Mechanical Engineering

Overview

PROGRAMME OFFERED

Undergraduate Programme

B.E – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programme

M.E – ENGINEERING DESIGN

About the Department

Mechanical Engineering Department of JCT College of Engineering started functioning from the year 2009 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students per annum and from the year 2010 with a sanctioned intake of 120 students per annum. The focus of the department is to offer quality education in the specialized fields of Design, Manufacturing, Thermal and Materials engineering. The might of the Department, apart from its Students, is its Qualified and Experienced Faculty/Staff. Faculties are actively engaged in Teaching and mentoring students apart from perusing their research activities in the emerging fields of engineering. The department has a resourceful team of faculty that mostly consists of PG holders. Faculty members regularly attend technical workshops and seminars organized by various technical institutes, and many of them have presented papers at national level seminars.

Job Opportunities

Major Industries that employ Mechanical Engineers include Automobiles, Space research, Aeronautical, Energy and utilities, Air conditioning, Bio-Mechanical industry. Other major employers include giant manufacturing plants, Air conditioning and refrigeration industry, Turbine manufacturing plants, oil and Gas exploration and refining industries and the Agricultural sector.

In the Government sector, Mechanical Engineers can provide their knowledge to various government run projects in the role of technical experts and consultants. They can get Employed in Government departments like Defense, PWD, CPWD, Technical Wings of Armed Forces, Space Research Organization. Industries like the Aeronautical, Agricultural, Automobile, Chemical, Bio-Medical equipment manufacturers, Energy, Power, Electronics, Steel, Oil Exploration and refining, Railways, etc.

Scope

Mechanical Engineering is not only limited to the manufacturing and design companies, but also it finds room in power sector, aerospace, petroleum and mining.

The following are the top companies that recruit Mechanical Engineers: MERCEDES BENZ, TATA MOTORS, VOLKSWAGEN Group, BMW, MARUTI SUZUKI, MAHINDRA for Automobile Sector. HITACHI, INGERSOLRAND, LIEBHER CRANES are Companies for Heavy Machinery. LARSEN and TUBRO, BHEL, THERMAX, ALFA LAVAL, GODREJ, KIRLOSKAR, SUZLON are the companies that provide opportunities for Mechanical Engineers in power sector.

Vision and Mission

VISION AND MISSION

VISION

To impart world class engineering knowledge to bring out ethical mechanical engineering graduates ready for industries or research or higher studies.

MISSION

  • To impart quality education to enhance the skill and knowledge required for industry or for higher studies.
  • To have state of art laboratory facilities.
  • To interact with industry and other institutions.
  • To provide an environment to inculcate ethical values and life long learning.
PEOs, POs, PSOs and Course Outcomes

PEOs, POs, PSOs and Course Outcomes

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

PEO1: Graduates shall become outstanding engineers in industries or pursue higher studies.

PEO2: Graduates shall have the caliber to contribute to national goals through design and manufacturing.

PEO3: Graduates shall serve the society by being entrepreneurs or consultants to overcome the challenges they face.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

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 to 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 in 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 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.
  12. 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.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: Capable of successfully qualifying in national level competitive examinations for higher studies and employment.

PSO2:An ability to apply their knowledge in the domain of engineering mechanics, fluid, thermal engineering and advanced technologies in solving engineering problems for the benefits of society.

COURSE OUTCOMES

Department Advisory Committee

Department Advisory Committee (DAC)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has constituted Department Advisory Committee and it consists of Principal, Management Representatives, Member from Core Industry, Head of the Department, Senior Academician from other Institution and Senior Faculty of the Department, renowned Alumni, and Parent.

The present members of the committee are

S.No Name of the Member Designation
1. Thiru.R.DurgaShankar Secretary,JCT Group of Institutions,Coimbatore
2. Dr.G.Ramesh Principal,JCT College of Engineering and Technology,Coimbatore
3.  Mr.A.Chandrahasan  Administrative Officer,JCT Group of Institutions,Coimbatore
 4. Mr. Kalaiappan MD, Avinash Industries,Coimbatore
 5. Dr.S.R.Devadasan Professor,
Dept of Production Engineering,
PSG College of Technology,
Coimbatore.
6. Dr.S.Goshteeswaran HOD/Mechanical Engineering Department,JCTCET
7. Mr.D.Joslin Vijaya(Ph.D) Associate Professor,
Mechanical Engineering Department,
JCTCET
8.  Mr.D.Vigneshwar  Alumni Student
9.  Mr.  Dhayalan  F/O Mr.D.Vigneshwar
Faculty Details
  • Mr.N.S.Vijay Kumar
    Mr.N.S.Vijay Kumar Head of Department

