The student´s body of ASME in our college still acts as an eye-opener to many aspiring mechanical engineers to lay proper path to their dreams. We also keep them excited and enchanted by conducting various events. Now our fellow members are striving for more knowledge and update in their very own mechanical stream.
A newsletter is a regularly distributed publication that is generally about one main topic of interest to its subscribers. Here is the First Newsletter of our college by Department of Mechanical Engineering & ASME student chapter jointly presenting “Brain Waves-The Mechanical Newsletter” was launched on 23rd July 2014 by our beloved Director Dr.N.Marie Wilson in presence of our principal Dr.V.Kannan and Head of the department Dr.T.Venkatamuni.
ASME was started with a mission statement of “To serve diverse global communities by advancing, disseminating and applying engineering knowledge for improving the quality of life; and communicating the excitement of engineering”. ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists, ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 130,000 members in 158 countries. Thirty thousands of these members are students.
Regarding to our college this was our first initiative from the department for providing an outsource activity that could be knowledge inspiring was the ASME. ASME being the best activity managed resource provides all the budding mechanical engineers with all the events and conference going all around the world. Being a onetime investment that is easily reachable, this society offers all the updates in the field right into the hands of the members. It makes one feel that being a body of it is sufficient for knowing all the recent trends and facilities that´s making its feat. Altogether, it is the best place for a mechanical engineer to rest his head.
ASME strategically aligns its programs and initiatives to focus on three main organizational priorities – energy, engineering workforce development and global impact – in an effort to provide relevant knowledge-based resources to the broad spectrum of ASME members and constituents.
ASME codes and standards cover engineering disciplines ranging from hand tools and elevators to bioprocess equipment and piping systems. In general, ASME standards provide guidelines, procedures, and recommended practices for designing, operating, maintaining, and testing equipment and systems.
Proposed activities for the Academic year 2015-2016 Even semester
▪ NEWSLETTER RELEASE VOLUME II ISSUE III
▪ TECH CONNEXTION
▪ GROUP DICUSSION
▪ POSTER MAKING
▪ NEWSLETTER RELEASE VOLUME II ISSUE IV
And quarterly release of ASME newsletter volume II Issue I & II.
Numerous intercollege occasions were also conducted during the academic year 2015-16 namely :
● Line Follower Robot
● Robo Soccer
● Line Tracer Robot
● Robo Remains
● Robo Genere
● Electromagnetic Robo
● Soil Mining Robo
★ Learn to Design and Build 7 different kinds of robots involving concepts from Sensor Based Autonomous Robotics, Soil Mining Robotics, Robo Soccer and Gesture Based Robotics.
★ Well-structured program that spans from basics to advanced robotics.
★ Develop live working Robotics Projects.
★ Complete Kit and software resources provided to participants.
★ Encourages participants to think and come up with new designs.
The Robotics Centre awarded the course completion certificate after the final examination of various projects submitted by the students.
Best Project Award
Best Fabrication Award
Fastest Fabrication Award
|DATE||NAME OF THE STUDENT||DEPT||COLLEGE/PLACE||EVENT||PRIZE/PLACE|
|15.02.17 to 18.02.17||Ramanathan A R||ECE||Anna University Guindy||Crusaders(Manual Robot)||Participated|
|08.03.17||Sonali B,Elamathi Kamali T,Swetha M||CSE||Agni college of Engineering||Line Follower||Participated|
|03.03.16 to 05.03.16||Vishal J,Abimanyou,Vignesh,|
Natarajan R,David Lanington Koliraj L,
Karthik Shaaran S,Vignesh S,Swathy K,
Esther Florence P,Charathraaj L,Barkavi R,Anand S,Vinoth Kumar K,
Gogulnath M,Jangan Paran Kumar
|MIT Academy of Engineering||ABU ROBOCON 2016||Participated|
|05.03.15 to 07.03.15||G.Vaidhyanathan,B.Kishore,V.Kiruthika,|
D.Steephan Pradeep Raj,M.Maria Franklin Jerome,J.Charrath Raaj J,
D.C.Gokula Priya,Usha Nandhini M,J.Vishal,
Saranya M,Raja Kiruthika R,Vishal John S,
Deepak B,Narayana Moorthy V,AkilanDeshwaran M,
Jaral Mohamed H, Rohan M,Divya P,
Fazlees, Anathi Reetha R,Gayathri B,
Betsy,Sweetlin M, Swetha H,
Gajalakshmi S, Vignesh S,G.Fenelin,
Ramya K,Lesly Jacob Mathew
|MIT Academy of Engineering||ROBOCON 2015||Participated|
|06.03.14 to 08.03.14||G.Vaidhyanathan,B.Kishore,V.Kiruthika,|
D.Steephan Pradeep Raj
|MECH,CSE||MIT Academy of Engineering, Pune, Doordarshan, India||ROBOCON 2014||Participated|
|10.8.13||V.Ashly Stephen,John Joel Kirubakaran,|
M.Vignesh,S.Arul kumaran, Sam Prince Daniel
|MECH||South Indian Robo Champian League(ICF)||SOIL MINING ROBO||1st place|
|MECH||South Indian Robo Champian League(ICF)||SOIL MINING ROBO||3rd place|
|10.8.13||Gopalakrishnan, Ashly Stephen||MECH||South Indian Robo Champian League(ICF)||Robo Soccer||Participation Certificate|
|10.8.13||Nithya.M, Nidhie.R, Ranganayaki.N, Nithya Jeevanand||EEE,IT,ECE||South Indian Robo Champian League(ICF)||Electromagnetic ROBO||Participation Certificate|
|10.8.13||Poornima.V, yamini.S, Krithika.V||CSE,IT||South Indian Robo Champian League(ICF)||Line Tracer||Participation Certificate|
|17.8.13||Vaidhyanathan||MECH||Sairam Institute of Technology||Line Follower||Participation Certificate|
|21.8.13||P.Sudhakr, Ganesh Ram, Vignesh.M, Shakul Ahameed||ECE||Saveetha Engineering College||Line Tracer||Participation Certificate|
|31.8.13||Sam Prince Daniel, GopalaKrishnan,Ashely Stephen||Mechanical||Prathyusha Institute of Technology||Robo Remains||Participation Certificate|
|4.9.13||Sam Prince Daniel, GopalaKrishnan,Ashely Stephen, Chellappan, Jagadeesan.K, Arul kumaran.S||MECH||SaiRam Engineering college||Robo Remains||Participation Certificate|
Nidhie, Nithya jeevanand, Ranganayaki, Nithya.M
|Sri Krishna Engineering College, Coimbatore||Line Tracer||Participation Certificate|
|7.9.13 ||Vaidhyanathan, Arul kumaran||MECH||Sri Krishna Engineering College, Coimbatore||Line Tracer||Participation Certificate|
▸ Understanding the application of various sensors and integration with Microcontrollers.
▸ Exposure to Mobile Communication.
▸ Understanding of Accelerometer sensors.
▸ Introduction to Swarm Intelligence and its implementation in Robotics.
▸ Understanding the structure and programming of Microcontrollers.
▸ Live testing and competition of robots.
The following kit would be given to the participants
|Labs' Robotics Development Board||Microcontroller||All ICs and IC Holders|
|DC Motors||Wheels||IR Sensors|
|DTMF decoder module||Audio jack||Accelerometer Sensors|
|RF Tx-Rx Module||Programming Cable||12 V Battery|
|Chassis||Digital Multi Meter||Working Tools|
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