About Us

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and most prestigious engineering departments in the engineering disciplines. The fundamentals of force, energy, and motion are concerned by the program along with physics and mathematics. This discipline includes elements of aerospace, electrical, civil, chemical, and even material science and bio-engineering. Material science, metallurgy, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, product design, and manufacturing processes are all coming under core subjects. Mechanical engineers apply their knowledge of design, manufacturing, and operating processes to enhance and understand the real-time problems in depth.

Investigate and making improvements ways to solve problems in manufacturing, thermal, and related industries employing current technologies such as 2D, 3D modelling, and solid modelling generated by computer Aided Design (CAD) in a more efficient and effective manner. The key technological techniques extensively employed to provide the ideal solution for the real-time problems of the industry are finite element analysis (FEM), computational fluid dynamics (CFD), digital manufacturing, computer aided manufacturing (CAM), and computer integrated manufacturing (CIM). Furthermore, in modern enterprises, a tool called product lifecycle management (PLM) is used to manage a product’s complete life cycle.

Robotics, additive manufacturing, 3D printing technology, automation, reverse engineering, industrial ergonomics, tribology, mechanical instrumentation, aero modelling, and maintenance are only a few examples of related professions. Mechanical engineering’s principle attention areas include textile, transport, locomotive, fabrication, structural, erection, oil and gas refinery, power plants, leather industries and renewable energy etc, where they have a lot of career opportunities.

HIGHLIGHTS OF DEPARTMENT

  • Internship, In-plant Training and Value Added courses through the MOU Industries which are MAXCADD – Coimbatore, CII- Indian Green Building Council, S S Fasteners Private Limited, Sakthi Auto Component Limited, Thriveni Car Company, M M Gears Private Limited.
  • Career opportunities in core & Reputed Industries like TVS Private Limited , Texmo Industries, Universal Engineering Works.
  • Our alumni are working in Aero Space Engineering Private Limited, Mahindra First choice, SKS Automobiles, Indo shell mould Limited, Aquaflow precision components, Tridentauto Honda, etc.,
  • Experienced Faculties, subject experts and Practical trainers from government college background providing the current trend scenario and technologies.
  • Equipped laboratory facilities for carving the students with latest and advanced technologies.
  • Providing Platform for students for bringing out the talents voluntarily in sports, (inter – intra) cultural activities and social responsibilities.
  • Aptitude trainings and assessments are provided to students for facing GATE & government sector exams.
  • Entrepreneurship Activities and support for students to make their own STARTUP.
  • To enhance skills providing CNC turning and CNC Milling.
  • To update the latest technology in the field of additive Manufacturing providing hands on training programs through Mechanical Incubation centre with 3D printer.

Vision

Arise to the global level for outstanding education and research in Mechanical Engineering leading towards competent Mechanical engineers.

Mission

  • Produce engineers with skills in the field of production, design, thermal, industrial and automation engineering by imparting interdisciplinary engineering and sciences education.
  • Maintaining state of the art research facilities to provide collaborative environment that stimulates faculty, staff, and students with opportunities to create, analyze, apply, and disseminate knowledge.
  • Imparting highest quality education to the students to build their capacity and enhancing their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.

HOD Message

 

Dr.J.Sivakumar
HOD/ Associate Professor

It is my pleasure and honour to welcome you to the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Annapoorana Engineering College, which is one of the premier institutions of Tamilnadu. We started our journey in the year of 2010. Department has grown significantly over the years and currently offers degrees in UG. Also Department is accredited by the NAAC “A” and has also been acknowledged by various renowned agencies.

To keep pace with the evolving technology, there is an increasing demand for engineers who are good at creative and logical thinking, analytical skills and are versatile. To meet this demand, the department grooms students to excel in the field of technology which aims to produce multi-faceted engineers with a high level of analytical and engineering design skills. Our motto is to upgrade skills and knowledge of young engineers to enable them to survive in the competitive world and hence they are always encouraged to participate in various technical and extra-curricular events.

To groom students on various fronts, the department has well-qualified, trained and committed faculty members to improve knowledge, skills and attitude of the students by evoking required expertise from industries. We provide good technical support and give individual attention to all the students through mentoring system. Department has the best track record of good results. Department is actively holding numerous value-added programs to develop technical skills and expertise of students and faculty.

I hope and feel confident that our students, with their broad exposure to academic and professional fields, will leave mark wherever they go, nationally or globally.

We continue on this journey with our commitment to excellence. We welcome you to our Department and would like to be part of your success.

I wish all the students and faculty a very good academic career.

Sincerely, and with best wishes,

 

 

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S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATIONS DESIGNATION PHOTO
1. Dr.S.SENTHILKUMAR M.E,Phd., PROFESSOR
2. Dr.J.SIVAKUMAR M.E,Phd., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/HOD
3. Dr.M.VAIRAVEL   M.E,Phd., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
4. Mr. M.P.MOHANRAJ B.E.,M.E ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
5. Mr.V.Moorthy B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR
6. Mr.M.RANJITHKUMAR B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR
7. Mr.P.SAKTHIVEL B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR
8. Mr.J.BOOPATHI B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR

9. Mr.M.GOVINDARAJ B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR
10. Mr.B.PRABHU B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR
11. Mr.S.KANNAN B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT  PROFESSOR
12. Mr.E.HARIHARAN B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
13. Mr.J.RAMESH B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Program Outcomes (PO’S)

After completion of the course, B. E Mechanical 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

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Graduates shall

PEO 1 Have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and have expertise in the areas of Design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing.
PEO 2 Contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices.
PEO 3 Practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility and adapt to evolving technologies through life-long learning.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The students will have

PSO1: Ability to analyze, design, develop and implement the concepts of mechanical systems and processes towards product development.

PSO2: Exposure to Industrial practices and acquires the ability to serve in the core industries.

Course Outcomes

Regulation- 2017 (III SEM)

MA8353 -Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Solve First, Second order homogeneous and non homogeneous partial differential equations
CO2 Find the Fourier series of a given function satisfying Dirchlet’s condition.
CO3 Apply Fourier series to solve one dimensional wave, one and two dimensional heat equations.
CO4 Determine Fourier transform for a given function and use them to evaluate certain definite Integrals
CO5 Determine z transforms of standard functions and use them to solve difference equations

ME8391 – Engineering Thermodynamics

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the first law of thermodynamics for simple open and closed systems under steady and unsteady conditions.
CO2 Apply second law of thermodynamics to open and closed systems and calculate entropy and availability.
CO3 Apply Rankine cycle to steam power plant and compare few cycle improvement methods.
CO4 Derive simple thermodynamic relations of ideal and real gases.
CO5 Calculate the properties of gas mixtures and moist air and its use in psychometric processes.

