- Applied Mathematics
- Finite Element Methods
- Theory of Elasticity
- Experimental Stress Analysis
- Elective 1
What is Machine Design?
Machine Design involves the analysis of static and dynamic forces to design machine elements to meet strength, safety, reliability and cost specifications. The program focuses on design of mechanisms and components using analytical, numerical and experimental approaches. It aims to provide knowledge of behavior of materials and systems in both elastic and plastic ranges, failure modes and mechanisms in both static and dynamic conditions.
What will I study in this course?
This program focuses on Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity, Advanced Vibrations, Tribology and Bearing Design, Fracture Mechanics, Experimental Stress Analysis, Composite Materials & Technology, and Finite Element Analysis.
Besides in-classroom learning, what other opportunities do I have to learn?
Students have opportunities to be involved in projects in the areas of Design and Analysis of Mechanisms, Design of Macro, Micro and Nano-systems, Thermal Analysis of Systems and Structural Analysis of Complex Systems. The placement and internship opportunities include GE Health Care, Ingersoll Rand, Robert Bosch, Ace Designers, Toyoto, Kennametal Widma Machine Tools, Hycom Engineering etc.
The program focuses on design of mechanisms and components using analytical, numerical and experimental approaches.
2 years (4 semesters)
Admission to M.Tech – Design course shall be open to candidates who have passed the Bachelor’s Degree examinations with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate of all the semesters of the degree examinations (45% for SC/ST candidates belonging to Karnataka). The candidate shall have passed Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering / Automobile Engineering or an equivalent degree.
In addition, the candidate must have also taken at least one of the following entrance exams: GATE: ME, AMIE in appropriate branch or PGCET.
Students can choose from the following electives: