Department of

Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2002 with a total in take capacity of 60. In 2010, the department started M.Tech program in Manufacturing Engineering with an intake of 18. Mechanical engineering is the study, design, development, construction, and testing of mechanical and thermal sensors and devices, including tools, engines, and machines. The B.Tech and M.Tech programmes offered by the department follows the curriculum and syllabi as well as rules and regulations of APJ ABDUL KALAM Technological University.

Faculty
Non Teaching Staff
Labs & Facilities

ME, PhD.

Over 10 years of experience in academics.

Area of Specialisation - Manufacturing Engineering , Area of Research: Magnesium Composites, Casting, Tribology, Corrosion and Optimization..

M.Tech , PhD.

6 years in Industry , 9 years in academics.

Area of Specialisation - Wire cut EDM, Industrial Engineering.

M.Tech .

Over 10 years of experience in academics..

Area of Specialisation - MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING .

M.Tech.

Close to 2 years experience in academics.

Area of Specialisation - Energy systems analysis and design.

MTech.

2 Years & 4 Months.

Area of Specialisation - Manufacturing Systems Management .

M Tech in Mechanical Engineering.

Area of Specialisation - Design Engineering .

M Tech in Mechanical Engineering.

Over 3 Years of Experience .

Area of Specialisation - Production and Industrial Engineering .

ITI – Fitter.

Over 20 years of experience as lab instructor.

SSLC.

Over 19 years of experience as lab instructor.

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Over 9 years of experience as lab instructor.

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Over 5 years of experience as lab instructor.

