Principal

KSR - Principal

Dr K.Sreenivasa Reddy

Principal,

KKC Institute of Technology & Engineering, Puttur

Qualifications

  • Awarded Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from J.N.T.U. College of Engineering, Anantapuramu under the guidance of Dr. K Rajagopal, Hon. Ex Vice-Chancellor J. N. T. University, Hyderabad.
  • Master of Engineering in Automobile Engineering with Distinction from M.I.T, Anna University, Chennai, Tamilnadu (India)
  • Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering with First class from S.V. University College of Engineering, S.V. University, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh (India)

Achievements

  • Presented 24 research papers in Journals & Conferences
  • Acted as Coordinator for 42 conferences
  • Attended 11 workshops and 2 refresher programs

Reviewership (Conferences)

Membership in Professional Bodies

  • Life Member of International Society of Research & Development (ISRD)
  • Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) [Member No. LM 72301].
  • Fellow Member of “The Institution of Engineers (India)” [Member No. F-116495-5].

 Experience

He has a total 27 years of experience into teaching.

Books Published

  • A TEXT BOOK TITLED “FUTURE EFFICIENT DI DIESEL ENGINE WITH SUITABILITY FOR VEGETABLE OILS” LAP LAMBRETTA PUBLISHERS.

About

Ever since the rise of fuel costs, the diesel engine manufacturers throughout the world, for the past few years, have been allocating a great deal of research for the improvement of the engine thermal efficiency. Numbers of methods are being suggested by various experts and researchers. Among them, the Low Heat Rejection (LHR) Engine concept is at the forefront. From the day of invention of the LHR Engine, maximum thermal efficiency improvement obtained so far is very less. A solemn attempt is made in this research is to develop an Efficient LHR (E-LHR) engine to achieve higher thermal efficiency. Different levels of insulations with special lubricants are tried on the C.I. Engine to achieve the best one in terms of performance, emissions and other combustion parameters. The E-LHR Engine suggested in this work has been tested with different vegetable oils for their suitability. Theoretical investigations are also carried out to verify at which injection pressure and compression ratio, the C.I. Engine has better performance characteristics when Jatropha is used as fuel. All these investigations are useful to lead to a substantial contribution to the development of E-LHR engine.

  • A TEXTBOOK TITLED “FINITE ELEMENT METHODS” FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING under SCITECH PUBLISHERS.

 About

Finite element methods in civil engineering are an indispensable textbook that gives students the tools to understand how to think about and analyze components in respective manner. It take(s) a step back from the finite difference methods to help students understand the meaning of the analysis and why finite element method conclusions in the many approach. It meets the requirements of undergraduate students of civil engineering for the paper on finite element.