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NBA Accredited Programs:B.Tech in CSE, ECE, EEE & Mechanical
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Admissions Counselling Code UG :  NREC  PG :  NREC1
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Nalla Malla Reddy Engineering College MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


The department of mechanical engineering at NMREC had a modest beginning with an intake of 60 students and increased to 120 from 2010. It is the one of the most reputed departments in terms of facilities, faculty, students and other activities in the college. The teaching faculty of the department includes highly experienced industry personnel from reputed organizations like ECIL, HMT and eminent academicians from NIT Warangal. It has equipped with state of the art laboratories that cater to the needs of the students. The department has various student chapters like AME, SAE, ISTE guided by faculty for the overall professional development of the students.


To create, globally competent mechanical engineers, capable of working, in an interdisciplinary environment to contribute to society, through innovation, entrepreneurship, and leadership with professional ethics.


1) Produce Mechanical Engineers with a strong theoretical and practical knowledge.
2) Enable to be productive members of interdisciplinary teams, capable of adapting to changing environments of engineering, technology and society.
3) Inculcate critical thinking abilities among students and develop entrepreneurial skills, leadership qualities and innovative ideas.
4) Create facilities for continued education, training, research and consultancy.
5) Produce engineers with high moral and ethical values.


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, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems wih 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, society, and environment. 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 and meaningful 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 gained from 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 the contest of society and environment and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8. Ethics Apply ethical principles and commitment 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 environment.
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 environment.
12.Life-long learning Recognize the need for, preparation to acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers B.Tech in Mechanical Engineeirng with an intake of 120.


First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year
☛  1-1 MECH R18 Syllabus
☛  1-2 MECH R18 Syllabus
☛  2-1 MECH R16 Syllabus
☛  2-2 MECH R16 Syllabus
☛  3-1 MECH R16 Syllabus
☛  3-2 MECH R16 Syllabus
☛  4-1 MECH R15 Syllabus
☛  4-2 MECH R15 Syllabus

M.Tech (CAD/CAM )

M.Tech is offered by the department of Mechanical Engineering in CAD/CAM specialisation. The intake for this M.Tech program is 18.


First Year Second Year
☛  1-1 CAD/CAM R17 Syllabus
☛  1-2 CAD/CAM R17 Syllabus
☛  2-1 CAD/CAM R17 Syllabus
☛  2-2 CAD/CAM R17 Syllabus

Department Faculty


☛  Engineering Workshop

☛  Thermodynamics Lab

☛  Mechanics of Solids Lab

☛  Metallurgy and Material Science Lab

☛  Kinematics and Dynamics Lab

☛  Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab

☛  Manufacturing Process Lab

☛ Thermal Engineering Lab

☛  Machine Tools Lab

☛ Engineering Metrology Lab

☛ Heat Transfer Lab



☛ Instrumentation and Control Systems Lab

☛ Advanced CAD/CAM Lab (PG)

☛ Manufacturing Simulation & Precision Engineering Lab (PG)


Mechanical engineering encompasses design of machine members, designing mechanical systems to take mechanical advantage in reducing manual effort, application of heat and mass transfer, fluid dynamics, metal fabrication, metal forming, designing of materials, mechanical behaviour of materials, renewable energy, etc. The final year students of mechanical engineering take up projects as a part of curriculum requirement that are designed to gain practical knowledge by the application of theory that the students have learnt during their four year course of engineering. Research in the department can be grouped into three major groups namely Materials and manufacturing, Engineering Design, and Thermal Engineering.
Research Plans
The Department formed research groups based on the academic interest and specialisation of the faculty with a senior faculty as Coordinator.
The functions of the research groups are:
 Motivate the enthusiastic faculty to involve themselves in research in collaboration with other organisations.
 Encourages the faculty to utilize the research facilities available in the college
 Encourage the faculty to undertake major and minor research projects.

