Counselling Code 2634

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Excel Engineering College, Komarapalayam is established in the academic year of 2008-09 with a yearly intake of 60.The intake of the department has been increased to 120 per year from the year 2012 onwards. Also PG Course M.E Thermal Engineering is introduced in the academic year of 2014-15 with yearly intake of 24.

The Department is continuously striving to achieve excellence in Education, Academic and Industry Oriented Research as well as consultancy work with service to the society. We aim to provide our students with a perfect blend of intellectual and practical experiences that helps them to serve our society and address a variety of needs.

The Mechanical Engineering discipline involves the application of principles of physics for analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of Mechanical System. It requires a solid understanding of key concepts including Mechanics, Kinematics, Thermodynamics and Energy. Mechanical Engineers use these principles and involve themselves in design and analysis of Automobiles, Aircraft, Heating and Cooling systems, Water Craft, Manufacturing plants, Industrial Equipments and Machinery, Medical Devices and more.

Department Stats

Course Duration

B.E – 4 Years
M.E – 2 Years

Semesters

08
04

Placement Stats

76% Students Placed in The Year Of 2020-21

Point of Contact

Head of the Department

Placement Coordinator

HOD’s Message

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Dr. NATARAJAN N

Professor and Head

Educational Qualification : PhD
Teaching Experience         : 23 Years
Industry Experience          : NIL

Warm and heartiest Greetings from Department of Mechanical Engineering Department. The college has been simply exponential in its growth as it has been actively involved in various activities that have brought to light the hidden talents of the students and staff. Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and broadest engineering discipline, and plays a significant role in enhancing economic growth, enjoyment and overall quality of life throughout the world. Mechanical Engineering is a professional core engineering discipline that deals with the design, manufacture and maintenance of any product of any industry.

Our department has a team of dedicated highly qualified and experienced faculty, good infrastructure and lab facilities. We are striving hard continuously to improve upon the quality of education and to maintain its position of leadership in engineering and technology. The core values of the department help the students to develop their overall personality and make them worthy to compete and work at global level. Our faculty are continuously attending various training programs, publishing research papers, books and filing patents. Many are pursuing research. Our department has been conducting seminar / conferences, value added courses to keep the faculty and students abreast with the latest developments in the field of technical education. We have MoU with industries to offer internships during the course of study. We are happy to share that many students are pursuing higher studies in leading universities in India and abroad. Our students have also occupied top positions in multinational companies. I am certain that our students will prove to be an invaluable asset to an organization.

Vision & Mission

Our Vision

“To create competitive man power in the field of Mechanical Engineering, for the advantage of mankind”

Our Mission

• To create a conducive learning environment to make students as competent engineers.
• To nurture the entrepreneurial ability among students.
• To maintain sustainable development for creative learning to serve the engineering society.
• To inculcate human values and sensitivity.

List of Laboratory

Metrology & Measurements Lab
Engineering Practices Lab
CNC Lab

Additional Labs for Advanced Learning

Hyundai professional center
Research Centre
Dassault Systems Centre of Excellence
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory
Strength of Materials Laboratory
Strength of Materials Laboratory
Manufacturing Technology Laboratory
Manufacturing Technology Laboratory
Thermal Engineering Laboratory
Thermal Engineering Laboratory
Dynamics Laboratory
Dynamics Laboratory
Metrology and Measurements Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory
CAD / CAM Laboratory
Mechatronics Laboratory
Mechatronics Laboratory
Engineering Practices Laboratory
Engineering Practices Laboratory

Programs Outcomes & Objective

Program Outcome describe the knowledge, skills and attitudes the students should have at the end of a four year engineering program.

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  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, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling of complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. 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.
  7. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions to societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering 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.
  12. Lifelong learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes are statements that describe what the graduates of a specific engineering program should be able to do.

  1. Ability to apply their knowledge to design and analysis by using software tools.
  2. Engage them professionally in industries or as entrepreneurs in the field of manufacturing and design

Department Activities

Corona Virus Awareness Program

Our MACHINE WARRIOZ ASSOSIATION, Department of Mechanical Engineering has conducted a Corona virus awareness program. In this program nearly 400 students are participated and benifited. Chief guest of the program Dr.S.Vengadesh Senior Medical officer, Excel Homeopathy Medical College.

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corona

Summary Report on Alumni Guest Lecture

An alumni guest lecture was conducted by our machine warriors association on (25-01-2020).in that the chief guest lecture was given by Mr. Karthikeyan.

In that he shared many things about the industries and his knowledge gained during the industrial trainings and how to work and the oppourtunites avilable in industries

Finally, he concluded his speech by sharing his innovational thoughts and the and the gate ways available in the society for mechanical engineers based on career.

Summary Report on Guest Lecture on NDU

Our MACHINE WARRIOZ ASSOCIATION, Department of Mechanical Engineering has conducted a guest lecture on Non Destructive testing and Materials by Mr. Ramasamy Managing partner Dr.Abdhul Kalam, Educational Institutions, Salem. on (14-02-2020).

In this heat of our department Mr.G.Nallakumarasamy has given an introduction speech about the non destructive testing and then followed by that he welcomed the chief guest with honour.

Then our chief guest Mr.Ramasamy Managing partner Dr.Abdhul Kalam Educational Institutions,salem. has explained about the non destructive testing and briefly about the usage of an non destructive testing.

Then the function was concluded by giving an brief account on the non destructive testing and the knowledge about NDU which was very useful to our students of our department. Then the final address was given by our student.

Report on Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam Birthday Celebration

Machine warriorz association of mechanical engineering ‘MY IDEA’ competition conducted on (15-10-2019) at excel engineering college for celebrating Dr.A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM’S 88th birthday.

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celebration
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celebration

Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC)

On (23-01-2020) in our department of mechanical engineering an Guest Lecture from Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC) by our machine warriors association.

In that function introduction was given by our head of mechanical department Mr.G.Nallakumarasamy and head of aeronautical department Mr.K.Sankaran.Then followed by that our chief guest has given a brief account on the Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC).

Finally, the function was concluded up giving the brief account (EDC).and the benefits of (EDC) and the opportunities available in (EDC).

Report on Industrial Explorer’19-6th Edition

The function was started by enlightening the glorious lamp by our chief guests of the function.

Then the light lamp (kuthu vilaku) was lightened by our chief guest and students.

Mr MOHANDOSS KRISHNASWAMY plant head-HR, Hindustan motor finance corp. ltd. Thiruvallur. Honoured our Dr R.Nallusamy principle of engineering and technology.

Mr ARUNMOZHIARASU.K.K Sr.manager/quality EASi(an alleges group company), Bangalore honoured our placement director Dr.D.Devakumar IRRP.

Mr.GURUPRASAD director solutionbuggy, Bangalore honoured our Dr.S.P.Venkadesan HOD department of mechanical-S&H-E&T.

he shared his life time experience which was very useful to our student, in various ways the he shared his knowledge which he gained in his life time is various occasions. Then he made the student to know there level of knowledge his speech had made the students to lead a successful future.

Report on Seminor

Investigations on Tool Life Enhancement of a Tungsten Carbide.

Our department has conducted a seminar on Investigations on tool life enhancement of a tungsten carbide. By Mr. N.Tamliselvan and Mr.K.Boopathy at smart class on (04-01-2020).

He explained about the design software available and the use of software’s in the industries. The jobs available based on the skills in software’s.

The followed by Mr.K.boopathy explained the various types of tools used in the present industries and the development of the product in the industries wide gates opened in industries to mechanical engineers.

Then the seminar was concluded at the final report on the Investigations on tool life enhancement of tungsten carbide trainings to our students and wide definition about the tools and handled the products.

Guest Lecture on United CADD Solution

Our MACHINE WARRIORZ ASSOCIATION of Mechanical Department are conducted Guest Lecture on United CADD Solution on 25-01-2020.

In that Mr.N.Tamilselvan and Mr.yuvaraj of our mechanical department has explained about the cadd importance and usage of cadd on the daily industries .

Then our guest who has explained the usage of cadd in designing of an product available in the industries with various slides, which was very useful to our students.

Then finally concluded the Seminar about CADD software in the Design and Manufacturing of Industries, shared placement opportunities in industries, and also offered courses for design (CAD / CAM software).

Value Added Courses

Research & Development

Faculty Eligible for Guiding Ph.D. Scholars

S.No Name of the Faculty Area of Specialization Year of Registration for Guideship University
Academic Year 2016-17
1 Dr. V. K. Shunmughanaathan Mechanical Scheduling 2009 Anna University
2 Dr.G.Nallakumarasamy Manufacturing 2012 Anna University
Academic Year 2017-18
1 Dr. V. K. Shunmughanaathan Mechanical Scheduling 2009 Anna University
2 Dr.G.Nallakumarasamy Manufacturing 2012 Anna University
Academic Year 2018-19
1 Dr. V. K. Shunmughanaathan Mechanical Scheduling 2009 Anna University
2 Dr.G.Nallakumarasamy Manufacturing 2012 Anna University
Academic Year 2019-20
1 Dr. V. K. Shunmughanaathan Mechanical Scheduling 2009 Anna University
2 Dr.G.Nallakumarasamy Manufacturing 2012 Anna University
Academic Year 2020-21
1 Dr. N.Natarajan Composite Material 2008 Anna University
2 Dr. B.K. Gnanavel Cable Mechanics 2012 Anna University
Academic Year 2021-22
1 Dr. N.Natarajan Composite Material 2008 Anna University
2 Dr. B.K. Gnavel Cable Mechanics 2012 Anna University
3 Dr. R.Vinoth Heat Transfer, Heat Exchanger 2021 Anna University

R & D Proposals Details

S.No Academic Year  Name of the Scheme Name of the Faculty Title of the proposal Fund Request
1 2020-21 DST-FIST Mr.M.Sambathkumar Advanced Thermal Engineering Laboratory 75,00,000
3 2020-21 SERB Mr. R. RAJARAJAN Advanced Precision Irrigation Systems in Digital Farming 1,65,000
4 2020-21 AICTE Dr. K. Boopathy
Mr. M.Sampathkumar
Recent trends in mechanical sciences robotic and automation 3,00,000
5 2020-21 AICTE-RPS Dr. K. Boopathy Investigation on Tool life enhancement of Tungsten Carbide 226000
6 2020-21 DIT Mr. Praveen & Selvakumar Awareness Programme on Post Harvest 49000
7 2020-21 TNSCST Dr.N.Venkatachalam Fabrication on Sustainable Energy House through Green Power Techniques for Eco – Socio Environment 10000
8 2020-21 TNSCST N.Tamilselvan Design and Fabrication of Coconut Husk Unloading Machine from Goods Vehicle 10000
9 2020-21 TNSCST M.Sambathkumar Design & Fabrication of Rope fully 10000
10 2020-21 TNSCST D.Alagesan Design and Fabrication of Double pass Solar Heat Exchanger 10000
11 2020-21 TNSCST S.Ananthakumar Design and Fabrication of Agriculture sprayer, Plougher and wetter with cutter 10000
12 2020-21 TNSCST M.Nanthakumar Foot Step power generation using Rack & Pinion 10000
13 2020-21 TNSCST Dr. K.Boopathy Design and Fabrication of Paddy Planting Machine 10000
14 2020-21 TNSCST N.PrithiviRaj Conventional Refrigeration System by using PCM 10000
15 2020-21 AICTE Dr. N. Natarajan
D. Alagesan
IDEA LAB 1,09,85,850
16 2020-21 SERB-Core Research Grant Dr.N.Venkatachalam Excel Innovation & Research Incubation Centre (EIRIC)
( File No: CRG/2021/000016 )
1,73,64,601
17 2020-21 SERB- START UP Dr.K.Boopathy & M.SampathKumar Investigations on Tool Life Enhancement of a Tungsten Carbide Insert 30,17,428
18 2020-21 AICE-ATAL Dr.N.Venkatachalam Fabrication on Sustainable Energy House through Green Power Techniques for Eco – Socio Environment 93,000
19 2020-21 SERB-Core Research Grant Dr.R.Vinoth Effective Thermal ManagementSystem in Electricc Vehicle PowerConverters using Oblique FinnedHexagonal Microchannel with Hybrid NanoFluid 37,46,096
20 2020-21 SERB-SUPRA Dr.S.Balakrishnan &  Dr. R.Vinoth Investigation of Structural intergrity of shape iperfect pipebends under different mechanical loadings using 3DScanner and ABAQUS nonlinear software package 25,00,551
S.No Name of the Student members Name of the Guide Title of Project Name of the Sponsored Industry Sponsored Amount (Rs.)
Academic Year 2020-21
1 1.Mahesh Kumar. G
2.Elbin George
3.Dinesh Kumar. R
Mr. M. Nandhakumar Future development on Drone Rice Mills 2,00,000
2 1.Vignesh. R
2.Abinesh. V
3.Thushar. T
Mr. P.P. Gowtham Ford Eco Sport vehicle Car Ford India Private Limited, Tamilnadu 12,86,972
Total Rs. 14,86,972

Future development on Drone-Gallery

Industry Institute Interaction

Industrial Visit

S. No. Organization with Which MoU is signed Name of the Industry/Institution/Cooperate house Year of Signing MoU Duratiom
1. We win Finishing Equipment PVT LTD Excel Engineering College 2019 Life Time
2. Nouveaux Industries PVT LTD Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
3. Euro Cast Engineering Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
4. SIM InfoSystems PVT LTD Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
5. Sakthi AutoComponents Limited Excel Engineering College 2019 3 years
6. Vijay Agro Pipe line Industies Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
7. Wonjin autoparts india private limited, Excel Engineering College 2020 Lifetime

JSW Namelist III YR (JSW STEEL INDIA LIMITED)

S.No Student Name
1 Arun.R
2 Arunkumar.A
3 Balaji.M
4 Barath.M
5 Boopathi.G
6 Balaganesh.R
7 Dinakar.S
8 Dinesh.P
9 Dinakaran.P
10 Gopinath.V
11 Gunasekar.S
12 Hariprasath.S
13 Jeeva.R
14 Kanagaraj.M
15 Karthik.S
16 Karthikaivel.S
17 Kathirvel.S
18 Loganand.J
19 Mathan Raj.M
20 Praveen.M

NAB Name List IV YR (CRAYDESI PVT LIMITED)

S.No Student Name
1 Prabin Mahato
2 Pankaj Yadav
3 Motifansari
4 Nirankumar
5 Nestline Anto Johny
6 Iuto.Y. Shohe
7  Habib Dhuniya
8 Manjay Kumar
9 Niraj Kumaryadav
10 Nirankumar Haobam

Details of MoU Signed

S. No. Organization with Which MoU is signed Name of the Industry/Institution/Cooperate house Year of Signing MoU Duration
1. We win Finishing Equipment PVT LTD Excel Engineering College 2019 Life Time
2. Nouveaux Industries PVT LTD Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
3. Euro Cast Engineering Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
4. SIM InfoSystems PVT LTD Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
5. Sakthi AutoComponents Limited Excel Engineering College 2019 3 years
6. Vijay Agro Pipe line Industies Excel Engineering College 2019 5 years
7. Wonjin autoparts india private limited, Excel Engineering College 2020 Lifetime

Industry Tie-ups

S.No. Name of the Industry Purpose
1 Nouveaux Industries Pvt, Ltd -Kangayam Project , Placement, Internship, Industrial Visit
2 EURO Cast Engineering-Annur-Coimbatore Project , Placement, Internship, Industrial Visit
3 SIM InfoSystems Pvt Ltd-Chennai Project , Placement, Internship, Industrial Visit
4 Sakthi Auto Component Limited – Uthukuli Project , Placement, Internship, Industrial Visit

Awards and Recognition

1. Life time achievement award – Dr.V.K.Shunmughanaathan at 21st ISTE TN section annual engineering faculty convention, Karpagam institute of technology, Coimbatore on 29th march 2019 by Indian society of technical education
2. Best Paper Award - R.Rajarajan on the paper titled An Intrinsic Power Prediction Technique to Enhance Power Quality Using Unified Power Quality Conditioner in Power System in International e-Conference on Green Technologies for Power generation, Communication and Health Care on 6th June,2020 organized by Department of ECE , EEE & BME at SPIHER, Chennai, India.