CE8394 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COUSRE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply mathematical knowledge to predict the properties and characteristics of a fluid
CO2 Can analyze and calculate and major and minor losses associated with pipe flow in piping networks
CO3 Can Mathematically predict the nature of physical quantities
CO4 Can critically analyze the performance of pumps
CO5 Can critically analyze the performance of turbines

ME8351 Manufacturing Technology I

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Use the basic casting concepts to produce engineering components
CO2 Apply the different types of welding techniques for to join ferrous and non-ferrous metals
CO3 Work in steel industries to do forging, rolling, drawing, extrutions, etc
CO4 Develop sheet components by using metal forming techniques
CO5 Processing plastic material based engineering components by use of different moulding techniques

EE8353 Electrical Drives And Control

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 To understand the concepts of DC & AC dives
CO2 To analysis control techniques to electrical motors
CO3 To applying electrical drive for engineering applications
CO4 Evaluate the Concepts of speed control in DC Machines
CO5 Evaluate the Concepts of speed control in AC Machines

ME8361 Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – I

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Select the given part drawing and choose the machining process
CO2 Design and select the tools for suitable machining process
CO3 Apply the manufacturing ideas to determine depth of cut, feed rate and various machining parameters
CO4 Recognize the need of the given parts
CO5 Design and analyze the machining sequence to produce the part in a economical manner

ME8381 Computer Aided Machine Drawing

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge to create 2D and 3D models of engineering components
CO2 Estimate the position of a geometric element on a space by the concept of coordinate system
CO3 Construct various elements of a machine with the use of drafting and modeling software packages
CO4 Apply various concepts of Engineering Drawing in the design of mechanical systems
CO5 Optimize the design by doing modification in the existing one with easy and quicker way

EE8361 Electrical Engineering Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the parameters of a given transformer
CO2 Apply the testing procedures for a given AC & DC machine
CO3 Apply the speed control techniques on the AC & DC motor
CO4 Analyze the performance of a given AC &DC machines under different load conditions.
CO5 Evaluate the performance of the given transformer

HS8381 Interpersonal Skills / Listening & Speaking

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Read and evaluate the text intelligently and Understand parts of speech and use appropriate connectives in writing a paragraph
CO2 To write effective job application letter and Implement speed reading techniques.
CO3 Perform critical thinking in various professional contexts and To prepare descriptive and narrative writing.
CO4 Exhibit ethical principles in engineering practices and Perform task as an individual
CO5 team member to manage the task in time

Regulation- 2017 (IV SEM)

MA8452 Statistics and Numerical method

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

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.

ME8492 Kinematics Of Machinery

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Discuss the basics of mechanism
CO2 Calculate velocity and acceleration in simple mechanisms
CO3 Develop CAM profiles
CO4 Solve problems on gears and gear trains
CO5 Examine friction in machine elements

 

ME8451 Manufacturing Technology II

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and select the suitable tools and cutter for suitable machine operation
CO2 Identify the function machine tools like lathe and drilling machine
CO3 Identify the function of special machines like shaper, Slotter, Planer and Milling machine
CO4 Involve in surface finishing operation by using different abrasives
CO5 Develop CNC part programming for Various types of CNC Machine

ME8491 Engineering Metallurgy

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Explain alloys and phase diagram, Iron-Iron carbon diagram and steel classification.
CO2 Explain isothermal transformation, continuous cooling diagrams and different heat treatment processes.
CO3 Clarify the effect of alloying elements on ferrous and non-ferrous metals
CO4 Summarize the properties and applications of non metallic materials.
CO5 Explain the testing of mechanical properties.

CE8395 Strength of Materials For Mechanical Engineering

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply mathematical knowledge to find the deformation behavior of simple structures while designing.
CO2 Design and analyze the beams with calculation of shear force, bending moment, bending stress and shear stress
CO3 Design the power transmission and energy storing bodies
CO4 Design and analyze the beams with calculation of deflection and slope
CO5 Design and analyze cylindrical shells like fuel tanks, boilers, furnaces etc.,

ME8493 – Thermal Engineering I

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply thermodynamic concepts to different air standard cycles and solve problems.
CO2 Solve problems in single stage and multistage air compressors
CO3 Explain the functioning and features of IC engines, components and auxiliaries.
CO4 Calculate performance parameters of IC Engines.
CO5 Explain the flow in Gas turbines and solve problems

ME 8462 Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – II

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Use different machine tools to manufacturing gears.
CO2 Handle the different machining gear generating process like gear hobbing operations
CO3 Use the different machine tools for finishing operations
CO4 Evaluate the forces involved, power required during metal cutting and machining time calculations.
CO5 Handle the manufacture tools using cutter grinder

CE8351 Strength Of Materials And Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Ability to perform the mechanical properties of materials when subjected to different types of loading
CO2 Can Analyze changing the properties of materials when subjected to different types of heat treatment
CO3 Design and select suitable pumps for various application
CO4 Design and select suitable turbines for various application
CO5 Can analyze and calculate the fluid losses associated with pipe flow

HS8461 Advanced Reading and Writing

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Read and evaluate the text intelligently and Understand parts of speech and use appropriate connectives in writing a paragraph
CO2 To write effective job application letter and Implement speed reading techniques.
CO3 Perform critical thinking in various professional contexts and To prepare descriptive and narrative writing.

Regulation- 2017 (V SEM)

ME8593 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the basic measurement system, standards and Calibration of instruments
CO2 Understand the operation of different measuring instruments and applications
CO3 Analyze the measuring parameters such as roundness, Flatness etc.
CO4 Applying the procedures for the computerized measuring machines for all the manufacturing applications
CO5 Implementation of various practices in the field of metrology through the various practices

ME8501 Metrology and Measurements

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the basic measurement system, standards and Calibration of instruments
CO2 Understand the operation of different measuring instruments and applications
CO3 Analyze the measuring parameters such as roundness, Flatness etc.
CO4 Applying the procedures for the computerized measuring machines for all the manufacturing applications
CO5 Implementation of various practices in the field of metrology through the various practices

ME8594 Dynamics Of Machines

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understand the force and torque acting on the reciprocating engine and also estimating the same
CO2 Estimate the balancing of rotating and reciprocating masses.
CO3 Predict the vibration and their effects in machines.
CO4 Examine the vibration transmission and isolation in machines
CO5 Evaluate the range of speed of the governor and control the moving mechanisms

OAT551 – Automotive System

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and modification of chassis and construction of Automobile vehicles
CO2 Maintain and service the injection system, ignition system, lubrication systems and emission system.
CO3 Design of transmission system such as clutch, gear box and differentials and their operatives.
CO4 Select the suitable steering, suspension and battery system for automobile vehicles
CO5 Design of Anti-locking brake system and components.

OIM552 – Lean Manufacturing

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the tools in Lean manufacturing to reduce waste and saves recourses.
CO2 Design and Development of layout and to implement micro level techniques in lean manufacturing.
CO3 Enhancement of lean manufacturing by using various philosophies which helps to sustain an organization.
CO4 Experimenting the lean manufacturing by following some statistical considerations.
CO5 Analyze the existing studies on lean manufacturing so as to implement the concepts in an organisation

ME8511 Kinematics and Dynamics Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Estimate the mass moment of inertia of flywheels
CO2 Convert the unbalanced rotating system into completely balanced
CO3 Compare the frequency of different types of vibration in analytical and theoretical mode
CO4 Examine the critical speed of the different sizes of shaft with functional mode
CO5 Experimental evaluation the range of speed of the different of governor and gyroscopic effect principle.

ME8512 – Thermal Engineering Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 conduct tests on heat conduction apparatus and evaluate thermal conductivity of materials.
CO2 conduct tests on natural and forced convective heat transfer apparatus and evaluate heat transfer coefficient.
CO3 conduct tests on radiative heat transfer apparatus and evaluate Stefan Boltzmann constant and emissivity.
CO4 conduct tests to evaluate the performance of parallel/counter flow heat exchanger apparatus and reciprocating air compressor.
CO5 conduct tests to evaluate the performance of refrigeration and air conditioning test rigs.

ME 6531 Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Demonstrate the knowledge/skills on measurements of length, angle, surface and form measurements
CO2 Demonstrate the knowledge/skills on measurements of length, angle, surface and form measurements
CO3 Handle different measurements tools and perform measurements in quality impulsion
CO4 Understand the calibration of linear and angular measuring instruments
CO5 Analyze the quality of a product through various measuring instruments

Regulation- 2017 (VI SEM)

ME8651 Design of Transmission Systems

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the concepts of design to belts, chains and rope drives.
CO2 Apply the concepts of design to spur, helical gears.
CO3 Apply the concepts of design to worm and bevel gears.
CO4 Apply the concepts of design to gear boxes .
CO5 Apply the concepts of design to cams, brakes and clutches

ME8096 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the concept of compressible flows in variable area ducts
CO2 Apply the concept of compressible flows in constant area ducts.
CO3 Examine the effect of compression and expansion waves in compressible flow.
CO4 Use the concept of gas dynamics in Jet Propulsion.
CO5 Apply the concept of gas dynamics in Space Propulsion.

