Mechanical Engineering

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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2009. This department offers B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) from the academic year 2009 – 2010. It has well equipped, state-of-the-art laboratories that cater to the needs of the students,

Principle study topics include fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, solid mechanics, materials engineering, manufacturing engineering, energy systems, dynamics & control systems Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) and other related topics. This broad and flexible program allows students to customize their program to meet their objectives and particular career goals. The department also organises several training programmes, workshops, seminars for staffs and students every year.

Our faculty members explore research in various fields such as Micro Machining, IC Engines, Alternative Fuels, Nano Coatings, Composite materials, Coatings technology, Surface Engineering, Corrosion, Optimization, Nano Materials, Refrigeration and Air conditioning.

VISION AND MISSION

Vision Statement:

“The Mechanical Engineering Department strives to be recognized for education and research leading to qualified engineers, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and successful in advanced fields of engineering and research”

Mission Statement:

"Prepare Engineering Students for Successful Careers"

by

1) Imparting quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them competitive mechanical engineers.

2) Maintaining vital, state-of-the-art research facilities to provide its students and faculty with opportunities to create, interpret, apply and disseminate knowledge.

3) To develop linkages with R&D organizations and educational institutions for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)

The Mechanical Engineering program has established the following Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

A. Technical Growth: Graduates will be successful in modern engineering practice, integrate into the local and global workforce, and contribute to the economy of the nation.

B. Professional Skills: Graduates will continue to demonstrate the professional skills necessary to be competent employees, assume leadership roles, and enjoy career success and satisfaction.

C. Professional Attitude and Citizenship: Graduates will become productive citizens with high ethical and professional standards, make sound engineering or managerial decisions, and have enthusiasm for the profession and professional growth.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of need for sustainable development.
  7. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  8. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Professional: Work professionally in an innovative and entrepreneurial way.

FACULTY DETAILS

Picture

Faculty Name

Current Designation

Contact Phone Number

E-mail

 

Dr. P. Thirumal

Head of the Department

94434555801

ptml76@gmail.com

 

Mr. P. Natarajan

Asst. Professor

7373338587

pnatarajan110@gmail. com

 

Dr. I. Rahamathullah

Asst. Professor

09444269773

rahamath.iitm@gmail.com

 

Mr. S. Ananthakumar

Asst. Professor

9791252169

ananth202004@gmail.com

 

Mr. D. Kulandaivel

Asst. Professor

9952153511

dkvelad@gmail.com

 

Mr. S. Sankar Ganesh

Asst. Professor

8807266386

sankarganesh181085@

gmail.com

Mr. M. Anbarasu

Asst. Professor

9629990313

kmanbarasumani@gmail.Com

Mr. M. Anantha Babu

Asst. Professor

9597375335

mab2k10@gmail.com

Dr. I. Ashok kumar

Asst. Professor

9443694823

akrt02au@gmail.com

Dr. D. Thirumalai Kumarasamy

Asst. Professor

9894319865

tkumarasamy412@gmail.com

Mr. Barathiraja R

Teaching Research Associate

8903107446

barathiraja1980@gmail.com

Mr. K. Arunkumar

Teaching Research Associate

7708926218

mecharun59@gmail.com

Mr. Gokul M

Guest Lecturer

9894600149

mgokulmuniraj@gmail.com

Mr. R. Madhesh

Guest Lecturer

9790892855

madhesh012@gmail.com

SUPPORTING STAFF DETAILS

Picture

Faculty Name

Current Designation

Contact Phone Number

E-mail

 Mr. Dhanasekar

Lab Assistant

9176431806

dhanasekaran.tech@gmail.com

Mr.N. Srinivasan

Lab Assistant

8903941474

seenun40@gmail.com

Mr. J. John Edward Christoper

Lab Assistant

9942213979

cristyk572@gmail.com

LABORATORY DETAILS

  • Engineering Practices Laboratory
  • Manufacturing Technology I Laboratory
  • Manufacturing Technology II  Laboratory
  • Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory
  • Strength of Materials Laboratory
  • Thermal Engineering Lab – I & II Laboratory
  • Dynamics Laboratory
  • Metrology and Measurements Laboratory
  • Mechatronics Laboratory
  • CAD/CAM ,Computer aided Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Arc Welding(Transformer)

