This branch of Engineering is one of the oldest of the Engineering disciplines and is aimed at creating professionals who understand the design, analysis, manufacturingand maintenance of various kinds of mechanical systems.

1. Introduction to the course:

The Mechanical Engineering course of ADAMAS University is designed with an endeavor to create globally competitive and employable engineers. With over 35 Foreign University tie-ups and Institute-Industry Collaborations, ADAMAS University offers the students a conducive and rewarding environment by contributing to seminars, live projects and case studies to pursue the ideas, cultivate the spirit of curiosity and sustain passion for excellence. The perfect blend of Industry-Academia environment develops students with practical hands-on sessions offering a dynamic teaching program for creating vibrant and successful community of professionals who can develop both concept and skill essential for design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of various kinds of mechanical systems and machinery. The students are offered with

• Expert Faculty team from IITs and NITs.
• Air-Conditioned classrooms equipped with projectors & audio-visual aids.
• Carefully designed curriculum with inputs from Industry Experts.
• Guest Lectures delivered by Industry Experts.
• Activities in Robotics, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Clubs.
• Industry exposure through Internship program and Industry visits.
• Educational study tours to Foreign Universities.
• Research facilities for students in Manufacturing, Design and Thermal Engineering domain.
• Career guidance through established Mentoring system.
• Offers under graduation, post-graduation course, aiming at bridging the gap between academic curriculum and industry needs.
• Faculty and Technical Assistants with rich experience and expertise.
• Smart class rooms and 11 departmental laboratories.
• Teaching-learning methodology designed to suit the needs of the students.
• Industry exposure through Industry Visits and Internship programs.
• Flexible curriculum offering a basket of Elective courses to fit into the wide spectrum of student interests
• Scope of Professional Skill Development at Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Clubs
• Credit based Project Work on Industry problems and in-vogue Research areas
• Collaborations with institutions at international level facilitating our students to get entry into institutes of global repute
• Value added training programs to meet the demands of the present job scenario
• Career guidance through established Mentoring system.
• Research driven academics.
• Right blend of traditional chalk & board and slide/animation/video tools for teaching
• Exposure to cutting edge technology through TECHGURU classes
• Well defined lesson plans for each subject
• Continuous evaluation of student performance
• Close monitoring of student attendance
• Summer Quarter classes and exams
• Compensatory and doubt-clearing classes

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

• Impart knowledge of mathematics, basic and applied sciences.
• Ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems based on data interpretation, design, experiment and analysis of results.
• Learn effective engineering communication.
• Ability to work in teams on multi-disciplinary projects in industry and research organizations.
• Develop awareness of the ethical, professional and environmental implications of work in a global and societal context.
• Ability to self-learn modern engineering tools, techniques, skills and contemporary engineering practice, necessary for engineering work.

 

3. Subjects covered:
Core Papers:
• Engineering Mechanics
• Fluid Mechanics
• Dynamics
• Engineering Thermodynamics
• Energy Resources
• Introduction to Materials
• Heat Transfer
• Manufacturing Process
• Solid Mechanics
• Characterisation and Performance of Engineering Materials
• Metrology and Measurements
• Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
• Thermal Engineering
• Machine Tools and Machining

Elective Papers:

• Finite Element Methods
• Industrial Engineering
• Automotive Systems
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Computer Numerical Control
• Thermal Power Engineering
• Internal Combustion Engine
• Design Optimization
• Vibration and Noise Control
• Machine Tool Design
• Non Traditional Manufacturing
• Applied Elasticity and Plasticity
• Flexible and Sustainable Manufacturing)
• Mechatronics
• Advanced Manufacturing Processes
• Operations Research and Production Planning

Allied Department Electives

• Digital Signal Processing
• Computer Graphics & Visualization
• Computer Networks.
• Object Oriented Programming.
• High Voltage Systems.
• Biomedical Instrumentation
• Electrical Drives
• Sensors & Actuators.
• Image and Video Processing
• Artificial Intelligence
• Electrical Engg. Materials
• Renewable Energy Resources
• Advanced Control Theory

