawing of flanged type rigid coupling.
      • Design and drawing of flexible coupling.
      • Design and drawing of helical spring.
      • Design and drawing of screw jack.
      Experiments on Machine Drawing:
      • Orthographic Projection drawing.
      • Missing view and isometric drawing
      • Part drawing of lathe tailstock.
      • Assembly drawing of lathe tailstock.
      • Assembly drawing of screw jack.
      • Assembly drawing of foot step bearing.
      • Part drawing of petrol engine connecting rod.
      • Part drawing of gasoline engine piston.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Drawing board.
      • White board.
      • Standard drawing charts.
    I.C. ENGINE AND AUTOMOBILE LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Ajay Mehndroo
      Course Objectives:
      • To provide access to state of the art equipment, facilities, and methodologies, along with faculty expertise to make the students understand the detailed functioning of automobiles.
      • To gain the knowledge about transmission, suspension, steering and braking systems.
      • Hand on knowledge and experience of constructional features, and working of various systems of an automobile on actual working models.
      • To make the students learn by practice, construction and details of an Internal Combustion Engine by dismantling and assembling.
      • To study and learn maintenance of various systems on actual automobile
      • To learn the latest development in automobile industry.
      Course Outcomes:
      • Students were able to understand the working of major components of an automobile.
      • Students were able to understand working of transmission, suspension, steering and braking systems.
      • Students were able to perform the Morse test on Engine Test Rig.
      • Students were able to understand the maintenance procedures for automobiles.
      • Students were able to understand the latest development such as working of MPFI system.
      List of Experiments:
      • Performance Analysis of Four stroke S.I. Engine- Determination of indicated and brake thermal efficiency, specific fuel consumption at different loads, Energy Balance.
      • Determination of Indicated H.P. of I.C. Engine by Morse Test.
      • Performance Analysis of Four stroke C.I. Engine- Determination of indicated and brake thermal efficiency, specific fuel consumption at different loads, Energy Balance.
      • Study & experiment on Valve mechanism.
      • Study & experiment on Gear Box.
      • Study & experiment on Differential Gear Mechanism of Rear Axle.
      • Study & experiment on Steering Mechanism.
      • Study & experiment on Automobile Braking System.
      • Study & experiment on Chassis and Suspension System.
      • Study & experiment on Ignition system of I.C. Engine.
      • Study & experiment on Fuel Supply System of S.I. Engines- Carburetor, Fuel Injection Pump and MPFI.
      • Study & experiment on Fuel Supply System of C.I. Engines- Injector & Fuel Pump.
      • Study & experiment on Air Conditioning System of an Automobile.
      • Comparative study of technical specifications of common small cars (such as Maruti Swift, Hyundai i20, Cheverlet Aveo, Tata Indica, Ford Fusion etc.
      • Comparative study & technical features of common scooters & motorcycles available in India.
      • Visit of an Automobile factory.
      • Visit to a Modern Automobile Workshop.
      • Experiment on Engine Tuning.
      • Experiment on Exhaust Gas Analysis of an I.C. Engine.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Electric system of Car wiring.
      • Lubricating system of four cylinder model.
      • Multipoint fuel system model.
      • Cut sectional model of maruti 800cc car, Engine assy. with radiator ,clutch , gear box.
      • Transmission system for rear wheel drive.
      • Transmission system for Front wheel drive.
      • Two stroke single cylinder Petrol engine.
      • Steering System: Rack & pinion, Worm & worm wheel, Recirculating Ball type
      • Cut sectional model of Synchromesh gear box
      • Battery Charger
      • Atlas cycle: ordinary and Geared
      • Old car Tata Indica
      • Old scooter Bajaj Chetak
      • Battery 12 Volt
      • Computerized I.C. Engine test Equipment
      • Electronic Ignition system
      • Computer with LCD Monitor
    CAD/CAM LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Dr. A. P. Singh
      Course Objectives:
      • To Understand the different components of Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing
      • To learn 2-D/3-D creations of geometric model by the help of CAD software packages such as ProE, Auto-Cad
      • To learn geometric transformation such as translation, rotation, scaling etc.
      • To learn programming skill in C/C++ the purpose of this practice is to prepare the students to write different arithmetic expression in program.
