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Mechanical Department

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
About Us

The mechanical engineering department was established in the year 2008. The department offers a four-year undergraduate degree programme in Mechanical Engineering and a two-year postgraduate degree programme in Product Design and Development.

Mechanical engineering plays a key role in the development of any field of engineering. It is about translating theoretical research into practical solutions and applications that are used by society. Mechanical engineers design, maintain, repair, and operate everything we need in our daily lives now, and in the future, they will deliver the solutions to sustain and protect human society’s existence.

Our department has qualified and dedicated professors with a wide range of specializations. It fosters a vibrant environment for academicians and practicing engineers to share and disseminate knowledge.

Objectives

Satisfy constituency needs for graduates to be successful mechanical engineers with emphasis on sustainability and globalization.

Develop skills to pursue life-long learning.

Achieve in a diverse work environment.

Program Offered

Degree Specialization Course Duration ApprovedIntake
B.E Mechanical Engineering 4 Years 120
M.E Product Design and Development 2 Years 18

Development objectives:

To develop and maintain a strong academic staff base for optimum departmental performance.

To integrate teaching and research for preservation and effective application of knowledge and skills.

To improve, develop and establish teaching and research programs in line with country’s industrialization needs.

To develop and promote quality and market driven academic and professional pursuits.

To expand strengthen and sustain the departmental income base.

To strengthen and expand collaboration and partnership with industry and other organization.

To establish culture of hard work, good governance in leadership and management of the department.

To develop, promote and carry out programs for epidemic and disaster prevention as well as risk management.

Values:

Members of the department of mechanical engineering value.

Professionalism and integrity

Scholarship and teaching excellence

Commitment to students

Partnerships and collegiality

Initiative, innovation and willingness to change

Community, the environment and sustainability

We hold these values as an integral frame of reference to inform our decisions and actions at every level and in every situation.

Goals:

To maintain a high standard of mechanical engineering education through outstanding teaching, innovative curricula and research training that reflect the changing needs of society.

To attract highly motivated students with enthusiasm, aptitude and interest in mechanical engineering.

To pursue excellence in research and technology transfer.

To recruit, retain and develop the members of the department.

To increase the public awareness of departmental activities and the mechanical engineering profession.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vision and Mission

Vision

The mechanical engineering program will be nationally and internationally recognized for outstanding education and research.

Mission

To offer accessible quality training, research and innovation in order to produce leaders in power generation, renewable energy, building services, automotive, manufacturing, maintenance, industrial system control, materials and marine systems to suit the needs of a dynamic world.



PO & PEO's


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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO 1

Have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and allied industries.

PEO 2

Have expertise in the areas of Design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing.

PEO 3

Contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices.

PEO 4

Practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.

PEO 5

Graduates will adapt to evolving technologies through life-long learning.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)


LEVEL

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

PO 1

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering sciences to develop mathematical models for industrial problems.

PO 2

An ability to identify, formulates, and solve complex engineering problems. with high degree of competence.

PO 3

An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data obtained through those experiments.

PO 4

An ability to design mechanical systems, component, or a process to meet desired needs within the realistic constraints such as environmental, social, political and economic sustainability.

PO 5

An ability to use modern tools, software and equipment to analyze multidisciplinary problems.

PO 6

An ability to demonstrate on professional and ethical responsibilities.

PO 7

An ability to communicate, write reports and express research findings in a scientific community.

PO 8

An ability to adapt quickly to the global changes and contemporary practices.

PO 9

An ability to engage in life-long learning.

PEO / PO MAPPING

Program
Educational Objectives

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SEMESTER COURSE WISE PO MAPPING

YEAR 1

SEM 1

COURSE TITLE

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)

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Communicative English

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Engineering Mathematics I

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Engineering Physics

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Engineering Chemistry

 

 

 

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Engineering Graphics

 

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Problem Solving and Python Programming Laboratory

 

 

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Physics and Chemistry Laboratory

 

 

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SEM 2

COURSE TITLE

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)

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Technical English

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Engineering Mathematics II

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Materials Science

 

 

 

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Basic Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

 

 

 

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Environmental Science and Engineering

 

 

 

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Engineering Mechanics

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Engineering Practices Laboratory

 

 

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Basic Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engg.

