Academic Achievements

National/International Conferences:

Batch Student’s Name Title of the Paper Name of the Journal / Conference

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established during the year 2005.  The department offers a four year degree program in Mechanical Engineering with an initial intake of 60 and increased to 120 students from 2014-2015.It has excellent infrastructure facilities in keeping with latest trends and requirements and well reputed faculty members. It aims at preparing the students to face the challenge of the materially-conscious and technologically fast-developing world. It means to transform the students into young engineers with sound technical knowledge, leadership skills and decision-making abilities. This preparation results from the discipline and commitment of the students, leadership of the management and distinction of the faculty. The Department periodically conducts Guest lectures, Industrial visits, Symposiums, Seminars etc. through its parent body “Association of Mechanical Engineers” for the benefit of students. The efforts of our committed faculty members are really towards producing compete students with excellence in knowledge and character. The department periodically organizes conferences, FDPs and workshops in coordination with AICTE, ISTE, AU, SAE and TEDA etc for the benefit of both the academic and industrial community.

Mission

To impart quality technical education in the field of Mechanical Engineering ,to share knowledge and dissemination of our new discoveries, to develop the professional potential of quality students and to prepare them to compete successfully in today’s job market and for lifelong learning.

Vision

The Department of Mechanical Engineering strive the students into highly qualified mechanical engineering graduates with high standards to meet the trends and requirements of the industries, to conduct state-of-art research and also mould them into committed personality towards the building of nation.

Program Educational Objectives
1.To provide students with a sound foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems and to prepare them for graduate studies. 
2.To develop the ability of students to synthesize data and technical concepts in application  of product design and manufacturing.
3.To provide opportunity for students to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects. 
4.To promote student awareness of the life-long learning and to introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice 
5.To prepare students for successful careers in industry that meets the needs of Indian and multinational companies.

Mechanical Engineering Program Outcomes :( PO)

(a)  Graduates have the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
(b)  Graduates have the ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data,
(c)  Graduates have the   ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired Needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, manufacturability, and sustainability,
(d)  Graduates have the ability to function on multidisciplinary teams,
(e)  Graduates have the   ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems,
(f)   Graduates can understand the professional and ethical responsibility,
(g)  Graduates can able to communicate effectively,
(h)  Graduates have the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context,
(i)   Graduates find the recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning,
(j)   Graduates will have the knowledge of contemporary issues,
(k)  Graduates can able to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary  for engineering practice

S.No Name Designation
1 Dr. M. Senthil Kumar Professor/Principal
2 Mr. T. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor
3 Mr. M. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor
4 Mr. K. Madhivanan Assistant Professor
5 Mr. V. Chandran Assistant Professor
6 Mr. V. Mariappan Assistant Professor
7 Mr. B. Arul Mozhi Selvan Assistant Professor
8 Mr. R. Mano Jebadurai Assistant Professor
9 Mr. P. Kaliyappan Assistant Professor
10 Mr. S. Baskaran Assistant Professor
11 Mr. P. Kubendhiran Assistant Professor
12 Mr. R.Rajesh Kumar Assistant Professor
13 Mr. T. Selvaraj Assistant Professor
14 Mr. A. Arul Anto Assistant Professor
15 Mr. B. Hari Babu Assistant Professor

Infrastructure & Labs

BASIC ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Arc Welding Machine
5
2
Lathe
2
3
 Rotary Hammer
1
4
 Demolition Hammer
1
5
Circular Saw
1
6
Planer Machine
1
7
Jig Saw
1
8
Hand Drill
1
9
Angle Grinder
1
10
Vernier Caliper
9
11
Drilling Machine –Pillar Type
1
12
Vernier Height Gauge
1
13
Power Hacksaw
1
14
Furnace Chimney With Stand
1
15
Angle Plate
3
16
Anvil
2
17
Bench Grinder(220v With Stand Pedestal)
1
18
Bevel Protractor
2
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY I LAB

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Center Lathe
12
2
All Gear Lathe
01
3
Bench Grinding Machine
01
4
Bench Drilling Machine
01
5
Power Hacksaw Cutting Machine
01
6
Arc Welding Machine
5
7
Injection  Moulding  Machine
1
8
Hand Shear 300mm
1
9
Gas Welding Machine
1
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY II

