Semester End Result Published for 5th & 7th Semesters                             


About Us

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was instituted in the year 2009. The department offers one UG program, (B.E. Mechanical Engineering) and one PG program, (M.E. Energy Engineering) and also recognized as a research centre. The programs are not only imparting technical expertise to the students but also are intended to give a professional experience. The students under the guidance of expert faculty members of different specializations have been engaging in researches in all the areas of Mechanical Engineering. The laboratories in the department are recognized as testing facilities in numerous areas. The Mechanical Engineering Department is eminent in terms of faculty, students and continues to lead and expand its activities in various directions such as Research, Product Development etc.,

Programmes offered

  • B.E. – Mechanical Engineering
  • M.E. – Energy Engineering

Vision & Mission

Vision :

To encourage individual and technical development of student community with noble spirit of service to the society and to aim the growth of student society to face the future world with the most modern technology and good leadership qualities.

Mission :
  • M1.Educate and Prepare the Mechanical Engineering Students as leadership professionals for Successful Job Careers.
  • M2.Providing knowledge and high quality education to prepare for higher studies at regional, national, and international reputed institutions
  • M3.To create & Produce engineering graduates who use knowledge as a powerful tool to satisfy the needs of industry and society.
  • M4.To impart knowledge in the fundamental principles of engineering and prepare them for research based technological services to drive social transformations.

PEOs,PSOs and POs


The graduates will be able

  • To prepare for successful careers in Indian and International Industries
  • To synthesize data and technical concepts for product design and development.
  • To work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects and inculcate entrepreneurial attitude.
  • Enhance the mathematical and scientific concepts necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems


The students will demonstrate the abilities in

  • Identifying, formulating and solving engineering problems in three core streams of Mechanical Engineering, i.e., design engineering, thermal & fluids engineering and manufacturing engineering
  • Designing, developing and testing an energy efficient system for required engineering applications with the Use of CAD/CAM/CAE/ Computational tools to solve engineering problems

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals with engineering specialization to form the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review 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 specified 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 modeling 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.


Engineering Practice Lab

The Engineering practices lab equipped with Surface plate, bench vice, Vertical bend saw machine, Wood turning lathe machine, Combo planner, Spindle moulding machine, Blade grinder, Treadle shearing machine, Adjustable circular saw machine, Jig saw machine, Welding Transformer.

Machine Shop

Machine shop equipped with the centre lathe, CNC production lathe, drilling machine, bench grinding machine, bench drilling machine, tool grinding machine, power hacksaw machine, turret lathe, and capston lathe.


CAD lab has been equipped with high-end software's like pro/engineer-wildfire, Ansys 8.0, Catia v-5, Collabcad, Solid edge, ideas and esprit, pro-desktop, auto cad mechanical 2004, with 120 latest computers in an air conditioned environment.

Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery lab equipped with the Venturimeter, Orificemeter and Rotameter Test Rig, Pipe Friction Apparatus, Centrifugal Pump, Submergible pump, reciprocating pump, Gear Oil Pump, Pelton turbine, Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine.

Special Machines Lab

Special machines workshop has equipped with the Turret and Capstan Lathe, Horizontal Milling Machine, Vertical Milling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine, Cylindrical Grinding Machine, Shaper, Slotter, Planner, Radial Drilling Machine.

Strength of Materials Lab:

Strength of Materials lab is equipped with Universal testing machine, Torsion Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Brinell Hardness Testing Machine, Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine, Spring Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscopes, Muffle Furness.

Dynamics Lab

Dynamics lab has equipped with the Slider Crank and Crank Rocker Mechanism, Kinematics of Universal Joints, Kinematics Gears, Gear Train Experimental Setup, Governors Experimental Setup, CAM - Experimental Setup, Motorized gyroscope, Whirling of Shaft, Balancing of Reciprocating Masses, Balancing of Rotating Masses, Determination of Moment of Inertia By Oscillation method, Vibration System - Spring Mass System.

