LOYOLA-ICAM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY(LICET) Loyola Campus, Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600034

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Mechanical Engineering Department was started with 60 students in the year 2010 and within a span of 4 years the strength has gone up to 550. The department has highly qualified, experienced and dedicated teaching and non-teaching faculty, some of them with more than 30 years of experience. There are 6 doctorates to guide the students in project modeling and project management. Labs with state-of-art resources and facilities are an added advantage of the student community. We have professionally trained faculty to teach students on “Design Thinking” which has bright future in mechanical engineering. LICET is one among the few colleges which has Automation lab to train the students in most advanced machining techniques. Our faculties also teach students of government schools in and around Chennai to perform routine things in a better way through design thinking.

We have tie – ups with a good number of universities and industries within and outside the country, through collaborations and research projects. We also maintain a close liaison with government and private bodies such as DAIKIN, NIWE, VALEO, PALS etc. We have DAIKIN – Center of excellence in our college premises to offer training to students as well as industry persons. The college has gone the extra mile of exposing the students to system discovery and system analysis (innovative programmes) in the I and II year respectively, helping them go beyond the Anna University syllabus. The III year students go to France (ICAM University) and participate in summer programmes that give them international exposure. A few of our students are doing their Master’s programme in France (ICAM University), USA (Fairfield University) and also in Germany. With the Global perspective, students learn French and German languages in addition to soft skill training, interview techniques, leadership grooming, skipper programmes, motor mechanic and robotic trainings. Our students consistently perform well and secure significant ranks in national level events, namely, BAJA, GO KART conducted for engineering students.

We provide holistic formation along with engineering education to students through Jesuits pedagogy. Apart from curricular activities, students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities too. In short, it is a soul satisfying experience to be a student of the Mechanical Department of LICET.

Vision

To develop competent and socially responsible mechanical engineers by providing quality education and research facilities.

Mission

Department of Mechanical Engineering is committed

  • To collaborate with world class technical institutions both national, international and R&D organizations to impart practical training, teaching, research and entrepreneurship in order to prepare globally competitive mechanical engineers.
  • To provide state of the art infrastructure and research facilities and adopting modern teaching methodologies and training to achieve academic excellence.
  • To form socially responsible mechanical engineers by inculcating ethics through value based education.

Program Educational Objectives

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering curriculum is designed to impart Knowledge, Skill and Aptitude to the graduates to

PEO No. PEO
1 Have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and allied industries.
2 Have expertise in the areas of Design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing.
3 Practice their profession with good communication skills, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.

 

Programme Outcomes

  • Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences
  • Design/development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specific needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • 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.
  • Modern Tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice
  • Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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 No. PSO
1 The students will be able to combine their theory, hands-on and software knowledge in the field of mechanical engineering to design and develop components and provide solutions to practical problems
2 The students will be able to apply their knowledge in the field of thermal and fluid sciences to simulate and develop solutions for real time applications.
3 The students will be able to apply knowledge and skill in various aspects of manufacturing technology and automation, to enhance productivity and cater to current industrial needs.
4 The students will be able to engage professionally in industries or as an entrepreneur by applying modern management practices.
  • A21

  • A22

  • A32

  • H23

  • J14

Lab Facility

S.No Lab Name Description Equipment Available
1 Engineering Practices Laboratory Experiments were conducted in civil and mechanical engineering concepts such as plumbing, carpentry, sheet metal work, welding and simple lathe machining.
  1. ANGLE GRINDING MACHINE
  2. AIR COOLED WELDING TRANSFORMER
  3. OIL COOLED WELDING TRANSFORMER
  4. EARTH FURNACE
  5. SMITHY BLOYER
  6. HAMER DRILL
  7. JIG SAW
  8. CIRCLE SAW MACHINE
  9. HAND SHEARING MACHINE
  10. GAS WELDING
  11. C CLAMP
  12. RUBBER MALLET
  13. CHISEL PYE772  2’’ 1’’3/8’’

 