 

4. Specializations:

• B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering
• B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry: Direct entry to 2nd year B-Tech)
• M-Tech in Mechanical Engineering
• Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

 

5. Lab Infrastructure:

• Engineering Drawing and CAD
• Engineering Workshop
• Prof. Core- Solid Mechanics Lab
• Prof. Core- Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab
• Prof. Core- Manufacturing Technology-I Lab
• Prof. Core- Metrology & Measurement Lab
• Prof. Core- Manufacturing Technology-II Lab
• Prof. Core- Kinematics & Dynamics of Machines Lab
• Prof. Core- Applied Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer Lab
• Advanced Manufacturing Technology
• Non-Destructive Testing & Evaluation
• Welding Engineering
• Non-Traditional Machining
• Automobile Engineering
• Internal Combustion Engines
• Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
• Computational Fluid Dynamics

 

6. Internships/Project work

• Industry Internship for each student
• Industry based Project work
• Preparatory technical session for internship drives
• Collaboration with Institute of Engineers to strengthen the industry linkage
• Special grooming classes as per industry requirement
• Industry connect through outreach programmes
• Dedicated team (CDC) for career development of students
• Special grooming classes for core-industry requirements
• Mini project and Major project are the integral part of the curriculum
• Establishment of Innovation Club by Mechanical Engineering Department inspires the students to showcase their talent in technical field
• Expert guidance in project work in various modern and trendy fields
• Publication of the project works in reputed journals
• Mock interviews

 

7. Eligibility

i) For Normal:
60% overall in 10+2 with Physics + Mathematics + Chem/BT/Biology/Technical Vocational (with 45%)

ii) For Lateral Entry:
B.Sc. (45%) and 10+2 with Maths and to clear Engineering Graphics/Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics Or Diploma (45%)

 

8. Research Opportunities:

Research AreaParticulars
Manufacturing EngineeringCorrosion Science, Material Science, Manufacturing Technology, materials evaluation for nuclear power generation, materials evaluation for oil and gas industries, evaluation of materials for structural applications, corrosion studies (general, localized, and SCC), analysis on crack growth rate (CGR) for a minute crack inside the structural material, failure analysis of structural materials with fracture surface evaluation, mechanical and metallurgical properties evaluation for nuclear grade/structural Metal/Metal Alloys, Machine Tools, Machining, Grinding, Surface Coating, application of CVD and PVD coatings in tribology and metal-ceramic joining, development of high performance diamond and cBN grinding wheel by precision brazing
DesignVibration and Noise Control, Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS), characterization of smart materials, and nonlinear vibration, novel material based piezoelectric vibrational energy harvester and actuator, FEM, Solid Mechanics, Aerospace Structure.
Thermal EngineeringANSYS, Fuzzy logic based VCRS design, Fluid flow along aerodynamic structure, exergy analysis, ANFIS, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Flow performance using winglets, Natural Convection, Radiation Heat Transfer, Refrigeration, Entropy generation, Thermal Power Plant, IC Engines, Nanofluid based heat transfer analysis, Hydraulic Ram Pump, Surge analysis
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Bachelor Of Technology (B. Tech.) In Mechanical Engineering (ME) With Specialization (Hons.) In Design Engineering

1.Introduction to the course

Mechanical Engineering is a mature discipline believed to be the most attractive in terms of university graduate job opportunities ranging from designers, technical managers, analysts, business operations, technical sales managers, project managers, and inspectors. National Design Policy (2007), Indian Design Council (2009), and CII published India Design Report (2018) envisions Design Enabled Indian Industry. Design companies are growing in terms of number, portfolio expansion, foreign collaborations, and employment rate.

2.What are the learning outcomes?

•Apply knowledge of computing, engineering, and applied sciences to design, develop and maintain system components or processes that meet the specified needs and demands of the professional engineering practice.
•Continue to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, provide leadership and technical expertise, and practice engineering with ethical approaches and concern for society and environment.
•Engage in life-long learning by continuing their education in graduate or professional school or through opportunities for advanced career or professional training.

