Industrial and Production Engineering

Department of Industrial and Production Engineering

Industrial and Production Engineering is a core asset for industries competing on a global market. The programme provides competencies both in technology and management aspects of modern production systems. The Production Systems profile provides with skills in design, implementation and operation of conventional and advanced production operations. The knowledge of core subjects in the curriculum starting from basic engineering, design and  production to the advanced CAD/CAM/CAE, automation, robotics, simulation, computer-based visualisation,  and human factors in complex systems emphasizes on the creation of  efficient, effective and innovative systems  with lower product development costs and a  greatly shortened design cycle.
 The methods to manage complexity and control of advanced production systems have been added in the curriculum. The Production Management profile focuses on new production strategies and management. The Manufacturing Technology profile deals with methods and technology for advanced manufacturing.  Modern Reengineering and improvement tools as well as methods used in analysing manufacturing system performance are the specialized areas  in the curriculum. In addition to the core subject areas,  a range of elective courses provide a wide spectrum of choices in the emerging areas.
 Over the years, the department has created and maintained very good laboratories with modern infrastructure. The department’s library and internet facilities are simply good and have registered extra-ordinary utilization levels. The new changes in the curriculum enable learners to  acquire excellent knowledge and skills to be competitive  in the global perspective.
 This Branch of Engineering  was started during  the year 1982 and obtained Autonomous Status in 2007.
 NBA Accredited during 2004-2007 and 2008-2011
 B.E.,  in Industrial and Production Engineering. 
Accredited under  Tier -I Institutions from  2017-2018 to  2019-2020

V I S I O N 

To become a nationally acclaimed centre for promoting innovation, entrepreneurship, research and best practices of Industrial and Production Engineering to serve the society and industry

  

M I S S I O N 

Provide knowledge and skills of conventional and digital manufacturing processes

Foster, create and develop capacity amongst students to use optimal set of resources and efficiently produce products or provide services

Keep abreast with latest developments in academics, industry and enrich knowledge and skill sets of all concerned

Continuously upgrade curriculum of industrial and production engineering to enhance industrial experience of students, exposure to a variety of industries and promote entrepreneurship

Inculcate professional ethics driven by social and environmental concern

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [POs]

 

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

 

PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

 

PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

 

PO3. 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, societal, and environmental considerations.

 

PO4. 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 conclusions.

 

PO5. 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.

 

PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

 

PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

 

PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

 

PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

 

PO10. 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.

 

PO11. 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 environments.

 

PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes [PSOs]

Industrial and Production Engineering Graduates will be able to

PSO1:Apply digital manufacturing and  simulation tools using CAD, CAM, CAE, CNC machines, PDM,  PLM in the design and manufacturing of Engineering goods and services for Consumer products , Automotive, Medical equipment, Aerospace and in allied domains.

PSO2: Utilize the concepts of Resource optimization through Enterprise Resource Planning, Quality Control and Inspection, Operation of Automated Equipment, Control of Assembly Line, Industrial and Production Management, Lean Manufacturing, Database design and development, Logistic Management in Engineering and Technology jobs.

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Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 Dr. Y. Arun Kumar
HOD
B.E. . M.E.(IISc.), Ph. .D.
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2 Dr. Srinath M.S.
Professor
B.E., M.Tech. (NITK), Ph.D..(IITR)
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3 B.K Shivalingaiah
Associate Professor
B.E., M.. Tech. (IITB)
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4 B.N. Prasannakumar
Associate Professor
B.E., PGDBC, M.Sc Engg(by Reasearch), (Ph.D.)
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5 S.S. Mahesh
Associate Professor
B.E., M.Sc,Engg., (Ph.D)
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6 G. Manjunatha
Associate Professor
B.E., M.Tech,. PGDBM, PGDIRPM, CE.
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7 H.V. Divya
Assistant Professor
B.E., [MSc Engg.) (By Reasearch), (Ph.D.)
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8 D.N. Ravikiran
Assistant Professor
B.E., [MSc Engg.) (By Reasearch)
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9 Hemanth .T.S
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.E., PGDM., (Ph.D.)
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10 K. J. Dileep
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech
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Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 T. Purushotham
Assistant Instructor

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2 H. V. Rajendra
Assistant Instructor

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3 D.D. Yogeesha
Mechanic

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4 Praveena S
Mechanic

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5 Vinay Kumar
Helper

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Placement

List of Students Placed in year 2018 -19 

Sl. No Name of the Company Name of the Student
1 Mercedes-Benz  AMULYA BHARADWAJ M
2 SHRIRAM TRANSPORT FINANCE LTD SOURAV GUPTA
3 Shahi Exports HARISH H R
4 Shahi Exports BINDHIYA H N
5 Shahi Exports MANIKYA H K
6 Shahi Exports SOURAV GUPTA
7 Elcamino SAGAR B H
8 Shahi Exports SANDESH
9 Jockey SOURAV GUPTA
10 Jockey CHARITHA B C
11 Jockey MANIKYA H K