Thermal Engineering Lab

Thermal engineering lab has equipped with Single Cylinder 4 -Stroke Diesel Engine, Single Cylinder 4 -Stroke Petrol Engine, Performance test rig & Retardation test rig, Morse test rig-on Multi cylinder petrol Engine, Heat Balance test rig - single cylinder 4 stroke diesel engine, Red Wood viscometer, Flash Point and Fire Point, Performance test rig - Multi cylinder reciprocating Air compressor, Centrifugal Blower, Steam Turbine with Boiler.

Mechatronics Lab

Heat Power Engineering Lab

Metrology & Measurement Lab


S.No Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation

M.E. - Energy Engineering

1 Dr.T.ELANGO B.E.,M.E., Ph.D Professor and Principal
2 Dr.K.RAJKUMAR B.E.,M.E., Ph.D Professor
3 B.PRAKASH B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
4 C.MADANRAJ B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor

B.E. - Mechanical Engineering

5 Dr.L.SELVARAJAN B.E.,M.E., Ph.D Professor
6 Dr.K.MURUGAN B.E.,M.E., Ph.D Assistant Professor
7 S.KANNAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
8 G.SENTHIL B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
9 M.MANIKANDAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
10 P.SADEESHKUMAR B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
11 S.SHANMUGA SUNDARAM B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
12 S.SANTHOSH B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
13 A.M.PRABULINGAM B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
14 R.SALEEM KHAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
15 G.BASKARAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
16 V.SANTHOSHKUMAR B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
17 E.SANKAR B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
18 P.MANIVANNAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
19 M.RAMASAMY B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
20 R.RAJKUMAR B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
21 T.GOWTHAMRAJ B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
22 M.KAPIL B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
23 M.SAKTHISARAVANAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
24 S.VEERAPANDI B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
25 A.MANIKANDAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
26 S.MUGILAN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
27 S.PRITHIVIRAJ B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
28 T. VIGNESH B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
29 A.GOWRISHANKAR B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor
30 C.ARUN B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor


S.No Name of the faculty No. of Publication
1 Dr. T. ELANGO 20
4 Dr. P. DHANAPAL 19
5 Dr. P. R. KANNAN 4
8 Mr. T. GANESAN 3
11 Mr. S. SRINATH 6
12 Mr. P. SHANKAR -
13 Mr. S. KANNAN -
14 Mr. G. SENTHIL -
15 Mr. S. KARTHICK 2
16 Mr. C. ARUN 2
21 Mr. S. SANTHOSH -
26 Mr. T. VIGNESH -
29 Mr. G. BASKARAN 2
33 Mr. V.NIVASH 7


S.No. Supporting Staff Name Qualification
1 Mr. A.Vijay B.E
2 Mr. N.Premanand DME
3 Mr. R.Hariharan DME


  • 500 students obtained certification through DANFOSS online exam.
  • 3 faculty members have been approved as research supervisor for guiding Ph.D/M.S. candidates.
  • Six faculty members are pursuing Ph.D. in the last three academic years 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18.
  • NPTEL Local Chapter is established for students and faculty members appearing for NPTEL courses online examinations
  • Each faculty is assigned a group of 15 to 20 Students, who acts as Faculty Advisor in mentoring them during their period of study in this institution.
  • Counseling of Students is done periodically by the Faculty Advisor.
  • Guest Lectures by experts from both academic and industrial areas are arranged regularly.
  • National / State level Symposiums / Conferences are organized
  • The Faculty Advisor interacts with the students about their activities, personality development, results, performance in unit tests, module test and model examination, etc for necessary action
  • Our Students have undergone Internship in various Government / reputed Private Industries / Organizations.
  • Our student’s project design contests have been intra/inter college active participating and bagging cash prizes.
  • All the students are undergoing skill development programmes like soft skills, communication skills, aptitude and logical reasoning , group discussions and technical interview skills


  • DANFOSS: More than 500 students appeared online certification courses our students and upon successful completion of training, certificates will be issued by Danfoss. Faculty members and students take up various courses offered and certified on successful completion of the courses.
  • CATIA: In this training will depute the trainer for special training for our CATIA students for special training regularly. Training programs are conducted continuously to our students and upon successful completion of training. Carrier openings on CATIA designing system industry are created and many students are placed in designing system related industries by utilizing the resources available at the centre of excellence.

Short term Courses

S.No. Name of the Short-Term Courses /Value-Added Courses
2 AutoCAD
7 CNC Programming
8 Automation & Robotics



The primary duties of any higher education institution are to carry out research and to demonstrate, dissemination of knowledge, and the nurturing students. In this front, Research is also the major focus at MAHENDRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in the current areas. At least one center of excellence in each department will be created to carry out cutting- edge technologies in research. Some of the research department in MAHENDRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY at present is given as follows:


Department of mechanical engineering, mahendra institute of technology is an anna university reorganized research center for the pursuing research in the field of mechanical engineering. The center is equipped with state - of – the - art machines such as vertical milling machines, horizontal machining center and other convention machines. Software such as Solid Works, Pro – E, ANSYS, and CATIA.

The center develops, evaluates are transfer technologies in the field of mechanical engineering. It has capabilities to check the mechanical properties of the components. To stregen the research, the center has signed MoU with some research organization. The focal areas of the center are alternate flues, IC- engines, heat transfer, foundry metallurgy, composites, welding and corrosion, refrigeration & air conditions

1. Dr.T.ELANGO ANNA UNIVERSITY Biodiesel, IC Engines, Heat Transfer, Thermal engineering
2. Dr.P.DHANAPAL ANNA UNIVERSITY foundry metallurgy, composites, welding and corrosion
3. Dr.AMOS ROBERT JAYACHANDRAN ANNA UNIVERSITY Thermal Engineering, Welding Technology, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning
4. Dr.l.SELVARAJAN ANNA UNIVERSITY EDM, Conductive Ceramic Composites, Optimization Techniques, Design of Experiments (Doe), Modeling and Regression Equation
1. Heat Transfer
2. Thermal Engineering
3. Biodiesel
4. IC Engines
5. welding Technology
6. Refrigeration and air conditioning
7. foundry metallurgy
8. composites
9. welding and corrosion
10 Modeling and Regression Equation ,EDM
LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS PURSING Ph.DS Name of the faculty university
1. Mr.N.Senthilkumar Anna university
2. Mr. T.Ganesan Anna university
3. Mr. M. Narasimharajan Anna university
4. Mr.S.Srinath Anna university
5. Mr.S.Karthick Anna university
6. Ms. K.Murugan Anna university
7. Ms. K. D.Ragunath Anna university
8. Mr.G.Senthil Anna university
9. Mr.S.Santhosh Anna university
10 Mr. B.Prakash Anna university
11. Mr.A.Gowrishankar Anna university

