Mechanical Engineering

  • About Us

Message from the HOD

Our Department is one of the best department in Narayanaguru College of Engineering .The Department is providing the latest technology based facilities for conducting experiments and carrying out research. The department has grown from strength to strength from its inception and currently having 15 well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty with PG degree specialization in all inter-disciplines of Mechanical Engineering. At present, it offers undergraduate programme, B.E. in Mechanical Engineering with a sanctioned intake of 60 students. We have a department library with 843 books which can be easily assessed by department students and faculties. The department is equipped with ICT facilities in all class rooms.We intend to carve a name in the top echelons of the academic & professional world. Our objective is not to merely produce professionals capable to serve their own needs but endeavour to serve the society with great concern for human values. The fertile soil of Mechanical Engineering Department invites the deserving, dedicated & enthusiastic students to join us and cultivate their bright future to enjoy the fruits later. Let me tell you that Mechanical Engineering Branch is evergreen branch. Industries of all varieties do require a large number of mechanical engineers. So there is unlimited scope for employment to secure a bright future for those opting to become Mechanical Engineers. I wish success in your endeavor to join us on the journey of quality education & to have a great learning experience with my excellent, loving & caring team.

  • Vision & Mission

Vision

  • To offer more PG courses in the emerging trends
  • To have M.O.U. with leading industries reputed institutions in the country and abroad
  • To provide quality technical education and prepare the students to become well qualified Mechanical Engineers competent to face global challenges and to serve the society by acquiring adequate professional knowledge and skills by training.

Mission

  • Quality Education: To produce innovative, competent and goal-oriented Mechanical Engineers through cutting-edge technology and educational experience.
  • Technology Updation: To enrich the knowledge of students by imparting state-of- the- art technology, so that they will satisfactorily serve the society.
  • Employability: To improve employability of students through Industry-Institution relationship and make them industry ready.
  • Research & Development: To extend the knowledge of the faculty members continuously through research and development initiatives.
  • Courses Offered

UG

      BE – Mechanical Engineering

  • Syllabus

Hyperlink for above mentioned title:

https://cac.annauniv.edu/PhpProject1/aidetails/afug_2017_fu/3.%20B.E.%20Mech%20.pdf
  • PEOs, POs& PSOs

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering curriculum is designed to impart Knowledge, Skill and Attitude on the graduates to

  • Have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and allied industries.
  • Have expertise in the areas of Design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing.
  • Contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices.
  • Practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.
  • Graduates will adapt to evolving technologies through life-long learning.
  • To develop among students the ability to work with others in professional and societal settings.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering sciences to develop mathematical models for industrial problems.
  • An ability to identify, formulates, and solve complex engineering problems. with high degree of competence.
  • An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data obtained through those experiments.
  • An ability to design mechanical systems, component, or a process to meet desired needs within the realistic constraints such as environmental, social, political and economic sustainability.
  • An ability to use modern tools, software and equipment to analyze multidisciplinary problems.
  • An ability to demonstrate on professional and ethical responsibilities.
  • An ability to communicate, write reports and express research findings in a scientific community.
  • An ability to adapt quickly to the global changes and contemporary practices.
  • An ability to engage in life-long learning.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

  • Apply the fundamentals of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge to identify, formulate, design, investigate and solve complex engineering problems of machines & mechanisms, kinematics and dynamics, mechanical components & systems and realize the dream of India to establish world class manufacturing facility having computer-based design, analysis, simulation and fabrication with best quality practices.
  • Apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering hardware and software tools in the design and integration of mechanical system, to engage in lifelong learning for the advancement of technology and its adaptation in multi-disciplinary environments.
  • Implementation of professional engineering solutions for the betterment of society keeping the environmental   context in mind, be aware of professional ethics and be able to communicate effectively.
  • Facilities
  • Department Library

In a large space, the Department Library houses 350 volumes with more than 60 titles. The books explore all aspects of mechanical engineering, as well as new technologies.

ü  CNC laboratory

Modern CNC machines are used in this lab. This lab will assist in the comprehension of numerical computing techniques and programmed control units. To manufacture any highly automated component that closely resembles the CAD model.

  • CAD/CAM Laboratory

In this computerised age, the CAD CAM lab provides a forum with all of the requisite resources for students to gain exposure to various software and programming techniques used in mechanical engineering. It also equips them with skills in computer-assisted design, simulation, modelling, and computerised system operation.

  • Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

Students will learn about calibration and how to use various measurement instruments in this lab. At the end of this lab, students will have a thorough understanding of the complexities that come with every calculation.

  • Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Students will learn about the design and operation of miniature versions of different machines that use water power, such as hydraulic turbines and pumps, in the fluid mechanics lab.The student develops a basic understanding of regulating fluid flow and the properties of a fluid in motion by performing these experiments and learning. To put it another way, students become proficient in fluid mechanics.

  • Thermal Engineering Laboratory

Heat, which is an excellent working material, is often dealt with by mechanical engineers. As a result, the programme includes a thermal lab. This lab teaches students the fundamentals of heat transfer. It provides students with hands-on experience with a variety of heat flow control and measurement instruments.

  • Engineering Practices Laboratory

Every student who are interestedin Engineering education must be aware of all types of engineering works with proper standard procedure.This Laboratory providespractical exposure to the first year students with hands on experience on various basic engineering practices in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

  • Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

This lab is intended for students to learn and practice numerous machining operations that can be performed in lathe, shaping, drilling, milling etc. and equip students with the practical knowledge required in the manufacturing/production companies.It alsofacilitates students to learn and practice the basic machining operations in the special purpose machines and acquire its applicability in the real time components manufacturing industries.

  • Kinematics and Dynamics Laboratory

The study of dynamics is an important aspectfor every MechanicalEngineering students. This lab is intended to experience students the feel of dynamics by doing experiments, designs, etc. It also helps the students to learn the behaviours of various machines, equipments and structures in real system due to the kinematic and dynamic forces acting on a body.

  • Mechatronics Laboratory

The Mechatronics Lab provides state of the art facilities and experimental setups to learn and enjoy the field of mechatronics.Modern society depends on mechatronic-based systems for modern conveniences.From intelligent appliances to safety features in cars such as air bags, and antilock brakes, mechatronic systems are widely used in every day life.Today, it’s generally defined as study concerned with the design, selection, analysis, and control of systems that combine mechanical elements with electronics components, including computers and or/microcontrollers.

  • Strength of Materials laboratory

Mechanical properties such as tensile, compressive, impact, shear, strengths, Hardness etc., are the essential properties while designingacomponent for a particular application.Mechanical engineers should know how to measure and analyze the above properties of components by using diverse testing instruments.This labenhances the theoretical knowledge with practical testing for determining the strength of materials under externally applied loadsandenables the student to have a clear understanding of the design for strength and stiffness.

  • Industrial Visit

Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree.With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visits provide students a practical perspective on the world of work. It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices.Main aim of industrial visit is to provide an exposure to students about practical working environment. They also provide students a good opportunity to gain full awareness about industrial practices.

All the students are coordinated to go for an Industrial Visit every semester to companiesthatarerelevant to the topics being learned in that semester. Some of the companies visited by our students are,

Academic Year: 2014-2015

Date of VisitClassIndustryVisited
09/08/2014IV MECHThe India Cements Pvt. Ltd.
13/09/2014III MECHAutokast Pvt. Ltd., Alappuzha

Academic Year: 2016-2017

Date of VisitClassIndustryVisited
09/09/2016IV MECHISRO, Mahendragiri
29/09/2016IV MECHISRO, Mahendragiri

Academic Year: 2017-2018

Date of VisitClassIndustryVisited
23/09/2017III MECHHMT Machine Tools Ltd, Ernakulam
07/10/2017II MECHKerala Automobiles Ltd.
23/02/2018II MECHAutokastPvt. Ltd., Alappuzha
24/02/2018II MECHWonderla, Kochi
23/03/2018III MECHAtal Coach, Karur
  • Inplant Training

Inplant training is an essential entityfor students who are doingEngineering degree. There are lot of differences between what students learn from college and what is happening in the industry. In Plant Training provides an industrial exposure to the students as well as to develop their career in the high-tech industrial requirements.This would not only help them boost their confidence but also will improve their work efficiency.

All the students of our department are instructed to undergo Inplant Training in companies during semester vacations.

Academic Year: 2015-2016

PeriodNameOrganization Where Training Undergone
FromTo
11-01-201616-01-2016Unnikrishnan B SKerala state Electronics Development Corporation ltd (KELTRON)
21-06-201630-06-2016Aravind JThe Kerala Minerals and Metals Ltd., Chavara, Kollam

Academic Year: 2016-2017

PeriodNameOrganization Where Training Undergone
FromTo
08-07-201613-07-2016Vishnu SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
08-07-201613-07-2016Rahul A SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
08-07-201613-07-2016Shambu Narayan B BKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
08-07-201613-07-2016Nikhil S JosephKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
08-07-201613-07-2016Lajin L SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
08-07-201613-07-2016Vinesh W SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
03-01-201707-01-2017Vshnu SCoaching Depot, Southern Railway, Chalai, Trivandrum
18-06-201723-06-2017Rahul V RCoaching Depot, Southern Railway, Trivandrum

Academic Year: 2017-2018

PeriodNameOrganization Where Training Undergone
FromTo
13-06-201819-06-2018Arjun A SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
13-06-201819-06-2018Amal JoshyKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
13-06-201819-06-2018RenjiRenjanKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
19-06-201822-06-2018Chris Austin Das A JKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
19-06-201822-06-2018Vishnu S KumarKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
30-05-201802-06-2018Vishnu S KumarKerala Automobiles Limited
18-06-201822-06-2018Ajmal Roshan S BKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Srudeesh S DKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018VishakhVenkitesanKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Jinil S NKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Akarsh R SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Raveen Raj A RKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Mithun M S NairKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Vachan SureshKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
18-06-201822-06-2018Gokul Krishna A GKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
19-06-201823-06-2018Unnikrishnan B SKerala Automobiles Limited
25-06-201830-06-2018Unni Krishnan B SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode
25-06-201830-06-2018Muhammed Faisal S FKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode
25-06-201830-06-2018Krishnaprasad SKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode
25-06-201830-06-2018Sarathmohan MKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode
25-06-201830-06-2018Nowfel KKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode
25-06-201830-06-2018Sujith VKSRTC Central works Pappanamcode
29-05-201802-06-2018Sai Gopal Majumdar M KKerala Automobiles Limited

Academic Year: 2018-2019

PeriodNameOrganization Where Training Undergone
FromTo
24-06-201928-06-2019Anand S MKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019Sunil R SKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019Bharath Kumar A CKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019AnanduSajiKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019Benson D CostaKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019Vishnu V SKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019Jayamohan M JKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
24-06-201928-06-2019Anand M SKSRTC Central works, Pappanamcode, Trivandrum
25-06-201929-06-2019VishakhVenkitesanAshok Leyland Ltd, Chennai
29-05-201904-06-2019VishakhVenkitesanIntegral Coach factory, Chennai
12-06-201918-06-2019Anuruth Chandran C STamilnadu State transport Corporation ltd. Nagercoil
04-06-201924-06-2019Ashfin SXANON engineers, MaruthiAuthorised Service Station
27-05-201903-06-2019Chris Austin Das A JTravancore Titanium products limited

Publications           

1Prakash J P, M. Dev Anand, Jesuthanam C P, Pratheesh J P, Dhanu Krishnan M P.,Mechanical Behavior of Coconut Coir Fiber Reinforced Unsaturated Polyester Composite,International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, ISSN: 2278-3075.
2Pratheesh J P, Dev Anand M, Jesuthanam C P, Prakash J P, Shajin., Machining Parameter optimization by using Taguchi Technique for CNC turning of Grade T6 Aluminium alloy, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, ISSN: 2278-3075.
3Shajin S, Dev Anand M, Jesuthanam C P, Pratheesh J P, Dhanu Krishnan M P Mechanical Characterization of Banana Fibre Reinforced Natural fibre Composite, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, ISSN: 2278-3075.
4Dhanu Krishnan M.P., Dev Anand M., Prakash J.P., Pratheesh J.P., Shajin S. Experimental Research on the Application of Natural Filters for Eco- Friendly Cleaning and Enrichment of Producer Gas, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, ISSN: 2278-3075.
5Ajish Kumar R , C P Jesuthanam, Shajin S, Pratheesh J P, Experimental and Development of Polymer-Clay based Hybrid Nanocomposites, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, ISSN: 2278-3075.
6Arunkumar T, Jebasingh C, Venkatachalam P, Sajin J B, Anish, Abrasive Wear Behaviour of Plasma Sprayed Al2O3 / TiO2 Coatings, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, ISSN: 2278-3076.
7Sajin J.B., R. Sivasubramanian, R. Nagalingam, M. Sivakumar, Jute Fibre Reinforced plastics: Evaluation of application based properties, Carbon- Science &Technology, ISSN:0974-0546
8Sonia S Raj Raj, J Edwin Raja Dhas, Jesuthanam C P, Challenges on machining characteristics of natural fiber-reinforced composites–A review,Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites
9Jesuthanam C.P., Kumanan S. and Asokan P, Surface roughness prediction using hybrid neural network, An International Journal of Machining Science and Technology
10Kumanan S., Jesuthanam C.P. and Ashok Kumar R., Application of multiple regression and ANFIS for the prediction of surface roughness, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
11K Ramkumar, N Baskar, K Elangovan, C Sathiya Narayanan, K. A. Selvarajan, Jesuthanam C. P., A Novel image processing technique for analyzing wear worn surface roughness and corrosion behavior of sintered Mg/B4C composites.