About us

The department of Automobile Engineering was started during the academic year 2011 to 2012 with a sanctioned intake of 60. Keeping in view the demand for automobile engineering the department has a vision to enrich the knowledge of students and update the technology of automobile engineering. The department is responsible for teaching in the area of chassis design, engine design, electric & hybrid vehicles, FEA analysis, alternative fuels, automotive vehicles management, safety and vehicle styling. The department boasts of enthusiastic faculty and talented staff members who are experts in the area of their interest

Vision

Emerge as a Center for advanced studies and research in Automobile Engineering.

Mission

• Recognition through quality education, research, consultancy, and innovation in education.

• Provide students with the basic and advanced engineering knowledge, interdisciplinary problem solving skills, societal and business issues and self-confidence to excel in their professions and be leaders in the Global environment.
• Maintain a collegial, supportive, and diverse environment that encourages our students, faculty, and staff to achieve and compete to the best of their abilities.

HOD MESSAGE

The department was established in year 2011 by offering an undergraduate course B. E. Automobile Engineering. Automobile Engineering has achieved recognition and importance ever since motor vehicles capable for transporting passengers has been in trend. Now due to the rapid growth of auto component manufacturers and automobile industries, there is a great demand for Automobile Engineers. Automobile branch deals with the designing, developing, manufacturing, testing and repairing and servicing automobiles such as cars, trucks, motorcycles, scooters etc., & the related sub engineering systems. For the perfect blend of manufacturing and designing automobiles, Automobile Engineering uses the features of different elements of Engineering such as automobile, mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and safety engineering. It involves understanding the mechanism of vehicle chassis, internal combustion Engine, electrical systems, Motor transport affairs, workshop technology, research and design. The excellent infrastructure, teaching faculty of the best kind ensuring quality education such as interaction among students, parents and faculty, along with a Training and Placement Cell ensures a bright future to its students. Automobile Engineering Branch is an Evergreen Branch. The Students of this Branch is always in Demand. Moreover, Automobile Engineering Students will have a wide Career Profile and suit to almost any Industry. Automobile Engineering is the Mother Branch of other Engineering branches. It plays an important role in every sphere of Engineering. In this branch, the Students learn the Fundamentals of Automobile Parts, Fluid and Thermal power Applications. “Learn Automobile Engineering and enjoy the widened scope in various fields”.

SL.NO NAME OAF FACULTY QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION PHOTO
1 Dr. G. JAYA BALAJI M.E, Ph.D., Associate Professor/ Head
2 Mr. K. RAMASAMY M.E, Assistant Professor
3 Mr. S. PRAKASH M.E, Assistant Professor
4 Mr. V. MOORTHI M.E, Assistant Professor
5 Mr. S. JEGADEESHAN M.E, Assistant Professor
6 Mr. C. ARIVAZHAGAN M.E, Assistant Professor
7 Mr. N. NARAYANA KUMAR M.E, Assistant Professor
8 Mr. S. SEKAR M.E, Assistant Professor
9 Mr. M. BHARANI KUMAR M.E, Assistant Professor
10 Mr. G. SURIYA PRAKASH M.E, Assistant Professor

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

Students shall have

• PSO1: Abilities to apply the acquired knowledge in automobile domain in the design and development of innovative solutions in the automobile industries.
• PSO2: Knowledge and Skills towards hybrid vehicle design, development and maintenance

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

Graduates of Automobile Engineering shall

• PEO1: Possess advanced knowledge and skills to diagnose and apply the concept of automotive systems and processes.
• PEO2: Be able to design, fabricate and innovate in automobile domain, meeting the industrial challenges.
• PEO3: Be able to play key role in automobile industry with good communication skills, ethics and contemporary knowledge and skills.

PROGRAM OUTCOME

After completion of the course, B. E Automobile Engineering Graduates will have ability to:

PO1: Engineering Knowledge

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: 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.

PO3: 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.

PO4: 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.

PO5: 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.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

PO8: Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice

PO9: Individual and Team Work

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings

PO10: 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.

PO11: 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.

PO12: 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

Course Outcome

Course outcomes for theory subjects, laboratories and project work are framed and sample course outcomes are presented

SEMESTER III

MA8353- Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand how to solve the given standard partial differential equations.
CO2 Solve differential equations using Fourier series analysis which plays a vital role in engineering applications.
CO3 Appreciate the physical significance of Fourier series techniques in solving one and two dimensional heat flow problems and one dimensional wave equations.
CO4

Understand the mathematical principles on transforms and partial differential equations would provide them the ability to formulate and solve some of the physical problems of engineering.

