Mechanical Engineering

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Vision

Imparting a high quality engineering education and research leading to well – qualified engineers with innovative, entrepreneurial mindset along with social concerns and constant contribution to industry and economy.

Mission

To train and mentor students to acquire expertise in engineering and complete effectively in the competitive environment.

Values

Uphold and practise a honest professionalism with upgrading technology and sharing the knowledge inputs as a team.

About the Department

Mechanical Engineering is one of the largest, broadest and oldest engineering disciplines. The principles of energy, materials and mechanics are used by the mechanical engineers to create the processes and systems that drive the technology and industry. Breadth, flexibility and individuality are the key characteristics of this discipline. Though the world is changing, the career in Mechanical Engineering discipline is largely determined by individual choices. Mechanical Engineers can become entrepreneurs by starting business with small investments and can expand it into an industry. They can also be consultants to other manufacturers.

The department is supported by qualified, experienced faculty members and technical staff members who are passionate about their profession. The department has twelve faculty members including one doctorate holder from IIT, three staff members pursuing their doctoral degree. The department follows latest teaching learning processes with power point presentations, seminars, industrial visits and guest lecturers from industry personnel as well as institutions of National importance.

Dr.G.Sankaranarayanan B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor & Head

Dr.S.Joseph Dominic Vijayakumar B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Associate Professor

Dr.V.Kandavel B.E., M.E., Ph.D

Associate Professor

Dr.M.Sabareeswaran B.E., M.E., Ph.D

Associate Professor

Dr. M. Muthukannan B.E., M.E., Ph. D

Associate Professor

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

Associate Professor

Dr.R.Subhaa B.E., M.E., Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Prof.I.Vimal Kannan B.E., M.E., (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Prof.R.Dhileepan Kumarasamy B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Prof.C.Silambarasan B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof.M.Prabhakaran B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof.C.Vinoth Kumar B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof.E.Sivaselvam B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof. B. Aravindh B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof. S. Srinivasan B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof. P. Shankar kannan B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Prof. S.Tamilarasan B.E., M.E.,

Assistant Professor

Mr.S.Sivachandran D.M.E.,B.E.,

Technical Assistant

Mr.P.Arumugam I.T.I,

Technical Assistant

Mr.P.Kaliappan DME.,B.E.,

Technical Assistant

Mr.M.Mayilvaganam DME.,

Technical Assistant

Mr.J.Gopinath D.M.E, B.A.,

Technical Assistant

State of the art infrastructure

Our Mechanical Engineering Department was incepted in the year 2011 with a sanctioned intake of 60 in under graduation with the state of art infrastructure and got additional intake of 60 in the year 2014. The post graduate course M.E. Thermal Engineering was incepted in the year 2014. Now, the department is supported by well qualified, experienced faculty members and technical staff members who have passion to learn, do research and guide students. Seven faculty members have completed the doctoral degree and five of our faculty members are pursuing the doctoral degree.

Lab Facilities

The sources of modern engineering practice are experimentation and testing. Our department has well equipped laboratories with modern machineries and equipment to gain fundamental understanding of how materials, elements, components or systems will behave under a variety of conditions. Engineering practices lab for the first years consists of Carpentry shop, Welding shop, Sheet metal shop, Plumbing lab, Fitting shop, Foundry shop, Smithy shop.

Apart from that the department has the following full-fledged laboratories: Manufacturing technology lab I and II, CAD/CAM lab, Dynamics lab, Metrology and measurements lab, I.C. Engine lab, Heat Transfer lab, and Mechatronics Lab. The lab sessions are conducted by qualified and experienced faculty and technical staff members who have passion in academics.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has an exclusive computer centre equipped with 80 systems and number of Mechanical related software packages like AUTOCAD products, Solid Works, Master Cam, ANSYS etc. Latest software packages are available for design, Modeling analysis and for modern machining to enhance knowledge of the students in our CAD/CAM laboratory.

Ford Motors Private Limited, Chennai has sponsored a Ford Ecosport SUV Vehicle worth Rs.15,00,000/- for demo, vehicle testing and research purpose.

Our Department of Mechanical Engineering has established CMM Lab for training and research purpose.

Department Library

Our department library is enriched with good infrastructure and powered with more than 600 books under various categories which are exclusively useful for students. English and tamil dailies, general magazines related to engineering is also available in the library to enhance the English proficiency skill and updating of current events. In addition to the above technical journals and projects are available to improve the technical skills of the students.

In addition to the labs to meet out the Anna University requirements, it is proposed to start an advanced ultra modern lab in the latest Robotics technology called “e-yantra Lab” with the support from IIT Bombay at the cost of Rs.5 lakhs as a Nation building Initiative.