    M.E, Ph.D

  • Dr.G.Ramesh
    Dr.G.Ramesh Professor

    B.E, M.E, MBA, Ph.D

  • Dr.S.Goshteeswaran
    Dr.S.Goshteeswaran Professor

    B.E, M.E, Ph.D

  • PRABAHAR J
    PRABAHAR J Assistant Professor

    M.E, (Ph.D)

  • SARAVANAN K
    SARAVANAN K Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • Mr. K.KARTHIK
    Mr. K.KARTHIK Assistant Professor

    B.E, M.E,MBA,(Ph.D)

  • Mr. P.S.Saravanan
    Mr. P.S.Saravanan Assistant Professor

    B.E, M.E

  • THILLIKANI S
    THILLIKANI S Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • GOPAL R
    GOPAL R Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • FRANCIS LUTHER KING
    FRANCIS LUTHER KING Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • M PRABHU
    M PRABHU Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • Mr. R.Malairaja
    Mr. R.Malairaja Assistant Professor

    B.E, M.E,(Ph.D)

  • SATHISH P
    SATHISH P Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • R MAGENDRAN
    R MAGENDRAN Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • M VIJAYAKUMAR
    M VIJAYAKUMAR Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • ANANDA KUMAR D
    ANANDA KUMAR D Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • Mr. D.Joslin Vijaya
    Mr. D.Joslin Vijaya Associate Professor

    B.E, M.E,(Ph.D)

  • KRISHNAKUMAR R
    KRISHNAKUMAR R Assistant Professor

    M.E

  • Mr.D.Ashok Kumar
    Mr.D.Ashok Kumar Associate Professor

    B.E, M.E

  • Dr.ISSAC PREM KUMAR I
    Dr.ISSAC PREM KUMAR I Assistant Professor

    M.Tech,Ph.D

  • Mr. M.Philomin Anto
    Mr. M.Philomin Anto Assistant Professor

    B.E, M.E,(Ph.D)

  • AMUL PATEL N
    AMUL PATEL N Assistant Professor

    M.E

Laboratory Facilities

List of Laboratories:

S.NO  LABORATORY Lab in-charge
1 HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LABORATORY Prof. R.Malai Raja
2 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY – 1 Prof. D.Ashok Kumar
3 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY – 2 Prof. G.Magesh
4 CAD/CAM LABORATORY Prof. P.Sathish kumar
5 MECHATRONICS LABORATORY Prof. K.Karthik & Prof. T.Karnesh
6 METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY  Prof.N.Seenivasan
7 DYNAMICS LABORATORY  Prof.S.S.Prem kumar
8 THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY Prof. M. Philomin Anto
9 ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY Prof. D.Josiln Vijaya

 

DEPARTMENT LABORATORY FACILITIES

  1. THERMAL LAB:

            The Department has two separate Labs to meet the ever growing demands of the automobile industry, especially in the field of internal combustion engines; the Labs are equipped with two stroke and four stroke petrol and diesel engines.  It also has two refrigeration test rigs, equipment for analyzing emission from an automobile and boiler and steam turbines.

  1. HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LAB:

A heat and mass transfer Lab has been established with necessary testing equipments to study conduction, convection, radiation and mixed modes of heat transfer in fins and heat exchangers.

  1. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY – 1:

All varieties of lathes including Turret lathe, all geared lathe are used for machining purpose. Dynamometer is available for force measurement The student practices various operations like plain turning, step turning, taper turning and thread cutting. Injection moulding machine is available.Laboratory is equipped with proper protecting devices.

  1. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY – 2:

The special machines Lab has various machines like Universal drilling, Gear Hobbing, Grinding, Vertical milling, Horizontal milling, Shaping, etc., to carry out special machining operations. 

  1. CAD/CAM LAB:

            The CAD/CAM Lab is on par with the latest technology and has the latest facilities to impart training on CAD software such as AutoCAD, Pro-E, ANSYS, Fluent, CATIA, Mechanical desktop, Master CAM, Unigraphics, etc.,

The CAM Lab has the following machines

CNC Lathe & CNC Mill

  1. MECHATRONICS LAB:

           The Mechatronics Lab is established with latest facilities provided with various kits working on PLC, hydraulics and pneumatics, servomotor control has been set up.  The Lab also has a number of simulation packages like PneumoSim and HydroSim to perform the experiments 

  1. METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENTS LAB:

            The metrology and measurements lab has various instruments like micrometer, vernier caliper, temperature measuring setup, displacement measuring setup, torque measuring setup, auto collimator, tool makers microscope, dial gauge calibration, vibration / shock measuring setup, force measuring setup, bevel protractor, mechanical comparator, electronic comparator, pneumatic/ electrical and vernier height gauge, vernier depth gauge to carry out measuring and calibration of tools and machines.

  1. DYNAMICS LAB

The dynamics lab is established with facilities like Vibration Measurement Demonstration System, Milling Tool Dynomometer Self centring vice, Force indicator for Milling m/c, Measurement  of Pressure using Strain Guage, Sensor Guage, Pressure Indicator, Torsional Vibration, Torque Indicator, Forced Vibration Solid State Oscillator power Amplifier Displacement Meter, Vibration FFT Analyser and several other modern equipements which are used in the modern industrial world.

9. ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY

The Engineering Practices Lab is equipped with tools for Smithy, Plumbing, and Fitting, Carpentry, Welding, Machine Assembly, Foundry and basic machining practices. 

 

 

 

Credentials

Credentials

  • Our Department Conducted Two Days National Level Workshop “Multi Objective Evolutionary Optimization For Engineering Application” In The Year 2013.
  • Our Department Organized One Day Seminar on “Motivation for Entrepreneurship among Students” during 27th August 2014
  • Our Department Organized Guest Lecture on “Principles of Heat Treatment of Steels” during 10th February 2015
  • Our Department Conducted One Day Seminar on “Advances on NDT Methods” during 27th January 2015
  • Our Department Conducted One Day Seminar on “Solid Works Software Applications” during 29th January 2015.
  • Our Department organized One day National level Symposium JFINAGLES’16
  • Mechanical Engineering association conducted Two Days National level workshop on “Bring Out Your Inner Potential (DHURVAZ’16)”
  • Our Department Organized Guest Lecture on “Fluid Mechanics and Machinery” during 29th September 2015.
  • Our Department Conducted One Day Seminar on “Time Stress Management And Corporate Culture” during 25th June 2015.
  • Dr.G.RAMESH,Principal of our Institution has published “OPTIMIZING THE SUPERCHARGER EFFECT ON THE PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION OF BIOGAS DIESEL ENGINE USING ANFIS” Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, vol. 6, no 7, pp.1364-1380.  (Updated List of Journals 2016 S. No. 1108)
  • Our Department Conducted One Day Faculty Development Programme on “Engineering Thermodynamics” On 30th June 2016
  1. MAGESH Associate Prof/MECH has published “OPTIMIZATION OF INJECTION MOULDING PROCESS PARAMETERS FOR MININIMAL SHRINKAGE USING TAGUCHI METHOD” International Journal of Printing, Packaging & Allied Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 1, February 2017
  • Mechanical Engineering association conducted Two Days National level workshop on “NATURAL’S MECHANISM IN AGRICULTURE (DHURVAZ’17)” from 16th to 17 FEB 2017.
  • Mechanical Engineering Association conducted Two Days International Conference on Inventive Systems & Control ICISC 2017 from 19th & 20th January -2017
  • Our Department Inauguration of IEEE Students Chapter on 19th January – 2017
  • Our Department Conducted One Day Faculty Development Program on “Dynamics Of Machines” 10th June 2017.
  • The One Day Faculty Development Program on “Kinematics Of Machinery” 30th November 2017.
  • Our Department organizes Dhruvaz”Constant Faithful” A National Level Mech Fest to bring out the inner potential of students 2nd March 2018.
  • Our Department Conducted IEEE International Conference on Control –ICISC 2018” on 19th and 20th January 2018.
  • SATHISH KUMAR. P Assistant Prof/MECH has published “INVESTIGATION OF MECHANICAL, MORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES & ELECTROCHEMICAL MICRO HOLING PROCESS PARAMETERS ON AL6061-SIC-GR HYBRID METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAVY VEHICLE SYSTEMS 2018”
Events

