Computational Mechanics

Computational Mechanics is a recent discipline inducted in the Mechanical Engineering department. With the advent of sophisticated computational resources, PG students in Computational mechanics backgrounds learn to find the solution of mechanical engineering problems through intensive simulations. The core courses in this discipline include Finite element method, Numerical analysis, Continuum Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Further students can opt to choose elective courses from machine design, fluid and thermal, or manufacturing science and technology according to their interest. The past computational mechanics specialized students were able to get placed in companies such as ANSYS, Robert Bosch, Siemens, etc.

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Program Coordinator: Prof. Sachin Singh Gautam, Contact No: +91 361 2583433