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Capstan Lathe
1
2
Heavy Duty Radial Drilling Machine
1
3
Upright Drilling Machine
1
4
Slotting Machine
1
5
Vertical Milling Machine
1
6
Horizontal Milling Machine
1
7
Shaping Machine
2
8
Surface Grinding Machine
1
9
Bench Grinding Machine
1
10
Gear Hobbing Machine
1
11
Cylindrical Grinding Machine
1
12
Centre less Grinding
1
13
Milling Tool Dynamometer
1
14
Tool Makers Microscope
1
15
Tool and Cutter grinder
1
FLUID MECHANICS

Sl. No. Equipment Details Available Quantity
1
Orifice meter and Venturi-meter setup
1
2
Rotameter setup
1
3
Pipe Flow analysis setup
1
4
Centrifugal pump
1
5
Reciprocating pump setup
1
6
Gear pump setup
1
7
Pelton wheel setup
1
8
Francis turbine setup
1
9
Kaplan turbine setup
1
10
Notch apparatus
1
11
Flow through Orifice and Mouth pieces set up
1
12
Flow through Pipes-minor losses set up
1
13
Impact of Jet on vanes set up
1
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Universal Tensile Testing Machine with Double  Shear Attachment – 40 Ton Capacity
1
2
Torsion Testing Machine (60 NM Capacity)
1
3
Impact Testing Machine (300 J Capacity)
1
4
Brinell Hardness Testing Machine
1
5
Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine
1
6
Spring Testing Machine for Tensile and Compressive Loads (2500 N)
1
7
Metallurgical Microscopes
3
8
Muffle Furnace (800 °C)
1
9
Deflection Test apparatus
1
10
Double Disc Polishing
1
11
Le-Chatlier mould
2
CAD / CAM LABORATORY

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Computer System
38
2
Printer (Canon  2900b)
1
3
Plotter (Hp Design Jet 110 Plus Plotter)
1
4
Scanner (Hp Scanner G3010)
1
5
CNC Trainer Milling Machine
1
6
CNC Trainer Lathe
1
9
CADIAN2008
License Unlimited
10
Solid works
30 License
11
ANSYS Academic teaching Introductory version 12.0,32000 nodes
25 License
12
ALGOR
10 License
13
Edge CAM Ver12.0
5 License
14
PRO/E Wild fire
5 License
THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY – I

S.No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
4 Stroke Diesel Engine Test Rig With Mechanical Load
1
2
4 Stroke Diesel Engine Test Rig With Hydraulic Load
1
3
4 Stroke Diesel Engine Test Rig With Electrical Load
1
4
4 Stroke Petrol Engine Test Rig
1
5
Multicylinder 4 Stroke Petrol Engine
1
6
Gas Analyser
1
7
Steam Boiler & Steam Turbine
1
8
4 Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine Model(Cut Section)
1
9
4 Stroke Single Cylinder Petrol Engine Model (Cut Section)
1
10
Redwood Viscometer
1
11
Cleave Land Open Cup Apparatus
1
12
Pensky Martins Closed Cup Apparatus
1
13
Composite Wall Apparatus
1
14
Thermal Conductivity of the Insulting Powder
1
15
Fluidized Bed Cooling Tower
1
THERMAL LAB – II

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Guarded Plate Apparatus
1
2
Lagged Pipe Apparatus
1
3
Natural Convection Apparatus
1
4
Forced Convection Apparatus
1
5
Emissivity Measurement Apparatus
1
6
Parallel/Counter Flow Heat Exchanger
1
7
Two Stage Reciprocating Air Compressor
1
8
Refrigeration Test Rig
1
9
Air Conditioning Test Rig
1
10
Pin-Fin Apparatus
1
11
Stefan Boltzman Apparatus
1
DYNAMICS LABORATORY

Sl. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Gear Model – Spur, Helical, Bevel and Worm
1
2
Gear Train Model – Simple Gear train, Compound Gear Train, Epicyclic Gear Train, Differential Gear Train
1
3
Kinematic Model – Slider Crank Mechanism, Double Crank Mechanism, Single Universal Joint  Mechanism.
1
4
Motorised Gyroscope
1
5
Governor apparatus- Watt, Porter, Proell and Hartnell Governors
1
6
Whirling of shaft apparatus.
1
7
Static and Dynamic Balancing Machine
1
8
Vibrating table
1
9
Single degree of freedom Spring Mass System
1
METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY

S. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Micrometer
5
2
Vernier Calipers
5
3
Vernier Height Gauge
2
4
Vernier Depth Gauge
2
5
Slip Gauge Set
1
6
Gear   Tooth  Vernier
1
7
Sine Bar
2
8
Bevel Protractor
1
9
Floating  Carriage Micrometer
1
10
Profile Projector
1
11
Mechanical Comparator
1
12
Temperature Comparator
1
13
Displacement  Measuring Setup
1
14
Force  Measuring   Trainer
1
15
Torque  Measuring   Setup
1
16
Vibration /Shock  Measuring Set Up
1
17
Surface Roughness Tester
1
18
Telescoping Gauge
1
19
Auto collimater
1
20
Bore Gauge
1
MECHATRONICS LAB