Events Organized

Value Added Courses

  • Computer Aided Modeling Software – Solidworks,Pro/E
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing Software – EdgeCAM
  • Computer Aided Analysis Software – ANSYS
  • Computer Aided Analysis Software – CFD
  • Technical Seminars
  • Hands-on Workshops
  • Guest Lectures
  • Skill Development activities
  • Industrial visit & Placement Training

Student Achievements

DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF COCONUT PEELING MACHINE

At present the husk of tender coconut are being removed manually, which employs more time and man power. This project is to fabricate the coconut peeling machine that peels off the coconut husk from the coconut fruit to obtain DEHUSKED coconut fruit .An operator is required to handle the machine during peeling process. This machine includes the rotation axis control system drive, peeling blades etc. The peeling machine is designed in such a way that it works automatically .The automation strategy in dehusking results in reduced cycle time cost. This machine is extremely beneficial for coconut traders and exporting industries.

FABRICATION OF SELF CHARGING E-BIKE

E-bike becomes more attractive and recent trends in automotives. It takes for a common E-bike to charge fully about 6-8 hrs .The range for such bikes is usually about 30-40 kms. Then it needs to be recharged again.

In this E-bike our students have made the charging system inbuilt for continuous running. The power from battery will be discharged and charged continuously. This project ensures the road safety by avoiding high speed.

This project can be commercialized by fabricating in a cost effective manner.

 

Academic Year 2018-2019

S.No. Date Type of the Programme Title Name of the Resource Person Photo
1.  01.08.2018 Association Inaugural Mechanical Association Mr. T. Kalayappan,M.D, Avinash Engineering, Coimbatore.  AA

Academic Year 2017-2018

S.No. Date Type of the Programme Title Name of the Resource Person Photo
1 02.03.2018 National level Workshop Dhruvaz 2K18 National Level Mech Fest  Dr.M.Elangovan,CAD/CAM Manager/Professor,Mechanical Engg Dept,Amrita School of Engineering dhruvaz
 

2

20.01.2018 IEEE International Conference Inventive Systems and Control –ICISC 2018 Dr.D.Nirmal, Chair. IEEE-EDS Chapter Coimbatore Section ieee
 

 

3

 04.01.2018 Hands On Training One Day Hands on Training on Statistical Process Control using Air Gauge Set-up Mr.T.Suresh [Technical Head] & Mr Adithi [Corporate Executive] SS Technovation Coimbatore  hands on training
 

 

 

4

23.08.2017 Association Inaugural Mechanical Engineering Association Mr.F.Sathiyaraj, Deputy Director/ Sub Regional Officer, Petroleum Conservation Research Association- Coimbatore (Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Govt. of India) innagural
 

5

23.11.2017 Faculty Development Program Kinematics of machinery Dr.S.Goshteeswaran, HOD, Mech Engg Dept, JCTCET kom
 

6

 10.06.2017  Faculty Development Program Dynamics of machinery Mr. V.S.Kanthavel, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engg Dept, KKIT, Coimbatore.  dom

Academic Year 2016-2017

 

S.No. Date Type of the Programme Title Name of the Resource Person Photo
1 10.06.2017

 

 Faculty Development Program Engineering Thermodynamics  Mr.V.S.Thangavel  Untitled6
2 04.03.2017  Faculty Development Program Research Paper Writing Mr. Ramachandran  Untitled
3 16.02.2017 Dhruvaz Workshop Nature’s Mechanism in Industry Mr.Muthu Ramakrishnan,Retd, Agricultural Officer,Anaimalai, Pollachi.  Untitled2
4 16.02.2017 Dhruvaz Workshop Recent Developments in Industry  Mr.M.S.Nair, Senior Manager, FLRI, Kanjikode Industrial Area, Kerala  Untitled2
5 19.01.2017 IEEE International Conference  ICISC 2017 Dr.D.Nirmal, Chair. IEEE-EDS Chapter Coimbatore Section  Untitled5
6 17.08.2016 ONE DAY NATIONAL SEMINAR RIVET MEP/AUTOCAD / CREO / Solid Works Real Time Project Mr.Anandan & Mr. Senthil, Design Head, 3W Technologies, Coimbatore  P_20180710_151841
7 26.08.2016 Seminar Advancements in Product Development Mr.Dinesh Kumar,Product Development Engineer-M/s Milacron-Mould Masters Technologies Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore  Untitled3
8 30.06.2016 Faculty Development Programme ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS Dr.G. Ramesh, Principal, JCTCET  fdp et
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