About the department
Mechanical Engineering is an evergreen discipline as whatever field of engineering one wishes to pursue as a career, the basics of Mechanical Engineering come in handy in the effective design, development, and optimization of equipment and devices used in any industrial activity. Keeping in mind cutthroat competition in the industries and to cater to the needs of mechanical engineers in the industries of Gujarat and beyond, the college had started Mechanical Branch with the intake of 30 seats in the year 2004 affiliated to Saurashtra University, later was affiliated to Gujarat Technological University. Since 2018 it is now working under the aegis of Atmiya University
Department currently has an Intake of 60 at UG level and 42 at PG level including 24 in Production Engineering and 18 in CAD/CAM under Atmiya University. The faculties are well experienced in their respective fields and committed to producing world-class engineers. The Department has well-developed Laboratories and Workshop with an investment of more than Rs. 90 Lakhs.
Mechanical Department has State of the art Laboratories. In addition to normal laboratory facilities we have specialized labs in the area of CAD-CAM and Production. That includes CNC, VMC, TIG and MIG Welding machines, Non-destructive Testing Lab, Foundry sand testing labs which are used for research purposes.
Mechanical Department has actively involved in student all-round development through student-centric activities. Student clubs have been formed where Career enrichment programs are conducted in terms of seminars/workshops/certificate programs/ aptitude tests. Our students have actively participated in various technical activities and won prizes in many events including ASME and ASQ.
Being under the Private University Department has the flexibility to modify the syllabus as per the need of the industries. The department grooms a student to an extent that he/she can excel in the field of technology independently. Our students are well trained for the latest industrial technology and have good knowledge of the subjects of their curriculum. The skills are inculcated into the students through hands-on experience through experiments in labs. The communication and soft skills are also imparted to the students which ensures their 360 holistic development.
Mission, Vision & Values
- Restructuring the mechanical engineering curriculum in order to give rise to the present and future employment requirements.
- Upgrading the competency, capacity, and capability among the technical fraternity with a view to meeting the recent trends and challenges.
- Inculcate high moral values in favour of transformative learning and living.
To establish ourselves as one of the best Mechanical Engineering Department and continue to play an important role in the development of the region & the nation
Department provides adequate thrust for carrying out project work towards holistic technologies, production systems and management models to actualize the holistic way of life.
- (KB) A knowledge base for engineering: Demonstrated competence in university level mathematics, natural sciences, engineering fundamentals, and specialized engineering knowledge appropriate to the program.
- (PA) Problem analysis: An ability to use appropriate knowledge and skills to identify, formulate, analyze, and solve complex engineering problems in order to reach substantiated conclusions
- (Inv.) Investigation: An ability to conduct investigations of complex problems by methods that include appropriate experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data and synthesis of information in order to reach valid conclusions.
- (Des.) Design: An ability to design solutions for complex, open-ended engineering problems and to design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate attention to health and safety risks, applicable standards, and economic, environmental, cultural, and societal considerations.
- (Tools) Use of engineering tools: An ability to create, select, apply, adapt, and extend appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools to a range of engineering activities, from simple to complex, with an understanding of the associated limitations.
- (Team) Individual and teamwork: An ability to work effectively as a member and leader in teams, preferably in a multi-disciplinary setting.
- (Comm.) Communication skills: An ability to communicate complex engineering concepts within the profession and with society at large. Such ability includes reading, writing, speaking and listening, and the ability to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, and to give and effectively respond to clear instructions.
- (Prof.) Professionalism: An understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the professional engineer in society, especially the primary role of protection of the public and the public interest.
- (Impacts) Impact of engineering on society and the environment: An ability to analyze social and environmental aspects of engineering activities. Such ability includes an understanding of the interactions that engineering has with the economic, social, health, safety, legal, and cultural aspects of society, the uncertainties in the prediction of such interactions; and the concepts of sustainable design and development and environmental stewardship.
- (Ethics) Ethics and equity: An ability to apply professional ethics, accountability, and equity.
- (Econ.) Economics and project management: An ability to appropriately incorporate economics and business practices including project, risk, and change management into the practice of engineering and to understand their limitations.
- (LL) Life-long learning: An ability to identify and to address their own educational needs in a changing world in ways sufficient to maintain their competence and to allow them to contribute to the advancement of knowledge.
Program Specific Outcomes
- To produce engineering professionals capable of synthesizing and analyzing mechanical systems including allied engineering streams.
- An ability to adapt and integrate current technologies in the design and manufacturing domain to enhance employability.
- To build the nation, by imparting technological inputs and managerial skills to become Technocrats.