2

2

TIG Welding

1

3

Spot Welding

1

4

Gas Welding

1

TOOLS AND MATERIALS

1

Sheet Metal:

Hand Shearing

Carpentry

Wood Planner

Carpentry Wise

C-Clamp

Power Tools

Drilling, Cutting, Planing Machines

2

Fitting Wise:

Fitting Workbench

Drilling

Anvil

3

Tools:

Hammer

Steel rule

Tri square

Punch(Number And Letter)

4

Plumbing:

Plumbing Wise

Die set

5

Foundry Tools:

Foundry Pattern

Muffle Furnace

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY I LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

All gear lathe(Heavy Duty)

4

2

All gear lathe(Light Duty)

6

3

Turret lathe

1

4

Capstan lathe

1

5

Power hacksaw

1

6

Band saw

1

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY II LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Gear hobbing

1

2

Surface grinding

1

3

Cylindrical grinding

1

4

Tool angle cutting

1

5

Vertical milling

1

6

Horizontal milling

1

7

Shaper

2

8

Slotting machine

1

9

Radial  drilling machine

1

10

Drilling tapping machine

1

11

Pillar drilling machine

1

12

Drilling machine(portable)

1

13

Hydraulic injection module

1

14

Grinding pedestal

1

15

Bench grinder

1

16

CNC vertical milling machine

1

17

CNC lathe

1

FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Rotometer

1

2

Venturimetr

1

3

Orificemeter

1

4

Minor Loss Measuring Instrument

1

5

Major Loss Measuring Instrument

1

6

Francis Turbine

1

7

Pelton Turbine

1

8

Kaplan Turbine

1

9

Gear Oil Pump

1

10

Centrifugal Pump

1

11

Submergible Pump

1

12

Reciprocating Pump

1

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Universal Testing Machine

1

2

Brinell Hardness Tester

1

3

Rockwell Hardness Tester

1

4

Impact Tester

1

5

Torsion Tester

1

6

Spring Testing Machine

1

7

Concrete Testing Machine

1

8

Rebar Locator

 

THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB – I & II LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Variable Compression Ratio Engine

1

2

Multi Cylinder Petrol Engine

1

3

Multi Cylinder Diesel Engine (Maruti Suzuki)

1

4

Steam Boiler With Turbine

1

5

Vapour Compression Refrigeration System

1

6

Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System

1

7

Bomb Calorimeter

1

8

Transesterification Plant

1

DYNAMICS LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Cam Analyzer

2

2

Motorized Gyroscope

2

3

Governor Apparatus(Proell , Hartnell)

2

4

Whirling of Shaft Apparatus

2

5

Dynamic Balancing Machine

2

6

Static And Dynamic Balancing Machine

1

7

Vibrating Table

1

8

Vibration Test Facilities Apparatus

1

9

Gear Model

1

10

Kinematic Models To Study Various Mechanisms

1

11

Universal Joints Apparatus

1

12

Four Bar Mechanism Setup

1

METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Profile Projector

1

2

Auto Collimeter

1

3

Surface Roughness Tester

1

4

Distansometer

1

5

Floating Carriage Micrometer

1

6

Height Gauge

4

7

Bore Gauge

1

8

Depth Gauge

1

9

Slip Gauge

2

10

Surface Plate

3

11

Tool Makers Microscope

1

12

Gear Tooth Vernier

2

13

Base Tangent Micrometer

1

14

Bevel Protractor

1

15

Sine Bar

2

16

Metallurgical Microscope

1

17

Pneumatic Comparator

1

18

Mechanical Comparator

1

19

Torque Measuring Setup

1

20

Force Measuring Setup

1

21

Temperature Measurement

Thermocouple, Thermistor, RTD

1

MECHATRONICS LABORATORY

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1

Electro Hydraulic Trainer Kit With Plc

1

2

Basic Hydraulic Trainer Kit

1

3

Electro Pneumatic Trainer Kit

1

4

Basic Pneumatic Trainer Kit

1

5

8051 Microcontroller Kit With Stepper Motor And Drive Circuit LabVIEW Software

1

6

LabVIEW Software With Sensors Sensors To Measure Pressure, Flow Rate, Direction, Speed, Velocity And Force

1

7

Hydraulic Setup With Load

1

8

Encoders

1

9

Ac Drives

1

10

Pneumatic Linear Actuation System

1

11

Flow And Heating Control With Plc

1

12

Manual And Electrical Controls

1

13

Automation Studio(Hydrosim, Pneumosim)

1

CAD/CAM, Computer aided Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

S. No.

NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

 

HARDWARE

 

1

Computer Server

1

2

Computer Nodes Or System High End Cpu(With 4 Gb Ram Graphics) Networked To The  Server

40

3

A3 Size Printer

1

4

Laser Printer

1

5

Projector

1

 

 

 

 

Software

 

1

ABAQUS

30 Users

2

Solidworks

60 Users

3

DELMIA

10 Users

4

CATIA (Digital Manufacturing Package)

10 Users

5

MSC -Adams

120 Users

6

ANSYS

60 Users

FACILITIES

  • Wi-Fi enabled campus
  • Classroom with Interactive board
  • QEEE by IIT Madras
  • Anna University EduSat Classes
  • Intranet Video Lectures (NPTEL)
  • Department Library
  • Projectors in all classrooms
  • Two Number of Seminar Hall
  • Generator Facility
  • Reverse Osmosis system (RO)
  • Drawing hall
  • Micro hardness tester
  • 3D Printing Machine
  • Mini Thermal Power Plant

PROGRAMS ORGANIZED

Programmes Organized under Different Funding Agencies

S. NO.

SPONCORS

NAME OF THE PROGRAMME

DATE

COORDINATOR(S)

1

Anna University

FTDP on Metrology and Measurments

17.05.2017-23.05.2017

Dr. P. Thirumal

Dr. I. Rahmatullah

Faculty Development Programmes Organized Under TEQIP-II

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Duration

Co-ordinator(s)

1

 One week FDP on “Recent Advances in IC Engines research”

02.12.2013-08.12.2013

Prof.D.Kulandaivel AP/Mech

2

one week FDP on “Recent Advances in Alternative Fuels Research”

11.12.2013-17.12.2013

Dr.I.Rahamathullah AP/Mech

3

FDP on Modeling And Simulation In Mechanical Engineering "

19.05.2014 - 25.05.2014

Dr.I.Rahamathullah AP/Mech

4

7 day FDP on “Finite Element Method for Engineering Applications”

20.2.13 - 26.2.13

Prof.P.Tirumal HOD/Mech

5

FDP on “Processing and Application of Composites”

21-06-2013 to 27-06-2013

Prof.P.Natarajan AP/Mech

6

FDP  on “Reverse Engineering And Rapid Prototype”

 (16.07.2013-22.07.2013)

Prof.S.Sankar Ganesh AP/Mech

7

FDP on “Recent Advances in Optimization Techniques”

18.11.2013-24.11.2013

Prof.G.RajKumar AP/Mech

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff Development Programmes Organized Under TEQIP-II

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Duration

Co-ordinator(s)

1

Safety Engineering and Industrial Act 1948

  27.06.2013-28.6.2013

Prof.D.Kulandaivel AP/Mech

2

Testing of IC Engine with practical demonstration of smoke meter and Exhaust gas analyzer

23.4.2013-24.04.2013

Prof.S.Anatha Kumar AP/Mech

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Training Programmes Organized Under TEQIP-II

S.NO

PROGRAMS ORGANISED

DURATION

1

CNC lathe.

2013-2014

2

Design and Analysis of Composite materials

3

Design and Analysis of Composite materials

4

Communication skills training

5

Communication workshop

6

PLC hydraulic and Pneumatic Circuits & Automation

7

Robotics Training

    24.01.2014-26.01.2014

8

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

    19.02.2014-20.02.2014

9

Microprocessor and Microcontroller

 (14.09.2013 – 15.09.2013)

10

Programmable logic controller with Hydraulic and Pneumatic Applications(MECH)

(21.09.2013 – 22.09.2013)

11

Robotics Training

24.01.2014-26.01.2014

12

Workshop on RC Aircraft

12.12.2013-14.12.2013

13

Career Development & Opportunity in public Sector

 

14

PLC hydraulic and Pneumatic Circuits & Automation

 

15

Advanced Unconventional Machining process

 

16

Soft skills development

(14.09.2013 – 15.09.2013)

17

NAFEMS-Employability Enhancement Training programme on CAD/CAM & CAE

23.12.2013-28.12.2013

18

TQM tools quality systems & ISO 9000/14000

 

19

Communication behavior skill development

 

20

Innovative Technologies and Internal Combustion Engineering

19.07.2014 to 20.07.2014

21

Computer aided Manufacturing

26.07.2014 to 27.07.2014

22

Applied Hydraulics and pneumatics with applications

07.10.2014 to 08.10.2014

23

Total Quality Management

25.07.2014 to 27.07.2014

24

PLC  and automation

08.10.2014 to 09.10.2014

25

Communication skill development

27.02.2015 to 28.02.2015

26

Innovation Techniques in Thermal technologies

07.02.2015 to 08.02.2015

27

C Programming for Mechanical Engineers-Insemi Tech,Bangalore

27.02.2015 to 28.02.2015

28

3D Printing

06.03.2015 to 07.03.2015

29

Role of foreign language in higher studies and engineering careers

13.02.2015 to 14.02.2015

30

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-ESCI,Hyderabad

20.01.2015 to 21.02.2015

31

Interdisciplinary workshop on on Design and Development of Ornithopters-ESCI,Hyderabad

20.01.2015 to 21.02.2015

32

Finite Element Methods

02.03.2015 to 05.03.2015

33

Interdisciplinary Workshop On Additive Manufacturing

06.03.2015 to 07.03.2015

34

German Language For Engineers

18.07.2015 to 20.07.2015

35

German Language For Engineers

24.07.2015 to 27.07.2015

36

Computer Aided Drafting using CREO 3.0

01.08.2015 to 02.08.2015

37

Recent trends in heat and mass transfer

31.07.2015 to 01.08.2015

38

CNC Programming, Simulation and Operation

07.08.2015 to 08.08.2015

39

Intensive Training Program on C

10.08.2015 to 14.08.2015

40

Japanese Language for Engineers

17.08.2015 to 22.08.2015

41

Total Quality Management Implementation in Automotive Industries

15.09.2015 to 16.09.2015

42

CII TEQIP Deliverable

10.3.2016

43

Advanced thermodynamics for mechanical Engineers

30.07.2016 to 31.07.2016

44

Computer Aided Design using Autocad

16.07.2016 to 17.07.2016

45

3D modelling using CREO

13.08.2016 – 14.08.2016

46

Advancement in heat and mass transfer

16.07.2016 to 17.07.2016

47

Hands on training in 3D printer and 3D Scanner

22.07.2016 to 23.07.2016

48

New Technology of Internal Combustion Engine

10.08.2016 to 11.08.2016

49

Recent trends in renewable energy

20.07.2016 to 21.07.2016

50

Machining of Advanced Materials

27.07.2016 to 28.07.2016

51

Innovation Products and Patents

09.08.2016- 10.08.2016

52

Quality tools , Techniques and Certification

19.08.2016 – 20.08.2016

53

Simulation and Analysis using ANSYS

23.08.2016 – 24.08.2016

54

Automotive Engines for Mechanical Engineers

23.1.2017 to 25.1.2017

55

Quality Asssurance & Quality Control

 

56

Recent Trends in Thermal Engineering

24.01.2017 to 25.01.2017

57

Geometric Dimensioning & tolerance

28.01.2017 to 29.01.2017

58

Drawing reading skills

29.01.2017 to 30.01.2017

59

Interview facing skills

31.01.2017 to 01.02.2017

60

Hands on training in FEA using Ansys

31.01.2017 to 01.02.2018

61

ANSYS workbench

09.02.2017 to 10.02.2017

62

CATIA

12.02.2017 to 13.02.2017

63

Computational Fluid dynamics

02.02.2017 to 05.02.2017

64

Advanced Manufacturing technology

07.02.2017 to 08.02.2017

65

Hands on training in CNC turning and milling

16.02.2017 to 18.02.2017

66

Employability essentials

27.02.2017 to 28.02.2017

67

Power generation and refrigeration by thermal engineering

10.02.2017 to 12.02.2017

68

Alternate Energy Technologies

14.02.2017to 16.02.2017

69

Characterization and Application of composite materials

09.02.2017 to 10.02.2017

70

Finite Element Analysis in mechanical Engineering

11.02.2017 to 12.02.2017

71

Structural & non structural Analysis using FEA

23.02.2017 to 24.02.2017

72

Computer Aided Design and Modelling using AutoCAD

25.02.2017 to 26.02.2017

73

Survival German language course for engineering

02.02.2017 to 05.02.2017

74

Survival German language course for engineering

20.02.2017 to 22.02.2017

75

Innovation and patents

06.02.2017 to 07.02.2017

76

Application of hydrauling and pneumatics

08.02.2017 to 09.02.2017

77

PLC Programming & Hands on training

15.02.2017, 18.02.2017 to 19.02.2017

78

Advanced IC engines and Alternate fuels

16.02.2017 to 17.02.2017

79

Practical German language course :level I

23.02.2017 to 26.02.2017

80

Practical German language course :level I

04.03.2017 to 06.03.2017

81

Total productivity management

27.02.2017 to 28.02.2017

82

Skill for facing interview

01.03.2017 to 02.03.2017

83

Trends and Advanced Research in Green Energy Technologies

04.03.2017 to 05.03.2017

MoU

  • Tata Technologies, Bangalore
  • NAFEMS India, Bangalore
  • Focus Academy career Enhancement
  • Titan Industries
  • Engineering Staff College(India)
  • IIT, Delhi
  • Classle knowledge pvt. Ltd
  • CII
  • Pantech Solutions
  • Pantech ProLABS Pvt Ltd.
  • Green Power Solar System Inc,
  • Focus Academy Career Enhancement,Coimbatore

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

Patents:

S. No.

INVENTOR NAME

PATENT NAME

PATENT APP NO.

1

Dr. P. Thirumal

Soap Dispenser with a body scrub

201641024529A

2

Dr. P. Thirumal

Water Management Device And System Thereof

201641033042

3

Dr. P. Thirumal

Method and System for Remotely Adjustment Height and Angle of a Wall Mounted Television Fixer

201741012456

4

Dr. P. Thirumal

A Smart Color Writing Tool for Interactive Board

201741013344

5

Prof. S. Ananthakumar

Portable Apparatus to bind disrupted solid surfaces

201741004499

6

Prof. S. Ananthakumar

Helmet Wear Notification System

201741003249

Research Project:

Name of the Project

Studies on Development of an Integrated Approach for Rapid Modelling of Annular Combustor for Aero Gas Turbines

Investigator

Dr. P. Thirumal

Funded By

Research Board (New Delhi, India)

Amount

Rs.25.26 Lakhs

Duration

3 Years

Status

On going

 

Name of the Project

Application of simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) Technique for three dimensional reconstruction through MAV platforms

Investigator

Dr. P. Thirumal

Funded By

DRDO

Amount

Rs. 13.23 Lakhs

Duration

2014-16.

Status

Completed

 

Name of the Project

Development of fused filament deposition based 3D printer and green filament From Recycled e-wastes and plastic wastes.

Investigator

Dr. P. Thirumal

Funded By

DST

Amount

Rs.38,00,000

Duration

2 Years

Status

 Started

Journal / Conference Publication:

S.No.

Dept.

National/ International

Journal/
Proceedings

Title of the Paper

Journal/Proceeding Name

Year

Author(s)

1

Mech

International

Journal

Fuzzy rule based prediction of IAQ characteristics In air conditioned car

IJST

2015

P. Thirumal, K. S. Amirthagadeswaran and S. Jayabal,

2

Mech

International

Journal

Experimental investigation and optimization of comfort indoor air quality in commercial bedrooms

International Journal of Applied Engineering Research

2015

I.Daniellawrence, S.Jayabal, P.Thirumal, D.Madhanraj

3

Mech

International

Journal

Experimental Investigation and Optimization of Comfort Indoor Air Quality in Theatre Hall

International Journal of Applied Engineering Research

2015

I.Daniel Lawrence, S.Jayabal, P.Thirumal

4

Mech

International

Journal

Experimental and Statistical Analysis of Indoor Air Quality Characteristics in an Air Conditioned Car

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

2014

P. Thirumal, K.S. Amirthagadeswaran and S. Jayabal

5

Mech

International

Journal

Optimization of Indoor Air Quality Characteristics in an Air-Conditioned Car Using Multi-objective Genetic Algorithm

Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering

2014

P. Thirumal, K. S. Amirthagadeswaran, S. Jayabal

6

Mech

International

Journal

Optimization of IAQ characteristics of an air-conditioned car using GRA and RSM

Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology

2014

P. Thirumal, K. S. Amirthagadeswaran, S. Jayabal

7

Mech

International

Journal

Analysis of Indoor Air Quality and PMV-PPD Model in Dynamic Conditioned Car Cabin GRA and RSM

IJIRSET

2014

Daniel Lawrence I, Thiruneelakandan G, Dr.Jayabal S, Thirumal P

8

Mech

International

Journal

CFD Analysis Of Air Flow And Temperature Distribution In An Air Conditioned Car

IRJES

2013

Rameshkumar.A, Jayabal.S, and Thirumal.P

9

Mech

International

Journal

Effects of CO2 Exhaled and Human Metabolism on Comfort Conditions in Air-conditioned Indoor Environment

Journal

2010

P. Thirumal, S. Balasubramanian, N. ShenbagaVinayagaMoorthi

10

Mech

International

Journal

Ventilation impacts on thermo sensation and indoor Air quality,

The Ecoscan

2010

P. Thirumal and G. Saraswathy

11

Mech

International

Journal

Investigation on performance, emission and combustion characteristics of variable compression engine fuelled with diesel,waste plastics oil blends

J of Braz. Soc. Mech. Sci. Eng

2016

S. Ananthakumar, S. Jayabal, P. Thirumal

12

Mech

International

Journal

Thrust and Torque Analyses for Different Strategies Adapted in Micro-drilling of Glass-Fibre-Reinforced Plastic

Journal of  Engineering Manufacture

2011

Rahamathullah, I. and Shunmugam M.S

13

Mech

International

Journal

Analyses of Forces and Hole Quality in Micro-drilling of Carbon Fabric Laminate Composites

Journal of Composite Materials

2012

Rahamathullah, I. and Shunmugam M.S

14

Mech

International

Journal

Mechanistic approach for prediction of forces in micro-drilling of plain and glass fiber reinforced epoxy based plastics

International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

2014

Rahamathullah, I. and Shunmugam M.S

15

Mech

International

Journal

Preparation and Performance Characteristics of Helianthus Annus Cooked Oil Based Biodiesel on A Single Cylinder Four Stroke CI (Kirloskar) Engine

International Journal of Applied Engineering Research

2015

Ashfaque Ahmed, S., Hemakumar, S., Jeeva, V.,  Somanathrao, V.  and Rahamathullah, I

16

Mech

International

Journal

Experimental Study of Machining Parameters in Cylindrical Components using Abrasive based Finishing Process

Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities

2016

Anandan.K, Suresh Prabhu. P. and Rahamathullah. I

17

Mech

International

Journal

Experimental Investigations on the Performance Characteristics of a Modified Four Bladed Savonius Hydro-Kinetic Turbine

International Journal Of Renewable Energy Research

2016

J. Thiyagaraj, Rahamathullah I.,  Suresh P.

18

Mech

International

Journal

Optimization of magneto rheological fluid assisted cylindrical surface finishing parameters for machining AISI 304L austenitic stainless steel,

Journal of  Engineering Manufacture

2016

Kamaraj Anandan, Rahamathullah I.,  Suresh P.,  Madan D

19

Mech

International

Proceedings

Planning for assembly from Mating Features of Components

21st All India Manufacturing Technology, Design and Research (AIMTDR)

2004

Rahamathullah, I. and G. Rajamohan

20

Mech

International

Proceedings

Investigations into the Micro-Drilling Force Characteristics of Plain Epoxy Sheet, International Conference on Advancements in Polymeric Materials

CIPET LARPM, Bhubaneswar. 

2014

Rahamathullah, I. and Shunmugam M.S

21

Mech

International

Proceedings

Preparation and Performance Test On Single Cylinder Four Stroke CI Engine With Animal Fat

International Conference on Green Technology for Environmental Pollution Prevention and control

2014

Ashfaque Ahmed, S.  and Rahamathullah, I

22

Mech

International

Proceedings

Preparation and Performance Analysis of CI Engine with Tallow Fat Methyl Ester in Single Cylinder Kirloskar CI Engine

International Conference on Recent Advances in Technology, Engineering and Science

2016

Ashfaque Ahmed, S. and Rahamathullah. I

23

Mech

National

Proceedings

Preparation and single cylinder four stroke CI engine performance analysis using cow fat based bio-diesel

Recent Innovations in Engineering, Technology, Management & Applications

2016

Ashfaque Ahmed, S.  and Rahamathullah, I

24

Mech

National

Proceedings

Optimization of pulse electro-deposition of Ni-SiC Nano Composites coatings using Response Surface Methodology

National Conference in Advances in Mechanical Engineering

2018

S. Sankar Ganesh, P. Natarajan

25

Mech

National

Proceedings

Surface Morphology and wear behavior of Ni-SiC Nano composites by pulse electro deposition

National Conference in Advances in Mechanical Engineering

2018

P. Natarajan,  S. Sankar Ganesh,

26

Mech

National

Proceedings

Wear Study on Basalt, Flax and Hybrid Fiber reinforced Phenolic Composites

International conference on Modern Innovations in Nano Technology- Science and Engg. Of materials

2018

I. Ashok kumar

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  1. Mr. M. S. M. Syed Buhari Moulana

Asst. Manager-Project and Mantenance,

Titan company Limited Jewellery Division,

Hosur.

  1. Mr. M. Anbarasu          

           Asst. Professor

           Department of Mechanical Engineering

           GCEB

Foreign Technical training Programme for students

Name: Manjunathan P

Dept: Mech

University : Universitat Rovira I Virgili-Tarragona , Spain

Country: Spain

Date: 10.07.2017 to 27.07.2017

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