 

 

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YEAR 2

SEM 3

COURSE TITLE

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)

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Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

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Engineering Thermodynamics

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Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

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Manufacturing Technology - I

 

 

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Electrical Drives and Controls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manufacturing Technology Laboratory - I

 

 

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Computer Aided Machine Drawing

 

 

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Electrical Engineering Laboratory

 

 

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Interpersonal Skills / Listening & Speaking

 

 

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SEM 4

COURSE TITLE

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Statistics and Numerical Methods

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Kinematics of Machinery

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Manufacturing Technology– II

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Engineering Metallurgy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Strength of Materials for Mechanical Engineers

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Thermal Engineering- I

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Manufacturing Technology Laboratory–II

 

 

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Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics Machinery Laboratory

 

 

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Advanced Reading and Writing

 

 

 

 

 

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YEAR 3

SEM 5

COURSE TITLE

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)

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Thermal Engineering- II

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Design of Machine Elements

 

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Metrology and Measurements

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Dynamics of Machines

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Kinematics and Dynamics Laboratory

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Thermal Engineering Laboratory

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Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

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SEM 6

COURSE TITLE

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Design of Transmission Systems

 

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Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

 

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Heat and Mass Transfer

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Finite Element Analysis

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Hydraulics and Pneumatics

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

 

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Design and Fabrication Project

 

 

 

 

 

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Professional Communication

 

 

 

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YEAR 4

SEM 7

COURSE TITLE

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Power Plant Engineering

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Mechatronics

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Process Planning and Cost Estimation

 

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Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

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Mechatronics Laboratory

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Technical Seminar

 

 

 

 

 

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SEM 8

Project Work

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Principles of Management

 

 

 

 

 

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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO'S)

LEVEL

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO 1

Demonstrate technical competency in practice.

PEO 2

Function effectively in an industrial and academic environments.

PEO 3

Engage in professional ethics and development.

PEO 4

Enrich their society and environment through their skills.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)

LEVEL

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

PO 1

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering

PO 2

An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs

PO 3

An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

PO 4

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

PO 5

An ability to communicate effectively

PO 6

 

The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context

PO 7

A knowledge of contemporary issues

PO 8

An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

PO 9

An ability to select and apply materials and manufacturing processes: ability to design manufacturing processes that result in products that meet specific material and other requirements

PO 10

A knowledge of process, assembly and product engineering: ability to design products and the equipment, tooling, and environment necessary for their manufacture

PEO / PO MAPPING

Program
Educational Objectives

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SEMESTER COURSE WISE PO MAPPING

YEAR 1

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COURSE TITLE

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Applied Mathematics for Engineers

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Introduction to Product Development

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Computer Applications in Design

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Advanced Finite Element Analysis

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Industrial Design

 

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Professional Elective I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Integrated Product Design and Process Development

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Product and Process Engineering Tools

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Materials Selection for Product Development

 

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Quality Concepts in Product Development

 

 

 

 

 

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Professional Elective II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Elective III

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SEM 3

COURSE TITLE

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Marketing Research

 

 

 

 

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Professional Elective IV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Elective V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Work Phase I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Project Work Phase II

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Regulations


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Syllabus


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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Library Facilities

S.NO CATEGORY TOTAL VOLUME
1 Reference Books 840
2 Text Books 425
3 Journal 380

Internet Facilities

More than fifteen computer terminals are provided for Mechanical Engineering Students in department Library for Internet browsing.

Lab Facilities

CAD/CAM LABORATORY

Computer Systems (Work Station)

