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Introduction

Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 2009 with an initial intake of 60 students and subsequently it increased to 240 students. The Department was equipped with well qualified and experienced faculty members. Our Department is approved by Anna University as R&D centre for pursing Ph.D Programme. The Department has well equipped laboratory facilities with latest and updated versions of the software and 24 hour Wi-Fi enabled internet facilities.The Department conducts periodic workshops, symposiums and conferences to help the students, research scholars and corporate world to unite in a common place and thereby strengthen the Industry- Institution fusion. The Department has a very good placement record and our students have got placed in leading companies like Tenneco Automotive India Pvt Ltd, Wind Care India Ltd, Wonjin Autoparts India Pvt Ltd, Infosys, Think and Learn, etc..

Programme’s PEO’s,

  • PEO-1: Apply their mechanical and allied knowledge to address technical and societal problems with creativity and ethical values.
  • PEO-2: Design and analyse mechanical systems with strong fundamentals and work in synchronization with industries and research organisations as team members on multi-disciplinary projects.
  • PEO-3: Design and analyse mechanical systems with strong fundamentals and work in synchronization with industries and research organisations as team members on multi-disciplinary projects.

Programme’s PO’s,

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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

REGULATION 2013

SEMESTER I

HS6151Technical English
MA6151Mathematics – I
PH6151Engineering Physics – I
CY6151Engineering Chemistry – I
GE6151Computer Programming
GE6152Engineering Graphics
GE6161Computer Practices Laboratory
GE6162Engineering Practices Laboratory
GE6163Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER IV

SEMESTER V

SEMESTER VI

SEMESTER VI ELECTIVE – I

SEMESTER VII

SEMESTER VII ELECTIVE – II

SEMESTER VII ELECTIVE – III

SEMESTER VIII

SEMESTER VIII ELECTIVE- IV

SEMESTER VIII ELECTIVE – V

REGULATION 2017

SEMESTER I

HS8151Communicative English
MA8151Engineering Mathematics – I
PH8151Engineering Physics
CY6151Engineering Chemistry
GE8151Problem Solving and Python Programming
GE8152Engineering Graphics
GE8161Problem Solving and Python Programming Laboratory
BS8161Physics and Chemistry Laboratory

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER IV

SEMESTER V

SEMESTER V - OPEN ELECTIVE I

SEMESTER VI

SEMESTER VI PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE – I

SEMESTER VII OPEN ELECTIVE – II

SEMESTER VII PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE – II

SEMESTER VII PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE – III

SEMESTER VIII ELECTIVE- IV

SEMESTER VIII PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE – IV

M.E. Industrial Engineering – Curriculum Module

SEMESTER I

MA5160 Applied Probability and Statistics
IL5101Work System Design
IL5102Operations Research
IL5103Operations Management
IL5104 Facilities Design Professional Elective I
IL5111 Work System Design Laboratory
IL5112 Technical Seminar – I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER II PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE – II & III

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER IV

Laboratory Facility

1

Engineering Practices Laboratories.

