INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IGIT)

An Autonomous Institute of Govt. of Odisha

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Mechanical Engineering

Dr. B. D Sahu
( Head of The Department )
Ph.D.

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Faculty Members

Professor

Dr. S.K. Senapati
Professor
B.Sc. Engg., M.Tech (IIT, Delhi) Ph. D., (J.U.), MISTE, MIE (India)

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Dr. R.K. Swain
Professor
B.Sc. (Engg.), M.Tech.(IIT, Delhi), Ph.D. (IIT, Delhi)

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Associate Professor

Dr. B.B. Choudhury
Associate Professor
Ph.D.

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Asst. Professor

Dr. N. C. Nayak
Asst. Professor
B.E., M.Tech(IIT, KGP), Ph. D. (IIT, KGP)

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Sri P. R. Dhal
Asst. Professor
Ph. D. Continuing (N.I.T. Rourkela)
E: prdhal@igitsarang.ac.in

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Dr. D. K. Behera
Asst. Professor
B. E. (NIT Nagpur), M.E. (S.U.), Ph.D (Jadavpur University)
E: dkb_igit@rediffmail.com

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Miss Jayashree Nayak
Asst. Professor
M.Tech.

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Ms. Supriya Sahoo
Asst. Professor
M.Tech

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Miss Babita Singh
Asst. Professor
M. Tech.

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Dr. Rabinarayan Sethi
Asst. Professor
Ph. D , M.Tech (Mechanical System Design)MBA, MIE (India),MISTE, FGIST(Australia).
E: rabinsethi@gmail.com

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Mr. Sudhakar Majhi
Asst. Professor
M. Tech.

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Mr. Manoj Muni
Asst. Professor
M. Tech.

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Miss July Randhari
Asst. Professor
M. Tech.

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Asst. Professor (CONTRACTUAL)

Mrs. Sunita Panda
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech(CV Raman,BBSR)

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Mr. Ananta Kumar Das
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech (Thermal Engineering), NIT Rourkela

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Mr. Dhiren Mohapatra
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech (Cryogenic & Vacuum Technology), NIT Rourkela,

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Mr. Ananda Kumar Sahoo
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech (Production Engineering), VSSUT, Burla

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Mr. Subrat kumar samal
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech (Production Engineering), VSSUT, Burla

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Mr. Sagar Kumar Murmu
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech (Welding Engineering), NIT Trichy

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Miss Supriya Priydarshini
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech, IGIT Sarang,

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Miss K . Suna
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B. Tech.

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Mr K. Kar
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech

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Mr. D.N Dash
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech.

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Miss. S. Priyadarsini
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B. Tech.

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Programme Outcomes

The Course Outcomes (COs) of the Mechanical Engg. Dept. is as follows.


CO-1. Characterize and select materials for design by evaluating the linkages between material properties, micro structures and processing.


CO-2. Analyze materials engineering problems using a balance of mathematics, physics and chemistry including thermodynamics, mass, momentum and energy transport, kinetics and mechanics of materials.

CO-3 Solve materials engineering problems. Identify and formulate problems, develop and apply analytical and experimental methods of investigation, identify contributing factors and generate, validate, and evaluate alternative solutions.

CO-4. Design processes for the extraction, synthesis and processing of materials to meet technical, economic, environmental and ethical needs and constraints.

CO-5. Communicate effectively in a professional environment through technical reports and presentations. Ability to speak fluently and justify technical solutions to diverse audiences.

CO-6. Recognize and evaluate the societal benefits of materials engineering. Appreciate and evaluate the environmental and societal impact of materials. Recognize the importance of professional and ethical responsibilities, the evolving nature of materials engineering and the importance of lifelong learning.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of the Mechanical Engg. Dept. is as follows.

an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

an ability to function on Interdisciplinary teams such as Data base Management & Object Oriented Programming.

e. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems,

an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

an ability to communicate and coordinate effectively.

the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economical, environmental, and social context,

a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning,

a knowledge of contemporary issues.

an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Programme Educational Objectives

To produce highly qualified, well-rounded, and motivated graduates possessing fundamental knowledge of Mechanical Engineering who can provide leadership and service to Odisha, the Nation, and the World.

To pursue creative research and new technologies in Mechanical Engineering and across disciplines in order to serve the needs of industry, government, society, and the scientific community by expanding the body of knowledge in the field.

To develop partnerships with industrial and government agencies.

To achieve visibility by active participation in conferences and technical and community activities

To publish enduring scientific articles and books.

Mission of the Department

To produce High class mechanical Engineers who can successfully survive in this era of Industrialization by updating with the advancement in the areas of Computer Aided Design (CAD), Robotics, Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS) and Nontraditionally Machining etc.


To produce Entrepreneurs who can create job opportunity to the society.


To produce Research oriented Mechanical Engineers who can pursue their carrier by studying post graduate courses and can be absorbed in Research and Development organizations.

Vision of the Department

To continuously achieve excellence in the field of Mechanical Enginering and research programmes towards the service to Humanity.

Laboratory Facilities

The following well equipped laboratories are available.