ME8691 Computer Aided Design And Manufacturing

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design a mechanical component with basic design procedure and basic geometric backgrounds used in CAD software.
CO2 Implement the geometric modeling concepts and mathematical interpolation (Basic Engineering Drawing) to CAD software.
CO3 Summarize the different types of standard system used in CAD and also Exchange the drawing
CO4 file as forma to other file format.
CO5 Apply NC & CNC programming concepts to develop part programme for lathe & milling machines

ME8693 – Heat and Mass Transfer

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply principles of heat and mass transfer to basic engineering systems.
CO2 Analyze heat transfer by conduction, convection and Radiation.
CO3 Design and analyze the performance of heat exchangers and evaporators
CO4 Analyze diffusion processes and calculate the flux in a diffusion process
CO5 Ability to design and analyze reactor heating and cooling systems

ME8692 Finite Element Analysis

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Summarize the basics of finite element formulation
CO2 Apply finite element formulations to solve one dimensional Problem.
CO3 Apply finite element formulations to solve two dimensional scalar Problems.
CO4 Apply finite element method to solve two dimensional Vector problems.
CO5 Apply finite element method to solve problems on iso parametric element and dynamic Problems.

ME8694 Hydraulics And Pneumatics

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Explain the fluid power and operation of different types of pumps
CO2 Summarize the features and functions of hydraulic motors, actuators and flow control valves
CO3 Explain the different types of hydraulic circuits and systems
CO4 Explain the working of different pneumatic circuits and systems
CO5 Summarize the various trouble shooting methods and applications of hydraulic and pneumatic systems

ME8091 – Automobile Engineering

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Recognize the various parts of the automobile and their functions and materials.
CO2 Discuss the engine auxiliary systems and engine emission control.
CO3 Distinguish the working of different types of transmission systems.
CO4 Explain the Steering, Brakes and Suspension Systems.
CO5 Predict possible alternate sources of energy for IC Engines.

PR8591 Welding Technology

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply Basic concepts of welding in joining of parts for various application
CO2 Apply the concepts of electrical resistance in joining of parts for various application
CO3 Apply the concepts of solid state welding without filler rod and electrical energy so as to save the energy and human resources and to control the air pollution.
CO4 Apply special concepts of welding for to join the parts in rural area like forest, under sea water, artic places etc.,
CO5 Design and testing of welded joints for to avoid failure of parts.

ME8681 CAD / CAM Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge to CNC control in modern manufacturing system.
CO2 Develop the CNC part program for to perform automated manufacturing.
CO3 Design and Modeling the Various Mechanical components with basic graphic standards
CO4 Use of the modern concepts for Research and Development.
CO5 Design and simulate the various Mechanical problems

ME8682 Design and Fabrication Project

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design the engineering parts using 1D modeling software
CO2 Simulate the CNC machine operation using modern simulation software so as to avoid collision between work and tools
CO3 Develop the CNC program without any error using modern software.
CO4 Work in CNC based companies
CO5 Do the work accurately so as to reduce wastage of resource material and give the mass production

Regulation- 2017 (VII SEM)

ME8792 Power Plant Engineering

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Improve the efficiency of thermal power plant ,gas turbine power plants and diesel power plants
CO2 Effective utilization of energy resources by combined power plant cycles technique for sustainable development of country
CO3 Use the nuclear fuels to generate the power without causing hazardous pollution to the public health and safety.
CO4 Identify the new methodologies
CO5 Technologies for effective utilization of renewable energy sources for power to generate the power.

ME8793 Process Planning and Cost Estimation

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Understanding the Process planning and production equipment and for selection
CO2 Design and analysis of Jigs and Fixtures Economic of process planning, Evaluate the different case studies
CO3 Estimation of Man materials and Overhead expenses, Evaluate the depreciation cost
CO4 Estimation of Forging Welding & Foundry ship
CO5 Estimation of Machining time for Lathe operation and special machines of Drilling, Shaping, Grinding and Milling

ME8791 Mechatronics

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge of mechatronics to provide solutions for complex problems automation
CO2 Analyse various automation related problems in real time industrial requirements
CO3 Use research based knowledge to provide valid conclusions related to automation safety and environmental issues
CO4 Select appropriate control system to suite industrial application in emerging field of automation
CO5 Design a mechatronics system with appropriate electro mechanical technology.

ME8073 Unconventional Machining Processes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Think the alternative solution for mechanical problem rather than traditional process.
CO2 Use the alternative mechanical energy based process so that overcome problems faced in traditional processes.
CO3 Also Use the alternative Electrical energy based process so that overcome problems faced in traditional processes.
CO4 Apply the concept of chemical energy for to do machining process without physical contact between tool and work piece.
CO5 Do the machining process using thermal energy so that to obtain large size of process

GE8077 Total Quality Management

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply familiarity and a working knowledge of the principles and practice of quality management, quality control and assurance.
CO2 Use the terminology, methods and tools which are essential for the quality practitioner, planner and decision – maker
CO3 Develop skills of analyzing and improving quality by utilizing techniques and methods of total quality management.
CO4 Improve productivity by applying six-sigma quality and statistical process control.
CO5 Apply the ISO principles for to develop the quality standards with proper documentation.

ME8711 Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Do the analysis of in civil structural application
CO2 Design and analysis of Engineering elements like shaft, base, brackets etc.,
CO3 Analyze the dynamic components so as to identify the amplitude of vibration
CO4 Apply heat transfer analysis in power plant engineering, Automobiles, Heat engines etc.,
CO5 Find out the any mechanism motion using modern software.

ME8781 Mechatronics Laboratory

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and automation of mechanical machines with help of various pneumatic and hydraulic systems
CO2 Use the modern technology to control the dynamic motion of engineering elements
CO3 Apply the knowledge of automation in various kinds of public issues to give appropriate solution
CO4 Solution of need for public to continuous technological improvement so as to create sustainable development
CO5 Use the Mechatronics knowledge to work in automation industries

ME8712 Technical Seminar

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Attend any competitive exam efficiently
CO2 Apply basic mechanical knowledge in Design, Manufacturing, Thermal and Automation sides.
CO3 Innovate new idea of projects in the field of Design, Manufacturing, Thermal and Automation sides.

Regulation- 2017 (VIII SEM)

MG8591 Principles of Management

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Demonstrate clear understanding of management functions like planning, organizing, staffing, controlling and observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces on the current practices of management
CO2 Describe the organizational environment including the global environment and discuss international aspects of management
CO3 Compare and contrast the roles of a manager as planner, decision maker, and strategist Analyze organizational structure, organizational control and culture
CO4 describe the communication process including the ability to compare and contrast motivational and leadership theories
CO5 Recognize the link between planning and controlling, and the various means by which managers measure and compare performance to objectives

IE8693 Production Planning and Control

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Recognize the objectives, functions, applications of PPC and
forecasting techniques
CO2 Understand different work study technique
CO3 Prepare production planning and control activities
CO4 Prepare production planning and control activities such as product
planning, production scheduling
CO5 Prepare inventory control and plan manufacturing requirement
Planning (MRP II) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

ME8811 Project Work

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

 

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Identify a problem in mechanical engineering field through literature survey.
CO2 Construct a design to overcome its problems
CO3 Make use of analysis, to confirm the identity
CO4 Predict motion/heat transfer using simulation tools
CO5 Select the optimum design

Syllabus

REGULATION SYLLABUS
2008
2013
2017

Lab Facilities

LIST OF MECHANICAL LABORATORIES

1. Engineering Practices Laboratory
2. Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – I
3. Computer Aided Machine Drawing Laboratory
4. Manufacturing Technology Laboratory–II
5. Kinematics and Dynamics Laboratory
6. Thermal Engineering Laboratory
7. Metrology and Measurements Laboratory
8. CAD/CAM Laboratory
9. Simulation and Analysis Laboratory
10. Mechatronics Laboratory

Engineering Practice Laboratory

Lab Incharge : Mr.M.Ranjithkumar

Lab Technician: Mr.N.Athiyappan

Engineering Practice Lab is equipped with fabricate carpentry components and pipe connections including plumbing works, use welding equipments to join the structures, carry out the basic machining operations and make the models using sheet metal works. This Lab is well designed to provide adequate space and convenience to the students and the Lab is equipped with sufficient number of components well enough to accommodate 4 students per group for doing the experiment, so that students get the best exposure and confidence.