A3 Size Plotter

Laser Printer

Trainer CNC Lathe

Trainer CNC Milling Machine

Solid Edge 3D Modeling Software

Edgecam Software

ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY

Centre Lathe Machine

Gas Welding set

Carpentry

Fitting

Smithy

Foundry

Welding

Forging

Piping & Plumbing

Sheet metal works

Power Hacksaw Machine

Drilling Machine

Grinding Machine

Sawing Machine

FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY LABORATORY

Orifice meter

Venturi meter

Pipe Flow analysis

Rotameter

Centrifugal pump

Submergible pump

Reciprocating pump

Gear pump

Pelton wheel

Francis turbine

Kaplan turbine

Impact of Jet on Vanes Apparatus

Metacentric Height Apparatus

Notch Apparatus

Bernoulli’s Theorem Apparatus

Pitot Tube Setup

Hydraulic Flame Apparatus

HEAT POWER LABORATORY

Thermal Conductivity Apparatus

Stefan Boltzman Apparatus

Lagged Pipe Apparatus

Forced Convection Apparatus

Natural Convection Apparatus

Parallel Flow / Counter Flow Heat Exchanger

Emissivity Apparatus

Pin-Fin Apparatus

Refrigeration Test Rig

Air-Conditioning Test Rig

KINEMATICS DYNAMICS LABORATORY

Spring Mass System

Bifilar Suspension System

Compound Pendulum

Cantilever Beam

Multi Degree Suspension System

Flywheel Axial System

Universal Governor

Cam /Follower

Whirling of Shaft

Gyroscope

Static And Dynamics Balancing

Turn Table Apparatus

Transverse Vibration Apparatus

Balancing Of Reciprocating Masses

Proto Models

Helical Gear

Spur Gear Model-1

Reciprocating Engine Mechanism

Epicycle Gear

Double Universal Joint

Bevel Gear

With Worth Quick Return Mechanism

Gear Trains

Warm Gear

Spur Gear

Oscillation Cylinder Mechanism

Epicycle Gear

Single Universal Joint

Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

Centre Lathes

Turret Lathe

Capstan Lathes

Horizontal Milling Machine

Vertical Milling Machine

Shaper

Slotting Machine

Planning Machine

Surface Grinding Machine

Cylindrical Grinding Machine

Center less Grinding Machine

Tool and Cutter Grinder

Radial Drilling Machine

CNC Lathe

CNC Milling machine

Gear Hobbling Machine

Gear Shaper machine

Lathe Tool Dynamometer

Milling Tool Dynamometer

MECHATRONICS LABORATORY

Air Compressor

Multi Process Station

Electro Pneumatic Trainer Kit

SPDT Switches Push Button Switch Kit

Electro Pneumatic Trainer Kit With PLC

Programmable Logic Controller(PLC)

Design & Testing Of Pneumatic Power Circuit Kit

Programmable Logic Controller For Servomotor Controller

Design & Testing Of Pneumatic Power Circuit Kit

D.C Motor Speed Controller Trainer Kit

Servomotor Controller

Digital Controller

Stepper Motor Controller

Permanent Magnet D.C Motor

Data Acquisition Cards

Digital PID Controller

METROLOGY MEASUREMENT LABORATORY

Temperature Measurement

Force Measurement

Torque Measurement

Vibration Measurement

LVDT(Linear Variable Differential Transducer)

Mechanical Comparator

Electrical Comparator

Pneumatic Comparator

Sine Bar

Slip Gauges

Floating Carriage Micrometer

Auto Collimator

Tool Maker Microscope

Profile Projector

Vernier Height Gauge

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

Universal Tensile Testing machine

Torsion Testing Machine

Impact Testing Machine

Brinell Hardness Testing Machine

Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine

Spring Testing Machine for tensile and compressive loads

Metallurgical Microscopes

Muffle Furnace

Dial Gauges

Mechanical Extensometer

Deflection Beam Apparatus

Compression Testing Machine

THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Single Cylinder 4 Stroke Diesel Engine

Slow Speed Single Cylinder 4 Stroke Diesel Engine

2 Stage Air Compressor

Experimental Blower Test Rig

Cleaveland Flash And Fire Point Apparatus (Open Cup)

Pensky Marten Flash Point Apparatus

Red Wood Viscometer

2 Stroke Single Cylinder Petrol Engine

4 Stroke 3 Cylinder Petrol Engine

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CAD/CAM LABORATORY

Computer Systems (Work Station)

A3 Size Plotter

Laser Printer

Solid Edge

Solid Works

ANSYS

MATLAB

NASTRAN

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
Value Added Course

The department has continuously conducted value-added courses in the field of engineering design using Pro/Engineer Wildfire 5.0, PTC Creo 5.0, and Solid Works 2014 SP5 in collaboration with the CADD Centre, Salem, for up to 80 hours of course time.

Sl. No Year Total no of students attended Software Details Course Duration
1 2009 - 2010 43 Pro/Engineer Wildfire 5.0 80 Hours

2 2010 - 2011 46
3 2011 - 2012 53
4 2012 - 2013 35
5 2013 - 2014 33 PTC Creo 5.0
6 2014 - 2015 35 Solid Works 2014 SP5
7 2015 - 2016 33
8 2016 - 2017 36
9 2018 - 2019 37

MECH Activities



2020 - 2021 Activities

Activities 2019 - 2020

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Motivational Programme 10.02.21 We Care Your Future Mr.R.Surendran
Assistant Professor,
Government college of technology,
Coimbatore-13.


2019 - 2020 Activities

Activities 2019 - 2020

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Technical Events 16.09.19 52nd Engineers Day Celebrations Er.A.Sivaraman
Asst. Executive Engineer,
TNEB,
TANGEDCO, Namakkal.
2 Seminar 04.10.19 Recent Innovations and Technological Developments in Mechanical Engineering for Future World Er.K.Mariappan
MD-Steel Cluster Services Salem (P) Ltd.,
Vice President, Tamilnadu Small &
Tiny Industries Association.
3 Workshop 11.03.20 3D Printer with 3D Scanner technology Er.C.Jai Kumar
Founder & Director,
CADD Academy,
Madurai.
Er.P.Karthick
Design Engineer,
CADD Academy,
Madurai.
4 National Level Technical Symposium 13.03.20 Jet Blaze’20 Er.K.Mariappan
MD-Steel Cluster Services Salem (P) Ltd.,
Vice President, Tamilnadu Small & Tiny
Industries Association.


2018 - 2019 Activities

Activities 2018 - 2019

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Seminar 11.08.18 Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineering Er.S.Shanmugam
Senior Manager,
Salem Steel Plant,
Salem.
2 Technical Events 14.09.18 Engineers Day Celeberation Er.V.Kanian Poonkundran
Asst.Excutive Engineer,
Mettur Thermal Power Plant,
Mettur.
3 Seminar Presentation &
Career Guidance Programme
24.09.18

Alumni Mentor Program and Pathways Beyond the Professionate

Er.K.K.Balaji
Design Engineer,
Product Development,
HCL Technologes,
Bangalore.
4 National Conference 16.03.19

Green Materials and Environmental Engineering

Dr.T.Sekar
Associate Professor,
Government college of technology,
Coimbatore-13.
5 National Seminar 16.03.19

Development and Characterization of Metal matrix Nano Composites



2017 - 2018 Activities

Activities 2017 - 2018

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Seminar 24.08.17 Recent Trends in Mechaical Engineering Mr.Doraiswamy Anand
Assistant general Manager,
Steel Melting Shop,
Salem Steel plant,
Salem.
2 Career Guidance Programme 30.08.17 Alumni Mentor Program and Pathways Beyond the Professionate Mr.Ajmal Abdul Jabbar
Regional Supervisor,
Ingersoll Rand Air Compressors Zahid Group,
Saudi Arabia.
Mr.R.Prakasam
Design Engineer,
Genau Extrusions Ltd,
Hosur.
3 Seminar 01.09.17 Piping and HVAC Mr.C.Jaikumar
Founder,
CADD Academy,
Madurai.
4 Career Guidance Programme 09.09.17 Pathways Beyond the Professionate Mr.S.Balajee
Senior Service Engineer,
Grundfos Pumps,
Bengaluru.
Mr.K.K.Balaji
Design Engineer,
HCL Technologies,
Bengaluru.
Mr.L.Kaleeswaramenan
Design Engineer,
HCL Technologies,
Chennai.
Mr.M.Arun
Quality Engineer,              
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles,
Chennai.
5 Faculty Development Programme 30.10.17 3D Printer with 3D Scanner Technology Mr.C.Jaikumar
Founder,
CADD Academy,
Madurai.
Mr.Jaffer
Regional Head,                       
CADD Academy,
Erode.
6 Seminar 09.03.18 Composite Materials and material Engineering Er.P.Selvaraj
Deputy general manager (Operations), Blooming Mill,
JSW,
Salem.
P.Senthamarai KannanAssistant Professor,
Kamaraj college of engineering and technology,
Virudhunagar.
7 Symposium 17.03.18 Jet Blaze’18 Er.S.Maridass
Senior Quality Engineer,
Thiagarajar Telekom Solutions,
Madurai.
8 Workshop 17.03.18 3D Print with 3D Scan Technology Mr.C.Jaikumar
Founder,
CADD Academy,
Madurai.


2016 - 2017 Activities

Activities 2016 - 2017

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Workshop 06.08.2016 Engine Design, Development,Testing& Emmission Control Technologies Dr.Pasupathy
Hon. Seceratary,
Indian Society of Mechanical Engineers, Chennai.
Er.Arun raj Senior Engineer, Mahindra Mahindra Ltd,
Chennai.
Er.Rajendran Chief Editor, Indian Society of Mechanical Engineers Chennai.
2 Symposium 27.08.16 Jet Blaze’16 Er.U.Uthanda GaneshAssistant Manager, JohnsonControl Inc, Chennai.
3 Workshop Autotranics Er.M.Rajasekaran
Assistant Manager,Hyundai Motor IndiaLtd,Chennai.
4 Workshop Aerodynamics Er.Kapil ThapaSenior Expert Member, Top Engineers (P) Ltd, Chennai.
5 Workshop 30.01.17 to 31.01.17 Additive Manufacturing (3DPrinting) Er.C.Jaikumar
Director,
3D Makers CADD Academy, Madurai.


2015 - 2016 Activities

Activities 2015 - 2016

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Career Guidance Programme 25.07.2015 Alumni Mentor Program and Pathways Beyond the Professionate Er.K.K.Balaji
Engineer,
Quest global Engineering services pvt.ltd, Bangalore.
Er.L.Kaleeswaramenan
Junior Design Engineer, geometric ltd,
Chennai.
2 Seminar 10.08.2015 Opportunity for Mechanical Engineers Mr.Ramachandran General Manager, Electro Mechanical Products for Switch Gear, 
Chennai.
3 Workshop 11.03.2016 IC Engine assembling and dismantling Er.Prabhakar Excutive Director, Top Engineers Pvt.Ltd,
Chennai.


2014 - 2015 Activities

Activities 2014 - 2015

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Workshop cum Seminar 26.07.14 SolidWorks Features Mr.Saravannan Design Engineer,
CADD Centre,
Salem.
Mr.Senthilkumar Marketing Manager,
CADD Centre,
Salem.
2 Motivational Programme 02.08.14 Focus The Future Mr.B.Chandra Mohan National Trainer.
3 Career Guidance Programme 09.08.14 Present Industrial Expectations for The outgoing Students Mr.D.Eregamani Asst.General Manager,
Carborundum Universal Ltd,
Murugapa Group of  Companies,
Hosur.
4 Motivational Programme 23.08.14 சக்தி கொடு Mr.Jc.Du.Velumani  
Principal Coach,
Dream Factory,
Training & HR Solution,
Erode.
5 Technical Skill Development Programme 28.08.14 Current Capacity and Enrolment in Career Prof.R.Surendran

Assistant Professor,
Department of Mechanical Enigneering,

Govt College of Engineering,
Salem.
6 Motivational Programme 23.01.15 உன்னை அறிந்து உலகை வெல் Mr.Jc.Du.Velumani
Principal Coach,
Dream Factory,
Training & HR Solution,
Erode.
7 Workshop 29.01.15
&
30.01.15
Practical Approach to Product Design Mr.N.Sudrasubramanian
Founder ,
Technozen Academy,
Madurai.
Mr.C.Jaikumar
Founder,
3D Makers Technologies,
Madurai.


2013 - 2014 Activities

Activities 2013 - 2014

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Worshop 27.09.13 “Emerging and future trends in advanced manufacturing system” Mr.K.S.SarmaManager, 
 Metallurgical Service,
Salem Steel Plant.
Mr.N.Sundaransubramanian Founder & Chief Consultant
Technozen Academy.
Madurai.
Dr.Devadasan
Professor,
Dept of Production Engg.
PSG College Of Technology.
Coimbatore.
2 Development of  Skills 10.01.14 “Carrer Guidance” (We Care Your Future) Mr.N.Sundaransubramanian Founder & Chief Consultant,
Technozen Academy.
Madurai.
Mr.C.Jaikumar Founder & Chief Consultant,
3D Makers Technologies,
Madurai.
3 Development of  Skills 31.01.14 “Motivational Programme” (Spread Your Wings & Fly) Mr.B.Chandra Mohan,National Trainer
4 Development of Skills 01.03.14 “Technical Skill Development Programme” Mr.R.SurendranAsst.professor Dept Of Mechanical Engg  Govt college of engg
salem
5 Conference 14.03.14 “Explore &evolve the role of mechanica in  industrial growth “ EERMIG’14 Prof.Dr.K.Visagavel Vice Principal Knowledge Institute of Technology,
salem
6 Symposium 15.03.14 “Sustainable Design and Manufacturing ”JET BLAZE’14 Mr.S.K.Nair,
Asst General Manager/Operation,
Salem Steel Plant,
Salem.


2012 - 2013 Activities

Activities 2012 - 2013

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Workshop 24.01.13   “Rapid Prototyping & Tooling” Mr.Prabahar Annamalai
CEO,
VectraForm Engg Solution,
Coimbatore.
Dr.Rajesh Ranganathan 
Associate Professor / Mechanical, CIT – Coimbatore.
25.01.13 Dr.Iyyadurai  
Director,
COINDIA,
Coimabatore.


2011 - 2012 Activities

Activities 2011 - 2012

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 National Conference 24.02.12  & 25.02.12 CSIR Sponsored“ Green Manufacturing towards Sustainable Development” GMFSD – 2012 Dr.V.Balasubramanian 
Professor / Director,
CEMAJOR,
Manufcturing Engg, 
Annamalai University. 
Dr.S.Ramesh  Professor,
Dept of Mech Engg,
Sona College of Technology,
Salem.
Dr.P.Naveethakrishnan  
Professor,
Head Dept of Mechanical Engg ,
Kongu Engineering college,
Perundurai. 
Dr.P.VivekanadaShanmuganathan Professor,
School of Mechanical & Buliding Science,
VIT University,
Vellore.
Prof. S.Jerome
Assistant Professor,
Dept of Metallurical & Materials Engg, NIT-Trichy.


2010 - 2011 Activities

Activities 2010 - 2011

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Workshop 24.02.11 & 25.02.11 ISTE Chapter Sponcerd “Trends in CAM Technologies” Mr. Prabahar Annamalai
CEO of Vectra FORM Engineering Services,
Bengaluru.
Mr.Ajitha Prabu
Director,
Kriatec Services Private Limited,
Bengaluru.


2009 - 2010 Activities

Activities 2019 - 2010

S.No Nature of the Programme Dates Title of the Programme Speakers
1 Staff Development Programme 29.06.09 to 11.07.09 AICTE Sponcerd “Advances in Manufacturing & Micro Machining Processes” Mr.K.C.Madhusudhan
Asst.general Manager(Mechanical)
JSW,
Salem.
Mr. M.Ravi
Senior Manager,
JSW,
Salem.    
Dr. Balusamy
Dept of Mech,
GCE,
Salem.
Prof. S.Somasundaram,
Head of the department/Mechanical
Sudarsan Enggineering College
Pudukkottai.
Dr. Balaji
Professor
Dept of Mechanical Engg,
Amirth University,
Coimbatore
Dr. A.S.Krishnan
Dept of Mechanical Engg,
KCT,
Coimbatore.
2 Staff Development Programme 22.06.09  & 04.07.09 AICTE Sponcerd “ Advances in Emerging Techniques in Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer ” Mr. M.Ravichander
DMW Works,
Erode.
Dr.Vallinayagam
DEAN,
KEC,
Perundurai.
Dr.N.Jayaraman
Dept. of Mechanical Engg,
KEC
Perundurai.
Mr. P.Padmakumar
Manager ,
Technical
Edge Cam KRIATEC Services,
Chennai.
Dr. R.M.Arunachalam
Dept. of Mechanical Engg,
GCE,
Salem.
Dr.Malayalamoorthy
GCE,
Salem.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Academic Excellence Achievements


Faculty Achievements

University Rank Holders


S No Name University Year Rank Photo
1 MR.V.Kannan Anna university Coimbatore 2008 - 2012 22
2 Mr.S.Balajee Anna university Coimbatore 2008 - 2012 22
3 Ms.J.Aruloli Anna university Coimbatore 2009 - 2013 22

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Alumni


BALAJI.K.K
(2009 – 2013)
Design Engineer
HCL Technologies Ltd, Bangalore
6 LPA

The knowledge I acquired from this institution is vast. Whatever state today I’m in is all because whatever I learned during those 4 beautiful years at The Kavery Engineering College. The tie-up with Mechanical and IT Industries has been the great factor and happy to see the students getting placed every year with very good package. In total, I’d say, TKEC is my second Home to show my love and gratitude and to take in return too.




GNANAVADIVEL.R
(2012-2016)
Team leader
Magna International Inc, Chennai
4.5Lpa

My journey as a student of TKEC had been a memorable one. 4 years were enough to make myself feel indebted to the college forever. A great faculty, excellent in their respective fields, never turned us down at times of our need. They extended their helping hands for us beyond academics. The college organized various pre-placement programs for each and every student to crack the jobs – during on and off campus placements.




HARIKRISHNAN
(2011-15)
Project Engineer
Sendan International Company, Saudi Arabia
8.9LPA

My four years at The Kavery Engineering College have been excellent and a memory to cherish for lifetime. College has always believed in helping and guiding its students and it was no different during the placement season. Our placement administration officers also guided and encouraged us at each step thereby helping me secure my placement at such a reputed company’s. The exposure makes you a better man to face the challenges of the corporate world.




KALEESWARAMENAN L
(2010-2014)
Senior Design Engineer
HCL Technologies Ltd, Chennai
6 LPA

Mechanical department management is really good to provide quality education to the students. I learnt a lot from every staff in Mechanical department. They have given me freedom to choose my projects and supported at every part. They are providing job opportunities from Starting of final years. College conducts events as well to enhance the professional management skills of the students. I think this is the key for success.




MURALITHARAN P
(2010-2014)
Product Support Engineer
GMMCO Limited (Caterpillar India)
Chennai
4.5 LPA

My four years at The Kavery Engineering College comes and goes like a wind what is left behind is a bunch of memories which am cherish for the rest of my life. The Kavery Engineering College has always believed in helping and guiding its students and it was no different during the placement season. Regular classes held at our college to help us with our aptitude and technical skills were of great help.

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Gallery 2020-2021

Recent Innovations and Technological Developments in Mechanical Engineering for Future World

Mech104
Mech105
Mech106
Mech107
Mech108
Mech109

Gallery 2019-2020

Recent Innovations and Technological Developments in Mechanical Engineering for Future World

Mech87
Mech88
Mech89
Mech90
Mech91

Jet Blaze'20

Mech100
Mech101
Mech102
Mech103
Mech98
Mech99

52nd Engineers Day Celebrations

Mech81
Mech82
Mech83
Mech84
Mech85
Mech86

3D Printer with 3D Scanner technology

Mech92
Mech93
Mech94
Mech95
Mech96
Mech97

Gallery 2018-2019

Green Materials and Environmental Engineering

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Mech80

Gallery 2017-2018

Jet Blaze'18

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Mech63
Mech64
Mech65
Mech67
Mech68

3D Print with 3D Scan Technology

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Mech71
Mech72
Mech73
Mech74

Gallery 2016-2017

IC Engine assembling and dismantling

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Mech58
Mech59
Mech60
Mech61
Mech62

Gallery 2015-2016

Alumni Mentor Program and Pathways Beyond the Professionate

Mech51
Mech52
Mech53

Opportunity for Mechanical Engineers

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Mech55
Mech56

Gallery 2014-2015

Current Capacity and Enrolment in Career

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Mech43
Mech44

Focus The Future

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Mech37
Mech38
Mech39
Mech40
Mech41

Ractical Approach to Product Design

Mech45
Mech46
Mech47
Mech48
Mech49
Mech50

உன்னை அறிந்து உலகை வெல் & சக்தி கொடு

Mech110
Mech111
Mech112

Gallery 2013-2014

Sustainable Design and Manufacturing - JET BLAZE-13

Mech25
Mech26
Mech27
Mech28
Mech29

Emerging and future trends in advanced manufacturing system

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Mech31
Mech32
Mech33
Mech34
Mech35

Gallery 2012-2013

Inauguration of Ripples Association

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Mech20
Mech21
Mech22
Mech23
Mech24

Gallery 2011-2012

Green Manufacturing towards Sustainable Development GMFSD-2012

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Mech17
Mech18

Gallery 2010-2011

AICTE Sponsored Advances in Emerging Techniques in Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

Mech10
Mech11
Mech12
Mech13
Mech14
Mech15

Gallery 2009-2010

AICTE Sponsored Advances in Emerging Techniques in Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

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Mech8
Mech9

AICTE Sponsored Advances in Manufacturing & Micro Machining Processes

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Mech2
Mech3
Mech4
Mech5
Mech6