Achievements

Indian Patent for Dr. Srinath M.S. on A Method of Joining of Bulk Metallic Materrials by Microwave Hybrid Heating”  has been granted. Patent No. 309058

 

Filed an Indian Patent by  Srinath M.S., Amarendra H J, Shashank M Lingappa, “Metal Matrix / Hybrid Composites” Indian Patent, 2017, (Application No.201741016480 A)

 

Rs. 50 Lakhs has been granted to Dr. Y. Arunkumar by DST-Fist for the title Establishing State of the art interdisciplinary infrastructure hub for innovative teaching, learning and research.

Rs. 50 Lakhs has been granted to Dr. Y. Arunkumar by DST-Fist for the title Establishing State of the art interdisciplinary infrastructure hub for innovative teaching, learning and research.

Lab Facilities

Lab Facilities

  1. CAD/CAM/CAE  Laboratory
  2. Computer Numerical  Control machines Laboratory
  3. Software Applications laboratory
  4. Metrology and Measurements laboratory
  5. Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics laboratory
  6. Machine shop
  7. Workshop

 

Name of Research Supervisor

Name of the Candidate

Title of the research work

University

Status

Dr. M.S. Srinath

Ajit Manohar Hebbale

Development and Characterization of cavitation erosion resistant cladding through Microwave Energy

VTU

Awarded

2017

Dr. M.S. Srinath

Shashank Lingappa M

Melting of Metallic Materials using Microwave Energy and its Characterization

VTU

Awarded

2019

Dr. Y. Arunkumar and Dr. M.S. Srinath

Sharath Chandra H. S.

Discrete Event Simulation for Dynamic Job Sequencing on Conveyors.

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. Y. Arunkumar and Dr. M.S. Srinath

Hemanth T.S.

Optimisation of Process Parameters in Metal Rolling Operations using Process Simulation

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. Y. Arunkumar

Amith Kumar Advekar

Virtual Casting for Predicting the Effect of Critical Parameters in Metal Casting Process.

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. B. Yogesha

Divya. H.V.

Characterization and Mechanical Behaviour of Natural/ Synthetic Hybrid Composites for Structural Applications

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. Y. Arunkumar and Dr. M.S. Srinath

Megha Anand

Design Optimization, Correlation between Test and Analysis for Fatigue Strength using FEM based Simulation.

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. Y. Arunkumar

Manjunatha G.

Concurrent management tools and techniques for enhancing productivity of manufacturing system

SSIT, Tumkur

Ongoing

Dr. M. S. Srinath

Honnaiah C

Development of Al.based composites through Microwave sintering process

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. M. S. Srinath

Ganesh Panchal

Development of Al. matrix composites by using Microwave stir casting

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. Y. Arunkumar

Praveen D

Geometrical complexities, defects analysis and optimisation in rolling process

VTU

Ongoing

Dr. Y. Arunkumar

Rajeshkumar M.S.

Metal flow analysis, die filling behavior and defects analysis in high pressure die casting

 

VTU

Ongoing

Index Details 2018- 2019 2017-18 2016-17 Total
Scopus Indexed Journals 08 11 09 28
Sci Journals 09 12 14 35
Non-SCI Journals 0 1 3 04
International Conference 8 5 2 15
National Conference 1 0 1 02

List of Publications between 2016-present

Scopus Indexed Journal

1.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Comparision of Microstruture and sliding wear reistance of HVOF coated and Mircowave treated CoMoCrSi-WC + CrC +Ni and CoMoCrSi-WC + 12Co Composite coatings deposited on titanium substrate, Silicon, February 2020.

2.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Effect of microwave heating on microstructure and elevated temperature adhesive wear behavior of HVOF deposited CoMoCrSi-Cr3C2 coating, Surface and Coatings Technology, 2019.

3.     AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Characterization of Cobalt Based Microwave Clad Developed on SS-355, Applied Mechanics and Materials 895, 259-264.

4.     Badiger, R. I., Narendranath, S., Srinath, M. S., &Hebbale, A. M., Effect of Power Input on Metallurgical and Mechanical Characteristics of Inconel-625 Welded Joints Processed Through Microwave Hybrid Heating, Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals72(3), 811-824, 2019.