3.Lab Infrastructure:

•Design & Manufacturing Laboratory is equipped with CAD/CAM/CAE software, CNC Machine, 3D Printer, Gear Hobbing, High Speed Lathe, TIG/MIG Welding, Spot Welding, Furnace, Heavy Duty Shaping, Drilling and Milling.
•Materials Laboratory focuses on material testing and metallographic studies utilizing Ultrasonic Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscope, Cupping Machine, Fatigue Testing Machine, Magnetic Detection of Crack.
•Measurement Laboratory consists of several Gauges, Surface Roughness tester, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Trainer kits, Profile Projector, Vibration Testing.
•Computing Laboratory consists of high configuration work stations with essential programming and coding software tools.
•Thermal Engineering Laboratory houses Petrol and Diesel Engine Test Rigs, Calorimeter, Orsat Apparatus, Smoke Tester, Conductive/Convective/Radiative Heat Transfer Apparatus, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Test Rigs.
•Fluid Engineering Laboratory is equipped with Francis and Pelton Turbine Test Rigs, Reciprocating and Centrifugal Pump Test Rigs, Hydraulic Ram, Hydraulic Flume.

4.Internships/Project work

Internships offers a perfect blend of Industry-Academia environment which develops students with practical hands-on sessions, live projects and case studies to pursue the ideas, cultivate the spirit of curiosity, and sustain passion for excellence.
Project Works offers the students a platform to apply into action a mix of engineering knowledge and bags of imagination, innovation and creativity An unique end-to-end integration of design, engineering and business disciplines is the primary objective of the this work.

5.Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

The right skill set acquired through our programme paves the path for a lucrative career in core industries along with better scopes for switching-over career roles. The programme nicely blends with the coding skills which brands the Mechanical Engineering graduates as equally sought after in software engineering role in product and service-based companies.

6.Eligibility

60% Overall in 10+2, PCM required, rest as per AICTE

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B.Tech (Regular)

1. Introduction to the course:

The Mechanical Engineering course of ADAMAS University is designed with an endeavor to create globally competitive and employable engineers. With over 35 Foreign University tie-ups and Institute-Industry Collaborations, ADAMAS University offers the students a conducive and rewarding environment by contributing to seminars, live projects and case studies to pursue the ideas, cultivate the spirit of curiosity and sustain passion for excellence. The perfect blend of Industry-Academia environment develops students with practical hands-on sessions offering a dynamic teaching program for creating vibrant and successful community of professionals who can develop both concept and skill essential for design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of various kinds of mechanical systems and machinery. The students are offered with

• Expert Faculty team from IITs and NITs.
• Air-Conditioned classrooms equipped with projectors & audio-visual aids.
• Carefully designed curriculum with inputs from Industry Experts.
• Guest Lectures delivered by Industry Experts.
• Activities in Robotics, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Clubs.
• Industry exposure through Internship program and Industry visits.
• Educational study tours to Foreign Universities.
• Research facilities for students in Manufacturing, Design and Thermal Engineering domain.
• Career guidance through established Mentoring system.
• Offers under graduation, post-graduation course, aiming at bridging the gap between academic curriculum and industry needs.
• Faculty and Technical Assistants with rich experience and expertise.
• Smart class rooms and 11 departmental laboratories.
• Teaching-learning methodology designed to suit the needs of the students.
• Industry exposure through Industry Visits and Internship programs.
• Flexible curriculum offering a basket of Elective courses to fit into the wide spectrum of student interests
• Scope of Professional Skill Development at Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Clubs
• Credit based Project Work on Industry problems and in-vogue Research areas
• Collaborations with institutions at international level facilitating our students to get entry into institutes of global repute
• Value added training programs to meet the demands of the present job scenario
• Career guidance through established Mentoring system.
• Research driven academics.
• Right blend of traditional chalk & board and slide/animation/video tools for teaching
• Exposure to cutting edge technology through TECHGURU classes
• Well defined lesson plans for each subject
• Continuous evaluation of student performance
• Close monitoring of student attendance
• Summer Quarter classes and exams
• Compensatory and doubt-clearing classes

