Department of Mechanical Engineering

MISSION & VISION

THE VISION

To nurture excellence in the field of mechanical engineering by fostering a culture dedicated towards quality teaching and learning to create professionals ready to meet the demanding challenges in field of Mechanical Engineering and allied areas.

THE MISSION

  • To provide quality education with ample scope to include basic engineering knowledge and      specialized training to meet the emerging needs of mankind.
  • To inculcate ethical, professional and leadership qualities to prepare globally competitive human   resources
  • To maintain state- of -the art facilities for creating opportunities to learn, interpret, apply and disseminate knowledge
  • To collaborate with reputed industries and institutes through knowledge sharing and training.

PEOs

PROGRAM   EDUCATIONAL  OBJECTIVE(PEOs)

PEO1: Graduates shall apply principles of machine design, production and thermal engineering  and management concepts to identity, formulate and solve the real life problems during their successful career in Mechanical and allied Engineering.

PEO2: Graduates shall have technical ability along with good communication, ethical values and team spirit and shall apply modern tools and techniques to provide solutions for environmental and social issues.

PEO3: Graduates shall opt for higher education or research through continuous learning.

PEO4: Graduates shall excel in the operational areas of the industries, as entrepreneurs by applying manufacturing and management practices.

POs

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PSOs

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME(PSOs)

PSO1:An ability to apply their knowledge in the domain of engineering mechanics, design, fluid, thermal, industrial engineering and advanced technologies in solving engineering problems for the benefits of society.

PSO2: Capable of successfully qualifying in national level competitive examinations for higher studies and employment.

STRENGTHS

  • Highly experienced and dedicated faculties enrich the department.
  • Accredited by NBA.
  • Regular interactions with professional experts from industries as well as institutions.
  • The department boasts of membership of professional bodies like NAFEMS, IIIE & SAE.
  • National conferences and Workshops are organized to enhance technical and managerial skills in faculties, students and staff.
  • In-depth  research and development in the areas of  non-conventional energy resources, multi-body dynamics and computational fluid dynamics under the guidance of expert faculties opening doors to new opportunities to the budding engineers.
  • In-house designed and developed Robotics lab.
  • Several apparatuses and equipment’s for RAC, HMT & DOM labs are designed and fabricated in-house and provided to other institutions.
  • Fully furnished and state-of-the-art laboratories and Workshop.
  • Industrial visits to various companies like Ashok Leyland, Topworth Steels, Bhilai Steel Plant, JayaswalNeco Industries Ltd., etc. every semester.
  • Well maintained departmental library with all kinds of reference books.
  • Houses two center of excellence: Advance Mechanism Design & Systems Lab.
  • Department is approved as Research Centre for Doctoral Work under CSVTU, Bhilai.
  • Well equipped & furnished Seminar Hall with projector facilities.

LABORATORIES

The department has fully equipped labs for Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning, Energy Conservation System, Thermodynamics, Internal Combustion Engines, Material Testing, Fluid Mechanics & Machinery, Heat and mass Transfer, Automobile, Dynamics of Machines, Kinematics of Machines, Mechanical Measurement and Metrology, Robotics, CAD, CAM etc. as per University scheme.

AIM

Function of student’s association is oriented towards the development and betterment of students through all angles. Through student’s council, various programs are undertaken so that the talents of students in respect of technical ability, cultural and sports talents are put forward.

Mechanical Engineering Association (MEA)

The MEA represents the student body of Mechanical Engineering Department and provides outlets for students to be involved in meaningful and personality enhancing activities that support the mission of the department to facilitate the overall development of budding mechanical engineers. Established in the year 2003, the fundamental objective of the association is to promote professionalism supported by vision and integrity for service of humanity. For cumulative personality development of the students, the MEA provides extra-curricular, co-curricular and other important activities beneficial to students.

The activity of MEA directly contributes to enhancing the soft skills of the students which plays a pivotal role in facing the challenges towards success. Some of the activities are Paper Presentation, Technical debates, Technical Quiz, Technical Seminars, Project and Model Exhibition, Cultural Activities and Sports events.

2016-17
Electricity generation through height adjustable suspension unit.
This project focuses on the conversion of shock-up energy from the road surface to electrical energy via generator unit. The height adjustability of suspension is also taken into consideration, as variation in height of suspension system can alter the ground clearance of the vehicles as well as effective stroke length for power generation. This suspension can be effectively utilized and can be a cheaper alternative in mass production.

