AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The department of B.E Aeronautical Engineering established in 2006 has been in the venture of preparing enterprising engineers since its inception. A degree in aeronautical engineering will equip you with the requisite skills and knowledge that would support the work force and meet the emerging demands in the society. Real time exposure is provided in main areas namely Aerodynamics, Aircraft Structures and Propulsion Systems with the aid of industrial visits to various Defence / Aeronautical /Aerospace establishments have been planned as the part of curriculum. The students are encouraged and motivated to take part in ‘In plant Training Programs’, R&D training programs and Projects to groom the learners into an industry ready professional/ Institute Industry Interface.

A separate Aeronautical engineering Hanger has been established for executing routine maintenance, dismantling and assembly of aircraft components for two serviceable aircrafts. Periodical ground run (Engine test) is given for each aeronautical engineering student. On the successful completion of the program the learners will learn how to design, manufacture, maintain, operate and support all varieties of aerospace vehicles.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Intensive and interactive coaching classes
  • Transfer of knowledge from the professors who have hands on experience from industry academic and defence
  • The on campus training on software is extended to the students
  • Theoretical concepts are supplemented with practical knowledge through the workshops.

PROGRAM OFFERED

B.E. Aeronautical Engineering

VISION & MISSION

Vision

To establish into a recognized global leader in aeronautical engineering education through excellence in faculty, students, curriculum, laboratories and mutually beneficial partnership and to mould the students for becoming socially, intellectually and ethically responsible engineers towards meeting the expectations in the diverse work place.

Mission

To matriculate quality professional graduates through education in the disciplines and technologies pertaining to aviation industry and systems.

To offer essential technical, managerial and people skills to the students for making them industry ready professionals.

To promote research work and extensive learning through collaboration with the organizations for academic excellence and efficient contribution.

To instill in the learners the core values and principles for personal and professional growth.

INFRASTRUCTURE

List of Lab Facilities
AERODYNAMICS LABORATORY

Venturimeter

Orificemeter

Pipe friction apparatus

Subsonic Wind tunnel

Models

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES LAB

Universal Testing Machine

Beam test setup

Photo elastic apparatus

Channel section beam

Truss model and frame model

PROPULSION LABORATORY

Piston engines

Jet engines- engine model

Forced and Free convective apparatus

Free jet and Wall jet test setup

Ramjet Engine

2-D traverse in mechanism

AIRFRAME LABORATORY

Shear cutter pedestal type

Drilling machine

Pipe flaring tools

Welding machine

Bench vice

Glass fibre epoxy resin

Radius bend bar

AERO ENGINE LABORATORY

Piston Engines

Aero Jet Engines

Standard tools for dismantling and assembling

NDT equipment

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS LABORATORY

Serviceable aircraft with all systems

Spirit level

Leveling boards

Cable Tensiometer

Adjustable spirit level

Plumb bob

Hydraulic jacks( screw jack)

Trestle adjustable

AVIONICS LABORATORY

Adder/ subtract or binary bits kit

Timer kit

Encoder and Decoder kit

Multiplexer and De multiplexer kit

Cathode ray oscilloscope

Electronic design experiment

Microprocessor 8085 kit

16 channel AD convertor

Digital to analog convertor

    

STUDENTS PARTICIPATION

Our Students Have Participated In The Science Day Celebration Of Russian Centre For Science And Culture At Numgambakkam On 07.03.2016. They Ineteracted With The Scientist And They Cleared There Doubts.To Award The Young Russian Scientist Who Had Been To Space Twice.



Students along with Staff members visited INS RAJALI ARAKONNAM on 05.02.16

     

EVENTS ORGANIZED

  • Organized National Level Technical Symposium on 19.08.15
    Chief Guests:
  • Dr.Arul Jothi- Director of CVRDE (Combat Vehicle Research Development & Establishment)
  • Mr.M.Chandramouli - Group Captain Air force Station, Tambaram.
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  • Organized National level Technical Symposium (GRIFFINS’11) on 26TH August 2011. Chief Guest:
  • Dr. Chandrasekar.U from GTRE (Gas Turbine and Research Establishment), Bangalore
  • Prof. Dr. Nagarajan. From Hindustan University, Chennai
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  • Organized two days National Level workshop “RC Powered Glider”, on 20 and 21st of October 2012 in broad collaboration with Jet Wings, Bangalore.
  • Mr. S. Subramanya Sastri. Technical HR Lead in INFOTECH.Pvt.Ltd, Hyderabad
  • Mr. Madhan. Managing Director of Jet Wings, Bangalore

  • 2015 – National Level Technical Symposium (ASTROTIA’15) Chief Guest for the event
  • Dr. Ganesan.S – Chief Additional Director of CVRDE (Combat Vehicle Research Development and Establishment)
  • Mr. Gokul.D – Scientist SD of ISRO Sriharikotta.
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RESEARCH

With focuses in new aircraft fuels to reduce exhaust emissions and dependence on petroleum, new materials to make planes lighter and stronger, and new ways to apply human factors and technologies in the sky and on the ground to ensure safer and less expensive flights, the Department of Aeronautical Engineering is working towards a safer, more sustainable future of aviation.