CO5 Use the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of partial differential equations by using Z transform techniques for discrete time systems.

ME8391-Engineering Thermodynamics

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand how to solve the given standard partial differential equations.
CO2 Solve differential equations using Fourier series analysis which plays a vital role in engineering applications.
CO3 Appreciate the physical significance of Fourier series techniques in solving one and two dimensional heat flow problems and one dimensional wave equations.
CO4 Understand the mathematical principles on transforms and partial differential equations would provide them the ability to formulate and solve some of the physical problems of engineering.
CO5 Use the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of partial differential equations by using Z transform techniques for discrete time systems.

CE8395- Strength of Materials for Mechanical Engineers

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Determine the strain energy and compute the deflection of determinate beams, frames and trusses using energy principles.
CO2 Analyze propped cantilever, fixed beams and continuous beams using theorem of three moment equation for external loadings and support settlements.
CO3 Find the load carrying capacity of columns and stresses induced in columns and cylinders
CO4 Determine principal stresses and planes for an element in three dimensional state of stress and study various theories of failure
CO5 Determine the stresses due to Unsymmetrical bending of beams, locate the shear center, and find the stresses in curved beams.

 AT8301-Spark Ignition Engines

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Diagnose the simple problems on fuel, ignition, cooling, lubrication and electrical systems
CO2 Analyze engine performance characteristics
CO3 Develop safe attitude towards mechanical operations of an automotive engine
CO4 Investigate the problem occur in IC engine
CO5 Esttimate the perfomance of IC engine

ME8392- Manufacturing Technology

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyzes the diferent type of casting
CO2 Classify the welding based on principle of operation
CO3 Design castings taking into considerations of different moulds and their preparations
CO4 Produce various work pieces using cold and hot working of a metal
CO5 Understand cold and hot working of metals and processing of non-metals like plastics

CE8394- Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge of fluids and properties to solve flow, force and velocity problems
CO2 Apply the knowledge of fluid flow and dynamics in solving problems in hydraulic machines
CO3 Perform model analysis of hydraulic machinery and select appropriate machines for hydro power plan
CO4 Understand the properties of fluids, principles of buoyancy, flow, force and head calculations
CO5 Understand boundary layer principles applied to aerofoiles

CE8381-Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Examine different hardness test for given matrerial
CO2 find the load carrying capacity of columns and stresses induced in columns and cylinders
CO3 Apply the knowledge of fluid flow and dynamics in solving problems in hydraulic machines
CO4 Apply the knowledge of fluids and properties to solve flow, force and velocity problems
CO5 Perform model analysis of hydraulic machinery and select appropriate machines for hydro power plant

ME8381 – Computer Aided Machine Drawing 

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the Knowledge of Machine Drawing Convention
CO2 Use the AutoCAD Software and draw the Machine Elements like Screw Threads, Nuts, Bolts, Keys, Shafts & Bearings
CO3 Design all the parts & assemble them in AutoCAD with section views
CO4 Use isomentric projection and construct 2D view on different component
CO5 Analyze ortho and isometric projection

HS8381 -INTERPERSONAL SKILLS/LISTENING AND SPEAKING

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Listen and respond appropriately.
CO2 Participate in group discussions
CO3 Make effective presentations
CO4 Participate confidently in conversations both formal and informal
CO5 Participate appropriately in conversations both formal and informal

SEMESTER IV

MA8452-Statistics and Numerical Methods

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the basic concepts and techniques of solving algebraic and transcendental equations.
CO2 Appreciate the numerical techniques of interpolation and error approximations in various
intervals in real life situations
CO3 Apply the numerical techniques of differentiation and integration for engineering problems.
CO4 Understand the knowledge of various techniques and methods for solving first and second order ordinary differential equations.
CO5 Solve the partial and ordinary differential equations with initial and boundary conditions by using certain techniques with engineering applications.