Fabrication of Losses in Pipe Friction Apparatus
This report presents computational investigation of turbulent flow inside a pipe. In this work, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model of fully developed turbulent flow in a pipe is implemented with the help of ANSYS FLUENT 15.0 software and the variation of axial velocity and friction factor along the length of pipe is analysed. The fluid used for this purpose is water. The results obtained computationally are found in well agreement with the results obtained analytically.

Analysis of thermal conductivity of composites
This project presents a numerical, experimental and analytical investigation on the thermal conductivity enhancement of Blast furnace slag filled epoxy composites. In the numerical study, the experimental analysis is implemented to calculate the effective conductivity of the composite. A composite block of required dimension has been fabricated which has filler material blast furnace slag in the suitable percentage of volume. This study shows that the incorporation of blast furnace slag particulates results in the improvement of thermal conductivity of epoxy resin.

Fabrication and analysis of thermoelectric refrigerator
Thermoelectric refrigeration is new alternative because it can convert waste electricity into useful cooling, is expected to play an important role in meeting today’s energy challenges. The objective of this study is to design and develop a working thermoelectric refrigerator interior cooling volume of 5L that utilizes the Peltier effect to refrigerate and maintain a selected temperature from 7 °C to 22 °C.

2015-16
Pneumatic hacksaw machine
The objective of the project was to automate the conventional power hacksaw machine in order to achieve high productivity of work pieces than the power hacksaw machine using pneumatic power. The pneumatic reciprocating high-speed hacksaw machine has an advantage of working in high pressure , the hacksaw used in this is reciprocate such that required shape can be obtained according to the requirement.

Pneumatic sheet metal cutting machine
The objective of the project was to fabricate sheet metal cutting machinewhich is simple in mechanism, easy operate and less space required.Hydraulic machines are also available for sheet metal cutting. But this method is used for only heavy metal cutting and its cost is very high. In this project, Pneumatic system for sheet metal cutting is presented. It is operated by a pneumatic hand lever of two ways control valve.Control valve is operated by a compressor.
UV and gamma ray induced Mechanoluminescience on Sr2 SiO4:Eu2+,Dy3+ phosphor
Photoluminescence study of Sr2SiO4: Dy3+­ doped phosphor which is synthesized by solid state reaction method. Synthesized phosphor was characterized by XRD, SEM and PL analysis. From the XRD pattern structural analysis and crystallite size was calculated. The spectrophotometric determination of prepared phosphor was calculated by CIE technique. The prepared phosphor is suitable for blue-green emission for display applications.

Experimental test rig of Heat Pump
The objective of our project was to design and fabricate the Heat Pump Experimental Test Rig and to estimate the coefficient of performance. An air to air heat pump experimental test rig was fabricated.Refrigerant R134a was used as a heat carrying substance. The test rig contains the Reciprocating Compressor of capacity ¼th ton and fin & tube type heat exchangers. The operating cycle on which our test rig works is vapour compression cycle. The actual result obtained is approximately within the range of theoretical values.

Optimization of cutting parameters for MRR and Machining Power by DOE
The productivity and quality are two important characteristics those control most of the manufacturing processes. In this study, quality of machined surfaces in turning operation is optimized through Taguchi method.Factorial designs (DOE) methodology, is applied to optimize the cutting parameters in vertical CNC milling machine while machining AISI4340 alloysteel, hardness 350 HB with coated carbide tool.

2014-2015
Study and Fabrication of Constant oil leveler
Constant oil leveler maintains the level of oil in the marked level. A model is developed where oil is maintained as per the requirement. Different sensors are attached for monitoring high and low level of oil in the tank.   
The outcome of the project is to develop a Constant oil leveler in which oil is maintained at a pre-determined level. If the oil levels falls due to leakage in the system sensor.   
Surveillance and pesticide sprinkling through Quadcopter
The concept of quadcopter is a unique one involving the use of high speed motors and rotors to perform flight operations by enabling the four rotors configuration. The quadcopter may be used for ground air surveillance and pesticides spreading on farm fields. The project involves the design and fabrication of a fully-fledged quadcopter having capabilities to perform the afore- said objectives.

Bench scale Wind tunnel model
A bench-top wind tunnel model is developed for demonstration purposes.  The design of the wind tunnel components such as contraction section, test-section and diffuser section is done as per the standard methodology in the open literature.  The wind tunnel model is able to generate a wind speed in the range of 2 – 10 m/s.  Depending upon the model placed in the test-section, and the lift generated, the corresponding weight loss is indicated in the weighing balance.   