Dr. T. ELANGO, M.E, Ph.D, M.I.S.T.E, M.I.E.
  • T. Elango and T. Senthilkumar., Combustion and emission characteristics of a diesel engine fuelled with jatropha and diesel oil blends, Journal of Thermal Science, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 1205 – 1214, 2011. SCI impact factor 1.22
  • K. Nantha Gopal, T. Elango, Rayapati Subbarao, P.Baskar and K.Annamalai., Hydrogen Enriched Compressed Natural GAS (HCNG) – A Futuristic fuel for Internal Combustion Engines, Thermal Science, Vol. 15, No.4, 2011. SCI impact factor 1.22
  • K.Nantha Gopal, Arindam Pal, Sumit Sharma, Charan Samanchi, K. Sathyanarayanan, T. Elango, Investigation of emissions and combustion characteristics of a CI engine fueled with waste cooking oil methyl ester and diesel blends, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 53, pp 281–287, 2014. SCI impact factor 0.44
  • K. Velmurugan, W. Christraj, N. Kulasekharan and T. Elango., Performance Study of a Dual-Function Thermosyphon Solar Heating System, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Volume 41, Issue 5, pp 1835–1846, 2016. SCI impact factor 0.34
  • T. Elango and T. Senthilkumar., performance and emission characteristics of a CI engine fuelled with non edible vegetable oil and diesel blends, Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Volume 6(2), pp. 240 – 250, 2011. SCI impact factor 0.25
  • T. Elango and T. Senthilkumar., Effect of methyl esters of neem and diesel oil blends on the combustion and emission characteristics of a CI engine, ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Volume 5. No.10, pp. 80-85, 2010. SCI impact factor 0.2
  • T. Elango and T. Senthilkumar., Performance and exhaust emission characteristics of a diesel engine fuelled with pungamia methyl esters and diesel oil blends, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 3 (2), pp. 479 - 489, 2008.
  • R. Anand and T. Senthilkumar. T. Elango, The effect of Jatropha methyl ester and diesel blends on a CI engine, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 3 (4B), 716 - 726, 2008.
  • T. Elango and T. Senthilkumar., Combustion and emission characteristics of a diesel engine fuelled with methyl esters of mahua and diesel oil blends, Journal of Industrial Engineering & Technology, Volume 2, number 1, pp. 75 – 84, 2010.
  • P. Baskar T. Elango, and K.Nantha Gopal., The Effect of Two Oxygenates on Diesel Engine Emissions, Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol. 8, No.3, pp.55-60, 2011. SCI impact factor 0.2
  • U. Magarajan, R Thundilkaruppa Raj and T. Elango, Numerical Study on Heat Transfer of Internal Combustion Engine Cooling by Extended Fins Using CFD, Research Journal of Recent Sciences, Vol. 1(6), 32-37, pp 2277-2502, 2012
  • M. Mathiyazhagan, T. Elango, T. Senthilkumar and A. Ganapathi ., Assessment of fuel efficiency of neem biodiesel (Azadirachta indica) in a single cylinder diesel engine, International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy, Volume 9, Issue 3-4, pp 279-285, Inderscience Publishers Ltd, 2013. SCI impact factor 0.13
  • R. Thundil Karuppa Raj, Manoj Kumar S., Aby Mathew C. and T. Elango, Numerical analysis of helically coiled heat exchanger using CFD technique, ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, vol. 9, No. 3, 2014. SCI impact factor 0.2

Dr.P.DHANAPAL., M.E., Ph.D.,M.I.S.T.E.
  • P.Dhanapal and Dr.S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen “A study of the structure and properties of high-strength Bainite-carbide cast iron with globular graphite”, Metal Science and Heat treatment, Vol.53, Nos. 11-12, March, 2012, 578-583.
  • P.Dhanapal and Dr.S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen “Multi response optimization of carbidic austempered ductile iron production parameters using Taguchi technique”, Journal of scientific & industrial research, Vol. 70 pp 284-288, April 2011.
  • P.Dhanapal and Dr.S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen “Parameter optimization of carbidic austempered ductile iron using Taguchi technique”, Int. J. of Engg. Sci. and Tech., ISSN: 0975-5462, Vol. 2(8) pp 3473-3482, April 2010.
  • P.Dhanapal, Dr.S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen and A.Chandrasekar “Multi-Response Optimization of Carbidic Austempered Ductile Iron Production Parameters using Taguchi Method and Grey relational analysis”, J. Inst. Eng. India Ser. D. April 2012, Volume 93, Issue 1, pp 23–29[Springer].
  • P.Dhanapal, V.V.Arun Sankar, A.Syed Ibrahim, “Higher Temperature Corrosion Behavior of 304 Stainless Steel” International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118 No. 11 2018, 525-530.
  • P.Dhanapal, K.R. Mathevanan, M. Rahul Krishnan, R.Thennarasan, “Design and Analysis of Composite Helical Spring For Two Wheeler Shock Absorber” International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118 No. 11 2018, 549-555.
  • P. Dhanapal, K. Ramesh, K. Marimuthu, R. Dhinesh Kumar “Multi-Objective Optimization of CADI Production Parameters Using Grey Relational Analysis”, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), Volume 8, Issue 12, December 2017, pp. 509–518.
  • P.Dhanapal, E.Baburaj, P.Senthil, “Investigation on Influence of Machining Parameters on High Speed Face Milling of Hybrid (LM0-SiC-FlyAsh) Composite” International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118 No. 20 2018, 901-906.
  • P.Dhanapal, M.Raja Sankar, R.Manimaran, R.Velmurugan, “Experimental analysis on characteristics of Carbidic Austempered Ductile Iron” International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7 (2.8) (2018) 629-634.
  • P.Dhanapal, S.Vengadesh, S.Sankaran, S.Tamilkumaran, S. Naveen, “A review on design and fabrication of filament winding machine” International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118 No. 20 2018, 1549-1553.
  • P. Karunakaran, C. Jegadheesan, P. Dhanapal, P. Sengottuvel, “Sugar industry fly ash: an additive for molding sand to make aluminium castings”, Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals, May 2014, Volume 55, Issue 3, pp 247–253.
  • S.N.Vijayan, S.Sendhil Kumar, P.Dhanapal and K.Maharaja, “Performance analysis of solar assisted drying system”, Elixir International Journal, Vol. 63, (2013), pp 18107- 18109.
  • M. Makeshkumar, Dr.S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen and P.Dhanapal “Investigation on Micro-Alloyed Steels” International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and Technology, ISSN 2249 – 9954, Vol.3, No: 2, June 2012, pp 194-200.
  • P.Dhanapal and Dr.S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen “A study on the influence of heat treatment parameters on the wear resistance of alloyed austempered ductile iron” Indian Foundry Journal, ISSN 0379 – 5446, Vol.55, No: 3, March 2009, pp 32-38.
  • P.Dhanapal, V.Arunkumar, K.K.Satheeshkumar and Dr. S.S.Mohamed Nazirudeen “The influence of copper and molybdenum on the properties of austempering of ductile iron” National journal of Technology, ISSN – 0973-1334, Vol.5, No.2. June 2009, pp 46-53.