S. No.
Equipment Details
Available Quantity
1
Hydraulic Linear Actuation System Trainer with LAB View Software
1
2
Basic Pneumatic Kit
1
3
Basic Electro Pneumatic Kit with PLC & Different Types of Electrical Controls
1
4
Servo Controller using Open/Closed Loop
1
5
Digital PID Controller – Trainer
1
6
Digital PID Controller – DC Motor
1
7
8051 Microcontroller Trainer
1
8
8051 Microcontroller Trainer with Stepper Motor and LAB View Software
1
9
Hydraulic Simulation Software(Single User)
1
10
Pneumatic Simulation Software(Single User)
1
11
Process Controller Trainer with Lab view Software
1
12
Digital PID Controller Temperature
1
13
Computer System
11

Centre of Excellence / R&D

  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering has a center of excellence in prototype product development.
  • The main focus of the Centre of excellence is to design the model using Solid modeling software and develop the product using Rapid Proto type (RPT) machine.
  • It aims at providing the necessary training in theoretical and practical aspects of modeling software and RPT training which will improve the technical skill of the student in the design domain.
Amenities:
Hardwares
  • CNC Trainer Milling Machine
  • CNC Trainer Lathe
  • CNC Trainer LatheRapid Prototyping Facility (Build Envelop: 225x145x150mm and works with ABS, PLA and other materials)
Softwares
  • AUTO CAD - 2016
  • SOLID WORKS with Simulation-2016
  • ANSYS –Version 15.0
  • Pro-E Version 5.0
  • FANUC OT and FANUC OM
  • Mastercam X7 16.0
Industry Association
  • SP Institute CNC Training center
  • Diagonal CAD Pvt Ltd
  • Design CAD Pvt Ltd
  • Trikonic Technology Services
  • SIM Technologies Pvt Ltd
  • Mastercam X7 16.0

Center of Excellence conducts value added programmes for every academic year in the following fields.

  • Value Added Programmes in Solid Works software with Rapid Proto Type techniques.
  • Workshop in Mastercam X7 for interested students in association with SP Institute CNC training Centre.
  • Advanced Training in AUTOCAD with theory and practice sessions to meet industrial requirement.

Students Activities & Achievements

Batch Name of theStudent Organization Event Achievement
2011-15 Hema Rani .C All India Silambam Foundation Chennai Silambam 1st Place
2011-15 Raj Gowtham .K Tamilnadu Jumprope Association Skipping 1st Place
2011-15 Prashanth .S S K R Engg College Table Tennis 2 nd Place
2011-15 Selvakumar.R S K R Engg College Table Tennis 2 nd Place

National/International Conferences:( 2014-2015)

Batch
Student’s Name
Title of the Paper
Name of the Journal / Conference
2011-15
DEEPAN K.S. HARIKRISHNAN
National Conference - “Design And Development Of Automatic Braking System For Upclimbing Vehicles”
“Recent Trends in design and development of Mechanial Engineering” Kings College of Engineering, Pudulottai
2011-15
KANNAN.M RAJU. S SANTHOSH. K
National Conference –“Experimental Investigation On Damping Properties Of Micro-Nano Particles Filled Natural Rubber Composites”
Recent trends in Nano Technology Maharaja Prithvi EngineeringCollege, Erode
2011-15
SUBASH CHANDRA BOSE.M SERAN. P
National Conference –“Experimental Analysis Of Defects In Friction Stir Welding Using Accelerometer”
Modern Welding Techniques in mechanical Engineering Nanda college of Technology, Erode

Student Activities

National Level Technical Symposium “BLITZCRANK’15”

3rd National Level Technical Symposium “BLITZCRANK’15”, on 6th March, 2015, chief guest: Mr. N. Rajmohan, GM-HR in Delphi-TVS, a TVS Group company, Chennai.

 

Industry Institute Interaction (III's)

The Industry Institute Interaction Cell plays a vital role in arranging industrial visits,In-plant training and in inviting industry experts for guest lectures.