Waste Heat utilization from Condenser of Refrigerator
The objective of this project was to determine the energy savings associated with improved utilization of waste heat from a domestic refrigerator.  Utilization of the waste heat of the condenser by desuperheating of compressor discharge gas is presented in the project. The heat absorbed by water has been observed to be maximum during full load. The heat recovery technique, which can be applied to a refrigeration system provides a compound air-cooling and water-cooling. The use of heat recovery system illustrates the improvement in COP and also the reduction in power consumption.
Fabrication of centralized air-conditioning test rig model with AHU
The objective   of the project is to analyze the various factors that affect the working of central air conditioning test rig model and the benefits of using air handling unit. It also includes study of various types of ducts and the material used for manufacturing of ducts. A central air conditioning test rig model is fabricated with air handling unit and load and performance calculations are done through experimentation.

2016

2016
Date Name of Activity Number of Participants
15th & 16th FEBRUARY 2016 Industrial Visit at JAYASWAL NECO INDUSTRIES LTD. 84

2015

2015
Date Name of Activity Number of Participants

2ND NOVEMBER,2015

Industrial Visit at JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 60
7TH OCTOBER,2015 Industrial Visit at EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG 60
17TH OCTOBER,2015 Industrial Visit at EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG 60
7th FEBRUARY2015 Industrial Visit at VOSSLOH BEEKAY CASTING LTD. 60
23rd August, 2015 NAVMEET ‘15

2014

2014
Date Name of Activity Number of Participants
11th April 2015 Fire Forever-A farewell Party  
19th Nov 2014 to 22nd Nov 2014 “Make Your Move- Season 3” – A dance competition  
17th Sept 2014 to 25th Sept 2014 Football Fever - Season 3  
14th Sep’14 Navmeet-A Fresher’s Party  

Visits

Industrial Visits
Year NAME OF INDUSTRY/PLACE
DATE SEM. TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS
2018 BHILAI STEEL PLANT, BHILAI 23th Feb. 2018 6th & 8th 16
2018 EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG 22nd Feb. 2018 4th A 46
2018 BHILAI STEEL PLANT, BHILAI 17th Feb. 2018 6th A&B 28
2018 HARIOM GROUP, BHILAI 16th Feb. 2018 6th A&B 43
2018 COREFAB PROJECT PVT. LTD, HIA, HATHKHOJ, BHILAI, 5th Feb. 2018 6th & 8th 16
2018 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, RAJNANDGAON 25th Jan. 2018 4th B 46
2017 CIPET, INDUSTRIAL AREA BHANPURI, RAIPUR 24TH OCT. 2017 5TH B 45
2017 CIPET, INDUSTRIAL AREA BHANPURI, RAIPUR 24TH OCT. 2017 5TH A 45
2017 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, RAJNANDGAON 18TH JULY,2017 3RD A 40
2017 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, TEDESARA, RAJNANDGAON (C.G.) 31.03.2017 4th - B 25
2017 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, TEDESARA, RAJNANDGAON (C.G.) 31.03.2017 4th - A 25
2017 (1) STAR CIRCLIPS PVT. LTD. NAGPUR (MAHARASTRA)
(2) MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA PVT. LTD. NAGPUR (MAHARASTRA)
(3) TATA AERONAUTICAL LTD. NAGPUR (MAHARASTRA)
3rd & 4th Feb. 2017 6th – A&B 20
2016 CORE-FAB PROJECTS PVT. LIMITED, INDUSTRIAL AREA , BHILAI 14th October, 2016 5th B 40
2016 BHILAI STEEL PLANT (BSP) 30TH, Sptember 2016 5TH A 54
2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 23rd,Sptember 2016 3rd A 40
2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 22nd,Sptember 2016 3rd  B 40
2016 DEVBHOG MILK PROCESSING PLANT KUMHARI 8th APRIL,2016 6TH B 60
2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 18th
FEBUARY,2016
4TH A 30
2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 17th
FEBUARY,2016
4TH A 30
2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 16th
FEBUARY,2016
4TH B 31
2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 15th
FEBUARY,2016
4TH B 30
2015 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LMTD. ANJORA DURG 02ND NOVEMBER,2015 5TH B 60
2015 EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG 27TH OCTOBER,2015 3RD B 60
2015 EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG 17TH OCTOBER,2015 3RD A 60

 

 

2017 - 2018

S. NO Date Duration Name of Resource Person

Background of

resource person

(Designation, Industry/Institution)