Ongoing Research
 Design and Analysis of composite materials, Metal Matrix Composite (MMCs) Functionally graded Materials, Mechanics of Materials, Structural design of blades and rotating structures.
 Thermal management in electronic components
 Characterization of thermal and Mechanical Properties of Carbon nano tubes (CNT) composites, Carbon and alloy steels,
 Design and analysis of Multi fictional elevator, Scissor lifts, gate open mechanisms, Joint clearance and hand link flexibility of serial manipulators, singularity analysis of parallel and flexible manipulators.
 Prototype development of complex systems like Hoverbike etc..
 Design and fabrication of sheet bending, corner notching machine and shear machine, black box for submarine and aircraft applications.
 Special metal joining processes involving the thermo-mechanical treatment and the welding process of dissimilar metals.
 Performance analysis of VCR (SI) with blended fuels.

Research Groups and their Activites by Area of Research

1. Dr. T.V.S.M.R.Bhushan
2. Dr.Nirupama Patra
3. Mr.P.MohammadMuneer
4. Mr.A.Srinivasa Rao
5. Dr. Magbool Hussain
AREA OF RESEARCH: Internal Combustion Engines, Alternate Fuels, Computer Simulation and Design of Thermal Systems, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Systems, Renewable Energy Sources, Heat Transfer, High temperature natural convection, Heat Exchangers, Fluid Mechanics & Machines, Turbulence Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Turbo machines, etc.
Mechanical Design
1. Dr.M.N.V.Ramesh
2. Dr.S.VenkatPrasat
3. Dr.Sujan Rao
4. Mr.P.Ramanath Reddy
5. Mr.DavidAluri
6. Mr.C.Balaram
7. Mr.Ahmad Khalil
8. Mr.M.Mohan
AREA OF RESEARCH: Research covers all aspects of dynamics and vibration, nonlinear dynamics, rotor dynamics, continuum and Solid mechanics, robotics, CAD, machine dynamics, smart structures, composite materials, non-destructive testing, finite element method, acoustics and noise control, mechanics of fracture, functionally graded composites, etc.
Production Engineering
1. Dr.A.ChandraShekhar
2. Dr.Asit Kumar Parida
3. Mr.Bhanoji Rao
4. Mr.P.RameshBabu
5. Mr.Ranga Rao Manam
6. Mr.N.Sesha Srinivas
7. Mr.S.Babu
8. Ms. S.Sushma
9. Mr.Rakesh Kumar
10. G Sravan Kumar
AREA OF RESEARCH: Preparation and analysis of copper Boride composites, Nano-engineering of Materials, Metal Cutting, Metal Forming, Welding, Metal Casting, Material Characterization. Ceramics and Metal Matrix Composites, Processing of Composites, Injection Molding, Finite Element Applications in Manufacturing, CAD/CAM, Rapid Prototyping, Nano composites, etc.


