Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and core branch of engineering. In the earlier phase of the evolution, engineering was in the form of mechanical only, later with innovations all other branches evolved. Mechanical engineering is the discipline of engineering that applies engineering, physics, mathematics, and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain machines, safely and efficiently. Mechanical engineering uses the knowledge of mechanics, dynamics, thermodynamics, materials science, structural analysis, and electricity to design and produce meaningful products. Now a day’s use of CAD has been grown in mechanical engineering.
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Mechanical Engineering

Eligibility

A pass in 12th with a minimum percentage of 50. ( 45 % FOR SC/ST)

Must have studied 12TH with PCM or PCMB combination.

Admission Procedure

Have to attend the Entrance Exam conducted by the concerned university.

Admission counseling will be conducted by the institutions after the publication of Entrance Exam result.

Some top entrance exams we have-

  • IIT JEE MAINS
  • IIT JEE ADVANCE
  • SRMEE
  • VITEEE

 

Scope of Mechanical Engineering

As mechanical engineering is one of the core and broad branch of engineering, getting is good job with an attractive package is easy. One can work in core mechanical companies or in any manufacturing companies. Even airline companies are also hiring mechanical engineers. The salary growth of mechanical engineers is very high.

 

Fees

Fees for mechanical engineering starts from 75 thousand per year and on average goes up to 5 lakhs per year in India.

 

Course Duration

4 years divided into 8 semesters.

 

Salary / Package-

Package for mechanical engineers starts from 3 lakhs per year on average in India. For mechanical engineering, the growth rate is much higher than other branches.


Syllabus-

According to ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI

Note.- The syllabus in different universities can be different by only a little extent. All major subjects will be the same. Students can notice one more difference that the subjects they are studying in his college in a particular semester, could be taught in the different semester in different college.

Semester I-
THEORY -
Technical English – I
Mathematics – I
Engineering Physics - I
Engineering Chemistry - I
Computer Programming
Engineering Graphics
PRACTICAL -
Computer Practices Laboratory
Engineering Practices Laboratory
Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

 

Semester II-
THEORY -
Technical English – II
Mathematics – II
Engineering Physics – II
Engineering Chemistry – II
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
PRACTICAL -
Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Laboratory
Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II

 

Semester III-
THEORY -
Transforms and Partial Differential Equations
Strength of Materials
Engineering Thermodynamics
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Manufacturing Technology – I
Electrical Drives and Controls
PRACTICAL -
Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – I
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory
Electrical Engineering Laboratory

 

Semester IV-
THEORY -
Statistics and Numerical Methods
Kinematics of Machinery
Manufacturing Technology– II
Engineering Materials and Metallurgy
Environmental Science and Engineering
Thermal Engineering
PRACTICAL -
Manufacturing Technology Laboratory–II
Thermal Engineering Laboratory – I
Strength of Materials Laboratory

 

Semester V-
THEORY -
Computer Aided Design
Heat and Mass Transfer
Design of Machine Elements
Metrology and Measurements
Dynamics of Machines
Professional Ethics in Engineering
PRACTICAL -
Dynamics Laboratory
Thermal Engineering Laboratory-II
Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

 

Semester VI-
THEORY -
Power Plant Engineering
Mechatronics
Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
Total Quality Management
Elective – II
Elective – III
PRACTICAL -
C.A.D. / C.A.M. Laboratory
Design and Fabrication Project
Communication and Soft Skills- Laboratory Based

 

Semester VII-
THEORY -
Power Plant Engineering
Mechatronics
Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
Total Quality Management
Elective-II
Elective-III
PRACTICAL -
Simulation and Analysis Laboratory
Mechatronics Laboratory
Comprehension

 

Semester VIII-
THEORY -
Engineering Economics
Elective-IV
Elective-V
PRACTICAL -
Project Work

 

List of electives for mechanical engineering-

 

Elective 1
Marketing Management
Quality Control and Reliability Engineering
Refrigeration and Air conditioning
Renewable Sources of Energy
Unconventional Machining Processes
Elective 2
Process Planning and Cost Estimation
Design of Jigs, Fixtures and Press Tools
Composite Materials and Mechanics
Welding Technology
Energy Conservation and Management
Disaster Management
Elective 3
Robotics
Fundamentals of Nanoscience
Thermal Turbo Machines
Maintenance Engineering
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Elective 4
Production Planning and Control
Entrepreneurship Development
Design of Pressure Vessels and Piping
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Operations Research
Human Rights
Elective 5
Advanced I.C. Engines
Design of Heat Exchangers
Additive Manufacturing
Non Destructive Testing and Materials
Vibration and Noise Control

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