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About Department

The department was established in 2013 with intake of 60 students. The department has excellent lab facilities and it has qualified, experienced and committed faculty members. The department gives importance not only to academic education and also ethical values and personality development of students. The students of mechanical department regularly organize various technical and extra curricular events. The department is also actively involved in placement of the students through ON/OFF campus interviews.

Vision & Mission

Vision

: To become a center of Excellence in producing the graduates as professional Mechanical Engineers with a high-quality education, innovative and entrepreneurial skills to secure the society and industry needs.

Mission

1. To impart high-quality education in curriculum and to build the students in their capacity and enhancing skills to make them globally competitive Mechanical Engineers.
2. To prepare the students by providing exceptional academic environment, leadership, ethical guidelines and lifelong learning needed for a long professional career.
3. To enhance the overall academic performance of the students gradually and thereby increasing their placement potential.
4. To build the institute-industry interaction by providing the internship programs.

PEO's, PSO's

PEO's:

PEO 1 : To prepare mechanical engineering graduates with an outstanding knowledge of mathematical, scientific, engineering, technology, management, humanities and various other interdisciplinary subjects for a successful career.
PEO 2 :To equip students with modern tools, technology and advanced software’s for deliberating engineering solutions.
PEO 3: Able to work individually and effectively in a team with a commitment to complete the task using proper communication skills, management skill and by updating the knowledge continuously in the work field.

PSO's

PSO 1 : Our graduate engineers will apply all the basic principles of mechanical engineering required in both private and public sector organizations. They can contribute to all national level research projects
PSO 2 : We produce graduate engineers specialized in Thermal, Manufacturing and Design.
PSO 3 : Our students are well equipped with industrial management skills, and interdisciplinary technologies.

CO's

HOD Profile


Mr Y.SEENAIAH received the Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering Department from Nagarjuna university, Guntur, India in 1997, and the Master of Engineering Degree in Production engineering from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi, India in 2000. He is Pursuing Ph.D. degree from JNTUK Kakinada. He is working as Associate Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering Department, Prakasam engineering college, kandukur. His current interested Research area is Welding in Manufacturing. He has more than 16 years of teaching experience.

Facilities/Laboratories


MACHINE TOOLS LAB

The Engineering workshop is aimed to provide the basic working knowledge of the production and properties of different materials used in the industry and to apprise the student of basics and applications of various types of tools, equipment and techniques used in manufacturing to facilitate shaping of these materials into useful components. The Engineering workshop should impart a good theoretical background as well as give a sound practical on hand practice to a student in various trades such as Carpentry, Fitting, House wiring and Tin smithy to serve the society in improving the living standards. Though engineers are not going to become carpenters or blacksmiths or skilled workmen on shop floor, but their exposure to these vocational trades provides them a bird’s eye view of basic practical activities associated with all branches of engineering.

HEAT TRANSFER LAB


Heat transfer is the science dealing with the transfer of energy in the form of heat from one body to another as a result of temperature difference between them. The science of heat transfer provides an explanation for the different modes of heat transfer and also enables one to predict the rate at which energy transfer takes place under specified conditions. These fundamentals will be used to link the phenomenological Heat transfer processes taking place in different engineering equipment. The lab consists of equipment for the measurement of thermal conductivity, convective and radiation behavior of different types of materials and objects in various conditions. The study of heat exchangers is also a part of this laboratory where heat transfer rate of different types of flows can be measured. The laboratory is helpful to the students in understanding various typical concepts of heat transfer by doing experimentation successive to the theory class. The equipment available in this laboratory is listed are Heat exchanger – parallel flow, Heat exchanger – counter flow, Composite slab / metal rod, Critical heat flux apparatus, Emissivity apparatus, Pin fin - natural convection, Pin fin - forced convection, Insulating powder apparatus, Forced convection apparatus, Stefan – Boltzmann’s apparatus, Lagged pipe apparatus.

THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB

The objective of this laboratory is to provide the student a good environment to understand some very important concepts and applications in the field of IC engines. These fundamentals will be used to link the phenomenological processes taking place in the engine for issues of: power generation, emissions and environmental impact, fuel economy and fuel composition effects on engine operation and mechanical limitations of obtaining ideal performance. This laboratory boasts of the latest internal combustion engines for research and academic purposes. P.C. Based single cylinder 4-stroke Diesel engine test rig, P.C. Based single cylinder 4-stroke Petrol engine test rig, and Variable compression ratio single cylinder 4-S Petrol engine test rig

PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY LAB


Production engineering encompasses the application of castings, machining processing, joining processes, metal cutting & tool design, metrology, machine tools, machining systems, automation, jigs and fixtures, die and mould design, material science, design of automobile parts, and machine designing and manufacturing. Production engineering also overlaps substantially with manufacturing engineering and industrial engineering. The names are often interchangeable.

