Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Overview

The department was started in the year 2005. Right from the inception, it is committed to achieving recognition as a department of excellence with the committed work of highly experienced faculty to impart knowledge and quality education to the students. It has sound infrastructural and fully-fledged laboratories. The department has started offering M.E programme in CAD/CAM and increased UG programme with 120 intakes in the year 2011.

To prepare the students for a successful engineering career by inculcating the leadership qualities and to encourage entrepreneurship and ethical responsibilities for the betterment of the society with respect for diversity of opinion and culture.

The Principal study topics include Fluid & Solid Mechanics, Thermal science, Materials & Metallurgy Engineering, Design and Manufacturing, Dynamics & Control, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM).

Courses

Under Graduate

B.E. - Mechanical

Post Graduate

M.E. - CAD / CAM

Vision

To develop excellent Mechanical Engineers for the nation through teaching, learning processes.

Mission

Programme Educational objective

Programme specific outcomes

Faculty

For Under Graduation

Dr.S.SELVAKUMAR

Professor / HOD

Qualification :

M.E.,P.hD

P.RAMAMURTHY

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

P.JEGAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

N.ASHOKKUMAR

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

S.SILAMBARASAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

D.ANANDHU

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.NAGARAJAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

P.JERRY VASANTH

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

N.RAJESH

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

K.SOLAIRAJAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

S.ANANTHARAM

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.MANOVA MOSES JEYAKANI

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

C.PRAKASH

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.ALEXANDER

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

V.RAMAKRISHNAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.ARIVAZHAGAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

M.ANNADURAI

Associate Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

Prof.Dr.V.S.SREE BALAJI

Principal / Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,P.hD

For Post Graduation

Dr.S.SELVAKUMAR

Professor / HOD

Qualification :

M.E.,P.hD

P.RAMAMURTHY

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

P.JEGAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

N.ASHOKKUMAR

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

S.SILAMBARASAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

D.ANANDHU

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.NAGARAJAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

P.JERRY VASANTH

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

N.RAJESH

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

K.SOLAIRAJAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

S.ANANTHARAM

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.MANOVA MOSES JEYAKANI

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

C.PRAKASH

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.ALEXANDER

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

V.RAMAKRISHNAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

R.ARIVAZHAGAN

Assistant Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

M.ANNADURAI

Associate Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,

Prof.Dr.V.S.SREE BALAJI

Principal / Professor

Qualification :

M.E.,P.hD

HOD DESK

Dr.S.Selvakumar M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor and HOD

Mechanical Engineering is one of the major branches among the engineering career and its main beliefs are involved in the design, development, manufacturing and analysis of almost all the physical devices and systems.
The programme requires the understanding capabilities to the concept related to mechanics, thermodynamics, material science, kinematics, mechanical design, management and analysis. The Mechanical engineers should aware of these concepts with latest tool packages like computer-aided design and manufacturing software for Design, Development and Analysis to create industrial equipment, machinery parts and systems.
The Mechanical Engineering guys should have certain essential attributes for the entry into this programme. First and foremost, the student must have a leaning attitude towards the mechanical parts, the structure of machines and its working. The students must be good basic potential in the field of science, mathematics including analytical, logical reasoning and more problem-solving interests.
The successfully completed Mechanical Engineering graduates from the curriculum have been achieved job in major public as well as private organizations. In general Mechanical Engineering students have plenty of employment opportunities in Manufacturing industries, Automobile sector, Power plants, Petroleum, Mining, aeronautical, Design and many other sources.
The department has collaboration and MoUs with various organisations like TCS, Wipro…. With the technical guidance and infrastructure facilities given by our esteemed management, we assure that our students will go for places in future.

Syllabus

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I TO VIII SEMESTERS CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS
REGULATIONS – 2017