AT8401 -Compression Ignition Engines 

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Diagnose the simple problems on fuel, ignition, cooling, lubrication and electrical systems
CO2 Analyze engine performance characteristics
CO3 Develop safe attitude towards mechanical operations of an automotive engine
CO4 Investigate the problem occur in IC engine
CO5 Esttimate the perfomance of IC engine

 ME8491 Engineering Metallurgy

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Identify materials for micro structure
CO2 Best microstructure of any given material and predict properties
CO3 Prepare appropriate heat treatment for a given material by checking its microstructure
CO4 Understand the need of proper simplification for different materials
CO5 Understand the significance microstructure of different materials under microscopic testing

EC8396 -Electronics and Microprocessors

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Classify the various diode used in semiconductor application
CO2 Analyzes the various transistor and its configuration
CO3 Understand analogic to digital conversion
CO4 Understand the configuration of microprocessor
CO5 Understand the fundamental concepts of Semi Conductors, Transistors

AT8402 -Automotive Chassis

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand construction of different section of chassis frame
CO2 Find out driving thrust for different vehcile condition
CO3 Analayze the different type of rear axle
CO4 Find out the requirement of suspension system
CO5 Calculate braking Condition for diffrenet condition

PR8451- Mechanics of Machines

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyse the various terminolgy of kinematic chain
CO2 Understand the principles in the formation of mechanisms and their kinematics.
CO3 Understand the importance of balancing and vibration.
CO Understand the importance of balancing and vibration.
CO5 Calculate free, and forced vibration for automotive systems

AT8411 -Automotive Components Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the basic construction of two stroke engine
CO2 Understand the basic construction of different types of steering system
CO3 Analyze the operation of various gear box
CO4 Analyze the operation of suspension system
CO5 Analyze the construction of different types of clutch

EC8382 -Electronics and Microprocessors  Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the characteristics of PN Junction Diode
CO2 Understand the operation of Logic Gates
CO3 Analyze the output of Shift Registers and Counters
CO4 Understand the procedure of Stepper Motor Interfacing
CO5 Understand the numerical operation on microprocessor

SEMESTER V

ME8593-Design of Machine Elements

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and analyze automobile components to meet performance requirements by selecting a concept to pursue, iterating to the final design
CO2 Determine when a component will fail statically given loading conditions
CO3 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO4 Understood the how to design belt drives, springs, keys, couplings and flywheels
CO5 Design and analyze simple machine components gears, shafts and bearings

AT8501-Automotive Transmission

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand construction of different section of chassis frame
CO2 Find out driving thrust for different vehicle condition
CO3 Analayze the different type of rear axle
CO4 Find out the requirement of suspension system
CO5 Calculate braking condition for diffrent condition

AT8502 – Automotive Electrical and Electronics Systems

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the characteristics of zenor diode
CO2 Understand the operation of ignition system
CO3 Analze the output of Shift Registers
CO4 Understand the procedure of Stepper Motor Interfacing
CO5 Understand the numerical operation on microprocessor

AT8503-Vehicle Design Data Characteristics

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the different vehicle characteristics
CO2 Knowledge in vehicle electrical and electronics components for engine operation.
CO3 Enhancing the knowledge of sensor and microprocessor applications in vehicle control systems.
CO4 Gaining information’s on modern safety system in vehicle braking.
CO5 Analyze the different vehicle safety system

AT8504 -Automotive Fuels and Lubricants

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Describe about gasoline and air mixtures with requirements and formation of carburetor, Choke and carburetor systems for emission control.
CO2 Apply the knowledge of instruction set to develop Fuel Injection Systems, Timing Systems, Energy requirement and Spark plug operation.
CO3 Discuss about the Stages of combustion and Heat release correlations.
CO4 Brief about Liquid fuel Requirements and utilization techniques of Blends, Neat form and Reformed Fuels.
CO5 Measuring the emission techniques for SI Engines.

AT8009 – Automotive Safety

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the vehicle safety systems
CO2 Gaining information’s on passive safety system in vehicle braking.
CO3 Enhancing the knowledge of sensor and microprocessor applications in vehicle control systems.
CO4 Gaining information’s on modern safety system in vehicle braking.
CO5 Analyze the different vehicle safety system

AT8511 – Automotive Electrical and Electronics Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the characteristics of zenor diode
CO2 Understand the operation of ignition system
CO3 Analyze the output of Shift Registers
CO4 Understand the procedure of Stepper Motor Interfacing
CO5 Understand the numerical operation on microprocessor

AT8512 – Automotive Fuels and Lubricants Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Describe about gasoline and air mixtures with requirements and formation of carburetor, Choke and carburetor systems for emission control.
CO2 Apply the knowledge of instruction set to develop Fuel Injection Systems, Timing Systems, Energy requirement and Spark plug operation.
CO3 Discuss about the Stages of combustion and Heat release correlations.
CO4 Brief about Liquid fuel Requirements and utilization techniques of Blends, Neat form and Reformed Fuels.
CO5 Discuss about grease and mechanical penetration in grease

HS8581-Professional Communication 

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand to Make effective presentations
CO2 Discuss about Participate confidently in Group Discussions.
CO3 Discuss about Attend job interviews and be successful in them.
CO4 Develop adequate Soft Skills required for the workplace.
CO5 Discuss about making career changes.