Scope of the Program
The role of a mechanical engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. In order to accomplish this, a broad range of skills are needed. The mechanical engineer needs to acquire particular skills and knowledge. He/she needs to understand the forces and the thermal environment that a product, its parts, or its subsystems will encounter; to design them for functionality, aesthetics, and the ability to withstand the forces and the thermal environment they will be subjected to; and to determine the best way to manufacture them and ensure they will operate without failure. Perhaps the one skill that is the mechanical engineer’s exclusive domain is the ability to analyze and design objects and systems with motion.
Mechanical engineers play a central role in such industries as automotive (from the car chassis to its every subsystem—engine, transmission, sensors); aerospace (airplanes, aircraft engines, control systems for airplanes and spacecraft); biotechnology (implants, prosthetic devices, fluidic systems for pharmaceutical industries); computers and electronics (disk drives, printers, cooling systems, semiconductor tools); micro-electromechanical systems, or MEMS (sensors, actuators, micropower generation); energy conversion (gas turbines, wind turbines, solar energy, fuel cells); environmental control (HVAC, air-conditioning, refrigeration, compressors); automation (robots, data and image acquisition, recognition, control); manufacturing (machining, machine tools, prototyping, micro-fabrication).
To put it simply, mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems. Specialized mechanical engineering subjects include biomechanics, cartilage-tissue engineering, energy conversion, laser-assisted materials processing, combustion, MEMS, microfluidic devices, fracture mechanics, nanomechanics, mechanisms, micropower generation, tribology (friction and wear), and vibrations.
The breadth of the mechanical engineering discipline allows students a variety of career options beyond some of the industries listed above. Regardless of the particular path they envision for themselves after they graduate, their education will have provided them with the creative thinking that allows them to design an exciting product or system, the analytical tools to achieve their design goals, the ability to overcome all constraints, and the teamwork needed to design, market, and produce a system. These valuable skills could launch a career apart from mechanical industries also in medicine, law, consulting, management, banking, finance, etc.
Having completed a Master in Production the following scope exists:
Production engineering as a career option in India is a lucrative profession. Production engineering is a combination of manufacturing technology with management science. A production engineer typically has a wide knowledge of engineering practices and is aware of the management challenges encountered during various phases of production. The production engineer aims to accomplish the production process in the smoothest and most-economic way.
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 Engineers can specialize in the knowledge of what every machine on the shop floor does and can resolve a breakdown if it occurs with their expertise.
Production Engineers can specialize in the knowledge of Quality and reliability of output from machines and how it can be improved. Today, these parameters are manual but in the industry 4.0 era, production engineers understanding code can enable machines to learn the quality problems and focus more on predicting quality problems rather than reactions.
Production Engineers will also have a scope in product design wherewith the knowledge of additive manufacturing and 3D Printing, programs to design a particular product can be written by the production engineer, and accordingly, he can 3D print the product.
|Sr. No.||Name of Students||Achievement||Photo of the student|
|1||Milan S. Vaishnav||Got Silver Medal on State level Indian Science & Engineering Fair|
|2||Piyush Malviya||ISTE best student award, 2017|
Research & Publications:
|Mechanical Enginnering Department Reserch paper presented data|
|Sr No.||Name of Faculty||Title of Paper||Name of Conference / Seminar / Symposium…||Publication||Organized by||From||To||ISBN No.|
|1||G.D.Acharya||Why Universal Human Value education for engineering professionals?||Role of Innovation & Human values in engineering & Technology||State||SHREE SWAMI ATMANAND SARASWATI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – [SSASIT], SURAT||15-12-18||15-12-18|
|2||G.D.Acharya||Corrosion Protection through Capsules- A review||NCCIKKDI||National||NACE||05-12-18||07-12-18|
|3||G.D.Acharya||Preventive Measures for Corrosion of Deicers to metals: Need of the Hour||CORCON-2018||National||“JAIPUR EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTRE”(JECC)||30-09-18||03-10-18|
|4||G.D.Acharya||Modeling of Material Removal rate in Electrical Discharge Machining by a Novel Approach and Comparision of Prediction Accuracy with other Models||International Conference on Innovations in Automation
and Mechatronics Engineering 2018,
|5||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Corrosion Protection through Capsules- A review||NCCIKKDI||National||NACE||05-12-18||07-12-18|
|6||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Preventive Measures for Corrosion of Deicers to metals: Need of the Hour||CORCON-2018||National||“JAIPUR EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTRE”(JECC)||30-09-18||03-10-18|