Manufacturing Technology Lab

Lab Incharge : Mr. P.Sakthivel

Lab Technician: Mr.T.Dhanasekaran

The Manufacturing Technology Laboratory is one of the department’s largest laboratories, which is equipped with a sufficient number of machines as prescribed in the curriculum and subsequently. The laboratory is equipped with a lathe, slot machine, milling machine, drill, grinder and lathe. The laboratory is well lit and well ventilated. The laboratory is equipped with computer facilities for a better learning experience.

Computer Aided Machine Drawing Laboratory

Lab Incharge : Mr.M.Ranjithkumar

Lab Technician : Mr.S.Selvam

The CAD introduces student to the process planning and the tools that are needed to carry for process planning. Process planning is an engineering activity that determines the appropriate procedures for transforming raw materials into a final product as specified by an engineering design. Engineering designs are conventionally documented using detailed diagrams indicating important design characteristics such as dimensions, tolerances, materials, and other pertinent specifications. Even though these diagrams convey a large amount of information about a design, they are incomplete in that they do not describe the manufacturing steps necessary to produce the final part.

Kinematics & Dynamics Laboratory

Lab Incharge : Mr. J.Boopathi

Lab Technician : Mr. N. Athiyappan

Mechanisms form the basis of any machine and it is an assemblage of rigid bodies so that they move upon each other with definite relative motion. Objectives of this lab are to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. With the study of rigid bodies motions and forces for the transmission systems, machine kinematics and dynamics can be well understood.

Demonstration exercises are provided with wide varieties of transmission element models to understand machine kinematics. Various experiments with governors, gyroscopes, balancing machines and universal vibration facilities are available to understand machine dynamics.

Metrology and Measurement Laboratory

Lab Incharge : Mr.M.Govindaraj

Lab Technician: Mr.T.Dhanasekaran

Metrology and Measurement Laboratory is familiar with different measurement, equipments and use of this industry for quality inspection. This lab is well designed to provide adequate space and convenience to the students and the lab is equipped with sufficient number of components well enough to accommodate 4 students per group for doing the experiment, so that students get the best exposure and confidence. Upon the Completion of Course, students are able to handle different measurement tools and perform measurements in quality impulsion. Metrology and Measurement Laboratory is used for third year, fifth semester student.

Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

Lab Incharge : Mr.E.Hariharan

Lab Technician: Mr.S.Selvam

Simulation & Analysis Laboratory is used to give exposure to software tools needed to analyze engineering problems and to expose the students to different applications of simulation and analysis tools. This Lab is equipped with centralized air conditioner and well designed to provide adequate space and convenience to the students and the lab is equipped with sufficient number of components well enough to accommodate students doing the experiments individually, So that, students get the best exposure and confidence.

Mechatronics Lab

Lab Incharge : Mr. S.Kannan

Lab Technician: Mr. N. Athiyappan

Mechatronics Laboratory is used to know the method of programming the microprocessor, and also the design, modeling & analysis of basic electrical, hydraulic & pneumatic systems, which enables the students to understand the concept of mechatronics. The lab is equipped with sufficient number of components well enough to accommodate students doing the experiment individually, So that, Students get the best exposure and confidence.

Thermal Engineering Laboratory

Lab Incharge     : Mr. J.Ramesh

Lab Technician: Mr. N. Athiyappan

 The lab consists of various equipment which describe basic heat transfer modes of conduction, convection, radiation,  refrigeration and air conditioning equipment value timing diagram and performance of IC Engines, characteristics of fuels/lubricates is used in IC Engine. The lab is mainly utilized by students of mechanical engineering department.

Faculty Achievements

Books /Chapters Publication By Faculty Members

Sl.No Name Title of the book /Chapter ISBN No Edition Publication
1 M.Ranjithkumar P.Sakthivel M.Govindaraj

Computer integrated manufacturing

system

9789389658149 First Edition Shanlax publications
2

S.Punithan J.Boopathi C.Shankar

Unconventional machining process

9789389658132 First Edition Shanlax publications
3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian, Dr.M.Vairavel

Hybrid fiber reinforced composites and process techniques

978-93-90082-

38-4

First Edition

SHANLAX

Publication

4

Dr.C.Thiruvasagam Dr.S.Saravanan Dr.M.Vairavel  Er.P.Vignesh  Er.S.Arunachalam Er.M.Vignesh Er.K.Vignesh

Dual Fibre Reinforced Composites Using Automotive Materials

978-81-

947343-3-8

First Edition Kalaivani Publishers
5

Dr. S. Saravanan, Dr.C. Thiruvasagam, Dr.M. Vairavel, Miss.Vidhya Saravanan, Anaitullah, Ashok Sah,Karan Kumar.S.Abhishek Kumar

Methods and Measurements of Spring Back Evaluation

978-81-

947343-5-2

First Edition Kalaivani Publishers
6

Dr. R. Pugazhenthi, Er.M. Vairavel, Dr. S.Kavitha, Dr. P. Vivek,Er. R.Girimurugan, Er.T. Suresh

Problems Findings Friction Stir Welding on Dissimilar Material Process

978-81-

947343-6-9

First Edition Kalaivani Publishers
7

Dr. C.Thiruvasagam, Prof. M. Vairavel, Er.R. Vishnudas, Er. S.Dinesh Kumar, Er. S.Thendralvan, Er.Tinupappachen

Problem Enhancements In Dual Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites

978-81-

947343-2-1

First Edition Kalaivani Publishers

List Of Patents By Faculty Members

SL. NO

Name of the patenting teacher Name of the Patent Status Month & Year Reference Number Country Applicant / Inventor
1 M.Vairavel J.Bensamraj R.Pugazhenthi

High Strength LightweightAu xetic Ameba Helmet

IP

India

JAN – 2021

ANCZ- 202110

00

India M.Vairavel
2 R.Manivannan S.Prabakar G.Kathiresan M.Vairavel

COVID-19 Special Multipurpose self cooling Baby care spoon set

IP Australi a

JAN – 2021

ANCZ- 211007

2892

Australi a M.Vairavel

Faculty Journal Publications

SL.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY TITLE OF THE PAPER NAME OF THE JOURNAL
1

Abdul Rahaman, R. Girimurugan, M.Vairavel,

Karthi,K. Karthikeyan, G.Tharma Prakash

Effect of Eggshell Particles Addition on Mechanical Properties of Jute Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Resin Matrix Bio-Composites – An Experimental Study Journal of Critical Reviews 