5.     Hebbale, A. M., Bekal, A., & Srinath, M. S., Wear studies of composite microwave clad on martensitic stainless steel, SN Applied Sciences1(3), 2019,196.

6.     Badiger, R. I., Narendranath, S., & Srinath, M. S., Optimization of Process Parameters by Taguchi Grey Relational Analysis in Joining Inconel-625 Through Microwave Hybrid Heating, Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis8(1), 2019, 92-108.

7.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Development and Sliding Wear Behavior of Co-Mo-Cr-Si Cladding through Microwave Heating, Silicon, 2019, 1-12.

8.     Badiger, R. I., Narendranath, S., & Srinath, M. S., Microstructure and mechanical properties of Inconel-625 welded joint developed through microwave hybrid heating, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture232(14),2018,  2462-2477.

9.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R.,Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Microstructure and tribological behavior of flame sprayed and microwave fused CoMoCrSi/CoMoCrSi–Cr3C2 coatings, Materials Research Express6(2),2018, 026512.

10.  Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Influence of microwave hybrid heating on the sliding wear behaviour of HVOF sprayed CoMoCrSi coating, Materials Research Express5(8), 2018, 086519.

11.  Lingappa, M. S., Srinath, M. S., &Amarendra, H. J., On characterization of Microwave and Conventional Cast Bulk Brass, Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals71(7), 2018,1759-1769.

12.  A Bekal, AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Review on Material Processing Through Microwave Energy, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (1), 2018, 012079.

13.  ML Shashank, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Casting of commercially available bulk copper by microwave melting process and its characterization, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 330 (1),2018,  012087

14.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Microstructural studies of cobalt based microwave clad developed on martensitic stainless steel (AISI-420), Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals 71 (3), 2018, 737-743.

15.  S Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Microwaves: A source of energy for melting of bulk zinc, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2), 2018, 7782-7787.

16.  RI Badiger, S Narendranath, MS Srinath, Optimization of Parameters Influencing Tensile Strength of Inconel-625 Welded Joints Developed Through Microwave Hybrid Heating, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2), 2018, 7659-7667.

17.  MK Akshata, AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Sliding wear studies of microwave clad versus unclad surface of stainless steel 304, MATEC Web of Conferences 144,2018, 02010.

18.  TS Hemanth, Y Arunkumar, MS Srinath, Optimize the Rolling Process Parameters for Material AA1100 using Metal Forming Simulation, MATEC Web of Conferences 144, 2018,  03005.

19.  HSS Chandra, YA Kumar, MS Srinath, M Gopal, Effect of Buffers and Robot in a Converging and Diverging Conveyor System for a Production Operation through Simulation Approach, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (5), 2018, 11346-11355

20.  SM Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, An experimental investigation to find the critical (coupling) temperature in microwave hybrid heating of bulk metallic materials, Materials Research Express 4 (10),2017, 106521.

21.  MS Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Microstructural and mechanical investigation of aluminium alloy (Al 1050) melted by microwave hybrid heating, Materials Research Express 4 (7), 2017, 076504

22.  AHJ Shashank Lingappa M., Srinath M. S., Microstructural Investigation and Characterization of Bulk Brass Melted by Conventional and Microwave Processing Methods, Materials Science Forum 890,2017, 356-361.

23.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Taguchi analysis on erosive wear behavior of cobalt based microwave cladding on stainless steel AISI-420, Measurement 99, 2017, 98-107.

24.  MS Srinath, AM Hebbale, Fuzzy prediction of slurry erosive behavior of cobalt based clad developed through microwave energy, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2), 2017, 1804-1811.

25.  MS Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Melting of 60Sn40Pb alloyusing microwave energy and its characterization, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2), 2017, 471-476.

26.  MS Srinath, AM Hebbale, Slurry Erosive Wear Studies of Cobalt based Microwave Clad, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2), 2016, 471-476.

27.  TR Gouthama, G Harisha, YR Manjunatha, SMM Kumara, MS Srinath, Melting of tin using muffle furnace and microwave energy and its characterization, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 149 (1), 2016, 012100.

28.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Microstructure and experimental design analysis of nickel based clad developed through microwave energy, Perspectives in Science 8, 2016,257-259.

SCI Journals

1.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Comparision of Microstruture and sliding wear reistance of HVOF coated and Mircowave treated CoMoCrSi-WC + CrC +Ni and CoMoCrSi-WC + 12Co Composite coatings deposited on titanium substrate, Silicon, February 2020.

2.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Effect of microwave heating on microstructure and elevated temperature adhesive wear behavior of HVOF deposited CoMoCrSi-Cr3C2 coating, Surface and Coatings Technology, 2019.