Aeronautical Engineering Grants

  • Project 1 – Design, Testing And Fabrication Of Hexa Copter - Guided by R.K. Muthuraman, done by 1. Siva Prakash.S.V      2. Spurgen Sunder Singh.J      3. Sougath Ali.S       4. Ebenshroffe.M
  • Principal Investigator : Madha Engineering College & Jet Wings
  • Sponsor : Aeronautical Society of India
  • Department : Aeronautical Engineering
  • Amount Received : Rs.80,000/-
       

       

Can be used for inspection of power lines, oil rigs or wind turbines, law enforcement surveillance or military reconnaissance are very real-time and do not require much autonomy beyond simple GPS waypoint navigation and advanced surveillance, which may also allow automatic pin-pointing of sniper locations using sound triangulation.

ACHIVEMENTS

International journal publications

Baradeswaran, A.,Vettivel, S. C., Perumal, A. E., Selvakumar, N., & Issac, R. F. (2014). Experimental investigation on mechanical behaviour, modelling and optimization of wear parameters of B4C and graphite reinforced aluminium hybrid composites. Materials & Design, 63, pp.620-632, 2014. (IF 3.171).

Baradeswaran, A., and A. Elaya Perumal. "Effect of graphite on Tribological and mechanical properties of AA7075 composites." Tribology Transactions 58(1), (2014): 1-6. (IF 1.081).

Saravanan, I., Elaya Perumal, A., Vettivel, S.C., Selvakumar, N.,Baradeswaran, A.,Optimizing wear behaviour of TiN coated SS 316L against Ti alloy using response surface methodology, Materials and Design (2014), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2014.10.051 (IF 3.171).

Baradeswaran, A.and Elayaperumal, A. “Influence of B4C on the tribological and mechanical properties of Al 7075–B4C composites”, Composites: Part B, Vol.54, pp.146-152, 2013. (IF 2.143).

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Wear and Mechanical characteristics of AA 7075/graphite composites”. Composites Part B Volume 56, January 2014, Pages 472–476 ( IF 2.143).

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A., “Influence of graphite on wear properties of AA 7075/Al2O3/Graphite hybrid composite” Composites Part B, Volume 56, January 2014, Pages 464–471 ( IF 2.143).

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Wear Characteristics of Al 6061 reinforced with graphite under different loads and speeds” Advanced Materials research, Vol.287-290, pp.998-1002, 2011.( IF .158)

Baradeswaran, A., Elayaperumal, A. and Davim J. P. “Effect of B4C on Mechanical properties and Tribological behaviour of AA 6061 - B4C Composites” Journal of the Balkan Tribology Association. Vol. 19, No 2, pp.239-248, 2013. (IF 0.318)

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “A Review on the State of art of Wear characteristics of aluminium alloy metal matrix composites” Journal of the Balkan Tribology Association, Vol. 19, No.2, pp.165-177, 2013.(IF 0.383)

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Effect of Graphite Content on Tribological behaviour of Aluminium alloy - Graphite Composite” European journal of Scientific Research, Vol.53, No. 2, pp.163-172, 2011.

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Mechanical and Tribological Behaviour of graphite reinforced aluminium metal matrix composites” Journal of the Balkan Tribology Association, Vol. 19, No.3, pp.354-364, 2013.(IF 0.318).

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “A Statistical Analysis of Optimization of Wear Behaviour of Al-Al2O3 Composites Using Taguchi Technique”. Journal of procedica Engineering, Elsevier. 2013.(IF .253)

Baradeswaran, A. and Elayaperumal, A. “Effect of B4C on Mechanical and Wear properties of Al 6061- B4C composites- Journal of the Balkan Tribological Association. Accepted.

Mohamed Abbas S and Baradeswaran A. “Performance Analysis on Stitched and Un-Stitched Fibre Glass-Epoxy Laminates”,tJournal of Production Technology and Management Research. Vol.2,pp 55-60,2011.

Baradeswaran A, Joshua Selvakumar L, Padma Priya.R. “Reconstruction of Images into 3D Models using CAD Techniques” European Journal of Applied Engineering and Scientific Research. Vol.3 (1), pp 1-8, 2014.

Baradeswaran A., Padma Priya R. and Arulselvi A. “Optimization of gears by using finite element analysis” European Journal of Applied Engineering and Scientific Research. Vol.3 (4), pp 1-8, 2014.

Baradeswaran A., Arulselvi A.Padma Priya R. Chandramohan E “Thermal Stress analysis of Electronic component in Plastic Moulding Process” Accepted.

International Conferences

Baradeswaran, A., Elaya Perumal, A., Anil Kumar, M. and Karthikeyan, S. “Statistical modeling on wear behavior of fabricated AA6061-graphite composite”, 4th International conference on Recent advances in Composite materials ICRACM 2013, Goa.

Baradeswaran, A., Elaya Perumal, A. and Franklin Issac, R. “A Statistical analysis of optimization of wear behaviour of Al-Al2O3 composites using Taguchi technique”, International Conference on Design and Manufacturing, IConDM 2013.

Saravanan R, Pugazhenthi R. and Baradeswaran A. (2009), “Process Improvement through Mechanization- A Case Study”, Proc. of 3rd International Conference on "Impact of Economic Crisis in Global Business Scenario" (INCON'09), Sri Sai Ram Institute of Management Studies (SIMS). Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Saravanan R., Baradeswaran A. and Dr Raju R. (2007), “Drastic Setup time Reduction Through Single Minute Exchange of Die System- a case study”, Proc. of International Conf. on Emerging Challenges in Design and Manufacturing Technologies, Sathyabama University, Chennai. Vol.1. pp-112-116.

Saravanan I, Elaya perumal A and Baradeswaran A (2014), “Bio tribological Properties of Tin deposited SS316L against polymer bio composites” American Canadian Conference for Academic Disciplines (Toronto: 19-22 May 2014)

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National Conferences

Baradesawaran A and Saravanan R. (2008), “Optimization of Gears by using FEM”, Proc. of National Conf. on Advancements in Manufacturing and Management Systems, Sri Sai Ram Engineering College, Chennai. Tamil Nadu.

Saravanan R., Pugalzhenthi R. and Baradeswaran A. (2011), “Parameter Optimization in Drilling Holes on the Brittle Materials”, Proc. of National Conf. on Emerging trends in Design and Manufacturing (ETDM-2011), Saveetha Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. P-40.

Saravanan R., Pugalzhenthi R. and Baradeswaran A. (2011), “Industrial Automation by lowcost Robots – an Experience”, Proc. of National Conf. on Emerging trends in Design and Manufacturing (ETDM-2011), Saveetha Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. P-41.

Mohamed Abbas, S. Bardeswaran, A, and Saravanan R. (2011), “Performance Analysis on Cross – Stitched and Un – Stitched fiber Glass – epoxy Laminates”, Proc. of National Conf. on Recent Advaces in Mechanical Sciences (RAMS‟11), Madha Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. p-32.

Manikandan R, Baradeswaran A, and Saravanan R (2011), “Effects and Analysis of Hybrid Composite Joints”, Proc. of National Conf. on Recent Advaces in Mechanical Sciences (RAMS‟11), Madha Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. p-33.

Chandramohan P.E., Baradeswaran A., and Saravanan R (2011), “Design and Analysis of Foam Door”, Proc. of National Conf. on Recent Advaces in Mechanical Sciences (RAMS‟11), Madha Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. p-34.

Chandramohan P.E., Baradeswaran A., and Saravanan R (2011), “Design and optimization of Composite Wheel Rim for Tata Sumo”, Proc. of National Conf. on Recent Advaces in Mechanical Sciences (RAMS”11), Madha Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. p-34.

Saravanan R., Baradeswaran A. and Dr. Raju R (2008), “Manufacturing Excellence through Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED) System”, National Conf. on Emerging trends in Engineering and Technology, Raja Rajeshwari Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. P.9.

Baradeswaran A (2005), “CFD analysis on variable helical inlet port for a six cylinder engine”, YC youth conference -PSG Tech , Coimbatore.

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

  • B.Kaleeswaran of batch 2008-12 got 28th University Rank.
  • M.Durgalakshmi of batch 2007-11 got 23rdUniversity Rank.
  • P.Neeraja and J.Vimalraj got YUVA ENGINEERS award for the paper “Variable Area Nozzle by using Shape memory alloys and actuators”.
  • Paper presented on “Noise Reduced in Penta copter by modulated blade spacing changing” by M.Ashok Kumar and V.Aravind.
  • Paper presented on “Optical Design of aerofoil with high aspect ratio in unmanned Ariel vehicles” by P.Neeraja and J.Vimalraj.
  • Paper Presented on Helicopter Theory by S.Lingeshwaran and S.Mohideen Abdul kadar.
  • Paper presented on Computational investigation on a flat plate with anti cross flow impingement structure for different span wise arrangement by P.Neeraja and J.Vimalraj.

HIGHER STUDIES

The students are pursuing their post graduation degree in abroad Universities:-

(a). University of Hertfordshire (b). Crank field University (c). Polymedrid University (d). Wichita University (e). Embrittle University (f). Auburn University (g). Texas University

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