Mechanical Engineering deals with creating robust designs for mechanical parts that act as the most crucial part of vehicles and machineries in manufacturing and other sectors. No part of our society is untouched from the scope of mechanical. Because of its widespread use in very big to very small gadgets, the discipline is considered is considered to be evergreen with ample of opportunities inhigh paying jobs as well as entrepreneurship. The concepts of mechanical engineering lies in the core of every other sector and thus needs highly capable engineers that have traits of good analytical thinking and creativity along with expertise in implementation and maintenance of mechanical parts.
The Mechanical Engineering Department of any institution plays a lead role in evolving an “Engineering Science” based curriculum, and serves as a role model for other disciplines. The Hi-Tech College of Engineering has a branding in this discipline that places us on the top in the list of Best Mechanical Engineering Colleges in Bhubaneswar. The Department has a pool of experts acting as faculty members who are divided into four broad specializations – Design, Manufacturing, Production and Thermal & Fluids. They have been engaged in many researches related to classical as well as emerging areas. Among the Top Engineering Colleges in Bhubaneswar, Mechanical Engineering Department of HCE has best in class faulty and technical staff.
The laboratories are well-equipped with latest machinery that opens opportunity for students to work in an industry-like environment. Through thorough experimentation of concepts, our students are able to understand the detailed requirements of current industry and also gather skills that would help them to resolve any issues arising in real implementations. Our students have also developed several appreciable projects that are eco-friendly and would offer new levels of comfort for the society.Being widely known for our research and projects in IC Engines, Combustion, Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning, Automobiles, Manufacturing and other areas, HCE is popularly known as the Best Mechanical Engineering College Bhubaneswar.
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- Engineering Drawing lab
- Workshop Practice Lab
- Mechanical Engineering lab
- Hydraulic Machine lab
- Machine Drawing Lab
- Heat Transfer Lab
- Production lab
- I C Engine lab
- Heat Power lab
Workshop Practice Lab
Fundamentals of general Engineering Workshop Practices including metals and alloys, Wood working, fitting, Lathe, Shaper, Planer and casting operations. Introduction to welding process, types of welding process. Arc welding. Gas welding, gas cutting, soldering and Brazing.
I C Engine lab
The term internal combustion engine usually refers to an engine in which combustion is intermittent, such as the more familiar four-stroke and two-stroke piston engines, along with variants, such as the six-stroke piston engine and the Wankel rotary engine. A second class of internal combustion engines use continuous combustion: gas turbines, jet engines and most rocket engines, each of which are internal combustion engines on the same principle.
Hydraulic Machine lab
Hydraulic machines are machinery and tools that use liquid fluid power to do simple work. In this type of machine, hydraulic fluid is transmitted throughout the machine to various hydraulic motors and hydraulic cylinders and which becomes pressurised according to the resistance present. The fluid is controlled directly or automatically by control valves and distributed through hoses and tubes.
Fabrication and Machine shop lab
Metal fabrication is the building of metal structures by cutting, bending, and assembling processes: Cutting is done by sawing, shearing, or chiseling (all with manual and powered variants); torching with hand-held torches (such as oxy-fuel torches or plasma torches); and via numerical control cutters (using a laser, mill bits, torch, or water jet). Bending is done by hammering (manual or powered) or via press brakes and similar tools. Assembling (joining of the pieces) is done by welding, binding with adhesives, riveting, threaded fasteners, or even yet more bending in the form of a crimped seam. Fabrication shops and machine shops have overlapping capabilities, but fabrication shops generally concentrate on metal preparation and assembly as described above. By comparison, machine shops also cut metal, but they are more concerned with the machining of parts on machine tools.