Admission Open for 2017-18

M.Tech

  • Department of Civil Engineering

    M. tech Programe

    • Structural Engineering
    • Intake-
      • Year 2013-2014 = 23 number of students (Third sem)
      • Year 2014- 2015 = 28 number of students (First sem)
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering

    M.Tech (Machine Design) programme

    Year of Starting : 2013.The program is approved by AICTE, Government of Karnataka and is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka.

    Duration : 02 Yrs.

    Intake : 30

    Objectives : The engineering field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, and structural analysis.  The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements in technology, and mechanical engineers today are pursuing developments in such fields as composites, mechatronics, and nanotechnology. The program curriculum involves Analysis of static and dynamic forces to design machine elements to meet strength, safety, reliability and cost specifications. The program focuses on Design of Mechanisms and Components using Analytical, Numerical and Experimental approaches. It aims to provide knowledge of behavior of materials and systems in both elastic and plastic ranges, failure modes and mechanisms in both static and dynamic conditions.

    Activities : The program mainly focuses on Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity, Theory of Plates and Shells, Advanced Vibrations, Finite Element Analysis, Kinematics Design, Tribology and Bearing Design, Fracture Mechanics, Experimental Stress Analysis, etc.
    The program is supported with Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Laboratory, ANSYS, Computer Aided Design (CAD) Laboratory (solid works),Edge Cam.Major Project Areas  are ample opportunities to get involved in projects are (but not restricted to)Design and Analysis of Mechanisms , Structural Analysis of Complex Systems (Aerospace, Automotive, Naval, etc.), Dynamic Behavior [Impact, Damping, Buckling] of Systems , Fatigue and Fracture Analysis.