The Department of Mechanical Engineering established in the year 2011.In the academic year 2011-2012 with intake strength of 60 students, with the approval of AICTE, the Government of Tamilnadu and Anna University. From the academic year 2013-2014, the students intake increased up to 120.We have energetic and dynamic Faculty for providing complete Engineering Education converting young individuals into Engineers.
It is one of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines. The engineering field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, structural analysis, and electricity. Mechanical engineers use these core principles along with tools like computer-aided design, and product lifecycle management to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices, weapons, and others.
The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements in technology, and mechanical engineers today are pursuing developments in such fields as composites, mechatronics, and nanotechnology. Mechanical engineering overlaps with aerospace engineering, metallurgical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, manufacturing engineering, chemical engineering, and other engineering disciplines to varying amounts.
Our program will provide the essential knowledge and flexibility to the future mechanical engineers who indeed will play a leading role in the creation of the technology of the twenty first century. Our laboratories are equipped with the needed equipments to provide the students with a hands-on-experience.
BE - Mechanical Engineering (Mech)
2015/BE-Mech/Rank - 45
Dr.G.Baskaran, AMIE,M.Tech(IIT), Ph.D., MIE(Singapore),C.Eng
Head of the Department
Prof. G. Baskaran is presently employed as Professor and Head in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Sri Vidya College of Engineering and Technology, Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu, India. He received Bachelor degree (Mechanical Engineering) in 1998 from The Institution of Engineers (I) and M.Tech degree from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur India (Mechanical Systems, Dynamics & Control) in 2001. He is doing research on Condition Monitoring & Faults Diagnosis of Rotor Bearing System from Anna University, Chennai. He is a life member of Condition Monitoring Society of India (India), corporate member of the Institution of Engineers (Singapore) and Institution of Engineers (India) and published 4 International Journal. He had 7 years of Industrial experience in Design and Vibration Control in India & Singapore and 8 years of Teaching Experience. He is practicing as Chartered Engineer (I).
Ever since the establishment of this institution, our primary goal is to impart high quality engineering education. The aim of department is to disseminate knowledge and technologies through quality teaching, research and its applications in mechanical and allied disciplines. We strive to ensure that all our young students have strong education in engineering & involvement in extracurricular activities. Also the emphasis on internship programs through academia industry interface is provided to keep them updated with present trend and technology. We attempt to provide our students with a cheerful, productive and satisfying experience as well as atmosphere at all level of their programme of studies to explore the marvellous world of mechanical engineering.
Bringing out quality and disciplined mechanical engineering technocrats with adequate knowledge of intellectual and hands on experiences to serve the society
To provide opportunity to shape the personality and prove the talents by means of co-curricular activities which emphasize on mastering today and preparing for tomorrow.
To extend services to the global needs of engineering industries by educating students to become professional mechanical engineers with technical excellence
Programme Educational Objectives
The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering would develop continual receptiveness for scientific and engineering knowledge by self-learning and face the arriving challenges in their field.
The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering would have been trained with a range of knowledge to analytically integrate the fundamentals and new concepts from engineering practices to create optimized solutions/products for the real life issues.
The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering would excel in communication, vocabulary with interpersonal skills as professional engineers.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will have an imparting foundation about the basics in mathematics, physical sciences and about the technical know-how in mechanical engineering discipline.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to perform root cause analysis of a mechanical engineering problem through basic knowledge of designing and conducting experiments to analyze and interpret data.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to solve mechanical engineering problems with optimized designs and solutions.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates can critically think/investigate complex mechanical engineering problems using research based methods.
Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be handling latest engineering tools to provide better solutions with the aid of advanced software knowledge.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to tune/update themselves to the advancements in mechanical engineering for the benefit of society.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates can suggest/provide solutions for a green and sustainable environment for the global development.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be swearing responsibilities through professional ethics and human values in their technical field.
Graduates of Mechanical engineering can perform individual activity/ leadership in a multifaceted group.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to exchange his ideas/suggestions and excel in communication in presenting a technocrat's report.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will have the capability in planning, formulating, prototyping and documenting a project with financial management.
Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to update themselves in current and modern trends in his field continually.
The Department has eight well equipped Laboratories with state-of-art facilities. The Laboratories are:
Engineering Practice Laboratory
Manufacturing Technology Laboratory
Thermal Engineering Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Laboratory
Metrology & Measurements Laboratory
Strength of Materials Laboratory
CAD / CAM Laboratory
The CAD/CAM lab is equipped with dedicated Workstations and a High-end server with ANSYS, AutoCAD, Creo and CNC Train.
Apart from the college central library, the department itself maintains its own library with titles on various streams in Mechanical Engineering. Constant addition of volumes and titles in the relevant fields is a regular feature.
Professor & Head
Mr. S. Chandramohan
Mr. M. Kennady
Mr. P. Jacob Annaraj
Mr. S. Senthil Kumar
Mr. K. Muthu
Mr. A. Ganesh Babu
Mr. R. Uma Selvaraj
Mr. G.KARTHIK PANDIYAN
Mr. R.NIVAS KARTHICK
Mr. S.SENTHIL GANESH
Mr. MADHU VIKRAM S M
Mr. GNANAKUMAR S
First National Conference on Research in Mechanical Engineering NCRME-2018 on 23.03.2018
Mechanical Engineering Association One Day Guest Lecture on
Kinematics of Machinery 28.02.2018
Mechanical Engineering Association One day Workshop on Finite Element Analysis on 15.02.2018
Institution of Engineers (I) One day Workshop on
Non Destructive Testing on 10.01.2018
Mechanical Engineering Association One Day FDP on Engineering Mechanics on 07.12.2017
Institution of Engineers, India Two day Guest Lecture on Strength of Materials from 27.09.2017 to 28.09.2017
Institution of Engineers, India One day Workshop on Mechanical Vibrations on 25.09.2017
Hybrid Composite Materials workshop – 30.08.2017
Institution of Engineers, India A One day Seminar on Design of Mechanical Systems on 22.08.2017
A Series of National Level Technical Symposia on 12th August 2017
A One Day Seminar on Renewable Energy Sources on 20.07.2017
A ICT Academy Two Day Workshop on Autodesk Fusion from 13.07.2017 to 14.07.2017
Guest Lecture on Destructive & Non-Destructive Testing
Effective Ideas for Quality Research & Case Studies in SOLAR ENERGY
MECHANO-16 2nd National Level Technical Symposium
GUEST LECTURE PROGRAMME
Prof. Basavaraja Madivala Gurappa IIT Madras, delivered a guest lecture to the students of III year Mechanical Engineering about "Understanding and Mimiking Natural Designs - Examples from Nanotechnology"
GUEST LECTURE PROGRAMME
Prof. K. Arul Prakash IIT Madras, delivered a guest lecture to the students of III year Mechanical Engineering about "Computational Fluid Dynamics"
Value Added Courses
II year Mechanical Engineering have participated in value added course on AUTOCAD 2010. It was a 7 day programme conducted by CADD SCHOOL PVT LTD. Chennai. Date : 28.12.2015 TO 5.01.2016
Value Added Courses
III year Mechanical Engineering students have participated in value added course on SOLIDWORKS. It was a 7 day programme conducted by CADD SCHOOL PVT LTD. Chennai. Date : 09.12.2015 to 16.12.2015
Value Added Courses
IV Year Mech students have participated in VAC on AUTODESK INVENTOR by CADD SCHOOL, Chennai Date : 27.07.2015, 07.12.2015 to 12.12.2015
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