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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

PROFILE
The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2014 with the
approval of 60 intake. The department is catering to the requirements of all the Departments such
as Marine Engineering, Nautical Science, Naval Architecture, Petroleum Engineering, Harbour
Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Information Technology. Basic Inputs
are given in both Theory and practice for all the Branches in First and Second year of the Four
year Degree Course. Students are given hands on experience to acquire the technical knowledge.
This helps the students in a big way in understanding the basic Technical knowledge which
forms part of their curriculum. Thus Mechanical Engineering is the backbone of all branches
specified. In addition Collaborative courses such as HND, both STC and GCNS, are given the
basic Engineering Inputs - Theory to enable Cadets to acquire basic skills for further
enhancement during their Education & training at UK

VISION
To achieve excellence in Teaching Learning and Research in Mechanical and Marine
Engineering Based disciplines .

MISSION
To provide mechanical engineering graduates a high quality engineering education and
contribute new knowledge through research in mechanical engineering and allied disciplines
through their effective learning process and scholarly work.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME:
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Our graduates will,
1. Become successful Mechanical Engineers who are able to be competent, innovative and
productive in addressing the needs of the Industry or pursue higher education & research in
Mechanical Engineering and Marine Engineering.
2. Grow professionally with their knowledge and be proficient in skills throughout their career.
3. Demonstrate high standards of ethical conduct, positive attitude and societal responsibilities.

PROGRAMME OUTCOME

A. Ability to apply the knowledge acquired in subject areas like, mathematics, basic sciences,
engineering sciences, professional subjects and environmental issues;
B. Strong foundation in theoretical/experimental work for being able to analyze, synthesize and
design engineering products, processes and systems as desired;
C. Expertise in collecting field data, designing and conducting experiments in the
laboratory/elsewhere and analyzing/interpreting the results:
D. Capacity to function in multi/inter-disciplinary teams with a spirit of tolerance, patience and
understanding so necessary for team work;
E. Competence to acquire knowledge on one’s own through libraries/data bases for contributing
to knowledge assimilation, creation, dissemination & life-long learning;
F. Better understanding and acceptance of professional, social, moral and ethical responsibilities
and good knowledge of contemporary issues;
G. Familiarity with seeking pollution-free and/or environment- and energy- friendly solutions to
day-to-day problems faced by the society at large.
H. Broad education necessary to get a perception of the impact of solutions provided for
developmental issues in a global/societal context;
I. Capacity for rational, objective, orderly and logical thinking and ability to communicate with
fellow professionals/society effectively in written/oral forms; and,
J. Good attitudes and skills in personnel management and maintenance of human relations,
required in every ones working life.
K. Thorough knowledge and compliance to all applicable national and international
requirements and standards.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:

PSO 1: Attain proficiency in mathematics, physical science and also excel in problem
solving by operating as a team to find solutions of various issues in the core area of
Mechanical Engineering.
PSO 2: Operate effectively in a professional environment by executing quality Mechanical
and Marine works in on board ships and applying modern tools and techniques.
PSO 3: Achieve excellence in outstanding leadership in Mechanical and Marine Engineering
position and passion for lifelong learning and research in advanced fields.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME:
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The program educational Objective of the Master of Thermal and Fluid power Engineering is to
facilitate the students to:
1. Become successful Engineers who are able to competent, innovative in addressing the needs
of the Industry and in pursuing research.
2. Grow their technical skills which could help them throughout their career.
3. Demonstrate high standard of ethical conduct, positive attitude and societal responsibilities.
4. Render solutions for real time problems in thermal and fluid power systems.
5. Design and develop new products based on demand.
PROGRAMME OUTCOME

A. Ability to apply the knowledge acquired in subject areas like, Mathematics, Basic Sciences,
Engineering Sciences, Professional Subjects and Environmental Issues;
B. Strong foundation in theoretical/experimental work for being able to analyze, synthesize and
design engineering products, processes and systems as desired;
C. Expertise in collecting field data, designing and conducting experiments in the
laboratory/elsewhere and analyzing/interpreting the results:
D. Capacity to function in multi/inter-disciplinary teams with a spirit of tolerance, patience and
understanding so necessary for team work;
E. Competence to acquire knowledge on one’s own through libraries/data bases for contributing to
knowledge assimilation, creation, dissemination & life-long learning;
F. Better understanding and acceptance of professional, social, moral and ethical responsibilities
and good knowledge of contemporary issues;
G. Familiarity with seeking pollution-free and/or environment- and energy- friendly solutions to
day-to-day problems faced by the society at large.
H. Broad education necessary to get a perception of the impact of solutions provided for
developmental issues in a global/societal context;
I. Capacity for rational, objective, orderly and logical thinking and ability to communicate with
fellow professionals/society effectively in written/oral forms; and,
J. Good attitudes and skills in personnel management and maintenance of human relations,
required in every ones working life.
K. Through knowledge and compliance to all applicable national and international requirements and
standards.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:

PSO1: Achieve excellence in Thermal Engineering and also excellence in and Fluid Flow and
related fields
PSO2: Attain proficiency in Thermal and Fluid engineering and to find solutions on various
research problems in the core area.
PSO3: Acquire knowledge in the field of Thermal and Fluid engineering by doing research in
the lifelong learning process.

PROGRAMME DETAILS
Name of the Programme Academic Year Students Intake
2017-18 60
B.E. Mechanical Engineering 2016-17 45
2015-16 90
2014-15 90
M.E Thermal and Fluid Engineering 2017-18 30
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
 Diploma, Unique UG, PG courses with specialization in Marine Engineering and Naval
Architecture.
 Faculty, experienced in Research, Industry and Academics from diversified fields.
 4 Faculty Members are with Ph.D qualification and others are perusing Ph.D.
 The Departments has completed 2 funded projects, Published 76 articles in Journals and
40 articles in Conferences.
 The Department is equipped with Good Laboratory facilities which include Fluid
Mechanics Laboratory, Strength of materials, Laboratory, Refrigeration and air
conditioning Laboratory, Engine Laboratory, Hydraulics & Pneumatics Laboratory and
CAD Laboratory.
 The Department organizes Special Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Conferences, Social
activities and Extension activities for the benefit of the Students.
 The Department has signed MoUs with 4 organisations to conduct Employment
enhancement programs.
 The Department conducts various programs such as Soft skills Program, Placement
Training Program, Industrial Training Program and Industrial visits to narrow down the
curriculum gap.
FACULTY DETAILS

Years of Experience
Designati Educational Seafaring/
S. No Name of faculty Specialization
on Qualification Teaching Industrial/
TOTA
Dr.Rajavel Professor Thermal Engineering
1 M.E., Ph.D 18 1
2 Dr.N.Manoharan Professor M.E., Ph.D I.C.Engines

3 Associate M.E., Ph.D Engineering Design


Dr.S.Prabhakaran
Professor 14.5 -
4 Associate M.E., Ph.D - Manufacturing Engineering
Dr.K.Umanath
Professor 10.5
5 P.Ramanathan Assistant 11.5 Automobile Engineering
M.E,MS
Professor 8.5 TOTA
6 N.Jayakumar Assistant M.E 4 TOTA CAD, Plastics Engineering
Professor (Ph.D) 16
7 Assistant 29 TOTA Production Engineering
V.Srinivas M.E
Professor 2.75
8 Assistant M.E Mechatronics
P.Senthil Kumar
Professor 5.8 1 TOTA
9 Assistant M.E - Thermal Engineering
A.R.Sivaram
Professor 2.5
10 Assistant M.E - Manufacturing Systems
J.Harish kumar
Professor 2.5
11 Assistant M.E - Manufacturing Engineering
R.Praveenkumar
Professor 4.5
12 Assistant M.E - Manufacturing Systems
D.S.Balaji
Professor (Ph.D) 5.5
13 Assistant M.E - CAD/CAM
G.Vijayakanth
Professor 5.5
14 Assistant M.E 5 - Manufacturing Engineering
Arun Navin Joseph
Professor
15 Assistant M.E 5 - CIM
S. Muthu Baskaran
Professor
16 Assistant M.E 5 - Engineering Design
G. Divya Priya
Professor
17 Assistant M.E 2 - Thermal Engineering
A.Vijin Prabhu
Professor
18 Adjunct InternalCombustion
Dr. J. Suresh Kumar M.E., Ph.D
Faculty Engineering
19 Adjunct
Mr.R.Thanasekaran M.E ManufacturingEngineering
Faculty
20 Adjunct
Mr.T.C.Muralidharan M.E CAD
Faculty
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY


THERMAL LABORATORY

REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LABORATORY