Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation for 3 years
(from the Academic Years 2020-2021 to 2022-2023 i.e. upto 30.06.2023)

About the Department


Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College inaugurated the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the academic year 2011-12 and is affiliated to Anna University. Under the erudite leadership of Dr. K. Balasubramanian , Head of the department along with the efficient faculty members and excellent students, the department has won laurels to the college. The department has well qualified faculties with excellent teaching, training and industrial experience.  It has state-of-the-art laboratories catering to academic, consultancy and research requirements. The department’s endeavor is to develop its students to be `industry ready` when they graduate. Students of mechanical engineering department gain industrial exposure and are prepared to face future challenges by carrying out their Final Year Projects work in various PSU/Private sectors as per their field of interest relevant to their program. The department has memorandum of understanding with varies Institutions, Industries and Research organizations for collaborative research and development work. There is huge potential in the department for Consultancy as well as Technology and Product incubation. The Department takes pride in achievements of its alumni, who have shined in various walks of life throughout the world.

Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation for 3 years (from the Academic Years 2020-2021 to 2022-2023 i.e. upto 30.06.2023)

Vision of the Department

To develop creative mechanical engineers by providing quality education, research and ethical values.

Mission of the Department

  • To provide conducive environment and facilities for academic activities and preparing students for diverse careers.
  • To develop collaborative research with industries for excellence in research and consultancy practices
  • To provide education in advanced technologies according to the changing needs of the society

 Program Educational Objectives Statements

  • PEO1 To have high level of technical competency combined with research and problem solving skills to generate innovative solutions in Mechanical Engineering.
  • PEO2 To apply modern computational, analysis, simulation tools and techniques to face the challenges in mechanical and allied engineering streams.
  • PEO3 To be able to communicate effectively and to practice their profession with high regard for social needs adhering to ethical practices.
  • PEO4 To update themselves in the areas and technologies that is relevant to their career and exhibit professionalism with team spirit.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1 Application of core subjects namely, Design, Manufacturing, Thermal Engineering and Fluid Mechanics to Mechanical engineering Problems
  • PSO2 Familiarization of modern Design and Analytical software such as AutoCAD, CREO, NASTRAN, ADAMS, CADEM, FluidSim, Lab view and MATLAB for analyzing problems of Mechanical Engineering
  • PSO3 Incorporate design and implementation of mechanical systems in societal and environmental issues


INFRASTRUCTURE

The vision of our institution is to provide facilities for students to learn the skills needed to become an industry ready mechanical engineer. Towards realization of this vision, we have established manufacturing laboratories, with an array of conventional machines like lathe, planner, shaper, slotter, milling machine etc. as well as modern method machines like CNC lathes, CNC machining center, Electric Discharge machines, Wire Cut EDM and Injection moulding machines which are having a capacity to undertake the industrial work load from the leading industries like Lucas TVS etc., We also provide support services for manufacturing press tools, jigs, fixtures etc. A state of the art metrology laboratory is being put in place for training our students in modern methods of design, manufacture, Inspection and testing.

We have established a computer laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering department with a bank of 72 High configuration computers equipped with licensed software’s such as CRE-O, Auto Cad, MSC Nastran and ADAMs Multi-body dynamics simulation software. This facility enables our students to learn to design components, to carry out 3D modeling, and to undertake projects in the areas of product design, development, and manufacturing. We have left no stone unturned with the intention of ensuring our students who graduate are highly competent Mechanical Engineers contributing in Nation Building Activities.

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Facilities

NAME OF LABORATORY

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT’S

Engineering Practices  Laboratory

 

1.Central lathes

2. Welding

3.Carpentry

4. Plumbing

5. Sheet metal

Manufacturing Technology-I

  

1.Centre Lathes

2.Horizontal

Milling Machine

3. Vertical Milling

Machine

4. Shaper

5.Injection moulding machine(For industrial consultancy work)

Fluid Mechanics And Machinery Laboratory

 

1.Orifice meter setup

2.Venturi meter setup

3. Rotameter setup

4. Pipe Flow analysis setup

5. Centrifugal pump/submergible pump setup

6. Reciprocating pump setup

7. Gear pump setup

8. Pelton wheel setup

9. Francis turbine setup

10. Kaplan turbine setup

Thermal Engineering Laboratory –I

 

1.I.C Engine – 2 stroke and 4 stroke model

2. Apparatus for Flash and Fire Point

3 .4-stroke Diesel Engine with mechanical loading

4 .4-stroke Diesel Engine with hydraulic loading.

5. 4-stroke Diesel Engine with electrical loading

6. Multi-cylinder Petrol Engine

7. Single cylinder Petrol Engine

8. Data Acquisition system

9. Steam Boiler with turbine setup

Manufacturing Technology Laboratory–II

 

1.Turret & Capstan Lathes

2. Horizontal Milling Machine

3 .Vertical Milling Machine

4. Surface Grinding Machine

5. Cylindrical Grinding Machine

6. Radial Drilling Machine

7. lathe Tool Dynamometer

8. Milling Tool Dynamometer

9. Gear Hobbing Machine

10. Tool Makers Microscope

11. CNC Lathe (For industrial consultancy work)

12. CNC Milling machine(For industrial consultancy work)

13. Gear Shaping machine

14. Center-less grinding machine (For industrial consultancy work)

15. Tool and cutter grinder

Strength of Materials Laboratory

 

 

1.Universal Tensile Testing machine

2 .Torsion Testing Machine

3 Impact Testing Machine

4. Brinell Hardness Testing Machine

5. Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine

6. Spring Testing Machine for tensile and compressive loads

7. Metallurgical Microscopes and Micro-structure Polishing machine

8. Muffle Furnace

Dynamics Laboratory

 

1.Cam follower setup

2. Motorized gyroscope.

3. Governor apparatus

4. Whirling of shaft apparatus

5. Dynamic balancing machine.

6. Two rotor vibration setup

7. Spring mass vibration system.

8. Torsional Vibration of single rotor system setup

9.Gear Models

10.Kinematic Models to study various mechanisms

11.Turn table apparatus

12.Transverse vibration setup of Free-Free beam

13. Forced vibration setup for cantilever beam.

14. Balancing of Rotating masses

15. Balancing of reciprocating masses

Thermal Engineering Laboratory-II

 