Applied Mechanics.
Automobile Engineering.
Bio-Medical Engineering.
CAD / CAM.
Composite Material.
Finite Element Application.
Hydraulic Machines.Fluid Mechanics.
Instumentation.
Machine Dynamics and Rotor Dynamics.
Mechanical Vibration.
Material Testing.
Production and Metrology.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.
Thermal Engineering.
Tribology.
Workshop
Workshop Superintendent Dr. B. D. Sahoo, Prof Mech.
B.Sc. Engg (Mech.), M.Sc. Engg (S.U.)
Ph.D, IIT, Kharagpur, LMISTE, MIE
Field of Specialization : Metal forming, Machining, Diamond Coated
Tools.
Foreman
Er. Purna Chandra Beura, B.Tech.

The workshop is under administrative and financial control of Mechanical Engineering Department. It is well equipped with all types of machines, tools and equipments in order to give practical training to both degree and diploma students in different branches of Engineering of the Institute. It consists of the following sections.

Fitting.
Carpentry and pattern making.
Turning and Machine Shop.
Welding and Sheet Metal Section.
Foundry.
Blacksmith.

Students have to practice and fabricate different jobs during workshop sessional classes. Besides the workshop provides opportunities for the following purposes.

Fabrication work of the students for Practical Project.
Maintenance of equipments of other departments of the institute.
Preparation of test specimens for various laboratories of the institute.
Project & Consultancy

With the financial assistance received from AICTE (Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India), the department has successfully completed the following projects in equipping the laboratories with modern and sophisticated equipments.

 

Sl. No. Title of the Project Duration (Years) Amount (Rs.)
1. Modernization of Mechanical Engg. Lab. 1988-89 15 Lakhs
2. Studies on friction, wear and lubrication (Tribology) 1991-92 12 Lakhs
3. Creation of Composite material and Polymer Science centre 1992-93 10 Lakhs
4. Installation of CAD Centre 1993-94 8 Lakhs
5. Creation of Instrumentation Lab. 1995-96 8 Lakhs
6. Modernization of CAD Centre 1996-97 5 Lakhs
7. Modernization of Mechanical Engg. Lab. 2008-09 15 Lakhs
8. MODROB Projectr(Mech Engg. Lab). 2012-13 19.6 Lakhs
9. MODROB Project( CAD Lab.). 2012-13 8.8 lakhs
10. MODROB Project(Comp.Sc). 2011-12 10.lakhs

Consultancy and testing service are being extended to nearby industries such as CMPDI, GAMMON INDIA, MCL and NTPC etc.

R & D Projects

The following R & D projects have been carried out with the financial aid of AICTE.

 

Title of the Project Director Investigator Duration (Years) Amount Rs./-
Dynamic behavior analysis of linear/non- linear rotor bearing systems and optimization of rotor-bearing parameters for minimum dynamic response Dr. B. B. Maharathi. 2002-05 4 Lakhs
Development of Diamond coated Cutting Tools. Dr. B. D. Sahoo 2002-05 7 Lakhs
Industrial Robot. Dr B.B.Choudhury 2013-14 16.5 Lakhs
Research Activity

Research work are being carried out in the field of :

Tribology.
Bio Composites.
Metal Cutting.
Diamond Coated Tools.
Ceramic Tools.
Alternate fuels.
Optimization of Renewable Energy Systems.
Robotics.
Vibration Analysis and Rotor Dynamics.
Machine Dynamics.
System Dynamics.
Non-conventional maching, EDM,LBM.

The department also offers scope to its faculty members for undertaking research work for the award of Ph.D. degree in the field of Metal Forming, Robotics and Aerodynamics. Renewable energy systems, Alternative fuels for I.C. Engines (Gaseus fuel, vegetable oil & Biodiesel). Two have been awarded Ph.D. under Utkal University.

Every year, the faculty members publish a number of research papers in journals of International and National repute.

Scope of Mechanical Engineering

With the present pace of Industrialisation, the scope of Mechanical Engineering is ever expanding with advancement in the areas of Computer Aided Design (CAD), Robotics, Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS) and Laser Technology etc.

Mechanical Engineering graduates have wide employment opportunities in manufacturing industries, power sectors, process plants and R & D organisations and software industries.

Interested graduates can persue higher studies in convenient discipline such as Machine Design and Analysis, Industrial Design, Thermal Engineering, Manufacturing Sciences, Industrial Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Energy studies and Information Technology etc. On successful completion of post graduate courses one can be absorbed in Research and Development organizations or Academic Institutions.

With the location of reputed industrial organisation nearby, as mentioned earlier, Mechanical Engineering students of this Institute get ample scope of acquiring the desired practical bias through regular industrial visits. The students are assigned practical problems in collaboration with nearby industries for their project work in the final year level. It is thus expected that the Mechanical Engineering Graduates passing out from this Institute will have self-confidence and right bent of mind to compete for the jobs in State/Central Govt. concerns. Incidentally, most of the passed out Mechanical Engineering Students have found employment in state/central Govt. undertakings, Public Sectors, Defence Services and reputed private sectors like Maruti Udyog, TISCO, Mahindra and Mahindra, L&T, OCL, Reliance Industries, TCS, Infosys, PCS, WIPRO etc.

The Department is offering M.Tech programme in the specialization of "Mechanical System Design". Two more fields of specialization namely "Production Engg." & "Thermal Engg." are likely to be entroduced shorty to the M.Tech Programme.