SEMESTER VI

GE8077 – Total Quality Management

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Diagnose the simple problems on fuel, ignition, cooling, lubrication and electrical systems
CO2 Analyze engine performance characteristics
CO3 Calculate braking condition for different condition
CO4 Find out the requirement of suspension system
CO5 Analyze the different type of rear axle

AT8601 – Automotive Engine Components Design

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO2 Design and analyze automobile components to meet performance requirements by selecting a concept to pursue, iterating to the final design.
CO3 Determine when a component will fail statically given loading conditions.
CO4 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO5 Understood the how to design belt drives, springs, keys, couplings and flywheels.

AT8602 – Automotive Chassis Components Design

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand construction of different section of chassis frame.
CO2 Find out driving thrust for different vehicle condition.
CO3 Analyze the different type of rear axle.
CO4 Find out the requirement of suspension system.
CO5 Calculate braking condition for different condition.

AT8603 – Two and Three Wheelers

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Diagnose the simple problems on fuel, ignition, cooling, lubrication and electrical systems
CO2 Analyze engine performance characteristics.
CO3 Calculate braking condition for different condition.
CO4 Find out the requirement of suspension system.
CO5 Analyze the different type of rear axle.

AT8604 – Vehicle Dynamics

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Write mathematical models of vehicle road dynamics.
CO2 Recognize the effect of the tyre forces and characteristics on the vehicle dynamics.
CO3 Calculate aerodynamic effects for different types of vehicle.
CO4 Know the sources of vehicle vibration and minimizing it by proper design.
CO5 Understand the rolling resistance, drag, noise and vehicle vibration.

PR8072 – New Product Development 

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Relevance of market research.
CO2 Calculate product design specification.
CO3 Understand the morphological methods.
CO4 Understand the modular architecture.
CO5 Know the methods of developing cost estimates.

AT8611 – Computer Aided Engine and Chassis Design Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and analyze automobile components to meet performance requirements by selecting a concept to pursue, iterating to the final design.
CO2 Design and analyze automobile components to meet performance requirements by selecting a concept to pursue, iterating to the final design.
CO3 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO4 Understood the how to design belt drives, springs, keys, couplings and flywheels.
CO5 Design and analyze simple machine components gears, shafts and bearings.

AT8612 – Two and Three Wheelers Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze engine performance characteristics.
CO2 Calculate braking condition for different condition.
CO3 Find out the requirement of suspension system.
CO4 analyze the different type of rear axle.
CO5 Calculate steering condition for different condition.

SEMESTER VII

AT8701 – Engine and Vehicle Management System

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze engine performance characteristics.
CO2 Calculate braking condition for different condition.
CO3 Find out the requirement of suspension system.
CO4 Analyze the different type of rear axle.
CO5 Calculate steering condition for different condition.

ME8692 – Finite Element Analysis

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and analyze automobile components to meet performance requirements by selecting a concept to pursue, iterating to the final design.
CO2 Determine when a component will fail statically given loading conditions.
CO3 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO4 Understood the how to design belt drives, springs, keys, couplings and flywheels.
CO5 Analyze the different type of rear axle.

AT8702 – Vehicle Maintenance

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Write mathematical models of vehicle road dynamics.
CO2 Recognize the effect of the tyre forces and characteristics on the vehicle dynamics.
CO3 Calculate aerodynamic effects for different types of vehicle.
CO4 Know the sources of vehicle vibration and minimizing it by proper design.
CO5 Understand the rolling resistance, drag, noise and vehicle vibration.

 ME8099 – Robotics

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Diagnose the simple problems on fuel, ignition, cooling, lubrication and electrical systems.
CO2 Analyze engine performance characteristics.
CO3 Calculate braking condition for different condition.
CO4 Find out the requirement of suspension system.
CO5 Analyze the different type of rear axle.

