Workshops

A Two Day Workshop on “Arduino Mini CNC Plotter” is Conducted on 28th & 29th November-2020

CNC stands for Computerized Numerical Control. CNC Machining is about automating the machine tool operations for more precision and ease in manufacturing. In this workshop, participants can build a fully functional 3-axis CNC machine using Arduino, which can perform manufacturing operations like drilling, milling, and cutting. The tool can be operated with the help of G Codes and Arduino interfacing. The workshop aims to make the participants (students) understand the working of CNC and train them to build their own CNC plotter using Arduino, for different purposes. In This program was attended by 64 participants from IV year of Mechanical Engineering Department.

A National Level 5 Day workshop on Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Latest Trends in Industry Conducted on 17th to 21th August 2020

In this workshop main goal Air Conditioning and Refrigeration workshop is to provide a broad introduction to air conditioning and refrigeration systems, including everyday operation & important refrigerant safety practices. The workshop is a great overview for maintenance technicians, multi-craft tradespeople, building managers, HVAC technicians, or anyone seeking to improve their R&AC operation and maintenance skills. Students are taught common practices and some "tricks-of-the-trade" for general operation and maintenance of their R&AC systems. They will learn about maintenance schedules and servicing, system diagnostics, troubleshooting, and fine-tuning to gain maximum efficiency. The workshop also covers an introduction to commercial and industrial chillers, regulatory laws, and energy conservation. Overall, we will help you get the maximum life out of your Refrigeration & Air Conditioning systems while keeping them up and running as efficiently and consistently as possible.

A National Level One Day Webinar on HVAC Systems & Ventilation Standards for COVID-19 Conducted on 12th May 2020

Malla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous) on 12th May 2020. The primary objective of the workshop is explained by Dr.A.Raveendra, Professor thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality methods. HVAC system design is a discipline of mechanical engineering, based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. "Refrigeration" is sometimes added to the field's abbreviation, as HVAC or HVACR or "ventilation" is dropped, as in HACR (as in the designation of HACR-rated circuit breakers).

A National Level One Day Webinar on Intelligent Robot Assistance for fighting COVID-19 Conducted on 06th May 2020

The primary objective of the workshop is inaugurated and explained by Dr.A.Ravindra, Professor & Principal, during this workshop Robotics Assistance is characterized by three distinct generations of development. First-generation robots were involved with automation, performing simple repetitive tasks. Second-generation robots include high-end military robots, R&D robots, low-priced cleaning robots, and entertainment-oriented robots. Third-generation robots include humanoid-like machines that understand natural languages and people’s behavior leading to the evolution of autonomous robots.

A National level one day workshop on 3D Printing – The Future of Manufacturing Technology Conducted on 23rd & 24th of December 2019

The popularity and awareness of 3D Printing are exploding workshop is conducted in MREC(A). It is breaking down barriers in design and manufacturing, and making what was previously impossible, possible for anyone with just a basic understanding of the technology. Everyone can make any Solid objects by just a device connected to our computer. The 3D Printing Workshop is a two-day event exclusively for beginners who want to get complete knowledge on 3D printing with live demos and gain exposure to every main facet of 3D printing including 3D Modelling, 3D Scanning, and 3D Slicing.

A National Level 3 Days workshop on Recent Trends in Alternative Fuels for IC Engines Conducted on 21st to 23 rd Feb 2019

In this workshop full awareness is built about Alternate fuels and internal combustion engine area aims to develop state-of-art experiments related to Internal Combustion Engines and vehicles apart from Emission and engine-related Tribological Investigations. The dedicated engine research laboratory paves the way for a balanced development of this front-line area of research, which has several fully instrumented single and multi-cylinder engine test benches for different types of engines/dynamometers. Current research topics include Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) for in-cylinder flow visualization, Phase Doppler Interferometry (PDI) for spray characterization, combustion visualization and optical diagnostics, Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI), HCCI/PCCI of gasoline and diesel-like fuels, Engine Noise and vibration, Laser Ignition of CNG and hydrogen.

A National Level Two Day Workshop on Advances in HVAC Conducted on 3rd and 4th August 2018

In this workshop full awareness is built about HVAC systems. HVAC systems are the major electricity consumers in modern commercial buildings, up to 50% of the total consumption. There have been many applications of artificial intelligence in this area of building systems to improve the response rate, save energy, and reduce life cycle costs. In this workshop look at the knowledge-based design, expert system-based maintenance, system identification-based control, computer vision-based control, neural network-based control, static fuzzy logic based and self-learning fuzzy logic-based controls etc.

A Three-day Workshop on IUCEE International Engineering Educators' Certification Program Conducted on Feb 3 - 6, 2018

This is a three-day hands-on face-to-face workshop by global experts in engineering education and is designed to enabled the participants to begin to understand the principles of learner-centred teaching; to design or redesign a course and its elements, emphasizing learning outcomes; to develop different teaching and active learning strategies for implementation of these elements, to design formative and summative assessment tools and rubrics for outcomes assessment.

A National Level one-week workshop on PTC CREO Parametric 3.0 Conducted on 4thto 10th JAN 2018

In MREC Campus PTC CREO Parametric 3.0 conducted on 4thto 10th JAN 2018. During this workshop main aim of focusing to empower manufacturers, engineers, and designers to gain a different perspective by presenting new ways to think about and explore design iterations. Experts are taught different ways of thinking of Design passionate and knowledgeable staff have decades of design and engineering experience. Especially focused on solving problems by going beyond the Creo software itself and diving into design problems, allowing your team to learn quickly, efficiently, and facilitating a rewarding learning experience.