Laboratories and its available major equipment details

S.NoProgrammeName of the Laboratory
1







B.E – Mechanical
Engineering
(Other than First year)
Heat Transfer Laboratory
2Dynamics Laboratory
3Manufacturing Laboratory
4Machine Drawing Practice(Modeling) Laboratory
5Analysis and Simulation lab
6IC Engine Laboratory
7Metrology Laboratory
8CAM Laboratory
9Workshop(EP) Laboratory
10.Industrial Safety Laboratory
11.Mechatronics Laboratory

Heat Transfer Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Lagged pipe apparatus
  • Emissivity measurement apparatus
  • Apparatus for measurement of heat transfer through pin-fin
  • Stefan Boltzmann apparatus
  • Vapour compression refrigeration test rig.

Dynamics Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Porter governor
  • Whirling of shaft
  • Balancing of rotating masses
  • Motorized gyroscope
  • Hartnell governor

Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Shaping Machine
  • Planning Machine
  • Milling Machine
  • Surface Grinding Machine
  • Tool and Cutter Grinder
  • Cylindrical Grinding Machine
  • Universal Milling Machine*
  • Bench Grinder
  • Pillar Drilling Machine

Shaping Machine

Planning Machine

Machine Drawing Practice (Modeling) Laboratory

Major software’s used

    • ANSYS
    • Auto CAD
    • Solid works

IC Engine Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Multi cylinder engine eddy with current dynamometer test rig
  • 2 stage reciprocating air compressor
  • Single stage reciprocating air compressor
  • Water tube boiler

Metrology Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Coordinate measuring machine(CMM)
  • Tool Makers Microscope
  • Floating Carriage Micrometer

CAM Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • CNC Lathe
  • CNC Mill

CNC Milling Machine

CNC Lathe Machine

CAM Laboratory

Workshop (EP) Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Fitting Bench vice
  • Carpentry vice
  • Power hacksaw

Industrial Safety Laboratory

Major Equipments Available

  • Fire Extinguisher

Fire Extinguisher

Research centre facility

Faculties and students are using the entire research laboratories for their research work as well as project work. These laboratories also provide consultancy services for outside scholars and researchers.

    • Machine dynamics and condition monitoring Laboratory

    • CMM

    • FORD CAR vehicle Research lab

CMM

Ford car research lab

 

Department Library

Department Library is intended for the faculty as well as students for immediate reference. It has a total number of 700 Books in the areas of Mechanical, Automobile, Production, Aeronautical, Design, Thermal, Composite and Industrial Engineering etc. In addition to that competitive exams as well as GATE books are available in Department Library. The department Library also subscribes the international journals, project reports, magazines and regularly stocks its volumes.

Mechatronics Laboratory

 

 

Student Performance and Learning Outcomes

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Programme will:

PEOProgram Outcome(s)
PEO.1Prepare graduates to excel in professional career by acquiring knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering principles.
PEO.2Prepare graduates to have strong core and technical knowledge in Mechanical Engineering and allied disciplines contributing to society through interdisciplinary research, entrepreneurial skills and leadership qualities with a global outlook.
PEO.3Impart critical thinking skills and to develop initiatives and innovative ideas for R&D and Industrial requirements.
PEO.4Implant professional attitude and management principles and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.
PEO.5Inculcate teamwork, communication, interpersonal skills and ethical approach adapting to changing environments of engineering and technology by engaging in life-long learning.

List of Program Outcomes (PO)

POs & PSOsProgram Outcome(s) & Program Specific Outcome(s)
PO 01 #Engineering knowledge
PO 02 #Problem analysis
PO 03 #Design/development of solutions
PO 04 #Conduct investigations of complex problems
PO 05 #Modern tool usage
PO 06 #The engineer and society
PO 07 #Environment and sustainability
PO 08 #Ethics
PO 09 #Individual and team work
PO 10 #Communication
PO 11 #Project management and finance
PO 12 #Life-long learning

List of Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

At the end of the Programme graduate will be able to:

PSODescription
PSO.1Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
PSO.2Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by using modern engineering tools in various domains such as design, manufacturing, thermal, sales and marketing, logistics, and defence.

Teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences / workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the year (2017,18&2019)

Name of teacherYearName of conference/ workshop attended for which financial support providedName of the professional body for which membership fee is providedAmount of support
C.Vinothkumar2017Seminar on Vibration and Noise EngineeringAICTE
Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
Seminar on Recent Approach of Fracture Mechanics In Armament MaterialsDRDO-ARMREB
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
2019International Conference on "Recent Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology"
I.Vimal Kannan2017Workshop on Intelligence Systems Engineering1000
Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
Work shop on "Multi Physics through Comsol and writing a research paper"1000
International Conference on Innovations In Science, Engineering and Technology for Sustainable DevelopmentDST-SERB
Work shop on "Multi Physics through Comsol and writing a research paper"
National Conference on Recent Advancements in Mechanical Engineering500
2019International Conference on "Recent Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology"
Short term Course On Laboratory and Ergonomic Safety for EngineersAICTE
Dr.G.Sankaranarayanan2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
2019International Conference on "Recent Trends and current research in Engineering and Technology"
M.Ramesh2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
M.Sabareeswaran2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
V.Kandavel2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
2019International Conference on "Recent Trends and current research in Engineering and Technology"
R.Dhileeban Kumarasamy2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
2019International Conference on "Recent Trends and current research in Engineering and Technology"
E.Sivaselvam2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
R.Subhaa2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
Work shop on How to excel in research at IIT MADRAS1000
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
2019Workshop on "Health Awareness Program for women"
M. Prabakaran 2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
Seminar on Recent Approach of Fracture Mechanics In Armament MaterialsDRDO-ARMREB
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
C.Silambarasan2017Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations IPR Cell
2017Seminar on Recent Approach of Fracture Mechanics In Armament MaterialsDRDO-ARMREB
2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
Dr.S.Joseph Dominic Vijayakumar2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
2019workshop on “Fundamentals and Development in IC Engines & Aeronautics”
Work shop on "Recent Trends & Future Development In Cloud" Manufacturing
Work shop on "Composite Manufacturing Processes , Analysis, Modeling and Simulation"
S.Srinivasan2018Workshop on Advanced Machining Processes
workshop on “Energy Management System
2019workshop on “Fundamentals and Development in IC Engines & Aeronautics”

S.NOJOB / DESCRIPTIONINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEDATE
1PROJECT WORKPSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.20.03.2019
2PROJECT WORKPSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.15.03.2019
3PROJECT / SURFACE ROUGHNESS TESTSBM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.06.03.2019-08.03.2019
4PROJECT WORKPSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.21.02.2019
5COMPONENT SCANNING WORKSACS MAVMM ENGINEERING COLLEGE, MADURAI.11.02.2019 – 13.02.2019
6PROJECT / MEASURE THICKNESS OF BENT SHEETS IN A PROFIFE PROJECTORRVS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND, DINDIGUL.07.02.2019
7MECHANICAL VIBRATION TESTING / SHOCK ABSORBERM.I.E.T ENGINEERING COLLEGE, TRICHY.28.09.2018
8PROJECTSBM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.05.04.2018
9PROJECT / SURFACE FINISH TESTINGPSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.14.03.2018
10PROJECT/MACHININGUNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL.03.03.2017
11INSPECTION OF CRANK SHAFTRR INDUSTRIES, DINDIGUL10.12.2016
12INSPECTION OF CRANK SHAFTTHAI ENGINEERING WORKS, DINDIGUL17.09.2016
13INSPECTION OF MANUFACTURING COMPONENTS USING CMMTOOLTECH ENGINEERING, DINDIGUL26.07.2016
14INSPECTION OF MANUFACTURING COMPONENTS(MASTER GEAR COMPONENTS, GEAR BOX CASING) USING CMMSAMUNDI MACHINE WORK, DINDIGUL06.07.2016

Co-curricular activities

Mechanical Engineering Association – THEME organizes symposium, conferences, seminars, workshops and various technical events to the students. The students can learn team working and leadership skills. The department has recently inaugurated the student’s chapter of Fluid Power Society of India.

Our final year Mechanical Engineering student got “ISTE CHAPTER BEST STUDENT AWARD” for the year 2015. Our students (FAST FREAKS TEAM) secured ninth rank (Virtual Round) in all India level competition ‘Hybrid Vehicle Challenge – 2016’ organized by Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers (ISIE) Jalandhar, Punjab.

DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES – JUNE 2016 to DEC 2016

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

Sl.NoFaculty NameDescriptionConducted byDate & DurationPosition & Prize
1Dr.M.SaravananBest Faculty Award (Senior Category)Nehru College of Educational and Charitable Trust15.12.2016Cash Award Rs.10,000/-

LIST OF FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

Sl.NoFaculty NamePublication DetailsReferred by Annexure I/IIPublished year
1Dr.M.SaravananInventory routing and pricing problem in a supply chain net work design by a heuristic method, International journal of Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences.Annexure I2017
Design and optimization of single row layout problem in flexible manufacturing system using meta-heuristics, The international Journal of Manufacturing Technology & Management, Vol.30, Issue 3/4, pp.196-2015Annexure I2016
Fault Diagnostics on Steam Boilers and Forecasting System Based on Hybrid Fuzzy Clustering and Artificial Neural Networks in Early Detection of Chamber Slagging/Fouling, Circuits and Systems, 2016, Vol. 7, pp 4046-4070.Annexure I2016
Optimization of Machining Parameters in Turning Operations for Surface Roughness and Material Removal Rate on EN8 through combined GA – SSA Algorithm, Journal of Advances in Chemistry, 2016,Vol. 12, No. 14, pp 4774-4784Annexure I2016
Optimum Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Using Artificial Immune System Approach, Journal of Advances in Chemistry, 2016, Vol. 12, No.18, pp 5039-5052.Annexure I2016
Parametric Optimization of EDM Process on α–β Brass Using Taguchi Approach, Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals, 2016, Vol. 57, No. 6, pp. 586–598. © Allerton Press, Inc., 2016.Annexure I2016
Statistical model based optimal prediction on drilling Parameters, Journal of Advances in Chemistry, 2016, Vol. 12, No.17, pp 4981-4991.Annexure I2016
2Dr. G.SankaranarayananOptimization of Dynamic Facility Location Using Fuzzy Logic, International Journal of Printing, Packaging & Allied Sciences, 2016, Vol. 4, pp 1226 – 1239Annexure I2016
3Prof. K.A.SundararamanAn integrated finite element method, response surface methodology and evolutionary techniques for modelling and optimization of machining fixure layout for 3D hollow workpiece geometry, Journal of mechanical engineering science, 0(0), 1-16, 2016.Annexure I2016
4Dr. S.GaneshkumarDesign and optimization of single row layout problem in flexible manufacturing system using meta-heuristics, The international Journal of Manufacturing Technology & Management, Vol.30, Issue 3/4, pp.196-2015Annexure I2016
4Prof. M.SabareeswaranAn integrated finite element method, response surface methodology and evolutionary techniques for modelling and optimization of machining fixure layout for 3D hollow workpiece geometry, Journal of mechanical engineering science, 0(0), 1-16, 2016.Annexure I2016
5Prof.V.KandavelOptimization of Dynamic Facility Location Using Fuzzy Logic, International Journal of Printing, Packaging & Allied Sciences, 2016, Vol. 4, pp 1226 – 1239Annexure I2016
6Prof. I.VimalkannanStress Concentration on Rectangular Plate with Multiple Opposite Semicircular Notches Using Finite Element Analysis, 2016, Vol. 4, pp 7 – 12Annexure II2016

FACULTY ACTIVITIES

SEMINAR / CONFERENCE / WORKSHOP ATTENDED BY FACULTY

Sl.NoFaculty NameCourse Name / AwardsConducted byDate & Duration
1Prof.R.SubhaaInternational Conference on Business Analytics and intelligenceIISC, Bangalore19.12.2016 to 21.12.2016
2Prof.R.SubhaaGIAN course on Micro and Nano manufacturing processIIT, Madras05.12.2016 to 10.12.2016
3Dr.M.SaravananFDP on “ENTREPRENEURSHIP”Anna University Regional Campus & Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad14.12.2016 to 28.12.2016
4Prof.V.RamasamyProcessing of Smart materialsNIT, Trichy11.07.2016 to 16.07.2016
5Dr.S.Ganesh KumarFDP on “ENTREPRENEURSHIP”Anna University Regional Campus & Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad14.12.2016 to 28.12.2016
6Prof.V.KandavelFDP on “ENTREPRENEURSHIP”Anna University Regional Campus & Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad14.12.2016 to 28.12.2016

DEPARTMENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Sl.NoDescriptionCourse Name / AwardsConducted byDate & DurationPosition & Prize
1

FAST FREAKES

SSMIET

Virtual Round – HVCSri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh13/08/2016 – 14/08/2016III – Postion at National Level

NPTEL CERTIFICATIONS

Sl.NoFaculty NameCourse Name DurationRemarks
1Prof.A.Hari PrakashBasics of Finite Element Analysis IJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
2Prof.A.Hari PrakashAdvanced Machining ProcessJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
3Prof.I.Vimal KannanBasics of Finite Element Analysis IJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
4Prof.N.KarthikBasics of Finite Element Analysis IJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
5Prof.V.KandavelAdvanced Machining ProcessJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
6Prof.S.PaulsingarayarAdvanced Machining ProcessJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
7Prof.S.PaulsingarayarManufacturing Process Technology IIJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
8Prof.C.VinothkumarAdvanced Machining ProcessJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
9Prof.R.Dhileepan KumarasamyAdvanced Machining ProcessJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
10Prof.R.Dhileepan KumarasamyManufacturing Process Technology IIJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
11Prof.E.SivaselvamFluid MachinesJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
12Prof.T.RavichandranManufacturing Process Technology IIJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
13Prof.V.RamasamyAdvanced Machining ProcessJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
14Prof.V.RamasamyManufacturing Process Technology IIJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
15Prof.K.A.SundararamanManufacturing Process Technology IIJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
16Prof.K.A.SundararamanRefrigeration and AirconditioningJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
17Prof.M.SabareeswaranBasics of Finite Element Analysis IJuly – Sep 2016Successfully Completed
18Prof.R.SubhaaEngineering ThermodynamicsJuly – Oct 2016Successfully Completed

FPSI

SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology enjoys the Institutional Membership from 2014 onwards. Fluid Power Society of India® (FPSI) STUDENT’S CHAPTER was established on February 2016.

The primary objective of this student’s chapter are to focus on fluid power engineering and to bridge the gap between institute and industry. A feeling of fraternity and brotherhood complement the objectives and activities of the institute. It shall also render all possible assistance to the Regional Centers in matters relating to student members. The activities of the Students’ Chapter may specifically include the following:

  • To arrange lectures, film shows and video shows related to the Fluid Power Engineering Education and profession.
  • To arrange seminars, workshops, group discussion and Debates and to promote interaction of the Institute with Industry.
  • To establish and operate magazines for the use of its members.
  • To arrange excursions and plant visits of interest to the Student Engineers.
  • To assist and guide student engineers in their career planning and placement.
  • To assist any other activities of social, technical and educational interest to student engineers.

It is proposed to celebrate Fluid Power Professional Day and to give Pascal Award for the best project work done by engineering students in the field of Fluid Power. The projects will be evaluated by eminent academicians and professionals in the field and the award will be given to the most innovative project. Short term projects under FPSI Student Chapters Committee are to be promoted in our college shortly.

We are glad to say that, Our College is the Zone first in the have Fluid Power Society of India®, with institutional membership and a separate student’s chapter and Mr.P.Rajkumar, Mechanical student got II prize for presented a technical paper based on the project work, on the topic of Design and Fabrication of Seed and Sowing Machine by using Pneumatic System in the Fluid power professional’s day seminar at IISc, Bangalore conducted by Fluid Power Society of India.

Membership No. INST – 3311 Details for updating the FPSI database
Institution  Name  SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology
Product / Service  Academic & Research
Contact person  Dr. Senthil Kumaran Durairaj
Designation  Principal
Email IDprincipalssmiet@gmail.com
Institution Address  H-209, Dindigul-Palani Highway,
Dindigul, Tamilnadu, India.
Pin Code:  624 002
Ph. No:0451 - 2448800  
Mobile No.  +91 7373707003
Website:  www.ssmiet.ac.in
Email ID  ssmietdgl@gmail.com

SAEINDIA SSMIET COLLEGIATE CLUB

FPSI STUDENT’S CHAPTER

Faculty :Dr. V.Kandavel, Associate Professor,

Contact Details: email: kandavel@ssmiect.ac.in &

Ph:0451-2448874/ 9442362027

With reference to the circular No. 0023/SSMIET/2019 dtd.16.08.2019, we are providing the list of industries with MoU and tie-ups providing internship, Guest lectures, workshops and industrial visit for the department students.

MOU

S.
No.
Name of the OrganizationArea of Specialisation
1M/s. M.R.Silverline Solutions,
Dindigul
TIG / MIG Welding
2M/s. Thai Engineering Works, DindigulSpecial Machines and Operations
3M/s. United Pet, DindigulInjection Moulding and PET Bottles
4M/s. Global Polybags Industries Private Ltd., VirudhunagarManufacturing of LDPE/HDPE bags
5M/s. Shree Laxmi Spinners Private Limited, TiruppurProduction and Automation
6M/s.Kanika Milk Centre, DindigulIndustrial Cooling Plant / Unit
7M/s. WW Groups UK, TiruppurManufacturing and Materials Handling
8M/s. Safire Engineering Works,
Sivakasi
Welding, Forging and CNC machines
9M/s. R.R Industries, DindigulIndustrial, Agricultural and Automobile Engines
10M/s. Ford India Private Lmited,Chennai.Automobile and Production
11M/s. Fabulous Cement Techno Consultancy Private Lmited, Vijayawada.Turn key projects
12M/s. Amhogha Buildpro Limited, ChennaiTurn key projects
13M/S. Tirupathi E Power Motors, DindigulE Bike Sales and Services

Tie-Ups

S.
No.
Name of the OrganizationArea of SpecialisationEvent Nature
1Integral Coach Factory, Southern Railways, Perambur, ChennaiManufacturing & Maintenance of railway coachesInternship, Guest lecture, Workshops
2Railway Workshop, Southern Railway, Ponmalai, Trichy
3Madura Steel Industries, DindigulFoundryIndustrial Visit
4SPD & Sons, DindigulHydraulic and Pneumatic Equipments and special toolsIndustrial Visit, Guest Lecture, Internship
5Interfit India Limited, DindigulFoundryIndustrial Visit
6Nalvetha Castings Limited, DindigulFoundryIndustrial Visit
7DRTEC, DindigulCNC MachinesIndustrial Visit
8Siva Balaji Press tools, DindigulSheet MetalIndustrial Visit, Guest lecture

Year and DateName(s) of the Student(s)Title of the Event DurationName of the Organizing InstitutePrizes won
01.02.2019 to 28.02.2019T.PONSANKARLINE FOLLOWER EVENTONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology Got II Prize with Rs.1500 Cash Prize
V.NITHESHKUMARLINE FOLLOWER EVENTONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology Got II Prize with Rs.1500 Cash Prize
N.PARTHASARATHILINE FOLLOWER EVENTONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology Got II Prize with Rs.1500 Cash Prize
K.NOORJAHAN BAGAMGYANMITRA 19ONE DAYMepco college of EngineeringGot II Prize (Quiz)
M.RAMKUMARGYANMITRA 19ONE DAYMepco college of EngineeringGot II Prize (Quiz)
R.KARUNAKARANGYANMITRA 19ONE DAYMepco college of EngineeringGot II Prize (Quiz)
02.01.2019 to 31.01.2019S.PRAKASHROBOTICSONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology Nil
V.NITHESHKUMARROBOTICSONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology
N.PARTHASARATHIROBOTICSONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology Nil
C.LOGESWARANROBOTICSONE DAYCoimbatore Institute of Technology
KARTHI KEYAN SSRIJANA 2K19TWO DAYSPSG Institute of ManagementNil
MUTHU ARUN KUMAR.ASRIJANA 2K19TWO DAYSPSG Institute of Management
RAM KUMAR MSRIJANA 2K19TWO DAYSPSG Institute of ManagementNil
RAM KUMAR SSRIJANA 2K19TWO DAYSPSG Institute of Management
01.03.2019 to 22.03.2019P.NAVEENKUMARSymposium (DEXBOT’19)TWO DAYAnna University, Chennai.Nil
V.NITHESHKUMARSymposium (DEXBOT’19)TWO DAYAnna University, Chennai.
N.PARTHASARATHISymposium (DEXBOT’19)TWO DAYAnna University, Chennai.Nil
R.KULASHEKARANSymposium (DEXBOT’19)TWO DAYAnna University, Chennai.
01.02.2018 to 28.02.2018P.MANIKANDANAutomobile16.2.18-17.2.18,NIT-TrichyNil
7.2.18
P.NAGAMUTHU KATHIRAVANAutomobile , Applications of advanced materials16.2.18-17.2.18,NIT-TrichyNil
7.2.18SSMIET
T.PARTHASARATHYAutomobile16.2.18NIT-TrichyNil
R.MUTHUPANDIApplications of advanced materials7.2.18NIT-TrichyNil
S.MANIKANDANAutomobile16.2.18-17.2.18Nil
S.MUTHURAJAAutomobile,16.2.18-17.2.18, NIT-Trichy,Nil
Applications of advanced materials7.2.18
B.PRAKASHAutomobile16.2.18-17.2.18NIT-TrichyNil
B.NAGAPANDIAutomobile3.1.18NIT-TrichyNil
A.RAJASEKARANApplications of advanced materials7.2.18NIT-TrichyNil
A.RAJKUMARAutomobile16.2.18Nil
01.03.2018 to 31.03.2018R.KARUNAKARANBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCG-ChennaiNil
S.KARTHIKEYANBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCG-ChennaiNil
S.LOGESHWARANBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCG- ChennaiNil
P.NAVEENKUMARBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
M.RAMKUMARBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
S. RAMKUMARBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
R. RAMKUMARBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
S.PARTHASARATHYBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
T.PONSANKARBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
K.NOORJAHAN BEGAMBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
A.MOHAMED ASARAFBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
A.RAJASEKARANBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
P.RAJADURAIBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
J.PITCHAIMANIBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
B.KOUSHIKBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
T.RAMESHKANNANBIKOLOGY15.03.18 TO 17.03.18UCGNil
03.09.2018 to 29.09.2018R.KARUNAKARANTEKSPARK’18 - SYMPOSIUM12.09.2018 (1 DAY)Karpagam Institute of Technology, CoimbatoreNil
M.RAMKUMARTEKSPARK’18 - SYMPOSIUM12.09.2018 (1 DAY)Karpagam Institute of Technology, CoimbatoreNil
K.NOORJAHAN BEGAMTEKSPARK’18 - SYMPOSIUM12.09.2018 (1 DAY)Karpagam Institute of Technology, CoimbatoreNil
R.KARUNAKARANROBOTICS11.09.2018 (1 DAY)Karpagam Institute of Technology, CoimbatoreNil
  STUDENT ACTIVITIES
Sl.No Name of the Student Year Description Venue Date and Duration Position or Participation
1 Mr.P.Karthikshararn, Mr.M.Dineshkarthi, Mr.B.Kodeeswaran, Mr.A.P.Gobi Bharath, Mr.S.B.Karthkeyan III – A Workshop on Fabrication of Hybrid Vehicle – ISTE Sri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh 16/07/2016 – 17/07/2016 Participation
2 Mr.P.Karthikshararn, Mr.M.Dineshkarthi, Mr.B.Kodeeswaran, Mr.A.P.Gobi Bharath, Mr.S.B.Karthkeyan III – A Virtual Round – HVC Sri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh 13/08/2016 – 14/08/2016 III – Postion at National Level
3 Mr.R.Hariprasath, Mr.S.Kabilnath,   Mr.N.Ananth, Mr.P.Jeyakumar III – A Workshop on First Aid & Safety (YRC) SSM Institute of Engg & Tech, Dindigul 24/08/2016 – 26/08/2016 Participation
4 Mr.P.Arul Xavier III – A CHESS – Zonal Level Mens RVS College of Engg & Tech, Dindigul 18/08/2016 IV – Postion
5 Mr.T.T.Gobinath,       Mr.J.Jone Jerocin, Mr.R.Madhavan, Mr.S.Mahendran, Mr.B.Kodeeswaran, Mr.K.Bharath, Mr.V.M.Gowdhaman, Mr.B.Balasubramani, Mr.N.Bharath, Mr.S.B.Karthikeyan, Mr.S.Arun III – A Workshop on Hero Moto Corp – Safety Driving SSM Institute of Engg & Tech, Dindigul 23/08/2016 Participation
6 Mr.T.Prashanth, Mr.N.Prithviraja, Mr.A.Muthukumar, Mr.K.Sudharsanam, Mr.A.Santhana Krishnan, Mr.A.Shameer Ahamed III – B Workshop on First Aid & Safety (YRC) SSM Institute of Engg & Tech, Dindigul 24/08/2016 – 26/08/2016 Participation
7 Mr.T.Prashanth III – B Sketch Drawing on Pencil & Chalkpiece SSM Institute of Engg & Tech, Dindigul 31/08/2016 Honour Certificate
8 Mr.T.Prashanth, Mr.V.Nandhakumar, Mr.C.Perumalsamy, Mr.B.Rajavenkateshwaran, Mr.R.Pandiyarajan III – B Workshop on Hero Moto Corp – Safety Driving SSM Institute of Engg & Tech, Dindigul Participation
9 Mr.C.Perumalsamy, Mr.V.Sanjai, Mr.K.Selvakumar III – B Workshop on Fabrication of Hybrid Vehicle – ISTE Sri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh 16/07/2016 – 17/07/2016 Participation
10 Mr.C.Perumalsamy, Mr.V.Sanjai, Mr.K.Selvakumar III – B Virtual Round – HVC Sri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh 13/08/2016 – 14/08/2016 III – Postion at National Level
11 Mr.B.Vignesh, Mr.A.Mahendran, Mr.K.Mathanagopal, Mr.B.Naveenkumar, Mr.B.Arunkumar, Mr.M.Dineshkumar, Mr.A.Achuthan, Mr.S.Mohamed Nazeef, Mr.S.Lingeswar, Mr.R.Dinesh kumar, Mr.M.Balaji, Mr.V.Suresh, Mr.J.Rajadurai IV Workshop on Fabrication of Hybrid Vehicle – ISTE Sri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh 16/07/2016 – 17/07/2016 Participation
12 Virtual Round – HVC Sri Vishnu College of Engg for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh 13/08/2016 – 14/08/2016 III – Postion at National Level
13 Mr.V.Balamurugan, Mr.S.Vasanthakumar, Mr.R.Sasikumar,Mr.N.Thangaraj, Mr.S.Tamilselvan IV Workshop on Industrial Automation M.Kumarasamy College of Engg & Tech, Karur 26/07/2016 – 27/07/2016 Participation

 

Student achivements

 

Research facilities The department also offers research facilities in the specialized equipments like Co-ordinate measuring machine, Surface roughness tester, Computer interfaced emission measuring instrument, computerized data acquisition for four stroke single cylinder diesel engine test rig, CNC lathe and milling machines and Electro Pneumatic Trainer kit with SIEMENS PLC. It motivates the faculty members who are involved in the research work to publish research papers in the refereed journals.
S. No. Faculty Name Designation Status
1. Dr.G.Sankaranarayanan M.E., Ph.D Professor and Head Completed
2 Dr. Dr. M.Muthukannan  M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Completed
3 Dr. S.Joseph Dominic Vijayakumar  M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Completed
4 Dr. V.Kandavel  M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Completed
5 Dr. R.Subha, M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Completed
6 Prof.C.Silambarasan  M.E., (Ph.D) Assistant Professor Pursuing
7 Dr. M.Sabareeswaran  M.E., Ph.D Associate Professor Completed
8 Prof. I.Vimal Kannan  M.E., (Ph.D) Assistant Professor Pursuing
9 Prof. M.Prabakaran M.E., (Ph.D) Assistant Professor Pursuing
10 Prof. M. Ramesh.,   M.E., (Ph.D) Associate Professor Pursuing
11 Prof. R. Dhileepan Kumarasamy.,  M.E., (Ph.D) Assistant Professor Pursuing

FPSI STUDENT’S CHAPTER

FPSI is the one of the Professional bodies established during 1973 at Bengaluru. Its objective is to promote, and disseminate among the students latest trends in the field of fluid power. SSMIET got FPSI’s Institutional Membership in 2014 and we are the first institute to have the membership in South Zone next to IIT Chennai and the student chapter was established in February 2016. It renders all possible assistance to the Regional Centers in matters relating to student members.

Activities

To arrange lectures, film screening of and videos related to the Fluid Power Engineering Education and profession.

To establish and publish magazines for the use of its members.

To assist and guide student engineers in their career planning and placement.

To assist any other activities of social, technical and educational interest to student engineers.

Project Presentation at Sathish Dhavan Auditorium, IISc Bangalore by Mr.Rajkumar and his team on 19th June, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Inauguration of Student Chapter on 18th February, 2016

Achievements:

Our student Mr.P.Rajkumar & his team from Mechanical Engineering students 2013-17 batch won the II prize in National Level Competition for presenting a paper on their project work , “Design and Fabrication of Seed Sowing Machine using Pneumatic System” in the Fluid power professional’s day seminar at IISC , Bangalore conducted by FPSI.

Attended 36th Annual general body meeting on 01.08.2015 at Hotel Atrai-Bangalore

vents

2017-18

  • Project Presentation at Sathish Dhavan Auditorium, IISc Bangalore by Mr.Rajkumar and his team on 19th June 2017.

2016-17

  • Guest Lecture on “Hydraulic and Pneumatics” by Mr M S Yoganarasimha, Industrial consultant to many of Hydraulic Industries and founder member of Fluid power Society of India.

2015-16

  • Inauguration of Student Chapter on 18th February, 2016.
  • Attended 36th Annual general body meeting on 01.08.2015 at Hotel Atrai-Bangalore

Future Scope of FPSI in SSMIET is to:

  • To conduct more number of seminars, workshops, group discussion and debates to promote interaction between the Institute and Industry through FPSI.
  • To organize plant visits and internships with the help of FPSI.

Value added Courses In order to meet the growing demands of corporate, the department is striving hard to develop the technical competence of students by offering value added courses like Solid works, Edge CAM, ANSYS, CNC Programming, Hyper mesh, Industrial Automation using Hydraulics and Pneumatics etc. WORKSHOP / VALUE ADDED COURSES CONDUCTED BY FACULTY @ SSMIET
Sl.No Name Description Course Name Date & Duration
1 Dr.S.Domnic Joseph Vijayakumar & Prof.I.Vimal Kannan Workshop Solving Mechanical Engineering Problems using Matlab 24/09/2016
2 Dr.G.Shankaranarayanan Value Added Course Speaking and Writing Skills on Hindi 11/07/2016 to 31/10/2016
3 Dr.S.Ganesh Kumar Workshop Robotics Ten Week Training Program
4 Prof.A.Hari Prakash & Prof. M.Sabareeswaran Value Added Course Modeling and Detailing of SOLIDWORKS 09/09/2016 to 21/09/2016
5 Prof.I.Vimal Kannan Value Added Course CNC Programing, Manufacturing and Measuring 16/09/2016 to 24/10/2016
6 Prof.V.Kandavel & Prof.M.Ramesh Value Added Course Hydraulics and Pneumatics 16/08/2016 to 31/08/2016
S.NONAMEDescriptionCourse NameDate and Duration
1Dr.V.Kandavel, Prof M.RameshValue Added CourseIndustrial Automation 4.004.01.2020 to 28.03.2020
2Dr.M.Sabareeswaran, Prof S.TamilarasanValue Added CourseHands on Training on ANSYS04.01.2020 to 28.03.2020
3Dr.M.Muthukannan, Prof.S.SrinivasanValue Added CourseHands on Training on Heat transfer Equipments04.01.2020 to 28.03.2020
4Dr.S.Joseph Dominic Vijayakumar, Prof.R.Dhileepan KumarasamyValue Added CourseHands on Training on CNC & CMM04.01.2020 to 28.03.2020
5Dr,R.Subhaa, Prof.E.SivaselvamValue Added CourseHands on Training on Solid Works04.01.2020 to 28.03.2020
6Prof.R.Suresh, Prof.G.VinothkumarValue Added CourseMachine Drawing15.07.2019 and 15 Days
7Prof.S.Srinivasan, Prof.E.SivaselvamValue Added CourseRefrigeration and Air Conditioning(R&AC)16.07.2019 and 15 Days
8Prof.I.Vimal kannanValue Added Course Career guidance and opportunities in Mechanical Engineering
30.07.2018 to 31.08.2018.
9Prof.I.Vimal kannanValue Added CourseDesign contest in Power plant Engineering for final year students
26.07.2018 to 21.08.2018.
10Dr.M.Sabareeswaran Dr.K.A.SundararamanValue Added CourseCATIA – 3D Modelling Software23.07.2018 and 15 Days
11Prof.S.Srinivasan, Prof.D.AnithaValue Added CourseRefrigeration and Air Conditioning(R&AC)16.07.2018 and 15 Days
12Prof.E.Sivaselvam, Prof.G.VinothkumarValue Added CourseMachine Drawing16.07.2018 and 15 Days
13Prof.I.Vimal kannan, Prof.S.Srinivasan, Prof.V.RamasamyWorkshopCoordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) 21.02.2018 and One day
14Prof.C.Vinothkumar, Prof.G.Vinothkumar, Prof.D.AnithaWorkshopComposite Mterials 21.02.2018 and One day
15Dr.M.Sabareeswaran, Prof.A.Hari PrakashValue Added CourseHands on Training on ANSYS 15.022.01.2018 and 15 Days
16Prof.I.Vimal kannan, Prof.S.Srinivasan, Prof.V.RamasamyValue Added CourseGeometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
(GD & T) using CMM
18.01.2018 to 09.03.2018.
17Dr.M.Sabareeswaran, Prof.A.Hari PrakashValue Added CourseSolidworks26.07.2017 and 15 Days

The Head of the Department,

Department of Mechanical Engineering,

SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology,

Dindigul – 624 002.

Tamil Nadu, India.

Phone: 0451 – 2448830.

E-mail Id: hodmechanicalssmiet@gmail.com

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