About the Department

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines that apply engineering physics, engineering mathematics and material science principles to design, analyze, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2009 with an annual intake of 60 students.We have well established and modernized laboratories with latest technologies to enrich the knowledge of our students. We have a separate department library for the reference of faculty and students. We have well qualified and dedicated faculty members to guide the students to develop their technical skills. The periodic maintenance activities of our lab assistants keep machineries fit and in good working condition.

Vision & Mission

Vision

  • To develop qualified mechanical engineers to compete with evolving industrial challenges.

Mission

  • To impart quality education by best teaching techniques.
  • To enhance employability skills through training programs.
  • To develop alliances with global industries to cognize prevailing technologies.
  • To provide direction on lifelong learning for constructive career.

PEO & PSO

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering curriculum is designed to impart knowledge, skill and attitude on the graduates to

  • Have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and allied industries.
  • Have expertise in the areas of Design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing.
  • Contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices.
  • Practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.
  • Adapt evolving technologies through life-long learning.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

At the end of the program students will be able to

  • Apply engineering knowledge in design & analysis tools to solve the real time problems in the areas of structural, thermal and fluid mechanics.
  • Acquire knowledge and undertake or execute projects in the area of modern materials and automobiles.

HoD Profile

Dr. T. Malaichamy,  Professor  &  Head,  Department of Mechanical Engineering, NPRCET,  Natham, has done his Ph. D in the area of selective assembly in manufacturing in Anna University, Chennai. He had completed his B.E. Mechanical Engineering in Thiagarajar College of Engineering , Madurai, and ME CAD/CAM in RVS College of Engineering and Technology,  Dindigul.

He has more than sixteen years of teaching experience in various Institutions and teaches undergraduate courses in Engineering Graphics, Engineering Mechanics, Manufacturing technology, Automobile Engineering, Design of Transmission systems and kinematics of machinery. He was a member in various committees such as Project Review Committee (UG) and Department Review Committee, has also worked as a NPTEL coordinator. He is currently working as Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, at NPR College of Engineering and Technology. He has published many papers in reputed journals and in National and International Conferences.

 

 

Prof. Dr T.Malaichamy

Email Id: malaichamyt@nprcolleges.org

Contact No:9442258930

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COURSE OUT COME REGULATION 2013

 

PROGRAMME:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2016-17

SEMESTER:  01

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(The students should be able to)

Knowledge Level

 

1

I / I

HS6151 - Technical English I

C101.1

Explain clearly, confidently, comprehensibly, and communicate with one or many listeners using appropriate communicative strategies.

K2

C101.2

Construct cohesively and coherently and flawlessly avoiding grammatical errors, using a wide vocabulary range, organizing their ideas logically on a topic.

K6

C101.3

Organize different genres of texts adopting various reading strategies.

K6

C101.4

Distinguish and comprehend different spoken discourses/excerpts in different accents.

K2

C101.5

Listen to different accents, speeches and presentations.

K2

2

I / I

MA6151 - Mathematics I

C102.1

Learn a clear idea of matrix algebra pertaining Eigen values and Eigen vectors in addition dealing with quadratic forms. 

K2

C102.2

Learn infinite series and their convergence and acquire the knowledge of with limitations of using infinite series approximations for solutions arising in mathematical modelling.

K2

C102.3

Understand and characterize phenomena which evolve around circle of curvature and envelope.

K2

C102.4

Extend the function of a one variable to several variables. Multivariable functions of real variables arise inevitable in engineering.

K2

C102.5

Exposed to double and triple integration so that they can handle integrals of higher order which are applied in engineering field.

K3

3

I / I

PH6151 - Engineering Physics I

C103.1

Classify the Bravais lattices, and different types of crystal structures & growth techniques.

K1

C103.2

Demonstrate the properties of elasticity and heat transfer of objects.

K2

C103.3

Explain Black body Radiation and properties of matter waves and Schrodinger wave equations.

K3

C103.4

Illustrate the acoustic requirements, production and application of ultrasonic.

K1

C103.5

Examine the characteristics of laser and optical fiber.

K2

4

I / I

CY6151 - Engineering Chemistry I

C104.1

Classify the polymers and their utility in the industries and describe the techniques of polymerization and properties of polymers.

K1

C104.2

Relate various thermodynamic functions such as enthalpy, entropy, free energy and their importance and equilibrium constants and its significance.

K2

C104.3

Explain the photo physical processes such as fluorescence and phosphorescence and various components of UV and IR spectrophotometer.

K1

C104.4

Illustrate the phase transitions of one component and two component systems and the types of alloys and their applications in industries.

K3

C104.5

Outline the synthesis, characteristics and the applications of nano materials.