☛ Dr M.N V Ramesh,“Finite Element Crash Simulations Of An Automobile By Using Ls-Dyna”,International conference on multi-functional materials” Proceedings
☛ Mr P Ramanath Reddy,“Simulation studies on High speed motorized spindle”JICR Journal,Volume: 11,Issue: 12,December 2019.
☛ Dr N. SujanRao,“Analysis of camshaft for straight line six cylinder's ic engine”,International conference on multi-functional materials” Proceedings,19-21 December 2019.
☛  Mr. A David and Mr. P Ramanath ReddyMinimize The Batch Delivery In Machine Scheduling,International Journal of Research, Volume 05 Issue 12, 2018
☛ Mr. P Ramanath Reddy, Polyvinyl Alchohol- Nanoclay(PVA) Microstructure and properties, International Journal of Applied Theoretical Science and Technology Volume 07, Issue 5, pp2332-2340, 2018
☛ Dr M. N. V. Ramesh,Mechanical behaviour of Aluminium (Al 6061) Metal Matrix composites reinforced with Al2O3 and SiC ,Journal of Materials Science 2019.
☛  Dr M. N. V. Ramesh Maganti and K. Nagaja Kumar, Effect of equal channel angular pressing process on the hardness and microstructure of copper and Al-6082 alloy A preliminary investigation, Materials today: proceedings 4(8) 8400-8408, 2017.
☛  P. Ramanatha Reddy, Intelligent replication of nano tube charectorizartion analysis over CNT nano composites, IJIRS, V(8) Issue (I), 2018- pp 27-34.
☛ P. Ramanatha Reddy, Intelligent replication of nano tube charectorizartion analysis over CNT nano composites, International Journal of Inventive Research in Science, 2018.
☛  Maloth Mohan Kumar, Investigation and research proposal on welding technique for longitudinal crack defect wel;ding, International journal of Scientific Research and Review, Vol 7, Issue 2, Feb-2018.
☛ Mohammed S Alsoufi, Mohammed Yanus and Mr. Mohammed Asadullah (2016) Economical and technical way of ladle pre heating by use of flameless oxyfuel gas in steel industry, ELIXIR-ISBN/ISSN 2229-712 X.
☛ T. Srilatha and B. Anjaneya Prasad, Feasibility study of ORC implementation in Power Plants, International Conference on Emerging trends in Engineering Applications and management Concepts. ANVESHANA′S INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES, V (1), ISSUE 6 (2016) PP 1-8.
☛ T. Srilatha , B. Anjaneya Prasad and S Chakradhara Goud, A review on Organic Rankine Cycle with respect to Power Plant Engineering, IJREAS VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3 (2016, March) pp 14-21.
☛ Gadakary S., Davidson M. J., Veerababu R., & Khanra A. K. (2016). Effect of Synthesis on the purity and Particle size of ZrB2 powder. Journal of Mining & Metallurgy. Section B: Metallurgy, 52(1), 69-76.
☛ Saikumar Gadakary, Asit Kumar Khanra and Maharajan Joseph Davidson. (2016). Workability studies on Cu-TiB2 powder preforms during cold upsetting. Materials and Technology, 50(3), 373-380.
☛ Saikumar Gadakary and Asit Kumar Khanra, Synthesis of nanocrystalline boride powder, 3rd Annual International Conference on Materials Science, Metal and Manufacturing (M3 2016), Singapore, 2016.
☛ Mr. Palanivelrajan V has participated has published a paper titled Isogrid Stiffened Electronic Enclosure for Avionic Applications in the IJRMET journal, V 6 I 1 Nov 2015-April 2016.
☛ B.Vijaya Kumar, Dr.G.Madhusudhan Reddy, T Mohandas, Influence of Friction Surfacing Parameters on Physical Dimensions of Aa6063 Aluminium alloy coating over Mild Steel communicated to International Journal of Defence Technology (Elsevier Publisher) on 14th Jan 2015 to special Issue 3, Jan-2015.
☛ N. V. Ramesh Maganti and Mohan Rao Nalluri, 2015, Flapwise bending vibration analysis of functionally graded rotating double-tapered beams, Springer - International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Vol:10, Issue 1, pp1-10.
☛ Ch. Umesh Chandra and N. V. Ramesh Maganti, 2015, Preliminary Investigation on Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Bio-composite Materials, Vol.5, Issue 3. pp 18-23.

Department Of Mechanical Engineering in Association with Eds Technologies, Bangalore has conducted 2 day faculty development program on CAD modeling techniques using CATIAV5 which aimed at introducing the advanced cad tools for effective design and simulation in mechanical Engineering.
The FDP helps faculty and professionals alike to learn the implementation of solid modeling and get hands-on experience with the real world projects. This course is structured in a pedagogical sequence to cover the topics of part design, assembly, drafting, wireframe & surface, and Generative Sheetmetal Design workbenches of CATIA V5.
The course elaborated modules which helps in mastering the skills of solid modeling using CATIA V5. These modules are given below:
☛  Part Modeling
☛  Assembly Design
☛  Drafting
☛  Generative shape design
☛  Generative sheet Metal design
About 6 faculty have attended the FDP and had hands on practice along with detailed interaction with the resource Mr. VL Krishna Kanth, Application Engineer, EDS technologies for 2 days.