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

• Impart knowledge of mathematics, basic and applied sciences.
• Ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems based on data interpretation, design, experiment and analysis of results.
• Learn effective engineering communication.
• Ability to work in teams on multi-disciplinary projects in industry and research organizations.
• Develop awareness of the ethical, professional and environmental implications of work in a global and societal context.
• Ability to self-learn modern engineering tools, techniques, skills and contemporary engineering practice, necessary for engineering work.

 

3. Subjects covered:
Core Papers:
• Engineering Mechanics
• Fluid Mechanics
• Dynamics
• Engineering Thermodynamics
• Energy Resources
• Introduction to Materials
• Heat Transfer
• Manufacturing Process
• Solid Mechanics
• Characterisation and Performance of Engineering Materials
• Metrology and Measurements
• Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
• Thermal Engineering
• Machine Tools and Machining

Elective Papers:

• Finite Element Methods
• Industrial Engineering
• Automotive Systems
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Computer Numerical Control
• Thermal Power Engineering
• Internal Combustion Engine
• Design Optimization
• Vibration and Noise Control
• Machine Tool Design
• Non Traditional Manufacturing
• Applied Elasticity and Plasticity
• Flexible and Sustainable Manufacturing)
• Mechatronics
• Advanced Manufacturing Processes
• Operations Research and Production Planning

Allied Department Electives

• Digital Signal Processing
• Computer Graphics & Visualization
• Computer Networks.
• Object Oriented Programming.
• High Voltage Systems.
• Biomedical Instrumentation
• Electrical Drives
• Sensors & Actuators.
• Image and Video Processing
• Artificial Intelligence
• Electrical Engg. Materials
• Renewable Energy Resources
• Advanced Control Theory

 

4. Specializations:

• B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering
• B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering (Lateral Entry: Direct entry to 2nd year B-Tech)
• M-Tech in Mechanical Engineering
• Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

 

5. Lab Infrastructure:

• Engineering Drawing and CAD
• Engineering Workshop
• Prof. Core- Solid Mechanics Lab
• Prof. Core- Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab
• Prof. Core- Manufacturing Technology-I Lab
• Prof. Core- Metrology & Measurement Lab
• Prof. Core- Manufacturing Technology-II Lab
• Prof. Core- Kinematics & Dynamics of Machines Lab
• Prof. Core- Applied Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer Lab
• Advanced Manufacturing Technology
• Non-Destructive Testing & Evaluation
• Welding Engineering
• Non-Traditional Machining
• Automobile Engineering
• Internal Combustion Engines
• Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
• Computational Fluid Dynamics

 

6. Internships/Project work

• Industry Internship for each student
• Industry based Project work
• Preparatory technical session for internship drives
• Collaboration with Institute of Engineers to strengthen the industry linkage
• Special grooming classes as per industry requirement
• Industry connect through outreach programmes
• Dedicated team (CDC) for career development of students
• Special grooming classes for core-industry requirements
• Mini project and Major project are the integral part of the curriculum
• Establishment of Innovation Club by Mechanical Engineering Department inspires the students to showcase their talent in technical field
• Expert guidance in project work in various modern and trendy fields
• Publication of the project works in reputed journals
• Mock interviews

 

7. Eligibility

i) For Normal:
60% overall in 10+2 with Physics + Mathematics + Chem/BT/Biology/Technical Vocational (with 45%)

ii) For Lateral Entry:
B.Sc. (45%) and 10+2 with Maths and to clear Engineering Graphics/Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics Or Diploma (45%)

 