Material Science Lab & Mechanics of Solids Lab


Materials scientists emphasize understanding how the history of a material (its processing) influences its structure, and thus the material's properties and performance. The understanding of processing-structure-properties relationships is called the § materials paradigm. This paradigm is used to advance understanding in a variety of research areas, including nanotechnology, biomaterials, and metallurgy. Materials science is also an important part of forensic engineering and failure analysis – investigating materials, products, structures or components which fail or do not function as intended, causing personal injury or damage to property. Such investigations are key to understanding, for example, the causes of various aviation accidents and incidents. Solid mechanics is fundamental for civil, aerospace, nuclear, biomedical and mechanical engineering, for geology, and for many branches of physics such as materials science.[1] It has specific applications in many other areas, such as understanding the anatomy of living beings, and the design of dental prostheses and surgical implants. One of the most common practical applications of solid mechanics is the Euler-Bernoulli beam equation. Solid mechanics extensively uses tensors to describe stresses, strains, and the relationship between them.

ENGINEERING WORKSHOP


The Engineering workshop is aimed to provide the basic working knowledge of the production and properties of different materials used in the industry and to apprise the student of basics and applications of various types of tools, equipment and techniques used in manufacturing to facilitate shaping of these materials into useful components. The Engineering workshop should impart a good theoretical background as well as give a sound practical on hand practice to a student in various trades such as Carpentry, Fitting, House wiring and Tin smithy to serve the society in improving the living standards. Though engineers are not going to become carpenters or blacksmiths or skilled workmen on shop floor, but their exposure to these vocational trades provides them a bird’s eye view of basic practical activities associated with all branches of engineering.

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) CENTRE


Manufacturers currently facing challenges in producing high quality products with reduced costs. As companies clinches global product development and production, the manufacturing enterprise requires expanded virtual engineering teams with fully integrated product development processes. To gain a competitive edge, manufacturers must look beyond commodity technologies, isolated tasks, individual efficiency, and point solutions to address the broader issues of product lifecycle productivity. CAD/CAM and its tools empower companies to design, simulate, and manufacture products in an integrated environment. The Computer Aided Design (CAD) Centre has leading edge CAD/CAM and CAE software and hardware facilities which include 75 computer systems and high-end CAD softwares such as Inventor series 5.3, ANSYS Multi Physics Ver10.0, Auto desk mechanical Solution Set 2006, Pro – E , Wild Fire 4.0,CATIA V 5R 15 and Star CCM++/design (software). A number of faculty and students have already made excellent use of these softwares for their computational and analytical projects and some are in progress.

SIEMENS FOR CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE (2016)


MOU WITH CENTRE FOR MECHTRONICS (ADVANCED ROBOT CONTROL)-2018


GERMAN DELEGATES WITH OUR STUDENTS


3D- EXPERIENCE LAB


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ACHIEVEMENTS

1. FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

APSSDC STATE LEVEL START UP WINNERSHIP RECEIVED BY HONBLE CHIEF MINISTER, AP IN 2018


THE BEST ENGINEERING COLLEGE "ON RURAL SERVICES" BY NIRDPR


2. STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS (2017-2018)


APSSDC STATE LEVEL START UP PROGRAMM (22-10-2018)


CHAMPIONSHIP IN SRUJANA -2017


PROJECT EXPO WINNERS IN SRUJANA -2017


Toppers

TOPPERS LIST 13 BATCH



TOPPERS LIST 14 BATCH


Internships

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Prakasam Engineering College

Kandukur, Prakasam District,
Andhra Pradesh

Phone : +91-8598-222288,

Email : pec@prakasamec.com

Directions to Campus

Ongole to Kandukur - 50 Kms: Non Stop Buses every 30 Mins. Singrayakonda(Railway Station) to Kandukur - 13 Kms: Local Buses are available Kandukur to College - 3 Kms: 5 Mins travel time either by Bus or Auto

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