ME workshop

Sl.No Research Researcher Download
1 “Tribological performance of AZ91D/HfCp magnesium composite prepared through stir-ultrasonic-squeeze casting technique” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
2 “Identification of self-lubricative mode for the ultrasonic treated AA6061-B4C-CNT hybrid composites” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
3 “Investigation on the tribocorrosion and electrochemical corrosion behaviour of AA2014/Al2O3 nanocomposites fabricated through ultrasonication coupled stir‐squeeze casting method” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
4 “Tribological behaviour of AZ91D/ultra-high-temperature ceramic composites at room and elevated temperatures” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
5 “Effect of ageing temperature on the corrosion behaviour of UHTC particulatesreinforced magnesium composites fabricated through ultrasonic assisted squeeze casting process” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
6 “Process optimization and studies on mechanical characteristics of AA2014/Al2O3 nanocomposites fabricated through ultrasonication assisted stir-squeeze casting” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
7 “Influence of ultrasonicationpower on grain refinement, mechanical properties and wear behaviour ofAZ91D/nano-Al2O3 composites” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
8 "A correlation with microstructure,” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
9 “Microstructure andmechanical properties of AZ91D/Al2O3 bimodal composite fabricated throughstir-ultrasonic-squeeze casting process,” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
10 “Optimization of CO2laser cutting parameters for AA6061/B4C/hBN hybrid composites using taguchi-based response surface methodology” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
11 “Turning process characteristics of aluminium matrix hybrid composite using grey relational surface methodology” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
12 “Optimization of laser trepanning parameters for mild steel by taguchi response surface methodology (T-RSM)” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
13 “Optimization of machining parameters in CNC turning of AA6061-B4C-CNT hybrid composites using Grey-fuzzy method” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
14 “Optimization of abrasive water jet machining parameters on AA6061/B4C/hBN hybrid composites using Grey-RSM” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
15 “Performance evaluation of abrasive water jet machining on AA6061-B4C-hBN hybrid composites using Taguchi methodology” K.T. Sunu Surendran View
16 “Experimental Imvestigation on Mechanical and Morphological Properties of AA6061 reinforced with Silicon Carbide" Prajul Raj View
17 "Effect of process parameters on machining of Al-TiC metal matrix composites using RSM." Pugazhenthi R., D. Sreeram, Clement Tom Scaria, G. Anbuchezhiyan, and P. Nanthakumar. View
18 Effect of process parameter on synthesizing of TiC reinforced Al7075 aluminium alloy nano composites." Clement Tom Scaria, and R. Pugazhenthi. View
19 "Optimization of Transportation Route for a Milk Dairy." Clement Tom Scaria, and Jenson Joseph E. View
20 "Usage of alternative fuel in a boiler for cost reduction in a chemical industry." Clement Tom Scaria, and Alvin Thariyath. View
21 "Synthesis, processing and finite element analysis of CNT based polymer composites'' Sanoop Sebastian; Vijayananth Suyamburaja, R.Kumar. View
22 "Microstructural Analysis of Diffusion Bonding on Copper Stainless Steel" Sanoop Sebastian; Vijayananth Suyamburajan, View
23 NM 2016, ‘Studies of hardness distribution inTi/Al dissimilar metal joints using laser beam welding' Kalaiselvan K, Elango A & Nagarajan View
24 NM 2016, ‘Evaluation of strength and fracturemode along weldment of Ti/Al sheet metal joint using laser beam welding' Kalaiselvan K,Elango A & Nagarajan View
25 NM 2016, ‘Crack and surface morphology ondissimilar metal butt joints using laser beam welding &39; Kalaiselvan K, Elango A & Nagarajan View
26 NM 2016, ‘SEM studies on age hardenedLaser welded dissimilar Ti/Al sheet metal weldments' Kalaiselvan K, Elango A, & Nagarajan View
27 NM 2016, ‘Studies on weldment structure inTi/Al dissimilar metal joints using Laser beam welding&39; Kalaiselvan K, Elango A & Nagarajan View
28 NM 2017, ‘Fracture behavior and Interfacemicrostructure studies on Ti/Al sheet metal joint using Laser beam welding ' Kalaiselvan K, Elango A & Nagarajan View
29 K 2017, ‘Studies on characteristicsof Ti6Al4V/AA2024 dissimilar weld joint using laser beam focusing from AA2024 side’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A, Nagarajan NM & Sekar View
30 NM 2017 ‘Microstructure and EDS analysis onTitanium/Aluminium dissimilar laser welded joint subjected to age hardening’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A & Nagarajan View
31 NM 2017, ‘Weld speed effects on quality ofTi/Al dissimilar metal joints using Laser beam welding’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A & Nagarajan View
32 , N 2017, ‘Studieson Interlayer Characteristics of Ti/Al Dissimilar Metal Joints Using Laser Beam’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A,Nagarajan NM, Sekar K & Mathiazhagan View
33 , K 2017, ‘Weldability of Ti/Aldissimilar sheet metal joints using Nd: YAG Pulsed laser’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A,Nagarajan NM & Sekar View
34 N 2018, ‘Effectof heat treatment on mechanical properties and microstructure of Ti/Al sheet metal jointusing laser beam welding’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A,Nagarajan NM, Sekar K & Mathiazhagan View
35 K, 2018, ‘Before and after Heat Treatment on Weldment of Ti/Al Laser Beam Dissimilar Joints’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A,Nagarajan NM & Sekar View
36 2018,‘Studies on weldment performance of Ti/Al dissimilar sheet metal joints using laser beam welding’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A, Nagarajan NM, Mathiazhagan N & VigneshKannan View
37 K 2018, ‘Experimental investigation on mechanical and distortion characteristics of Ti/Al dissimilar metal joint using laser beam welding’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A,Nagarajan NM& Sekar View
38 K 2018, ‘Influence of LBW parameters on properties of Ti6Al4V/AA2024 dissimilar alloy joint’ Kalaiselvan K, Elango A, Nagarajan NM & Sekar View
39 S2021, ‘A Review on Process Parameters of Ti/Al Dissimilar Joint Using Laser Beam Welding’ Kalaiselvan K, Sekar K & Elavarasi View
40 S 2021, ‘Effect of AW and PWHT on Properties of Laser Beam Welded Ti/Al Dissimilar Joint’ Kalaiselvan K, Sekar K Mathiazhagan N & Elavarasi View

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