A National Level Threes Days workshop on Thermal Engineering Challenges for Future Engineers Conducted on 14thto 16th Sep 2017

During this workshop, Despite the number of global engineering challenges that have been identified for the 21st century, this article focuses only on those challenges that are primarily germane to thermal engineering. Some specific challenges that have been identified include energy conservation and efficiency of mechanical equipment, energy conservation / thermal management in buildings, development of sustainable energy generation, and advancement of thermal management technologies from nano- to macro-scale. Thermal engineers will also be required to attain a better understanding of fundamental phenomena governing complex and integrated mechanical, chemical and energy systems as well as broaden the perspectives to include an ever-widening range of length and time scales.

A National Level One-Week Workshop on Ansys 16 And Creo Under TEQUIP-II Conducted on 3rd to 10th JAN 2017

During this program, MREC(A) was designed to train the participants to apply the knowledge in mechanical engineering, engineering analysis, and product design and automated manufacturing using Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) Tools. The participants used facilitate, the participants will be exposed to state-of-the-art techniques for engineering design and analysis using well-known commercial CAD/CAE software like PTC CREO, ANSYS, 20-Sim, MINITAB, etc. through hands-on exercises.

A National Level two-day workshop on Hands on practice on 3D Printing Conducted on 1st to 2nd JULY 2016

In this workshop demonstrate 3D printers work, shows and participated people made several design shapes, and examine the 3D printing ecosystem. It is also exploring the future of 3D printing and discuss this technology will revolutionize our world. The workshop materials include informative video lectures, on-location interviews with a variety of 3D printing experts, and engaging hands-on exercises. Learners who completed this introductory course will have a solid understanding of 3D printing and its revolutionary potential and will to print and customize 3D designs.

A Five Days National Level Workshop on Thermodynamics Conducted on 8th to 12th MARCH 2016

An important initiative has been taken by MREC(A) to work with Engineering Colleges in the country to enhance the teaching skills of our faculty colleagues in core Engineering and Science Subjects. Under this program called “Empowerment of Students & Teachers through Synchronous & Asynchronous Instruction,” MREC(A) conducts five days workshops, Participating teachers attend live lectures given by MREC(A) faculties conducted various sessions in the same centers. Lecture transmission and live interaction take place through distance mode using online network technology.

A Two Days National level workshop on Advanced Thermodynamics, Conducted on 9th to 10th DEC 2015

In this workshop viewed as the next step, where the thermodynamic principles will be employed to discuss about different power-producing & absorbing cycles. Properties of pure substance will be discussed, along with the thermodynamic property relations, thereby enabling the participants to estimate all relevant thermodynamic properties at any particular state point. Subsequently, the gas & vapor power cycles will be analyzed, followed by the principles of cogeneration & combined cycles. Then the refrigeration cycles will be introduced, followed by a discussion on the selection of refrigerants. Subsequently, the properties of gas mixtures and gas-vapor mixtures will be discussed, leading to psychrometry & psychrometric processes. The course will be completed with a brief introduction to chemical equilibrium.

A Two-Day National Level workshop on Advances in NANO Technology, Conducted on 5th to 6th Feb 2015

This workshop based on nanomaterials and nanotechnology was held in MREC(A), Secunderabad on December 5thto 6thFeb 2015. A special focused effort to enhance interactions between nanomaterials and nanotechnology scientific research is one important way to create a culture where international cooperation is the rule rather than the exception. This workshop was developed to provide important on most critical and timely issues facing those investigators developing new nanomaterials and technologies related to those materials and the best practices for catalyzing cooperative research in the emerging area of nanomaterials

A Two Day National Level Workshop on Engineering Drawing Conducted on 12th And 13th Sep 2014

The Engineering Drawing is to draw and reading drawings, sketches, technical drawings, diagrams, which are graphically by means of technical ideas in the process of elaboration and implementation. It is expression of technical ideas and drawing skills acquired resistance is achieved by the development of the full range of technical disciplines in the profile, enhanced practice course and degree projects. The main Objectives of The Workshop is to refresh the knowledge on the Engineering Drawing subject for the faculty of Mechanical/Civil/Aeronautical / Production Engineering Around 200 students wholeheartedly felt that they have learned few concepts both theoretically and practically in this visit to INCOIS. This visit is coordinated by D.Praveen kumar, M.Murali Krishna,B.Upender Rao and Mr.Kranthi Kumar.We thanks management and TEQUIP II for providing such a wonderful opportunity for visiting INCOIS, Hyderabad. To expose the utilization of modeling software in the creation of 2D &3D objects. To provide pedagogical methods in handling Engineering Drawing subject.

A Two-Day National Level Workshop on Finite Element Analysis Conducted on 12th to 13th June 2014

The objective of this program is to provide the faculty members working in engineering colleges and research scholars with a theoretical and practical knowledge of the Finite Element Method and the skills required to analyze engineering problems with ANSYS. This workshop is designed in such a way that, in addition to the fundamental topics, advanced topics concerning modeling and analysis with ANSYS in line with current research scenario through expert lectures and hands on training.