|7||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Why Universal Human Value education for engineering professionals?||Role of Innovation & Human values in engineering & Technology||State||SHREE SWAMI ATMANAND SARASWATI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – [SSASIT], SURAT||15-12-18||15-12-18|
|8||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Environmentally Responsible Manufacturing- Need of the Day for Foundry Industry||Emerging Trends in Engineering, Technology & Management||National||Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering||31-01-2014||01-02-2014|
|9||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Environment friendly manufacturing for foundry industries||International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Engineering & Technology||International||Merchant Education Campus, Basna, Mehsana||19-03-2014||21-03-2014|
|10||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Greening the Foundry Industries- Past, Present and Future||International Conference on Research Design & Development in Engineering, Management & Sciences||International||Kalol Institute of Technology & Research Center, Kalol||26-04-2015||26-04-2015|
|11||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Identifying Path to Defect Free Iron Casting Through Evaluation of Sand of FNB Mould System||in 3rd International Conference on Science, Engineering & Technology, in Afro- Asian International Conference||International||GEC, Bharuch||27-03-2015||28-03-2015|
|12||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Evaluation of Gas Porosity Defect in Furan No Bake System||National Conference on Innovative & Emerging Technology||National||S.R.Patel College, Mehsana||17-04-2015||18-04-2015||978-81-925650-0-2|
|13||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Hot Foundry Sand – A Major Problem in Furan No Bake Molding System||International Conference on Engineering: Issues, opportunities and Challenges for Development||International||S.N. Patel Institute of Technology & Research Centre, Umarakh, Ta: Bardoli, Dist: Surat||11-04-2015||11-04-2015|
|14||Manojkumar V Sheladiya||Minimization of Gas Porosity Defect in No-Bake Casting using Artificial Neural Network and Genetic Algotithm||Multi-Disciplinary international conference- GTUICON2019||International||GTU, Ahmedabad||16-03-2019||16-03-2019||978-93-5351-069-5|
|15||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Enhancing the Innovation skills in Engineering students through Design Thinking||Role of Innovation & Human values in engineering & Technology||National||Swami Atmanand Saraswati Institute of Technology & Science, Surat||15-12-18||15-12-18|
|16||Shivang S. Jani||Analysis & Optimisation Of Gear Tooth Profile||International Conference On Mechanical & Industrial Engineering||International||International Conference On
Mechanical & Industrial
|17||Pratik Tansukhray Kikani||Adopting Sand Binders Considering Sustainable Foundry-A Review||National Conference on Innovative & Emerging Technology||National||S.R.Patel College, Mehsana||17-04-2015||18-04-2015||978-81-925650-0-2|
|18||Pratik Tansukhray Kikani||Study of cracking susceptibility in Al alloys welds.||2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering||GCET, V V Nagar||24/02/2017||25/02/2017||978-93-84659-77-6|
|19||Pratik Tansukhray Kikani||A TECHNICAL REVIEW ON FUSION WELDING OF Al-Mg-Si ALLOY FOR MECHANICAL PROPERTIES.||Multi-Disciplinary international conference- GTUICON2019||GTU, Ahmedabad||16-03-2019||16-03-2019||978-93-5351-069-5|
|20||Shah Sagarkumar Indravadan||Comparative evaluation of arc welding processes on pitting corrosion and mechanical properties for duplex stainless steel weld||Multi-Disciplinary international conference- GTUICON2019||GTU, Ahmedabad||16-03-2019||16-03-2019||978-93-5351-069-5|
|21||Shah Jinesh Bipinbhai||TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN SUSTAINABLE FUELS PRODUCTION FROM BIOMASS– A RESEARCH INSIGHT THROUGH REVIEW AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS||Multi-Disciplinary international conference- GTUICON2019||International||GTU, Ahmedabad||16-03-2019||16-03-2019||978-93-5351-069-5|
|22||Keyur Vitthalbhai Parmar||“An overview on recent development in Functionally Graded Materials”,||2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering||GCET, V V Nagar||24/02/2017||25/02/2017||978-93-84659-77-6|
|23||Keyur Vitthalbhai Parmar||A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PVD AND CVD COATED INSERTS USED FOR IMPROVEMENT OF CUTTING TOOL LIFE||Multi-Disciplinary international conference- GTUICON2019||GTU, Ahmedabad||16-03-2019||16-03-2019||978-93-5351-069-5|
Faculty Development Programme:
|Sr.No||Department||Name of Faculty (FirstName MiddleName Surname)||Title||Level||Event Sponsoring Agency||Name and Place of Organizing Agency||From||To|
|1||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Computer Aided Design Using Solid Works||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science, Rajkot||23/03/2019||23/03/2019|
|2||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Maintanance of Machine Tool||State Level||AICTE,Delhi||RMS , Plytechnic, Vadodara||20/07/2009||22/07/2009|
|3||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Reinventing Academic Excellence Encountering the Vision Within||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||14-05-2018||18-05-2018|
|4||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||FDP on “IUCEE International Engineering Educator Pre-Certification”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||20/07/2016||22/07/2016|
|5||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||FDP on “Quality in Welding”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science,Rajkot & Fronius India Ltd.,Ahmedabad||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||23/03/2019||23/03/2019|