  1. CARPENTRY VICE
  2. BENCH VICE
  3. JACK PLANE
  4. HAND SAW
  5. TRY SQUARE
  6. STEEL RULER
  7. MARKING GAUGE
  8.  HACKSAW FRAME
  9. PIPE VICE
  10. PIPEWRENCH
  11. DIE SET
  12. DOUBLE END SPANNER
  13. RING SPANNER
  14. SNIP   STRAIGHTSTRAIGHT

BEND

  1. DIVIDER
  2. ANVIL
  3. SQUARE STAKEROUND  ANVIL HORSE HEAD  STAKE
  4. CUTTING PLIER
  5. SCRIBER
  6. CUTOFF MACHINE
  7. PATPERN
  8. MOULDING BOX (CI)
  9. SMOOTHER
  10. GATE CUTTER
  11. MOULDING BOX(WOODEN)
  12. TRAVEL
  13. SLICK
  14. LIFTER
  15. VENT ROD
  16. VENT WIRE
  17. DRAW SPIKE
  18. SHOVEL
  19. RAMMER  BUDWEDGE
  20. RUNNER
  21. RISER
2 Manufacturing Technology Laboratory In manufacturing technology lab I, various machining operations such
as turning, step turning, taper turning, thread cutting, knurling, drilling and boring are taught and students make components such as square and hexagonal bolts and nuts, crank shaft and eccentric bush.
In manufacturing technology lab II, various machining operations such as milling, surface grinding, cylindrical grinding, tool grinding are taught and students make helical gear, spur gear and also measure force using lathe tool dynamometer and milling tool dynamometer
  1. Centre Lathe
  2. Shaping M/c 18”
  3. Shaping M/c 12”
  4. Surface grinding M/c
  5. Vertical Milling
  6. Horizontal Milling
  7. Cylindrical Grinding
  8. Gear Hobbing
  9. Turret and Capstan Lathe
  10. Radial Drilling M/c
  11. Planner 4ft
  12. Slotting M/c
  13. Tool Dynamometer
  14. Tool makers microscope
  15. Brazing M/c
  16. Injection moulding
  17. Milling tool dynamometer
  18. Tool and Cutter grider
  19. Gear Shaper
  20. Centreless Grinding
  21. 6” lathe
  22. Turret lathe
  23. All Gear lathe
  24. Master Centre lathe
  25. Sona lathe
  26. 2880 rpm Bench grinder

 

3 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory Students calculate flow rate using flow meters such as venturimeter, orificemeter and rotameter. Students conduct performance test on rotodynamic pumps, positive displacement pumps, impulse and reaction turbines
  1. Orifice Meter Apparatus
  2. Venturimeter  Apparatus
  3. Rotameter Testing Apparatus
  4. Pipe Friction Apparatus
  5. Centrifugal Pump Testing Apparatus
  6. Submersible Pump testing Apparatus
  7. Reciprocating Pump Testing Apparatus
  8. Gear Oil Pump Testing Apparatus
  9. Pelton Turbine Testing
  10. Francis Turbine Testing
  11. Kaplan Turbine Testing
  12. Stop Watch
  13. Tachometer

 

