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Mechanical Engineering

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2009. The B.E. Mechanical Engineering program was duly approved by AICTE and affiliated to Anna University. An intake of 60 was sanctioned initially. Subsequently, in the year 2012, an additional intake of 60 was sanctioned. The department activities are fully supported by the dedicated and qualified faculty. The department has well-experienced faculty and staff members of proven track record in the field of Mechanical Engineering. All faculty members are having a minimum teaching experience of 5 years with a minimum qualification of post graduate degree including 4 faculty members with Ph.D qualification. The faculty members in the department are periodically attending workshops and conferences to upgrade their skills. In addition, the department also organizes workshops, seminars, symposiums and Staff development programmes to expose about the recent developments. The SAE India collegiate club has been functioning actively since the academic year 2012-13.

The department imparts the basic knowledge in the areas of Mechanical Engineering including Hydraulics & Fluid Machinery, Thermal Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, Material science, Design of Machine elements, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Industrial Management, etc.,

PROGRAMME OFFERED

Under Graduate Programmes

Course Name: B.E Mechanical Engineering

Course Duration: 4 Years

LAB FACILITY:

ENGINEERING PRACTICES LAB

The objective of this lab course is to provide exposure to the students with hands on experience on various basic engineering practices in Civil & Mechanical Engineering (i.e. Carpentry, plumbing, sheet metal, welding, lathe and Foundry)

MANUFACTURING TECH LAB 1

The objective of this lab course is to study and practice the various operations that can be performed in lathe, shaper, drilling, milling machines etc.  and to equip with practical knowledge required in the core industries.

MANUFACTURING TECH LAB 2

The objective of this lab course is to study and acquired knowledge on various basic machining operations in special purpose machines and its applications in real life manufacture of components in the industry.

THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB 1

The objective of this lab course is to study valve timing- V diagram and performance of IC engines, to study the characteristics of fuels/lubricants used in IC engines and to study the performance of steam generator/turbine.

THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB 2

The objective of this lab course is to study the heat transfer phenomena predict the relevant coefficient using implementation and to study the performance of refrigeration cycle/components

DYNAMICS LAB 

The objective of this lab course is to supplement the principles learnt in kinematics and dynamics of machinery and to understand how certain measuring devices are used for dynamic testing.

METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENTS LAB

The objective of this lab course is to familiar with different measurement equipments and use of these equipments in quality inspection.

MECHATRONICS LAB

The objective of this lab course is to impart knowledge about the elements and techniques involved in mechatronics systems which are very much essential to understand the emerging field of automation.

CAD/CAM LAB

The objective of this lab course is to gain practical experience in handling 2D drafting and 3D modeling software systems, to study the features of CNC machine tool, to expose students to modern control systems and to know the applications of various CNC machines like CNC lathe, CNC vertical machining centre, CNC EDM and CNC wire-cut and studying of Rapid prototyping

INDUSTRY ATTACHED LABORATORIES

TVS HARITA TECH SERVE  DIGITAL MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCT DESIGN  LAB

The objective of this lab course is to

  • Create a pool of strong Industry ready talent from the students undergoing training in CATIA and DELMIA software.
  • Help them understand concepts in design, various phases and roles that design engineers play in real life.
  • Exposing them to CAD-CAM-CAE-PLM-ANALYSIS conceptually and to the relevant software tools to enhance their skills. Expose them to reverse engineering which is the most practised product development practice in India.
  • Bridge the gap between Industry requirements and skills taught in  CATIA and DELMIA software beyond academic course.
  • Teach and build interactive skills and team work in students during their education and making them much more objective when they enter real life.
  • Groom engineers who are highly conversant with design processes involving need-finding, ethnographic field work, rapid prototyping and testing.

Department Library

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has set up a library to support the students as well as the staff members in their academic purpose. It consists of more than 60 volumes of Engineering books, which includes books covering Thermal Engineering, Design, Manufacturing, Inudstrial Engineering,  workshop practice, Tribology and Automobile Engineering areas. A lending period of 15 days is allowed for students and lending period of 60 days is allowed for staff members.  A reading room of 900 sq.ft area is specially alloted for department library. Working time of department library is from 8.00 AM to 5.00 PM. Significant volumes of reference books are added in the department library every year for the benefit of students and staff members.

NO OF VOLUMES 60

Department Highlights

  • TVS HARITA TECH SERV PRODUCT DESIGN & DIGITAL MANUFACTURING LAB
  • 8 Technical clubs which provide exclusive training for the students apart from the curriculum
  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2009. The B.E. Mechanical Engineering program was duly approved and accredited by the AICTE, accredited by NAAC and affiliated to Anna University.
  • All the faculties are having a minimum teaching experience of 5 years with a minimum qualification of Post Graduate degree including 4 faculty members with PhD qualification
  • SAE Tier II event held at TJS College of Engineering, Students won prizes in various activities
  • In AutoDesk India Design week Contest  held at Sairam Instituitons, Chennai – First Prize won by our Final Year Students M.Akash & B.Muraliprasath with cash award of Rs.30000
  • Project on Hydrogen-Fueled Vehicle

