B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

Graduates in mechanical engineering are adept at designing innovations and technological advancements in the high technology areas of mechanical systems, robotics, nanotechnology and mechatronics, and are renowned for their generalist engineering expertise. Choosing and pursuing a degree course in mechanical engineering—one of the oldest and broadest engineering branches—provides graduates with an opportunity to acquire knowledge and expertise that can be applied to the various branches of engineering. At the Alliance College of Engineering and Design, the B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering degree is crafted with a high emphasis on the design aspects of mechanical engineering: tool and die design, industrial robotics, gears and cams as well as oil hydraulics and pneumatics.

Course Matrix

Physics Cycle Chemistry Cycle
Engineering Mathematics I/II Engineering Mathematics I/II
Basics of Mechanical Engineering Engineering Graphics
Foundations of Computing Basics of Electrical Engineering
Engineering Physics - I Engineering Chemistry
Basics of Civil Engineering Engineering Physics - II
Environmental Engineering Basics of Electronics Engineering
Foundations of Computing Laboratory Technical English
Engineering Physics Laboratory Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
Basic Engineering Workshop Electrical and Electronics Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics III
Fluid Mechanics
Material Science and Metallurgy
Manufacturing Process I
Engineering Mechanics
Engineering Thermodynamics
Engineering Drawing Laboratory (On Board)
Manufacturing Process Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Design Engineering – I
Engineering Mathematics IV
Applied Thermodynamics
Kinematics of Machines
Manufacturing Process II
Mechanical Measurements
Computer Aided Machine Design Laboratory
Machine Shop
Material Testing Laboratory
Design Engineering – II
Energy Engineering
Machine Design I
Heat Transfer
Dynamics of Machines
Value Engineering
Elective I
Measurements and Metrology Laboratory
Energy Laboratory
Design Engineering – III
Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Machine Design
Manufacturing Process III
Machine Design II
Finite Element Methods
Renewable Energy Sources
Elective II
Heat Transfer Laboratory
Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Machine Design Laboratory
Design Engineering – IV
Control Engineering
Vibrations
Turbomachinery
Elective III
Elective IV
Design and Vibrations Laboratory
Finite Element Analysis Practice
Minor Elective
Elective V
Elective VI
Basics of Research and Development
Project Work
Minor Elective

Electives

Note: An elective subject is offered in the B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering course only if a minimum number of students enroll in it.

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