2

Computer Aided Drafting & Modeling Laboratories

3

Fluid Mechanics & strength of Materials

4

Thermal Engineering Lab 1 & 2

5

Manufacturing technology Lab 1 & 2

6

Kinematics & Dynamics Laboratories

7

Mechatronics Laboratories

8

Simulation & analysis Laboratories

9

CAD/CAM Laboratories

10

Industrial Support Laboratories

11

Strength of Materials Lab

12

Research & Develoment Laboratories

Laboratory Facility

1

Engineering Practices Laboratories

2

Computer Aided Drafting & Modeling Laboratories

3

Fluid Mechanics & strength of Materials

4

Thermal Engineering Lab 1 & 2

5

Manufacturing technology Lab 1 & 2

6

Kinematics & Dynamics Laboratories

Projects

S.No Topic Student Name Aim
1 On Path Directing Smart Trolley Using Aot Aarthi.S
Glory.J,Janaki.,
R Kiruthiga.B
The products which are purchased and calculate the bill using RFID
2 E-Smart Army Suit Anitha.S
Ashma.S
Janani.K
Kaviya Sree.M
aims for relaible health monitoring and as well as a position of tracking of soldier
3 Weakly Supervised Framework For Interpretable Diabetic Retinopathy Detection On Retinal Images Dharani.A
Dhivya.P
Gobika.T
aims for the joint optimization of the instance encoding and the image classification stages
4
5 (Quick Response)Indoor And Outdoor System Navigation For Virtually Impaired People Brindha.A
Elakkiya Devi.P
Gayathri.N
allows visually impaired people to autonomously navigate in an unknown indoor and outdoor environment.
6 On A Low Complexity Data Distribution And Arithmetic Data Transmission For Pipeline Based Architechture Dhanusha.S
Kiruthika.M
Kiruthika.S
Kokilas
proposes modified distributed arithmetic based low complexity multiplier-less CNN architecture design methodology
7 On A Novel Nlms Algorithm For Adaptive Noise Cancellation Adhiyaman.R
Gnanasekaran.M
Gokul Nath.R
Karthikeyan.D
proposes Adaptive noise cancellation (ANC) reduce noise from a noisy speech sound.
8 Antenna For Wireless Applications Althaf.T
Jayasuryan.S.P
Karthi.K
Kishodhars
uses efficient antennas to provide maximum possible matching impedance bandwidth requirements, and stable radiation pattern characteristics.
9 Theft Detection And Prevention Of Power Through Consumer Load Profiling Abiram.M
Deepan Kumar.C
Elangovan.P
Jeeva.D
An automatic control unit is used to inject frequency disturbances in L.V lines, after disconnecting the legal consumers' loads once power theft is detected
10 On Accident Detection And Rescue Process Using Block System Anbarasan.A
Azhagarasan.S
Dhanush.G
James Prakash.S
transmitting the alert message using RF module and within the range of RF module the alert message is received by the moving vehicle.
11 On Home Automation Using Handgesture Ajith.M
Jeevansarathy.R
Kailash.K
Kannan.R
user can swipe through the devices by moving a finger in left or right direction and switch the appliance ON or OFF by moving a finger in an upward or downward direction.
12 War Field Spying Robot With A Night Vision Wireless Camera Android Application Kowsalya S
Laila R
Lavanya R
surveillance of human activities in the war field or border regions in order to reduce infiltrations from the enemy side
13 Ph Measurement Iot System For Precision Agriculture Applications Kumaresan S
Pugazhenthi M
Ramkumarp
Sasikumar S
the design and validation of a pH measurement IoT system for Precision Agriculture applications
14 A Novel Approach For Forest Fire Detection And Seed Sowing In Forest For Afforestation Using Iot Lalan Kumar Mehta
Mohammed Bahrudeen A
Preamkumar P
Ranjith Kumar S
The phenomenon of vegetation shift from conifer forest to ericaceous heath by extending the argument of ecosystem-level
15 Watermarking Based Credit Card Purchase Knowledge Hidden System Lavanya S
Nishat
Prabhavathit
Punithas
process of protection in cyber space called cyber watermarking particularly focusing on theft of information (identity & credit card theft).
16 Low Power Sdr Design In Fpga For Communication • Logeshwari P, Meenap, Menakab software-defined radio (SDR) model for inter satellite communications (ISCs) and its implementation on a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
17 A Novel Methodology To Monitoring Soil,Water,Temperature,Humidity&Drip Irrigation System By Using Wireless Sensor Network Malathi J
Nandhini S
Sandhiya M
provide a robust wireless signal that is extremely reliable over long distances and in complex, obstructed conditions.
18 UAV Security System Against Women Harasement Monisha V
Malini M
Meenakumari C
Ramya K
development of an UAV based security system that responds to a request from a wearable gadget by a user probably a woman who faces a possible threat.
19 Implementation Of Low Power Wallace Tree Architeture Based Multipliers Manojaypriya P
Priyadharshini M S
Sandhiya B
a modified full adder using multiplexer is proposed to achieve low power consumption of multiplier
20 E-Smart Voting System With Secure Data Identification Using Cryptography Matheswaran S
Sakthivel A
Santhosh S
Selvakumar G
Smart Voting System successfully allows people to vote using smart phones thus reduces the queues piled up at polling booth.
21 Child Rescue System Against Open Bore Well At Agricultural Fields In India Mohan G
Mowlieswaran R
Naveenprasath D
Premkumar R
the IR signal, placed two inches diametrically under the ground surface of bore-well, breaks due to any obstructing object, a buzzer starts sounding as an alert
22 Iot Based Environment Monitoring System Using Machine Learning Muniyarasan M
Murugan S
Prabhu R
Sanjay B
- monitor device data to predict maintenance issues, and monitor sensors to predict and react to environmental conditions
23 Implementation Of Multipurpose Agricultural Robot Vehicle For Crop & Soil Monitoring Using Smart Phone Muthuraja R
Sasi Sakshena K
Seenuvasanm Seyon Lenin
Tamizhan S
robots are hands-free and fast data input operations. In the field of agricultural autonomous vehicle, a concept is been developed to investigate if multiple small autonomous machine could be more efficient than traditional large tractors and human forces
24 Virtual Brain Using Human Centric Computing Nandhini V
Nilofer S
Nivedha G
Sangeetha S
BCI is as a nonmuscular communication channel that attempts to reestablish the interaction between an individual and his/her environment.
25 Automatic Glucose Injection For Handicapped And Elder Person Using Iot Nehru Dhas V
Prakash C
Prakash Kumar D
Seenivasan M
the treatment target and treatment options in elderly individuals, the functional capacity of the individual, comorbid diseases and treatment compliance should be evaluated together.
26 Titled Smart Vehicle Monitoring And Pollution Control Using Iot Nikmal A
Pavithra T
Praveena E
Punitha P J
Smart Vehicle Monitoring System (SVMS) for early detection of accidents and also to prevent thefts. SVMS uses IoT technology to monitor the vehicle continuously and also to access and control remotely.
27 Intelligent Traffic Management For Vehicles To Monitor Air And Noise Pollution Using Iot Preethika D
Priyadharshini R
Sandhiya A
Santhiya V
no
28 Surface Crack Monitoring Using Rfid Antenna Shalini T
Shoba S
Sowntharya R
Thamizharasi D
monitoring air quality and also reducing air pollution occurring due to vehicles when stopping on Traffic Signal
29 Atm Authentication System Using Multiple Input System Sinduja C
Swetha K
Vijayalakshmi P
system has no risk overhead in managing multiple account transactions and achieves high security as compare to the traditional ATM system.
30 Fabrication Of Wastes Using Smart Dustbin Siva Kumar A
Vengadesand
Vijaybharathin
Lokeswaran K
implements a smart dustbin which is a cheap, easy to use solution for a segregation system at households, so that it can be sent directly for processing
31 Smart Helmet Using Error Detection(Es) Sivakumar C
Ganapathy R
Tamilarasan M
Udhayaraja E
smart helmet system using cloud and GPS technology for accident detection and location tracking, GSM is used to send a notification message of accident location to the concerned people
32 An Elevated Speed And Squat Power Approximate Multiplier Using Finfet Technology Sountharya M
Sripriya
Dharshini G
Sujitha V
Vinitha R
four- enter multiplier is designed and simulated in 32 nm era the usage of FinFET technology. The result imply that the proposed technique offer improvement in term of strength consumption and delay over MOSFET
33 Efficient License Plate Detection By Cnn Algorithm And Smarter Theft Validation Through Iot Thenmozhi M
Uma M
Vinothini K
Yamuna P
four-layered CNN architecture that has been used as the recognition method. This is achieved by validating the best parameters of the enhanced Stochastic Diagonal Levenberg Marquardt (SDLM) learning algorithm and network size of CNN
34 Gsm Based Women’s Safety Device Umasankar K
Velmurugan K
Souravsibi V
device is to act as an emergency device for women who are in potential danger of being attacked.
35 Iot Based Controlled Wheel Chair Platform For Physically Disabled Persons Vigneshwaran
Srinaveenkumar
Vinothd
Sarankumar
the smart Wheelchair to make the life easier for physically challenged person,the voice-controlled smart Wheelchair comes with enhanced features, like electric powered, voice control, line follower with the obstacle avoidance etc.

LIBRARY DETAILS

Department Library

S.No. Category Cumulative acquisition as on date
1 No of book titles 25
2 No of book volumes 65

VALUE ADDED COURSES

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019 – 2020

Hyper mesh

  • This value added courses conducted for final year students. Hyper Mesh is used in aviation and aerospace industry for the analysis of local structures and identification and removal of redundant material. It speeds up CAD to Finite Element Modeling (FEM) creation with the help of building tools. It helps in meshing and automated model construction in the automotive industry. This course is conducted by Mr.N.Sivakumar, Assistant Professor.

CATIA

  • This course conducted for both third and final year students. CATIA is a French designed Computer Aided Design (CAD) tool. It is a three dimensional modeling tool. This tool is used in the design of various objects such as vehicles, buildings, components, etc. It is similar in use to Autocad, NX (Formerly known as UG), Pro-E (Wildfire), and many others. This course is conducted by Mr.A.Eswaran, Assistant Professor.

NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING:

  • This course conducted exclusively for final year students. NDT (nondestructive testing) is a wide group of analysis techniques used in science and technology industry to evaluate the properties of a material, component or system without causing damage. It is, surely, better to do NDT - since there is a lot of scope for quality assurance department. This course is organized and conducted by M.Mahindaraperumal, Integrity Inspection Service, Rasipuram

Robotics Process Automation (RPA) Tools

  • Robotic Process Automation saves time and human efforts to a major extent. It is a time saver and a cost-effective one too. Important features of robotic process automation include platform independence, scalability, and intelligence. Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a technology that uses software robots to automate repetitive tasks and manual processes—enhancing the work of your employees by interacting with websites, business and desktop applications, databases and people to execute repetitive and often mundane work.
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