UNIVERSITY RESULTS

Academic Year

Percentage

2017-18

82.75%

2016-17

82.85%

2015-16

67.07%

2014-15 59.09%

PLACEMENTS

Academic Year

Percentage Higher Studies  Entrepreneur

Details

2017-18

85.5% (as on May) 6% 2% View

2016-17

61.2% 21% 3% View

2015-16

35.2% 20% 4% View

2014-15

85.2% 11%

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PROJECTS

Academic Year

No. of Projects

Achievements
2018-19

18

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2017-18

81

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2016-17

117

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2015-16

45

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PUBLICATIONS

 

Academic Year

No. of Publications

 

No. of Patents

 

Details

National Conference International Conference International Journal
2017-18  –   3   45   – view
2016-17   –   2   –   –   view
2015-16   –   2   5   –   view
2014-15   3   10   – view
2013-14   1   1   02 view

 

PROFESSIONAL BODY

Professional Body : SAEINDIA

Academic year

Members

No. of Activities Details
2017-18

50

4

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2016-17

52

3

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2015-16

224

5

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2014-15

223

5

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2013-14

124

4

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S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EXPERIENCE
1 Dr. P. L. N. RAMESH B.E, M.E., Ph.D. Professor 24 YRS
2 Dr. P. JAYARAMAN B.E, M.E., Ph.D. Professor 20 YRS
3 Dr. P. MOHAMED ALI B.E, M.E., Ph.D. Professor 31 YRS
4 Dr. V. JAYASEELAN B.E, M.E., Ph.D. Professor 17 YRS
5 Mr.G.VENKAT KUMAR B.E., M.E., (Ph.D). Associate Professor 20 YRS
6 Mr.R. RAGAVENDRAN B.E., M.E., Associate Professor 13 YRS
7 Mr.P. SARMAJI KUMAR B.E., M.E. Associate Professor 11 YRS
8 Mr.N. RAMASAMY B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor 12 YRS
9 Mr.N.GOPINATH B.E.,M.E Assistant Professor 21 YRS
10 Mr.P.M.SUBRAMANIAN B.E., M.E.,M.B.A Assistant Professor 11 YRS
11 Mr.G. NIRESH KUMAR B.E., M. Tech. Assistant Professor 8 YRS
12 Mr.R.VIJAYAKUMAR B.E.,M.E Assistant Professor 7 YRS
13 Mr.R. KARTHICK B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor 6 YRS
14 Mr.S.P. MOHAN MITHRA B.E., M.E Assistant Professor 7 YRS
15 Mr.K.BALACHANDAR B.E., M. Tech. Assistant Professor 5 YRS
16 Mr.D.MEGANATHAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor 5 YRS
17 Mr.T.THIRUMALAI B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor 3 YRS
18 Mr.A. SELVAKUMAR B.E., M.E Assistant Professor 3 YRS
19 Mr.M.  RAJESH B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor 2 YRS
20 Mr.K.SIVARAMAKRISHNAN B.E., M.E Assistant Professor 1.5 YRS

NON-TEACHING STAFF

S.NO NAME OF THE STAFF QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EXPERIENCE
1 RAMALINGAM. S ITI Lab technician 20 YRS
2 BABU.B.K ITI Skilled attender 17 YRS
3 ANNAMALAI. N I.T.I. Skilled attender 5 YRS
4 CHENCHIAH R ESLC Office attender 5 YRS

 

Academic Year

Co-Curricular Activities Extra – Curricular Activities

 

Achievement

Organized Participated Details Total no. of participation Details
2018-19 View 75 View View
2017-18 6 68 View 4 View View
2016 – 17 3 25 View 12 View View
2015 – 16 13 View 16 View View
2014 – 15 6 View 49 View View
2013 – 14 10 View 11 View View
2012-13 View 30 View View

VISION

The Mechanical Engineering department strives to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research leading to well-qualified engineers, who are having sound technical knowledge with ground-breaking approach and to develop entrepreneurial skills among the students to cater the ever changing industrial demands and communal requirements.

MISSION

  • To impart quality education to the students of Mechanical Engineering to excel in their chosen field.
  • To develop state-of-the-art research facilities for stakeholders to excel in globally competitive world.
  • To develop associations with educational institutes, R&D organizations and industries and for prominence teaching, research and consultancy.
  • To provide the students with academic environment of excellence, leadership and ethical guidelines and lifelong learning required for a prolonged fruitful career.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO-1:

To train the graduates to be excellent in engineering profession by updating technical skill-sets and applying new ideas as the technology evolves.

PEO-2:

To enable the graduates to excel in professional career and /or higher education by acquiring knowledge in mathematical, calculation and engineering principles.

PEO-3:

To enable the graduates to be competent to grasp, analyze, design, and create new products and solutions for the real time problems that are technically advanced, economically feasible and socially acceptable.

PEO- 4:

To enable the graduates to pursue a productive career as a member of multi-disciplinary and cross-functional teams, with an appreciation for the value of ethic and cultural diversity and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs) 

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of fundamentals of mechanics, mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to the discipline.
  2. An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the engineering requirements appropriate to its solution.
  3. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a mechanical-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  4. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  5. An ability to use current techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for manufacturing practice.
  6. An ability to analyze the local and global impact of engineering on individuals, organizations, and society.
  7. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
  8. An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
  9. An ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary, to accomplish a common goal.
  10. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
  11. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development.
  12. An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects.
  13. An ability to analyze the efficiency and the performance of the software with respect to meet the requirements and specifications of the expected outcome.
  14. An ability to use simulation tools to get experimental results for the Real-Time system.

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