Department of Aeronautical Engineering

 

B.E. (Aeronauctical Engineering) Approved Strength

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60

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Aerospace industry is at the forefront of scientific and technological developments that make it one of the most diverse, technically advanced and exciting industries to work, today.

An Aeronautical degree can be your passport to a successful and rewarding career within the aerospace industry. An Aeronautical Engineering degree involves turning ideas into reality by applying the principles of science and technology to the research, design, manufacture and maintenance of highly sophisticated products such as aircrafts, Missiles and space satellites. As the Aeronautical Industry provides an environment for innovation, excellent career development along with technical and management routes, our programme is constantly updated with modern courseware and highly sophisticated lab facilities.

With the boom in air travel, the demand for highly sophisticated and skilled engineering professional far outstrips the demand. It is envisaged that this will continue far into the new millennium, ensuring that employment prospects remain buoyant.

HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT
FACULTY LIST
Name
Designation
Area of Specialisation
Photo
Mr. G. Balaji, M.E.,(Ph.D).,
Asst. Professor (SE.G) & H.o.D. i/c
Aerodynamics , Aircraft Structures

Mr. K.Elamvaluthi, B.E.,

Asst. Professor

Aero Engine Maintenance

Mr. G. Sakthivel, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Aerospace Propulsion,Themodyanmics
Mr. D. Sukumar, B.E., (M.E.,)
Asst. Professor
Aerodynamics , Composites Materials
Mr. N. Prathap, M.E., (Ph.D).,
Asst. Professor
Avionics
Mr. M.S. Prasath, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Computational Fluid Dyanmics
Mr. T .Subash, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Aircraft Design , Composite Materials
Ms. M. Anitha, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Aerodynamics,Propulsion
Ms. P. Moniha, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Aircraft Structures,Composite Materials
Mr. R. Rajesh, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Aerodynamics
Mr. P. Vivek, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Aerodyanmics,Propulsion
Mr.T. Kumarasan, M.Tech.,
Asst. Professor
Propulsion , Fluid Mechanics
Ms. V. Chathurvedi, M.E.,
Asst. Professor
Propulsion,Aircraft Performance,Composite Materials

LABORATORIES

 

AERODYNAMICS LABORATORY: Consist of

  • Subsonic wind tunnel.
  • Helesaw apparatus.

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES LABORATORY: Consist of

  • Unsymmetrical bending of beam.
  • Combined loading setup.
  • Constant strength beam.
  • Wagner beam setup.
  • Strain gauge with indicator.
  • Utm extensometer.
  • Shear test setup.
  • Experimental set up for deflection of beam.
  • Column testing apparatus.

PROPULSION LABORATORY: Consist of

  • Free jet / wall jet apparatus
  • Propeller performance test set up
  • Free convective/forced convective apparatus
  • Cascade test set up

AERO ENGINE REPAIR LABORATORY: Consist of

  • AVON Turbojet engine
  • DART Turboprop engine.
  • Propeller test set up.

PHOTO GALLERY

 
Cessna 150 Two seater
Cessna 150 Two seater with instruments
Avon Rolls-royce Jet Engine
 
DARTMARK 514.7 Turboprop Engine
 
Cascade test set up
 
Free jet / wall jet apparatus
 
Free convective/forced convective apparatus
 
Propeller performance test set up
 
MIG Welding
 
TIG Welding
 
Shear test setup
 
Combined loading setup
 
Column testing apparatus
 
Wagner beam setup
Unsymmetrical bending of beam
Subsonic Wind Tunnel (Aerodynamics Lab)
Last Modified Date :22-07-2015

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