Industrial visit
  • Industrial visits are arranged regularly for students to fill the gap between theoretical learning and industrial practice.
  • A minimum of two industrial visits are arranged per academic year to have exposure in industry practices.
S.NO
Date
YEAR
COMPANY VISITED
2014 - 2015
1.
23.03.2015
II
North Chennai thermal power station
2.
20.03.2015
IV
Madras Atomic Power  Station
3.
01.08.2014
III
North Chennai thermal power station
In plant /Internship training
  • In-plant trainings, internship is provided for students to get industry exposure.
  • At the end of every semester, the students are motivated to undertake in-plant training and internship programs in industries to acquire practical knowledge about current technologies.
  • Student internship programs are encouraged every year to enhance their independent learning.
  • Through the internships, students learn the working culture of companies and have

a more mature understanding of the needs of the employers.

Internships details
BATCH
NO.OF STUDENTS
NAME OF THE COMPANY
DURATION
2012-16
Giritharan R
Kishore ravi
Ashok Leyland
06.01.15 – 10.01.15
Giritharan R
Sundaram Motors
08.12.14 -13.12.14
2011-15
S.Sathish
K.Aravind
Dineshkumar R
Royal Enfield
23.12.13-28.12.13
Ramkumar.M
Gopi.P
Brakes India Ltd
21.12.13 – 28.12.13
Vignesh Pawar.V
Pradeep.P
Fenner  (India) Ltd
20.12.13 – 25.12.13
E.Mohan Raj
M.S .Kartick
Neyveli  Lignite Corporation Limited
19.12.13 – 24.12.13
Selva kumar.S
Rail  Net Software   Solutions
09.12.13 – 19.12.13
2010-14
S. Manikandan
(21310114023)
Chennai Petrolium
Corporation
17.12.12 – 04.01.13
S. Manikandan
(21310114019)
Vishay Precision Group,
Sriperumbudur
02.01.13 – 04.01.13
Jeyakumar K
Logesh Kumar J
Dharani S
Wheels India ltd
18.12.12 – 23.12.12
MOU Details with Department of Mechanical Engineering
Academic Year
Name of organization signed MOU
Date of MOU
Contact person
Details
Benefit to college/Department
2015-2016
 
 
SP Institute CNC Training center
M.T.H.Road, Padi
Chennai 600 050.
14.09.2015
Mr.S.Pandiyarajan
Managing Director
To  conduct CNC training courses  for all interested Students
M/S Saro Plastics
Anakaputhur,
Chennai 600 070.
11.09.2015
Mr T.John Rajan
Manager
The Institution/ Business incubator  review the project proposal through its managing committee and approve the project under the scheme for providing support for Entrepreneurial and Managerial Development of SMEs
M/S Balu Engineering,
Ekattuthangal,
Chennai 600 032.
 
11.09.2015
Mr R.Balraju
Manager
2014-2015
M/S Sri Ganesh Plastics
West Thambaram,
Chennai 600 045
08.12.2014
Mr S.Praveen Kumar
Manager – Design
 
The Institution/ Business incubator  review the project proposal through its managing committee and approve the project under the scheme for providing support for Entrepreneurial and Managerial Development of SMEs

Student Chapters

SAEINDIA is India's leading resource for mobility technology. As an individual member driven society of mobility practitioners the ownership of SAEINDIA wrests with its members who are Individuals from the mobility community, which includes Engineers Executives from Industry, Government Officials, Academics and Students

SAEINDIA is an affiliate society of SAE International registered in India as an Indian nonprofit engineering and scientific society dedicated to the advancement of mobility industry in India.

The officers in Section Governing Boards, Operating boards and Committees share the onus of its efficient functioning here. All efforts are on now with a single minded purpose to propel the automotive engineering profession by focusing on three trends occurring in the automotive industry today that affect all automotive engineers and engineering societies.

The first of these trends is simultaneous engineering the integration of the roles of design engineer, manufacturing engineer, supplier, marketer, and planner. The second trend is the increased reliance of auto manufacturers on suppliers and design houses to support the design and manufacturing functions. A third factor crucial to an internationalized auto industry is standards as communication, as a basis for regulation, and as an aid to interchangeability.

Global standards have become a necessity, and the responsibility for developing them falls on internationally recognized standards-writing groups and, ultimately, on the individual engineers who participate in standards work.