AT8004 – New Generation and Hybrid Vehicles 

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understood the energy system, vehicle operation.
CO2 Understood the newer vehicle, recent technologies.
CO3 Determine when a component will fail statically given loading conditions.
CO4 Know how to Work area of suspension.
CO5 Analyze the systems, brakes, aerodynamics.

 GE8074 – Human Rights

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO2 Design and analyze automobile components to meet performance requirements by selecting a concept to pursue, iterating to the final design.
CO3 Determine when a component will fail statically given loading conditions.
CO4 Know how to design the different types of gears like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear worm gear etc.
CO5 Understood the how to design belt drives, springs, keys, couplings and flywheels.

AT8711 – Engine Performance and Emission Testing Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Know how to control the emission.
CO2 Understood the different equipment.
CO3 Know how to conduct performance test.
CO4 Analyze the indicated power.
CO5 Determine data acquisition system.

AT8712-Vehicle Maintenance Laboratory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Know how to identify the faults.
CO2 Know how to identify knowledge.
CO3 Know how to identify on maintenance.
CO4 Analyze the Fault diagnosis.
CO5 Calibration of different equipment.

SEMESTER VIII

AT8801 – Vehicle Body Engineering

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze engine performance characteristics.
CO2 Calculate braking condition for different condition.
CO3 Find out the requirement of suspension system.
CO4 Analyze the different type of rear axle.
CO5 Know how to Modern painting process procedure.

AT8008 – Transport Management

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the vehicle safety systems.
CO2 Gaining information’s on passive safety system in vehicle braking.
CO3 Know about different aspects related to transport system and management.
CO4 Features of scheduling, fixing and fares.
CO5 know about the motorvehicle act and maintenance aspects of  transport.

MG8591 – Principles of Management.

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understanding of managerial functions like planning.
CO2 Understanding of organizing, staffing, leading.
CO3 Enhancing the basic knowledge on international aspect of management.
CO4 Understanding of controlling.
CO5 Gaining information’s on problems and management.

SUBJECT CODE & NAME: AT8811-Project Work 

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the position to take up any challenging.
CO2 Determine practical problems and find solution.
CO3 Understand the solution.
CO4 Gaining information’s on formulating proper methodology.
CO5 Gaining information’s on formulating proper methodology.
 
Lab Facilities

List of Laboratories

S.NO. Name of the Laboratories
1. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory
2. Automotive Components Laboratory
3. Computer Aided Machine Drawing
4. Engine Performance and Emission Testing Laboratory
5.

Automotive Electrical and Electronics Laboratory

6. Automotive Fuels and Lubricants Laboratory
7. Computer Aided Engine and Chassis Design Laboratory
8. Two and Three Wheelers Laboratory
9. Vehicle Maintenance Laboratory

Automotive Components Laboratory

The Automotive Components laboratory which is one of the important laboratories in the Automobile Engineering was established in the year 2010. The automotive components lab has equipped with Multi cylinder engine, Four wheel drive and Air brake system, etc. The lab includes both academic and research based equipment in order to experience the skill of dismantling and assembling of Engines, Engine components and Chassis Components.

Engine Performance and Emission Testing Laboratory

The engine performance and emission testing laboratory which is one of the important laboratory in the Automobile Engineering department was launched in 2011, provides faculty and students with resources to conduct experimental research on internal combustion engines. The lab includes both academic and research based equipment in order to study the combustion characteristics, engine performance and emission measurement. All the engines are equipped with eddy current dynamometers which increase the loading accuracy.

Automotive Electrical and Electronics Laboratory

Automotive electrical and electronics laboratory established in the year 2015 for Academic purpose. It focused the students to Identify charging, starting, ignition, accessory-circuit components, their functions, maintenance procedures, types of automotive wiring, types of terminals, and wiring diagrams.

Vehicle Maintenance Laboratory

Automobile Department having vehicle servicing and testing lab facility with highly sophisticated testing instruments. This lab is useful for the complete servicing of two and four wheelers. It is having a car with onboard diagnosis equipment.

Two and Three Wheeler Laboratory

The laboratory has various two wheelers and three wheelers to conduct all the tests specified in the curriculum of Anna University.

  • Two wheeler chassis dynamometer.
  • Two wheeler engines with transmission system.
  • Three wheeler with engine, chassis, and transmission system.
  • Shock absorber test Apparatus.
  • Coil spring test Apparatus.
  • Two wheeler with electronic fuel injection and Open ECU.

Automotive Fuels and Lubricants Laboratory

This laboratory helps to produce high focused independent practical skill on fuels and lubricants among students. It also serves the students to determine properties of several fuels and lubricants; compare them with standards so as to get an idea about its quality. This lab will supplement theoretical inputs in the Automotive Fuels and Lubricants testing laboratory course.

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

BOOK/CHAPTER PUBLICATION BY FACULTY

S.NO. Name of the Faculty Title of the Book/ Chapter ISBN No. Edition Publication
1. S.Prakash Automotive Transmission 978-93-89658-17-0 First SHANLAX Publications

FACULTY JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

S.NO. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Name of the Journal
1. Mr.N. Navaneetha Krishnan Design of A Balanced Mechanism For Wheel Chair To Move On Stairs International Journal Of Mechanical And Production Engineeringresearch And Development (IJMPERD)
2.

Mr.K. Ramasamy & Mr.S. Prakash

Experimental Investigation on Wear behavior of Hybrid aluminum Composites A Journal of Composition Theory
3.

Mr.K. Ramasamy& Mr.G.Sekar

Finite Element Modeling of Casting Solidification Journal of Information and Computational Science
4. Mr.S. Prakash Power Assisted Gear Shifting Mechanism  for Automobiles International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering

FACULTY ACTIVITIES (CONFERENCE, FDP, WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)

S.NO. Date Name Event Title College Name
1. 26.04.2021 Mr.N. Navaneetha Krishnan Seminar Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering Annapoorana Engineering College
2. 26.04.2021 Mr.S. Prakash Seminar Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering Annapoorana Engineering College
3. 26.04.2021 Mr.G. Sekar Seminar Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering Annapoorana Engineering College
4. 26.04.2021 Mr.K. Ramasamy Seminar Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering Annapoorana Engineering College
5. 27.04.2021 Mr.N. Navaneetha Krishnan Workshop 3-D Printing-A Factory on Your Desk Annapoorana Engineering College
6. 27.04.2021 Mr.S. Jegadeeshan Workshop 3-D Printing-A Factory on Your Desk Annapoorana Engineering College
7. 27.04.2021 Mr.S. Balachandran Workshop 3-D Printing-A Factory on Your Desk Annapoorana Engineering College
8. 07.05.2021 Mr.N. Navaneetha Krishnan Hands on Training Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
9. 07.05.2021 Mr.S. Balachandran Hands on Training Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN WORKSHOP / SEMINAR /SYMPOSIUM

S. No. Academic Year Department Name of the Student Year Name of the Event Organized by
1. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. H. Aravinth IV Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
2. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. P. Srinivasan IV Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
3. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. S. Prakash IV Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
4. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. T. Mahesh III Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
5. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. V. Ramamoorthi IV Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
6. 2021-2022 Automobile Engineering Mr. D. Manoj II Data Visualization with python IBM Developer Skills Network
7. 2021-2022 Automobile Engineering Mr. R.S. Venkathari II Data Visualization with python IBM Developer Skills Network
8. 2021-2022 Automobile Engineering Mr. D. Manoj II Data Visualization with python IBM Developer Skills Network
9. 2021-2022 Automobile Engineering Mr. Sivam Sanjay Shirkande II Data Visualization with python IBM Developer Skills Network
10. 2021-2022 Automobile Engineering Mr. T. Mahesh IV Data Visualization with python IBM Developer Skills Network
11. 2021-2022 Automobile Engineering Mr. V. Ramamoorthi III Data Visualization with python IBM Developer Skills Network
12. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. V. Ramamoorthi II

Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)

Annapoorana Engineering College
13. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. H. Aravinth IV Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
14. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. A. Antony Sagayaraj IV Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
15. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. P. Srinivasan IV Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
16. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. T. Mahesh III Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
17. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. V. Ramamoorthi II Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
18. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. D. Gowtham IV Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
19. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. M. Mayilsamy II Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
20. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. G. Magileeswaran II Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
21. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. D. Prabhu IV Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
22. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. H. Aravinth IV Workshop
(Recent Trends In Automobile Engineering)
Annapoorana Engineering College
23. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. A. Antony Sagayaraj IV

Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)

Annapoorana Engineering College
24. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. P. Srinivasan IV

Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)

Annapoorana Engineering College
25. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. T. Mahesh III Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Annapoorana Engineering College
26. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. V. Ramamoorthi II Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Annapoorana Engineering College
27. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. D. Gowtham IV Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Annapoorana Engineering College
28. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. M. Mayilsamy II Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Annapoorana Engineering College
29. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. G. Magileeswaran II Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Annapoorana Engineering College
30. 2020-2021 Automobile Engineering Mr. D. Prabhu IV Workshop
(Industrial Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Annapoorana Engineering College

MoU’s

AEC has signed Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) with industries and national level organisations to encourage the students to have a passion for learning and a sense of commitment, as well as to have mutual intentions to collaborate on projects that are needed by organizations and research and development centres. Also have agreed to share their expertise in areas such as Industrial Visits, In-plant Training & Special Technical Training to make efficient students. Also planned to execute the Guest Lectures, Mini Projects, Main Project Work, Research & Development, Problem Solving, Placements and Internships for mutual benefits and growth with the concern organizations.

Sl. No. Name of the Organisation with which MoU is signed Date of signing MoU Duration
1

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TIRUCHIRAPALLI

(Centre of Excellence in Manufacturing)

08-01-2022 3 Years
2 INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, SALEM 11-01-2022 3 Years
3 MAXX CADD, COIMBATORE 20-01-2020 5 Years
4 SKS AUTOMOBILES, SALEM 23-10-2019 4 Years
5 SAKTHI AUTO COMPONENTS, ERODE 22-10-2018 5 Years
6 THRIVENI CAR COMPANY PVT LTD, SALEM 30-08-2018 5 Years
7 CADD CENTER, SALEM 08-11-2017 2 Years
8 CHAMUNDI ROYAL ENFIELD,SALEM 16-03-2017 5 Years
9 APOLLO TYRES, SALEM 21-12-2016 5 Years
10 SKS AUTOMOBILES, SALEM 01-03-2016 5 Years

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

ABOUT RESEARCH

Research is an enthusiastic and innovative method that creates a stimulating environment for education. AEC places a high value on the quality of knowledge and education. Student education takes place in an exploratory environment where they benefit from interaction with researchers working in the frontiers of knowledge their profession. Research culture at AEC has a gradual impact on students. In the early stages, students are given a basic look at the research activities in the campus. As they progress, students become more involved in learning activities influenced by faculty research. Live research projects are used to generate case studies or experiments for use in class. AEC has formed partnerships with varied organisations and industry to make the research dreams of student’s reality.

OBJECTIVE

To encourage both faculty and students to conduct research and address industrial and social issues. To encourage faculty and students to conduct projects in innovatively and ascertain new technologies that will lead to the development of entrepreneurs or the transfer of technology to the industry. The outcomes of the research will be published in International journals and used to file patents.

AEC – RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CELL

Academic research is the main source of a nation’s economic growth in an increasingly technological world. AEC, Salem aspires to transform the lives of young aspiring engineers by utilizing their innovative ideas to contribute to academic research.

AEC has close collaborations with core industries to train students in their respective areas as a supplement to their academic studies. The primary goal of the institute is to found a creative environment for higher education and research among the faculty and students. AEC facilitates interaction with both national and international agencies.

 

AEC – INCUBATION CENTRE

AEC-Incubation Centre aims to help well-trained students and entrepreneurs establish a complicated 3D printing model that is cost-effective and accessible to everyone. With a significant boom in 3D printing in recent years, the incubation centre also aims to assist the general public in areas where cost-effectiveness is considered critical. 3D printing is employed in the manufacturing industry and also in locations where prototyping is a major limitation. It is an additive method that involves building up layers of material to form a three-dimensional object.

As the 3D printing industry is innovative in its hardware, materials, and procedures to make objects or parts, the list of 3D printing technologies and methods continues to grow. Choosing the best 3D printing process and materials is vital and depends on a variety of aspects such as budget, design, and purpose. Many distinct 3D printed products that were previously made through mass production processes can now be created with 3D printing.

3D printers that can print in colour with numerous materials currently exist, and they will continue to advance to the point where functioning things can be printed. Printing, rather than “3D printing,” has brought about a significant shift in the way we live. At present, 3D-Printing has progressed from generating an object out of manufacturing need to a medical necessity like making artificial bones, with the goal of making it a “low cost” Product.

