Mechanical Engineering being one of the core branches of Engineering have driven the world of technology to excellence. Mechanical Engineering is the science and Art of forecast, design, development and control with innovative application of engineering and scientific principles. Being one of the fundamental branches of engineering, mechanical Engineering has its application in almost all the branches of engineering.
M-CET started the undergraduate B.Tech programme in mechanical engineering in the year 2005. The mission of our department is to equip professionals to cope up with the fast changing requirements of the world. We are committed to mould future leaders for the society whose vision is founded up on fundamental knowledge, analytical skills, creativity, perspective and ethics.
The four-year B-tech course in mechanical engineering contains well-organized scheme/ syllabi, which will provide a broad base to the students on which a successful carrier can be founded. The objective of this department is the excellence in technology by combining the basic knowledge with the groundbreaking support of workshop/lab practices.
The course cover all the core disciplinary areas of mechanical engineering including Dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, material science, production technology, mechanics of machines, automobile engineering etc.
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering : 120 Seats
M.Tech in Thermal Science : 18 Seats
Dr B Sivasubramonian
HOD – ME
Dr B Sivasubramonian joined as Professor and HOD in Mechanical Engineering Department. He had his Bsc Engineering (Mechanical) and MBA from college of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram. He obtained M.tech (Mechanical) and PhD (Aerospace) from IIT, Madras. Post graduation is in field of Heat Transfer and Thermal Power. PhD is on “Studies on the free vibration Characteristics of unstiffened and stiffened plates and circular cylindrical panels”.
He had long service at VSSC, TVM wherein he was the Group Director for the structural analysis and testing activities. He had worked in SLV and PSLV projects, involved in the design and development of GSLV MKIII and Reusable Technology Demonstrator (RLV-TD).He has been heading the software development activities on structural analysis by finite element method. After superannuation, he was appointed as Dr Bhramprakash professor at VSSC for continuing the activities related to software development. He is a member of several Professional bodies and has several publications to his credit.
You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org