DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

The Department of Mechanical Engineering came into being in the year 1999 and the first batch of Mechanical Engineers graduated in the year 2003. The department was first started with the intake strength of 40 seats in 1999. After, the intake was increased to 60 seats in 2004. At present the department offers 120 seats from 2014. The department has both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Mechanical Engineering and Design. In the year 2013 Post Graduate Programme in Engineering Design was launched. The department has laboratory and workshop facilities with modern sophisticated equipment to carry out research in all areas related to Mechanical Engineering. Throughout its history, the department has provided a strong technical foundation to prepare students to meet the changing needs of industry.


VISION

To produce competent mechanical engineers specifically from rural based population to confront the latest technological innovations

MISSION

1. Imparting quality education and training to nurture competitive mechanical engineers.

2. Motivating innovations in the various fields of mechanical engineering with better infrastructure facilities to meet the industrial and societal requirements

3. Inculcating ethical values in their careers for their successful life.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)
    PEO 1: Core Competence
  • Graduates will excel in their professional career with strong fundamental technical background.
  • PEO 2: Breadth
  • Graduates will be able to demonstrate their technical skills in designing, fabrication and installation of new mechanical components.
  • PEO 3: Lifelong Learning
  • Graduates will be competent to exhibit their multidisciplinary skills in related fields of Mechanical Engineering.
  • PEO 4: Professionalism
  • Graduates will pursue higher studies in mechanical related disciplines to work in the field of Teaching and Research.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)
    PO1: Engineering Knowledge
  • Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and core engineering for complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem Analysis
  • Identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems.
  • PO3: Design and Development of Solutions
  • Design and develop solutions for complex engineering problems.
  • PO4: Investigation of Complex Problems
  • Use Research-based knowledge to conduct investigations of complex problems.
  • PO5: Modern Tool Usage
  • Apply appropriate modern tools and techniques to tackle Mechanical Engineering problems.
  • PO6: Engineer and Society
  • Provide solutions to Mechanical Engineering problems relevant to societal needs.
  • PO7: Environment and Sustainability
  • Acquire contemporary knowledge to sustain in the ever changing environment.
  • PO8: Ethics
  • Apply professional ethics.
  • PO9: Individual and Teamwork
  • Exhibit individual and leadership qualities in multidisciplinary group.
  • PO10: Communication
  • Comprehend and communicate effectively in a team.
  • PO11: Lifelong Learning
  • Engage independently in life-long learning.
  • PO12: Project Management and Finance
  • Plan and manage a project in a cost effective manner.

LABORATORY DETAILS

  The department laboratories are fully equipped with all required equipments and software needed for practical and Research oriented work of the students. The departments aspires to conduct symposium/energy club every year and inspires the students and faculty memberts to participate in various technical research activities.

01.Manufacturing Technology Lab-I
Centre Lathe with accessories, Arc welding machine, Gas welding machine (without O2 cylinder) , Hand Shear 300mm, Standard tools and calipers for sheet metal work, Moulding Table, Moulding boxes, tools and patterns, Injection Moulding Machine
02.Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab
Orifice meter setup, Venturi meter setup, Rotameter setup,Pipe Flow analysis setup, Scientific   Linux, Centrifugal pump setup, Reciprocating pump setup, Gear pump setup, Pelton wheel setup, Francis turbine setup, Kaplan turbine setup, Jet Pump
03.Manufacturing Technology Lab II
Turret and Capstan Lathes, Horizontal Milling Machine, Vertical Milling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine, Shaper, Slotter Radial Drilling Machine, Lathe Tool Dynamometer, Gear Hobbing Machine, Pillar Drilling Machine, Cylindrical Grinding Machine, Planer Brazing Machine, Milling Tool Dynamometer Tool and Cutter Grinding, Universal Milling Machine
04.Strength of Materials Lab
Universal Tensile Testing machine With double shear attachment (40 Ton Capacity),Torsion Testing Machine(60 NM capacity), Impact Testing Machine(300 J Capacity), Brinell Hardness Testing Machine , Rock Well Hardness Testing Machine, Spring Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscopes, Muffle Furnace(800 °C), Deflection Test On Beams, Disc polish Machine, Strain Measurement Using Rosette Strain Gauge
05.CAD LAB
1. Computer System, 2. 15.6” LCD Monitor, 3. i3-3320 CPU 3.30GHz processor, 4. 300 GB Hard disk, 5. 2GB Ram, 6. Mouse, 7. Keyboard , Ansys Version 11, CNC Trainer System, Autodesk AutoCAD 2011, Scientific   Linux, Solid works
06.Thermal Engineering Laboratory – I
Red Wood Viscometer , Flash and Fire Point , 4-Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine with Mechanical loading, 4-Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine with Hydraulic loading, 4-Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine with Electrical loading, I.C Engine – 2 stroke and 4 stroke cut section model , Multi-cylinder Petrol Engine, Single Cylinder Diesel Engine (High speed), Single Cylinder Petrol Engine, Data Acquisition System setup , Steam Boiler with Turbine Setup
07.Dynamics Laboratory
Cam Analyzer, Motorized Gyroscope., Governor Apparatus(Watts, Proell, Porter and Hartnell), Whirling of Shaft apparatus., Balancing of reciprocating masses, Static and dynamic balancing machine, Vibration test facilities apparatus, Cantilever Beam Setup , Bifilar Suspension setup, Spring Mass System, Compound Pendulum, Turn Table Apparatus. Dynamic balancing machine, Stroboscope, Study of gear Trains setup
08.CAM Lab
Trainer CNC lathe
CNC Milling Machine
Computer System
1. 5.6” LCD Monitor 
2. Dual core E2610 3 GHz processor
3. 80 GB Hard disk
4. 512 MB Ram
5. 945 GC chipset
6. Motherboard
6. Mouse
7. Keyboard
09.Metrology and Measurement Lab
Micrometer, Vernier Caliper, Vernier Height Gauge, Vernier Depth Gauge, Slip Gauge Set, Gear Tooth Vernier, Sine Bar, Bevel Protractor, Floating Carriage Micrometer, Profile Projector, Mechanical Comparator, Temperature Measuring Setup, Displacement Measuring Setup(LVDT) , Force Measuring Setup, Torque Measuring Setup, Autocollimator, Tool Makers Microscope, Dial Gauge Calibration, Sine centre.
10.Thermal Engineering Laboratory II
Guarded plate apparatus
Lagged pipe apparatus
Natural convection apparatus
Forced convection apparatus
Pin-fin apparatus
Stefan-Boltzmann apparatus
Emissivity measurement apparatus
Parallel/counter flow heat exchanger
Two stage reciprocating air compressor
Refrigeration test rig
Air-conditioning test rig
11.Mechatronics Laboratory
Basic Pneumatic Trainer Kit 
PLC trainer kit
Electro-Pneumatic Kit
8051 – Microcontroller kit with stepper motor
AC servo Motor Controller
HYDROSIM & PNEUMOSIM Software
LABVIEW software
Hydraulic Training kit
Air compressor
12.Engineering Practice Laboratory

Carpentry vice (fitted to work bench)
Centre Lathe with accessories
Standard woodworking tools
Planer (electric) 
Planer
Welding booth
Welding accessories like welding shield, chipping hammer, wire brush, etc.
Centre lathe 
Hearth furnace, anvil and smithy tools
Angle Grinder
Study-purpose items: centrifugal pump, air-conditioner

 

Faculties

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1.Dr.P.NATARAJAN M.E.,Ph.D.FIE

Professor & Principal

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2.Dr.M.RAJAGOPAL M.E.,Ph.D.

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3.Dr.A.PASUPATHY M.E.,Ph.D.

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4.Mr.S.THARAKNATH M.Tech.,(Ph.D)

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5.Mr.M.VINOTH M.E.,(Ph.D)

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6.Mr.R.PRABHAKARAN M.E.,(Ph.D)

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7.Mr.S.ASHFAQUE AHMED M.TECH.,(Ph.D)

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8.Mr.M.NITHIYANANDAM M.E.,(Ph.D)

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9.Mr.M.THAMARAI SELVAN M.E.

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10.Mr.U.DHIVAKAR M.E.

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11.Mrs.K.BHARATHI M.E.

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12.Mr.T.SATHEESH M.E.

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13.Mr.C.VINOTH KUMAR M.E.

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14.Mr.V.LOGANATHAN M.E.

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15.Mr.M.BALACHANDAR M.TECH.,

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16.Mr.D.DEEPAK KUMAR M.E.

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17.Mr.C.SARAVANAN M.E.

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18.Mr.R.D.RAJARAJAN M.E.

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19.Mr.S.SILAMBARASAN M.E.

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20.Mr.P.SUBRAMANI M.E.

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21.Mr.G.RAJESH M.E.

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22.Mr.R.POORNA CHANDRA SEKAR M.E.

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23.Mr.KRISHNA M.E.

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24.Mr.M.SANTHOSH KUMAR M.E.

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25.Mr.E.NAVEEN RAJ M.E.

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26.Mr.A.MOUNESH M.E.

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