P.hd in Mechanical Engineering:applications of graph theory and matrix approachShri Mata Vaishno Devi University
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P.hd in Mechanical Engineering:applications of graph theory and matrix approach
Mechanical engineers study the behavior of solids, liquids and gases when forces are applied to them and when they are heated and cooled. They learn how to convert energy efficiently from one form to another. Using these knowledge bases, mechanical engineers play key roles in the design of transportation systems, including automobiles and space vehicles; environmental control systems, including air conditioners and furnaces; manufacturing machinery and processes, including robots; energy conversion technology, including engines and power plants; biomedical devices; and the list goes on. This tremendous breadth in the scope of the mechanical engineering profession gives the mechanical engineer access to employment in every major industry imaginable.
Recently, the scope of mechanical engineering has been enlarged. There has been steady progress from simple machines to more complicated and advanced ones. Today, machines with extremely intelligent functions are popular. Therefore, the present age demands mechanical engineering specialists who have the capacity of adaptability and creativity in the new technical areas and have knowledge not only in their own specialized fields but also in wide interdisciplinary fields as well. To meet these demands, School of Mechanical Engineering is established in SMVD University from 2006-2007 academic session. The school is planning to start B. Tech. (Manufacturing Engg.) in 2007-2008 academic session and B. Tech. (Mechatronics Engg.), M.Tech.(CAD/CAM/CIMS) and M. Tech. (Industrial Engg.) in 2008-2009 academic session.
The educational objectives of Mechanical Engineering programme are designed to produce competent graduating engineers who are ready to contribute effectively to the advancement of mechanical engineering causes, and to accommodate the needs of local and global industries. These objectives are as follows:
To prepare undergraduate students to become successful problem solvers, lifelong learners, innovators, and professionals.
To prepare students for working on mechanical systems including the design and realization of such systems.
To provide service to the profession, to the country, and to the future development of engineering worldwide.
To ensure that our students understand the necessities for professionalism, ethical responsibilities, and the need to function in multidisciplinary teams.
To prepare students to express themselves effectively in both oral and written communication.
To prepare the students for engineering analysis and problem solving using appropriate mathematical and computational methodologies.
To create an intellectually stimulating atmosphere within the School for advancing the art and science of mechanical engineering.