N.Senniangiri, R.Girimurugan, M.Vairavel, C.Boopathiraja,P.Dineshkumar

Exploring The Mechanical Properties Of The Polyjet Printed

Verowhite Specimens 

Journal of Critical Reviews 

VairavelPughazhenthi

Girimurugan

Vinothkumar

N.Poornachandiran

Effects of Wear Characterizationanalysis of The Friction Stir Weldedjoints In Aluminum Alloy Al3116-Cu Anda384 – Cu Journal of physical and chemical data reference 
4 M. Vairavel, Structural and Thermal Research of Steam Turbine Blades by Finite Element Method International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)
5 M. Vairavel, Experimental Impact on Mechanical Characteristics of Banana Fiber Reinforced, Groundnut Shell Powder Filled Epoxy Resin Matrix Bio Composites International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)
6

S.Punithan,

A Rajeshkumar , J.Boopathi,

M. Ranjithkumar

Thermal analysis coated diesel engine piston for various coating ansys thickness General of Information and Computational Science
7

M.Ranjith Kumar

M.Govindaraj

P.Sakthivel

J.Boopathi

Development of Temperature Time and Pressure Time Diagrams Fordiffusion Bonding Ti “Aa7075” Dissimilar Materials

Sambodhi

(UGC Care Journal

8

Dr.Venkatesh S

Mohanraj M.P,

Kannan.S

Punithan.S

Optimization of Surface Finish on Grinding Outer Diameter

Sambodhi

(UGC Care Journal

9 S.Krishnakumar, T.K.Kannan, Sachin S Raj, M.Sudhagar,vairavel An Assessment of Mechanical Characteristics of Al 6061 Reinforced with SiC and Bagasse Fly Ash Hybrid MMC International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering
10 Sachin S Raj, T.K.Kannan, S.Krishnakumar, M.Sudhagar, M.Vairavel Mechanical Characteristics and Corrosion Characteristics of Fly Ash Particulates of Bagasse Reinforced Al 6061 Composite Materials International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering
11 S.Krishnakumar, T.K.Kannan, Sachin S Raj, M.Sudhagar, M.Vairavel An Assessment of Mechanical Characteristics of Al 6061 Reinforced with SiC and Bagasse Fly Ash Hybrid MMC International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering
12 Sachin S Raj, T.K.Kannan, S.Krishnakumar, M.Sudhagar, M.Vairavel Mechanical Characteristics and Corrosion Characteristics of Fly Ash Particulates of Bagasse Reinforced AL 6061 Composite Materials International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering
13 M.Ranjith Kumar M.Govindaraj P.Sakthivel J.Boopathi Development of Temperature Time and Pressure Time Diagrams For diffusion Bonding Ti “Aa7075” Dissimilar Materials sambodhi (UGC Care Journal
14

Dr.Venkatesh S

Mohanraj M.P,

Kannan.S

Punithan.S

Optimization of Surface Finish on Grinding Outer Diameter

Sambodhi

(UGC Care Journal

15

 

M. Vairavel,

Mechanical Properties of Banana Fiber Reinforced Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) Matrix Composite: Effect of Chemical Treatment by Alkaline Medium AEGAEUM JOURNAL
16 M. Vairavel, Design and Optimization of Convergent Angle of an Abrasive Water Jet-Machining Nozzle Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) AEGAEUM JOURNAL
17 M. Vairavel Thermal analysis of laser assisted machining cutting tool with Inconel 718 and Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) material by Finite Element Method (FEM) AEGAEUM JOURNAL
18 J. Sivakumar, Karthik Babu N.B M.P. Mohanraj, B. Prabhu, E. Hariharan, J. Ramesh, Investigations on the tensile properties of the Inconel 625 alloy at high temperature by Activated flux tungsten inert gas welding (A-TIG) (2021) International centre for
research and resource development,
19

J. Sivakumar, Karthik Babu N.B, M.P. Mohanraj,

E. Hariharan, M. Ranjithkumar

A New Perception of Activated Flux Tungsten Inert
Gas (A-TIG) Welding Techniques for Various Materials

International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)
 

Faculty Activities (Conference, FDP, Workshop, Seminars, Hands On Training)

Sl.No DATE NAME EVENT TITLE COLLEGE NAME
1

16-06-2020 to 20-06-2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR FDP

Advanced & Research Opportunities In Internal Combustion Engines

Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology and Science
2

18-05-2020 to 22-05-2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR FDP

Modelling and Optimization Techniques for Materials and Manufacturing

Processes

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering
3

9-05-2020

to

10-05-2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR,

S KANNAN

FDP

Challenges and Innovation in Renewable Energy Technologies by 2020

Thagore Institute of Engineering and Technology
4

15.06.2020

to 19.06.2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR

P SAKTHIVEL

FDP

Manufacturing, Machining and Testing of Composites

Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology
5

07-05-2020

to

13-05-2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR Webinar series

Exploring Outcome Based

Education (obe) and NBA Process

Knowledge Institute of Engineering
6

15-05-2020

to

16-05-2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR

GOVINDARAJ M

Workshop Additive Manufacturing S.A. Engineering college
7

5-05-2020

to

08-05- 2020

GOVINDARAJ M webinar

Stress and Time Management, Communication Skills for

Entrepreneur

Mahendra Engineering College
8 07-05-2020 GOVINDARAJ M Workshop Research Scopes in Mechanical Science

Chennai Institute of Technology, Chennai

9

13-05-2020 to 15-05-2020

GOVINDARAJ M

S KANNAN

Workshop

Future of Entrepreneurship and Employment Opportunities

Nehru Institute of Tecnology.
10

18-05-2020 to

22-05-2020

GOVINDARAJ M FDP

Modelling and Optimization Techniques for Materials and Manufacturing Processes

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College Of Engineering,
11

25-05-2020 to

29-05-2020

GOVINDARAJ M Symposium Teaching and Learning: A Global Perspective

GURU KASHI University, Punjab

12

07-06-2020 to

25-06-2020

GOVINDARAJ M

National Level Add ON Programme

ANSYS Workbench & CFD Analysis Santhiram Engineering College, Nandyal
13

19-06-2020

to

23-06-2020

V.MOORTHI FDP

Advanced In Biotechnology and Chemical

VEL TECH –

Chennai

14

21-05-2020

to

25-05-2020

V.MOORTHI FDP

“National Level Faculty Development Programme on Advanced Engineering

Materials”

Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education
15

15-06-2020

to

19-06-2020

V.MOORTHI FDP Explore electrical Engineering In Industrial Application Manakula Vinayagar Institute of Technology
16

29-06-2020

to

02-06-2020

V.MOORTHI FDP

Recent Innovations and Futuristic Scope for Research in Internal Combustion

Engines

St. Joseph’s College of Engineering
17

20-05-2020

to

24-05-2020

V.MOORTHI FDP

Materials for Thermal and Renewable Energy

Research

Sai Ram Institute of Technology
18

05-06-2020 to

09-06-2020

V.MOORTHI FDP CFD and Engineering Simulation Sai Ram Engineering College
19

29-06-2020 to

03-07-2020

M.RANJITHKUMARP SAKTHIVEL FDP Open FOAM

V.K.R, V.N.B &

A.G.K College of Engineering

20

16-12-2020 to

21-12-2020

M.RANJITHKUMARP SAKTHIVEL STTP

Modeling and Computational Techniques for Multiphase Systems

K.S.R. College of Engineering
21

30-06-2020 to

04-07-2020.

