Department of Mechanical Engineering

About Department

            Mechanical Engineering is one of the core fields of Engineering covering Thermal, Design, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Maintenance and Management streams. M.I.E.T. offers UG and PG education for creative thinking, product or system designing, ability to overcome constraints and provides effective teamwork with professional ethics. These valuable skills could launch a career in automobile, aerospace, banking, finance, consulting, management, and so on.Our Mechanical department has appropriate infrastructure to offer quality education and training through state of art technology with well equipped laboratory facilities and also has dedicated, qualified and experienced faculty members in different specialization. Research and Development Centre is the iconic feature of our Mechanical Department.

Every student is given a comprehensive insight into the various concepts that are related to Mechanical Engineering. In manufacturing technology, students are learned about the various types of machines tools and their working principles. In Mechatronics, the students learn about PLC, microcontroller, PID controller, stepper motor etc. In Thermal engineering, performance of air compressor, conduction, convection and radiation experimental system, the students gather knowledge about CAD/CAM software packages like Fanuc control system, CNC machines for turning and milling, dynamics and metrology experiments. In Fluid mechanics and machinery, the students are taught the working of different meters like orifice meter, venturimeter, Pitot tube, Francis turbine, Kaplan turbine, centrifugal pump, reciprocating pump etc. In strength of materials, the students learned about the working of Universal testing machine, Izod and charpy test, Brinell hardness testing machine, Rockwell hardness testing machine, heat treatment furnace, etc., In basic workshops, the students learn about the tools and simple working principles of machine tools and safety measures about welding, carpentry, sheet metal and plumbing works.Apart from the theory classes, the students are practically trained on various laboratories during their course tenure. Students are encouraged to participate in the co-curricular activities like paper presentations, attending seminars and workshops etc. Staff meetings have been conducted by the HOD for staff members periodically for discussing and informing the various issues so as to maintain coordination. Class committee meeting has been conducted for the students after the cycle tests and the student’s grievances were rectified. Separate question bank has been prepared for every subject by the faculty members and it was given to all the students in the form of booklet for both odd and even semester for welfare of the students to improve the results.The students of pre final, final year students of UG & PG presenting papers in National level and International level conferences and also participating in various project exhibitions and competitions. On the whole, department supports and guides the students in every successful aspects to build strong knowledge in the technical areas of Mechanical Engineering to face the future with confidence.

Programmes offered:

  • B.E. Mechanical Engineering
  • M.E. Manufacturing Engineering

VISION & MISSION

Vision

  • Establish a globally recognised school of Excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

Mission

  • Impart quality education in Mechanical Engineering through effective teaching – learning techniques.
  • Provide necessary infrastructure and facilities for the student’s personal and professional growth.
  • Expose to specialised Mechanical Engineering domains to harness evolving technologies.
  • Create awareness in ethical practices followed internationally.

PEO

  • To expose to the solutions of real life problems applying the skills of basic science, engineering design, manufacturing, thermal science and management.
  • To educate the students to effectively participate in multidisciplinary projects for the development of our society.
  • To create awareness among the students in the fields of research and development in mechanical engineering and other allied fields.

PSO

  • Ability to apply the concepts of Mechanical Engineering fields to design mechanical systems and processes.
  • Ability to demonstrate professional and entrepreneurial skills to meet the industrial requirements

PROGRAMME OUT COMES (Pos)
PO 1 - Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO 2 - Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO 3 Design/development of solutions: - Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO 4 - Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO 5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 6 - The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO 7 - Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO 8 - Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO 9 - Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO 10 - Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO 11 - Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO 12 - Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
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Dr.D.SARAVANAN

Designation HOD/Professor
Joining Date 06-08-2018
Qualification PhD
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 21
Email id mech.hod@miet.edu
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List of UG Faculty

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Dr.T. KARTHIKEYAN

Designation Professor
Joining Date 20-12-2017
Qualification Ph.D
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 30
Email id drtkarthikeyan@miet.edu
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Dr.C. AHILAN

Designation Professor
Joining Date 28-06-2017
Qualification PhD
Nature of association Regular 
 Experience (in Years) 14
Email id drahilan@miet.edu
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Dr.K.RAMESH

Designation Professor
Joining Date 12-01-2006
Qualification PhD
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 18
Email id ramesh.k@miet.edu
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S.ROSELINE

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 21-11-2011
Qualification M.Tech
Nature of association Regular 
 Experience (in Years) 13
Email id roseline.s@miet.edu
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T.RAMKUMAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 20-10-2010
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
 Experience (in Years) 12
Email id ramkumar.t@miet.edu
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T.PRABAKARAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 01-06-2012
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 13
Email id prabakaran.t@miet.edu
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S.KUMARADEVAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 06-07-2011
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 7
Email id kumaradevan.s@miet.edu
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S.SENTHIL KUMAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 23-06-2014
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 5
Email id senthil kumar.s@miet.edu
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A.PANDIYANATHAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 28-06-2017
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 8.5
Email id kpselvam@miet.edu
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M.VISWAM

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 16-06-2014
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 5
Email id visvam.m @miet.edu
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V.PANDIARAJ

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 11-07-2016
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 4
Email id pandiaraj.v@miet.edu
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V.NAGARAJAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 10.06.2019
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 4
Email id naga.v@miet
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K.LAKSHMANA BABU

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 25.06.2019
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 4
Email id lakshman@miet.edu
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Dr.A.KUMARAVADIVEL

Designation Professor
Joining Date 31.5.2019
Qualification PhD
Nature of association Regular 
 Experience (in Years) 20
Email id kumar.dr@miet.edu
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M.DHANDAYUDHABANI

Designation Associate Professor
Joining Date 16-05-2012
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 14
Email id dhandayuthabani.m@miet.edu
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M.KIRUBAKARAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 26-05-2009
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 8
Email id kirubakaran.m@miet.edu
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L.S.NARENDHIRA

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 14-05-2014
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 8
Email id narendhira.l.s@miet.edu
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K.PANNEER SELVAM

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 28-06-2017
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 8.5
Email id kpselvam@miet.edu
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D.MANIKANDAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 15-06-2015
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 4
Email id manikandan.d@miet.edu
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E.MANIKANDAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 21-09-2016
Qualification M.Tech
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 2.1
Email id manikandan.e@miet.edu
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A.JEYANTHAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 28-06-2017
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 7
Email id jeyanthan.a@miet.edu
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S.THULASIRAM

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 18-09-2013
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 5
Email id thulasiram.s@miet.edu
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S. VINOTH KUMAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 05.08.15
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
 Experience (in Years) 5
Email id vinoth.s@miet.edu
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J.PRINCE JEROME CHRISTOPHER

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 15.06.2019
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
 Experience (in Years) 5
Email id prince.j@miet.edu
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K.ARUNKUMAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 19.06.2019
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular 
Experience (in Years) 5
Email id arunk.mech@miet.edu

List of PG Faculty

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Dr.M.Y.ABDUL JALEEL

Designation : PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  14  Industries: 4
E-Mail ID :
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Dr. S.THIYAGARAJAN

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 11-07-2016
Qualification Ph.D
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 5
Email id thiyagu.dr@miet.edu
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G.SAKTHIVEL

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 25-06-2018
Qualification ME
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 4
Email id sakthi.g@miet.edu

Curriculum Details

Career Development Program

Objectives 

  • To make aware of Core competency – Industry standards
  • To analyze the skill-gap and motivate to fill the gap with personal and professional skills
  • To get awareness and preparation for defense jobs and Technical jobs
  • To kindle positive working attitude to work as a team and creation of Win-Win Situation

Course contents

  • Ice Breaker – Self Evaluation
  • Industrial Expectations & Communication Skills
  • Skill – Gap Analysis & Self Motivation
  • Government Job Awareness – Improve Confidence
  • Vedic Mathematics For Competitive Examinations
  • Technical & Defense Job – Exam Preparation
  • Positive Attitude & Team Building
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview

Course duration

Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course outcomes

  • Student will be able to articulate their career options and goals.
  • Student will be able to identify resources or programs to help them at their stage of career development.
  • Student will be able to concrete next steps in their career development and planning.
  • Student will be able to gain tools and advice to more confidently and professionally present themselves to potential employers via their resumes and online profiles.

Course Instructors

Mr.P.Sundaram,  AP/Mech
Mr.M.Visvam, AP//Mech
Mr.M.Kirubakaran, AP/Mech
Mr.L.S.Narendhira, AP//Mech
Students
Final Year  VII Semester –  60 students

Renewable sources of energy

Objectives

  • To create awareness of renewable energy sources.
  • To identify the new methodologies / technologies for effective utilization of renewable energy sources

Course contents

  • Environmental Aspects of Energy Utilization
  • Economics of renewable energy systems
  • Reserves of Energy Resources
  • Solar Energy
  • Fundamentals of Solar Photo Voltaic Conversion
  • Wind energy
  • Types of Wind Energy Systems
  • Biomass energy
  • Biomass gasifiers
  • Ethanol production
  • Cogeneration
  • Tidal energy
  • Wave Energy
  • Hydro-Geothermal Energy

Course duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • The students can able to identify the new methodologies / technologies for effective utilization of renewable energy sources.