8. Research Opportunities:

Research AreaParticulars
Manufacturing EngineeringCorrosion Science, Material Science, Manufacturing Technology, materials evaluation for nuclear power generation, materials evaluation for oil and gas industries, evaluation of materials for structural applications, corrosion studies (general, localized, and SCC), analysis on crack growth rate (CGR) for a minute crack inside the structural material, failure analysis of structural materials with fracture surface evaluation, mechanical and metallurgical properties evaluation for nuclear grade/structural Metal/Metal Alloys, Machine Tools, Machining, Grinding, Surface Coating, application of CVD and PVD coatings in tribology and metal-ceramic joining, development of high performance diamond and cBN grinding wheel by precision brazing
DesignVibration and Noise Control, Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS), characterization of smart materials, and nonlinear vibration, novel material based piezoelectric vibrational energy harvester and actuator, FEM, Solid Mechanics, Aerospace Structure.
Thermal EngineeringANSYS, Fuzzy logic based VCRS design, Fluid flow along aerodynamic structure, exergy analysis, ANFIS, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Flow performance using winglets, Natural Convection, Radiation Heat Transfer, Refrigeration, Entropy generation, Thermal Power Plant, IC Engines, Nanofluid based heat transfer analysis, Hydraulic Ram Pump, Surge analysis
View Course Structure
B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering with Honours in Design Engineering

Bachelor Of Technology (B. Tech.) In Mechanical Engineering (ME) With Specialization (Hons.) In Design Engineering

1.Introduction to the course

Mechanical Engineering is a mature discipline believed to be the most attractive in terms of university graduate job opportunities ranging from designers, technical managers, analysts, business operations, technical sales managers, project managers, and inspectors. National Design Policy (2007), Indian Design Council (2009), and CII published India Design Report (2018) envisions Design Enabled Indian Industry. Design companies are growing in terms of number, portfolio expansion, foreign collaborations, and employment rate.

2.What are the learning outcomes?

•Apply knowledge of computing, engineering, and applied sciences to design, develop and maintain system components or processes that meet the specified needs and demands of the professional engineering practice.
•Continue to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, provide leadership and technical expertise, and practice engineering with ethical approaches and concern for society and environment.
•Engage in life-long learning by continuing their education in graduate or professional school or through opportunities for advanced career or professional training.

3.Lab Infrastructure:

•Design & Manufacturing Laboratory is equipped with CAD/CAM/CAE software, CNC Machine, 3D Printer, Gear Hobbing, High Speed Lathe, TIG/MIG Welding, Spot Welding, Furnace, Heavy Duty Shaping, Drilling and Milling.
•Materials Laboratory focuses on material testing and metallographic studies utilizing Ultrasonic Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscope, Cupping Machine, Fatigue Testing Machine, Magnetic Detection of Crack.
•Measurement Laboratory consists of several Gauges, Surface Roughness tester, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Trainer kits, Profile Projector, Vibration Testing.
•Computing Laboratory consists of high configuration work stations with essential programming and coding software tools.
•Thermal Engineering Laboratory houses Petrol and Diesel Engine Test Rigs, Calorimeter, Orsat Apparatus, Smoke Tester, Conductive/Convective/Radiative Heat Transfer Apparatus, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Test Rigs.
•Fluid Engineering Laboratory is equipped with Francis and Pelton Turbine Test Rigs, Reciprocating and Centrifugal Pump Test Rigs, Hydraulic Ram, Hydraulic Flume.

4.Internships/Project work

Internships offers a perfect blend of Industry-Academia environment which develops students with practical hands-on sessions, live projects and case studies to pursue the ideas, cultivate the spirit of curiosity, and sustain passion for excellence.
Project Works offers the students a platform to apply into action a mix of engineering knowledge and bags of imagination, innovation and creativity An unique end-to-end integration of design, engineering and business disciplines is the primary objective of the this work.

5.Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

The right skill set acquired through our programme paves the path for a lucrative career in core industries along with better scopes for switching-over career roles. The programme nicely blends with the coding skills which brands the Mechanical Engineering graduates as equally sought after in software engineering role in product and service-based companies.

6.Eligibility

60% Overall in 10+2, PCM required, rest as per AICTE

Download Course Structure
B.Tech. with Diploma Programs
B.Tech. with Minor Programs