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Jobs after M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

October 10, 2011

Post graduation in Mechanical engineering is good mainly from academic and industry research perspective. They have reasonable opportunities, more abroad than India because of the presence of lot of manufacturing firms. Germany, Korea, Japan, and US are some of those countries where mechanical engineers, especially with specialization in automobile engineering can find good jobs. In India, jobs are relatively less fitting a post graduation in mechanical engineering. There is very little research happening in manufacturing sector in India.


Private Sector Jobs after M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

Students who possess a postgraduate degree in mechanical engineering or an additional degree in management can find jobs with the managerial or administrative departments of pioneer industries in the private sector. If they choose, it is also possible for them to go for industry research. Other opportunities are:

  • Teaching in Engineering Colleges
  • Consultant in transportation, logistics and automobile engineering firms
  • IT firms like IBM and Wipro take post graduate mechanical engineers in their software division which supports automobile engineering giants like Ford and other heavy machinery manufacturing giants.
  • Automobile, piping, power sector
  • Fundamental pre-sea training or a program in nautical science to join as navigating officers or marine engineers.

Government Sector Jobs after M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

Simultaneously, there are a lot of career opportunities that are made available for postgraduate students of Mechanical engineering. Freshers can join as Junior Engineers and there is a possibility that skilled engineers can get promoted to the positions of Assistant Engineers, Assistant Executive Engineers and Executive Engineers in public sector firms which are into multiple areas of manufacturing sector like power plants, machinery plans like HAL and so on. The top most position a mechanical engineer can attain is Superintendent Engineer. These engineers are wanted in field like



  • Automobile
  • Oil exploration and Refineries
  • Machine tools
  • Mining
  • Heavy Machineries
  • Space Exploration
  • Electronics firms, etc.

Oil manufacturing firms like HPCL offer good opportunities too. In addition to this, the technical divisions of the Defense as well as the space research organization also need mechanical engineers. On top of this, the field of agriculture also gives a big importance to mechanical engineers. Here, engineers are required to manufacture as well as design the equipments needed to enhance the yield of crops.

Job Prospects Abroad after M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

There are quite a few job opportunities that are available for postgraduates of Mechanical Engineering. Many leading international private as well as government firms employ Mechanical Engineers for research purposes. There are top quality research centres of excellence in mechanical engineering field. Some top notch firms who take in post graduate mechanical engineers are Siemens, Ford and so on.

List of mechanical core companies in India

October 10, 2011

Dear Friend,

Don’t think about the job as you are a student of an evergreen as well as a core branch i.e.,Mechanical stream.

there are so many chances in Govt. as well as private companies.

There huge number of Core Companies for Mechanical engineer.
some of them are:

1:Hindustan Motors Ltd
2:Hyundai Motors India Ltd
3:Mahindra & Mahindra
4:Royal Enfield Ltd
5:Addison & Co Ltd
6:Ashok Leyland Ltd, Ennore
7:Axles India Ltd
8:TATA Motors
9:Sundaram-Clayton Ltd
10:Tractor and Farm Equipment (TAFE)
11:Tube Investments of India Ltd
13:Bharat Electronics Ltd.(BEL)
14:Jindal Steel
15:Steel Authority of India Limited(SAIL)
16:Geometrics ,The Developers software for Machine Companies etc…..

Good luck!!!
Good luck!!!

Introduction | Fluid Mechanics | Fluid properties

September 16, 2011

Fluid Mechanics – Introduction

01-Fluid Mechanics example - Static and Turbulent Flow - Analysis -Dynamic  analysis - CFD

Fluid Mechanics is that section of applied mechanics, concerned with the statics and dynamics of liquids and gases.

A knowledge of fluid mechanics is essential for the Mechanical engineer, because the majority of Mechanical processing operations are conducted either partially or totally in the fluid phase.

The handling of liquids is much simpler, much cheaper, and much less troublesome than handling solids.

Even in many operations a solid is handled in a finely divided state so that it stays in suspension in a fluid.

Fluid Statics: Which treats fluids in the equilibrium state of no shear stress

 02-Fluid Mechanics example - Static and Turbulent Flow - Analysis -Dynamic  analysis - CFD

Fluid Mechanics: Which treats when portions of fluid are in motion relative to other parts.

03-Fluid Mechanics example - Static and Turbulent Flow - Analysis -Dynamic  analysis - CFD

Fluids and their Properties


In everyday life, we recognize three states of matter:

  • solid,
  • liquid and
  • gas.

Although different in many respects, liquids and gases have a common characteristic in which they differ from solids: they are fluids, lacking the ability of solids to offer a permanent resistance to a deforming force.

fluid is a substance which deforms continuously under the action of shearing forces, however small they may be.Conversely, it follows that:
If a fluid is at rest, there can be no shearing forces acting and, therefore, all forces in the fluid must be perpendicular to the planes upon which they act.

Shear stress in a moving fluid

Although there can be no shear stress in a fluid at rest, shear stresses are developed when the fluid is in motion, if the particles of the fluid move relative to each other so that they have different velocities, causing the original shape of the fluid to become distorted. If, on the other hand, the velocity of the fluid is same at every point, no shear stresses will be produced, since the fluid particles are at rest relative to each other.

Mechatronics / Introduction

September 16, 2011

Mechatronics is a word originated in Japan in 1980s to denote the combination of technologies which go together to produce industrial robots.

A formal definition of Mechatronics is “the synergistic integration of Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, Computer technology, and IT to produce or enhance products and systems.’’

The various fields that make up Mechatronics is shown in Fig

01-what is Mechatronics-Introduction-Mechanical and Eletronics

Examples of such systems are

  • Computers,
  • Disk drives,
  • Photocopiers,
  • Fax machines,
  • VCR,
  • Washing machines,
  • CNC machine tools,
  • Robots, etc.

Today’s modern cars are also mechatronics product with the usage of electronic engine management system, collision detection, global positioning system, and others.

01-mechatronics-design-combination of mechanical and electronics

The concept of mechatronics is very important today to meet the customers’ ever increasing demands and still remain competitive in the global market. Very often a mechanical engineer without the mechatronics background is considered equivalent to a mechanical engineer without the engineering drawing knowledge.

Mechatronics requires thinking products and processes so transverse. Mechatronics is “burst the walls, with a steering matrix. The pilot at the highest level of the enterprise is essential in this context, to afford in front needs to be implemented.

The design should no longer be sequentially: the mechatronics approach requires thinking about the product as a whole (all skill areas at a time) and not by separating the mechanical part, then electronics, then the sensor – actuators and computers at risk to achieve additional cost prohibitive.


The project manager must master the various areas and not be an expert in one of mechatronics technology: It was necessary to avoid watching the draft with an eye mechanics or electronics. The pilot is here, as elsewhere, the role of a conductor, not a virtuoso.

The phases of integration are sensitive, such that an electronic assembly in a machine shop (or vice versa). There are telescoping and areas of project management and competence, which involves work that is done jointly, to ultimately obtain not a purely mechanical or purely electronic, but a set that combines the advantages of 2, which can not be separated.