Membership
  • SAEINDIA is one of the few professional engineering societies whose membership represents practically every engineering and scientific discipline. Its members combine their specialized abilities to further advance the research, development, design, manufacture and utilization of vehicles which operate on land and water and in air and space.
  • Membership provides for regular members to have access to emagazine- either Automotive Engineering International or Aerospace Engineering magazine. These award winning magazines target hot topics about ground vehicle and aircraft developments to provide members with a valuable resource for keeping pace with the rapidly changing technology in the mobility industry.
  • Members can purchase SAEINDIA and SAE International technical papers and publications at member discount prices.
  • Members receive free registration at SAEINDIA's lecture meetings and exhibits. This unique benefit puts the members in touch with other professional engineers and suppliers who determine the future of the expanding mobility industry worldwide.
  • SAEINDIA regularly plans and offers many career development activities such as job fairs, career enhancement sessions, resume/recruitment boards, and resume database services. Professional development seminars are also available at special member discounted rates, as well as undergraduate and graduate scholarship programs.
  • Access vital high-tech mobility information through renewal registration fee for attending SAEINDIA National and International Congress.
  • Network with industry leaders and corporate officials at SAEINDIA meetings and local section activities.
  • Save Rs.2500 to Rs.10000 while attending SAEINDIA professional development business and TOP TECH Programs.
Benefits of SAE MEMBERSHIP:
SAEINDIA MEMBERSHIP GRADES

Listed below are the qualifications for each grade of SAEINDIA membership as stated in the Bylaws:

Member Grade

This grade shall be composed of persons having a qualified College or University degree in Engineering and a minimum of five(5) years of professional technical experience or having the required equivalent years of technical education and professional technical experience or who have rendered distinguished service and are having noteworthy accomplishments in the area of Mobility Engineering or who have been members of SAEINDIA or IAE (India).

Associate Grade

This grade shall be composed of persons having a qualified College or University degree in Engineering or having the required equivalent years of technical education and professional technical experience but have not yet attained the experience and level of responsibility to qualify for grade of member or who have been Associate members of SAEINDIA or IAE (India).

Affiliate Grade

This grade shall be composed of persons whose affiliation supports the objectives of SAEINDIA but do not meet the requirements for Members and Associate Members or who have been Affiliate members of SAEINDIA or IAE (India)

Applicants who are elected to either Associate or Affiliate grade may apply for a grade transfer after they have obtained more experience in the mobility engineering field.

OFFICE BEARERS
S. No.
Position
Name
1
Student Chairperson :                                 
Mr. R.NAGA RAJAN
2
Student Vice-Chairperson :                        
Mr.BOTHAN KUMAR V
3
Student Secretary :                                     
Mr.GOKUL M
4
Student Treasurer :                                   
Mr.KATHIRESAN K
5
Student Reception Chair :                           
Mr.SALMAAN HUSSAIN
6
Student Program Chair :                             
Mr.AMIRTH S M
7
Student Publicity Chair :                              
Mr.K.DIILI BABU
8
Student Membership Chair :                       
Mr.JAI KISHORE
SAE BATCH CO-ORDIANTORS:
S. No.
Position
Name
1
Senior Faculty Advisor :                             
Mr. T.SENTHIL KUMAR
Associate Professor
Mechanical Department
2
Additional Faculty Advisor :                        
Mr. V.MARIAPPAN
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Department

Events & Conferences

Date Event Organized Name of the guest
6th March, 2015 3rd National Level Technical Symposium “BLITZCRANK’15” Mr. N. Rajmohan
14.03.2014 Global Webinar Based One Day Program on Learn Solid Modeling in a Day Dr.M.Senthil Kumar
09.01.2014 Training In Operation And Maintenance Of Vertical Milling Machine Mr.P.Rajendiran
12.07.2013 Rapid prototyping machine Inauguration Dr. S. Sampathkumar
LEARN SOLID MODELING IN A DAY

“Global Webinar Based One Day Program on Learn Solid Modeling in a Day” Chief Guest: Dr.M.Senthil Kumar, Principal ,SKREC on 14.03.2014

NATIONAL LEVEL TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM “BLITZCRANK’15”

3rd National Level Technical Symposium “BLITZCRANK’15”, on 6th March, 2015, chief guest: Mr. N. Rajmohan, GM-HR in Delphi-TVS, a TVS Group company, Chennai.

RAPID PROTOTYPING MACHINE

Rapid prototyping machine Inauguration On 12.07.2013 Chief Guest: Dr. S. Sampathkumar, Professor, Production Technology, Anna University ( Mrs. S.M.S. Nalini, General mananger, NSIC )

Guest Lectures

Date Event Organized Name of the guest
12.08.2014 Guest Lecturer On Carrier & Higher Studies Mr.Raj Shrekar, General Manager, SMR Automotive, Chennai

Placement Details & Reports

Company Name No of Students
ACCURATE STEEL FORGING 5
SUTHERLAND 1