Topics Covered No. Of students attended the lecture Remarks
1 28/7/2017 2:00 Hours Mr. L. L. CHOUHAN PCRA (Petroleum Conservation Research Association - Raipur : a body under Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, GOI) 1) Energy scenario & its data 2) Energy conservation in Thermal Power Plant 3) Video on Global warming 5th Sem. A+B, (80)
2 8/3/2017 2:00 Hours Ms. Sneha Mokal (Application Engineer - ANSYS) ANSYS & Its Application 5th Sem. A+B, (80) 7th Sem. A+B (80)
3 01.07.2017 2:00 Hours Mr. Vivek Kumar Sen Design Engineer Tata Technologies Pune Scope of design & fixtures 5th Sem. A+B, (50)
4 9/7/2017 2:00 Hours Mr. Dilp Mohanty Cheef HRM, Jayaswal NECO Industries, Siltara Raipur Campus to Corporate 5th & 7th Sem. A+B, (120)
5 14/9/2017 2:00 Hours Mr. Rajesh Tiwari Skill development contant, Durg Special skill development 5th & 7th Sem. A+B, (120)
6 22.09.2017 2:30 Hours Mr. Sanjay Ashatkar/ Mr. Suraj Singh State head, (IBM Business School Hyderabad) Campus to Corporate 7th Sem. A+B, (100)

2016 - 2017

S. NO Date Duration Name of Resource Person Background of resource person(Designation, Industry/Institution) Topics Covered No. Of students attended the lecture Remarks
1 21/7/2016 1:30 Hours Mr. RAVINDRA KUMAR SAHU ELECTRICAL & AUTOMATION INDUSTRY,PROCESS INDUSTRY,OMAN "HOW TO SET YOUR GOAL" 5th Sem. A+B, (120)
2 26/7/2016 1:30 Hours Mr. SHISHIR KUMAR PERSAI DIRECTOR (REWA ACADEMY,BHILAI) "HOW TO EXCEL IN PSU EXAMINATIONS " 5th Sem., A+B, (120)
3 8/4/2016 1:30 Hours MS MUGDHA DONGRE & MS NRILIPTA MALLIK TECHNICAL OFFICER, CIPET, CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PLASTICS ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,RAIPUR "PLASTICS PROCESSING & TECHNOLGY" 7th Sem., A+B, (70)
4 23/8/2016 1:30 Hours Mr. AMIN SHAH SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER,COLT TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, UK "ENHANCING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES" 5th Sem., A+B, (120)
5 29.09.2016 2:00 Hours Dr. Jeoraj Jain RETIRED FROM TATA GROUP "REVOLUTIONARY PRINCIPLE FOR BEING LIVING ENTITY (CONSERVATION & UTILYSATION OF WATER) CASE STUDY OF WATER 3rd & 5th Sem. A&B, (200)

2015 - 2016

S. NO Date Duration Name of Resource Person Background of resource person(Designation, Industry/Institution) Topics Covered No. Of students attended the lecture Remarks
1 19/01/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. Archit Soni & Mr. Dheeraj dubey Academic Head (CL-Career launcher), Mentor (CL-Career launcher) "Career Guidance" 6th Sem. (118) Guest Lecture
2 19/01/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. Rakesh Pandey AGM (Engg. Design & Drawing, Bhilai Steel Plant) "Know Yourself" 4th Sem (119) Guest Lecture
3 21/01/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. Nitin Dewangan Lead Engineer (John Deere, Pune) "Career Guidance" 6th Sem (118) Guest Lecture
4 21/01/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. Nitin Dewangan Lead Engineer (John Deere, Pune) "Career Guidance" 6th Sem (118) Guest Lecture
5 23/01/2016 1.5 hrs Dr. T.Unnikrishnan Prof. Dean,Indira Kala & Sangeet univercity, Khairagarh "How to leave Life Positively" 4th Sem (119) Guest Lecture
6 10/2/2016 3:5 Hours Mr. Karan Baghel Software Analyst, DCS, Bhilai "Introduction about Auto-cad" 4thB Sem (59) Workshop
7 15/2/2016 3:5 Hours Mr. Karan Baghel Software Analyst, DCS, Bhilai "Introduction about Auto-cad" 4thA Sem (60) Workshop
8 3/3/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. Nitin Pandya Director, CAD ACADEMY "Virtual Prtotyping" 4th(A+B) Sem (119) Guest Lecture
9 3/3/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. Nitin Pandya Director, CAD ACADEMY "Virtual Prtotyping" 6th(A+B) Sem (118) Guest Lecture
10 9/3/2016 1.5 hrs Mr. G.P. Singh DGM,BSP & Secretary QCIF, Bhilai Chapter "Quality- Control" 6th(A+B) Sem (118) Guest Lecture
1 30/07/2015 1.5 hrs Mr. Sijo Thomas GERMAN GULF ENTERPRISES LMTD,ABU DHABHI (UAE) "Techniques to crack an interview" 7th Sem. (120) Guest Lecture
2 30/07/2015 1.5 hrs Mr. Someshwardas Gupta Sr. Manager (Comercial),Relience Industries lmtd.,Jamnagar "Entrepreneurship Development Skills" 5th Sem (120) Guest Lecture
3 4/8/2015 1.5 hrs Mr. Vikash Kesharwani Director (Admin.), ShemfordFuturistic School, Kawardha "Entrepreneurship Development Skills" 5th Sem (120) Guest Lecture