4 Thermal Engineering Laboratory In thermal engineering lab I, students learn to conduct performance test and heat balance test on four stroke single cylinder and multi cylinder diesel and petrol engines under different loading like mechanical, hydraulic and electrical loading.
In thermal engineering lab II, students learn the basic heat transfer concepts such as conduction, convection and radiation and also analyze the heat transfer concepts in refrigerator, air conditioner, compressor and heat exchanger.
  1. Cut Section Model of 2 Stroke Petrol Engine
  2. Cut Section Model of 4 Stroke Diesel Engine
  3. Redwood Viscometer Apparatus
  4. Pensky Martin Flash and Fire Point Apparatus
  5. Cleaveland Flash and Fire Point Apparatus
  6. 4 Stroke 1 Cylinder Slow Speed Diesel Engine with Mechanical Dynamometer Apparatus
  7. 4 Stroke 1 Cylinder Petrol Engine with Electrical Bulb Loading Test Rig  Apparatus
  8. 4 Stroke 1 Cylinder Diesel Engine with Electrical Water Rheostat Test Rig  Apparatus
  9. 4 Stroke 2 Cylinder 10 HP Diesel Engine with Hydraulic Loading Apparatus
  10. 4 Stroke 1 Cylinder Horizontal Diesel Engine with Mechanical Dynamometer Apparatus
  11. 4 Stroke 4 Cylinder Petrol Engine with Hydraulic Dynamometer Test Rig Apparatus: Morse Test
  12. Cut Section Model of 4 Stroke Petrol Engine
  13. Cut Section Model of 4 Stroke 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine
  14. Steam Turbine and Steam Generator Test Rig Apparatus
  15. Data Acquisition System without Engine Test Rig Apparatus
  16. Cut Section Model of 4 Stroke 2 Cylinder Diesel Engine
  17. Tachometer Contact Type System
  1. Thermal Conductivity of Guarded Hot Plate Method Apparatus
  2. Heat Transfer in Lagged Pipe Apparatus
  3. Natural Convection Apparatus
  4. Pin Fin Apparatus
  5. Stefan Boltzmann Apparatus
  6. Emissivity Apparatus
  7. Forced ConvectionApparatus
  8. Parallel Flow and Counter Flow  Apparatus
  9. Refrigeration Test Rig Apparatus
  10. Air Conditioning Test Rig Apparatus
  11. Two Stage Air Compressor Test Rig Apparatus
  12. Air Conditioning Study System (Cut Section Model) Apparatus
  13. Composite Wall Apparatus
  14. Insulating Powder Apparatus
  15. HC Refrigeration Test Rig Apparatus
  16. Fluidized Bed Water Cooling Tower Mini Test Rig Apparatus

 

5 Strength of Materials Laboratory Students are taught to measure the various mechanical properties such as harness, impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, shear strength, stiffness.
  1. Universal Testing Machine
  2. Spring Testing Machine for tensile and compressive loads
  3. Double shear attachment- extensometer
  4. Specimens for Microscopic Study
  5. Brinell Hardness Testing Machine
  6. Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine
  7. Metallurgical Microscopes
  8. Impact testing Machine with accessories
  9. Torsion Testing Machine
  10. Jominy Fixture and end Quench unit
  11. Lechatlier Apparatus and Vicat Needle Apparatus – accessories
  12. Water bath
  13. Rossette strain gauge
  14. Muffle Furnace

 

6 Dynamics Laboratory Students are taught to measure damped and undamped vibrations and do experiments in various governing mechanisms
  1. Universal Governor
  2. Cam Analysis
  3. Motorized Gyroscope
  4. Whirling of Shaft
  5. Static Balancing Machine
  6. Universal Vibration Apparatus and accessories and attachments
  7. Vibration table
  8. Turn Table Apparatus
  9. Gear 9 Models
  10. Kinematic Models
  11. Dynamic Balancing machine
  12. Contact Type Tachometer
  13. Stop Watch
  14. Non-Contact type Tachometer

 

7 Metrology and Measurements Laboratory Students calibrate various machining instruments and also measure torque, force, surface finish, flatness, and various linear and angular measurements for the given specimen
  1. Vernier Caliper
  2. Vernier Height Gauge
  3. Vernier depth Gauge
  4. Slip Gauge Set
  5. Gear Tooth Vernier
  6. Sine Bar
  7. Sine Centre
  8. Micrometer
  9. Inside Micrometer
  10. Bevel Protector
  11. Bore Gauge with Dial
  12. Floating Carriage Micrometer
  13. Profile Projector
  14. Tool Makers Microscope
  15. Mechanical Comparator
  16. Pneumatic Comparator
  17. Electric Comparator
  18. Autocollimator
  19. Temperature Measuring Setup
  20. Force Measuring Setup
  21. Torque Measuring Setup
  22. Coordinate Measuring Machine
  23. Air Compressor
  24. Surface finish measuring equipment
  25. Displacement Measuring Setup
  26. Dial Gauge With Magnetic Base
  27. Telescope gauge
  28. Vibration Measuring Setup