M.RANJITHKUMAR FDP

An Overview on Automobile and Mechanical Engineering

Annapoorana Engineering College
22

13-07-2020 to

17-07-2020

M.RANJITHKUMAR FDP

Finite Element Analysis Practice

and MATLAB

Tontadarya College of Engineering

23

8-07-2020 to

10-07-2020

M.RANJITHKUMARP SAKTHIVELS KANNAN FDP Recent Advances in Material Science St.Joseph’s Institute Technology
24 01-07-2020 GOVINDARAJ M FDP

Everyone can

become an Inspiring

Teacher

Knowledge

Institute of

Engineering

25

11-11.2020 to

12.11.2020

GOVINDARAJ M National Seminar Ancient Indian Education System

National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research,

Kolkata

26

30.11.2020 to

05.12.2020

GOVINDARAJ M FDP

Finite Element

Anaysis Unsing Ansys

University college

of Engineering, Trichy.

27

07-12-2020 to

19-12-2020

GOVINDARAJ M FDP Frontier of 3D Printing Technology and Its Industrial Applications Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering
28

06-01-2020 to

11-01-2021

GOVINDARAJ M FDP Welding Technology

Sri Sai Ram

Engineering College, Chennai.

29

18-01-2021 to

23-01-2021

GOVINDARAJ M STTP

Hands on Traning on MATLAB and Advanced Optimization Techniques Goverment College of Engineering, Bargur

Goverment College of Engineering, Bargur
30

22-03-2021 to

27-03-2021

GOVINDARAJ M STTP Materials Characterization Techniques. IIT,Indore
31 30-04-2021 GOVINDARAJ M WEBINAR

 

Bank Loan Scheme for Entrepreneurs

Government College of Technology,Coimb

atore

32

03-5-2021 to

07-05-2021

GOVINDARAJ M FDP Emerging Trends in Thermal Engineering

Sree Chaitanya College of Engineering,

Telugana

33 03-06-2020 V.MOORTHI SEMINAR Role of Nanoparticle Additives in Engine Reasearch St.Josephs College of Engineering
34

18-02- 2021

to 23-02-2021

KANNAN S

Certificate

Course

Digital Teaching Techniques ICT Academy
35

22-02-2021 to

26-02-2021

M.RANJITHKUMARKANNAN S FDP Productive tools in AutoCAD ICT Academy
36

22-02-2021

to 03-03-

2021

M.P.MOHANRAJ Certificate course Programming Essentials in Python ICT Academy
37

28-05-2021 to

31-05-2021

M.RANJITHKUMARP SAKTHIVELS KANNAN FDP Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering

Er. Perumal Manimekalai College of Engineering,

38

31-05-2021 to

04-06-2021

M.RANJITHKUMAR FDP

Recent Trends and Research Perspective on Energy and

Power System

PSN College of Engineering and Technology
39 21-05-2021 M.RANJITHKUMAR International Seminar New Product Design and Development

Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering and Technology

40

15-03-2021 to

20-03-2021

M.RANJITHKUMAR Short Time Course

Fundamentals and

dvances in Powder Matallurgy

QIP Center Indian

Institute of Technology Indore

41

15-03-2021 to

20-03-2021

S.KANNAN Short Time Course

Fundamentals and dvances in Powder

Matallurgy

QIP Center Indian Institute of

Technology Indore

42

03-05-2021 to

07-05-2021

M.RANJITHKUMARP SAKTHIVEL

National Level

Workshop

Emerging Trends in Thermal Engineering

Sree Chaitanya College of

Enginnering

43

02-06-2021 to

04-06-2021

M.RANJITHKUMAR National Level Workshop Research Methodology Annai Vailankanni College of Enginnering
44 06-05-2021 M.RANJITHKUMAR

National

Level Workshop

Metallurgy FOR Non- Metallurgist

Annapoornan

Engineering college

45

31-05-2021 to

04-06-2021

GOVINDARAJ MP SAKTHIVEL FDP Green Technology for Enhancing Livelihoods Centurion University
46 06-05-2021 GOVINDARAJ M National Level Workshop Metallurgy FOR Non- Metallurgist Annapoornan Engineering college
47

15-07-2021 to

17-07-2021

GOVINDARAJ MJ.BOOPATHI National Workshop Additive Manufacturing

Jaypee University of Engineering

and Technology, Guna.

48 03-09-2021 GOVINDARAJ M National Workshop Excellence in Recruitment NSE,Mumbai
49

20-09-2021 to

24-09-2021

GOVINDARAJ M ATAL FDP

Applications of 3D Printing Technology in

Engg. Education

Dayananda Sagar College of

Engineering

Student Achievements

Student Participation In Workshop / Seminar /Symposium

S.No Acedemic Year Department Name of the Students Year Name of the programme Organized by
1

2019-

2020

Mechanical Engineering Gowtham R III

National Level Technical

Symposium

University College of

Engineering, Trichy

2

2019-

2020

Mechanical

Engineering

Rajkamal C III

National Level Technical

Symposium

University College of

Engineering, Trichy

3

2019-

2020

Mechanical

Engineering

Ranjith M III

National Level Technical

Symposium

University College of

Engineering, Trichy

4

2019-

2020

Mechanical

Engineering

Naveen Kumar D III

National Level Technical

Symposium

University College of

Engineering, Trichy

5

2019-

2020

Mechanical Engineering Boopathi P III

National conference on

advances in mechanical science

University College of Engineering, Trichy
6

2019-

2020

Mechanical Engineering Krishnakumar V IV

National conference on

advances in mechanical science

Mahendra Institute of Technology, Namakkal
7

2019-

2020

Mechanical Engineering Thamaraikannan P IV

National conference on advances in mechanical

science

Mahendra Institute of Technology, Namakkal
8

2019-

2020

Mechanical Engineering Vignesh B IV

National conference on advances in mechanical

science

Mahendra Institute of Technology, Namakkal
9 2019-2020 Mechanical Engineering Sakthivel S IV National conference on advances in mechanical science Mahendra Institute of Technology, Namakkal
10 2019-2020 Mechanical Engineering Gugan G IV National conference on advances in mechanical science Mahendra Institute of Technology, Namakkal
11 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Gunasekaran N III One day workshop on CADD Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy
12 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Kathiresan K III One day workshop on CADD Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy
13 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Karthi T III One day workshop on CADD Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy
14 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Johnson J III One day workshop on CADD Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy
15 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Johnson J III National Level Technical Symposium AVS Engineering College, Salem
16 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Ajith G III National Level Technical Symposium AVS Engineering College, Salem
17 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Manoj B III National Level Technical Symposium AVS Engineering College, Salem
18 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Vignesh Giri V III National Level Technical Symposium AVS Engineering College, Salem
19 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Mukilan G III National Level Technical Symposium AVS Engineering College, Salem
20 2018-2019 Mechanical Engineering Sanjaykumar C S III National Level Technical Symposium AVS Engineering College, Salem
21 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Johnson J II Workshop on Reverse Engineering Dhirajalal Gandhi College of Technology, Salem
22 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Mukilan G II Workshop on Reverse Engineering Dhirajalal Gandhi College of Technology, Salem
23 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Sathish Kumar C II Workshop on Reverse Engineering Dhirajalal Gandhi College of Technology, Salem
24 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Krishten Varghese II Workshop on Reverse Engineering Government College of Technology, Coimbatore
25 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Arun Jose II Workshop on Reverse Engineering Government College of Technology, Coimbatore
26 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Mukilan G II Technical Event Karpagam College of Engineering
27 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Mukilan G II National Level Workshop Karpagam College of Engineering
28 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Sakthivel S II National Level Workshop Karpagam College of Engineering
29 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Sounder P II National Level Workshop Karpagam College of Engineering
30 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Vignesh Giri V II National Level Workshop Karpagam College of Engineering
31 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Gowtham Venkatesh M II National Level Workshop Karpagam College of Engineering
32 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Johnson J II National Level Workshop Karpagam College of Engineering
33 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Mugilan G II Technical event National Institute of Technology
34 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Nanthakumar P IV National Level Technical Symposium Coimbatore Institute of Technology
35 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Vasudevan K IV National Level Technical Symposium Coimbatore Institute of Technology
36 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Nandhakumar K IV National Level Technical Symposium Coimbatore Institute of Technology
37 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Tamilmani S IV National Level Technical Symposium Coimbatore Institute of Technology
38 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Shankar S IV National Level Technical Symposium Coimbatore Institute of Technology
39 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Arun Jose II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
40 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Kristin Varghese II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
41 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Sounder P II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
42 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering P Ravikumar V II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
43 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Nanthakumar P II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
44 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Vasudevan K II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
45 2017-2018 Mechanical Engineering Nandhakumar K II One Day Workshop Government College of Engineering, Salem
46 2016-2017 Mechanical Engineering Kanagaraj M III National Level Conference Government College of Engineering, Dharmapuri
47 2016-2017 Mechanical Engineering Kavin K III National Level Conference Government College of Engineering, Dharmapuri
48 2016-2017 Mechanical Engineering Mithun V S III National Level Conference Government College of Engineering, Dharmapuri
             