3.     AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Characterization of Cobalt Based Microwave Clad Developed on SS-355, Applied Mechanics and Materials 895, 259-264.

4.     Badiger, R. I., Narendranath, S., Srinath, M. S., &Hebbale, A. M., Effect of Power Input on Metallurgical and Mechanical Characteristics of Inconel-625 Welded Joints Processed Through Microwave Hybrid Heating, Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals72(3), 811-824, 2019.

5.     Sharath C.H. Somashekhara, Arun K.Y. Setty, Srinath M. Sridharmurthy, Poornima Adiga, Ulavathi S. Mahabaleshwar, Giulio Lorenzini, Makespan reduction using dynamic job sequencing combined with buffer optimization applying genetic algorithm in a manufacturing system, Mathematical Modelling of Engineering Problems, Mathematical Modelling of Engineering Problems, Vol. 6, No. 1, March, 2019, pp. 29-37

6.     Hebbale, A. M., Bekal, A., & Srinath, M. S., Wear studies of composite microwave clad on martensitic stainless steel, SN Applied Sciences1(3), 2019,196.

7.     Badiger, R. I., Narendranath, S., & Srinath, M. S., Optimization of Process Parameters by Taguchi Grey Relational Analysis in Joining Inconel-625 Through Microwave Hybrid Heating, Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis8(1), 2019, 92-108.

8.     Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Development and Sliding Wear Behavior of Co-Mo-Cr-Si Cladding through Microwave Heating, Silicon, 2019, 1-12.

9.     Badiger, R. I., Narendranath, S., & Srinath, M. S., Microstructure and mechanical properties of Inconel-625 welded joint developed through microwave hybrid heating, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture232(14),2018,  2462-2477.

10.  Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R.,Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Microstructure and tribological behavior of flame sprayed and microwave fused CoMoCrSi/CoMoCrSi–Cr3C2 coatings, Materials Research Express6(2),2018, 026512.

11.  TS Hemanth, Y Arunkumar, MS Srinath, Study the Effect of Different Roller Shape on the Spread of Material in Rolling Operation Using Manufacturing Simulation, Applied Mechanics and Materials 895, 2019, 290-294.

12.  Prasad, C. D., Joladarashi, S., Ramesh, M. R., Srinath, M. S., &Channabasappa, B. H., Influence of microwave hybrid heating on the sliding wear behaviour of HVOF sprayed CoMoCrSi coating, Materials Research Express5(8), 2018, 086519.

13.  Lingappa, M. S., Srinath, M. S., &Amarendra, H. J., On characterization of Microwave and Conventional Cast Bulk Brass, Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals71(7), 2018,1759-1769.

14.  Karthik, M., Honnaiah, C., Prasad, S. A., & Srinath, M. S., A Study on Fatigue Characteristics of Al-SiC Metal Matrix Composites Processed Through Microwave Energy, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 376, No. 1, p. 012068). IOP Publishing, 2018.

15.  A Bekal, AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Review on Material Processing Through Microwave Energy, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (1), 2018, 012079.

16.  SM Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Feasibility study on development of metal matrix composite by microwave stir casting, AIP Conference Proceedings 1943 (1),2018, 020011

17.  C Honnaiah, MS Srinath, SLA Prasad, Wear study of Al-SiC metal matrix composites processed through microwave energy, AIP Conference Proceedings 1943 (1),2018, 020060

18.  ML Shashank, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Casting of commercially available bulk copper by microwave melting process and its characterization, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 330 (1),2018,  012087

19.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Microstructural studies of cobalt based microwave clad developed on martensitic stainless steel (AISI-420), Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals 71 (3), 2018, 737-743

20.  HSS Chandra, YA Kumar, MS Srinath, M Gopal, Effect of Buffers and Robot in a Converging and Diverging Conveyor System for a Production Operation through Simulation Approach, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (5), 2018, 11346-11355

21.  S Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Microwaves: A source of energy for melting of bulk zinc, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2), 2018, 7782-7787.

22.  RI Badiger, S Narendranath, MS Srinath, Optimization of Parameters Influencing Tensile Strength of Inconel-625 Welded Joints Developed Through Microwave Hybrid Heating, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2), 2018, 7659-7667.

23.  MK Akshata, AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Sliding wear studies of microwave clad versus unclad surface of stainless steel 304, MATEC Web of Conferences 144,2018, 02010.

24.  TS Hemanth, Y Arunkumar, MS Srinath, Optimize the Rolling Process Parameters for Material AA1100 using Metal Forming Simulation, MATEC Web of Conferences 144, 2018,  03005.

25.  SM Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Melting of bulk non-ferrous metallic materials by microwave hybrid heating (MHH) and conventional heating: a comparative study on energy consumption, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering,2017,  40.

26.  SM Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, An experimental investigation to find the critical (coupling) temperature in microwave hybrid heating of bulk metallic materials, Materials Research Express 4 (10),2017, 106521.

27.  MS Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Microstructural and mechanical investigation of aluminium alloy (Al 1050) melted by microwave hybrid heating, Materials Research Express 4 (7), 2017, 076504

28.  AHJ Shashank Lingappa M., Srinath M. S., Microstructural Investigation and Characterization of Bulk Brass Melted by Conventional and Microwave Processing Methods, Materials Science Forum 890,2017, 356-361.

29.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Taguchi analysis on erosive wear behavior of cobalt based microwave cladding on stainless steel AISI-420, Measurement 99, 2017, 98-107.

30.  MS Srinath, AM Hebbale, Fuzzy prediction of slurry erosive behavior of cobalt based clad developed through microwave energy, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2), 2017, 1804-1811.

31.  MS Lingappa, MS Srinath, HJ Amarendra, Melting of 60Sn40Pb alloyusing microwave energy and its characterization, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2), 2017, 471-476.

32.  MS Srinath, AM Hebbale, Slurry Erosive Wear Studies of Cobalt based Microwave Clad, Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2), 2016, 471-476.

33.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Microstructural investigation of Ni based cladding developed on austenitic SS-304 through microwave irradiation, Journal of materials research and technology 5 (4), 2016, 293-301.

34.  TR Gouthama, G Harisha, YR Manjunatha, SMM Kumara, MS Srinath, Melting of tin using muffle furnace and microwave energy and its characterization, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 149 (1), 2016, 012100.

35.  AM Hebbale, MS Srinath, Microstructure and experimental design analysis of nickel based clad developed through microwave energy, Perspectives in Science 8, 2016,257-259.

 

Journals

  • Rakshith T.,  M. S. Srinath,  Y. Arunkumar, Hemanth S Thulasi, Optimization of Parameters for Elbow Component using Manufacturing Simulation, Advanced Materials Manufacturing & Characterization, 2016, 6 [1], 79-85.
  • Ajit M. Hebbale, Srinath M.S., “Microstructural Investigation of Ni based cladding developed on austenitic SS-304 through microwave irradiation”, Journal of Material Research and Technology, 2016, 5[4], 293-301
  • Suveg V Iyer, Sree Rajendra, M.S Srinath, “Design and Programming of an Integrated Automation of Lift Irrigation Pumping Station” i-manager’s Journal on Instrumentation & Control Engineering, 2016, 4 [3], 21-26.
  • Ajit Hebbale, Srinath M. S., Microstructure and Experimental Design Analysis of Nickel Based Clad Developed Through Microwave Energy, Perspectives in Science, 2016, 8, 257—259
  • T R Gouthama, G Harisha, Y R Manjunatha, S M Mohana Kumara, M S Srinath and M Shashank Lingappa, Melting of tin using muffle furnace and microwave energy and its characterization, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 2016, 149, doi:10.1088/1757-899X/149/1/012100.
  •    Sharath Chandra H.S, Y Arun Kumar, Srinath M.S., Effect of Operational Parameters in a Converging Conveyor System for an Assembly Operation (Simulation Approach), International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering and Technology, 2016, 5[3], 3698-3705.
  • Shashank Lingappa M., Srinath M. S., Amarendra H. J., “Melting of 60Sn40Pb using microwave energy and its characterization”, Materials Today Proceedings, 2017, 4[2], 471-476.
  • Srinath M. S., Ajit Hebbale M, Fuzzy prediction of slurry erosive behavior of cobalt based clad developed through microwave energy, Materials Today Proceedings, 2017, 4[2], 1804-1811.
  • Ajit Hebbale, Srinath M. S., “Taguchi analysis on erosive wear behavior of cobalt based microwave cladding on stainless steel AISI-420”, Measurements, 2017, 99, 98-107.
  • Ravindra I. Badiger, S. Narendranath, M.S. Srinath, Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Inconel-625 Welded Joint Developed through Microwave Hybrid Heating”, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B, J. of Engineering Manufacture, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/0954405417697350.
  • Shashank Lingappa M., Srinath M. S., Amarendra H. J., “Microstructural Investigation and Characterisation of Bulk Brass Melted by Conventional and Microwave Processing Methods, Materials Science Forum, 2017, 890, 356-361.

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Department of Industrial and Production Engineering

Malnad College of Engineering

Hassan - 573202

Ph: 9449692399

Email: yak@mcehassan.ac.in, arunkumar.belur@gmail.com