Department of Mechanical Engineering

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About the Department

Established in the year 2002, with 60 students, the Department of Mechanical Engineering has blossomed to 360 students in 2014 as a full- fledged state of the art facility, a centre of excellence for Quality Education. The Department boasts of highly qualified and experienced professionals with wide exposure in all aspects of the subjects they handle. Many faculties possess/ pursue PhD and are involved in research and consultancy projects including friction stir processing, welding, advanced machining, nano composite materials, alternate fuels, additives, tribology and wear.

The students of the department have consistently performed well in academics with 3 gold medals and 125 University ranks so far. In addition to academics, the students career is enhanced through training in soft skills, personality development and placement training classes. With industrial and field experts, value added programs such as CNC Machine Programming, CATIA, PIPING-SOFTWARE, CFD, SAP and GATE are regularly conducted. The major recruiters of the department include Yamaha, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra, F.L.Smidth, MRF, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, CTS. Many students also pursue higher studies at reputed national and international universities

Vision and Mission

VISION

The Department of Mechanical Engineering will be globally recognized as a pioneer in Under Graduate Engineering Programs through its excellence in teaching and research, catering to the significant and evolving societal needs.

MISSION

  • To serve the society by developing competent engineers with outstanding leadership qualities and ethical values.
  • To address the progressive needs of the society and industry using modern engineering tools and cutting edge technologies.
  • To inculcate the importance of professional development within budding engineers through sustained learning.

Programme Educational Objectives(PEO)

  • Graduates will contribute to the industrial and societal needs as per the recent developments using knowledge acquired through basic engineering education and training.
  • Graduates will be able to demonstrate technical knowledge and skills in their career with systems perspective, analyze, design, develop, optimize, and implement complex mechanical systems.
  • Graduates will be able to work in multidisciplinary environment developing complex mechanical systems.
  • Graduates will work as a team or as an individual with utmost commitment towards the completion of assigned task using apt communication, technical and management skills.
  • Graduate will recognize the importance of professional development by pursuing higher studies in various specializations.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

  • Engineering knowledge:
    Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis:
    Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions:
    Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems:
    Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage:
    Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society
    Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability
    Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics
    Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and Team work
    Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication
    Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project Management and Finance
    Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life long learning
    Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • Fundamental Domain Knowledge: Design mechanical systems in various fields of machine elements, thermal, manufacturing, industrial and inter disciplinary fields using engineering/technological tools.
  • Usage of software programs: Resolve new challenges in Mechanical Engineering using modern computer tools and software programs.
  • Continual learning and Research : Develop intellectual and technical solution to complex mechanical problems through continual learning and research.

HOD Profile

Dr. L. Karthikeyan, M.E, Ph.D

Professor and Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering

He has more than 18 years of Teaching and Research experience in the field of Mechanical Engineering. He believes in the accessibility of science and technology to all addressing the specific needs of the community. He has completed his B.E at A.C. College of Engineering and Technology, Karaikudi and M.E., from P.S.G College of Technology. He has received his Ph.D. from College of Engineering Guindy Campus, Anna University, one among the top ten technical universities in India.

His research interests include Friction Stir Processing, Friction Stir Welding, Superplastic forming and Composite Machining. As a research scholar he has contributed substantially towards the successful completion of a major research project to tune of Rs. 9.91 Lakh funded by U.G.C, Delhi.

