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MS Mechanical Engineering (Dynamics and Control)

Dynamics and Control aims to introduce the concepts of mathematical modelling, simulation, underlying forces and control theory to measure the performance of the multifaceted engineering systems. Further, it provides to examine or improve the dynamic response with the aid of control strategies for stabilizing the complex and unstable systems. Dynamics and Control is primarily focused by combining a variety of interesting fields such as nonlinear dynamics, mechatronics, robotics, dynamics of plates and shells, rotor-dynamics, control of mechanical systems, and acoustics etc.

Specific areas of interest include:

  • Nonlinear Dynamics of Physical Systems
  • Application of Control Theory to Autonomous/Distributed Systems
  • Space Systems and Vibrations
  • Vibro and Flow Acoustics

Students will acquire an exposure to analyze the real dynamic systems, identify or evaluate the system parameters, stability requirements, and the control schemes to regulate them. In nutshell, Dynamics and Control is a multi-disciplinary area in which students will be able to model and solve the dynamical complex systems in a variety of disciplines such as mechanical, aerospace, electrical, avionics, biological and so forth.

First Semester
  Core 1 3-0
  Core 2 3-0
  Elective 1 3-0
Second Semester
  Core 3 3-0
  Core 4 3-0
  Elective 2 3-0
Third Semester
  Elective 3 3-0
  Elective 4 3-0
Fourth Semester

Core Couses
Finite Element Methods 3--0
Advanced Mechanical Vibrations 3--0
Digital Control and Signal Processing 3--0
Linear Control Systems 3--0
Special Course in Dynamics and Control 3--0
Elective Courses
Mechanical Behavior of Materials 3--0
Fracture Mechanics 3--0
Advanced Mechanics of Materials 3--0
Mathematical Modeling and Simulation 3--0
Non Linear Dynamics and Chaos 3--0
Condition Monitoring of Rotating Machines 3--0
Vibrations of Plates and Shells 3--0
Rotordynamics 3--0
Nonlinear Control Systems 3--0
Optimal Control 3--0
Adaptive Control 3--0
Advanced Robotics 3--0
Automation and Control of Mechanical Systems 3--0
Signals and Mechanical Systems 3--0
Vibro Acoustics 3--0
Flow Acoustics 3--0
  • BS/ BE/ equivalent (16 Years of education) with a strong background in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering with minimum CGPA = 2.00 out of 4.00 or 60% marks (where CGPA not available) from HEC and PEC (where applicable) recognized Institute/University or from Foreign Institute/University of good repute.
  • GAT-A (General) conducted by NTS in the relevant field of study with = 50% marks or HAT (General) conducted by HEC in the relevant field of study with = 50% marks or GRE International (General) conducted by ETS, USA, with minimum score as Quantitative: 145, Verbal: 145, Analytical: 3.5