|6||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers||National Level||AICTE, Delhi||SVNIT, Surat||01-02-10||05-05-10|
|7||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Energy Conservation||State Level||LDRP Institute of Technology & Research, Gandhinagar||LDRP Institute of Technology & Research, Gandhinagar||16-08-10||21-08-10|
|8||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||Train the Faculty||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||28-06-13||29-06-13|
|9||Mechanical||Manojkumar V. Sheladiya||INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCEONTRANSFORMATIONS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION(ICTIEE – 2018)||International||IUCEE||Bennett University, Times of India Group, Greater Noida||04-01-18||06-01-18|
|10||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||STTP on “GD & T and Coordinate Metrology”||State||BVM,V.V.Nagar||BVM,V.V.Nagar||10/3/2011||16/03/2011|
|11||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||STTP on “Achieving TeachingExcellence”||National Level||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||19/12/2012||23/12/2012|
|12||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||STTP on ““Design and Manufacturing”||State||UGC, New Delhi||SP University, V.V.Nagar||30/12/2013||04/01/2014|
|13||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||FDP on “Reinventing Academic Excellence Encountering the Vision Within”||National Level||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||14/05/2014||18/05/2014|
|14||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||STTP on “Computer Aided Design Using Solidworks”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||14/12/2015||18/12/2015|
|15||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||FDP on “IUCEE International Engineering Educator Pre-Certification”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||20/07/2016||22/07/2016|
|16||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||STTP on ” Finite Element Analysis (FEA) “||State Level||SPFU,Gujarat and TEQIP – II, New Delhi||B.V.M Engineering College,V.V.Nagar||25/03/2017||31/03/2017|
|17||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||FDP on ” Surface Modeling in Solidworks for Engineering Applications”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science& SAI CAD Centre,Rajkot||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||22/02/2019||23/02/2019|
|18||Mechanical||Shivang S. Jani||FDP on “Quality in Welding”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science,Rajkot & Fronius India Ltd.,Ahmedabad||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||23/03/2019||23/03/2019|
|19||Mechanical||Hardik Navinbhai Chauhan||FDP FOR DESIGN ENGINEERING||State LEvel||GTU,Gandhinagar||GTU,Gandhinagar||13/03/2016||16/03/2016|
|20||Mechanical||Hardik Navinbhai Chauhan||COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN USING SOLID-WORKS||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||14-05-2014||18-05-2014|
|21||Mechanical||Hardik Navinbhai Chauhan||Reinventing Academic Excellence Encountering the Vision Within||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||14/12/2015||18/12/2015|
|22||Mechanical||Hardik Navinbhai Chauhan||How to write Effective Case Study ?||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||02/05/2020||02/05/2020|
|43||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||Computer Aided Design Using Solid Works||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science, Rajkot||14/12/2015||18/12/2015|
|44||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||Bearing Failure and Cuses||State LEvel||SKF bearing||SVNIT, Surat||15/07/2010||17/07/2010|
|45||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||Bearing Maintanance Technology||State LEvel||SKF bearing||SVNIT, Surat||18/08/2010||21/08/2010|
|46||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||Maintanance of Machine Tool||State LEvel||AICTE,Delhi||RMS , Plytechnic, Vadodara||20/07/2009||22/07/2009|
|47||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||Reinventing Academic Excellence Encountering the Vision Within||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||14-05-2014||18-05-2014|
|48||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||FDP on “Quality in Welding”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science,Rajkot & Fronius India Ltd.,Ahmedabad||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||23/03/2019||23/03/2019|
|49||Mechanical||Sagarkumar Indravadan Shah||FDP on “IUCEE International Engineering Educator Pre-Certification”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||20/07/2016||22/07/2016|
|26||Mechanical||Jinesh Bipinbhai Shah||Computer Aided Design Using Solid Works||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science, Rajkot||14/12/2015||18/12/2015|
|27||Mechanical||Jinesh Bipinbhai Shah||Bearing Failure and Cuses||State LEvel||SKF bearing||SVNIT, Surat||15/07/2010||17/07/2010|
|28||Mechanical||Jinesh Bipinbhai Shah||Bearing Maintanance Technology||State LEvel||SKF bearing||SVNIT, Surat||18/08/2010||21/08/2010|
|29||Mechanical||Jinesh Bipinbhai Shah||Maintanance of Machine Tool||State LEvel||AICTE,Delhi||RMS , Plytechnic, Vadodara||20/07/2009||22/07/2009|
|30||Mechanical||Jinesh Bipinbhai Shah||FDP on “Quality in Welding”||Region||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science,Rajkot & Fronius India Ltd.,Ahmedabad||Atmiya Instutute of Technology and Science||23/03/2019||23/03/2019|
|31||Mechanical||Jinesh Bipinbhai Shah||FDP on|