Research & Publication

S.No
Authors
Title of the Paper
Journal / Conference
Month & Year
Status
1
Selvakumar, S, Sreebalaji,V.S, Ravikumar, K
Machinability Analysis and Optimization in Micro turning on  tool wear for Titanium Alloy’
Materials and Manufacturing Processes
2019
Accepted
2
Selvakumar, S, Ravikumar, R & Ganesan, K
Analysis and Optimization of machining parameters in Micro-turning using RSM’,
International Journal of Materials and Product Technology
2015
Published
3
Selvakumar, S, Ravikumar, R Ranjithkumar, P
Application of response surface methodology in describing the performance of micro-turning with chemically pure Titanium
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
2014
Published
4
Selvakumar, S & Ravikumar, R
Experimental analysis and mathematical modeling of optimized cutting parameters in microturning
Indian Journal of Engineering & Materials Sciences
2014
Published
5
Selvakumar, S, Ravikumar, R & Raja, K
‘Implementation of Response Surface Methodology in Finish Turning on Titanium Alloy Gr.2
European Journal of Scientific Research
2012
Published
6
Selvakumar, S, Ravikumar, R & Raja, K
‘Designing and Conducting Experiments for Optimization of satisfactory cutting conditions in Micro Turning using Titanium Alloy
International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research,
2012
Published
7
Selvakumar, S, Ravikumar, R & Raja, K
Mechanical Behavior and Analysis of Metal Matrix Composite (Al+Sic+Ti)
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications,
2017
Published
8
Sathies T, Senthil P and PrakashC
"Application of 3D printed PLA-carbon black conductive polymer composite in solvent sensing"
Material Research Express
2019
Published
9
Jayanth, Senthil P and PrakashC
Effect of chemical Treatment on tensile strength and surface roughness of 3D printed ABS using the FDM Process
Virtual and Physical Prototyping
2018
Published
10
Prakash C and Senthil P
Fused deposition modeling fabricated PLA dielectric substrate for microstrip Patch Antenna
Materials Today Proceedings
2020
Published
11
Prakash C
Modelling and determination of optimum process parameters for EDM of INCONEL 718
International Conference on Technological Advancements in Materials and Manufacturing for Industrial Environment
2016
Published
12
M. Annadurai, Dr.S.Charles
A Review on The Friction Stir Process Using Aluminium Alloys
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
2015
Published

Publications by student (2017-2018)

S.No
Student Name
Title of Research Articles
ISSN
Volume &Issue No
1
R.Renganathan
Performance analysis of Vermicompost spreader with a cultivator
2348-4470
Vol.4,pp.770-777
2
M.Renganathan
Performance analysis of Vermicompost spreader with a cultivator
2348-4470
Vol.4,pp.770-777
3
S.Nepolian
Mechanical Behaviour And Analysis Of Metal Matrix Composites
2455-7137
VOL.02,IS 04
4
B.Premkumar
Mechanical Behaviour And Analysis Of Metal Matrix Composites
2455-7137
VOL.02,IS 04
5
V.Periyasamy
Mechanical Behaviour And Analysis Of Metal Matrix Composites
2455-7137
VOL.02,IS 04
6
M.Prithiviraj
Mechanical Behaviour And Analysis Of Metal Matrix Composites
2455-7137
VOL.02,IS 04

Event/Workshop/Seminar

Seminar/Workshop attended by Faculty (2017-2018)

S.No
Faculty Name
Title
College
1
Dr.S.Selvakumar
Internal quality assurance cell
KRCE, Samayapuram
2
Dr.S.Selvakumar
Current challenges in manufacturing –leading to the innovations.
Dept of production Engineering, NIT, Trichy
3
Mr.P.Jegan
Advanced in manufacturing techniques
CEG, Guindy, Anna University, Chennai
4
Mr.S.Anantharam
Advanced in manufacturing techniques
CEG, Guindy, Anna University, Chennai
5
Mr.A.Captanprabakaran
BRIDGE 2017
ICTACT

Seminar/Workshop attended by students (2017-2018)

S.No
Student Name
Title
College
1
V.Vinoth
3-D Printing
KRCE, Samayapuram
2
B.Vignesh
3-D Printing
KRCE, Samayapuram
3
R.Venkatasan
3-D Printing
KRCE, Samayapuram
4
E.Tharun Kumar
3-D Printing
KRCE, Samayapuram
5
P .Ponnusamy
3-D Printing
KRCE, Samayapuram

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Past Events

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Eco Green Club – Activities

Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering

NAME: Tree Planting

 

DATE & TIME:  30.09.2019 at 4.00 PM

 

VENUE: Mechanical Block, REC

Alumni Lecture Series

Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering

NAME: Mr. P. KUMARAVEL

 

DESIGNATION:  Sales executive, PLA Motors at Perambalur

 

DEPARTMENT: Mechanical Engineering

 

BATCH: 2012-2016

 

PURPOSE TO VISIT:  “ALUMNI LECTURE SERIES”

 

VENUE: Lecturer Hall-08, REC.

 

DATE & TIME: 13.09.2019  & 02.00 PM

 

PARTICIPANTS: Mechanical Final Year Students.

 

TOPIC DISCUSSED: Importance of Mechanical Engineering in Sales &Marketing in Automobile Sector.

Alumni Lecture Series

Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering

NAME: Mr. P. KANAGARAJ

 

DESIGNATION: Lecturer, Thanthai Roever Institute of Polytechnic College at Perambalur

 

DEPARTMENT: Mechanical Engineering

 

BATCH: 2010-2014

 

PURPOSE TO VISIT:  “ALUMNI LECTURE SERIES”

 

VENUE: Lecturer Hall-08, REC.

 

DATE & TIME: 30.08.2019 & 12.00 PM

 

PARTICIPANTS: Mechanical Final Year Students.

 

TOPIC DISCUSSED: How to Face the Anna University Practical & Theory Examinations and Importance of In-plant Training