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Mechanical Engineers apply the principles of mechanics and energy to the design of machines and devices. They must be able to control mechanical systems and usually work with other professionals in designing these systems. Automobiles, engines, heating and air-conditioning system, gas and steam turbines, air and space vehicles, trains, ships, servomechanisms, transmission mechanisms, machine tools, material handling systems, elevators and escalators, and robots used in industry are a few of the systems and devices requiring mechanical engineering knowledge.
Our versatile team of Professional & well qualified faculty members of Mechanical Engineering Department strives to train students in the Engineering Science and in application of these methods to conceive, organize and carry out the design of Engineering Systems. We offer the following special electives at the Graduate Engineering course level.
As the name indicates this is one of the basic branches of engineering which deals with mechanisms and machines that transfer and transmit energy in various aspects of machine, its components, their design, and theory behind it. Not only this, it also involves study of various techniques of manufacturing and how these can be employed to obtain the desired products. Product design, its behavior under various conditions, analysis, as well as performance of the product need to be studied by a mechanical engineer. The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work as a team. As their work involves production, transmission and use of mechanical power and heat, they have to analyze sources and the power they generate and the design problems if any. While designing and making a commercial product they have to take into account all the business and marketing aspects to make sure that the product is affordable. Mechanical Engineers are employed in industries whose function is concerned with manufacturing, steel production ,mining , transportation, communication, oil refineries , chemical plants, paper mills, sugar industries, textiles, aerospace, nuclear power plants, natural gas production and transmission.