 

8 C.A.D. / C.A.M. Laboratory In CAD lab, students are taught to create solid assembly models using design softwares such as solid works and creo parametric.
In CAM lab students learn CNC part programming in CNC lathe and CNC vertical milling machine in FANUC platform
In simulation and analysis lab, students learn structural analysis, thermal analysis and vibration analysis using simulation software ANSYS.
  1. HP Deskjet 2020 color printer
  2. HP Design jet 500 24” plotter (mono) – (C7769E)
  3. XL TURN machine – No. 477 & PC Controlled workbench
  4. XL MILL machine – No. 473 & PC Control & ATC
  5. Tooling package for XL MILL
  6. Tooling package for XL TURN
  7. Air compressor (110 lt) – 1.5 HP motor
  8. CAD – Software package (CREO parametric)
  9. Computer systems (lenova)
  10. HP 1020 laser printer
  11. CAD – Software package ( Solidworks 2010) – Additional software
  12. CAE – Software package (ANSYS v14.5)
  13. CAM – Software package (Master CAM v X6)
  14. Sony – LCD projector – DX 100

 

9 Mechatronics Laboratory Students will learn about mechanical, electrical and electronics system as an amalgamation known as mechatronics. Students also learn various simulation software such as automation studio, LABVIEW, and mat lab for better usage and application of mechatronics concepts.
  1. AUTOMATION STUDIO 5.7
  2. PLC HYDRAULIC TRAINER ACTUATION SYSTEM VPAT 12 L
  3. SPEED CONTROL AC & DC DRIVES
  4. PROCESS CONTROL TRAINER – VMPA 062A
  5. DESIGN ANF TESTING FLUID POWER WITH DATA AQUSITATION VMPT 304LC
  6. ELECTROPNUEMATIC TRAINER VMPT 302
  7. ELECTROPNUEMATIC TRAINER WITH PLC VMPT 303 LC
  8. HYBRID CONTROLLER AC& DC DRIVES
  9. MICROCONTROLEER TRAINER KIT
  10. STEPPER MOTOR CONTROLLER WITH MOTOR VBMB 13 A
  11. DIGITAL VIDEO DEVELOPMENT DM 6437
  12. MICROCONTROLEER TRAINER KIT 51 LC
  13. TRAFFIC LIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
  14. TRANSDUCER TRAINER VTT01
  15. PROCESS CONTROL TRAINER – VMPA 062A

 

Department Library

The Department library has a total number of 1825 books. It is having many national and international journals which include Journal of Engineering and material science, Journal of air-conditioning and refrigeration, ASHRAE Journal, Journal of Vibration Engineering and technologies, Journal of Manufacturing Engineering to name a few. It contains text books and reference books in the topics of thermal engineering, manufacturing engineering, design, CAD/CAM , general engineering, and management prescribed by the Anna university.

Student Strength

Batch GRAND TOTAL
2016-2020 2017-2021 2018-2022 2019-2023
BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS
131 7 131 8 122 7 102 7 515
Total 138 Total 139 Total 129 Total 109

Placement & Higher Studies

Year Placed Higher Studies Entrepreneur
2018-19 27 31 1
2017-18 60 21
2016-17 37 22 3
2015-16 36 27 1
2014-15 47 14 5

Frequently Visited Companies

Company Name
AMAZON
BBRAUN INDIA
BORGWARNER
CSS CORP
DECATHLON
e-Noah iSolution India Pvt Ltd
EXETER PREMEDIA SERVICES
FAURECIA AUTOMOTIVE SEATINGS
FRESH DESK
GENPACT
HCL
JUST DIAL
MILAGROW
MILAGROW HUMAN TECH
MRF
ROBERT BOSCH
ROX TRADING
SANMINA
SHREYAS HEALTHCARE
SNACK EXPERTS
SOCOMEC
SR(I) POWER TECH
STATLABS
STELLAR VALUE CHAIN SOLUTIONS
TECH MAHINDRA
THE ELLITIST
THERMAX
THINK &LEARN
THOUGHT FOCUS
VALEO
VALUED EPISTEMICS
VELMURUGAN INDUSTRIES
VEMBU TECHNOLOGIES
VKATION
WABCO

University Rank Holders

S.No. Name of the Student Year of Passing University Rank
1 Mr J.DAVID 2014 30th Rank
2 Mr JOE MIKE PRAKASH 2014 45th Rank
3 Mr JEYASEELAN 2015 31st Rank
4 Mr VINOD VIVIAN 2015 42nd Rank

Conferences/Seminars/Workshops

ORGANIZED
S.No. Name of the Event Date Chief Guest Organization
1 Overview on HVAC Equipment Options and Indoor Air Quality 2-06-2020 Mr. Maniventhan, Director Operations, ThermoFlux Systems Pvt Ltd Department of Mechanical Engineering, LICET in association with ISHRAE Chennai Chapter
2 Future Expectations on Quality in Manufacturing 11-06-2020 Mr.N.Lakshminarasimhan, General Manager-HR Brakes India Private Limited, Padi, Chennai – 50
3 Recent Trends in Power Plant Engineering 18-06-2020 Mr.K.Aravinth, Vice President – Proposals & Engineering ENMAS – EPC Power Projects Limited, Chennai
4 R&AC E-Quiz 26-06-2020 Mr James Deepak D & Mr Sathish E Department of Mechanical Engineering, LICET
5 3-07-2020 26-06-2020 Dr S.Sivasankaran, Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering, Qassim University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
6 Two day workshop on Refrigeration and Air conditioning 8-1-2019 &

9-1-2019

COE Lab

Mr.N.K.Rao

Regional Director

South India

Daikin Air conditioning India Private Limited
7 Two day workshop on Refrigeration and Air conditioning 21-09-2018 &

22-09-2018

COE Lab

Mr.Y.Ashok

Deputy Manager –

Customer Service

Daikin Air conditioning India Private Limited
8 Two day short term course on Casting Technology 28-11-2017 &

29-11-2017

Board Room

Mr. Shankar Das Valeo India Private Limited
9 International workshop on HVAC& R 19-09-2017

G 01

1.Dr.Sonny Sundaresan

2.Dr.M.P. Maiya

3.Mr.Chandrasekar

4.Mr.Sajeesh Kumar

5.Mr.V.K.Venkata Ramani

1.ASHRAE,USA

2.IIT Madras

3.DAIKIN

4.Carrier

5.Conasultant-Quality & Attitude

10 Two day short term course on Plastics engineering 21-11-2016 &

22-11-2016

F 11

Mr.N.Krishnamoorthy VALEO India Private Limited
11 Two day workshop on Automobile Styling and Design 12-09.2014 &

13-09-2014

G 01

Resource Person: IISC and IIT Delhi Alumni. Chief Resource Person: Head, Styling Division, Ashok Leyland, Chennai
12 Two week ISTE workshop on Engineering Mechanics 25-11-2013 to 05-12-2013

COE LAB

Prof.Dr.Mandar M Inamdar & Prof.Dr.Sauvik Banerjee. IIT BOMBAY.
13 Two week ISTE workshop on Engineering Thermodynamics 11-12-2012 to

21-12-2012

COE LAB

Professors from IIT Bombay IIT BOMBAY.

Guest Lectures

Year 2019-2020

S. No Date Title Of The Talk Guest Speaker Designation Company Audience
1 09-03-2020 “IC Engine Fuel Characteristics and its effect on Combustion”. Dr. Adhikesavan. AP,

Department of Mechanical

Engineering

College of Engineering, Gundy. II Year
2 10.2.2020 Tunnel Ventilation System Design for Metro Rail Mr Alisodai Velu President Elect- ISHRAE Chennai Chapter Consultant Engineer at Vahyu Consulting Engineers III Year
3 5.2.2020 Energy Conservation Mr. Anilkumar Director &Energy Auditor, Petroleum Conservation Research Association I Mech
4 29.1.2020 Statistical hypothesis Prof. Murugesan, Visiting Faculty LIBA II Mech B
5 22.1.2020 Statistical hypothesis Prof. Murugesan, Visiting Faculty LIBA. II Mech A
6 11.12.2019 Motivational Talk Dr David Raja (a) S.Rajan , Psychologist, Missionaries of Christ, Bangalore I Mech
7 22-08-2019 Composite Materials Dr.Ram Prabhu, Scientist-D, DRDO, Bangalore IV Mech
8 19-08-2019 Total Quality Management Prof. Murugesan Visiting Faculty LIBA IV Years
9 08-08-2019 Energy Conservation Mr. Anilkumar Director & Energy Auditor, Petroleum Conservation Research Association III YEAR
10 07-08-2019 CAD Software- Solid works Mr. P. Venkatasubramaniam Business Development Manager CADD Centre II YEAR MECHANICAL
11 06-08-2019 Career Opportunities in Railways Dr.Velu Rtd Senior Mechanical Engineer Indian Railways Final Year Mechanical Engineering Students
12 18-07-2019 CAD softwares (Introduction to Mechanical Design Softwares) Mr.Balaji, Manager, CADD India. II &III YEARS

Year 2018-2019

S. No Date Title Of The Talk Guest Speaker Designation Company Audience
1 19.2.2019 Find, Focus, Fulfill – Preparation for Industry Mr Patrick Priyadharshan,

 

Mechanics Engineer – M CAD, Valeo – GEEDS.

 

II & III years (Mechanical)
2 13.2.2019 Casting Mr Shankar Das Casting Expert for VALEO Group Valeo India Private Limited. II A & B,    143 students

 

3 28.1.2019 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing & Applications Mr S Sekar, Foundry and Engineering Consultant, III A & B

143 Students

4 23- 01-2019 Seminar on Overview of FEA Mr Karthic Sethuraman

 

Senior Engineering Manager, Comfort and Driving Assistance Valeo India Private limited.

 

III Years
5 22- 01-2019 Engineering Metallurgy Mr S Kesava Pillai, Metallurgist, M/s Amalgamation Repco Ltd. II A & B,         143 Students
6 9.01.2019 Plastic Engineering Mr N Krishnamoorthy,

 

Technical Manager and Plastics Expert,

 

Valeo India Private Limited. III A & B,
7 14-11-2018 Basics of Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Mr.Sonny Sundaresan CEO Sundaresan Consulting Services I Mech  A
8 12.10.2018 Grooming young minds- Introduction to corporate world Mr.Eregamani Head- TQM &TPM Carbrundum Universal Limited I Mech
9 14.09.2018 “The Theory of Constraints” Mr. Arulius Savio Industrial Engineer B l Braun Medical Pvt. Ltd. IV MECH
10 12.09.2018. “Energy Conservation” Mr. Anilkumar, Director, Energy Auditor Petroleum Conservation Research Association. IV year mech

 

 

 

 

11 10.09.2018 “Introduction to HVAC” Mr.Cibi Chakravarthi , ASHRAE BoG Member ASHRAE ASHRAE

Members

12 6-9-2018 3D Printing Mr. Kaveenthar K Founder & Managing Director Maker Global IV YEARS
13 03.09.2018 “Adaptability is the “KEY” Ms Charumathi Sukumaran

 

Human Resources Manager

 

Valeo GEEDS

 

I & III YEARS OF ALL THE DEPARTMENTS
14 16-02.2018 Cold Storage/ Chain Opportunities in India Mr.Ajit Pandalai Director Cold point Pvt ltd ISHRAE Student Chapter
15 10.08.2018 Maintenance Engineering Mr.S.Sekar Foundry & Engineering Consultant   IV MECH
16 18-07-2018 CREO & SOLIDWORKS Mr. P. Venkatasubramaniam Business Development Manager, CADD Centre II MECH

 

 

 

17 02.07.2018 Industry Expectations from Students/Fresh Engineers. Mr.Claudious Fernando Director WOORI Automotives. Mechanical Department

Upcoming Events

S.NO

EVENT

Topic

Tentatively planned 2019 & 2020

5

Guest Lecture

(i) DFMEA (Functional and Effective Risk Analysis)