      • CAD/CAM Environments and the relevance of Computer Numerical Control Systems.
      • Create programs manually for CNC Lathe& milling machine using G and M codes.
      • Understand how to download programs to the CNC machines and operate them.
      • Understand Robotics / Flexible Manufacturing System for manufacturing purpose
      Course Outcomes:
      • Students learn and understand the need of CAD/CAM Environments.
      • Students learn and understand the concept of 2D/3D geometric modeling, analysis etc by help of CAD packages.
      • Students learn about concepts of C and C programming in design.
      • Students learn CAM and overview of CNC programming
      • Students learn manual part programming
      • Learned differences between conventional and computer controlled machines
      List of Experiments:
      • Line Drawing or Circle Drawing experiment: Writing and validation of computer program.
      • Geometric Transformation algorithm experiment for translation/rotation/scaling: Writing and validation of computer program.
      • Design of machine component or other system experiment: Writing and validation of computer program.
      • Understanding and use of any 3-D Modeling Software commands.
      • Pro/E/Idea etc. Experiment: Solid modeling of a machine component
      • To study the characteristic features of CNC machine
      • Part Programming (in word address format) experiment for turning operation (including operations such as grooving and threading) and running on CNC machine
      • Part Programming (in word address format or ATP) experiment for drilling operation (point to point) and running on CNC machine
      • Part Programming (in word address format or ATP) experiment for milling operation (contouring) and running on CNC machine.
      • Experiment on Robot and programs
      List of all Equipment:
      • Computers
      • CNC Trainer Lathe
      • Computer for lathe
      • CNC vertical milling
      • Computer for milling
      • Air Compressor (2HP)
    ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB:click here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Ms. Ritika Rathore
      Course Objectives:
      • To introduce the students to the experimental methods to verify the principles and methods of mechanics.
      • To describe static equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies both in two dimensions and also in three dimensions.
      • To provide fundamental knowledge of the mechanical properties of materials
      • To help students develop and interpret stress-strain diagrams
      Course Outcomes:
        After Completion of the course in Engineering Mechanics Practical, the student should be able to:
      • Experimentally verify the principles of mechanics.
      • Define and explain different terminologies of simple lifting machines.
      • Understand and perform practical on equilibrium of concurrent and non-concurrent force system.
      • Describe various terminologies related to friction and mass moment of inertia.
      • Explain graphical solutions of equilibrium conditions in engineering mechanics.
      • Analyse the experimental data collected based on practical and discuss the results.
      List of Experiments:
      • To verify the law of parallelogram of forces.
      • To study the equilibrium of a body under three forces.
      • To determine the coefficient of friction of a flat surface
      • Friction experiment on screw-jack.
      • Experiment based on analysis of truss.
      • To determine the mass moment of inertia of a rotating disc.
      • To conduct the tensile test and determine the ultimate tensile strength, percentage elongation for a mild steel specimen.
      • To conduct the Impact-tests (Izod / Charpy) on Impact-testing machine to find the Impact Strength of the specimen.
      • To determine the hardness of the given specimen using Vicker/Brinell/Rockwell hardness testing machine.
      • Simple & compound gear-train experiment.
      • Worm & worm-wheel experiment for load lifting.
      • Belt-Pulley experiment.
      • Bending of simply-supported and cantilever beams for theoretical & experimental deflection.
      • Dynamics experiment on momentum conservation
      • Dynamics experiment on collision for determining coefficient of restitution.
      • Experiment on Torsion of Rod/wire.
      List of all Equipment:
      • Force Board (Parallelogram Law/Polygon Law Apparatus)
      • Simple Screw Jack Apparatus
      • Flywheel Apparatus
      • Worm and Worm Wheel Apparatus
      • Inclined plane apparatus for Friction experiment
      • Conservation of Linear Momentum Apparatus
      • Simple Gear Train Model
      • Simple Supported Beam Apparatus
      • Hardness Testing Machine
      • Impact Testing Machine
      • Universal Testing Machine
SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/FDP ATTENED/ORGANIZEDclick here to see >>
    Session 2016-17click here to see >>
    • Training on Solid Works from 12 Feb - 16 March 2017.
    • 15 Mechanical engineering students along with 2 faculty members attended a workshop titled “Vehicle Proportions and their usage followed by a theme based quick Idea generation” on 15th October 2016 at Magnolia Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi.