K1

5

I / I

GE6151- Computer Programming

C105.1

Elaborate the organization of digital computer and design the solution for simple computing problems using algorithm, flowchart and pseudo code.

K6

C105.2

Apply the different looping structure to solve simple scientific and statistical problems.

K3

C105.3

Devise the solutions for simple problems using arrays and strings

K6

C105.4

Demonstrate the usage of dynamic memory allocation and pointer variables.

K3

C105.5

Illustrate the concepts of structure and union with an example programs.

K4

6

I / I

GE6152- Engineering Graphics

C106.1

Sketch the conic sections, special curves, and draw orthographic views from pictorial views and models.

K4

C106.2

Apply the principles of orthographic projections of points in all quadrants, lines and planes in first quadrant.

K3

C106.3

Sketch the projections of simple solids like prisms, pyramids, cylinder and cone and obtain the traces of plane figures.

K4

C106.4

Practice the sectional views of solids like cube, prisms, pyramids, cylinders & cones and extend its lateral surfaces

K3

C106.5

Sketch the perspective projection of simple solids, truncated prisms, pyramids, cone and cylinders and sketch the isometric projection of simple machine parts.

K4

7

I / I

GE6161- Computer Practices Laboratory

C107.1

Describe the usage of office automation tools

K1

C107.2

Apply the good programming methods for program development.

K3

C107.3

Design and implement the C program for simple application

K4

C107.4

Develop and implement the recursive programs

K4

C107.5

Implement the C program with the help of Structures and Union

K5

8

I / I

GE6162 - Engineering Practices Laboratory

C108.1

Construct Electrical and Electronic circuits.

K6

C108.2

Examine different types of electronic circuits and components.

K3

C108.3

Recognize electrical safety rules, grounding, general house wiring.

K6

C108.4

Explore soldering practices.

K3

9

I / I

GE6163 - Physics And Chemistry Laboratory - I

C109.1

Apply physics principles of optics and thermal physics to evaluate engineering properties of materials.

K3

C109.2

Perform the quantitative chemical analysis of chloride and dissolved oxygen.

K5

C109.3

Determine the amount of acids by using the instruments of conductivity meter and pH meter.

K5

 

PROGRAMME:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2016-17

SEMESTER:  02

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(The students should be able to)

Knowledge Level

 

1

I / II

HS6251 - Technical English II

C110.1

Speak convincingly, express their opinions clearly, initiate a discussion, negotiate, argue using appropriate communicative strategies..

K2

C110.2

Write effectively and persuasively and produce different types of writing such as narration, description, exposition and argument as well as creative, critical, analytical and evaluative writing.

K5

C110.3

Read different genres of texts, infer implied meanings and critically analyse and evaluate them for ideas as well as for method of presentation.

K1

C110.4

Listen/view and comprehend different spoken excerpts critically and infer unspoken and implied meanings.

K2

C110.5

Read and write effectively for a variety of professional and social settings

K2

2

I / II

 

MA6251 - Mathematics II

C111.1

Solve ordinary differential equations that model most of the engineering problems  .

K3

C111.2

Acquainted with the concepts of vector calculus-like Gradient, Divergence, Curl, Directional derivative, Irrotational vector and Solenoidal vector. The course gives an understanding of Vector integration, needed for problems in all engineering disciplines.

K2

C111.3

Make to appreciate the purpose of using transforms to create new domain in which it is easier to handle the problem that is being investigated.

K6

C111.4

Develop an understanding of the standard techniques of complex variable and mapping so as to enable the student to apply them with confidence, in application areas such as heat conduction, elasticity, fluid dynamics and flow of electric current .

K4

C111.5

Exposed to the concept of Cauchy’s integral theorem, Taylor and Laurent expansions, Singular points, Application of residue theorem to evaluate complex integrals.

K3

3

I / II

 

PH6251 - Engineering Physics II

C112.1

Illustrate Classical and Quantum free electron theory& calculate carrier concentration in metals.

K2

C112.2

Describe the carrier concentration in semiconductors and identify the P-type & N-type semiconductor using Hall Effect.

K2

C112.3

Classify the different types of magnetic and superconducting materials

K2

C112.4

Explain the dielectrics, types of polarization, losses and breakdowns

K2

C112.5

Discuss the properties, preparation and applications of Metallic Alloys, SMA, Nanomaterials, NLO, and Biomaterials.

K2

4

I / II

 

CY6251 - Engineering Chemistry II

C113.1

Describe the methods of polymerization, types, properties and uses of polymers.

K1

C113.2

Design the electro chemical cells and to identify the types of corrosion and the methods of prevention

K2

C113.3

Illustrate the methods of harnessing energy from non-conventional energy sources.