(ii) Knowledge on Alternator and Automotive charging system

(iii) Function of Alternator Regulator and its interface with ECU

Nov – 2019

6

Guest Lecture

Clutch disc

Nov – 2019

7

Guest Lecture

Plastics Engineering & Simulation

Dec – 2019

8

Guest Lecture

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)

Dec – 2019

9

Guest Lecture

Multibody simulation

Jan – 2020

10

Guest Lecture

Structural simulation – Linear & Non Linear

Jan – 2020

11

Guest Lecture

Plastics Engineering & Simulation

Feb – 2020

12

Guest Lecture

NVH Simulation

Feb – 2020

13

Guest Lecture

CFD Simulation for Automotive

Mar – 2020

14

Guest Lecture

1. Design_optimization of power train system and Staic and Nonlinear simulation

2. Static Linear analysis

Mar – 2020

15

Guest Lecture

16

Guest Lecture

1. Linear & Nonlinear Simulation

2. Advance Nonlinear Simulation

3. Fatigue

4. Electronic Reliability

5. Vibration Simulation

Aug – 2019

17

Guest Lecture

1. Engineering Design

2. Composite Materials

3. Material Science for Automobile applications

Aug – 2019

18

Guest Lecture

Fatigue

Sept – 2020

19

Guest Lecture

Power Train System

Sept – 2020

Membership in Professional Bodies

1. ASHRAE – American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
2. SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers

Future Directions

  • To establish a research centre and promote patents
  • To start a PG program in Thermal/ Design Engineering
  • To promote consultancy work
  • To provide industry level training in HVAC and Automobile

Magazine and Newsletters

About Forge:

The Mechanical Department presents Forge, a quarterly mechanical newsletter that is exclusively dedicated to the Mechanical engineers of LICET. The ultimate aim is to refresh and rejuvenate the minds of the Engineers of the future. Ranging from automobiles to the latest technological advancements, FORGE gives a bird’s eye view of the world of Mechanical Engineering. The assortment includes automobile news, placement related articles, technological news, imminent personalities, department happenings and even an elite section for students to exhibit their innate talents, be it technical or non-technical. FORGE is a platter of knowledge that you would need if you were to lead the future of Mechanical Engineering.

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Events Reports

Event/Programme Date Report
“Guest Lecture on Statistical hypothesis” 22.02.2020 Download Here
“Guest Lecture on Statistical hypothesis” 22.02.2020 Download Here
Industrial Visit – Northern Chennai Thermal Power Station 11.02.2020 Download Here
Guest lecture on “Energy Conservation” 05.02.2020 Download Here
Industrial visit to Integral Coach Factory (ICF) 24.01.2020 Download Here
Licetronicles articles Oct 2019 11.10.2019 Download Here
Industrial visit to Carberundum Universal Limited (CUMI) 24.09.2019 Download Here
Activities MECH Dept Sep 2019 20.09.2019 Download Here
Activities MECH Dept July 2019 11.07.2019 Download Here
Guest Lecture – Composite Materials 22.08.2019 Download Here
Guest Lecture – Energy Conservation 08.08.2019 Download Here
Guest Lecture – CAD Software- Solid works 07.08.2019 Download Here
Guest Lecture – Career Opportunities in Railways 06.08.2019 Download Here
Guest Lecture – CAD Software 18.07.2019 Download Here
Team Turbonites 02.08.2018 to 04.08.2018 Download Here

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Head of the Department

Ms Queen Florence Mary

hodmech@licet.ac.in

Class Advisor Details

Mr. T R Paramasivam

paramasivam.tr@licet.ac.in
I st Year

Mr. Mohamed Aazif

aazif@licet.ac.in
II nd Year

Mr. Ezhil Ruban

ezhil.f@licet.ac.in
III rd Year

Mr. X Regis

regis.x@licet.ac.in
IV th Year

Dr.Godwin Raja Ebenezer N

godwinrajaebenezer@licet.ac.in
I st Year

Mr. Sathish E

sathish.e@licet.ac.in
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