Course Instructors
Mr. M.Dhandayuthabani, Asso. Prof/Mech
Mr.T.Prabakaran AP/Mech
Mr.S. Thulasiram, AP//Mech

Archive

Machine drawing and Steel structural Detailing by using AutoCAD software

Course duration

Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Objectives

  • To familiarize the students in machine drawing and Steel structures detailing using AutoCAD software

Course contents

  • Introduction to Auto CAD
  • Classification of Drawings & BOM
  • Commands used in AutoCAD
  • Inclined Bracket Tool library
  • Tool Post
  • Jigs and Fixture
  • Steel Structural Detailing
  • Beam Connections

Course outcomes

Machine Drawing

  • Making use of appropriate laboratory tools and design innovative methods.
  • Can develop new innovative methods for measuring product characteristics.
  • Provide skills to adopt modern methods in mechanical engineering as continuous improvement

Structure

  • Have a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of detailing fundamentals
  • Be confident working with detailing drawings and processes documents
  • Know the fundamentals around detailing columns, beams, connections and trusses
  • Have the theoretical knowledge of a detailer with years of experience

Course Instructors

Mr.S.Thulasiram. AP/Mech

Mr.K. PanneerSelvam. AP/Mech

Students

 Second Year IV Semester – 30 students

CNC by using Autodesk HSM Pro

Course duration

Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Objectives

  • To study the features of CNC Machine Tool.
  • To expose students to modern control systems (Fanuc, Siemens etc.,)
  • To know the application of various CNC machines like CNC lathe, CNC Vertical Machining center, CNC EDM and CNC wire-cut.

Course contents

  • Introduction to CNC machines
  • Introduction to part programming
  • Introduction to Autodesk HSM PRO GUI
  • CAM setup
  • Tool library
  • Mill tool path
  • Work coordinate system probe
  • CNC lathe

Course outcomes

  • Ability to understand the CNC control in modern manufacturing system.
  • Ability to prepare CNC part programming and perform manufacturing.

Course Instructors

Mr.K.Dhamodaran AP/Mech
Mr.M.Vivekananthan AP/Mech
Mr.D.Manikandan AP/Mech

Students
Third Year VI Semester – 35 students

Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE)

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Objectives

  • To gain experience with and understanding of the types, advantages and applications of various NDT methods.
  • To be able to choose the best NDT method for a given part.
  • To understand the basic principles of various NDT methods, fundamentals, discontinuities in different product forms, importance of NDT, applications, limitations of NDT methods and techniques and codes, standards and specifications related to non-destructive testing technology.
  • To gain the knowledge in the quality control.

Course contents

  • Introduction to various non- destructive methods
  • Dye penetrant testing
  • Magnetic particle testing
  • Eddy current testing
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Radiography
  • Thermography

Course outcomes

  • Student will be able to apply scientific and technical knowledge to the field of nondestructive testing.
  • Student will be able to use the relevant non-destructive testing methods for various engineering practice.
  • Student will be able to recognize and achieve high levels of professionalism in their work.
  • Student will be able to recognition of the need and ability to engage in lifelong learning, thought process and development.

Course Instructors

Mr. L.S.Narendhira, AP/Mech
Mr. S. Dhakshinamoorthy, AP//Mech

Students
Final Year VII Semester – 154 students

Innovative Teaching

The department initiates innovative methods to make the students actively participate in the teaching-learning process through student centric learning activities such as google class room, audio/video lecturers, peer to peer learning, role play, demonstration of  model, Inquiry based learning, collaborative learning etc.,

Google Classroom

The google classroom label describes the teaching structure that has students watching        pre-recorded lessons at home and completing in-class assignments, as opposed to hearing lectures in class and doing homework at home. Teachers who implement the google classroom model often film their own instructional videos, but many also use pre-made videos from online sources.

Peer to Peer Learning

Three or four like-minded students are pooled together to form a group and to help each other in academic activities to excel in University examinations. The members of each group coordinate their efforts by producing quality output of the task given to them. Every member of the group shares his/her knowledge and ideas with other members of the group. It enhances individual’s knowledge and skills and inculcates team work and leadership quality. Peer to Peer review is obtained through which students are actively involved in their own learning and establishing a connection between the learner and the learning object.

Role play

An important key element to understand the concepts. In this activity a group of students are actively involved to demonstrate a particular concept in action. This will help the students to comprehend the topics with ease. The purpose of these activities is to ensure tracking students development, revealing the learning progress, highlighting the best work and involving the students in assessment process. 

Demonstration of models

The real time working models are demonstrated in the class to connect the tangible model with the theoretical concept. This helps the students to easily understand the working principles of electrical engineering components.

Inquiry-based Learning

Encouraging students to ask questions and investigate their own ideas that helps in improving their problem-solving skills

Collaborative learning

 Collaboration allows students to actively participate in the learning process by talking with each other and listening to others opinions. Collaboration establishes a personal connection between students and the topic of study and it helps students think in a less personally biased way. Group projects and discussions are the topics . Teachers may employ collaboration to assess student’s abilities to work as a team, leadership skills, or presentation abilities

  • Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA)

     We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Mechanical Engineering Students (63+59 = 122 students) in our Engineering College Seminar hall on 05.09.2017 in collaboration with Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA).  The Program started with an Introduction of PCRA and its activities followed by a Presentation on Energy Scenario and Challenges by Mr.P.Kothandaraman, DGM (Retd), BHEL and External Faculty PCRA and later dealt with ‘Heat Energy” applications and scope for energy conservation. This was followed by screening of a few short films on Energy, Energy Conservation and Fuel Saving Tips. The Presentation made by Mr.S.Mahadevan, consultant and External Faculty PCRA, covered Energy, Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency, focusing on Electrical Energy with examples and Case Studies.  The Students actively participated in the Interactive Session that followed with interesting and probing questions. This lecture enhanced the student’s energy crisis arena which is related to their academic subject Power plant Engineering. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and energetic.

     

  • Tools and Techniques of TQM – Management perspective

    We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Mechanical Engineering Students (63+59+61+64 = 247 students) as per academic schedule for two days in our Engineering College Auditorium. Dr. C.Thirumal Azhagan, Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies, University College of Engineering, BIT Campus, Anna University, Tiruchirappalli  has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Tools and Techniques of TQM – Management perspective” for final year students organized by Mechanical Engineering department on 26.07.2017 and 27.07.2017.This lecture enhanced the student’s managerial and leadership ability and quality in the industrial arena.  Technical guest lecture topics covered the various aspects and concepts of Total Quality Management tools and techniques which are related to their academic subject Total quality management. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and energetic.

     


     

  • Heat and Mass Transfer

     We have organized a Technical guest lecture as per academic schedule in our Engineering College Auditorium on 26.09.2017 forenoon and afternoon.  Dr. S.Venkatachalapathy, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT, Tiruchirappalli has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Heat and Mass Transfer” for our Third year Mechanical Engineering Students (71+67+69 = 207 students). This lecture enhanced the student’s understanding ability related to thermal engineering arena.  Technical guest lecture topics covered the various aspects and concepts of Conduction, Convection, Radiation and techniques which are related to their academic subject Heat and Mass Transfer. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and useful.

  • Corporate Expectations from a fresher employee and what the employee should do to fit in and excel in an organization

    Training and placement cell have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Mechanical Engineering Students (63+59+61+64 = 247 students) in our Training and placement Seminar hall on 28.08.2017 in collaboration with ISUZU Motors India. The Program started with an Introduction of ISUZU Motors India and its activities followed by a Presentation on “Corporate Expectations from a fresher employee and what the employee should do to fit in and excel in an organization” by Mr. Vinoth, HR Manager, ISUZU Motors India and Mr. Mahesh, HR Manager, ISUZU Motors, India.  During the interaction the spokesperson had elucidated the corporate expectations and needs. It was an eye opener for the students to access and identify common avenues of interaction with industry.The Students actively participated in the Interactive Session that followed with interesting and probing questions. Some of the key points discussed during the interaction were Human needs, fresher’s need, Organization’s Need from a fresher and the tips to excel and fit in the organization. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and energetic.

  • Introduction to Fluid Machinery

    We have organized a Technical guest lecture as per academic schedule in our Engineering College Auditorium on 27.09.2017 forenoon and afternoon. Dr. T.Suthakar, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT, Tiruchirappalli has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Introduction to Fluid Machinery” for our Second year Mechanical Engineering Students (71+67+69 = 187 students).This lecture enhanced the student’s understanding ability related to Fluid Mechanics arena.  Technical guest lecture topics covered the various fundamental postulates of Fluid machineries (Turbo machines) which are related to their academic subject Fluid mechanics. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and useful.

     

Engineering Practices Laboratory

Power Tools:(a) Planer 2 Nos, (b) Hand Drilling Machine 2 Nos, (c) Jigsaw 2Nos, Arc welding transformer with cables and holders 5 Nos., Centre lathe 2 Nos, Study-purpose items: centrifugal pump, air-conditioner.

Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

Centre Lathe Light duty, Universal milling machine, Vertical Milling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine, Shaper, Turret and Capstan Lathes, Cylindrical Grinding Machine, Radial Drilling Machine, Centerless grinding machine, Universal Gear hobbing machine, Tool and cutter grinder.

Dynamics Laboratory

Motorized gyroscope, Governor apparatus – Watt, Porter.

Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

Floating Carriage Micrometer, Tool Makers Microscope, Mechanical / Electrical / Pneumatic Comparator, Surface finish measuring equipment.

Mechatronics Laboratory

Basic Pneumatic Trainer Kit with manual and electrical controls/ PLC Control, Basic Hydraulic Trainer Kit, Hydraulics and Pneumatics Systems Simulation Software, 8051 – Microcontroller kit with stepper motor and drive circuit sets.

CAD/CAM Laboratory

Computer server, Lenovo Core I3 systems, Acer Pentium Dual Core System, Auto cad 2016 (CAD Software), Auto Desk inventor (CAD Software), A3 size plotter, Laser Printer, MTAB XLturn CNC Lathe, MTAB XLturn CNC Mill 1 No, Nastron(CAM software), Autodesk HSM Pro -125 Nos

Thermal Engineering Laboratory 
C Engine – 2 stroke and 4 stroke model 1 set, 4-stroke Diesel Engine with mechanical loading. 1 No ,4-stroke Diesel Engine with electrical loading. 1 No. Multi-cylinder Petrol Engine 1 No.,Single cylinder Petrol Engine 1 No. Steam Boiler with turbine setup 1 No.Single stage reciprocating air compressor 1 No.,HC Refrigeration System 1 No.