    • The workshop was conducted by SIAM (Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturing) and the eminent speakers for the workshop were:
    • Mr. Sourabh Singh (DGM, Design Studio at Maruti Suzuki, India Ltd.).
      Mr. Nilesh Kirtane (Head Designer - Styling Design at Honda R&D, India Pvt. Ltd.).
    • Workshop on 3D Printing Technology 26th Sept 2016 by INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER SCIENCES On Behalf of US INSTITUTE OF 3D TECHNOLOGY, CALIFORNIA, USA organized on 16th September 2016.

    • Workshop on ANSYS from 5th September2016 to 6th October 2016.
    Session 2015-16click here to see >>
    • A seminar was conducted on “Job opportunities in today’s market” by Indian Council of Industrial Research and Samadhan on 10th March 2016.
    • Manoj Kumar Yadav attended one day national seminar on “Emerging Trends of Welding Industry” organized by IIW-Delhi on 22nd August, 2015.
    • Manoj Kumar Yadav attended one day Workshop on “Industrial Robotics” organized by TIFAC-CORE, AKGEC, Ghaziabad on 7th Nov, 2015.
    • Nitin Johri attended International Conference on “Recent Trends In Engineering And Material Sciences (Icems-2016)” March 17-19, 2016, Jaipur National University, Jaipur, India.
    Session 2014-15click here to see >>
    • Bhaskar Chandra Kandpal attended a five day QIP program on Recent Advancement in Materials Processing and Manufacturing Techniques from 7-11th July, 2014, IIT Roorkee.
    • Manoj Kumar Yadav attended one day lecture on “Construction of Steel Structure” organized by IIW-Delhi and AWS on 13th December, 2014.
    • Nitin Johri attended QIP on “Fracture/Fatigue Analysis of Mechanical Components” at MNNIT, Allahabad, Dec 2014.
    • Nitin Johri attended course on “Structural Analysis of Composite Materials using ANSYS” at DUCAT, Ghaziabad, August-September 2014.
    • Ashok Kumar attended two days National workshop on “Innovation in Design and manufacturing” organized by ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad during 10th -11th April, 2015.
    • Shailendra Pratap Singh attended one day workshop on Non conventional Energy Sources organized by e-governance, India at India Habitat Centre on January, 2015.
    • Shailendra Pratap Singh attended one day workshop on Urja organized by Indian Society of refrigeration and Air Condition at Meerut on March 2015.
    Session 2013-14click here to see >>
    • Bhaskar Chandra Kandpal attended a two day QIP programe on Advances in mechanical engineering in NIET, Greater Noida in 14-15th May, 2014.
    • Manoj Kumar Yadav attended three Day Faculty Enablement Program on Soft Skills, organized by Infosys at IPEC, Ghzaiabad on 24-26th August, 2013.
    • Nitin Johri attended QIP on “Mechanical analysis using MATLAB” NITTTR Chandigarh - Jan 2013.
    • Nitin Johri attended workshop on “Authoring Technical/Scientific Papers” by Springer India at JNU, New Delhi- August 2013.
    • Nitin Johri attended one day workshop on “Authoring Technical Papers using LATEX” at GBU, Greater Noida–October 2013.
Research & Developmentclick here to see >>
    Publication In National & International Journalsclick here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, “Experimental investigation on waste heat driven activated carbon-methanol adsorption cooling system”, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering (Accepted), SCI Index impact factor 0.98
      • K. Das, A. Sur, “ An overview of modelling techniques employed for performance simulation of low-grade heat operated adsorption cooling systems”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 74, 2017, pp.364–376, SCI Index impact factor 3.120
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, “Design, Fabrication and Experimental study of an Adsorption Refrigeration System”, Thermal science, DOI:10.2298/TSCI160108254S, SCI index Impact factor 1.45
      • K Nafees and A Mohammad, “Optimal dimensional synthesis of six-bar Stephenson I mechanism for path generation, Int. J. Mech. Engg. & Tech., Vol. 7, Issue 6, 2016, pp.535-546.
      • N Bhadouria, L Thakur, P Kumar, N Arora, “An Investigation of Normal and Submerged Condition on Microstructural and Tribological properties of Friction Stir Processed AZ91-D Magnesium Alloy”, Canadian metallurgical quarterly, Taylor & Francis, 2016, DOI: 10.1080/00084433.2016.1270394
      • N Bhadouria, P Kumar, L Thakur, S Dixit, N Arora, “A Study on Micro-hardness and Tribological Behaviour of Nano-WC–Co–Cr/Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes Reinforced AZ91D Magnesium Matrix Surface Composites”, Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals, Springer, 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s12666-017-1111-0
      • D K Bhalla, O P Singh, et al “Modeling and Analysis of MPTT Control Techniques for Grid Connected PV Generation," Published in International Journal  "Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering”, p-ISSN: 2349-5804; e-ISSN: 2349-5812 Volume 3, Issue 4, July-September, 2016, pp. 324-330
      • Vineet Kumar, Lalit Kumar, Abid Haleem, “Rapid Prototyping Technology Ranking using an ANP Approach and its Sensitivity Analysis”, International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT),  ISSN: 2277-9655, Volume 05, Issue 9 (September-2016), PP 93-103, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.61471.
      • Vineet Kumar, Lalit Kumar, Abid Haleem, “Selection of Rapid Prototyping Technology Using an ANP Based Approach”, International Journal of IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), e-ISSN: 2278-1684, p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 13, Issue 4 Ver. VI (Jul. - Aug. 2016), PP 71-78, DOI: 10.9790/1684-13040647178.
      • Arpit Rastogi, Lalit Kumar, “Quality Factors in Education System”, International Journal of R&D in Engineering, Science and Management,  ISSN 2393-865X , pp.143-148, Vol.4, Issue 3, July 2016.
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, “Review of Technology Used to Improve Heat and Mass Transfer Characteristics of Adsorption Refrigeration System”, International Journal of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration 24(2), 2016 1630003-1-11.
      • A Sur, R.K.Das, “Thermal analysis of a Silica gel methanol adsorption refrigeration system”, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series C Springer. (Accepted)
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, “Dynamic Heat and Mass Transfer Analysis of an Adsorption Refrigeration System”, Thermal science Serbia (Accepted)
      • Bhaskar Chandra Kandpal, et.al., “Investigations into Electrical discharge machining of fabricated AA 6061/ 10% Al2 O3 aluminium based metal matrix composite using OFAT approach”, International journal of Automotive composites. (Accepted)
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
      • Bhaskar chandra kandpal, et.al., Production and testing of AA6061/Al2O3particulate reinforced composite by stir casting method, International journal of scientific research (IJSR),volume 4,Issue 10, Oct. - Dec., 2015.
      • Bhaskar chandra kandpal, et.al., Machining of aluminium metal matrix composites with electrical discharge machining – A Review, Material today, Elsevier journal, Scopus indexed, 2015, pp 1665- 1671.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Energy conservation for mud wall construction in India by the application of insulation” International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Studies, Vol.2, issue 2, February 2015, pp.6-12, ISSN No: 2349-8862.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Potential for energy conservation in Mud Wall building” International Advanced Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology (IARJSET), Vol.2, issue 1, May 2015 pp.28-32, ISSN No: 2393-8021.
      • Lalit Kumar, Vineet Kumar, Abid Haleem, Design and Development of Thermal Rapid Prototyping Machine and Its Application, “International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Engineering Research (IJETER), ISSN 2454-6410, pp. 101-106, Volume 4, Issue 2, Feb. 2016.
      • Lalit Kumar, Vineet Kumar, Mohd. Javaid, Abid Haleem,Rapid Prototyping Technology for New Product Development, “International Journal of Innovative Science Engineering and Technology (IJISET)”, ISSN 2348 – 7968, pp.287-292, Vol.3, Issue 1, Jan.2016.
      • Lalit Kumar, Vineet Kumar, Mohd. Javaid, Abid Haleem, Product Design and Development using Polyjet Rapid Prototyping Technology International Journal “Control Theory and Informatics”, ISSN 2224-5774 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0492 (Online) pp12-19, Vol.5, No.3, 2015.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “Thermodynamics Analysis of a Solar Operated Combined Power and Ejector Cooling Cycle with Environmentally Benign Fluids” Journal of Basic and Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 2 (12), 2015, pp. 1009-1012.
      • A. Sur, R. K. Das, “Numerical Modeling and Thermal Analysis of an Adsorption Refrigeration System”, International Journal of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration, 23 (4), (2015) 15500331-11.
      • A. Sur, R. K. Das, “Review of Technology Used to Improve Heat and Mass Transfer Characteristics of Adsorption Refrigeration System”, International Journal of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration (2016). DOI: 10.1142/S2010132516300032.
      • A. Sur, “Analysis of an Evaporative Desiccant Cooling System Journal of Refrigeration”, Air Conditioning, Heating and Ventilation 2(2), 2015.
      • A. Sur, “Experimental Analysis of A Portable Solar Water Distillation System” in the Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management 2(3) 2015.
      • A. Sur, “Analysis of an Evaporative Desiccant Cooling System Journal of Refrigeration”, Air Conditioning”, Heating and Ventilation 2(2), 2015.
      • A. Sur, “Experimental Analysis of A Portable Solar Water Distillation System” in the Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management ISSN: 2349-4336 2(3), 2015.
      • N. Jauhari, R. Mishra, H. Thakur, “Stress analysis in FRP composites”, Elsevier-Perspectives in Science (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pisc.2016.03.004.
      • N. Jauhari, R. Mishra, H. Thakur, “Natural Fibre Reinforced Composite Laminates- A Review”, Elsevier- Materials Today: Proceedings 2 (2015) 2868 – 2877.
      • Khalid Nafees, Aas Mohammad, “Synthesis of a planar five-bar mechanism consisting of two binary links having two offset tracing points for motion between two extreme positions”, Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, Volume 8 (4), pp. (DOI: 10.1115/1.4032910)
      • Sh. Om Prakash Singh, D.K Bhalla, “Simulink Model of Solar Module for PV Power Generation System”, Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, p-ISSN: 2349-5804, e-ISSN: 2349-5812 Volume 3, Issue 1 January-March, 2016, pp. 41-46.
      • Rajesh Kumar Singh, Ayush Gupta, Ashok Kumar, Tasmeem Ahmad Khan “Ranking of barriers for effective maintenance by using TOPSIS approach”, Journal of quality in Maintenance Engineering, volume 22, No. 1, pp. 18-34, 2016. (Pub: Emerald)
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
      • Bhaskar chandra kandpal, et.al., Production technologies of metal matrix composites – A Review, International Journal of Research in Mechanical Engineering & Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Spl- 2 May - October 2014, pp. 27-32.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Energy conservation in different walls construction in India by the application of insulation” International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology, Vol.3, issue 4, April 2014, pp.6064-6072, ISSN No: 2277-9655.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “First and Second Law Analysis of Solar Operated Combined Rankine and Ejector Refrigeration Cycle” International Journal of Applied Solar Energy, Vol. 50 (2), 2014, pp. 113-121.
      • A. Sur, R. K. Das, “Thermodynamics analysis of an adsorption refrigeration system at adsorption equilibrium”, Journal of Refrigeration, Air conditioning, heating and ventilation, 1(1), (2014), pp 30-37.
      • A. Sur, R. K. Das, “Thermodynamics analysis of an silicagel water adsorption refrigeration system, Journal of Refrigeration”, Air conditioning, heating and ventilation, 2(1), (2014), pp. 24-29.
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
      • Bhaskar chandra kandpal, et.al., Manufacturing of AMMC using stir casting process and testing its mechanical properties, International journal of advanced engineering technology(IJAET), ISSN 0976-3945, Volume IV, Issue III, July–September, 2013, pp. 26-29.
      • O.P. Sharma, Nilesh Ramdas, “Design of a Muffler & Effect of Resonator Length for 3 Cylinder SI Engine” International Organization of Scientific Research Journal, Volume 1, Issue 3, May-2014.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Analysis of energy saving for external walls using different energy sources”. International journal of Engineering Science and Management (IJESM), Vol.3, issue 2, Jul-Dec 2013, pp. 34-41, ISSN No : 2231-3273.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Comparison of embodied energy in different masonry wall materials”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology (IJAET), Vol.4, issue 4, Oct-Dec, 2013, pp.90-95,ISSN No: 0976-3945.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Study on energy saving in residential building using life cycle cost analysis” International Journal of Engineering and Sciences(IJES),Vol.4, issue 1, Jul-Dec 2013, pp.8-17, ISSN No: 2319 - 4545.