  • Amos Robert Jayachandran, J. and Murugan, N. “Investigations on the influence of surfacing process parameters over bead properties during stainless steel cladding”, Journal OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSESS,.Issue 1, Vol 27, PP 69-77,2012.
  • Amos Robert Jayachandran, J. and Murugan, N. “Development of an eco friendly surface modification process for 316L austenitic stainless steel weld cladding”, JOURNAL OF SURFACE ENGINEERING, Vol.28, No 1, PP. 5 – 10 , 2012.
  • Joseph, Amos Robert Jayachandran, J. and Dr N. Murugan, “Evaluation of residual stresses in dissimilar weld joints”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRESSURE VESSELS AND PIPING, Vol. 82, 2005, 700 to 705.
  • J. Amos Robert Jayachandran, J. N.Murugan and V.Gunaraj, Prediction and control of Weld Bead Geometry and shape relationships in Submerged Arc Welding of Pipes”, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, Vol.168, 2005, p 478 to 487.
  • K.Marimuthu J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan “Sensitivity Analysis of Process Parameters in PTA Hardfacing of valve seats using Response Surface Methodology” INT. JOURNAL OF MATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 2005, Vol.21, no.8, p 941 - 947.
  • T.Kannan J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Prediction of Ferrite Number of duplex stainless steel clad metals using RSM” WELDING JOURNAL, Vol.85, No.5, May 2006, pp 91s-100s.
  • J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Prediction of delta ferrite content and effects of welding process parameters in cladding by PTAW”, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, Vol. 21, 2006, 431- 438.
  • A.Joseph, J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, Evaluation of Residual Stresses in weld Joints of pipes using X-Ray Diffraction Technique, Journal of Nondestructive Testing & Evaluation, Vol.4 No.1, June 2005, p 31 to 38.
  • T.Kannan, J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Effect of PTAW process parameters on ferrite number in stainless steel weld claddings”, Indian Welding Society Journal, December 2004, Weld-2, Bead-1, pp 19-25.
  • P.K Palani, J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Optimization Of Weld Bead Geometry Of Stainless Steel Cladding By PTA Welding Using Excel Solver”, Indian Welding Society Journal, March 2005, Weld-2, Bead-2, pp 15-19.
  • J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Effects of welding parameters on PREN of duplex stainless steel clad metals”, Indian Welding Journal, July 2006, Vol. 39, No.3, pp 18 –23.
  • J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Application of Response surface Methodology for stainless steel clad quality prediction” Industrial Engineering Journal, Vol. 10, October 2006, pp 17-25.
  • J. Amos Robert Jayachandran and N.Murugan, “Modelling of heat input in stainless steel Cladding using Design of experiments” Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India) (Mechanical Engineering), Vol. 87,Jan. 2007, pp 28 .