 

AEC- R&D STUDIO

Institute of Industrial Design aims to help engineering professionals and students become experts in their domain-specific skills, knowledge, and to be creative in design. IID has taken the responsibility of filling this skill gap for engineering professionals seeking employment in their respective fields.

Through its technical leads, it provides quality design training ranging from basic to advanced products. We provide tool-based and application-oriented training according to industry expectations, with both theoretical and practical (hands-on) components to optimize product knowledge.

OBJECTIVES

  • To provide a practical context for courses of study undertaken by Students through the Program
  • To bridge the gap between college education and industrial requirement.
  • To provide opportunities for students of Mechanical, Automobile & Civil Engineering to undergo industrial training through Value Added Courses, and undertake new projects.
  • To organize short-term training programs on new product development and research and development areas.
  • To provide training and Internship opportunities for students.
  • To help students get placed in their core Industry.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To supply futuristic technologies to colleges
  • To organize Value Added Courses/Workshops/Seminars every six months for Mechanical, Automobile, and Civil engineering students and to enlighten them on the development of Embedded and complex software projects.
  • To organize short-term training programs on Design, and technology with hands-on experience.
  • To provide opportunities for Mechanical, Automobile, and Civil engineering students to undergo industrial training, Internship and undertake project work.
  • To provide job placement for the best-performing Individuals.
  • To identify and help various colleges in the area of undertake R & D projects.

ALUMINI CONNECT

The AEC Alumni Association (AECAA) is hosting interactive sessions with organizing social, educational, and networking events on a local, regional, and international level. To raise awareness of the organisation among current students and teachers, as well as to conduct research and contact former students who have fallen out of touch with the institute. To help the institute grow as a centre of excellence in teaching and research by providing funding for expanding activities among and via the institute’s membership. The activities listed below should be improved through AEC Alumni Association (AECAA).

  • Take on the difficulties and devise a strategy for resolving industrial issues.
  • Thinking creatively and turning ideas into products / realities.
  • Understand current industry standards and needs.
  • Make a professional growth plan.
  • Improve your critical thinking, presenting, analytical, and communication abilities.
  • Opportunities in the public, private, and research sectors.
  • Time management will help you develop decision-making skills.
  • In this context, many interactive sessions between students and peers (industrial experts, alumni, entrepreneurs, and others) were organised.
Sl. No. Name of the student Mail ID Contact Number Name of the Employer

1.

MANJUNATH V manjubai220@gmail.com   9751536988 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD

2.

POOVARASAN K poovarasank143@gmail.com 9159267379  AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
3. MURUGAN P muruganauto92@gmail.com 9159267379  AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
4. NAVEEN C navinnate33@gmail.com 9976618611  AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
5. BALAJI V balajiauto1999@gmail.com 9677514377  AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
6. GOHULDAS G thilagamgokuldas744@gmail.com 9025489450 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
7. MAHENDIRAN M mahendranmadesh777@gmail.com 8012682472 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
8. ARUN KUMAR M

arundreams77@gmail.com

9677514377 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE
9. RUDRESH N rudreshnr77@gmail.com 8675149040 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE
10. ABINASH S abiram2125@gmail.com  9677514377 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE
11. LOGANATHAN M loganathanauto21@gmail.com 9025489450 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
12. JANARTHANAN C janapovi@gmail.com 7639428462 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE, Salem
13. ANTONY SAGAYARAJ vinothrajjesus15@gmail.com 9080168746 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM, Salem
14. ARAVINDH H  aravinthstylish2345@gmail.com      9600586840 FAURECIA, CHENNAI
15. NANDHA KUMAR N nandhanandha1013@gmail.com    7448461013 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM, Salem
16. PRAKASH V prakashvselvi@gmail.com 7639388910 FAURECIA CHENNAI
17. PRAKASH RAJ S romanreignskumar31633@gmail.com 8056338616 FAURECIA CHENNAI
18. SRINIVASAN P srinivasan1240@gmail.com 9486692466 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
19. GOWTHAM D gowthamchaseinhell@gmail.com 6380800699 FAURECIA CHENNAI
20. SANJIV M msanjiv36@gmail.com 9786800908 FAURECIA CHENNAI
21. ABISHEK L samujsabishekjs@gmail.com 9944158466 FAURECIA CHENNAI
22. AJITH N ajithsmith228@gmail.com 9894921777 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM, Salem
23. DEEPAK .S deepaktiny229@gmail.com 9597960587 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD