Automobile Engineering

Automobile engineering

Department of Automobile Engineering

The Department of Automobile Engineering was started in the year 2010 . The department has well-qualified and experienced faculty of proven ability and administrative skills.The department has an excellent industrial interaction and well-equipped state of the art laboratories that cater to the needs of the students.The Department is actively engaged in teaching and research in the areas of Automotives, Vehicle Dynamics and related research areas.

Mr.P.Manavalan
Professor and Head

Teaching Experience:
15 Years
Area of Interest

  • Metal joining Technology
  • Engineering material science
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Advanced Manufacturing Process
  • Optimization Techniques

 Educational Qualification:

  • D.- Metal Joining Technology-2019- Dept of Manufacturing Technology- Annamalai university-Chidambaram,608002.
  • E- Manufacturing Engineering – 2005 -Dept of Manufacturing Technology- Annamalai university-Chidambaram, 608002.
  • E- Mechanical Engineering-2003-IFET College of Engineering & Technology, Madras University.

Research Publication

  • International Journal-9
  • National Journal-4
  • Workshop Attended-11
  • Conference Attended-13
  1. P.MANAVALAN, PROFESSOR AND HEAD
  2. P.MURUGESAN, PROFESSOR
  3. P.V.NANDHAKUMAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
  4. V.ATHISAKTHIDASAN, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
  5. M.SHEIK MOHAMED KASSIM, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
  6. K.ARUNKUMAR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
  7. R.PRAVEENKUMAR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
  8. N.KARTHIKEYAN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
  9. T.ARUN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

To develop the department of Automobile Engineering into a “CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE” offering engineering education to the students bringing out there total personality, emphasizing ethical values and preparing them to meet the growing challenges of the industry and diverse social needs of our nation.

  • To provide highest quality education.
  • Prepare effective and responsible automobile engineers for global requirements by providing quality education..
  • Constantly strive to improve pedagogical methods employ in delivering in the academic programs.
  • Respond effectively to needs industry and changing the world.
  • Conduct basic and applied research and to generate intellectual property.
  • To support more competitive and ne industry development in country.

 PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

  1. Students will excel in their professional career in automobile industry and research with the highest professional and ethical standards in their activities by acquiring knowledge in basic engineering, mathematics, science and automobile engineering.
  2. Students will exhibit professionalism, team work in their chosen profession and adapt to current trends, technologies and industrial scenarios by pursuing life-long learning.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

  1. Graduates will demonstrate strong basics in Mathematics, Science and Engineering
  2. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design a system, component or process to meet the desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.
  4. Graduates will become familiar with modern engineering tools and analyse the problems within the domains of Automobile Engineering as members of multidisciplinary teams.
  5. Graduates will acquire the capability to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems related to Automobile Engineering.
  6. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility with reference to their career in the field of Automobile Engineering.
  7. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively both in verbal and non-verbal forms.
  8. Graduates will be trained towards developing the impact of Automobile engineering in the global, economic environmental and societal contexts.
  9. Graduates will be capable of understanding the value for life-long learning.
  10. Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of contemporary issues focusing on the necessity to develop new material, design, and engineering practice in the field of Automobile Engineering.
  11. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in the field of Automobile Engineering.
  12. Graduates will have a firm scientific, technological and communication base that would help them either to find the desired placement or to become an entrepreneur and explore the knowledge in their field.
  13. Graduates will be capable of doing higher studies and research in inter and multi-disciplinary areas.

PSO1: Apply mathematics, science, and computing techniques in a comprehensive method to solve automobile engineering problems in   the   areas   of   Vehicle   design, Vehicle dynamics, automotive electronics and Power train problems.

PSO2: Use   modern   modeling   and simulation techniques with acquired cross-discipline knowledge and industrial engineering concepts to develop strategies for solving automobile engineering problems in the current work environment

PSO3: Assess society needs and develop constructive and creative solutions for complex automobile engineering problems under social and ethical constraints.

GUEST LECTURE:

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Electronic Engine Management System ” by Dr. K. Arunachalam, Associate Professor, Department of Automobile Engg, Anna University (MIT Campus), Chennai. on 18.08.2016.

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Alternate Fuel Technology” Dr. V. Edwin Geo, Associate Professor, Dept of Automobile Engg, SRM University (Main Campus), Kanchipuram. On 19.08.2016

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Energy Efficient Hybrid And Electric Vehicles” by Dr. N. Saravanan, Senior Manager, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.,Mahindra Research Valley. On 12.07.2017

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Recent trends in Vehicular Pollution control”  Dr. P. Senthilkumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Automobile Engineering, Anna University (MIT-chennai). on 14.02.2018

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Advanced Gasoline Fuel Injection Systems ”  Mr. C. Prabhu, Assistant Professor,Dept of Automobile Engg, SRM University (Main Campus), Kanchipuram . on 21.03.2017

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Welding Of Metallic Materials”  Dr. A. Razal Rose, Associate Professor,Dept of Mechanical Engg, SRM University (Main Campus), Kanchipuram . on 28.03.2017

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Vehicle Dynamics”  Dr. K. Kamalakannan, Professor & Head -Automobile Engg ,Hindustan University, Chennai  on 08.08.2015

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Alternate  Energy For Automobiles ”  Dr. M. Subramanian, Professor & Head- Automobile Engg , BSA University, Vandalur, Chennai.  on 11.03.2016

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Vehicle Dynamics”  Dr. K. Kamalakannan, Professor & Head -Automobile Engg ,Hindustan University, Chennai  on 08.08.2015

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Pneumatic Tires and Vehicle Dynamics Mr. S. Jeevagan, Business Consultant,  Apollo Tyres, Chennai on 11.03.2016

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “CRDI System” Mr. K. Aravind, Technical Trainer, Bosch India Pvt. Ltd, Chennai on 29.12.2014

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Application Of Planetary Drives On Off Road Vehicles” Mr. M. Sathish Kumar, Asst Manager, Bonfliglioli Transmission Pvt Ltd, Kanchipuram. on 30.12.2014

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Fuels And Lubricants ” Mr. Suresh Kumar,Sr. Manager, Daimler India Commercial Pvt Ltd, Kanchipuram . on 31.1.2015

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Computational Fluid Dynamics” Mr. Prakash, Professor, Department of Automobile Engg, Hindustan University, Chennai. on 26.2.2015

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Emissions, after Treatment, Electronics Used In Control Of Emissions Turbocharger Mr.B.Vivek Anand Sr.Manager,Ashok Leyland,Chennai. on 28.2.2015

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Combustion in SI and CI Engines” Combustion in SI and CI Engines. on 28.2.2015

Automobile engineering department organized a guest lecture on “Recent advances and techniques in automotive transmission system” on 08.1.2019

Industrial visit

Arrow Coaches, No.16, 7th Street, Indra Nagar, Adyar,Chennai – 600020. On 26.02.2014

Ashok Leyland Ltd, Ennore Manufacturing Unit, Chennai-57. On 18.12.2014.

Ennore Thermal Power station, Ennore, Chennai-57. On 19.12.2014.

Delphi TVS Diesel system Pvt Ltd.,Thodukadu post, Sriperumbudur, kanchipuram-602105. On 04.02.2015.

Compact Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE), Avadi. On 21.01.2017.

Rane (Madras) Limited,Thirubhuvani, Pondicherry. On 18.02.2017

Central Institute Plastic Engineering & Technology (CIPET), on 18.07.2017

Koyas Fasterners Pvt Ltd, on 26.02.2018.

Integral coach factory (ICF), ICF North colony, konnur Chennai-38, on 08.02.2019

 Workshop

Advances in Automotive Diagnostics-AAD’17. Dr.S.Prabhakar Chief Operating Officer, Top Engineers Chennai. On 10.08.2017 to 11.08.2017

Product Development-Concept  Method & applications. Mr. A. R. Jegadeeswaran, Senior Manager, Hyundai Motors, Sriperumbudur, Kanchipuram. Mr. S. Nakkeeran, Director, HEXDOF Engg. Services Pvt Ltd, Chennai. On 09.09.2015 to 10.09.2015.

CRDI and its associated Technologies. Mr. G. Anantha kumar, Asst. Professor, Anna University (MIT Campus), Chennai and Mr. S. Ganesan, Trainer, Ex Lucas Indian Service, Chennai. On 05.02.2015.

International Workshop on Research Methodology Dr. S. Arunachalam, Professor, UEL, London, UK and Dr. G. S. Kandasamy, Former Professor & Head Anna University (MIT Campus), Chennai. On 03.04.2013.

One day workshop on Additive Manufacturing using 3D Printer with Hands on Training M/s CADDAM Technologies Pvt. Ltd. on 28.02.2019.

Conference

National Conference on Contemporary Research in Advanced Material Science (CRAMS’16) on 04.02.2016 and 05.02.2016

National Conference on Climate Change-Impacts, Adaption and Mitigation in India (CIAMI’16)

On 11.08.16 and 12.08.16

National Conference on Recent Advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology RAN-17 16.03.17 and 17.03.2017

 Seminar

National Seminar on Bio Resources Technology for Bio Fuels, Bio Energy & Environmental Sustainability – BIOENS’17. On 23.03.2017 & 24.03.2017​

LIST OF LAB:

CE8318 Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory

ME8381Computer Aided Machine Drawing

HS8381 Interpersonal Skills/Listening & Speaking

AT8411Automotive Components Laboratory

EC8382 Electronics and Microprocessors Laboratory

AT8511 Automotive Electrical and Electronics Laboratory

AT8512 Automotive Fuels and Lubricants Laboratory.

AT8611 Computer Aided Engine and Chassis Design Laboratory

AT8612 Two and Three Wheelers Laboratory

AT8711 Engine Performance and Emission Testing Laboratory

AT8712 Vehicle Maintenance Laboratory

Publications
  • National and International – 11.
S.NoDateTopicsEvent & PlaceName of the Person
112.09.2014‘National level Mini-Motorcycle Design, Fabrication and Racing Contest’ [RIDE 2014],Karpagam College of Engg, Coimbatore. 10th place out of 120 participantsB. Chandra Sekaran, G. Sundar, S. Swaminathan, N. Sathish Kumar, T.V. Vaishak, K. Vignesh Ramanathan
226.02.2015Paper presentation on Shock Wave Ignition SystemValliammai Engineering college ( Third place )G. Meenakshi Sundaram, S. Hariram, V. Karthick, M. Gowri Shankar

 

The Department of Automobile Engineering has Department Library, Smart Class Rooms and well equipped laboratories that includes

  • Automotive Components Lab
  • Engine Performance and Emission Testing Lab
  • Automotive Fuels and Lubricants Lab
  • Automotive Electrical and Electronics Lab
  • Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab
  • Computer Aided Engine Design Lab
  • Computer Aided Chassis Design Lab
  • Two and Three Wheelers Lab
  • Vehicle Maintenance and Re-conditioning Lab
 

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY
1. Total No. of books available – 1033
2. No. of Journals available – 12

COMPANIES VISITED

Our department students are placed in highly esteemed firms such as Vertex Group, Rural shores.