Name of the Student

Year

Organized by (Institutions/Industry)

Date

Prizes won
C.AMBICAPATHI
IV

M.A.R ENGINEERING COLLEGE
08.03.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION– II
C.AMBICAPATHI
IV

M.A.R ENGINEERING COLLEGE
08.03.2019
CAD MODELING – I
A.Jakir Hussain
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
SUDOKU - I PRIZE
S.Abdul Ajees
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
TECHNICAL QUIZ - I PRIZE
S.Abdul Ajees
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
MODEL MAKING - II PRIZE
A.Jakir Hussain
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
RAPID FIRE - II PRIZE
A.Jakir Hussain
II

ANNA UNIVERSITY
18.01.2019
CHESS - III PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
18.01.2019
CODE CRACKING - II PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
18.01.2019
MODEL MAKING - II PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

VELAMMAL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
03.09.2016
QUIZZ BUZZ - II PRIZE

Students Projects

Purpose of Project Work:

Project Work is a learning experience which aims to provide students with the opportunity to synthesise knowledge from various areas of learning, and critically and creatively apply it to real life situations. This process, which enhances students’ knowledge and enables them to acquire skills like collaboration, communication and independent learning, prepares them for lifelong learning and the challenges ahead.

Learning Outcomes

The learning outcomes identify the key areas of learning of the subject. Four learning outcomes are separately articulated: knowledge application, communication, collaboration and independent learning. While students learn to work in groups, they will also learn independently through self-reflection and evaluation of their own work processes. These learning outcomes exist in dynamic interplay rather than as compartmentalized and distinct categories. The following are the learning outcomes for project work:

Domains Learning Outcomes
Knowledge Application Students will acquire the ability to make links across different areas of knowledge and to generate, develop and evaluate ideas and information so as to apply these skills to the project task.
Communication Students will acquire the skills to communicate effectively and to present ideas clearly and coherently to specific audience in both the written and oral forms.
Collaboration Students will acquire collaborative skills through working in a team to achieve common goals.
Independent Learning Students will be able to learn on their own, reflect on their learning and take appropriate actions to improve it.

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NAME REG NO

TITLE

1 812415114007 Ajith Kumar   (19.12.1997). B EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PERFORMANCE ,COMBUSTION AND EMISSION CHARACTEISTICS OF PONGAMI BIO DIESEL ON A CI ENGINE
812415114013 Anees Mohamed. U
812415114014 Anes Rahman. N
812415114028 Diwan Mohamed Hasan. S
2 812415114002 Abdul Jaffar. A.B FABRICATION OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL AGRICULTURE VECHICLE USING ADRUINO UNO BOARD
812415114010 Aloysius Thomas. X
812415114045 Jegan Prabhu. A
812415114046 Joseph Pathiyanathan. T
3 812415114001 Abdul Basith. A EXPERMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF WEAR CHARACTERISTICS OF SILICON NITRIDE -TITANIUM NITRIDE BIO CERAMICS
812415114009 Alfred John
812415114033 Gopal. A
812415114034 Gopinaath. M
4 812415114018 Arun Kumar. M WORKING OF ABRASIVE JET MACHINING USING AIR AS WORKING FLUID
812415114027 Dinesh Kumar. S
812415114031 Ferose Ahamed. L
812415114037 Gunasekar. M
5 812415114703 Asik Deen. S EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF CUTTING PARAMETER OF EN-24 STEEL BY USING MULTI OPERTIONAL TOOL HOLDER
812415114319 Gobikrishna. P
812415114320 Gopala Krishnan. S
812415114311 Ariff Kamaldeen. M
6 812415114003 Adheeb. A EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF PHYSICAL AND BIO COMPATIBILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF SILICON NITRIDE-TITANIUM NITRIDE BIO-CERAMICS
812415114029 Eniyan. V
812415114030 Fasil Ahamed. M.S
812415114032 Gokulakrishnan. S
7 812415114307 Aravindh. K EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES IN METALLIC AND NONMETALLIC FOR SPUR GEAR
812415114314 Blessing. I
812415114316 Daniel Jayakumar. A
812415114321 Gowtham. M
8 812415114006 Ajithkumar. R EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF PERFORMANCE COMBUSTION AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTIC OF WASTE CHICKEN FAT BIO-DIESEL ON CI ENGINE
812415114011 Ambicapathi. C
812415114012 Anaest Raj. K
812415114015 Aravindhan. K.R
9 812415114038 Haamith Asraf. T EXPERIMENTAL AND INVESTIGATION ON COIR FIBER AND BAMBOO FIBER REINFORCED HYBRID COMPOSITE MATERIAL
812415114039 Habeeb Mohamed. N
812415114041 Ibrahim. T
812415114047 Kader Meera. J
10 812415114022 Bharathi. B EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PERFORMANCE ,COMBUSTION AND EMISSION CHARACTEISTICS OF WASTE LOADING OIL BIO DIESEL ON A CI ENGINE
812415114024 Devendran. G
812415114026 Dhinesh. S
812415114035 Gouthamaraj. M
11 812415114025 Dhinesh. M PRODUCTION OF BIODEGRADABLE MATERIAL USING TRUNK OF BANANA TREE
812415114306 Anandhan. S
812415114317 Edwin Irudhayaraj. U
812415114702 Anandhasudhan. E
12 812415114017 Arul Pravin. T WEAR CHARACTERISTICS ANALYSIS OF ZIRCONIA TOUGHNED ALUMINA IN BIO MEDICAL IN BIO-MEDICAL APPLICATION
812415114043 Infant Fredrick. L
812415114302 Abivijesh. A.V
812415114309 Arunkumar. K.R
13 812415114021 Akash. A DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF TILLAGE BOX BLADE OF TRACTOR WITH SILICON COATING
812415114305 Arun Prakash. S
812415114008 Balamurugan. P
812415114019 Alwhar Balaji. A
14 812415114312 Aswin. J DESIGN ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF CHAIN SPROCKET(NYLON N66 WITH SIC)
812415114313 Binu Denis. J
812415114315 Cicel Jerom. S
812415114318 Gideon Sathiyanesan. K
15 812415114303 Abdhul Hameed. S Experimental investigation and mechanical analysis of post weld treatment on dissimilar steel
812415114304 Abuthakir Fareed. A
812415114310 Adaikala Andrews. A
812415114301 Ashik Khan. A
16 812415114036 Gowthaman. C EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS AND ENHANHEMENT OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AL 6082AND TIO2
812415114048 Harish. A
812415114308 Kalaiselvan. M
812415114040 Aravinthan. K
17 812415114004 Ahamed Rilah. S HEAT TREATMENT ANALYSIS OF 2WHEELER SILENCER
812415114016 Arivunithi. M
812415114020 Aswin. N
18 812415114088 Muthukumar. S Experimental Investigation of cold storage system by using phase change
812415114097 Pappu Raja. K
812415114332 Manikandan. V
812415114337 Mohamed Ibrahim. K
19 812415114082 Mohammed Rahil. S Design and fabrication of hydro and powered light source illumination
812415114055 Kaviyarasan. E
812415114090 Nabeel Ahamed. M
812415114077 Mohamed Niyas. M
20 812415114054 Karuppu Durai. K.A Design and analysis of sesame reping maching
812415114060 Manikandan. N
812415114061 Manikandan. R
812415114063 Maruthupandiyar. A
21 812415114070 Mohamed Hanifa. K Analysis of newly fabricated polymer matrix composite reinforced by fine sand
812415114051 Karpoorasundarapandi. M
812415114093 Nanthakumar. V
812415114101 Prabakaran. J
22 812415114053 Karunakaran. R Experimental Investigation of sugarcane bagasse-coir as natural fibre composite
812415114050 Kapil. R
812415114079 Mohamed Sherif. N.S
812415114073 Mohamed  Irfan. M
23 812415114343 Nandha Kumar. B Design and analysis of shock absorber test rig
812415114329 Lenin. A
812415114052 Karthick. M
812415114100 Pavithran. V
24 812415114064 Mathiselvan. T Design and evaluation of biomass gasifier for thermal and power application
812415114096 Nikhil Karan.M. M
812415114081 Mohammed Ibrahim Ali. J
812415114058 Mahendra Boopathy. S
25 812415114322 Gunaseelan. J Performance and analysis of muffler in series exhaust circuit system
812415114327 John Venis. J
812415114331 Mageshwaran. R
26 812415114067 Mohamed Ashar Maricar. S Design and optimization of disc break by using FEA
812415114078 Mohamed Shaik Dawood. A.M.N
812415114066 Mohamed Ajmal. J
812415114072 Mohamed Ibrahim Fazil. H
27 812415114074 Mohamed Ismail. S Analysis of punching machine load
812415114084 Mubarak Ali. N
812415114076 Mohamed Muzzamil. A
812415114089 Muthumohamedniyas. H
28 812415114344 Naveen Vignesh. V Portable speed pipe cutting machine by using hydraulic power
812415114341 Mohammed Yashar. M
812415114333 Manimaran.N. N
812415114326 Jaya Prakash. P
29 812415114068 Mohamed Asif. N Smart route potential generation by using insolent plate system combined with cosmic panel
812415114059 Maheswaran. K
812415114075 Mohamedmohideen. A
812415114330 Logasarathi. M
30 812415114328 Joshva Amrish. A Manually operated bending machine
812415114335 Mohamed Abdullah. K
812415114338 Mohamed Sabeer. S
812415114339 Mohamed Ujaier. N
31 812415114324 Iyappan. S Comparision on mechanical properties on Al7175-BiC and Al 7075-Al2O3
812415114325 Jahir Ushain. B
812415114336 Mohamed Farook. M
812415114102 Pappu Raja. K
32 812415114094 Nasik Ahamed. M Research and analysis of Bio-Plastic product
812415114086 Mushtaq Ahamed. J
812415114085 Muhammed Ismail. S
812415114071 Mohamed Ibrahim. S
33 812415114062 Manivannan. K Experimental investigation of matrial removal process in EDM with different dielectric fluid
812415114083 Mouleeshwaran. B
812415114098 Parthasarathi. S
812415114099 Parthasarathy. M
34 812415114323 Gunaseelan. Y Analysis of cutting parameter by multi operational tool holder
812415114334 Manuram. R
812415114340 Mohamed Zainal Zameer. M
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1 E1142018 812414114018 Arul Britto M Electro magnet piston and cylinder arrangement
E1142019 812414114019 Arulmani A
E1142031 812414114031 Balaji G
E1142039 812414114039 Elavarasan S
2 E1142001 812414114001 Abbas M Fuzzy logic analysis for multi response optimization of control parameters in CNC turning of aluminium 6061 alloy
E1142017 812414114017 Arshath Ahamed N
E1142022 812414114023 Arunkumar M
E1142023 812414114022 Arunkumar B
3 E1142006 812414114006 Abubakkar Siddiq S Design of energy flow in single basin single slope solar still
E1142007 812414114007 Adhil Mohamed S
E1142014 812414114014 Anwar Sathath S
E1142026 812414114026 Asraf Ali S
4 E1142009 812414114009 Ajith Kumar R Water purification System
E1142024 812414114024 Ashok M
E1142029 812414114029 Bala Chandar M
5 E1142003 812414114003 Abdul Rahman  S Generator runs that on water and NAOH solution
E1142008 812414114008 Afzal Ahamed M
E1142011 812414114012 Ameer John J
E1142012 812414114011 Ameerdeen A
6 E1142010 812414114010 Allwinbritto H External project of BHEL
E1142020 812414114020 Arulmurugan G
E1142028 812414114028 Aziz Ar Rahman A
E1142036 812414114036 Bharathi B
7 E1142016 812414114016 Arokkiaantony M Automatic Pneumatic cutter
E1142025 812414114025 Asif Ali S
E1142027 812414114027 Azarudeen A
E1142032 812414114032 Balakumar R
8 E1142004 812414114004 Abinesh E Nesting of irrugular sheetmetal parts using simulated annealimg algorithm(SAA)
E1142013 812414114013 Anandan M
E1142030 812414114030 Balaguru K
9 E1142005 812414114005 Abirama Kiruthiga G Brick machine by VIPRO technique
E2152240 812414114325 Michael Sebastin I
E2152265 812414114350 Sindhuja V
10 E2152224 812414114309 Ashik Firtoz N Production and analysis of rechargable garden trash remover
E2152225 812414114310 Asiq Mohammed I
E2152239 812414114324 Manikandan S
E2152261 812414114346 Santhoshkumar S
11 E1142002 812414114002 Abdul Mubarak S Fabrication of sewage water dirt cleaner
E1142021 812414114021 Arumuga Nivas R
E2152221 812414114306 Anif Jaffrin A
E2152222 812414114307 Antoni Riseph V
12 E1142040 812414114040 Faizal Khan M Construction of a pedal poweredcutting machine
E1142046 812414114046 Gowthaman M
E1142050 812414114050 Haja Mydeen J
E1142051 812414114051 Hariharan C
13 E1142033 812414114033 Balamani P Reverse gear mechanism in two wheeler for physically challenged people
E1142035 812414114035 Beer Mohamed S
E1142037 812414114037 Ehasannulla K
E1142042 812414114043 Ganesh Pandiyan K
14 E1142034 812414114034 Basheer Ahamed S Hydraulic up and down Escalator
E1142045 812414114045 Govindaraj R
E2152232 812414114317 Thoufiq Hussian J
E2152237 812414114322 Manikandan A
15 E1142038 812414114038 Elanchezhiyan N Transient vibration analysis on quarter car suspension system
E1142041 812414114041 Firose Ahamed M
E2152226 812414114311 Ayal Raj L
16 E1142048 812414114048 Habeebur Rahman M.H Energy converter
E1142049 812414114049 Haja Mohideen Javid S
E1142052 812414114052 Hashir M
E2152244 812414114329 Mohamed Rilvan S
17 E1142043 812414114042 Ganesh Kumar S Design and Analysis of magnetic flux of reverse gear
E1142044 812414114044 Gopinath R
E1142047 812414114047 Gunavasan S
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1 812413114311 Jeya Prakash V Evaluation of cryogenic in environment mechanical properties for the dissimilar welding of metal
812413114041 Ashik Mubin B
812413114302 Amanullah H
812413114039 Ashik Ahamed J
2 812413114045 Azharudeen J Water purification by using solar power
812413114022 Antony Stephen Manoj P
812413114026 Aravinth K
812413114009 Abuthagir Hussain S
3 812413114006 Abdul Rahman B Optimization of stir casted materials on AL with silicon oxide, zirconium oxide and aluminium oxide
812413114008 Abdul Wahab S
812413114010 Ahamed Ilyas L
812413114011 Ahamed Raashith A
4 812413114027 Aravinth M Experimental investigation of single point cutting tool using cryogenic technique
812413114034 Arun Kumar A
812413114038 Asfar Ahamed A
812413114310 Imran Khan J
5 812413114015 Akhil  Kumar Analysis and characterisation of aluminium reinforced hybrid composites
812413114002 Abdul Azeez A
812413114024 Aravindh Kumar R
812413114031 Arul Prakash A
6 812413114054 Dhinesh K Effect of SIC and GRAPHITE in aluminium metal matrix on work ability behaviour of powder metallurgy hybrid composite
812413114048 Bhuvaneshwaran K
812413114004 Abdul Latheef A
812413114007 Abdul Rahuman P.S
7 812413114003 Abdul Hameed M Design of painting robot system to walls of buildings
812413114036 Arunprasath R
812413114052 Desiyan P
812413114057 Divakaran R
8 812413114032 Arun A Waterless and odourless toilet
812413114044 Aspin Raj P
812413114046 Balasubramanian P
812413114050 Cijo M
9 812413114028 Aravinth N Vehicle using trio energy sources
812413114020 Alwin Arockia Raj S
812413114013 Ajith Kumar D
812413114062 Giridharan A
10 812413114051 Davis Prem C Portable air conditioner
11 812413114018 Alex A Vehicle using trio energy sources
812413114033 Arun Jawahar A
812413114037 Arun Vaideesh A
812413114023 Aravindan M
12 812413114014 Ajith Kumar S Plastic reinforced polymer composite using epoxy as the matrix
812413114021 Anandaraj S
812413114042 Ashik Rahman S
812413114316 Mohamed Riyas M
13 812413114055 Dinesh V.S Bio degradable composite from organic wastes
812413114056 Dinesh Kumar R
812413114058 Edison C
812413114059 Eswara Kumar C
14 812413114025 Aravindkumar A Self actuating portable dustbin
812413114301 Abdul Mubeen A
812413114308 Hafeezur Rahuman Raheem A.S
812413114322 Saravanan V
15 812413114012 Ajithkumar K Technical analysis of AL-CU-SIC
812413114016 Akilan T
812413114019 Alexpandian K
812413114029 Arockia Aknal S
16 812413114035 Arun Kumar M Experimental investigation of carbide and tungsten tool in the material of EN8 &EN19
812413114047 Bharath K
812413114049 Chandramouli B
17 812413114012 Abdul Ajeesh K optimization of process parameter in En 32 tool steel while lathe machining process.
812413114016 Abdul Malik T
812413114019 Albasith K
812413114502 Ajmal Abdul Rahuman S
18 812412114501 Sams Nagoor Gani M Analysis and investigation of reduction of defects in clutch Maunfacturing
812413114043 Aslam K
812413114053 Deva B
19 812413114060 Faizal Experimental investigation of improve heat transfer using PCM with nano particles in thermal equipmments
812413114061 Farhath manas
20 812413114064 Gobirajan R Optimization and analysis of laser cutting in aluminium composite by RSM method
812413114102 Manoj N
812413114103 Manojkumar R
812413114098 Manikandan P
21 812413114063 Gopinath P Experimental Investigation on a piston coating by using Black Oxide
812413114065 Gowrisankar M
812413114084 Kannan S
812413114095 Mani D
22 812413114067 Hariselvavignesh V Thermal conductivity test on nano silver coated aluminium fins
812413114077 Jerald clindon A
812413114085 Karthik K
812413114086 Karthikeyan M
23 812413114066 Haribaskaran M Investigation of flatness and surface roughness for AISI4340 material using face milling operation
812413114092 Mahendran MM
812413114093 Maheshwaran M
812413114080 John sundar D
24 812413114074 Jainul Abideen M Parametric optimization of plasma arc machining
812413114082 Kalyana kumar V
812413114113 Mohamed faizul Azhar J
812413114068 Harish Mohamed H
25 812413114073 Jaffer Sherif S Parametric optimization  of abrasive water jet machining
812413114089 Lakshmi Narayanan G
812413114101 Manimaran K
812413114100 Manikrishnan M
26 812413114083 Kamil Mohamed R An innovation of developing an Electrical energy from existing water velocity by using an agriculture  pump.
812413114096 Manikandan G
812413114097 Manikandan K
812413114099 Manikandan S
27 812413114088 Krishna Ramkumar G Performance and Emission Analysis on DICI engine using Diesel and Calophyllum inophyllum Methyl Ester blends 
812413114069 Health Royal Hermonson R
812413114072 Jafer Sadick J
812413114087 Khalelul Rahman M
28 812413114104 Manoj Kumar T Effect of TiC and TiN Magnesium matrix on workablility behaviour of powder metallurgy hybrid composite
812413114116 Mohamed Ilyas S
812413114306 Deepak N
812413114325 Sudharsan Pragalathan N
29 812413114107 Mohaideen Imthiyas N CFD Simulation of  Enhancing heat transfer rate on double pipe heat exchangers using Augumentation method
812413114108 Mohamadh  Zameer Basha S
812413114122 Mohamed Mufid M
812413114309 Imran Basha G
30 812413114114 Mohamed Hasib R Optimization of milling process parameter of stir casted Aluminium metal matrix composite by RSM.
812413114117 Mohamed Ismail M
812413114124 Mohamed Nihamathullah A.N
812413114112 Mohamed Faheem Riluwan P.A
31 812413114115 Mohamed Ibrahim T Experimental Investigation of pulsed Nd-YAG laser welding on austenite steel SS 202
812413114120 Mohamed Jiyath A
812413114076 Jamil Ahamed M
812413114110 Mohamed Ajiththeen M
32 812413114304 Britto Raj J Optimization of tungsten inert gas welding on duplex stainless steel
812413114090 Madhavan S
812413114094 Malaiyarasan M
812413114328 Vinoth Kumar C
33 812413114305 Chandramouly S Microwave  Sintering of Hybrid Ceramics
812413114307 Edwin Santhosh A
812413114313 Maheswar J
812413114314 Mathan M
34 812413114070 Hendry Johnson A Experimental Investigation on various coated piston rings to improve the wear resistance
812413114121 Mohamed Khaja Suhail M
812413114105 Mansoor Thabith M
812413114106 Marshal Kirubakaran M
35 812413114078 Jibiril khan J welding of alloy steel to evaluate the mechanical properties by using two various filler rods
812413114079 Jhon santhosh M
812413114109 Mohamed abdullah B
812413114123 MohamedNadeem N
36 812413114135 Mohammed Asharudeen J Experimental Investigation on performance and emission characteristics of Waste Cooking oil Bio-diesel on a CI Engine
812413114129 Mohamed Safi Javith J
812413114127 Mohamed Riyaz S
812413114149 Najeem Fazil N
37 812413114142 Murugan S Production of multi-span seed planter for various crops using Rotating disc
812413114141 Mohan Prasath R
812413114144 Muthukkumar N
812413114146 Muthukumar M
38 812413114126 Mohamed Riyas K Experimental Analysis and Machining Characterisation of Al6063 Metal Matrix with Alumina Oxide Al2O3
812413114128 Mohamed Rizwan A.A
812413114134 Mohamed Thasleem M
812413114138 Mohammed Samsudeen M
39 812413114132 Mohamed Thalha A Shape optimization of primary air duct in thermal power plant using CFD
812413114131 Mohamed Sheik Mohideen M
812413114139 Mohan  (27.08.95) V
812413114162 Prasannaraj S
40 812413114130 Mohamed Shafeel K Experimental Investigation on performance and emission characteristics of Pongamia Bio-diesel on a CI Engine
812413114133 Mohamed Tharik A
812413114180 Safiqur Rahman A
812413114181 Safiullah Sheriff S.A
41 812413114161 Pragatheeswaran S Fabrication and Evaluation of bush cutter by ANSYS
812413114169 Raja Viknesh R.G
812413114168 Rajaram M
812413114140 Mohan (24.09.95) V
42 812413114125 Mohamed Rawther M Reduction of defects using Taguchi method in sand Casting industry
812413114160 Pradeep S
812413114158 Prabakaran V
812413114184 Saravanan  (07.06.96) R
43 812413114143 Mushahudeen A Study on the biocompatibility and mechanical characteristics of conventional sintered silicon nitride and zirconia bioceramics
812413114145 Muthukumar K
812413114179 Rishwan Ahamed T
812413114182 Salman Barees A
44 812413114148 Muthuraj K Natural Fiber reinforced leaf composite for false roofing applications
812413114150 Nalin Marshal A
812413114171 Rajesh Kannan S
812413114321 Raja R
45 812413114164 Praveen Ram S Fabrication and Analysis of brake pad using Palmyra Seed Reinforced Polymer matrix composite
812413114159 Pradeep P
812413114183 Sangeethkumar K
812413114312 Krishnakumar R
46 812413114173 Rajeshwaran R Performance and emission analysis on DICI engine using Diesel and Mahua Methyl-Ester Blends
812413114178 Rangeesh R
812413114156 Parthipan P
812413114315 Mohamed Nazeem B
47 812413114137 Mohammed Rafeek M.S Design and Working model of Tri-side Tipper Mechanism on Construction Vehicle
812413114147 Muthukumar P
812413114177 Ramprakash R
812413114185 Saravanan  (05.11.96) R
48 812413114152 Naveen Prashadh S Production of manually operated weed cutter with increased efficiency & cost effectiveness
812413114155 Nishanthan G
812413114165 Raja Durai T
812413114176 Ramkumar R
49 812413114167 Rajarajan G Effect of mechanical and corrosion properties on Nickel, Silicon, reinforced Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites (MMC)
812413114174 Rajkumar R
812413114175 Ramesh A
812413114170 Rajesh S
50 812413114317 Mohamed Tharik N.M Safety Vehicle for People with Fore limb disability
812413114318 Navaneethan T
812413114319 Pradeep J
812413114320 Premnath S
51 812413114166 Rajamurugavel C Production of Seed sprayer machine
812413114186 Sathees Kanth Jadeja S
52 812413114151 Naveen K Experimental Investigation on performance and emission characteristics of waste chicken fat oil Bio-diesel on a CI Engine
812413114154 Nazeer Ahamed A
812413114157 Pasupathi R
812413114163 Praveen C
53 812413114172 Rajesh Kumar P Innovative and Rapid Valve lash setting procedure for multiseries Diesel Engines
54 812413114199 Siju R Optimization of Turning parameters in AA7075
812413114224 Thamizhselvan A
812413114237 Vignesh (01.04.96) M
812413114239 Vignesh T
55 812413114191 Selvapraveen U Design Analysis of Mask Helmet for Pace Bowlers
812413114202 Sivakarthickguru R
812413114227 Umar Mujammil A.M
812413114233 Vickyprasath M
56 812413114188 Sathish Kumar A Experimental investigation of resistance spot welding between SS202 stainless steel and Mild Carbon steel alloys
812413114200 Silambarasan V
812413114323 Shanmuga Prasanth N
812413114324 Srirengen N
57 812413114203 Sivaprasath B Grinding machine attachment on lathe for suspension spring
812413114217 Surendhiran R
812413114218 Syead Idhrees T
812413114242 Vijay P
58 812413114205 Sooryadeva K Welding characterization of dissimilar joints of EN24 alloy steel with ss410 Stainless steel through flux cored arc welding
812413114221 Syed Ali Yasar Arafath S
812413114219 Syed Abdul Kadar S
812413114230 Vasantha Kumar K
59 812413114192 Sengkathirvanan M Experimental investigation process parameter optimization of WEDM process of d3 steel
812413114215 Sukumar S
812413114246 Yoganathan S
60 812413114189 Sathish Kumar D Study and Analysis the Effect of Welding on SS304 by Varying Joint Edge Preparation
812413114204 Sivaraman P
812413114247 Zameer Basha A
812413114327 Vetriselvan M
61 812413114187 Sathish R Conventional sintering of hybrid ceramics
812413114206 Soundarapandiyan K
812413114207 Stalin M
812413114213 Sugan T
62 812413114197 Sheik Fareeth A Comparison and evaluation of SMAW and TIG welding using Gray cast iron
812413114220 Syed Abuthahir S
812413114222 Tariq Ahamed M
812413114223 Thameemul Bahurdeen A.H
63 812413114212 Sudhakar S Thermal Conductivity Analysis of Composite Material
812413114226 Thirumeninathan C
812413114231 Velmurugan R
812413114232 Venkateshan K
64 812413114225 Thanavel S CFD analysis of aero dynamic on indian hatchback cars
812413114234 Vignesh E
812413114235 Vignesh G
812413114238 Vignesh S
65 812413114228 Vasanthakumar R Fabrication of Automatic Multi Point Grease gun
812413114230 Vasantharaj C
812413114241 Vignesh  (09.04.96) V
812413114245 Yasararafath S
66 812413114208 Subhash J Power generation from leaf spring
812413114214 Sujith Kumar V
812413114216 Sulthan Bathusha M.A
812413114240 Vignesh  (19.03.96) V
67 812413114198 Shiva Naresh R Particulate Pollution Control Device
812413114201 Simon S
812413114210 Sudhakar K
812413114236 Vignesh  (28.09.95) M
68 812413114190 Selvakumar M Experimental investigation and optimization of machining parameters for EDM using graphite electrode on HDS11 Tool steel
812413114193 Shahul Fasith Gani T
812413114195 Shaik Fazil Maricar K
812413114196 Shameem Ahmed A.S
69 812413114303 Ansari Ahamed M Modification of Rice Starch Water seperators for Household Application
812413114243 Vinoth M
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1 E1122022 812412114022 BALAJI A MACHINE IMPROVEMENT PROCESS THROUGH KAIZEN ACTIVITY AT RANE BRAKE LINING TRICHY
E1122023 812412114023 BALAMURALI K
E1122032 812412114032 DINESH KUMARAN R
E1122043 812412114043 GOWTHAM P
2 E2132208 812412114324 MOHAMED THARIK AZEEZ A DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF AIR CIRCULATORY SYSTEM FOR LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