K2

C113.4

 Classify various engineering materials and their important.

K1

C113.5

Relate the significance of solid, liquid and gaseous fuel and to calculate the calorific values of fuels and the requirement of air for combustion in furnaces.

K3.

5

I / II

 

GE6252 Basic Electrical And Electronics Engineering

C114.1

Understand the electrical circuit and their working principles

K2

C114.2

 Identify the electrical components of a machines and their applications

K2

C114.3

Explain the characteristics of the electrical machines

K2

C114.4

Identify the digital electronics circuits and their components

K2

C114.5

Explain the fundamentals of communication systems

K2

6

I / II

 

GE6253 - Engineering Mechanics

C115.1

Iilustrate the vectorial and scalar representation of forces and moments

K2

C115.2

Analyse the rigid body in equilibrium

K3

C115.3

Evaluate the properties of surfaces and solids

K4

C115.4

Calculate dynamic forces exerted in rigid body

K3

C115.5

Determine the friction and the effects by the laws of friction

K3

7

I / II

 

GE6262 - Physics And Chemistry Laboratory - II

C116.1

Ability to test materials by using their knowledge of applied physics principles in optics and properties of matter.

K5

C116.2

Determine the hardness, alkalinity and metal ion content in the water samples by volumetric titration.

K5

C116.3

Estimate the water quality parameters by potentiometer, conductometer and flame photometer.

K2

8

I / II

 

GE6261 - Computed Aided Drafting and Modelling Laboratory

C117.1

  Use the software packers for drafting and modeling

K3

C117.2

Draw the plan of residential building and simple steel structures with the different types of joints as per the design calculations.

K3

C117.3

Create 2D and 3D models of Engineering Components

K5

 

PROGRAMME: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2017-2018

SEMESTER:  03

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

( The students should be able to)

Knowledge Level

 

1

II / III

MA6351 - Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

C201.1

Solve Linear Partial differential equations of first and second order.

K3

C201.2

Associate the concepts of Fourier series expansion for even and odd functions.

K2

C201.3

Apply the concepts of Fourier series in solving boundary value problems.

K3

C201.4

Discuss the Fourier transform, Fourier Sine and Cosine transform techniques.

K2

C201.5

Discuss the concepts of Z-Transform techniques for discrete time systems.

K2

2

II / III

 

CE6306 -  Strength of Materials

C202.1

Describe the mechanical behavior of materials under stress with axial load, thermal load and compute the principal stress and principal strain by Mohr’s circle.

K1

C202.2

Calculate the shear force and bending moment for the different types of beams with various types of loading condition

K4

C202.3

Use the concept of deflection of beams by various methods

K2

C202.4

Explain the concept of torsional behavior of materials with various configuration and also combine the deflection and torsional behavior of helical springs, carriage springs

K2

C202.5

Apply the biaxial state of stress concept on thin and thick cylinders

K3

3

II / III

 

ME6301 - Engineering Thermodynamics

C202.1

Describe the mechanical behavior of materials under stress with axial load, thermal load and compute the principal stress and principal strain by Mohr’s circle.

K1

C202.2

Calculate the shear force and bending moment for the different types of beams with various types of loading condition

K4

C202.3

Use the concept of deflection of beams by various methods

K2

C202.4

Explain the concept of torsional behavior of materials with various configuration and also combine the deflection and torsional behavior of helical springs, carriage springs

K2

C202.5

Apply the biaxial state of stress concept on thin and thick cylinders

K3

4

II / III

 

CE6451 - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

C204.1

Apply mathematical knowledge to predict the properties and characteristics of a fluid.

K3

C204.2

Analyze and calculate major and minor losses associated with pipe flow in piping networks.

K4

C204.3

Mathematically predict the nature of physical quantities

K4

C204.4

Critically analyze the performance of pumps

K3

C204.5

Critically analyze the performance of turbines

K3

5

II / III

 

ME6302 - Manufacturing Technology - I

C205.1

Describe special casting processes and sand testing methods

K1

C205.2

Differentiate the various welding process and its application

K2

C205.3

Classify the hot working and cold working operation and its rolling defect

K4

C205.4

Explain sheet metal characteristics and various special forming processes

K2

C205.5

Compare thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic and its manufacturing methods

K2

6

II / III

 

EE6351 -  Electrical Drives and Controls

C206.1

Explain the elements of electrical drives

K2

C206.2

Outline drive motor characteristics

K2

C206.3

Summarize the starting method of DC and AC motors

K2

C206.4

Illustrate the conventional speed control of DC and AC drives

K2

C206.5

Infer the concepts of Solid State speed Control of DC and AC drives

K2

7

II / III

 

ME6311(L) - Manufacturing Technology Laboratory - I

C207(L).1

 Perform the taper turning operation for a given specification.

K1

C207(L).2

Perform thread cutting operation as per the diagrams and compare with standard thread gauges.

K2

C207(L).3

 Calculate the eccentricity value for the required stroke length and practice eccentricity turning operation in a lathe.

K3

C207(L).4

 Produce square head using shaper machine as per given drawing and estimate the machining time.

K5

C207(L).5

Calculate the material removal rate and perform Hexagonal head shaping on a given cylindrical work piece as per given drawing.

K4

8

II / III

 

CE6461(L) - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory

C208(L).1

Measure the discharge of fluid flow in a pipe by using different flow measurement devices

K5

C208(L).2

Calculate the energy losses of friction in a pipe flow for various flow conditions

K4

C208(L).3

Perform the characteristics of positive displacement and dynamic pumps

K4

C208(L).4

 Determine the efficiency of impulse and reaction turbine in various load conditions

K3

C208(L).5

Compare the performance characteristics of pumps and turbines

K2

9

II / III

EE6365(L) - Electrical Engineering Laboratory

C209(L).1

Determine the load characteristics of various DC motors and Generators

K2

C209(L).2

Draw the equivalent circuit of transformer

K2

C209(L).3

Predetermine the voltage regulation of an alternator

K3

C209(L).4

Sketch the characteristics of three phase synchronous and induction motors

K2

C209(L).5

Differentiate various types of D.C. and A.C. motor starters

K4

 

PROGRAMME: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2018-2019

SEMESTER:  04

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(The students should be able to )

Knowledge Level

 

1

II / IV

MA6452 Statistics and Numerical Methods

C210.1

Test the Hypothesis in various decision making problems.

K3

C210.2

Apply the design of experiments techniques in various engineering problems.

K3

C210.3

Apply the numerical techniques to find approximate solution of linear system of equations and to find dominant Eigen value.

K3

C210.4

Interpret the data and find the approximate value of the Integrals using different numerical techniques.

K2

C210.5

Find numerical solutions of initial value problems of ordinary differential equations.

K3

2

II / IV

ME6401 - Kinematics of Machinery

C211.1

Apply the fundamental principle of kinematics in various parts of the machine.

K3

C211.2

Determine the velocity and acceleration of simple and complex mechanisms.

K3

C211.3

Draw the cam profile layouts and determine velocity and acceleration of cams.

K3

C211.4

Identify the types of gears and determine the nomenclature of various gear and gear trains.

K1

C211.5

Compute the fundamentals of friction and solve the problems in belt drive, brakes, clutch, bearings and screw jacks.

K5

3

II / IV

ME6402 - Manufacturing Technology– II

C212.1

Explain the theory of metal cutting processes.

K2

C212.2

Describe the different types of turning machines used for metal cutting.

K1

C212.3

Discuss the construction and working principle of shaper, milling and gear cutting machines.

K2

C212.4

Explain different types of broaching machines and grinding machines.

K2

C212.5

Demonstrate the programming in CNC lathe and CNC milling machines.

K4

4

II / IV

ME6403 -  Engineering Materials and Metallurgy

C213.1

Discuss about the Iron-Carbon Equilibrium Phase Diagram for understanding different Phases

K2

C213.2

Apply the various heat treatment process in order improve the mechanical properties.

K3

C213.3

Explain the various types of steel, cast iron and Strengthening Mechanisms.

K2

C213.4

Classify the various types of Non-Metallic materials with application.

K3

C213.5

Explain the various Mechanical testing methods for a Metallic and Non-metallic materials.

K2

5

II / IV

 

GE6351 - Environmental Science and Engineering

C214.1

Understand the importance of public awareness on environment and nature of biodiversity.

K1

C214.2

Know about the various causes, effect and control measures of environmental pollution.

K2

C214.3

Comprehend the human development that leads to environmental disasters, the value of natural resources and their conservation.

K4

C214.4

Recognize the value of public participation in environmental protection, Environmental Management and Legislation Acts and sustainable development.

K2

C214.5

Learn the problems related to population and their remedial measures.

K2

6

II / IV

ME6404 Thermal Engineering

C215.1

Compare the performance characteristics of various gas power cycles under same working limits.

K4

C215.2

Demonstrate the working principle of internal combustion engine and its components  for the optimum performance

K2

C215.3

Calculate the performance parameters of steam nozzle and turbine under various  working conditions

K4

C215.4

Determine the various efficiencies of positive displacement compressors at constant  pressure ratio

K3