Mechanical Engineering (MECH)
About MECH Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2009 and offers B.E program in Mechanical Engineering with an intake of 180 seats. Our Department is dedicated to create a research hub engaged in contemporary research in association with industries and other reputed institutions, impart best-of-class education to students with up-to-date curriculum and content in tune with industry requirements and foster a spirit of entrepreneurship among students to enable a few to launch their own ventures.
The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members with a rich blend of teaching, research and industrial experience. The faculty members are actively engaged in research and constantly publish papers in International and National Journals. The department regularly organizes technical workshops for the faculty members to expose them to emerging areas. The department has state of the art facilities for various laboratories, classrooms to support e-learning in addition to a department library. Guest lectures and industrial visits are periodically arranged for the students to supplement their curriculum. We strive for all round excellence in students, encouraging them in all extra-curricular activities.
To develop highly qualified Mechanical Engineers to meet the technological and socio-economical growth of our nation
To provide quality engineering education in mechanical engineering, with a good blend of theoretical knowledge and hands on experience, to meet the current and emerging needs of the society.
To prepare students for a successful career in mechanical engineering by imbibing leadership qualities required to become entrepreneurs and professionals useful for the betterment of society.
PEO I: Effectuating success in careers by exploring with the design, digital and computational analysis of engineering systems, experimentation and teCsting, smart manufacturing, technical services, and research.
PEO II: Amalgamating effectively with stakeholders to update and improve their core competencies and abilities to ethically compete in the ever-changing multicultural global enterprise.
PEO III: To encourage multi-disciplinary research and development to foster advanced technology, and to nurture innovation and entrepreneurship in order to compete successfully in the global economy.
PEO IV: To globally share and apply technical knowledge to create new opportunities that proactively advances our society through team efforts and to solve various challenging technical, environmental and societal problems.
Graduates will be able to
PSO1: Apply the knowledge gained in Mechanical Engineering for design and development and manufacture of engineering systems.
PSO2: Apply the knowledge acquired to investigate research-oriented problems in mechanical engineering with due consideration for environmental and social impacts.
PSO3: Use the engineering analysis and data management tools for effective management of multidisciplinary projects.
Engineering Graduates will be able to
1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
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.
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.
12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
The Thermal Lab – II (Heat and Mass Transfer Lab) is to reinforce and enhance the fundamentals of heat transfer. The experiments are relatively simple; they are designed to demonstrate the applications of the basic fluid and thermal science principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of these disciplines. The objective is also to introduce a variety of modern and classical experimental and diagnostic techniques, and the principles behind these techniques. This laboratory exercise also provides practice in making engineering judgments, estimates and assessing the reliability of your measurements, skills which are very important for any successful engineer.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering has a team of highly qualified faculty members who have a proven record of meritorious accomplishments to their credit. The Department has doctorates and post graduates specialized in several areas and who have extensive teaching experience. The strength of the staff is according to the norms prescribed by AICTE, New Delhi.Brief profile of few of our faculty members are given below.
Value Added Courses
|II Year||Auto cad||AutoCAD is a 2-D and 3-D computer-aided drafting software application used in design and manufacturing to assist in the engineering components.|
|For students, the software provides unique drafting tools that can be used to bring their engineering ideas to life with the accuracy they require|
|CREO||Creo makes conversion of 2D to 3D, and usage of 3D geometry for simulation and analysis possible. Product designers and engineers are required to have complete knowledge of developing a product design virtually. Creo comes with all the tools that are required for completing a product design.|
|Students can use wide range of this tool for converting their engineering ideas to 3D components.|
|III Year||Edgecam||Edgecam is market-leading CAD/CAM software for CNC programming. With unparalleled ease of use and intelligent toolpath generation, it’s the only CAD/CAM system you’ll need for 3D milling, mill-turn machining, and multi-axis machining. To learn more about Edgecam|
|The majour goal is to make use of the software to create ideas for genetrating the tool path and manual programms for the mechanical components in CNC machines.|
|Solidworks||SOLIDWORKS Simulation is a powerful, easy-to-use design analysis and optimization software fully embedded within SOLIDWORKS® software. SOLIDWORKS Simulation is ideal for engineers who need analysis, but are not specialists in finite element analysis (FEA).|
|The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Conceptual Design to create, capture and evaluate concept designs prior to physical prototyping and detail design.|
|IV Year||Ansys||ANSYS has a whole set of products for students to perform simulation of structural aspects of a single product or complex interactions of subsystems. It will help you understand how products would work not only in ideal environments but also changing users environments or during unexpected consumer usage.|
|By utilizating this software, students can understand in such a manner like how to create an optimized mechanical component design and performance of the component in real time enviroment to avoid the cost of product failure.|
|Hence, virtual engineering simulation is increasingly preferred for the mechanical engineering students, Knowing how to do it is an important engineering software skill.|
|Catia||CATIA is the only solution capable of addressing the complete product development process, from product concept specification through product-in-service, in a fully integrated and associative manner.|
|Based on an open, scalable architecture, it facilitates true collaborative engineering across the multidisciplinary extended enterprise, including style and form design, mechanical design and equipment and systems engineering, managing digital mock-ups, machining, analysis, and simulation.|
|CATIA is found in a variety of industries throughout the world. Some of these industries include; Aerospace, Appliances, Architecture, Automotive, Construction, Consumer Goods, Electronics, Medical, Furniture, Machinery, Mold and Die, and Shipbuilding.|
University Rank Holders
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ACADEMIC RANK HOLDERS DETAILS 2012
ACADEMIC RANK HOLDERS DETAILS 2011
|S.No||Class||Date||Company Name||Place||Accompanied Staff|
|1||III MECH C||24/09/2016||Hindustan Aeronautics Limited||Bangalore||Mr G. Pugzhendhi
Mr Arun kumar
|2||III MECH A||24/09/2016||Hindustan Machine Tools Private limited||Bangalore||Mr N. Duraishankar
Mr M. Sankar
|3||III MECH B||23/09/2016||JV’S Electronics and Electricals||Bangalore||Mr K. Silambarasan
Mr D Arvind
|4||III MECH C||11/07/2015||Hindustan Machine Tools Private limited||Bangalore||Mr M. Sankar
Mr S. Dharani kumar
|5||III MECH B||11/07/2015||Hindustan Machine Tools Private limited||Bangalore||Mr K. Silambarasan
Mr N. Duraishankar
|6||III MECH A||02/07/2015||Metro Technical Training Foundation||Bangalore||Mr S. Prabhakaran
Mr G. Pugzhendhi
|S.No||Student Name||Event Name||Date||Participation/Prize||Name of the Organization|
|1||Arjun P||Fix IT||13.08.2015
|First||SANSUS '15,SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore|
|2||Arjun P||Cad Modelling||12.09.2015||Second||Autoignite,Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore|
|S.No||Student Name||Event Name||Date||Participation/Prize||Name of the Organization|
|1||Prakash K||Paper Presentation||05.03.2015
|Second||Efficacy'15,Intitute Of Road & Transport Technology, Erode|
|2||Vignesh K||Paper Presentation||01.10.2016||First||Interface16,Coimbatore Institute Of Technology, Coimbatore|
|3||Vignesh K||Paper Presentation||06.10.2016
|First||Tech Bash'16,Sri Sakthi Institute Of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore|
|4||Abhilash K||Paper Presentation||Third||Uddeshah 2016Dr.Mahalingam College Of Engineering & Technology, Pollachi|
|S.No||Event Date||Programmee Name||Guest Name||Description||Photos||Photos|
|Academic Year: 2016-2017|
|1||20.08.2016||The Association of Mechanical Engineering- "Merzeners"||Muralidharan
|The Association of Mechanical Engineering at INFO Institute of Engineering was founded in 2010. The association was formed for the students solely for the benefit of the students. The main focus for the formation of this association was to re- kindle the thirst for knowledge and to enhance the skills of the students.|
|Academic Year: 2015-2016|
|2||21st to 28th MAY 2015||FDTP 2015-Heat And Mass Transfer||Dr.K.S Krishnan
|Management of INFO Institute of Engineering, Coimbatore had given their consent to the Department of Mechanical Engineering for conducting the self supported and Anna University approved Faculty Development Training Programme, FDTP 2015 for the subject of ME 6502- Heat and Mass Transfer.|
|3||9th September 2015||Merzeners 2015||Dr.R.Soundaraj||The one day national level symposium conducted by department of mechanical engineering on 09.09.2015|
|4||28 march 2016||Design and Selection of Automotive Bearings||Dr. R. S. Mani||The one day workshop on “Design and Selection of Automotive Bearings” was organized by department of mechanical engineering on 28.03.2016 at The goal of this workshop is provide a platform for participants to enlighten their knowledge in the area automotive bearings .||ViewPhotos|
The Mechanical Department Library holds a varied collection Text Books, Reference Books in the Departmental Library to meet the needs of students. This Library consist Books of with different titles like Design Engineering, Manufacturing and thermal Engineering core related Mechanical Engineering. Department library provides reference facilities for students. Here students can refer technical and advanced information for seminars and projects. Library holds books and journals related to different areas of Mechanical Engg. The BE project reports of Mechanical Engineering students form a part of the Department Library.
Meet Our Alumni
|1||SUDHARSAN N||RENAULT NISSAN TECHNOLOGY & BUSINESS CENTRE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED||Engineer|
|2||GANESH RAMAN||RENAULT NISSAN TECHNOLOGY & BUSINESS CENTRE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED||Engineer|
|3||VISHNUVARDHAN.Y||JANDIA ENGINEERING (P) LTD||DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER|
|4||SAM GEORGE.P||AXIS BANK||ASSISTANT MANAGER|
|5||MANOJ.M||VERTEX RESEARCH CENTRE||JUNIOR ENGINEER R&D|
|6||RAJESH.R||Harita Techserv Limited||Junior Design Engineer|
|7||RAJU.P||CHENNAI RADHA ENGINEERING WORKS PVT LTD||MAINTANANCE ENGINEER|
|8||MAHESHWARAN.M||SHUBAN TECHNOLOGIES||Engineer – Business Development|
|9||C.Silambarasan||Harita Techserv Limited||Junior Design Engineer|
|10||B.Gowtham||Harita Techserv Limited||Junior Design Engineer|
|11||R.Gopinath||Harita Techserv Limited||Junior Design Engineer|
|12||M.Sathish Subbaiah||Harita Techserv Limited||Junior Design Engineer|
|13||ANISH V C||INNOVATIVE MATERIAL HANDLING INDIA||SERVICE ENGINEER|
|14||ARAVIND C||TI CYCLES OF INDIA CHENNAI||GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE|
|15||ARVINDKUMAR K||KONE ELEVATOR CHENNAI||SHAFT MECHANIC|
|16||AVIK BHATTACHARYA||INFOVIEW TECHNOLOGIES||TRAINEE ENGINEER|
|17||DARSAK V S||HARITHA TECHSERV LTD||TRAINEE ENGINEER|
|18||DINESHKUMAR S||AQUA SUB ENGG THUDIALUR||QUALITY CONTROL|
|19||DIWAHAR L||HIROTECH INDIA PVT LTD COIMBATORE||DESIGN ENGINEER|
|20||GOPINATH S||HARITHA TECHSERV LTD||TRAINEE ENGINEER|
|21||JAYAKUMAR R||AQUA SUB ENGG THUDIALUR||QUALITY CONTRO|
|22||KANNAN M||SECO KOMOS||QUALITY CONTROL|
|23||KARTHICK C||RANGANATHAN INDUSTRIES COIMBATORE||JUNIOR ENGINEER(MELTING DEPT)|
|24||NANDHAGOPAL A||VECTRAFORM ENGG SERVICES||CAD/CAM ENGINEER|
|25||PREMANAND R||SOLAR TECH ENGG SOLUTIONS LTD KOLKATTA||TECHNICAL ASSISTANT|
|26||RAGU S||EKKI PUMPS LTD||TRAINEE ENGINEER|
|27||SATHISHKUMAR P||KERA ENGG COIMBATORE||QUALITY CONTROL|
|28||SENTHIL KUMAR M S||EASAN PRINTERS COIMBATORE||ASSISTANT MANAGER|
|29||VIMAL P||TENOVA INDIA PVT LTD CHENNAI||DESIGN ENGINEER|
|30||VINAYAK H||SCHUF PVT LTD COIMBATORE||TRAINEE ENGINEER|
|31||VIVEK T||HARITHA TECHSERV LTD||TRAINEE ENGINEER|