Name : Er. R. A. Mishra   
Designation: Associate Professor
Areas of interest: Refrigeration & Air conditioning, Theory of machine   
Email : ramishra [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 - 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (236)
Name: Er. Santosh Kumar Sharma
Designation: Professor
Areas of interest: Reverse Logistic, Supply Chain Management
Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Email: santoshsharma [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 - 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (146)
Name: Er. Sanjay Kumar Singh    
Designation: Professor
Areas of interest: Industrial Engg. , Kinematics
Email : sanjaysingh [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (180)
Name : Dr. K. Sridhar
Designation: Professor & In-charge HOD
Areas of interest: Design and Modeling of Manufacturing Systems
Email : ksridhar [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 320884 (Off.), Ext. (155)
Name : Dr. Pankaj Kumar Gupta
Designation: Professor
Areas of interest: Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Elements
Fluid and Thermal Sciences, Solar energy utilization
Email : pankajkgupta [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 320884 (Off.), Ext. (122)
Name: Er. H. R. Chandrakar    
Designation: Senior Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: I.E, Product development,
Production Management, Design, & Engg. Graphics  
Email : hrchandrakar [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 - 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (140)
Name: Dr. Vivek Mishra
Designation: Senior Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Composites, Tribology, Wear, Manufacturing.
Email : vivekmishra [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (136)

Name: Er. Priyank Shrivastva    
Designation: Senior Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Design & FEM
Email : priyankshrivastava [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (136)
Name: Er. Dehal Ram Nishad    
Designation: Assistant Professor.
Areas of interest: Industrial Engg. & Theory of machine.
Email : dehalram [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (244)
Name: Er. Kawal Lal Kurrey
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: CAD/CAM.- Robotics
E-mail : kawallalkurrey [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No. 0788-2625302 (Off) , Ext. (129)
Name: Er. Rajesh Kumar Ojha
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Thermal Engineering, CFD, Renewable Energy, I. C. Engine
Email : rajeshojha [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (245)
Name: Er. Nishant Kumar Shukla   
Designation:  Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Applied Thermodynamics & Industrial Engg.
Email : nishantshukla [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (182)
Name: Er. Rituraj Chandrakar
Designation:  Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Green Supply Chain Management, Multi Criteria Decision Making
Optimization Techniques, Design of Experiments.
Email : riturajchandrakar [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (245)
Name : Er. Budhdeshwar Kumar
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Micromachining and Micro Manufacturing
Email : budhdeshwarsahu [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.), Ext. (136)
Name: Er. Sudeep Kumar Pradhan
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Thermal Engineering
Email : sudeeppradhan [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 – 2320884 (Off.)
Name: Ms. Subhalaxmi Y S M Murthy
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest Refrigeration & Air conditioning, Heat and mass transfer
Email :  subhalaxmi [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.:
Name: Avinash Gavel
Designation: Asst. Professor
Area of interest: Vibration, Cryogenics, Ergonomics Mechatronics and Bio-composites
Email id: avinashgavel [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No. :

Name:Mr. Ajay Kr. Gupta
Designation:Associate Professor
Areas of interestCryogenics, Computation Fluid Dynamics,
Refrigeration & Air conditioning,Fluid Flow Heat Transfer.    
Email : ajaygupta [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 - 2320884 (Off.)

Name:Mr. Abhishek Chandraker
Designation:Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Design, Automobile,Robotics    
Email : abhishekchandrakar [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.:91-9039947554
Name: Er. Revendra Deshmukh
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest Refrigeration & Air conditioning, Engineering Mechanics,
Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Solid, Industrial Engineering
Email :  revendradeshmukh [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 9770128053, 8085917777
Name: Mr. Somdutt Sahu
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Thermodynamics, Material Science, Fluid Mechanics  
Email :  somduttsahu [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 8982105507
Name: Er. Abhash Shukla
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest Thermal science, Heat Pipes, Nanotechnology
Email : abhashshukla [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788 - 2320884 (Off.)
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