E2132209 812412114321 MOHAMED RAFEEK K
E2132211 812412114326 NOOR MOHAMED J
E2132223 812412114338 SYED MOHIDEEN P.A
3 E1122034 812412114034 ESWARAN K DESIGN, MODIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER
E1122036 812412114036 FAISHAL RAHUMAN S
E1122041 812412114041 GOPALAKANNAN R
E1122046 812412114046 HARIBALAN K
4 E1122009 812412114009 AHAMED MUBEEN I EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF SUITABLE WELD  PARAMETERS FOR GAS METAL ARC WELDING PROCESS AT GB INDUSTRIES, TRICHY
E1122016 812412114016 ARUN K.T
E1122018 812412114018 ASIF RAHMAN S
E1122029 812412114029 DHARIK HASAN A
5 E1122010 812412114010 ALMAHASHIF M.F DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM BY USING MAGNETIC COUPLING AND ANALYSIS BY ANSYS
E2132186 812412114301 ABDUL RASOOL A
E2132198 812412114313 MANIKANDAN P
E2132200 812412114315 MOHAIDEEN RIBASH S
6 E1122021 812412114021 BABA MAHABOOB R.K DISIMILAR JOINTS BETWEEN LOW ALLOY STELL AND HIGH ALLOY STEEL WITH LOW GRADE FILLER WIRE
E1122028 812412114028 DHANASEKARAN N
E1122031 812412114031 DHINESH KUMAR M
E1122047 812412114047 HARIRAMAN N
7 E1122030 812412114030 DHEVENDRAN B OPTIMISATION OF SURFACE GRINDING PROCESS IN ASTM A352 MATERIAL USING RSM MATHODOLOGY
E1122040 812412114040 GOKUL RAJ N
E1122061 812412114060 MANIGANDAN K
E2132188 812412114303 ASHWIN S
8 E1122001 812412114001 AATHITHAN R WORKABILITY ANALYSIS OF MAGNESIUM HYBRID METAL MATRIX COMPOUND WITH TIN AND TIC
E1122012 812412114012 ANNIES TERRANCE ROBIN R
E1122013 812412114013 ARAVINTH P
E1122025 812412114025 CHANDRASEKAR T
9 E1122002 812412114002 ABBAS H HIGHWAY WIND TURBINE
E1122005 812412114005 ABDUL IJAS AHAMED M
E1122007 812412114007 ABDUL RAZAK S
E1122008 812412114008 ABUBAKKAR SITHICK A
10 E1122015 812412114015 ARUN B PROCESS OPTIMISATION AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON THE PERFORMANCEOF DI ENGINE FUELED WITH MAHUA FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER AND ITS BLENDS
E1122019 812412114019 AZARUDHEEN J
E1122050 812412114049 INAMUL HASAN Z
E1122051 812412114050 IRSHAD AHAMED J
11 E1122045 812412114045 HAFIL HASSAN Y EXPERIMETAL ANALYSIS ON MECHANICAL TRIBOLOGY PROPERTIES OF AL-6061 AND AL2O3ZRO2 40F METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE USING STIR CASTING METHOD
E1122053 812412114052 JAMEEL MOHAMED S
E2132189 812412114304 BEERMOHAMED S
E2132218 812412114333 SHEIK MOHAMMED A
12 E1122024 812412114024 BHARATH L EVALUATION OF RADIATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PLASTIC REINFORCED COMPOSITE FOR ROOFING APPLICATION
E1122038 812412114038 FRANKO ROBIN J
E1122054 812412114053 KAILASH RAGHAVENDRA D
E2132204 812412114319 MOHAMED AZARUDEEN T
13 E1122055 812412114054 KARUNAKARAN R EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PERFORMANCE COMBUSTION AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CASTOR OIL BIODIESEL ON C.I.ENGINE
E1122056 812412114055 KAVIYARASAN S
E1122058 812412114057 KIRUBAKARAN J
E1122059 812412114058 KOLANCHINATHAN T
14 E1122027 812412114027 DEWAN MOHIDEEN S OPTIMISATION OF PIPE ROUTING BY CHANGING P91 ALLOY MATERIALS
E1122037 812412114037 FAIZAL RAHMAN S
E1122049 812412114048 HATHAR OLI K
E1122052 812412114051 ISMATH BATCHA Z
15 E1122011 812412114011 ANANDHA BASKARAN S ANALYSIS OF TOOL WEAR WITH ALUMINIUM OXIDE NANO PARTICLES
E1122017 812412114017 ARUN KUMAR S
E1122026 812412114026 DEEPAK B
E1122035 812412114035 EZHILARASAN R
16 E1122014 812412114014 ARIHARASUDHAN S WORKABILITY ANALYSIS OF MAGNESIUM HYBRID METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE WITH TIN AND  WITH BORAN CARBIDE
E1122039 812412114039 GANAPATHI SUBRAMANIAN P
E1122042 812412114042 GOPINATH R
E1122060 812412114059 MANI BHARATHI M
17 E1122006 812412114006 ABDUL RAHMAN S.A EXPERIMENTAL AND INVESTICATION ON PISTON BY USING RED OXIDE
E1122057 812412114056 KHIZAR SULAIMAN S.M.B
E2132201 812412114316 MOHAMED AARIF I
E2132206 812412114322 MOHAMED RAHMADHULLA T
18 E1122100 812412114098 MOHAMMED BAHEEZ AUTOMATIC BRICK CUTTER
E1122104 812412114103 MUSTANSIR HAMZA
E2132199 812412114314 MASKER
E2132203 812412114318 MOHAMED ARIF
19 E1122084 812412114081 K. MOHAMED MAHITH STUDY MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF COMPOSITES MATERIAL
E1122087 812412114085 N. MOHAMED MUSTHAK
E1122091 812412114089 A. MOHAMED RIYAS
20 E1122101 812412114099 A. MOHAMMED RILWAN LINEAR HYDRO IMPULSE ENERGY TO TORQUE CONVERTER DEVICE
E1122102 812412114100 S. MOHAMMED SUHAIL
E1122109 812412114107 M. NATRAJ
E2132215 812412114330 S. RASHEED AHAMED
21 E1122068 812412114066 B. MOHAMED AFSAR KHAN COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SAE GRADE ENGINE OIL VS NONEDIBLE OIL
E1122069 812412114067 A. MOHAMED ALTHAF
E1122073 812412114071 S. MOHAMED FAHATH
E1122096 812412114094 F. MOHAMED THAHA ISMAEIL
22 E1122103 812412114101 S. MOHANRAJ WORKABILITY AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES ANALYSIS ON GRAPHITE AND MG HYBRID METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE
E1122110 812412114108 N. NAVEEN KUMAR
E1122116 812412114113 T. PANDIYAN
E1122122 812412114120 V. RAJADURAI
23 E1122078 812412114076 A. MOHAMED HUSSAIN SKIMMED OIL EXTRACTION MILL USING SOLAR ENERGY
E2132205 812412114320 K. MOHAMED ISMAIL
E2132207 812412114323 A. MOHAMED RIFASUL HUSSAINUDEEN
E2132210 812412114325 M. MOSES EMMANUVEL
24 E1122065 812412114083 M. MOHAMED MEERDEEN EXPRIMENTAL AND INVESTIGATION ON BRAKE DISC PLATE BY USING BLACK OXIDE COATING
E1122070 812412114068 S. MOHAMED ASHIK
E1122077 812412114075 A. MOHAMED HIPULLAH
E1122097 812412114095 H. MOHAMED YASAR KHAN
25 E1122071 812412114069 A. MOHAMED ASHRAF EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AL-ZRO3-AL2O3 METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE
E1122075 812412114073 B. MOHAMED FAIZAL
E1122094 812412114092 M. MOHAMED SAMEER
E1122112 812412114110 N. NIJAMUDDEEN
26 E2132187 812412114302 M. ARUMUGAM ASSESMENT OF SURFACE QUALITY THROUGH CONCURRENT PARAMETRIC OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE DURING END MILLING OPERATION
E2132197 812412114312 K. KAVIYARASU
E2132212 812412114327 D. PALANIYANDI
E2132190 812412114305 T. CHANDRAKUMAR
27 E1122111 812412114109 S. NAVEEN RAJ AIR COMPRESSOR ENGINE
E1122118 812412114115 T. PAVITHRAN
E1122121 812412114119 N. RAGUL KANNAN
E1122123 812412114121 R. FAJA PANDIYAN
28 E1122064 812412114063 S. MOHAIDEEN ABDUL LATHIF FABRICATION AND COMPOSITION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AL-AL2O3+ZRO2(METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE) POWDER USING POWDER METALURGY TECHNIQUE
E1122076 812412114074 S.R. MOHAMED HAMEEM
E1122083 812412114102 S.H. MOHAMED KAMALUTHEEN
E1122113 812412114111 A. NIYAS MOHIDEEN
29 E1122079 812412114077 K.S. MOHAMED IBRAHIM EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND WELDING CHARACTERIZATION ANALYSIS OF DISSIMILAR JOINT OF ALLOY STEEL AND SS430 STAINLESS STEEL
E1122086 812412114084 S.S. MOHAMED MUSTAFA
E1122090 812412114083 M.R. MOHAMED RISWAN
E2132193 812412114308 S. JOSHWA
30 E1122120 812412114118 L. PREM KUMAR MOTORIZED BRICK CUTTER
E1122062 812412114061 A. MANI KANDAN
E1122098 812412114096 M. MOHAMMED ANAS
E1122085 812412114082 N.K. MOHAMED MAKTOOM NABIL
31 E1122063 812412114062 S. MARX DEVELOPMENT OF BIO-DEGRADABLE COMPOSITES USING ORGANIC WASTES
E1122099 812412114097 A. MOHAMMED ARIFF
E1122119 812412114117 T. PRADEEP
32 E1122066 812412114065 R. MOHAMED ADHAM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE SPUR GEAR
E1122067 812412114064 T. MOHAMED ADNAN
E1122074 812412114072 M. MOHAMED FAISAL
E1122089 812412114087 H. MOHAMED RISWAN
33 E1122093 812412114091 M. MOHAMED ROSEKHAN IMPROVEMENT USING MODIFIED QUALITY CONTROL TOOLS
E1122106 812412114104 J. NAGALINGAM
E1122108 812412114106 L. NARENDRAKANTH
E1122117 812412114114 G. PAVITHRAN
34 E1122081 812412114079 A. MOHAMED ISMAIL FAIZAL COMPOSITE MATERIAL
E1122088 812412114086 MOHAMED NAFIL MEERAN
E1122092 812412114090 B. MOHAMED RIZWAN
E1122095 812412114093 M. MOHAMED SHAJAHATH
35 E1122107 812412114105 M.N. NARAYANAN ECONOMICAL SOLAR WATER HEATER AND PURIFIER
E1122115 812412114116 D.PAZHANIVEL
E2132222 812412114337 B. SURESH KUMAR
36 E1122124 812412114122 D.RAJASEKAR AUTOMATIC COOLING SYSTEM  IN LATHE MACHINE
E1122146 812412114144 A.SASI KUMAR
E1122147 812412114145 G.SATHIYANATHAN
E1122157 812412114155 R.SIVACHANDRAN
37 E1122125 812412114123 N.RAJASEKAR EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF MACHINING PARAMETERS FOR EDM USING COPPER ELECTRODE ON HOT DIE STEEL
E1122174 812412114172 R.VIGNESH
E1122175 812412114173 V.VIJAI KUMAR
E2132194 812412114309 R.KALAIVANAN
38 E1122126 812412114124 K.RAJESH DESIGN OF SAFETY MASK FOR BOWLERS USING RPT PROTO TYPE
E1122127 812412114125 M.RAJESH
E1122151 812412114149 E.SENKODI SELVAN
E1122171 812412114169 S.VEERAMANI BALAN
39 E1122128 812412114126 K.RAJESH KUMAR AUTOMATIC FOUR WHEEL FIXED HYDRAULIC JACK
E1122130 812412114129 K.RAM PRAKASH
E1122144 812412114142 S.SAMEER AHAMED
E1122158 812412114156 K.SIVANESAN
40 E1122129 812412114127 M.RAJU DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MODERN HYDRO-PNEUMATIC TROLLEY
E1122131 812412114128 S.RAMALINGAM
E1122132 812412114130 P.RANJITH
E1122149 812412114148 A.SELVA SRINIVASAN
41 E1122136 812412114134 S.RIYAS AHAMED
E1122148 812412114146 S.SATHIYA RAJ
E1122162 812412114160 S.SURESH
E1122173 812412114171 S.VENKATESHWARAN
42 E1122133 812412114131 K.REVANTH COMPOSITE MATERIAL
E1122134 812412114132 A.RICHARD MARIA RAJ
E1122140 812412114137 S.SAKTHIVEL
E1122141 812412114139 A.SALEEM KHAN
43 E1122138 812412114136 S.SABEER AHAMED ALUMINIUM 7075 ALLOY
E1122155 812412114153 H.SHAIK AHAMED
E1122156 812412114154 S.SHANAVAS
E1122168 812412114166 M.T.THARVEES AHAMED
44 E1122142 812412114140 A.SALEEM RAJA EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND ROUNDNESS ERROR ON D3 STEEL IN CNC DRILLING PROCESS BY USING CRALN DRILL BIT
E1122153 812412114151 H.M.SHAHUL HAMEED
E1122154 812412114152 M.SHAHUL HAMEED
E1122159 812412114157 J.STANLEY RUBAN
45 E1122150 812412114147 S.SELVAM OPTIMATION OF CYLINDRICAL GRINDING PARAMETERS OF EN8 CYLINDRICAL RODS USING ANOVA METHODALOGY
E1122161 812412114159 P.SURESH
E2132221 812412114336 P.SURENDRA KUMAR
E2132196 812412114311 A.KAVIYARASAN
46 E1122166 812412114164 B.SYED IBRAHIM OPTIMUM BLANK UTILIZATION OF SHEET METAL FOR OPTIMAZITION TECHNIQUE
E2132191 812412114306 M.DAVID FERNANDO
E2132202 812412114317 A.MOHAMED ABDULLAH
E2132214 812412114329 V.RAJA
47 E1122163 812412114161 N.SUTHAKAR VAPOUR ABSORPTION FOR COOLING SYSTEM
E1122164 812412114162 A.SYED ABDULLAH
E1122165 812412114163 M.SYED IBRAHIM
E1122184 812412114182 M.YOUSUF AHAMED
48 E1122170 812412114168 D.VASANTHA KUMAR AUTOMATIC STAMP PUNCHING MACHINE FOR UNIVERSITY EXAM CELL
E1122178 812412114175 S.VIJAYARAGAVAN
E1122179 812412114177 M.VIMAL
E1122183 812412114181 S.YOGESWARAN
49 E1122172 812412114170 S.VENGATESAN DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF INVOLUTE GEAR PROFILE ERROR DETECTOR
E1122176 812412114176 V.VIJAYA PRAKASH
E1122177 812412114174 N.VIJAY
E2132216 812412114331 R.SARAVANA KUMAR
50 E1122167 812412114165 V.THANGAPANDI WELDING OF TUBULAR PRODUCT IN BOILER
E1122169 812412114167 H.THOUFIQ AHAMED
E1122180 812412114178 P.VISHAL BHAIRAVH
E1122181 812412114179 M.VIVEK
51 E2132220 812412114335 T.SURENDAR OPTIMIZATION OF WIRE CUT EDM
E2132224 812412114339 P.VIMAL RAJ
E2132192 812412114307 S.ELAMURUGAN
E1122182 812412114180 M.YASAR ARAFATH
52 E1122139 812412114138 A.SAKTHI VELU EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND PROCESS PARAMETERS OPTIMIZATION ON D2 STEEL USING TURNING PROCESS
E1122143 812412114141 S.SALMAN RUSDHIE
E1122152 812412114150 S.SHAFEEK AHAMED
E1122160 812412114158 K.SURESH
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Student Projects

OBJECTIVE:

The objective of the Research and Development is

  • To motivate students to carry out innovative and creative projects
  • To create awareness among students about technical writing and importance of publishing
  • paper in reputed journals.
  • To create awareness among students about intellectual property rights (IPR)
  • To develop teamwork environment

The students choose their favourite area and create projects of their own based on their innovative ideas and implement it effectively with the support of faculty. 

WORK PROCESS: 

Academic Year

Student  details

Projects

2018-2019 I.Selvabarathi,

S.Salik Mohammed, T.SusendraVasan,

S.Vigneshraja

 

 

TREE SHIFTING AND REPLANTING MACHINE:

The main objectives of the project are to preserve nature from the road extension projects and building construction, to eliminate the environment degradation and to avoid the deforestation. The proposed mechanism will be very much useful for removing the trees and replanting them without any damage and it is operated by the pneumatic power system in an effective, efficient and economical way.

The tree removal and replanting mechanism has being used by the foreign countries in a robust manner. In India, Gujarat is the only state using this machine. The proposed system is an effective, efficient and economic method. This operation can also implement in our state in a less cost. This project has been funded by the Tamilnadu State Council for Science and Technology.

 

G.Balaji,

M.Chandru,

H.FazithRahuman, R.Hariharan

 

 

DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF FERTILIZER SPRAYERS: Now days, there are many types of pesticide sprayer already in market. For the different types of pesticide sprayer there are have a different shape, sizes, method to carry it but the function are same.  The current idea on sprayer in our project is to utilize effectively for reducing time of spraying, human efforts and cost of spraying. Now days the spraying of crop is done by operator taking pump on back, but we were developing this conventional spraying for reducing efforts and time by using slider crank mechanism and motion transmission by chain and sprocket arrangement principles.

 

P. Karunamoorthy, M.Mohamedazarudeen, S. Mohamed bilal,

U.S.Mohamedreskallah

 

 

DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF STAIRCASE CLIMBING WHEEL CHAIR USING TRI WHEEL MECHANISM: The objective of this work is to develop a mechanism for climbing up and down over stairs for physically disabled people. The mechanism involved is a tri-wheel mechanism for climbing up and down stairs to design a stair-climbing wheelchair for differently-abled person with lower limb disability. The help of tri-wheel mechanism stair-climbing wheelchair, we can move easily up and down on stairs without building ramps in hospitals, by this construction area and money can be reduced for building hospitals.
2017-2018 Gokulakrishnan S, Eniyan V

 

 

DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PLASTIC BOTTLES PEELING MACHINE BY USINGH AND WHEEL:

The main objective of the work is to peel the plastic bottle into a fine string with the help of stainless-steel cutter and then using that string we can make a rope. Usually there some heat treatment process should be held to make a rope using plastics. Here, due to peeling the plastic bottles into a fine string. Due to this we can reduce the plastic bottles wastage and the pollution.

  Praveen Arulraj C,

Praveen Kumar A,

Praveen N,

Mohanakavi D

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF HACKSAW ATTACHMENT IN CONVENTIONAL LATHE: The hacksaw attachment is attached directly on the face plate and the cutting operation is performed perpendicular to the center axis of the spindle. In the metal working industry one of the most important issues is the cost of the machines and work space. The project is on the design and construction of a hacksaw attachment in conventional lathe machine. It is a cutting machine with teeth on its blade used especially of the machine were designed and constructed.
2016-17 Mohamed Rafick S,

Mohamed Salih A,

Mohamed Kassim M R,

Mohamed Anwar H

 

 

DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WHEEL ASSEMBLY OF GREEN CAR FOR DISABLED PEOPLE: Car for Disabled People offered comprise designing of hand-controlled cars that are perfectly suitable for driving by handicapped persons. Being suitable for physically challenged as well as disabled people, these specially designed cars can be expensively customized and converted to suit specific disability of a person. Further, we can also modify hybrid car versions as demanded by customers based across India. These personalized conversions/changes provided in the automobile allow people to drive these with support of his/her hands or using only one limb.
  Arun A,

Aspin raj A,

Balasubramanian P,

Cijo M

 

 

FLUSH FREE TOILET FOR CONSERVATION OF WATER: The main objective of the toilet design is to use in rural areas and water scarcity areas. In normal toilet, nearly five to ten liters of water is used for single flush. So, we planned to save the water and going to use the waste as fertilizer. In this project, we can show a difference when compared to other type of toilet. The main objective is to utilize the water used in flushing for some other efficient purpose. To develop a low cost still efficient toilet for the helpless brothers and sisters of our Indian nation. To reduce the odor created after the usage of the toilet. To develop a better replacement for mobile toilet where sustainability of water supply and sanitation services is highly remote.
  Mohamed Tharik N, Navaneethan T,

Pradeep J,

Premnath S

 

 

SAFETY VEHICLE FOR PEOPLE WITH FORELIMB DISABILITY: For a physically disabled or a debilitated person, transportation is a major hindrance and so the mobility of physically disabled people is among the great concern of the human civilization. It is really very hard to realize the problems and sorrows of a physically disabled or debilitated person who is dependent on others or is confined on a wheel chair with a limited mobility. In India, the contemporarily modified scooters used by the physically disabled people for transportation are not ergonomic and do not provide protection from adverse weather conditions which can be more dangerous for physically disabled people compared to the normal person while driving.

OUTCOME:
The students gained real time hands on experience through their innovative projects. The students acquired knowledge of presenting papers and applying patents for their innovative ideas.

SAEINDIA

SAEINDIA Collegiate clubs provide many benefits to SAE members like tangible contact with their future profession & various objectives on engineering education. The purpose of this Collegiate Club is to increase the benefits of SAEINDIA student membership through special activities.

SAEINDIA recognized the formation of SAEINDIA Collegiate club of MIET Engineering College Trichy for the academic year 2018-2019. We have started with student members of more than 65 students from Mechanical Engineering Department. It offers student members organise programs and activities, fellowship, and leadership experience. SAEINDIA student members are also entitled to many of the services available to SAEINDIA’s regular members.

The club is aimed in bringing out the blooming talents of students. It conducts activities in different aspects of automobile engineering. The main objective of this club is the overall & personal development of students by encouraging them to participate in international / national SAE Collegiate Design Series.

The objectives

  • To motivate students to apply their theory into practice and supplement their theoretical knowledge into practical with hands on training in the field of automobile engineering
  • To provide an environment of creativity and innovation by conducting interactive practical programs.
  • To provide students opportunities to gain experience in administering organizational activities by conducting meetings, taking part in committee activities and writing and speaking before groups.
  • To stimulate student participation in projects that requires the application of engineering knowledge and promotes professional growth.

Future plan

  • To make the student to attend internship program/Implant training in month of May
  • To conduct Product development Workshop in the month of July
  • To conduct Guest Lecture/Seminar in the month of August and  September

Benefits:

  • Arranges for engineering authorities to provide informal and informative meetings with students.
  • Stimulates student participation in projects that require the application of engineering knowledge and promote professional growth.
  • Sponsors visits to industrial plants and engineering research centers.
  • Encourages students to prepare technical presentations for collegiate club meetings, section meetings and for entry in student level competitions.
  • Furthers informal contacts with engineers’ active in industry and government through joint meetings with the section.
  • Provides students opportunities to gain experience in administering organizational activities, concluding meetings, taking part in committee activities and writing and speaking before groups.
  • Offers social programs that help develop lasting friendships between students themselves, the faculty and section members.
  • Provides additional exposure for members as well as clubs through the annual student design competitions and with the recognition and awards programs.

Various Technical Events Organized:

  • Guest lectures
  • Seminars
  • Mini projects 
  • Technical Quiz
  • National Level
  • Technical Symposium

SAEINDIA

SAEINDIA Collegiate clubs provide many benefits to SAE members like tangible contact with their future profession & various objectives on engineering education. The purpose of this Collegiate Club is to increase the benefits of SAEINDIA student membership through special activities.

SAEINDIA recognized the formation of SAEINDIA Collegiate club of MIET Engineering College Trichy for the academic year 2018-2019. We have started with student members of more than 65 students from Mechanical Engineering Department. It offers student members organise programs and activities, fellowship, and leadership experience. SAEINDIA student members are also entitled to many of the services available to SAEINDIA’s regular members.

The club is aimed in bringing out the blooming talents of students. It conducts activities in different aspects of automobile engineering. The main objective of this club is the overall & personal development of students by encouraging them to participate in international / national SAE Collegiate Design Series.

The objectives

  • To motivate students to apply their theory into practice and supplement their theoretical knowledge into practical with hands on training in the field of automobile engineering
  • To provide an environment of creativity and innovation by conducting interactive practical programs.
  • To provide students opportunities to gain experience in administering organizational activities by conducting meetings, taking part in committee activities and writing and speaking before groups.
  • To stimulate student participation in projects that requires the application of engineering knowledge and promotes professional growth.

Future plan

  • To make the student to attend internship program/Implant training in month of May
  • To conduct Product development Workshop in the month of July
  • To conduct Guest Lecture/Seminar in the month of August and  September

Benefits:

  • Arranges for engineering authorities to provide informal and informative meetings with students.
  • Stimulates student participation in projects that require the application of engineering knowledge and promote professional growth.
  • Sponsors visits to industrial plants and engineering research centers.
  • Encourages students to prepare technical presentations for collegiate club meetings, section meetings and for entry in student level competitions.
  • Furthers informal contacts with engineers’ active in industry and government through joint meetings with the section.
  • Provides students opportunities to gain experience in administering organizational activities, concluding meetings, taking part in committee activities and writing and speaking before groups.
  • Offers social programs that help develop lasting friendships between students themselves, the faculty and section members.
  • Provides additional exposure for members as well as clubs through the annual student design competitions and with the recognition and awards programs.

Various Technical Events Organized:

  • Guest lectures
  • Seminars
  • Mini projects 
  • Technical Quiz
  • National Level
  • Technical Symposium

MOU Signed

Interaction of students with MOU signed Industries/R&D organizations occurs following modes.

  • Invited talks, where personnel from both the industry and the R&D organization are invited to deliver a lecture.
  • Workshops, conducted on campus by personnel from industry/R&D organizations, or in-plant visits.
  • Learning Centre (3D printing), Trichy.
  • M/s. Bharakath Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Thuvakudi, Trichy
  • M/s. Kothari Sugars Pvt. Ltd., Lalgudi, Trichy.
  • M/s.CADD Centre, Trichy.
  • Orbit Edutech Private Limited, Chennai.
  • Omega industrial Equipments, Chennai
  • Karpaga Cotton Processing Mills, Salem.

Activity & Events   

  • Placement assurance will be given with a minimum of 3 final year students for every year.
  • Supporting of faculty research project with technical aspects such as problem fixing and development
  • Internship Program will be conducted by the Company during semester vacation time.
  • Academic Project Guidance will be leverage to students by the company
  • Consultancy and Research Project for Faculty

In Plant Training

The Students of Mechanical Engineering visited industries to gain the knowledge about companies and interact with them to enhance Technical Skills.

The list of various companies Students visited are

  • M/S.Ashok Leyland,Unit I Hosur,
  • M/S.Ashok Leyland, Ennore, Chennai.
  • Diesel Loco Shed, Southern Railway,Ponmalai, Trichy.
  • TVS Motors (P) Ltd, Hosur
  • Omega Industrial Equipments, Chennai.
  • Orbit Edutech Pvt Ltd, Chennai.
  • Karpaga Cotton processing Mills, Salem.

Internship

The Students of Mechanical Engineering visited industries to gain the knowledge about companies and interact with them to enhance Technical Skills.

The list of various companies Students visited are

  • ISUZU Motors Pvt.Ltd,, Sricity,A.P
  • Goodwin Motors, Chennai
  • Omega industrial Equipments, Chennai.
  • Karpaga Cotton processing Mills, Salem.
  • Orbit Edutech Pvt Ltd, Chennai

Industrial visit

The Students of Mechanical Engineering visited industries to gain the knowledge about companies and interact with them to enhance Technical Skills.

The list of various companies Students visited are

  • Paragon Steels, Pallakad, Kerala,
  • Minar Alloys & Forgings, Pallakad, Kerala,
  • Kothari Sugars & Ams, Lalgudi, Trichy
  • Shanthi Gears LTD-C Unit, Covai
  • PSG Foundaries,Covai
  • Roots India Private Limited

News Letter

Department newsletter contains various departmental activities like professional activities carried out by the department association such as guest lectures, papers published by students, knowledge delivery forum in the department, research and development activities, awards and recognition received by the faculty members and students.

Magazine

The department magazine is released once in an academic year. It comprises department profile, department faculty details; technical and non technical papers published by the students and faculty members, department association activities and articles. 

Dr.D.Saravanan
Professor & Head of the Department,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
M.I.E.T Engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID:mech.hod@miet.edu