Civil Engineering is a broad field of engineering that deals with the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of different structures like buildings, roads, bridges, canals, dams, water supply and treatment systems etc. The Department of Civil Engineering TPIST was started in the year 2010 with an annual intake of 60 undergraduate students. Main aim of the department is to impart in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of Civil Engineering, stressing on concepts with focus on character enhancement, leadership qualities, effective communication, social responsibility and pursuit of lifelong learning and professional development.
We provide lab facilities in the areas of Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulics, Remote Sensing & Geospatial Information System and Surveying. The department has well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty for teaching and research works. The department has an ambience of high discipline with committment, conducive for learning and training.
The Department of mechanical engineering is offered both under graduate and post graduate courses successfully since 15 years in the coastal region of Andhra Pradesh in India. Equipped with well laboratory and experienced and qualified faculty. In addition to regular curriculum designed by affiliated university, the department is conducting add-on courses like Auto- cad, CATIA, and ANSYS .and also take care about the backlog students by conducting the remedial classes for tough subjects. And also conducting additional classes for GATE point of view.
What Is Mechanical Engineering?
Technically, mechanical engineering is the application of the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering from design to manufacturing to the marketplace for any object. Mechanical engineers analyze their work using the principles of motion, energy, and force — ensuring that designs function safely, efficiently, and reliably, all at a competitive cost.
Mechanical engineers make a difference. That’s because mechanical engineering careers center on creating technologies to meet human needs. Virtually every product or service in modern life has probably been touched in some way by a mechanical engineer to help humankind.
This includes solving today’s problems and creating future solutions in health care, energy, transportation, world hunger, space exploration, climate change, and more.
Being ingrained in many challenges and innovations across many fields’ means a mechanical engineering education is versatile. To meet this broad demand, mechanical engineers may design a component, a machine, a system, or a process. This ranges from the macro to the micro, from the largest systems like cars and satellites to the smallest components like sensors and switches. Anything that needs to be manufactured — indeed, anything with moving parts — needs the expertise of a mechanical engineer.
What do mechanical engineers do?
Mechanical engineering combines creativity, knowledge and analytical tools to complete the difficult task of shaping an idea into reality.
This transformation happens at the personal scale, affecting human lives on a level we can reach out and touch like robotic prostheses. It happens on the local scale, affecting people in community-level spaces, like with agile interconnected micro grids. And it happens on bigger scales, like with advanced power systems, through engineering that operates nationwide or across the globe.
Mechanical engineers have an enormous range of opportunity and their education mirrors this breadth of subjects. Students concentrate on one area while strengthening analytical and problem-solving skills applicable to any engineering situation.
Disciplines within mechanical engineering include but are not limited to:
Technology itself has also shaped how mechanical engineers work and the suite of tools has grown quite powerful in recent decades. Computer-aided engineering (CAE) is an umbrella term that covers everything from typical CAD techniques to computer-aided manufacturing to computer-aided engineering, involving finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). These tools and others have further broadened the horizons of mechanical engineering.
Society depends on mechanical engineering. The need for this expertise is great in so many fields, and as such, there is no real limit for the freshly minted mechanical engineer. Jobs are always in demand, particularly in the automotive, aerospace, electronics, biotechnology, and energy industries.
Here are a handful of mechanical engineering fields.
In statics, research focuses on how forces are transmitted to and throughout a structure. Once a system is in motion, mechanical engineers look at dynamics, or what velocities, accelerations and resulting forces come into play. Kinematics then examines how a mechanism behaves as it moves through its range of motion.
Materials science delves into determining the best materials for different applications. A part of that is materials strength — testing support loads, stiffness, brittleness and other properties — which is essential for many construction, automobile, and medical materials.
How energy gets converted into useful power is the heart of thermodynamics, as well as determining what energy is lost in the process. One specific kind of energy, heat transfer, is crucial in many applications and requires gathering and analyzing temperature data and distributions.
Fluid mechanics, which also has a variety of applications, looks at many properties including pressure drops from fluid flow and aerodynamic drag forces.
Manufacturing is an important step in mechanical engineering. Within the field, researchers investigate the best processes to make manufacturing more efficient. Laboratory methods focus on improving how to measure both thermal and mechanical engineering products and processes. Likewise, machine design develops equipment-scale processes while electrical engineering focuses on circuitry. All this equipment produces vibrations, another field of mechanical engineering, in which researchers study how to predict and control vibrations.