      • Subhash Mishra, “Energy conservation in mud house as compared to brick wall building in India”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies(IJAERS) Vol.3, issue 2, Jan-Mar 2013, pp.151-156, ISSN No: 2249-8974.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “A Thermodynamic Analysis of a Hydrogen Enriched Compressed Natural Gas Fuelled HCCI Engine” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 2051-2056.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “First and Second Law Analysis of a Solar Operated Ejector Absorption Refrigeration System”International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 1963-1968.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “Thermodynamic Analysis of a Absorption Refrigeration Cycle Using Flat Plate Collector”International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 2017-2022.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “Study The Importance of Insulated Combustion Chamber With & Without Catalyst Inside The Combustion Chamber on The Performance of Four Stroke C.I. Engine” IJERT, Vol. 1, Aug. 2012.
      • A. Sur, R. K. Das, Thermal analysis of Silica Gel-Methanol adsorption refrigeration system International journal of Mechanical Engineering and Research, 3 (2013), 231-235.
      • Ashok Kumar, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Tasmeem Ahmad Khan, “Analyzing the barriers for implementation of TPM”, 5th-6th September2013,ISTE Delhi Section held at DTU, Delhi.
      • Shailendra Pratap Singh, George Phlip and Saurabh Kumar Singh (2014), “Effect of Condenser Vacuum on Performance of a Reheat Regenerative 210 MW Fossil-Fuel based Power Plants”,International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering (ISSN 2250-2459), Vol. 4 (1), p.p.190-195.
      • Shailendra Pratap Singh, K.C. Yadav and George Phlip (Jan–Jun 2014), “Title Effect of Flue Gas Exhaust Temperature on Boiler Performance of a Typical 210 MW (LMZ) Thermal Power Plant”, ISST Journal of Mechanical Engineering (ISSN : 0976-7371), Vol.5(1).
      • Shailendra Pratap Singh and Vijay Kumar Dwivedi (February 2014), “ Exergy Analysis of the Turbine for a Reheat Regenerative 210 MW Fossil-Fuel based Power Plants in India”, International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology (ISSN 2277 – 4106), Vol.4(1), p.p. 160-164.
    Publication in National / International Conferences click here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
      • F Husain, A N Siddiquee, Z A Khan and N Z Khan, “Friction Stir Welding of Dissimilar Aluminum Alloys”, International conference and exhibition and building utilities (ICEBU-21016), Department of mechanical engineering, Jamia Millia Islamia, New delhi, December 2016.
      • P Kumar, N Bhadouria, L Thakur, N Arora, “A Study of Tribological Performance of Al2O3/ Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes Reinforced AZ91D Magnesium Matrix Surface Composites Fabricated by Friction Stir Processing” International conference on the Emerging Trends in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, NIT Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India, 2017.
      • Sunil, V Kumar, A Mahendru, “State of Art solar distillation technique in India: An Overview”, National Conference on Sustainable Engineering practices in material, water and energy technologies, BRCM CET Bahal, Haryana, March 2017.
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
      • Khalid Nafees, Aas Mohammad, “Dimensional synthesis of six-bar Stephenson II linkage for fifteen precision points path generation”, International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Material Science held at Jaipur National University on 17-19th March 2016.
      • N. Jauhari, R. Mishra, H. Thakur, “Failure Analysis of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Laminates”, International Conference on Materials Processing & Characterization (ICMPC)-13th March 2016, Hyderabad, India.
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “Fabrication of permanent mould casting and testing of aluminium alloys casted using sand and die casting” was presented and published in proceedings of International conference & exhibition on cutting edge technological challenges in Mechanical engineering CETCME - 2015 held at NIET , Greater Noida, Utter Pradesh on 21- 22 March 2015.
      • Khalid Nafees, Aas Mohammad, “A Review on Dyadic and Triadic Dimensional Synthesis Methods of Planar Kinematic Linkages with Variable Topology”, International Conference & Exhibition On Cutting edge Technological Challenges in Mechanical Engineering, held at Greater Noida, India on 21st March 2015.
      • Khalid Nafees, Aas Mohammad, “Dimensional Synthesis of Mechanisms - A Review”, International Conference On advancements in Mechanical Engineering held at Al-Falah University, Faridabad, India on 7th August 2014.
      • Khalid Nafees, Aas Mohammad, “Investigation on Readability Task under the Varying Level of Text / Background Color and Font Sizes”, International Conference On advancements in Mechanical Engineering held at Al-Falah University, Faridabad, India on 7th August 2014.
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
      • Manoj Yadav and Neha Chaudhary, “Artificial Intelligence: An Aid to Supply Chain Management”, International Conference on Manufacturing Excellence (MANFEX 2013) held in 30-31, May, 2013, Amity University, Noida.
      • Lalit Kumar, Arpit Rastogi, “Implementation of Sustainable Manufacturing in Small Scale Indian Industries”, National Conference on Sustainable development (GSDIG 2014)held at IPEC Ghaziabad 14-15 February 2014, ISBN 978-81-929040-0-9, pp 263-269.
      • Lalit Kumar, Vineet Kumar, AbidHaleem, “Rapid Prototyping: New Technology for Product Development”, National Conference on Emerging Technologies in Mechanical Engineering (NCETME-2014) held at Echelon Institute Faridabad, 24-25th Jan 2014, ISBN 978-93-83842-05-6, pp 30-35.
      • Devendra Kumar Gupta, “Machining Capability of Non-Conventional Machining Methods-A Review”, National Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (RAMCE-2014), held on 04-05 April 2014 at AKGEC, Ghaziabad (U.P.).
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, Thermal analysis of Silica Gel-Methanol adsorption refrigeration, World Congress on Frontiers of Mechanical Aeronautical and Automobile engineering 2nd and 3rd February 2013, IIT Delhi (India) .
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, Analysis of a continuous activated carbon methanol adsorption refrigeration system, International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering, May 29th-31st 2013, College of Engineering Pune, Maharashtra (India).
      • A Sur, R. K. Das, Thermodynamic analysis of adsorption refrigeration system, International conference on Smart Technologies for Mechanical Engineering, Oct 25th - 26th 2013, Delhi Technological University (formerly Delhi College of Engineering) Delhi, (India).
      • N. Jauhari, R. Mishra, H. Thakur, “Fracture Mechanics Basics & Analysis”, Conference On Emerging Trends In Engineering & Sciences (ETES-2013), Haridwar, 9-10 Nov. 2013.
      • Shailendra Pratap Singh, “Efficiency Control Parameters for 210 MW Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant”, International Conference on Emerging trends and development in Science, Management and Technology, ICETDSMT-2013, Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad.
      • Shailendra Pratap Singh, “Efficiency of Thermal Power Plant based on Efficiency Defects on Different Ambient Temperatures for 210 MW Unit”, International conference on Emerging trends and development in Science, Management and Technology, ICETDSMT-2013, Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad.
Industrial Alliancesclick here to see >>
    NPTEL Local Chapterclick here to see >>
      • NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning) is a joint initiative of the IITs and IISc. Through this initiative, online courses and certification in various topics is offered. IPEC has been acknowledged a local chapter of NPTEL under which students are going for certifications. Following students has successfully passed certification exam during Jan to April 2016:
        • Vishwajeet Pandey of Mechanical 4th year has Secured 83% in NPTEL online course “Conduction and Convection Heat Transfer”.
        • Pushp Ranjan Gupt of Mechanical 4th year has Secured 57% in NPTEL online course “Conduction and Convection Heat Transfer”.
        • Himanshoo Rawal of Mechanical 4th year has Secured 68% in NPTEL online course “Basics of Noise and its Measurements”.
        • Madhav Malhotra of Mechanical 4th year has Secured 65% in NPTEL online course “Basics of Noise and its Measurements”.
    Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE)click here to see >>
      IPEC has been declared BY ISRAE as student chapter on 24th October 2016. The Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE), was founded in 1981 at New Delhi by a group of eminent HVAC&R professionals. ISHRAE today has more than 12,000 HVAC&R professionals as members and additionally there are 7,500 Student-members. ISHRAE operates from 41 Chapters and sub Chapters spread all over India, with HQ in Delhi. It is led by a team of elected officers, who are members of the Society, working on a voluntary basis, and collectively called the Board of Governors.

      Aims & Objectives:
      • Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering and Related Services.
      • Continuing education of Members and other interested persons in the said sciences through Lectures, Workshops, Product Presentations, Publications and Expositions.
      • Rendition of career guidance and financial assistance to students of the said sciences.
      • Encouragement of scientific research
    • QUIZ COMPETETION
    • Held on 16th January 17

      Resource Organization: ISHRAE and HITACHI (India)

      Organizers: Dr. Anirban Sur

      INDERPRASTHA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, Mechanical Engineering Department organized AQuest 2017, a quiz competition on refrigeration and air-conditioning collaboration with Indian Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) sponsored by Hitachi India. Participators came from different parts of Northern India. Colleges from Jaipur, Agra, Murthal, Meerut, Gurugram have taken parts.

      Shivam Agrawal and Prashant Aggarwal from DCRUST (Murthal) were the winner. They received 15000 Rs cheque with certificate. 1st Runner up was Himanshu Dhiman and Karan singhal from MIET Meerut. They received 10000 Rs cheque along with certificates issued by Ishrae institute of excellence. 2nd Runner up was AshuTyagi and Ujjal Kumar from DCRUST (Murthal). They received 5000 Rs. Cheque along with certificates issued by Ishrae institute of excellence.

      Event Organized:
      • On 24th October 2016, 3 events has been organized by ISHRAE:
      1. Declared IPEC as Students chapter.
      2. Guset lecture by Kapl Singhal on refrigerant  from BR Refcool Gurgaon India.

      3. Workshop on air conditioner maintenance by SAMSUNG.

    Guest Lectures from Eminent Personalitiesclick here to see >>
    • A Lecture was delivered on “Entrepreneurship development” by Dr. D. K. Gupta from MSME (Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) on 16th September 2016.

    • A lecture was delivered on “Application of Foundry Technology for making special elements” by Prof. D.B. Goel (Retired Professor from IIT Roorkee) on 21st October2016


Student Committeesclick here to see >>
    Mechanicaclick here to see >>
      Mechanical is a student forum established by Inderprastha Engineering College Mechanical department. Convener of this forum is Anirban Sur (Assistant Professor, Mechanical). Every year they organize different types of technical and cultural events like automobile quiz, general quiz, reasoning competition, 90 minutes frame, Fun funda etc. Some of the events pictures are attached here.

Department Projectsclick here to see >>
    Name of the student(s)
    Project TitleArea of specializationProject supervisorContribution/ Achievements/ Research OutputPicture of project
    Paresh Kothari Saurabh Chaudhary
    Shraddha Soni
    Shubhita Rakesh
    Akshay Pandit (Dip-2013)
    Fabrication of 3D Printing machineManufacturingMr. Lalit RathiPrinting machine fabricated and able to produce components
    Avnish Kumar
    Kamal Verma
    Lubna
    Mrityunjay Dubey
    Neeraj Kumar
    Design & Fabrication of CNC carve machineManufacturingMr. Nilesh RamdasDesigned, fabricated and operated with programing
    Abhishek Kumar Singh
    Abhishek Mohan
    Aditya Mishra
    Shubhita Rakesh
    Anuj Kumar
    Fabrication and Analysis of Evaporative Cooler with Humidity Control Refrigeration and Air-ConditoningMr. Anirban SurAn evaporative cooler can operates in rainy season.
    Abhay kumar Tripathi
    Abhishek kumar
    Ajay kumar yadav
    Anurag sharma
    Atul kumar srivastava
    Manish banswar
    Mayank singh
    Nikhil tyagi
    Fabrication and analysis of a cascaded refrigeration systemRefrigeration and Air-ConditoningMr. Anirban SurDeveloping cryogenic temperature
Key Alumni Dataclick here to see >>
    Name of the student(s)BatchPosition/PlacedPicture
    Manoj Chaudhary2005 - 09Sr. Engineer at Fedders Lloyd Corporation Ltd.,New Delhi
    Paritosh Joshi2005 - 09Sr. Manager at Amtek India Ltd., Gurgaon
    Chirag Kataria2007 - 11Assistant Manager at Camfil Air Filtration India Pvt. Ltd. Ghaziabad
    Dipanshu Gupta2011 – 15AM at Robotics Ghaziabad

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