1.Guarded plate apparatus

2. Lagged pipe apparatus

3.Natural convection-vertical cylinder apparatus

4. Forced convection inside tube apparatus

5. Composite wall apparatus

6. Thermal conductivity of insulating powder apparatus

7. Pin-fin apparatus

8. Stefan-Boltzmann apparatus

9. Emissivity measurement apparatus

10.Parallel/counter flow heat exchanger apparatus

11. Single/two stage reciprocating air compressor

12. Refrigeration test rig

13. Air-conditioning test rig

14. HC Refrigeration System

15. Fluidized Bed Cooling Tower

Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

 

1. Micrometer

2. Vernier Caliper

3. Vernier Height Gauge

4. Vernier depth Gauge

5. Slip Gauge Set

6 .Gear Tooth Vernier

7. Sine Bar

8 .Floating Carriage Micrometer

9. Profile Projector / Tool Makers Microscope

10. Mechanical / Electrical / Pneumatic Comparator

11. Autocollimator

12 .Temperature Measuring Setup

13. Force Measuring Setup

14.Torque Measuring Setup

15.Coordinate measuring machine

16.Surface finish measuring equipment

17.Bore gauge

18. Telescope gauge

19. Faro CMM

C.A.D. / C.A.M. Laboratory

 

 

1.Computers (72nos.)

2.Softwares

Ø Auto CAD,

Ø Cre-O Parametric

Ø CAPsTurn

Ø CAPsMill

Ø CNC programming tool path simulation for FANUC controller

3. CNC Turning Centre

4. Vertical CNC Milling machine

Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

 

1.Computers (72nos.)

2.Softwares MSC.Nastran, Patran

3.ADAM

4.MatLab

Mechatronics Laboratory

 

 

1.Controls/ PLC Control each

2 Basic Hydraulic Trainer Kit

3. Hydraulics and Pneumatics Systems Simulation Software (Lab View)

4.8051 – Micro controller kit with stepper motor and drive circuit sets

5.Image processing system with hardware & software

6. 3D-Printer.

7. Basic Pneumatic training kit.

 

 



Professional Society Association;

SAE STUDENT CHAPTER

SAEINDIA is India's leading resource for mobility technology. Department of mechanical engineering of Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College, has formed the SAE India Collegiate Club during the year 2014. Students are enrolled to become membership and encourage to participate in all engineering event organized by SAE India. The student chapter organizes various events such as guest lectures, industrial visits, and competitions etc. for the SAE student members. The student members actively participate in all the events organized by SAE India like BAJA, Bi-Cycle Design Challenge and etc.

 

The SAE India magazines key in on hot topics about ground vehicle and aircraft developments, providing members with a valuable resource to help keep pace with rapidly changing technology in the mobility industry. One hard copy of each is also sent to one of the faculty Advisers in kept in department library for student’s reference. Students are taken to the leading automotive vehicle and component manufactories companies through their collegiate clubs based on request to these companies (however, it is no mandatory for these companies to accept the request all the time) these visits give first-hand information about the industrial environment and also attend technical seminars delivered by industry professionals. Student member participate in various technical event and attend technical seminar conducted by SAE INDIA.             

 

SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS INDIA (SAEINDIA) COLLEGIATE CLUB MEMBERSHIP DETAILS

 

Academic Year

II Year

III Year

IV Year

Total Number of Student Membership

2019-2020

45

33

57

135

2018-2019

Nil

57

61

118

2017-2018

57

61

60

178

2016-2017

59

59

56

174

 

SAE ACTIVITIES

Sl.No

Name of the activity

Number of  Co –curricular Activities and Extracurricular Activities

2019-2020

2018-2019

2017-2018

2016-2017

1

Number Of Events Organized

3

1

1

-

2

Number Of Events Participated

Outside

1

1

1

-

DETAILS OF EVENT ORGANIZED IN CAMPUS BY SAE COLLEGIATE CLUB in Academic year 2019-2020

Academic year 2019-2020

S NO

EVENT

DATE

DURATION

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSON

PARTICIPANTS S

BATCH

Yr.

1

SAE-Technical Seminar

01-04-2020

3 Hrs

Campus to Corporate Dialogue,Overview of Automobile Sector, Processes involved in Manufacturing aggregate parts, Career Mapping

Mr. N. Shanmugasundaram, Mr. Kannan N Krishnan, Mr. R. Shreedhar Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt, Ltd.

2016-2020, 2017-2021, 2018-2022

II,III,IV

2

SAE-Workshop

22-01-2020

3 Hrs

Work on Solidworks Design to Manufacturing

Gowtham, Application Engineer, SIMTEK

2017-2021

III

3

Akshobya- SAE Technical Seminar

24-01-2020

2 Hrs

E-Mobility in Off road application

Mr. Ravindaran, Principal Member , TAFE

2016-2020, 2017-2021, 2018-2022

II,III,IV

2 Hrs

Electric Mobility

Mr. M. Prasad, President, Agnito insights

2 Hrs

Electric Mobility- Vehicles and future

Mr. P. Nageshwar Roa, Mentor & Design Consultant, (Ex), TAFE.

2 Hrs

Electric Mobility- Design Overview

Mr. S. Prabhakaran, CADD CENTER

 

 

DETAILS OF EVENT ORGANIZED IN CAMPUS BY SAE COLLEGIATE CLUB in Academic year 2018-2019

Academic year 2018-2019

S NO

EVENT

DATE

DURATION

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSON

PARTICIPANTS S

BATCH

Yr.

1

Technical Seminar SAE

19.01.2019

4 Hours

Catalytic Convertors

D.Srivallaban,Human Resource Manager, BASF Catalysts India Private Limited

2016-2020, 2017-2021

III & II

DETAILS OF EVENT ORGANIZED IN CAMPUS BY SAE COLLEGIATE CLUB in Academic year 2017-2018

Academic year 2018-2019

S NO

EVENT

DATE

DURATION

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSON

PARTICIPANTS S

BATCH

Yr.

1

Engineers' Day           SAE- Techniclal Seminar

16.08.2017

3 Hrs

Electronics Controls in Mechanical Systems

Dr. Subramanian Sundaresh

2014-2018,  2015-2019,  2016-2020

IV, III  II

3 Hrs

Control Systems in Nuclear Engineering

Ms. Jalaja Madan Mohan

 

 

 

SAE INTER-COLLEGE EVENT

S NO

Academic Year

DATE

Event

 

Venue

1

2019-2020

8th,& 9th  of Feb 2019

 

Work Shop on “Bi-Cycle Design Challenge 2020”

 

 

Rajalkshmi Enginering College, Chennai

2

2018-2029

14th , 15th , and 16th   of July 2018

Virtual BAJA SAE

 

 

Chitkara University, Punjab

3

2017-2018

13th  and 14th

Of July 2017

Virtual BAJA SAE

 

 

Chitkara University, Punjab

4

10th and 9th

Of Sept 2017

Workshop

Computational Fluid Dynamics Using Openfoam

 

 

Chennai

4

2016-2017

Feb 4th and 5th

 

Workshop on Automobile Engines

 

 

Chennai

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Curricular Actiities

INDUSTRIAL VISIT

Academic year 2019-2020

Batch

Year

Sem

Company

Place

Field /Area Of Visit

Date

No Of Students

2018-2022

2

III

Abi Showatech

Shollingur

Turbo Charger & Brake Components Manufacturing Unit

20-Sep-19

59

2017-2021

3

V

EAsun MR Tap Changers (P) Ltd

Pondicherry

Transformer & tap Changers manufacturing unit

3-Aug-19

62

2016-2020

4

VII

Ashok Layland Unit 1

Hosur

Bus Body manufacturing Unit

2-Aug-19

63

Academic year 2018-2019

2016-2020

3

V

Abi Showatech

Shollingur

Turbo Charger & Brake Components Manufacturing Unit

20-Jul-18

63

2015-2019

4

VII

TVS Motors

Hosur

Two Wheel Assembly Unit

8-Oct-18

71

2017-2021

2

IV

Ennore Power Plant

Ennore

Thermal power Plant

5-Jan-19

62

2016-2020

3

VI

EAsun MR Tap Changers (P) Ltd

Pondicherry

Transformer & tap Changers manufacturing unit

9-Feb-19

62

Academic year 2017-2018

2015-2019

3

V

EAsun MR Tap Changers (P) Ltd

Thiruninravur

Transformer & tap Changers manufacturing unit

21-Sep-17

71

2014-2018

4

VII

Ennore Power Plant

Ennore

Thermal power Plant

 

 

2016-2020

2

IV

Ashok Leyland

Ennore

Bus Body manufacturing Unit

14-Dec-17

62

2016-2020

2

IV

Neyveli Lignite Corporation

Neyveli

Thermal power Plant

9-Mar-18

62

2015-2020

3

VI

North Chennai Power Plant

Athipatttu

Thermal power Plant

24-Feb-18

71

2015-2019

3

VI

Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd.

Ranipet

Boilers Auxillieries  manufacturing Unit

28-Feb-18

71

Academic year 2016-2017

2014-2018

3

V

Ashok Leyland

Hosur

Bus Body manufacturing Unit

10-Sep-16

66

2013-2017

4

VII

BHAVINI, Kalpakkam

Kalpakkam

Nuclear Power Station

4-Mar-16

64

2015-2019

2

IV

Abi Showatech

Shollingur

Turbo Charger & Brake Components Manufacturing Unit

3-Mar-17

71

2015-2019

2

IV

Neyveli Lignite Corporation

Neyveli

Thermal power Plant

20-Mar-17

71

2014-2018

3

VI

EID PARRY India Pvt. Ltd

Cuddalor

Sugar Factory

 

66




Academics

The Department of mechanical engineering is educating students who are destined for excellence. The Department started the under graduate program in the year 2001 with an intake of 60 students. The first batch of the department has achieved cent percent university result, with one university Gold medalist and four university ranks.  

From inception, among the four batches that have passed out successfully, and the department has secured 12 University ranks till 2019.

University Rank Holders List

Reg.No

Student Name

Rank Position

Batch

311511114022

Karthik Hari .D

Gold Medal

2011-2015

311511114052

Vignesh .K

9

311511114051

Vignesh .B

22

311511114014

Dharshan .P

48

311511114039

Shashank .M

50

311512114014

Elanchezhiyan .S

7

2012-2016

311513114029

Madhanagopal .T

9

2013-2017

311514114028

Manoj. A

23

2014-2018

311514114035

Prassanna Kumaran G.R

31

311514114045

Sathish. P

33

311515114002

Adithya Venkatesh

14

2015-2019

311515114028

Maheswaran.A

21

 

S.NO

Batch

Number of University Ranks

 1

2011-2015

5

2

2012-2016

1

3

2013-2017

1

4

2014-2018

3

5

2015-2019

2

 

 

Percentage of Graduation 

Year of Admission

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Year of Completion

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

No. of Students Admitted

70

68

69

71

No. of Students Appeared for Exam

70

68

69

71

No. of Students Successfully Completed in 4 Years

64

63

64

66

Percentage of Students Successfully Completed in 4 Years

93

93

93

91

 

 

 

Innovations in Teaching



  • All faculties are trained to use Google Classroom. Also Students submit their assignment through Classroom.
  • All faculties use teaching aids and model demonstration during Classroom Lecture. Especially for the course Engineering Graphics, the first year students are thought using teaching aids like models of solids for understanding their projection and video lecture of solved problems are also made by department faculty in you tube Channel.
  • Use of modern teaching aids like LCD projectors are usually employed in classrooms and other student learning environments.
  • Faculties share Academic study material using digital library
  • Department conducts Seminar, workshops, expert talks and Industrial visits on every semester
  • Department has introduced Mini projects every semester in the curriculum
  • Students are encouraged to participate National and Internal conferences in coordination with Faculty members
  • Faculty members use digital library and other open source platforms such as NPTEL video lectures to make the subject easy to understand
  • Faculty members are encouraged to participate in short term courses, staff development programs and workshops on advanced topics to keep pace with the advanced level of knowledge and skills. Over the past years, Faculty members have been participating/ presenting papers in National / International conferences and publish their articles to enrich their knowledge
  • Faculty utilize department library as well as College main library for reference
  • Library has state of art digital library, E Learning Centre, Video Conference Room, Students Discussion rooms, Faculty discussion room, and Books & Reference Section, Circulation Counter, Journals/Magazines and Newspaper Section are made available in the library building

 

Links of You tube Video Lecture by our department faculty

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fe1nVjeiTCQ&list=PLEvSBgF2iITIpS010PZVsS9nVaMDVuMeE
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rT_4LLVnF5g&list=PLEvSBgF2iITL2Blo84LYQawA2bVDEfX7u
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmrUCxT0MlI


EVENTS

The department maintains a very vibrant academic atmosphere through varies academic initiatives.

E-Cube (Enrichment, Enhancement and Empowerment) Programme

Various activities are organized through the E-cube event during every academic year for the students. Every individual student participates in paper presentation on a technical topic of their interest. The third and final year student had to present a mini-project plan. Eminent people are invited from the core industries to judge the student competence and to expose them to real life challenges. The projects are analyzed to industrial standards and are given valuable assistance for implementation. The students are also guided for resume writing and a mock interview is conducted by officials invited from core companies. The event is well appreciated by our alumni as it enabled the students to enrich, enhance and empower themselves to be ready for the future industry.

AKSHOBYA – ONE DAY TECHANICAL SEMINAR

The mechanical engineering one day technical seminar provides an opportunity to all students to increase the depth of his scientific knowledge. It also offers an ideal platform to initiate discussion on recent trend and development in the industry and also topic on interdisciplinary work cutting across boundaries. There is a regular stream of visitors to the department from varies institution, core industries and research organizations, resulting in industrial collaboration and interactive seminar for the benefit of students.

Engineer’s Day

The management, staff and students celebrate Engineer’s Day every year as a tribute to the greatest Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. “Role of Engineer’s in the developing India is the theme of Engineer’s Day. After the floral tribute, the department Newsletter “SPARKS” and project summary is release by the distinguished chief guest. Eminent research scholars are invited to present their research work and discuss about recent developments in industries.

 

Symposium

YANTRA is the annual national level technical symposium of the department of Mechanical Engineering. It provides a stage for the aspiring minds to establish their talents and showcase it to the right audience. A range of challenging events draws enthusiastic participants, adding luster to the show.

Conference

Conference gives the opportunity to learn and share the latest research findings by the researchers. It serves as platform to publish articles on research topics. Resource persons invited are experts from abroad and  from various R&D institutions. Conferences organized by the department during the academic year are listed below,

INTERNATIONAL MULTI-DISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON SOLAR ENERGY – 2012

Keynote Speaker

  • Andrew Meulenberg, University Sains Malaysia
  • S. O. Enibe, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  • P.K. Tewari, OS & Head Desalination BARC

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMERGING TRENDS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - 2017

Chief Guest

Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Senior Research Scientific Officer, Safety Research Laboratory, Reactor Technology Group, (IGCAR), Department of Atomic Energy, and Faculty Member (Engineering Sciences), HBNI, Mumbai.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT TRENDS IN WELDING TECHNOLOGY – WELDTECH 2018

Chief Guest

R Easwaran, Retired General Manager- In Charge (Quality, WRI and Labs), BHEL, Tiruchirappalli.

Keynote talk

  1. Speaker: Dr. D U Ramakrishnan, Deputy General Manager (Quality), L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering – Construction Services.
  2. Speaker: M Dhananjeya Kumar, Head Piping Engineering and Construction Division, Reprocessing Group, IGCAR.

 

 

 


Sl.No

Name of the activity

Number of  Co –curricular Activities and Extracurricular Activities

2019-2020

2018-2019

2017-2018

2016-2017

1

Technical Seminars

1

1

1

1

2

Workshop

1

5

-

-

3

Industrial visit

3

4

6

5

4

Intern-ship

13

11

75

24

5

In-plant training

41

125

23

11

6

Guest lectures

2

-

3

1

7

Conferences

Planned

1

1

1

8

Students Paper/ Journal Publications

18

1

1

1

9

Symposiums

1

1

1

1

10

Enrichment, Enhancement and Empowerment (E-Cube)

1

1

1

1

11

Value-added courses (Japanese Language)

45

59

62

56

12

Carrier Guidance Program

1

5

2

1

13

NPTEL Certification

16

7

-

-

14

SAE Technical Seminar

2

1

1

-

15

SAE Inter-College Event

1

1

1

-

16

Alumini Talk

1

-

1

-

17

Yearly News Letter

-

1

1

1

18

Annual  Magazine

-

1

1

1

19

Engineers' Day

1

1

1

-

20

Pre Placement training

1

1

1

1

21

NSS Camps and YRC Cleanliness Drives

 

6

5

5

22

Annual  Inter-Faculty and Students Sports Competitions

1

1

1

1

23

Celebration of National Days

1

2

2

2

24

College Day

Planned

1

1

1

25

Graduation Day

Planned

1

1

1


Associations


Department Achievements

  1. FDP conducted on” Entrepreneurship and Engineering Studies” on and beneficiaries are from Enthusiastic student and faculty members from various institution.
  2. Conferences organized by the department during the academic year are listed below’
  • International multi-disciplinary conference on solar energy – 2012
  • National conference on emerging trends in mechanical engineering - 2017
  • National conference on recent trends in welding technology – weldtech 2018
  1. Guest lectures organized
  • Challenges in the Development of Suspension System for Heavy Tracked Vehicles, by Y Swaminathan, Additional Director, CVRDE, DRDO
  • Engineering Challenges in Chennai Metro Rail System, by Shri. R Ramanathan, Director, MRTS.
  • New Ideas in Automobile Emission Control, by C Prakash, GM Engines (Retd.), Ashok Leyland Ltd
  • A special lecture on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) was taken by Dr.R.Mahadevan (IISc-Bengaluru)
  • Speaker: Mr.C.Prakash, General Manager Product Development (Retd.), Ashok Leyland. Topic: “General Concepts of Automobile” on February 20th, 2016
  • “Process Efficiency through Energy Efficiency”, T. Vallinayagam, Programme Director, Plant Optimization and Entrepreneurial Development on Feb 02/02/2017.
  • SPECIAL LECTURE on CNC manual Programming, 03rd March, 2016 Mr Rajaram, Manger, Production, Easun MR, Pondicherry, has kindly consented to deliver the lecture and training to the faculty of our department.

 

Faculty Achievements

Patents Applied:

Dr. V S Raghunathan and Lokeswaran K (Batch 2011-2015) of MSEC have applied for a patent on “NOVEL SEP-ARATION ROUTE FOR METAL-SLAG REACTION PRODUCT” 2016

Faculty Journals Published:

  • Santhanakrishnan S, Sridhar K, Sreekrishna R, Srivatsan R,“Experimental Investigation of coated and uncoated groundnut shell powder reinforced composite “Transaction on innovations in science & technology volume 4, issue 1,2019,pp.1-8 ISSN:2456-5075.
  • Dr S. Santhanakrishnan, Priyanka.B,R.Srinvastan,R.Srivigneesh,”Analysis of veining Defect in Spheroidal Graphite Iron Casting”, International Journal of Engineering and Techniques- Volume 5,Issue 4, July 2019.ISSN: 2395-1303 .
  • Santhanakrishnan S, Sridhar K, Badrinarayanan C V, Balaji G K, Krishna P V “Performance Analysis of Portable Weed Cutter”,Transactions on Innovations in Science & Technology Volume.4, Issue.1, 2019, pp.13-17 ISSN: 2456-5075
  • Dr. S. Santhana Krishnan , Archana S P, Dayanidhi R S, Jayashruthi “Experimental And Investigation Of Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger”, International Journal of Engineering and Techniques - Volume 5 Issue 4,july 2019.ISSN: 2395-1303.
  • K. Balasubramanian, V.Sanjay, G.karthick vijayarajan, “Optimising the diesel additives in a single cylinder diesel engine”, international research journal of engineering and technology (IRJET) volume 06 issue 05 may 2019 ISSN:2395-0072.
  • B. Deepanraj, L. Anantha Raman, A. Santhoshkumar,S. Santhanakrishnan “The Effect Of Preheated Crude Palm Oil On Performance And Emission Characteristics Of A Compression Ignition Engine”, Applied Mechanics And Materials Vols. 110-116 (2012) Pp 142-147 Online Available Since 2011/Oct/24 At Www.Scientific.Net (2012) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland Doi:10.4028/Www.Scientific.Net/Amm.110-116.142
  • R. Senthil, M. Kannan, B. Deepanraj, V. Nadanakumar, S. Santhanakrishnan, P. Lawrence “Study On Performance And Emission  Characteristics Of A Compression And Ignition Engine Fueled With Disel-2 Ethoxy Ethyl Acetate Blends “Engineering, 2011, 3, 1132-1136, Doi:10.4236/Eng.2011.311141 Published Online November 2011
  • G.Lakshmikanth , A.K.Thajudeen , S.Santhanakrishnan , G.Arunkumar  “Performance And Emission Characteristics Of Diesel Engine Fuelled With Mahua Biodiesel Blend  (20mome)”, Indian J. Innovations Dev., Vol. 1, No. 6 (June 2012)
  • Ramu.S, Santhanakrishnan.S, Arunkumar.G, Vivek.M, Vijayaraj.K and S.Karthikeyan “Investigation Of Compression Ignition Engine Fuelled With Diesel And 
    Biodiesel (Mahua) Blend”, Global J. Of Mech., Engg. &Comp. Sciences, 2012: 2 (3) 2012: Pp.120-122  ISSN 2277-6664(Online):2249-3468(Print) - Rising Research Journal Publication
  • M. Kannan ,Ramu.S, Santhanakrishnan.S “Experimental And Analytical Comparison Of Heat Transfer In Double Pipe Heat Exchanger”, International Journal Of Mechanical Engineering Applications Research – Ijmear,Issn: 2249- 6564.
  • Gopinathan R,P. Lawrence, Anitha Y,Santhanakrishnan.S Ramu.S, “Analysis of an automotive oil filter housing assembly using finite element method” Indian Journal of Engineering, Volume 2, Number 4, February 2013.ISSN 2319-7757.
  • G. Lakshmikanth, Nirmal Murali, G. Arunkumar S. Santhanakrishnan “Investigation on Optimization of Machining Parameters in Wire EDM using Taguchi Technique”, IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 1, Issue 9, 2013 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613 
  • G.Lakshmikanth , A.K.Thajudeen , S.Santhanakrishnan , G.Arunkumar  “Performance and emission characteristics of mahua oil biodiesel on a compression ignition engine”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT)ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol. 2 Issue 10, October – 2013. Impact factor 1.76.
  • S. Santhanakrishnan , K.Vijayaraj , N. Arumugam , G. Lakshmikanth , G. Arunkumar  “Performance and emission characteristics of AL2O3 Coated LHR engine operated with Mahua oil biodiesel blend”  International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT)ISSN: 2319-1163 vol 2 issue 11; nov 2013
  • S. Santhanakrishnan ,S.Jose“Performance characteristics of a diesel Engine Using Diesel- Cashew Nut shell oil Blends”, International journal for scientific research & Development, Vol 1, Issue 11, 2014, pp, 2451-2453.
  • S. Santhanakrishnan ,S.Jose“ A study on compression ignition engine performance using diesel – CNSO-EEA Blends, Global Research analysis, Vol. 3, Issue.4,2014,pp.68-69.
  • S. Santhanakrishnan ,S.Jose “Performance and emission evaluation of a diesel engine fuelled with cashew nut shell oil blends”, Advanced materials research, Vol. 984-985,2014, pp 893-899.
  • S. Santhanakrishnan, Bharat Kumar M Ramani “Performance emission and Combustion Characteristics of a Low Heat Rejection Engine Fuelled with Diesel-CNSO-EEA Blend” Journal of Advanced Engineering Research ISSN: 2393-8447  Volume 2, Issue 1, 2015, pp.29-33
  • S. Santhanakrishnan ,Bharat Kumar M. Ramani “Evaluation of Diesel Engine Performance Using Diesel-Cashew Nut Shell Oil Blends”, International Journal of Ambient Energy (International Journal of Ambient Energy, 2015) dx.doi.org/10.1080/01430750.2015.1048898.
  • “N. Saravanan,S. Santhanakrishnan,S. Suresh ,S. Sahaya Jude Dhas,·P. Jayaprakash ·V. Chithambaram,”Crystal growth and investigation of novel semi organic single crystal:L-malic acid sodium nitrate for photonic applications” , journal of material science : material electronics 28 August 2018 © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2018 https://dol.org/10.1007/s10854-018-9960-9.
  • Santhanakrishnan S, Sridhar K, Sreekrishna R, Srivatsan R,“Experimental Investigation of coated and uncoated groundnut shell powder reinforced composite “Transaction on innovations in science & technology volume 4, issue 1,2019,pp.1-8 ISSN:2456-5075.
  • Dr. V S Raghunathan, published a paper “Process Optimization for the Synthesis of Nano crystalline and Anhy-drous Lanthanide Fluoride” in “International Journal of ChemTech Research
  • Dr K. Balasubramanian, published a paper “Experimental Investigation of Performance and Emission in CI DI single cylinder diesel engine using diesel additives” in “International Journal of current science and technology”
  • Dr K. Balasubramanian, published a paper “Performance and Emission Characteristics of CI DI diesel engine using reentrant bowl piston” in “International Journal of current science and technology”
  • Dr K. Balasubramanian, published a paper “Investigation of performance and emission in a single cylinder CI DI diesel engine using diesel additives with button stud bowl piston” in “Invention Journal of Research Technology in Engineering and Management”
  • Dr K. Balasubramanian, published a paper “Performance and emission in a single cylinder CI DI diesel engine using diesel with different piston bowl” in “Invention Journal of Research Technology in Engineering and Management
  • Mr. M. Vadivel, published a paper “Experimental calibration of heat flux from copper slug calorimeter in high speed combustor” in “International journal of Modern Engineering Research”.
  • Mr. M. Vadivel, published a paper “Flow Investigation in a Convergent-Divergent Nozzle with Spike Injection System” in “International journal of Modern Engineering Research.
  • D. Srinivasan, R. S. Kadadevaramath, B. L. Shankar, P. M. Nagraj, J. Bhaskaran, D. G. Mallapur, “Optimization of machinability parameters of Al 1100-B4C composites using Taguchi Method”, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2017, Elsevier.
  • H. K. Channabasavaraja, P. M. Nagraj, D. Srinivasan, “Determination of Optimum cutting parameters for surface roughness in turning Al-B4C composites”, IOP Conference Series, Materials Science and Engineering, 149, 2016, 012029.
  • R. S. Kadadevaramath, M. C. Kotresh, D. Srinivasan, “Effect of weight percentage and cutting parameter on surface finish of SiC reinforced Aluminium composite”, IOP Conference Series, Materials Science and Engineering, 149, 2016, 012030.
  • D. Srinivasan, R. S. Kadadevaramath, S. Rajendran, Ganesh, “State-of-Art Review of Ceramic Reinforced Aluminium Metal Matrix Composite and it’s Machining Characteristics”, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, pp. 154-164, No. 11, 2017.

Conference Attended:

  • Mr. M. Vadivel, presented a paper in “Flow Analysis in Convergent – Divergent nozzle with spike Injection System” on “National Conference on Recent Trends in Aerospace Technology” in Barath University.

 

Student Achievement and Event Participation:

  • LemaLabs: Kaizen Robotics Programme-IIT Madras Research Center Won first prize in level 1 and project display, Won Third prize in level 2
  • National level Technical Symposium conducted by Loyola-ICam College of Engineering and Technology (LICET) participated in 2 competitions - "MECH MINDS" and "MECH TRAILS" from which students gained technical exposure.
  • SAE INDIA International Lecture held at SRM University, Kattankulathur.
  • Attended National level conference on “Steering systems and vehicle dynamics by SAE INDIA at Coimbatore.
  • Our final students Karthikeyan L ,GD Karthick, Saravanan KS, Stephen Raj R,Naveen Balaji E, Aravindh C, Dheva Raj F, Raghul Ganapathy R together with third year students Gokul Kishore and Lokesh T attended two days workshop on :SOLAR CAR DEVELOPMENT” conducted by ISIE- society of automotive engineers on Sri Krishna College of Engineering, Coimbatore.
  • Third year students (R J Deepak and R Karthick) participated in Goodwin Motors: Workshop on Assembely and disassembly of car engine.
  • Third and Second year students attended International Lecture on vehicle design held at SRM University, Kattankulathur organized by SAE INDIA.
  • Attended Expo on various machining process and devices organized by IMPEX at Bengaluru.
  • Second year students (Jousha J, Prasanna Kumar GR, Anirud G J, Ramesh Aravind M, Rangarajan R and Habishek U) participated in cultural program in Anna University-CEG Campus.
  • LemaLabs: Kaizen Robotics Programme-IIT Madras Research Center
  • 19 Students from III Year and 5 students from IV Year Mechanical finished CNC and 3D Priniting course from National Small Industries Corporation Technical Services Centre, Guindy.
  • III Year student (K.Manoj kiran) attended workshop on NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING in national level technical symposium at MIT, chrompet on 19th feb 2017.
  • Our Students Aravamudhan,Anirud,Rangarajan and Joshua of III year visited o Royal Enfield Factory, thiruvottiyur on February 11, 2017.
  • Our Student K.Manoj Kiran of III year participated in one day National level Workshop organized by CEG, guindy, Chennai on “CAR ENGINE ASSEMBLY” held on September 24, 2016. The workshop was so much informative and thought provoking.
  • Two year student (G Jawahar Raja) presented paper (Final round) on “Variable Geometry Turbocharger with Electrical Actuation” in national level technical symposium at Velammal Engineering College.
  • Our Students Harish Balaji and Vikranth Balaji of II year were participated in one day National level orkshop organized by SSN College of Engineering, Chennai on “INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS” held on August 05, 2016. The workshop was so much informative and thought provoking.
  • Chakararajan M of final year mechanical student presented a paper titled “Design and development of portable instant Camouflage mechanism for defence papers” in “International conference on Design,Analysis & Simulation” held on 08.04.2016 organized by Saveetha University.
  • II Year students participated in SAEINDIA – SKIP (Student Knowledge Improvement Program)

Topic: Automotive Engines Venue: SAEINDIA Southern Section

Speaker: Dr. M. SenthilKumar, Professor, Anna University.

 

Paper Presented by Students:

  • Third year students (R Venkatesh Chari and S Riyas) presented paper on “Exhaust Gas Recirculation” and won third prize in national level symposium at M.N.M Jain Engg college.
  • Third year students (R Venkatesh Chari, K Karthikeyan and M Lalit kumar ) presented paper on “Engine Efficiency Module” at SRM.

  

Student Journal Publications:

  1. Adithya Venkatesh and Chaithanya Raam of II Year Mechanical, published a paper “Experimental Investigationof Performance and Emission in CI DI single cylinder diesel engine using diesel additives” in “International Journal of current science and technology”
  1. Abinaya .L and Niranjhani Sri. M of II Year Mechanical, published a paper “Performance and Emission Charac-teristics of CI DI diesel engine using reentrant bowl piston” in “International Journal of current science and tech-nology”
  1. Rahul. S and Shravanth Bharadwaj of II Year Mechanical, published a paper “Performance and emission in a single cylinder CI DI diesel engine using diesel with different piston bow” in “Invention Journal of Research Technology in Engineering and Management”
  1. Sreekrishna R, Srivatsan R,  of IV Year Mechanical, published a paper “Experimental Investigation of coated and uncoated groundnut shell powder reinforced composite “Transaction on innovations in science & technology volume 4, issue 1,2019,pp.1-8 ISSN:2456-5075.
  2. B,R.Srinvastan,R.Srivigneesh, of IV Year Mechanical, published a paper”Analysis of veining Defect in Spheroidal Graphite Iron Casting”, International Journal of Engineering and Techniques- Volume 5,Issue 4, July 2019.ISSN: 2395-1303.
  3. Badrinarayanan C V, Balaji G K, Krishna P V of IV Year Mechanical,published a paper “Performance Analysis of Portable Weed Cutter”, Transactions on Innovations in Science & Technology Volume.4, Issue.1, 2019, pp.13-17 ISSN: 2456-5075.
  4. Archana S P, Dayanidhi R S, Jayashruthiof IV Year Mechanical,published a paper “Experimental And Investigation Of Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger”, International Journal of Engineering and Techniques - Volume 5 Issue 4,july 2019.ISSN: 2395-1303.
  5. Priyanka B, Sree Krishna R, Srivatsan R, Srivigneesh Rof IV Year Mechanical, published a paper “Design and Fabrication of Radius Turning Attachment using Worm Wheel Mechanism”, International Journal of Engineering and Techniques - Volume 5 Issue 4, July 2019.ISSN: 2395-1303.
  6. Sanjay, G.karthick vijayarajan,III Year Mechanical, published a paper”Optimising the diesel additives in a single cylinder diesel engine”, international research journal of engineering and technology(IRJET) volume 06 issue 05 may 2019 ISSN:2395-0072.

 

SAEINDIA Event:

 25 students from Mechanical made the attempt by participating in the prestigious event Virtual BAJA 2017 at Chitkara University, Punjab conducted on 14th, 15th and 16th of July 2017.

 

 


Faculty
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S.No

Name of the faculty

Qualification

Designation

Areas of specialization

1

Dr. K. Balasubramanian

M.S(by R) Ph.D

HOD and Professor

IC Engines, Fuels and combustion

2

Mr. N. Sreekanth

B.E., M.S

Associate Professor

Manufacturing

3

Mr. M.R. Seshadri

B.E

Professor Emeritus

Manufacturing

4

Mrs. Toral AnandKumar

M.E

Assistant Professor

Material Science CAD & Analysis

5

Mr. K. Iyyanar

M.E

Assistant Professor

Material science & CAM

6

Mr. Thameemul Ansari Ameen

M.E

Assistant Professor

Thermal Science

7

Mr. M. Vadivel

M.E

Assistant Professor

Fluids mechanics & Gas turbines

8

Mr. V. Arul

M.E

Assistant Professor

Metrology& CAM

9

Mr. P. Jayaganesh

M.E

Assistant Professor

Mechatronics

10

Mr. R. Shanmugam

M.E

Assistant Professor

Thermal Science

11

Mr. V. Meganathan

M.E

Assistant Professor

Thermal Science

12

Mr. K. Sridhar

M.E

Assistant Professor

Design  & Theory of machines

13

Mr. D.Srinivasan

M.E.,M.B.A.,[Ph.D]

Assistant Professor

CAD, Manufacturing

14

Dr. S. SanthanaKrishnan

M.E.,M.B.A.,Ph.D

Associate Professor

Heat and Mass transfer, Thermal Engineering, Gas Dynamics Jet Propulsion, Alternate Fuel



Distinguished Alumni

Name of the Alumni

Year of graduation

Current Position

Abhinav Balaji

2015

Technical Program Manager as, Apple USA

R. Bhuvaneswaran  

2015

Design engineer in ASPARK, JAPAN

Vignesh Subbukrishna

2015

 

Manager, Piping Technology and products Inc, USA

Shivakumar Raj

2015

Industrial Engineer (Supply Chain) at Duggal Brooklyn, New York,USA

Mitravarun Anand

2015

Mechatronics and Robotics Engineer at Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Pranav Chander Pattabiram

2015

 

Product designer at VP Labs

Jithin Chandran

2016

Engineering Officer, Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical) Branch Indian Air Force

Sasank BVL

2017

Manager, Reliability Engineering and Maintenance Department,

Reliance Industries Limited Corporate

Chakara Rajan Madhusudanan

2017

Energy Services Engineer, Cedar Falls Utilities, Iowa,USA

Sathish Pandian

2018

Flying Officer Sathish P, Engineering Officer, Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical) Branch Indian Air Force



Entrepreneurs

Name of the Alumni

Year of graduation

Company Name

M. Lalit Kumar

2017

SM3 QUALITY CHEMICALS

Dinesh Kumar

2018

TRIPLET3DZ



Higher Studies

BATCH

NAME

HIGHER DEGREE

UNIVERSITY

YEAR OF PASSING

2019

Kailash Krishnamoorthy

MS program in Automotive Engineering

Clemson University's Graduate School

Pursuing

Anerudh Vijayaraghavan

M.S Industrial Engineering

Pennsylvania State University

Pursuing

Harish Balaji

Seetharaman

M.S Sustainable Energy Systems

University Admissions in Sweden

Pursuing

Prakash Sudhakar  

M.S Industrial Engineering

Arizona State University, Tempe Campus.