  • Selvarajan L., C. Sathiya Narayanan and R.Jeyapaul (2014) “Optimization of Process Parameters to Improve Form and Orientation Tolerances in EDM of MoSi2-SiC Composites”. Materials and Manufacturing Processes. 30 (8): 954–960, 2015 (Annexure 1 - SCI-I.F-2.274)
  • Selvarajan L., C. Sathiya Narayanan and R.Jeyapaul (2015) “Optimization of EDM parameters on Machining Si3N4-TiN Composite for improving Circularity, Cylindricity and Perpendicularity”. Materials and Manufacturing Processes. Volume 31 (4): 405-412, (Annexure 1 - SCI-I.F-2.274).
  • Selvarajan L., C. Sathiya Narayanan, R. Jeyapaul, and M. Manohar (2016). “Optimization of EDM Process Parameters in Machining Si3N4-TiN conductive Ceramic Composites to improve Form and Orientation Tolerances”. Journal of Measurement. 92 (2016) 114–129 (Annexure 1 -SCI Impact Factor: 2.359)
  • Selvarajan L, M. Manohar and A Udhaya kumar and P. Dhinakaran (2016) “Modelling and experimental investigation of process parameters in EDM of Si3N4-TiN composites using GRA-RSM” Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology”. 30 (11) (2016) 1~12 (Annexure 1 -SCI Impact Factor: 1.128).
  • Selvarajan L, C.Sathiya Narayanan(2016) “Optimization of Rotary EDM Parameters on Machining of Si3N4-TiN Composite For improving Geometrical Tolerances” .Transactions of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering.
  • Selvarajan L., C. Sathiya Narayanan and R.Jeyapaul (2014) “Optimization of Machining Characteristics in EDM of Si3N4-TiN Composites by Taguchi Grey Relational Analysis”. In Applied Mechanics and Materials. vol. 592, pp. 600-604. 2014.
  • Selvarajan L., C. Sathiya Narayanan and R.Jeyapaul (2014) “Multi-Objective Optimization on Electric Discharge Machining Using by Grey Relational Analysis”. In Applied Mechanics and Materials. vol. 592, pp. 550-554. 2014.
  • Selvarajan L., C. Sathiya Narayanan, and R. Jeyapaul (2014). “Optimization of EDM Hole Drilling Parameters in Machining of MoSi2-SiC Intermetallic/Composites for Improving Geometrical Tolerances”. Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, Vol. 14, No. 4, 1–14, 2015.
  • Selvarajan L., Kumaresan G,ravind .R(2016) “Experimental Investigation on Rotary Electrical Discharge Machining(EDM) of EN-25 Material using copper electrode for improving Geometrical Errors” Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering.


S.No. Name of Organization Domain/ Area of Activity Contribution Activities & Outcome
1 Harita Techserv Limited Design Engineering Technical Training The training program in full time and for the five (5) months period. Upon completion of the training, Harita Techserv offers placement opportunity for selected students.
2 Coimbatore Industrial Infrastructure Association (COINDIA) CNC programming, quality control Technical Training COINDIA provide training in Quality and CNC Programming for the period of 15 days and the trained candidates will be placed in manufacturing companies.
3 Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training, Coimbatore Automation and Robotics. Technical Training Axis Global Institute provide training for our students and the trained student got placed in MNC companies.
4 Centre of Excellence in Manufacturing Sciences, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore Manufacturing Sciences Technical Training Centre of Excellence in Manufacturing Sciences provide knowledge on additive manufacturing students can actively participate in modern manufacturing contests easily


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mahendra Institute of Technology,
Salem- Thiruchengode Highway,
Mahendhirapuri, Mallasamudram,(west)
Namakkal – 637503.
Phone no:04288 -325777
E-Mail ID: