Mechanical Engineering Department

Award & Honor

Sr. No. Name of the students Competition / Awards Award Won Year
Awards
1 Sushil Madhav Ghughe selected by Narrottam Sekhsaria-Foundation in Top 3 engineering talent of the year from all branches of 13 best Engineering colleges in Mumbai which included stiff competition from students of prestigious institutions like IIT bombay ,ICT Mumbai , VJTI etc. 50,000 INR 2014
2 Siddhart Nishar CAT
XAT
NMAT
GMAT
99.96%ile
99.99%ile
100%ile
780 / 800
2014
3 Nilay Saraf, Devenjan Roy, Siddarth Iyer,Pranav Suvarna of B.E. Mechanical National Student ISHRAE Design Competition 50,000 INR 2012 - 13
4 Swati Suryanwanshi
Kiran Khandekar
Sixth BRYAIR Awards, New Delhi First Prize 2011
5 Saquib Shaikh
Parin Khona
Avinash Tiwari
BRYAIR Awards, New Delhi Special Jury Mention Prize 2011
6 Supriya Patade
Shrikant Kande
Snehal Pawar
Fourth BRYAIR Awards, New Delhi First Prize worth Rs. 1 Lac 2011
7 Lalaram Singh
Rakesh Gupta
National Quiz At ACREX At Bengaluru Winners 2012
8 Lalaram Singh
Rakesh Gupta
selected by Narrottam Sekhsaria-Foundation in Top 3 engineering talent of the year from all branches of 13 best Engineering colleges in Mumbai which included stiff competition from students of prestigious institutions like IIT bombay ,ICT Mumbai , VJTI etc. 50,000 INR 15th Nov 2103
        To
22nd Nov 2013
9 Sagar Shinde Nirav Modi Foundation Scholrship Awarded 2012 -13
10 Devenjan Roy (B.E.Mech) Area of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 5000 INR (ISHRAE Awards) 2012
11 Swapnil Shetty Area of Thermodynamics 2000 INR (ISHRAE Awards) 2012
12 S. Arvind Raghavan Stood First in MTech at IITB Silver Medal 2012 - 13
13 Moresh Wankhede (Mechanical 2006) ASME International Gas Turbine Institute Young Engineer Award 2013
14 Kaustubh Potnis Reliance Best Graduate Engineer Trainee 2013
15 Rakesh Gupta National Student Design Competition by ISHRAE Participation 2011-12
16 Rakesh Gupta Quiz competition by ISHRAE ACREX INDIA Winner in Finals February 2012
17 Rakesh Gupta Showroom Campaign in National Education Training Program Contribution and Certificate of contribution 2011
18 Rakesh Gupta ISHRAE Quiz League an Intercollegiate Quiz contest Winner in Finals 2012
Personal Achievements
1 Sushil Ghuge Shivajirao S. Jondhale College of Engineering Stood first in intercollegiate paper presentation. For presenting paper on 'Value Stream Mapping' 23rd Feb, 2013
2 Dhawal Vartak Environmental Science and Engineering Association - IITB Stood third in National level paper presentation in AIEEE event held at IIT Bombay 2013.For presenting third best paper on topic of 'Blue Energy' 16th March, 2013
3 Anil Pandey (B.E. Mechanical) Annual Training Camp Six Maharashtra Battalion NCC Mumbai (Army Wing) Best Anchor, Best Volunteer & best Calligraphic handwriting December 2013
4 Pratik Baldota, Priyank Gajiwala, Nikhil Kotassthane Selected in University of Michigan Annarbour GRE - TOEFL 2012
5 Dhruv Phadke SAE / BAJA Competition Got Placed in General Motors 2012
6 Mukund Lahoti SAE / BAJA Competition Got Placed in Cummins India, Pune 2012
Students pursuing Higher Education at Following Reputed Universities in the US.
1 University Of Michigan At Ann Arbor
University Of Illinois At Urbana Champaign
University Of Florida At Gainesville
Carnegie Mellon University
Competitive Examination

Sr. No. Name of the student Name of Exam Achievement/ Score Date
1 Mr. Kunal R. Gupta TOEFL 111 10.04.2013
GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 27.09.2013
157 165 4.0
2 Miss Aishwarya S. Soparkar TOEFL 109 20.10.2013
GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 9.19.2013
152 163 4.0
3 Miss. Neha Deshmukh GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 7.15.2013
155 159 4.0
4 Mr. Chaitanya Kadakia GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 8.02.2013
153 163 4.0
5 Mr. Tejas Padalkar PGDM Got admitted into 48th batch of PGDM at IIM Calcutta 20.04.2011
6 Mr. Misra Erle S. GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 10.10.2011
159 169 4.0
Got an admission in the department of MRSD at The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University 20.02.2012
7 Mr. Ganesh Vaidyanath GATE Marks Score AIR 15.03.2012
64/100 710 551
Was called for admission procedure of IITB 13.06.2012
8 Mr. Manat Singh GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 09.01.2010
650 800 4.0
Got an admission in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan 13.05.2011
9 Mr. Mayur Chaudhari GATE Marks Score AIR 15.03.2012
59.33 659 950
Was called for admission procedure of IITB 19.07.2012
10 Mr. Vishal Pasalkar BAJA SAEINDIA 2011 Appointed as trainee engineer with ARAI 10.02.2011
11 Mr. Aditya Nair GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 12.08.2010
610 780 3.5
Got an admission in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan 12.05.2011
12 Mr. Bharat Ramesh Chaudhari GATE Marks Score AIR 15.03.2012
49 547 2785
13 Mr. Sudin Kadam GATE Marks Score AIR 15.03.2012
65.67 728 444
Was called for admission procedure of IITB 29.05.2012
14 Mr. Shiba Biswal GRE Got an admission in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Arizona State University. 15.03.2012
15 Mr. Pratik Sadashiv GRE Got an admission for MS in ‘Automation and Robotics’, Technische Universität Dortmund 31.05.2012
16 Miss Rucha Bedarkar MS Got MS degree in Mechanical Engineering, from the University of Margland. Year of 2012
17 Mr. Dattaraj B. Dhuri Qualifying exam for PhD Pursuing PhD at Tata Institute for Fundamental Research. In progress
18 Mr. Praviraj S. Pithe GATE Marks Score AIR 15.03.2012
51 569 2296
Pursuing M. Tech at IITB.
19 Miss Diana Sunny CAT Score Percentile 12.11.2011
277/450 98.73
20 Mr. Ketan B. Watkar TOEFL 102 9.11.2013
GRE Verbal Quantitative Analytical 24.10.2013
143 168 3.0

ROBOCON

Robocon( short for Robotics Contest) is organized by Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, a collection of over 20 countries of Asia Pacific region. NHK, Japan had already been organizing such contests at national level and also became the host of the first ABU-Roboconin 2002. Since then, every year one of the member broadcasters hosts this international event. The broadcasters of each participant country are responsible for conduct of their national contests to select the team which will represent their country in the International contest. Teams from engineering and technological colleges are eligible for participation. Participating teams are expected to design and fabricate their own robots and organize their teams including an instructor, team leader, manual robot operator and an automatic robot operator.

SUPRA

" SPCE TEAM STOOD 5TH AMONG 271 COLLEGE IN THE VIRTUAL EVENT OF SUPRA COMPETITION ORGANIZED IN THE YEAR 2013 "

Sr. No. Name of Workshop Date Name of faculty
1 Virtual SUPRA Event 19/09/2013 To 20/09/2013 TEAM SPCE RACING
2 Seminar and Workshop on Vehicle Dynamics :Students Class CAEXpert Training Programs 14/10/2013 To 16/10/2013 TEAM SPCE RACING

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  • SAE/BAJA

    Achievements :

    1) SPCE racing stood 3rd in SUPRA SAE INDIA 2011
    2) SPCE racing won the Technical Innovation Award in the very first year of its participation in BAJA SAE INDIA 2010
    3) SPCE racing has been consistently placed in the Top 5 In Acceleration Event in BAJA SAE INDIA (3rd in 2012 and 5th in 2013)

    Sr. No. Name of Workshop Date Name of faculty
    1 Faculty Leadership Development Programme 21/06/2013 To 22/06/2013 Prof.Sudharkar Umale

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  • MESA

    MESA ACTIVITIES

    Sr. No. Activity Organizing Body Date
    1 ANNUAL TECHNICAL FESTIVAL
    “TORQUE-2013”
    SPCE March 2013
    2 BLOOD DONATION CAMP with BOMBAY HOSPITAL 23rd Jan 2013
    3 BONE MARROW TESTING CAMP with BOMBAY HOSPITAL 9th April 2013
    4 TECHNOLOGY DAY With SPCE 31st August 2012
    5 AWARENESS IN MARINE ENGINEERING Institute of Maritime Studies Vasco-da-Gama, Goa. 24th January 2014
    6 BONE MARROW REGISTRATION CAMP In Association with Marrow Donation Registry India 9th April 2014
    7 TEACHER'S DAY CELEBRATION With SPCE 5th September 2014
    8 AUTOSTROKE In Collaboration with Codex Design 23rd-25th January 2015
    9 PHYSICS UTSAV 2015 BARC Mumbai 28th February 2015
    10 BLOOD DONATION CAMP SPCE & Red Cross Society, Fort Mumbai. 19th March 2015
    11 AQUILA WORKSHOP SSAE INDIA AERO VJTI CLUB 11th-12th April 2015
    MESA Magzine
    2014-2015 2012-2013

    ISHARE

    OFFICE HOLDERS FOR 2011-2012
    ISHRAE President Rakesh Gupta (BE Mech)
    General Secretary Devanjan Roy (TE Mech)
    Treasurer Siddharth Iyer (TE Mech)
    Sr. No. Name of Workshop Date Name of faculty
    1 Virtual SUPRA Event 19/09/2013 To 20/09/2013 TEAM SPCE RACING
    2 Seminar and Workshop on Vehicle Dynamics :Students Class CAEXpert Training Programs 14/10/2013 To 16/10/2013 TEAM SPCE RACING
    3 Jamboore

    Conferences

    REPORT OF SPICON2012

    International Conference on “Recent advances in Engineering, Technology and Management”

    31st May – 2nd June 2012

    Sardar Patel College of Engineering is celebrating its Golden Jubilee in the year 2012. As a Golden Jubilee Year Celebration, Institution has organized its First International Conference SPICON2012on “Recent advances in Engineering, Technology and Management” from 31st May – 2nd June 2012. The conference was organized by Civil Engineering Department and Mechanical Engineering Department. The Members of organsing Committee were

    Chief Patron                                                : Dr. M. L. Shrikant

    Patron                                                          : Dr. P.H. Sawant

    Chairman                                                     : Dr. A. V. Bhonsale

    Coordinator Civil Engineering                    : Dr. A. R. Kambekar

    Coordinator Mechanical Engineering        : Dr. S.B. Rane

    The Inaugural function was made successful by the Gracious presence of our chief guest Dr. Abhay Wagh, Dy. Secretary, Ministry of Higher and Technical Education, Govt of Maharashtra & the Guest of Honour Dr. J.V.N. Rao, former Principal of SPCE.

    The Key Note addresses were given by Prof. S. L. Dhingra (IITB Mumbai) & Prof. M. C. Deo (IITB Mumbai). In Mechanical Engineering Stream, Key Note address was given by Dr. B.M. Dabade, Director, SGGSIET, Nanded.

    A special lecture was given By Dr. K. G. Narayankhedkar, Former Director of VJTI, Mumbai

    Total 127 papers were received in the Mechanical section and 58 were selected for the presentation. Total 73 participants were registered.

    In the Civil engineering section 101 papers were presented.

    The valedictory function was made successful by the gracious presence of our Chief Guest Dr. R.P. Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, SOA University, Orissa and the Guest of Honor Dr. S.S. Mantha, Chairman, AICTE ,New Delhi.

    The Conference coordinators Dr. A.R. Kambekar from Civil Engg. Department and Dr. S.B. Rane from Mechanical Engg. Department thank sincerely to all, who helped directly and indirectly in organizing this conference and making it as a successful event.

     

    Dr.Mantha S.S. ,Chairman, AICTE addressing the conference Delegates
    The conference Proceedings unveil ceremony conducted by Dr. Abhay Wagh ,[Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Higher and Technical Education , MS.] , Dr. J. V.N Rao [Former Principal, SPCE ] and Conference Committee Members
    SPICON Report Presentation by Dr. Kambekar, Coordinator SPICON2012 Civil Engineering
    SPICON Report Presentation by Dr. S. B .Rane Coordinator SPICON2012 Mechanical Engineering
    Felicitation Ceremony of Dr. Abhay Wagh, ,[Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Higher and Technical Education , MS.] by Dr. P .H. Sawant Principal, SPCE
    Felicitation ceremony of Dr. P. H. Sawant , Principal , SPCE by Dr. S. B. Rane Coordinator SPICON2012 Mech
    Felicitation Ceremony of Dr. S. G. Chitale, Former Principal, B.V. Bhavan’s College by Dr.Kambekar, Coordinator of SPICON 2012 Civil

    Courses Conducted

    Sr.No. Title of the Course In Association With Date Co-ordinator
    From To
    1 DFMA-Efficient Product Design Cost Conscious Manufacture D-ESPAT CHENNAI 18-05-2015 22-05-2015 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    2 Piping Engineering AKER SOLUTIONS MUMBAI 11-05-2015 15-05-2015 Dr. Nilesh Raykar
    3 CNC Programming GODREJ MUMBAI 07-05-2015 08-05-2015 Mr. Luis Dias
                  &
    Mr. Nilesh Kelkar
    4 AQUILA Workshop SAE INDIA AERO VJTI CLUB 11-04-2015 12-04-2015 Prof. Megha Janbandhu
    5 MIS Training Workshop NPIU 26-03-2015 27-03-2015 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    6 AUTOSTROKE Workshop Codex Design 23-01-2015 25-01-2015 Prof. Megha Janbandhu
    7 Advance Pressure Vessel Design and Analysis L & T 26-05-2014 30-05-2014 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    8 Advance Course on Excel For Engineers Shirsh Design Solutions 14-09-2013 15-09-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    9 PLC programming
    Christiani & Sharpline
    20-09-2013 22-09-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    10 PLC programming 27-09-2013 29-09-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar and Prof. Sachin Vankar
    11 Training Program on ANSYS CFD & ANSYS Introductory Shirsh Design Solutions 28-08-2013 31-08-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    12 Training on AUTOCAD ECIL Ltd. 01-10-2013 31-10-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    13 Industry-Institue-Meet SPCE 29-10-13 29-10-13 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    15 Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) DESIGNTECH SYSTEMS LTD. AND SIEMENS 21-03-13 21-03-13 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    16 Reverse Engineering and Product Development DESIGN CONSULTANCY SERVICES (DSC) AND PARAMETRIC TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION (PTC) 22-03-13 22-03-13 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    17 Web Based Management Information System (WBMIS) SPCE 24-04-12 26-04-12 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    18 CFD Software Training on " ANSYS Fluent 12.0 " SPCE 26-12-11 06-01-12 Dr. R.S.Maurya
    19 CFD fundamental & Software Training SPCE 05-07-10 16-07-10 Dr. Kalamkar
    20 CFD fundamental & Software Training SPCE 04-07-11 15-07-11 Dr. R.S.Maurya
    Sr. No. Title of the Course Duration Year Sponsors Co-ordinator
    1 Recent developments in Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineering One Day National Seminar In February 1995 DTE, MS Dr. P. V. NATU
    2 Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning 2 Week course in Dec. 1996 SPCE Dr. P. V. NATU
    3 Winter school on ‘Total Quality Management 2 Week course in March 1998 ISTE Dr. A.V. Bhonsale
    4 Emerging trends in Dimensional Metrology And Statistical Process Control One Day Seminar January 1999 SPCE Dr. A.V. Bhonsale
    5 Winter school on ‘Object oriented programming in C++ and Java’ 5 Week course in Nov. – Dec. 2000 DTE, MS Dr. G.T. Thampi
    6 Winter school on 'Teaching object oriented programming and data structure' 3 Week course in Nov. - Dec. 2001 DTE, MS Dr. G.T. Thampi
    7 Enabling Technologies & Technology Driven Practices for Accentuating Value Chain Management May 09 – June 04, 2005 (4 weeks) ISTE Dr. G.T. Thampi

    Letcures Delivered

    Sr.no. Title of Lecture Delivered at Branch/Class Delivered by Date
    1 "Lean Six Sigma in Supply Chain" Sinhgad College of Engg. Pune STTP on Supply Chain & Operations Management -2015 Dr.S.B.Rane 03/06/15
    2 "Lean Project Management" Thakur College of Engineering and Technology, Mumbai Third year Mechanical Engineering Dr.S.B.Rane 01/08/14
    3 "Importance of CFD its scope and Applications" D.J. Sanghvi college of Engg. Mumbai SAE student Chapter of Mech . Dept. Dr.R.S.Maurya 12/02/14
    4 "I.C.Engines" M.H.Saboo Siddik Polytechnic, Mumbai B.E.(Mechanical) Prof.S.S.Umale 15/02/14
    5 "Virtual Manufacturing" Saraswati College of Engg. Navi Mumbai ISTE approved STTP Dr.R.B.Buktar 20/12/13

    Expert Lecture 2016

    Sr. No. Name of Expert Title Of The Expert Lecture Company Concerned Faculty Date
    1 Dr. Rajesh S. Patel Lasers for Precision Industrial Micromachining Spectra Physics, USA Dr. Nilesh Raykar 16-09-2015
    2 Dr. Praful Phadke Design of Heat Exchanger L.V.Diesels Dr. S.S.Umale 20-10-2015
    3 Dr. Praful Phadke Burner Design L.V.Diesels Dr. S.S.Umale 21-10-2015
    4 Mr. Shantanu Prabhune Design of Component with composite material Larsen & Toubro Prof. D.N.Jadhav 29-10-2015
    5 Mr. Girish Savant Role of Design Engineer in Heavy Engineering Industry Larsen & Toubro Dr. Nilesh Raykar 30-10-2015
    6 Dr. Rakesh Mote Technical Paper Writing IITB Prof. Megha Janbandhu 22-02-2016
    7 Mr. Shrey Mahajan VRF Systems Fujitsu Prof. Kunal Bhavsar 08-03-2016
    8 Mr. Suyog Shinde Fracture Mechanics: Concepts and Applications in Pressure Vessel Larsen & Toubro Prof. D.N.Jadhav 12-04-2016
    9 Dr. P. C. Sehgal Innovations in Mumbai local design MRVC 29-03-2016
    10 Prof. K. S. Arvindkumar Introducing to sheetmetal stamping & forming processes Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering Prof. Haseen Shaikh 25-04-2016
    11 Mr. Amol Sakhalkar Microcontroller Digel System 26-07-2015
    12 Mr. Shriprasad Durugkar Vibration Application Larsen & Toubro Prof. Sachin Vankar 28-04-2016
    13 Mr. Pankaj Israni Valve Selection for Piping Engineers Aker Solutions Dr. N. R. Raykar 26-04-2016

    Expert Lecture 2015

    Sr.No. Name Of The Expert Title Of The Expert Lecture Company Concerned Faculty Date Class
    1 Mr.Amol Sakhalkar Mechatronix Digel Systems, Mumbai Prof.Vankar 28/07/2014 T.E. Mechanical
    2 Mr.Ujjwal Rane Epicyclic gear train and clutches Bentley Systems Prof. Megha Janbandhu 20/08/2014 T.E. Mechanical
    3 Mr.Saurabh Parikh Project Risk Management President, PMI Mumbai Chapter Dr.S.B.Rane 26/08/2014 B.E. Mechanical
    4 Mr.Sachin Shrotri Digital manufacturing Tata Technologies Dr.R.B.Buktar 28/08/2014 M.E. Mechanical
    5 Mrs. Ushma Lalan IC-55 Elect. Engg. Dept. SPCE Prof.Prathamesh Potdar 05/10/2014 S.E. Mechanical
    6 Mrs. Matilda Mary Microprocessor & Micro Controller Elect.EnggDept.SPCE Prof.Prathamesh Potdar 10/10/2014 S.E. Mechanical
    7 Mrs. Anupa Sabnis Microprocessor & Micro Controller Elect.EnggDept.SPCE Prof.Prathamesh Potdar 15/09/2014 S.E. Mechanical
    8 Mr. Praful Phadke Gear Trains LV Diesels Ltd. Prof. Megha Janbandhu 23/01/2015 T.E. Mechanical
    9 Mr.Pranav Robotics Reality or Dream PHI-ROBOTICS Prof.Vankar 30/01/2015 Interdisciplinary
    10 Dr.A.K.Bhatt Proactive Attitude- Self Management. Free Lancer Dr.R.S.Maurya & Prof.D.N.Jadhav 16/03/2015 M.E. Mechanical(Machine Design)
    11 Mr.Suyog Shinde Fracture Mechanics L&T Mumbai Prof.D.N.Jadhav 31/03/2015 M.E. Mechanical(Machine Design)

    Expert Lecture 2014

    Sr.No Name Of The Expert Title Of The Expert Lecture Company Concerned Faculty Date Class
    1 Rahul S.Deshak Lean Manufacturing BOSCH, Nashik Plant Dr.R.B.Buktar 03/03/14 B.E. Mechanical
    2 Dattatreya Sharma Artificial Intelligence Guru Prevails,Banglore Dr.R.B.Buktar 03/03/14 B.E. Mechanical
    3 Mr.Bhavesh Mehta Sustainaible Building Reliance Power, Dahanu Prof.Kunal Bhavsar 06/03/14 S.E . & T.E Mech
    4 Mr.Rajesh Barighat Piping & Plant Engg. L&T,Mumbai Dr.R.S.Maurya 06/03/14 M.E.Thermal
    5 Mr. Sachin Khanderajuri Pressure vessel design and analysis L&T,Mumbai Prof.D.N.Jadhav 25/03/2014 M.E (M/C Design)
    6 Mr. Keshav Shankar and Mr. R. Dipali Design of pumping systems AKER Solutions Dr.Nilesh Raykar 15/04/2014 T.E. (Mech), Sem VI
    7 Mr. Murali Mohan, Mr. Prateek Pabalkar and Ms. Aishwarya Chaudhari Design of heat exchangers AKER Solutions Prof.S.S.Umale 16/04/2014 T.E. (Mech), Sem VI
    8 Prof Dr. S. K. Maiti, Theoretical overview of finite elements employed in structural analysis IIT Bombay Prof.D.N.Jadhav 17/04/2014 M.E. (Mech), Sem II
    9 Prof Dr. S. K. Maiti, Application of finite element method to the problems of fracture mechanics IIT Bombay Prof.D.N.Jadhav 17/04/2014 M.E. (Mech), Sem II
    10 Mrunal Shaldar Design for Assembly SSA, Techknowlogies Pvt,Ltd Dr.R.B.Buktar 23/04/2014 B.E. Mechanical
    11 Dr Prafull Phadke Common rail direct injection system of diesel engine L.V.Diesels Prof S S Umale 11/02/2014 T.E. Mechanical
    12 Mr.Gajanan Sadekar Design of heat exchanger L& T powai Prof S S Umale 12/02/2014 M.E. Mechanical Thermal Engg
    13 Mr.Satish Bendre Supply chain management Johnson & Johnson Dr.S B Rane 13/02/2014 B.E. Mechanical
    14 Mr.S S Ahluwalia Value Engineering L& T powai Dr.S B Rane 12/02/2014 B.E. Mechanical
    15 Mr.Srinivasan Computer Integarted Manufacturing (CIM) MTAB Engineers Pvt.Ltd. Dr.R.B.Buktar 15/04/2014 B.E. Mechanical
    16 Mr.Surendra Shah Structural Cooling PAN Asia Corporation, Mumbai Prof.Kunal Bhavsar 24/03/2014 S.E.,T.E.,B.E. Mechanical

    Expert Lecture 2013

    Sr. No Name of the Expert Title of the Expert lecture Company Concerned faculty Date Class
    1 Mr. Shrikanth Inje Experimental stress analysis and case studies L&T Prof. D.N.Jadhav 29/10/2013 M.E.Machine Design
    2 Mr.Atul Chakoly Case studies on strain measurement L&T Prof. D.N.Jadhav 29/10/2013 M.E.Machine Design
    3 Mr. Ujjwal Rane Theory of Machines Bently India Deepika Singh Singraur 30/09/2013 T. E. Mechanical
    4 Mr.Rathin Vyas Solar Energy Enerco Energy Solution Prof B.N.Bhasme 16/09/2013 B.E. Mechanical
    5 Mr.Asawa Thermal Power Plant(Operation and Efficiency Improvement) Reliance Dhanu Thermal Power Plant Prof P.K.Muley 09/10/2013 S.E. Mechanical
    6 Mr.Asawa Thermal Power Plant Process Environment Impact And Management Reliance Dhanu Thermal Power Plant Prof P.K.Muley 09/10/2013 T.E. Mechanical
    7 Prof.Vidhyadhar Walawalkar Role of Engineers for Environment Protection and Sustainable Development Envirovigil, Thane,Mumbai Prof P.K.Muley 18/10/2013 T.E. Mechanical
    8 Mr.Amol Sakhalkar Microcontroller and its Interfacing Digel System Prof S.R.Vankar 11/10/2013 T.E. Mechanical
    9 Mr.Shirish Antrolia Mechanical Design of Engineering Systems JGM,Larsen & Tubro ,Hazira Works Prof Nilesh Raykar 17/10/2013 B.E. Mechanical
    10 Mr.Sachin Palav Heat & Mass Transfer L & T Prof. Umale 18/10/13 T.E. Mechanical
    11 Mr.Satish Bendre Project Procurement Management Johnson & Johnson, Mumbai Dr.S.B.Rane 22/10/13 B.E. Mechanical
    12 Mr.Srivastava Non Destructive Testing BARC Deepika Singh 22/10/13 S.E. Mechanical
    13 Vivek Mahajan Product Development Designtech Systems Ltd, Pune Dr.R.B.Buktar 19/03/13 B.E. Mechanical

    Corporate Training

    SR.NO. NAME OF THE FACULTY SUBJECT Name of the Company DATE
    1 DR. NILESH RAYKAR FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF PROCESS EQUIPMENT ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions,
    (formerly UHDE India)
    09/07/15 To 11/07/15
    2 DR. NILESH RAYKAR Pressure Vessel Design and Analysis as per ASME Sec. VIII Div.2 L & T IES, Vadodara 02/01/14 To 04/01/14
    3 DR.R.B.BUKTAR CASTING DESIGN L & T 25/07/13
    4 DR.S.B.RANE STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL FOR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN CASTING INDUSTRY L & T 25/07/13

    Industrial Training

    Sr. No. Training Program Name of the Company Dates Class
    1 DELCAM Software DELCAM 19/02/2015 To 21/02/2015 F.E. (MECH) To B.E(MECH)
    2 CNC Machines GODREJ 09/12/2014 To 11/12/2014 F.E. (MECH) To B.E(MECH)
    3 CATIA Software TATA TECHNOLOGIES 22/12/2014 To 24/12/2014 F.E. (MECH) To B.E(MECH)
    4 CATIA Advanced TATA TECHNOLOGIES 19/03/2015 To 21/03/2015 F.E. (MECH) To B.E(MECH)
    5 DELMIA Software TATA TECHNOLOGIES 16/04/2015 To 18/04/2015 F.E. (MECH) To B.E(MECH)
    6 PLC Training CHRISTIANI & SHARPLINE 20/09/2013 To 22/09/2013 T.E. (MECH)
    7 PLC Training CHRISTIANI & SHARPLINE 27/09/2013 To 29/09/2013 T.E. (MECH)
    8 Lab View Training ADDC 03/10/2013 To 06/10/2013 S.E. (MECH) To B.E(MECH)
    9 SPSS Software Training SPSS, South Asia Pvt. Ltd. 22/06/2015 To 24/06/2015 U.G. , P.G. & Ph.D.

