M. Tech Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems - Overview

M. Tech in Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems (TSES) is a two-year postgraduate specialisation degree course offered by the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. The PG program aims at providing sufficient theoretical knowledge in the thermal and fluid sciences combined with simulation and experimental skills applied to renewable energy systems, heat exchangers, and fluid dynamics research. The program aims to equip students to showcase their expertise in advanced research fields like computation fluid dynamics, refrigeration and cryogenics, solar thermal systems, design and analysis of thermal systems, and numerical methods. Additionally, to get acquainted with the operation of various thermal systems and usage of high-end instruments, thermal and renewable energy laboratory courses are part of the program, which majorly covers stability analysis, hybrid system analysis as well as energy and exergy analyses. Even the desired ethics in the profession is taught in research methodology, while the scope to opt for multidisciplinary courses widespread the research. The PG program incorporates:

  • Highly qualified and dedicated faculty
  • Well-equipped laboratories meeting the requirements of undergraduate courses in Computer Engineering, Research and Consultancy.
  • Seminar presentation
  • Industrial Training
  • Guest lectures by experts
  • Various co-curricular activities such as paper and poster presentations

AIMS OF PROGRAM (As per IET)

AIM 1:  To impart knowledge in the field of heat power and energy systems with a special note on the efficient power generation and utilization considering environmental and societal matters.

AIM 2:  Collaborating with pertinent industries and research laboratories to take up and resolve the realtime challenges pertaining to energy technologies.

AIM 3:  Application of modern engineering tools, methodologies, multidisciplinary approaches and management skills to energy domain issues.

AIM 4:  Effectively carry out the professional assignments and high-end research in the conventional, new and renewable energy sectors under the ethical and legal framework.

 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOME (As per IET)

Post Graduates of the Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems program must:

LO 1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics and design principles in the analysis of complex thermal engineering problems.

LO 2:  Identify the appropriate experimental methodology in thermal science and analyze them through suitable instrumentation.

LO 3: Design and analyze the heat transport systems to cater to the need of a wide range of operating parameters.

LO 4: Assess the need for thermal energy conversion, conservation, and management in energy sectors.

LO 5: Identify appropriate techniques, resources, modern engineering and IT tools to model and analyze the complex thermal Engineering systems.

LO 6: Efficiently work in a team, and contribute to the collaborative-multidisciplinary project and research works to achieve common goals.

LO 7: Make use of the engineering and management principles as a member or leader, considering the economical aspects.

LO 8: Effectively communicate the complex Manufacturing Engineering activities through presentations, reports and documentations to the engineering community and society at large.

LO 9: Recognize the need, have the ability and readiness to engage in life-long learning and dedicate to enrich Manufacturing Engineering knowledge and skill.

LO 10:Practice the professional code of conduct, follow the ethics of research, and consider the impact of Manufacturing Engineering research outcomes and solutions, in the global and societal context.

M. Tech Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems - Career Opportunities

  • Power plants /energy sector industries, auto industries, etc
  • Higher studies at national/ foreign universities
  • Placed at national and international research centers

 

Course Outline:

MTech Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems Course Outline

 

Key Dates & Deadlines

15

15

Mar ' 23

Last date to Apply

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Tentative Course Commencement Date

M. Tech Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems - Course Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

M. Tech Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems - Qualification

BE / BTech in Mechanical Engineering/Industrial and Production Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering/ Automobile Engineering / Aeronautical Engineering.

Facilties

Laboratories
World-class laboratories give learning a practical dimension

Innovation Centre
State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research

Libraries
Libraries have excellent resources for reference and study

MUTBI
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Computing Facility
Wi-fi campus with modern computing and digital facilities