Engineering economics makes mechanical designs relevant and usable in the real world by estimating manufacturing and life cycle costs of materials, designs, and other engineered products.
What skills do mechanical engineers need?
The essence of engineering is problem solving. With this at its core, mechanical engineering also requires applied creativity — a hands on understanding of the work involved — along with strong interpersonal skills like networking, leadership, and conflict management. Creating a product is only part of the equation; knowing how to work with people, ideas, data, and economics fully makes a mechanical engineer.
What tasks do mechanical engineers do?
Careers in mechanical engineering call for a variety of tasks.
The future of mechanical engineering
Breakthroughs in materials and analytical tools have opened new frontiers for mechanical engineers. Nanotechnology, biotechnology, composites, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and acoustical engineering have all expanded the mechanical engineering toolbox.
Nanotechnology allows for the engineering of materials on the smallest of scales. With the ability to design and manufacture down to the elemental level, the possibilities for objects grows immensely. Composites are another area where the manipulation of materials allows for new manufacturing opportunities. By combining materials with different characteristics in innovative ways, the best of each material can be employed and new solutions found. CFD gives mechanical engineers the opportunity to study complex fluid flows analyzed with algorithms. This allows for the modeling of situations that would previously have been impossible. Acoustical engineering examines vibration and sound, providing the opportunity to reduce noise in devices and increase efficiency in everything from biotechnology to architecture.Labs:
To provide the skilled manpower with state-of-art in knowledge of computer science and to become a center of excellence in the field of Computer Science and Engineering that produces innovative, and socially responsible professionals who can contribute significantly to industry and research with creative ideas in certain areas of advanced computing technologies.
The Department offers The Department offers a regular four-year B. Tech. program in “Computer Science Engineering” and a regular M.Tech. program in “Computer Science Engineering”. The Department currently has a team of 25 members, about 240 undergraduate students, 36 postgraduate students. We have over all 10 laboratories with advanced equipment and facilities for supporting our teaching and research. It is envisioned to strengthen the quality of its faculty, research and teaching facilities, as well as student’s academic performance. Currently research is going on in the latest technological areas of areas of Cloud Computing and Big data Analytics.
Program Educational Objectives:
At the end of the program under graduate students of Computer Science and Engineering will demonstrate/ exhibit
The Department of Computer Science Engineering standing among all the other branches of our college..
Our student (N.Geetha) got pratibha award in 2016 by acquiring highest percentage in university level.
P.G. Course M.Tech. In Computer Science Engineering was started in 2014 with an intake of 18 students.
Lab is to conduct experiments to gain knowledge over a wide range of programming used in practice.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering has gained rapid importance in view of ever increasing demand for power. There is no city without the requirement of Electricity. Electrical power systems illuminate our planet and drive our industries. As a result, many public and private sector companies are looking forward to recruit Electrical Engineering graduates. As this progress conveys us into the future with new and exciting engineering challenges, TPIST Electrical Engineers will be ready to meet those challenges.
The Department offers a regular four-year B. Tech. program in “Electrical & Electronics Engineering” and a regular M.Tech. program in “Power & Industrial Drives”. The Department currently has a team of 25 members, about 240 undergraduate students, 36 postgraduate students. We have over 10 laboratories with advanced equipment and facilities for supporting our teaching and research. It is envisioned to strengthen the quality of its faculty, research and teaching facilities, as well as student’s academic performance. Currently research is going on in the areas of Power System Automation, Deregulated Power Systems, Demand forecasting, Sub-optimal Generation control, Power Quality, Nano Grid etc.
Program Educational Objectives:
At the end of the programme under graduate students of Electrical and Electronics will demonstrate/ exhibit
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering standing among all the other branches of our college.
Our student (N.Geetha) got pratibha award in 2016 by aquring highest percentage in university level.
P.G. Course M.Tech. In Power & Industrial Drives was started in 2012 with an intake of 18 students.
The department has the following laboratories with well equipment as per AICTE norms.
10.Systems Simulation Lab
Electrical Mechanics Lab - I
Lab is to conduct experiments on all types of DC Electrical machines, special machines to gain knowledge over a wide range of electrical machinery used in practice.
Control Systems Lab
This lab has the equipment to conduct the control systems experiments like stepper motor control, PID control, position control systems, compensators, servo control systems etc.
Electrical Circuit Analysis Lab
This lab is to impart knowledge on Basic Electrical Circuits
Electrical Mechanics Lab – II
Lab is to conduct experiments on all types of AC Electrical machines, special machines to gain knowledge over a wide range of electrical machinery used in practice.
Power Electronics Lab
This lab has equipment includes all types of power electronic converter kits along with storage oscilloscopes to conduct experiments and project work.
Electrical Measurements Lab
The lab is equipped with all types of bridges to measure various electrical parameters, calibrate & test meters, insulation megger, oil testing kit and earth resistance measurement kit.
Electrical Simulation Lab
This lab is equipped to get solutions to all types electrical problems by making use of computer software. 60 systems, with all the software packages required to conduct the experiments and project works related to Electrical & Electronics engineering. Software Packages Available: MATLAB, Psim (Version6.0), PSCAD, MiPower and PSPICE.
Power Systems Lab
This lab is equipped to create practical exposure to EEE students regarding power transmission and distribution. Major equipment available in the lab includes, alternators, transmission line simulation panel, electromagnetic and numerical relays.
Power Converters &Drives Lab
This lab for PG students.It has equipment includes all types of power electronic converter kits along with Drives to conduct experiments and project work.
Systems Simulation Lab
This lab for PG students .This lab is equipped to get solutions to all types electrical problems by making use of computer software. 60 systems, with all the software packages required to conduct the experiments and project works related to Electrical & Electronics engineering. Software Packages Available: MATLAB, Psim (Version6.0), PSCAD, MiPower and PSPICE.
The Electronics & Communication Engineering Department provides students with a solid scientific/technical background and research capabilities in the design, development and manufacture of electronic devices and systems used in a wide spectrum of applications from household appliances to sophisticated satellite communication, from electronic ignition to neural networks and signal processing chips, the Department integrates academic discipline with project-based engineering applications, classroom learning theory with real world experiences.
The department of ECE is established in the year 2001 with a four year under-graduate programme with an intake of 60. The department undertakes the tasks of designing the curriculum, implementing the class work and laboratories, conducting the examinations etc. A PG course, M.Tech in Digital electronics and communication systems was started in department in 2012 with an intake of 18. All the faculty members are active in carrying out their research and publish their research findings in refereed journals/conferences very frequently.
Programme Educational Objectives:
The student in Electronics and Communication Engineering will be able to:
The Student of Electronics and Communication Engineering will be able to:
The department of Sciences and Humanities, which has been an integral part of the college ever since its inception offering instruction in Mathematics, Physics, chemistry and English to students of the various core branches of engineering, is devoted to foster the understanding of basic scientific principles. The department offers a synthesis of teaching and training from the time the students enrolled in their branches. State –of- the- art laboratories to facilitate the training and teaching of student in various streams to the level of industry expectations. Every student uses the equipment and is not just passive observers as student’s hands-on experience is valued very highly. The Department of science and Humanities also houses a full-fledged language Laboratory which has been specially designed for student- teacher interaction and greater concentration for learning. A well spaced physics and Chemistry Laboratories equipped with adequate instruments adds value to the basic science. The Labs cater to the needs of the students studying in respective departments, are equipped with latest machinery. Our laboratories comply with International standard which helps the students to be well conversant with the various instruments.
The flagship objective of the Department is to train the young minds explore the new horizons and an environment that combines friendly atmosphere with leading – edge facilities characterizes the department. The overriding objectives of these programs are,
The Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities comprises well experienced and trained faculty members of whom two of our faculty hold Doctorate Degree
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LAB
The Department of Science and Humanities also houses a full-fledged Language Laboratory which has been specially designed for student – teacher interaction and greater concentration for language learning. It offers a variety of functions such as Recording, Test Preparation, Student monitoring, Group Conferencing, Vocabulary Building Techniques etc. The Language Laboratory is also used for language tutorials. This especially benefits students who are deficient in English and also aims at confidence building for Interviews and competitive examinations. The language Laboratory sessions includes word games, Quizzes, Extemporary speaking ,debates, The lab has P C’s for easy access to students and it also has a large number of books and cassettes for all levels.
To maintain Applied physics, Engineering Physics and Virtual lab; by using these labs to find out the different light wavelengths, refractive index and intensities. All practical apparatus are available in our lab. In our laboratory we provide the better research facilities. A separate dark room is attached for the conduct of Optics and light experiments.
Engineering chemistry is helpful to students to know the properties of water and analysis of water especially for civil engineers ,mechanical and electrical students .students also learn the engineering applications of various materials where as the applied chemistry helps the students how to apply the chemical synthesis in various aspects of advanced materials.