Industry Institute Interaction   

                                                                                                                                                 

The need for better association between technical institutions and industry is important. This will have a significant impact on engineering curriculum, engineering student’s exposure to the industrial environment and the eventual placement of young graduating engineers in industries across the country. With the advent of globalization and the opening up of the Indian economy to the outside world, industry competitiveness has become hard. They now seek to engineering institutions to solve their engineering difficulties. Similarly, engineering students must be exposed to emerging technology and engineering processes in order to be prepared for careers in international corporations. These goals can only be met effectively if the gap between industry and academic institutions is bridged.

Student Internship

SL.NO COMPANY NAME NO. OF STUDENTS ATTENDED DURATION ACY-YEAR
1 CADD CENTER 18

19.07.2020 to 29.07.2020

2020-2021   
2 SAKTHI AUTO COMPONENTS LIMITED 12

10.12.2020 to 20.12.2020

2020-2021   
3 MAGNA ELECTRO CASTING LTD. 11

15.12.2020 to 24.12.2020

2020-2021   
4 INDOSHELL MOULD LTD. 14

07.01.2021 to 16.01.2021

2020-2021   
5 MM GEARS PRIVATE LIMITED 17

05.01.2021 to 16.01.2021

2020-2021   
6 MM GEARS 3 20.10.2019 to 30.10.2019 2019-2020
7 CADD CENTER, Salem 9 19.06.2019  to 29.06.2019 2019-2020
8 Magna Electro  Castings 3 22.06.2019 to 27.06.2019 2019-2020
9 SKS Automobile 5 20.06.2019 to 26.06.2019 2019-2020
10 Apollo tyres 4 5.01.2020 to 10.01.2020 2019-2020
11 V R Foundries, Coimbatore 3 7.01.2020 to 12.01.2020 2019-2020
12 Magna Electro  Castings 5 22.06.2018 to 27.06.2018 2018-2019
13 Prolific Automation 5 21.06.2018 to 26.06.2018 2018-2019
14 V R Foundries 3 22.06.2018 to 26.06.2018 2018-2019
15 Janatics India Pneumatic 5 23.06.2018 to 28.06.2018 2018-2019
16 MM GEARS 5 20.06.2018 to 25.06.2018 2018-2019
17 Apollo tyres 4 4.01.2019 to 10.01.2019 2018-2019
18 Apollo tyres 6 21.01.2019 to 26.01.2019 2018-2019
19 SKS automobiles 7 04.01.2019 to 10.01.2019 2018-2019
20 SKS automobiles 6 07.01.2019 to 12.01.2019 2018-2019
21 Prolific Automation 6 19.06.2017 to 26.06.2017 2017-2018
22 Indoshell Mould  Limited 6 20.06.2017 to 27.06.2017 2017-2018
23 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd 5 19.06.2017 to 26.06.2017 2017-2018
24 SKS Automobile 6 20.06.2017 to 26.06.2017 2017-2018
25 Indoshell moulds limited 7

02.01.2018 to 08.01.2018

2017-2018
26 Magna Electro  Castings 4

04.01.2018 to 10.01.2018

2017-2018
27 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 6 19.06.2016 to 26.06.2016 2016-2017
28 Janatics India Pneumatic, Coimbatore 3 21.06.2016 to 28.06.2016 2016-2017
29 MAGNA ECECTRO  CASTINGS , Coimbatore 3

21.06.2016 to 25.06.2016

2016-2017
30 Indoshell Mould  Limited, Coimbatore 6 20.06.2017 to 27.06.2017 2016-2017
31 MM GEARS, Coimbatore 5 22.06.2017 to 28.06.2017 2016-2017
32 Apollo tyres 4 5.01.2017 to 12.01.2017 2016-2017
33 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 4 19.06.2015 to 26.06.2015 2015-2016
34 V R Foundries, Coimbatore 3 23.06.2015 to 26.06.2015 2015-2016
35 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 2 17.06.2014 to 22.06.2014 2015-2016
36 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 8 23.06.2014 to 28.06.2014 2015-2016
37 SKS automobiles 6

07.01.2015 to 12.01.2015

2015-2016
38 Apollo tyres 5

4.01.2016 to 10.01.2016

2015-2016
39 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 4 19.05.2015 to 26.05.2015 2014-2015
40 V R Foundries, Coimbatore 3 23.05.2015 to 26.05.2015 2014-2015
41 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 2 17.06.2014 to 22.06.2014 2014-2015
42 Sam Turbo Industry (P) Ltd, Coimbatore 8 23.06.2014 to 28.06.2014 2014-2015
43 SKS automobiles 6

07.01.2015 to 12.01.2015

2014-2015
44 Apollo tyres 5

5.01.2015 to 11.01.2015

2014-2015

 

Inplant Training

ACADEMIC YEAR (2020-2021)

 
S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the Students Class
1 SAKTHI AUTO COMPONENTS LTD. 14.12.2020

 

to

20.12.2020

Prabu R

 

Manikandan S

Boopathi S

Thangarasu RV

Haridasskumar V

III Year
2 INDOSHELL MOULD LTD. 16.12.2020

 

to 22.12.2020

Aravindh S

 

Dinesh M

Gopinath K

Haripriyan P

Karthikeyan S

Lokesh K

III Year
3 MAGNA ELECTRO CASTING LTD. 07.01.2021 to 12.01.2021 Dhanasiva M

 

Mano C

Mukinthar S

Praveenkumar M

Raguraji

Tennishkumar S

III Year

Academic Year (2019-2020)

S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the Students Class
1 INDISHELL MOULD LTD.

04.10.2019 to

14.10.2019

Kathiresan K

Ravikumar

Sathishkumar C

Vignesh Giri

Surya G

II Year
2 SAKTHI AUTO COMPONENTS LTD.

22.09.2019 to

28.09.2019

Gowtham Venkatesh M

Thamarikannan M

Prakash V

Mukilan G

IV Year
3 SAIL, SALEM

04.09.2019 to

10.09.2019

Sivakumar S

Vignesh Giri H

Sanjaykumar S

Mukilan G

Gugan G

IV Year

 

Academic Year (2018-2019)

S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the  Students Class
1 INDISHELL MOULD LTD.

21.06.2018

to

27.06.2018

Shabuteen S

Muthu selvam N

Praveenkumar D

Poovarasan A

Rishikanth S

II Year
2 S S FASTENERS (P) LTD.

19.06.2018

 to

23.06.2018

Hariprasanth

Aravinth S

Santosh S

II Year
3 SKS AUTOMOBILE LTD.

21.06.2018

to

26.06.2018

Madeshwaran D

Mukesh Kannan S

II Year
4 KAY JAY FORGINGS

19.06.2018

to

22.06.2018

Tamilselvan R

Lokeshkumar V

Vijay M

IV Year

Academic Year 2017-2018

S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the Students Class
1 TNSTC,SALEM

27.07.2017

to

04.08.2017

Thirumurugan Y

Raushankumar E

Midhun V S

Nagarajan P

Praksh V

Lokeshkumar V

Kavin K

Sudhakar M

Sathishkumar K

Vignesh K

IV Year
2 SAIL,SALEM

04.07.2017

to

10.07.2017

Sivakumar S

Vigneshgiri G

Sanjaykumar C. S

Mukilan G

Gugan G 

IV Year
3 JANATICS INDIA PNEUMATIC

22.06.2017 to

28.06.2017

Devaraj M

Gowtham D

Dinesh S

Nandhakumar T

IV Year
4 KAY JAY FORGINGS

19.06.2017

to

23.06.2017

Sukumar P

Manikandan C

Dinakaran A

III Year

Academic Year 2016-2017

S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the Students Class
1 INDOSHELL MOULD LTD.

25.06.2016 to

28.06.2016

Karthi K

Boopathiraja K

Karthikeyan A

Ebin Fernandez

III Year
2 SKS AUTOMOBILE

24.06.2016

to

28.06.2016

Dahanushkaran K

Arunkumar V

Ashikh R

Neelakandan R

II Year

Academic Year 2015-2016

S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the Students Class
1 INDOSHELL MOULD LTD.

20.06.2015

to

25.06.2015

Ashik  R

Dhanushkaran K

Gurumoorthi S

Karthi K

Elango P

II Year
2 KAYJAY FORGINGS  (P) LTD.

19.06.2016

to

24.06.2016

Vetrivel J

Sivanantham R

Matheen J

IV Year

Academic Year 2014-2015

S.No Company Name Visit on Name of the Students Class
1 V R FOUNDRIES

17.06.2015

to

22.06.2015

Sadhick basha M

Rajkumar S

Manikandan D

IV Year
2 SKS AUTOMOBILE

16.06.2014

To

20.06.2014

Mohanraj P

Nithin T

Sreejith P

Aravinthan A

III Year

Industrial Visit

Academic Year 2019-2020

S.No Company Name Visit on No. of Students Participated Class Name of the Faculty Incharge
1 KAY JAY FORGING (P) LTD. 10.02.2020 45 IV Year

M.Govindaraj

C.Shankar

Academic Year 2018-2019

S.No Company Name Visit on No. of Students Participated Class Name of the Faculty
1 VELLAC PAINTSCOATING LTD. 02.09.2019 41 IV Year

M.Govindaraj

S.Boopathi

Academic Year 2017-2018

S.No Company Name Visit on No. of Students Participated Class Name of the Faculty Incharge
1 SAIL, Salem 10.10.2018 29 IV Year

M.Ranjithkumar

S.Sakthivel

Academic Year 2016-2017

S.No Company Name Visit on No. of Students Participated Class Name of the Faculty Incharge
1 INDOSHELL MOULD LTD. 01.09.2017 28 II Year

C.Mohan

S.Sakthivel

Academic Year 2015-2016

S.No Company Name Visit on No.of Students participated Class Name of the Faculty
1 MAGNA ELECTRO CASTING LTD 09.10.2016 54 IV Year

D.Rajeshkumar

M.Ranjithkumar

V.Moorthi

Academic Year 2014-2015

S.No Company Name Visit on No.of the Students participated Class Name of the Faculty Incharge
1 SAIL,Salem 06.09.2015 45 II Year

M.Ranjithkumar

V.Moorthi

C.Mohan

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 benefit and growth with the concern organaizations.

 

S.NO Name Of The Organisation With Which MoU Is Signed Date Of Signing MoU Duration
1

 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,Tiruchirappalli.

(Centre Of Excellence in Manufacturing)

08-01-2022 3 Years
2

INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN,Salem.

(Mechanical R&D-STUDIO)

11-01-2022 3 Years
3 ELECTRO CARE TECHNOLOGIES,Coimbatore. 03-12-2020 3 Years
4 SRIWIN ELECTRIC,Salem. 17-12-2020 3 Years
5 CII-INDIAN GREEN BUILDINGCOUNCIL,Hyderabad. 20-12-2017 5 Years
6 MAXX CADD CENTRE,Coimbatore. 20-01-2020 3 Years
7 SAKTHI AUTO COMPONENTS LTD,Erode. 22-10-2018 5 Years
8 THRIVENI CAR COMPANY,Salem. 30-11-2017 4 Years
9 MM GEARS PVT LTD,Coimbatore. 05-09-2018 4 Years
10 SHREE TECHNOLOGIES,Coimbatore 09-03-2022 3 years

Research And Development (R&D)

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.

Alumni 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 GOWTHAMVENKATESH M gowthammass@gmail.com 9994253004 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM,Salem
2 KARTHI.T karthi8508073196@gmail.com 8508073196 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM,Salem
3 KRISTIN VARGHES kristenvarghese80@gmail.com 8138811062 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM,Salem
4 GUGAN .G pgurugugan@gmail.com 9865464447 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM,Salem
5 PRAVIN.R jrpravin1999@gmail.com 9677484251 CHAMUNDI ENFIELD SHOW ROOM,Salem
6 SAKTHIVEL S 437sakthivel437@gmail.com 8608580318 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
7 SOUNTHARARAJAN.T thalasountharAK57@gmail.com 8973741963 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
8 VIGNESH.B vickyba631999@gmail.com 9943445233 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
9 SATHISH KUMAR.C kumarbe365@gmail.com 9715798028 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
10 SOUNDAR.P soundarpalanivalli@gmail.com 7402246433 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
11 KRISHNAKUMAR.V krishnakumar88117@gmail.com 9842309578 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
12 JAYAKRISHNAN.M jayakrishnan1904@gmail.com 9942313589 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
13 MANOJ.B manojmech511999@gmail.com 9384538077 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
14 SANJAYKUMAR.C.S sanjaysaikumar1997@gmail.com 9095203902 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
15 THAMARAIKANNAN P thamaraikannan334427@gmail.com 8270198121 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING WORKS
16 VIGNESHGIRI V vigneshgirivv@gmail.com 6381149477 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE,Salem
17 ARUN JOSE arunjose3429@gmail.com 8248955399 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE,Salem
18 KATHIRESAN.K kathiresankk1999@gmail.com 8760834827 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE,Salem
19 LOGESHWARAN P waranlogesh636@gmail.com 9092482269 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE,Salem
20 RAVIKUMAR.V ravisathish9003@gmail.com 9489751928 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE,Salem
21 ARUL KUMAR P arulkumarv842@gmail.com 9865667852 FAURECIA, CHENNAI
22 DEVARAJ M devaraj37703@gmail.com 9842473572 AEROAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PVT LTD
23 DINESH S dineshsaravananmech@gmail.com 9443509532 MARS ENGINEERING WORKS COIMABATORE
24 GOWTHAM D gowthamkavi0100@gmail.com 9159740498 BSA COORPORATION,Chennai
25 MEGANATHAN K meganathk20@gmail.com 8695601353 INDO SHELL MOULD LIMITED,Coimbatore
26 PERARASAN M perarasana@gmail.com 9788622085 KAY JAY FORGINGS PVT LTD,Hosur
27 SOWNDHARRAJAN E sowndarrasane819@gmail.com 9524637476 KAY JAY FORGINGS PVT LTD,Hosur
28 AJITH K ak5355754@gmail.com 9487119127 BSA COORPORATION,Chennai
29 AKASH M makashmani6@gmail.com 8807833545 MNW PVT LTD SALEM
30 KARTHICK KANNAN P kannankarthik155@gmail.com 8344115012 INDO SHELL MOULD LIMITED,Coimbatore