With an aim to go beyond academics, the students of III year Mechanical Engineering of NMREC have visited VTPS, also known as Dr. NarlaTatha Rao Thermal power station. It was developed under 4 stages and now the following units are under operation.
1) 6 X 210 MW
2) 1 X 500 MW
A total of 34 students along with 2 faculty members, Mr. M Ranga Rao and Mr. S Rama Rao students were first allowed into the Central control room where a detailed explanation about the working of the plant was given by one of the executive engineer. They were thn taken to the different sections to observe diverse operations in a power plant. We were explained about how the coal is pulverized before feeding in to the boiler.
During the visit the executive engineer explained the following
☛  Water treatment plant that provides mineral free water for effective running of the power industry to produce steam
☛  Coal Bunkers and Bowl Mills
☛  Electro static separators
☛  Boilers where combustion is taking place to convert water in to steam
☛  Induced Draft Cooling Towers
☛  Arrangement of Super heaters for producing Superheated steam
☛  Steam turbines
☛  Generators for producing Electricity
☛  Control Unit from where they can see the whole process that is going on in every corner of the plant and can be monitored from the control room itself in order to alert the concerned authorities in case of any emergency.
The students witnessed the closed cycle system in which the steam gets condensed in to water and is collected in to the hot well and is again sent back to the boiler thus saving the heat energy.
They were awed to see the state of the art construction and technology of the plant. We had a great experience in visiting the plant and got an insight of the actual working of the thermal power plant while reinforcing our theoretical studies.

Industrial visit was organized to BHEL by Mechanical Engineering department for IV Year Mechanical Students on 01-11-2019.
The students were addressed by the senior Engineer processing at the gate and were explained the procedures and precautions that are to be taken during the visit. During the entrance we were excited to see the various facilities like green parks created at every manufacturing station with clear floor markings and at most tidiness they are maintaining during the machining stages. They were accredited with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality management systems.
They were explained about BHEL as an Integrated Power plant Equipment manufacturer engaged in design, Engineering, Manufacturing, Testing and commissioning of a wide range of products and systems to the core sector industries like power, oil and gas, defense and industry.
Then the students visited Block-I, where products like steam turbines and gas turbines are being manufactured. We were told that they are capable to manufacture and deliver 5 - 6 Steam Turbo generators of 250 MW and 3 numbers of Gas Turbine with Generators of 110 MW per year, and they have been exporting these products to Middle East and South East Asia.

35 students of III year Mechanical Engineering have visited Sai Deepa Rock Drills Pvt. Ltd with accompanied by 2 faculty.
Mr. T. Krishna, Vice President, of Sai Deepa Rock Drills welcomed the students at the gate and congratulated all of us for choosing their company for the industrial visit as it will give a lot of in depth technical knowledge after seeing all the facilities in the plant.
Sai Deepa Rock Drills, are leaders in design and manufacturing of DTH Rock Drilling hammer of 2”- 12” diameter which are used for water wells and mining purposes. During the visit they have initially taken us to Raw material stores where several types of raw materials of various alloys have been stored for issue as and when the order comes. They have explained the selection of materials based on the purpose and the economical benefits. We have seen the colour coding procedure adopted by them for easy identification and for ensuring accuracy of material.
The students were taken to various departments and the performance of the following machines at different locations as per the process planning layout of the product under manufacture were studied.
☛ Closed Die and Open Die forged parts
☛ Automatic Cutting machines
☛ CNC Turning Machines
☛ CNC Machining Centers
☛  CNC Drilling Centers
☛  Vertical Honing Machines
☛  Seal Quenching Heat treatment furnaces
☛  Shot Blasting Machines
☛  Simulation equipment for testing of DTH Hammer before dispatch to customer.

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