CAD / CAM

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been functioning since the inception of the college. It has best infrastructural facilities with highly qualified and talented faculties offering quality education in Mechanical Engineering. The department offers B.E. Degree program in Mechanical Engineering and M.E. Degree Program in CAD/CAM. The department has signed MOUs with many industries and strives to develop Industry-Institute interaction. The Department of Mechanical Engineering has an excellent infrastructure which is comparable that of best. The highly experienced faculty of the department contributes a vital role in Academic and Research. The Department is committed to provide high quality education in the field of Mechanical Engineering, emphasizing on Industrial applications to tomorrow’s technocrats.

PROGRAM OFFERED

Degree

Duration

Seats

Eligibility

M.E.
(Full Time)

4 Semester
(2 years)

18

Bachelor Degree in Mechanical, production, Automobile, Industrial and other mechanical related stream.

Our Quality Policy

“To provide sound knowledge through theory and practice in engineering, technology and science, especially in areas of emerging technology to students in a systematic and effective manner, to motivate and ensure that students inculcate qualities like integrity, discipline, sincerity, hard work and humanitarian concerns and to meet the rising challenges, while keeping up the ethical standards”.

Department Objectives

  • To become a center of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering with commitment for research and development.
  • To motivate the students to undertaker R&D projects.
  • To motivate faculty and students to pursue higher studies at Doctoral and Post Doctoral levels.  

VISION & MISSION

Vision

To be recognized globally for academic excellence and research in the field of mechanical engineering and to build quality engineers who shall be socially, intellectually and ethically responsible towards meeting the growing demands in the industry and contribute optimum for the benefit of the society.

Mission

To develop competent professionals capable of encountering challenges in the competitive work environment.

To foster professional growth by working collaboratively with industry and research & development sectors for enhancing the expertise of the students.

To offer adequate technical, managerial and people skills to the students for making them industry ready professionals.

To instill core values of life and ethical code of conduct among the learners for their personal and professional enhancement.


TECHNICAL STAFF

Name Qualification Designation
Mr. A. Gajendran ITI Lab. Asst
Mr. A. Dalmet AMIE Lab. Asst
Mr. S. Saravanan ITI Lab. Asst
Mr. V. Lokesh ITI Lab. Asst
Mr. V. Rajesh DME Lab. Asst

RESEARCH

The Research and Development division of the college plays an essential role to constitute good communication between the industries and Academics. The Institute conducts research investigations within its academic programmes under all the departments and the Academic Research Centers. The research activities of M.E CAD/CAM engineering is being keen in the diverse area of Mechanical Engineering. The core idea of the M.E CAD/CAM Programme imparts the advancement of theoretical knowledge in the development of new technology to solve practical problems. The research conducted has roofed the areas such as theoretical and applied aspects of core engineering with specialization interest on, machine design, manufacturing, product design, etc. Many of research projects have also acted as the training ground for the young post-graduates of the department.

Publications

1. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Influence of B4C on the tribological and mechanical properties of Al 7075–B4C composites”, Composites: Part B, Vol.54, pp.146-152, 2013. (IF 2.143). Citations -1

2. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Wear and Mechanical characteristics of AA 7075/graphite composites”. Composites Part B Volume 56, January 2014, Pages 472–476 ( IF 2.143).

3. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A., “Influence of graphite on wear properties of AA 7075/Al2O3/Graphite hybrid composite” Composites Part B, Volume 56, January 2014, Pages 464–471 ( IF 2.143).

4. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Wear Characteristics of Al 6061 reinforced with graphite under different loads and speeds” Advanced Materials research, Vol.287-290, pp.998-1002, 2011.( IF .313)

5. Baradeswaran, A., Elayaperumal, A. and Davim J. P. “Effect of B4C on Mechanical properties and Tribological behaviour of AA 6061 - B4C Composites” Journal of the Balkan Tribology Association. Vol. 19, No 2, pp.239-248, 2013. (IF 0.318)

6. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “A Review on the State of art of Wear characteristics of aluminium alloy metal matrix composites” Journal of the Balkan Tribology Association, Vol. 19, No.2, pp.165-177, 2013.(IF 0.318), Citations-1

7. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Effect of Graphite Content on Tribological behaviour of Aluminium alloy - Graphite Composite” European journal of Scientific Research, Vol.53, No. 2, pp.163-172, 2011.Citations -7

8. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Mechanical and Tribological Behaviour of graphite reinforced aluminium metal matrix composites” Journal of the Balkan Tribology Association, Vol. 19, No.3, pp.354-364, 2013.(IF 0.318). Citations-1

9. Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “A Statistical Analysis of Optimization of Wear Behaviour of Al-Al2O3 Composites Using Taguchi Technique”. Journal of procedica Engineering, Elsevier. 2013. (IF .235)

10. Sridharan, K & Sivaramakrishnan, R 2012, ‘Dynamic behavior of tyre tread block’, American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 119-127.

11. Sridharan, K & Sivaramakrishnan, R 2013, ‘Compressive and shear analysis of Rubber block under large strain’, American Journal of Applied Sciences, vol.10, no. 7, pp. 681-687.

12. Sridharan, K, Elangovan, K & Sivaramakrishnan, R 2013, Deformation Analysis of Rubber Cylinders’, International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Emerging Technology, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 1-12.

13. Sridharan, K & Sivaramakrishnan, R 2014, ‘Compression and Deformation of Cylindrical Rubber Blocks’, MAPAN - Journal of Metrology Society of India, vol. 29, no,2, pp. 107-114.

14. K.Sridharan, K.Elangovan , R 2015, ‘ Deformation Analysis of Rubber Blocks Under Large Compressive Strain ‘ Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Special Issue 9: April 2015, pp. 130-136.

International Conferences

  • Baradeswaran, A., Elaya Perumal, A., Anil Kumar, M. and Karthikeyan, S. “Statistical modeling on wear behavior of fabricated AA6061-graphite composite”, 4th International conference on Recent advances in Composite materials IIT-BHU, ICRACM 2013, Goa.
  • Baradeswaran, A., Elaya Perumal, A. and Franklin Issac, R. “A Statistical analysis of optimization of wear behaviour of Al-Al2O3 composites using Taguchi technique”, International Conference on Design and Manufacturing, IConDM 2013, IITDM, Chennai.
  • Sridharan, K & Sivaramakrishnan, R 2010, ‘Reverse engineering of automobile tires by quadratic image processing and feature extraction for surface wear and life prediction’, in Proc. AMMMT.
  • Sridharan, K, Navin Jones Richard, C & Sivaramakrishnan, R 2013, ‘Analysis of static and dynamic behavior of rubber block’, in Proc. ICRRM

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