Pursuing

2018

Ramkiran V

M.S Industrial & System Engineering

Carleton University, Canada

Pursuing

Gowtham A

M.S industrial  System

Technical University Liberec, Czechia

Pursuing

Prasad S

M.S Industrial Management

Uppsala University, Sweden

Pursuing

Anirud G J

M.S Industrial Management

Uppsala University,  Sweden

Pursuing

Aravind Srinivasan

MBA

GREAT LAKES INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, Tamilnadu

Pursuing

Ajith

M.E

Anna University, Chennai

Pursuing

Akash Raja

M.S

Conestoga College Institute Of Technology And Advanced Learning

Pursuing

2017

Aashiqe Rasul

M.Sc

Manipal Academy of Higher Education

Pursuing

Chakararajan M

M.S.Industrial Engineering

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY,USA

2019

Chandramoulee M

M.S. Industial & System Engineering

SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY,CALIFORNIA

2019

Ganesh

M.E

AMET

Pursuing

Mohammed Ajmal

MBA

MACFAST INSTITUE,KERALA

Pursuing

Pradiv J

LLB

SRM UNIVERSITY LL.B(HONOURS)

Pursuing

Subramanian.T

M.S. Industial & System Engineering

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY, New York

Pursuing

Deepak J

M.E

HINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY

2019

2016

AKASH.S

Master’s Engineering Management

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

2018

KARTHICK MANIKANDAN G D

M.S. Industial & System Engineering

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY

2018

KARTHIKEYAN L

M.S Industrial Engineering

RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY

2018

VAMSI.V

Master’s Engineering Management

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

2019

VANATHY  VISHALI S

Master’s Engineering Management

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

2019

SARAVANAN.K.S

MBA

BHARTIYAR UNIVERSITY

2018

VIGNESH N

Master’s Engineering Management

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

2018

VISHNU AISHWARAYAN S.M

M.S Industrial Engineering

WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE

2018

BALAJE.P

M.E Internal Combustion Engineering

ANNA UNIVERSITY

2018

VINODH.M

MBA

VIT UNIVERSITY

2018

 

Jithin Chandran from batch 2012-16 joins the Indian air force by clearing AFCAT and SSB interview.

P Sathish (Batch 2013-2017) have joined INDIAN AIR FORCE


Sports



Research and Consultancy


 SPONSORED RESEARCH

Academic Year

Project Title

Funding Agency

Amount

Status

2015-2016

15kWp Rooftop Solar Photo Voltaic Power Plant

-

7,12,800 (Subsidy given by TEDA)

Functioning

2018-2019

Molten Salt Oxidation

Tamilnadu State Council for Science and Technology

7,500

Completed

 

PATENT

S. No

Name of the Applicant (s)

Name of the Inventor (s)

Title

Application No. & Patent Filed Date

Current Status

1

Vinjamoor Seshadri Raghunathan

 

Chetlapalli Venkata Sathyanarayana Raju

Darbhamalla Venugopal

Lokeshwaran Kandaswamy

Neelam Venkata Rama Rao

Putsala Raghavendra Srikanth

Novel Process For Separation Of Gadolinium Silicon Germanium Alloy And Its Associated Fluoride Slag.

 

IN 201711041922

17.11.2017

 

Registered



SL.NO.

LIST OF MOU’S

TANGIBLE OUTCOME

1

Easun MR Group

Consultancy, project, industrial visit, sponsored endowment award for best students

2

Super Auto Forge Private Limited

Final project, industrial visit, guest lecture

3

Sundaram Brake Linings Limited

Final year project

4

TVS Motor Company Limited

Final year project, industrial visit, guest lecture

5

Addison & Co., Limited

Final year project

6

Simpson & Co., Limited

Final year project

7

V I Micro Systems Private Limited

Final year project

Staff training

8

Consolidated Construction Consortium Limited (CCCL)

Placement

9

ACEMICROMATIC CHARITABLE TRUST

Staff training

10

UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA

Final year projects

11

Rajalakshmi Engineering College

Margdarshan

12

Bimetal Bearings Limited

Industrial visit

13

Wabco India Limited

Final year project, guest lecture

Sponsored Project

Solar Energy Project:

  • Establishing a 3X5kWp Solar PV Plant, Partly funded by MNRE, Government of India, through TANGEDCO, TN. MSEC has set up a 15 kWp solar PV system. It has three types of solar panels, namely, mono-crystalline (5kWp), Polycrystalline (5kWp) and thin film (5kWp). We have initiated a few projects using these. It is our ambition to generate an exhaustive data base of solar panels at varying operational conditions and supplying various types of loads at one site. The data would lead to the development of a useful process model of solar energy utilization. These engineering data would be invaluable input to design of large scale solar energy systems. System performance and reliability in specific application will be monitored.
  • Consultancy work done for Micro pixel ltd, for manufacturing Bosh motor parts using advanced measuring and manufacturing facilities like faro-CMM, CNC –lathe, Milling and grinding machineries available at department manufacturing lab.

MOU’s Signed for collaborative, Research and Project work with institution and organizations are,

  1. TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES (TCS)
  2. BIMETAL BEARINGS LIMITED
  3. SUNDARAM BRAKELININGS LIMITED
  4. ADDISON & CO., LIMITED
  5. SIMPSON & CO., LIMITED
  6. V I MICRO SYSTEMS PVT. LIMITED
  7. SCIGENICS BIOTECH PVT LTD
  8. MICROMATIC MACHINE TOOLS PVT.LTD
  9. CONSOLIDATED CONSTRUCTION CONSORTIUM LTD (CCCL)
  10. UNIVERSITY SAINS MALAYSIA
  11. EASUN GROUP
  12. NIHON TECHNOLOGY PVT. LTD.
  13. MARLEN INFOMEDIA PVT.LTD.
  14. THESYS TECHNOLOGIES PVT.LTD.
  15. MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY -MALAYSIA
  16. SUPER AUTO FORGE PRIVATE LTD.
  17. TVS MOTORS
  18. WABCO

Projects were done in various fields

Students of mechanical engineering department gain industrial exposure and are prepared to face future challenges by carrying out their Final Year Projects work in various PSU/Private sectors as per their field of interest categorized below.

  • Materials and Metallurgy
  • Design/Analysis
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Manufacturing
  • Thermal
  • Quality Control
  • Metrology and Measurement
  • Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning
  • Automobile
  • Vibration
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Automation and Mechanism

Projects were undertaken in various PSU/Private Sectors:

  • Indian Space Research Organization
  • CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratories, Bengaluru
  • DRDO-Combat Vehicle Research And Development Establishment Chennai
  • DRDO-DRDL, DRDO-RCI (Research Centre Imarat) Hyderabad
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Ranipet
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Trichy
  • Integral Coach Factory, Chennai
  • Carriage and Wagon Works
  • India Piston Rings
  • Super Auto Forge
  • Hyundai
  • Renault Nissan
  • Elico Ltd (Hyderabad
  • Super Auto Forge
  • Simpsons
  • Ashok Leyland
  • Volvo Buses
  • Shardlows
  • TVS-Lucas
  • Easun MR Tap Changers
  • Wheels India Limited
  • Schneider
  • Roll Tech