Faculty Patent Details

Faculty List

S.No. Name Qualification Designation Area of Specialization Date of Joining Highest degree Year of Graduation Date on which Designated as Professor/ Associate Professor
1 Dr. L. Karthikeyan M.E.,Ph.D Professor & Head Industrial Engg. 16.07.2001 12 Dec 2010 01.12.2010
2 Dr. S. Chezhian babu M.E.,Ph.D Professor Automobile Engg. 02.06.2003 11 Nov 2014 01.07.2008
3 Dr. A. Anbarasu M.E.,Ph.D Professor Thermal power Engg 02.06.2004 16 Sep 2016 01.07.2014
4 Dr. D. Mohan gift M.E.,Ph.D Professor Engg. Design 01.07.2011 15 Jun 2017 28.11.2016
5 Dr. M. Puviyarasan M.E.,Ph.D Professor CAD 07.06.2004 20Nov 2016 01.06.2017
6 Mr. C.Karthikeyan M.E(Ph.D) Professor Internal Combustion Engines 01.06.2009 18 Feb 1994 01.06.2015
7 Dr. B.Balamugundan M.E.,Ph.D Professor Refrigeration& Air conditioning 08.05.2007 25 Sep 2021 01.06.2015
8 Dr. K. Thiruselvam M.E.,Ph.D Professor Automobile Engg 01.06.2005 20 Sep 2020 03.08.2020
9 Dr. T. Mayavan M.E.,Ph.D Professor Refrigeration& Air conditioning 12.07.2006 22 Jul 2018 01.07.2021
10 Dr. K.R.Padmavathi M.E.,Ph.D Professor CIM 01.07.2008 14 Dec 2020 01.07.2021
11 Dr. R.Sathiyamoorthi M.E.,Ph.D Asso. Professor Thermal power Engineering 07.06.2013 27 Dec 2017 01.06.2015
12 Dr. M. Dinesh Babu M.E.,Ph.D Asso. Professor Energy Systems Engineering 08.06.2016 24 Jan 2018 08.06.2016
13 Dr. A.Premkumar M.E.,Ph.D Asso. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 05.08.2013 29 Dec 2020 03.08.2020
14 Dr.G.Rathinasabapathi M.E.,Ph.D Asso. Professor CAD 15.05.2006 30 Apr 2021 01.06.2015
15 Mr. M. Raghupathi M.E Asso. Professor CAD 27.05.2013 30 Apr 2013 01.06.2015
16 Mr. J.Srinivas M.E(Ph.D) Asso. Professor Industrial Engg. 29.05.2015 30 Apr 2008 29.05.2015
17 Mr. D.Nithyanand M.E(Ph.D) Asso. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 29.05.2015 25 Jun 2009 29.05.2015
18 Mr. S Hariharan M.E Asso. Professor Engg. Design 15.06.2016 23 Apr 2013 15.06.2016
19 Mr. P. Sriram M.E Asso. Professor CAD/CAM 04.06.2012 30 Apr 2007 01.06.2016
20 Mr. N.Chandran M.Tech(Ph.D) Asso. Professor CAD/CAM 29.05.2015 30 May 2009 01.06.2016
21 Mr. T. S. Senthil M.E(Ph.D) Asso. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 03.06.2013 30 Jun 2008 28.11.2016
22 Mr. M. Saravanan M.E(Ph.D) Asso. Professor CAD/CAM 30.04.2013 30 Jun 2011 28.11.2016
23 Mrs .J. Sofia Vincent M.E(Ph.D) Asso. Professor CAD/CAM 08.02.2010 05 Apr 2016 01.06.2017
24 Mr. K.Naveen M.E(Ph.D) Asso. Professor Theraml Engg. 03.06.2015 25 Jun 2014 01.02.2017
25 Mr. J.Murugesan M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 29.05.2015 28 Jun 2011  
26 Mr. S.Senthil M.E Asst. Professor CIM 26.05.2014 30 Jun 2013  
27 Mr. R.Saravanan M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Energy Engg. 16.07.2014 24 May 2014  
28 Mr. C.Vinothkumar M.E Asst.Professor Thermal Engg. 29.05.2015 30 May 2013  
29 Mr. S.Thamizh Selvan M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 29.05.2015 30 Jun 2011  
30 Mr. V. Rajangam M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Energy Engg. 17.06.2015 30 Apr 2015  
31 Mr. S.Dhanasekar M.E Asst. Professor IC Engine 04.06.2014 15 Nov 2013  
32 Mr. S.Senthilkumar M.Tech Asst. Professor Energy Engg. 28.07.2014 30 Nov 2014  
33 Mr. J. Gunasekaran M.E(Ph.D) Asst.Professor CIM 29.05.2015 30 Nov 2012  
34 Mr. A.S.Manipandi M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor CAD 29.05.2015 30 Jun 2013  
35 Mr. P.Sakthikumar M.E Asst. Professor CAD 15.06.2016 30 Apr 2016  
36 Mr. N. Poyyamozhi M.E(Ph.D) Asst.Professor Thermal Power Engg 08.06.2016 30 May 2011  
37 Mr. N. Balaji M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 08.06.2016 30 Jun 2013  
38 Mr. S. Devaraj M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Engg. Design 08.06.2016 30 Apr 2014  
39 Mr. R. Suthan M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Thermal Engg. 08.06.2016 12 Jun 2013  
40 Mr. I John Solomon M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 08.06.2016 30 Apr 2010  
41 Mr. D.Rajesh M.E(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Energy Engg. 17.06.2015 30 Apr 2014  
42 Mr.K.Elavarasan M.Tech Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 25.02.2021 30 May 2011  
43 Mr. C.Velmurugan M.E Asst. Professor Engg.Design 25.02.2021 30 Apr 2014  
44 Mr. K.Rajesh M.E Asst. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 09.02.2019 30 Jun 2011  
45 Mr. S.Vigneshkumar M.E Asst. Professor CIM 11.02.2019 30 June 2015  
46 Mr. P.Karthikeyan M.E Asst. Professor Internal Combustion Engine 23.06.2018 30 May 2015  
47 Mr. M.Bharaneedharan M.S Asst. Professor Mechanical Engg. 23.06.2018 12 Feb 2010  
48 Mr. S.Karthikeyan M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 25.06.2018 30 Apr 2013  
49 Mr. S.Saravana Prakash M.E Asst. Professor Thermal Engg. 11.02.2019 30 Jun 2014  
50 Mr. R.Michael Jackson M.E Asst. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 11.02.2019 30 Jun 2015  
51 Mr. N.Subramonian M.E Asst. Professor Engg.Design 11.02.2019 30 Jun 2017  
52 Mr. R.Bergin M.E Asst. Professor Thermal Engg. 11.02.2019 30 Jun 2018  
53 Mr. Subhash  M M.E Asst. Professor Manufacturing 25.06.2018 30 Jun 2014  
54 Mr. M. Karthikganesh M.E Asst. Professor Internal Combustion Engine 23.06.2018 30 May 2015  
55 Mr. B. Dharumamuni M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 25.06.2018 30 Jun 2007  
56 Mr. K. Rajesh M.E Asst. Professor Engg.Design 25.06.2018 26 Apr 2010  
57 Mr. D. Saravanan M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 25.06.2018 30 Jun 2015  
58 Mr. V.Vignesh M.E Asst. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 12.02.2019 30 Jun 2016  
59 Mr. T.Rao Surtani M.E Asst. Professor Engg.Design 12.02.2019 30 Jun 2016  
60 Mr. M.Murshal Ahamed M.E Asst. Professor Energy Engg. 12.02.2019 30 May 2014  
61 Mr. K.Sathish M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 11.02.2019 30 Jun 2015  
62 Mr. T. Praveenkumar M.E Asst. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 12.02.2019 30 Apr 2014  
63 Mr. T.Rajendiran M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 25.02.2021 30 Jun 2011  
64 Mr. B.Prabhu M.E Asst. Professor CAD/CAM 25.02.2021 30 Apr 2013  
65 Mr. P.Arthis M.E Asst. Professor Automobile Engg. 25.02.2021 30 Apr 2016  
66 Mr. K.Ashokkumar M.E Asst. Professor Industrial Safety Engg. 25.02.2021 30 June 2014  
67 Mr. R.Ashok M.E Asst. Professor Thermal Engg. 25.02.2021 30 Jun 2015  
68 Mr. T. Surendhar M.E Asst. Professor Manufacturing Engg. 25.02.2021 30 Jun 2015  
69 Mr. P.Iyyan Paramanandam M.E Asst. Professor Thermal Engg. 25.02.2021 30 Jun 2014  
70 Mr. R.Bharathiraja M.E Asst. Professor Automobile Engg. 25.02.2021 30 Apr 2017  

Conference Publication

List of papers published in Conference by our Faculty

Journal Publication

List of papers published in Journals by our Faculty

Year 2021-2022 2020-2021 2019-2020 2018-2019
Web of Science (SCI/SCIE/ESCI) 14 8 6 17
SCOPUS 5 4 8 4
Google Scholar 0 34 2 28
Total 19 46 16 49

Books Published

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SAE Activities

S.No TITLE OF THE PROGRAM PROGRAM START DATE (DD/MM/YYYY) PROGRAM END DATE (DD/MM/YYYY) DURATION ( IN DAYS) NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS TOTAL EXPENSES (IN RUPEES)
1 Engine assembly and disassembly 28/06/2018 29/06/2018 2 76 44400
2 Aircraft design 17/12/2018 18/12/2018 2 21 44400
3 Internet of Things 25/06/2018 27/06/2018 3 74 75000
4 Non Destructive Testing 17/12/2018 18/12/2018 2 18 11400
5 Robotics 17/12/2018 18/12/2018 2 27 22000
S.No TITLE OF THE PROGRAM ORGANIZING AGENCY / INSTITUTE NAME PROGRAM END DATE (DD/MM/ YYYY) PROGRAM DURATION (IN DAYS) TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS AWARD /POSITION /RECOGNITION SECURED
1 TRIDENIS 2K18 VELAMMAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLO GY,CHENNAI 01/09/2018 01/09/2018 1 3
2 GOKARTCHAMPI ON SHIP LPU-PUNJAB 15/03/2019 18/03/2019 4 18
3 Bharath formula karting champions CADD Technologie s,Coimbator e,Tamilnadu 02/08/2018 04/08/2018 3 65
4 Bharath formula karting champions CADD Technologie s, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu 28/02/2019 02/03/2019 3 46
5 6th gokart design challenge INDIAN SOCIETY OF NEW ERA ENGINEER SGREATER NOIDA,UTT RAPRADES H 22/02/2019 27/02/2019 6 16
6 KINGS KARTING CHAMPHIO SHIP KINGS ENGINNERI NG COLLEGE,CHENNAI 09/01/2019 11/01/2019 3 25

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Department Library

The Department Library has separate from central and other libries which provides the staff and students latest informations in technical education research and development activities.

Dept Total No. of Volumes Total No. of Titles
Dept. of MECH. 1925 462

These Library subscribes 32936 National & International E-Journals including

  • IEEE
  • Springer
  • Elsevier
  • ASME
  • ASCE
  • Mcgraw Hil
  • STM

Journal In addition 4211 E-Books in all the fields of Engineering, Management, Basic Science and Humanities is the regular feature of our library. Every effort has been made to obtain all titles recommended by the faculty

Question Bank

YR/SEM SUB CODE SUB TITLE GOOGLE SITES
II yr/ III sem 21MA1302 Transforms and Partial differential equations https://sites.google.com/view/transforms-partial-diff-equa
21ME1301 Engineering Thermodynamics https://sites.google.com/view/enigneering-thermodynamics
21ME1302 Strength of Materials for Mechanical Engineers https://sites.google.com/view/somme
21ME1303 Engineering materials and metallurgy https://sites.google.com/view/engg-materials-metallurgy
21ES1301 Electric drives and Control https://sites.google.com/view/electric-drives-and-control
III yr/ V sem ME8501 Metrology and Measurements https://sites.google.com/view/metrology-measurements
ME8593 Design of Machine Elements https://sites.google.com/view/designof-machine-elements
ME8594 Dynamics of Machines https://sites.google.com/view/dynamics-of--machines
ME8595 Thermal Engineering - II https://sites.google.com/view/thermal-engineering-2
OR0551 Renewable Energy resources https://sites.google.com/view/renewable--energy
IV yr/ VII sem ME8073 Unconventional Machining Processes https://sites.google.com/view/unconventional-machining-proce
ME8097 Non Destructive Testing and Evaluation https://sites.google.com/view/non-destructive--testing
ME8791 Mechatronics https://sites.google.com/view/mecha--tronics
ME8792 Power plant Engineering https://sites.google.com/view/powerplantengineering
ME8793 Process Planning and Cost Estimation https://sites.google.com/view/process-planning-and-cost-esti
OML751 Testing of Materials https://sites.google.com/view/testingofmaterials

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