    M.S. in Foreign Universities-2015

    Following is the list of students who have secured admission for M.S. in Foreign Universities for the year 2015

    Students Name Photo Specialization University Location e-mail
    Divya Shah European Masters on Advanced Robotics (EMARO+) University of Genoa and Ecole Centrale de Nantes      Italy
            &
       France
    divyashah.2801@gmail.com
    Kahaan Shah M.S. - MECHANICAL ENGG Michigan Technological University      U.S.A. shahkahaan@gmail.com
    Harsh Mehta M.S. - MECHANICAL ENGG University of California- Los Angeles
                    OR
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
         U.S.A. harshnm@me.com
    Saif Sayed M.S. - AUTOMOTIVE ENGG Cranfield University    England saifsayed93@gmail.com
    Sagar Patil M.S. - MECHANICAL ENGG Michigan Technological University      U.S.A. sagar.patil1434@gmail.com

    M.S. in Foreign Universities-2014

    Following is the list of students who have secured admission for M.S. in Foreign Universities for the year 2014.

    Sr.No Name of Student Name of Foreign University Secured Admission in
    1 Jovin D'Sa University of Michigan,USA M.S.
    2 Shruti Sane Columbia University,USA M.S.
    3 Ajinkya Karpe University of Florida,USA M.S.
    4 Gupta Kunal University of Florida,USA M.S.
    5 Tanvy Limaye Northwestern University,USA M.S.
    6 Umang Bohra Northeastern University,USA M.S.
    7 Neha Deshmukh North Carolina State University,USA M.S.
    8 Aishwarya Soparkar New York University,USA M.S.
    9 Smeet Patel University of Texas,USA M.S.
    10 Siddharth Nishar Stanford University,USA MBA
    11 Palak Shah Binghamtom University,USA M.S.
    12 Chaitanya Kadakia Arizona State University,USA M.S.

    M.S. in Foreign Universities-2013

    Following is the list of students who have secured admission for M.S. in Foreign Universities for the year 2013.

    Students name Photo Specialization University Location e-mail
    AMBEKAR DEVAKI SANJAY M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ARIZONA U.S devki.ambekar@gmail.com
    BALDOTA PRATIK ROOPCHAND M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MICHIGAN U.S pratikbaldota@yahoo.com
    CHOKSI JAYKISHAN DAKSHESH M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ILLINOIS U.S choksijaykishan@gmail.com
    DEY ANITA ANUP M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS U.S ntdey@yahoo.com
    DUPARE SRUSHTI TULSI M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO COLARADO U.S shrushti.dupare@yahoo.com
    GAJIWALA PRIYANK JATIN M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MICHIGAN U.S priyankgajiwala@gmail.com
    IYER SIDDHARTH VENKATACHALAM M.S. -INDUSTRIAL ENGG. DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY DELFTS NETHERLANDS sidiyer.25@gmail.com
    KOTASTHANE NIKHIL SHRIRANG M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. RACKHAM GRADUATE SCHOOL - UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MICHIGAN U.S nikhilkoo.inotasthane@yah
    PATEL MANISH JAYSINGH M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ARIZONA U.S symanish@gmail.com
    SARAF NILAY MADHUSUDAN M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY DELFTS NETHERLANDS nilaysaraf21@gmail.com
    SHAH VARUN SHARDUL M.S. -INDUSTRIAL ENGG. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY NEW YORK U.S varunshah173@hotmail.com
    SOLANKI VIVEK PANKAJ M.S. -MECHANICAL ENGG. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO CHICAGO U.S slnkwk_90@yahoo.com

    MoU with Industries
    Sr.No. Name of the Industry/Institute Date Collaborative activity
    1 Emerson Climate Technologies, Pune 07-07-2015 Industrial Visit, Internship Training etc.
    2 Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere 22-05-2015 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    3 D-Espat Chennai 10-04-2015 Design of Manufacturing & Assembly
    4 BOAT 09-04-2015 Industry Meet, Corporate Training etc
    5 Wright State University, Ohio, USA 07-01-2015 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    6 Mechanical Engg.Dept. of SGGSIE &T Nanded 10-01-2014 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    7 Production Engg.Dept. of SGGSIE &T Nanded 10-01-2014 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    8 Larsen & Toubro, Mumbai 24-10-2013 Expert Lectures, IVs, CEPs etc
    9 College of Engg. Pune 10-01-2014 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    10 AKER Solutions, Mumbai 27-01-2014 Exchange of expertise of both the parties
    11 Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT) Surat 12-09-2013 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    11 Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar (Sakharale) 18-07-2013 Exchange of expertise of both the institutes
    13 YARDI PRABHU CONSULTANTS & VALUERS PVT. LTD. (YPCVL) 21st May 2009 Providing professional training & consultancy.
    14 TECHNOPHILIA SOLUTIONS Kandivali (E),MUMBAI 12th August 2008 Supporting development issues of both the organizations.
    15 DFX SYSTEMS DADAR, MUMBAI 10th August 2007 Exchange of expertise of both the organizations.
    16 TECHINT HYPERTHERM PVT. LTD. Supporting development issues of both the organizations.
    17 BENTLEY SYSTEMS INDIA PVT. LTD. 14th December 2004 Involvement of expertise form industry into the making of curriculum.
    18 CONTEC AIRFLOW PVT. LTD. ANDHERI(E) 28th October 2004 Arranging industrial visits and sharing knowhow.
    19 MAHARASHTRA KNOWLEDGE CORPORATION LIMITED (MKCL) 8th June 2004 Conducting MS-CIT courses under the overall coordination & management of MKCL.
    20 VAS Technologies Pune 15th March 2004 Conducting Certificate Courses in CAD/CAM/CAE.

    Indusrial Visit

    Sr. No Name of the Company Concerned faculty Date Class
    1 Mazgaon Dock Ltd, Mumbai Dr.R.B.Buktar 21/02/2014 B.E.Mech
    2 B.A.R.C., Mumbai Prof. Megha Janbandhu 28/02/2015 M.E.S.A.
    3 SHIRALA, SANGLI DISTRICT Dr.Easow, Prof.Megha Janbandhu & Prof.A.S. Chavan 19/03/10 B.E.Mech
    4 TATA MOTORS, PUNE Dr.R.B.Buktar 2011 S.E. MECH
    5 MAHINDRA AND MAHINDRA (NASHIK) PROF. S.S.UMALE & PFOF. KUNAL BHAVSAR 18/09/13 T.E. MECH
    6 VOLKSWAGEN (PUNE) PROF.D.N.JADHAV 30/09/13 M.E M/C DESIGN
    7 RELIANCE INFRA LTD. (DAHANU) PROF.P.K.MULEY 08/10/13 S.E.MECH
    8 RELIANCE INFRA LTD. (DAHANU) PR0F.P.K.MULEY 10/10/13 T.E.MECH
    9 CHRISTYANI SHARPLINE (THANE) PROF.S.R.VANKAR 26/09/13 T.E.MECH
    10 Sharpline Automation Pvt. Ltd. PROF.S.R.VANKAR 16/09/13 T.E. MECH
    11 Forward Manufacturing Co.Pvt. Ltd. PROF.S.R.VANKAR 16/09/13 T.E. MECH
    12 MAHINDRA AND MAHINDRA (Kandivli Division, Mumbai) Dr.R.B.Buktar 18/10/13 M.E M/C DESIGN
    13 MAZGAON DOCK LTD,MUMBAI DR.R.B.BUKTAR 21/02/2014 B.E.MECH
    14 SIEMENS Ltd,Mumbai DR.R.B.BUKTAR 11/04/2014 B.E. MECH
    15 VOLKSWAGEN (PUNE) PROF.MEGHA JANBANDHU 16/09/2014
    16 VILE PARLE , MUMBAI PROF.MEGHA JANBANDHU 20/09/2014 S.E. MECH
    17 BLUESTAR PROF.KUNAL BHAVSAR 19/09/2014 T.E. MECH
    18 VOLTAS, SILVASSA PROF.BALWANT BHASME 21/03/2015 T.E. MECH
    19 FORWARD MFG,MUMBAI PROF.SACHIN VANKAR 23/03/2015 T.E. MECH
    20 BSL,WADA BLUESTAR DR.NILESH RAYKAR 17/04/2015 B.E. MECH
    21 L & T DR.NILESH RAYKAR 18/04/2015 M.E. MECH
    (M/C DESIGN &
    THERMAL ENGG.)
    22 B.O.A.T. WESTERN REGION PROF. D.N. JADHAV 07/01/2012 B.E. MECH

    Industrial Projects

    Sr. No. Name of industrial projects Name of the students Name of company Name of Guide
    1 Implementing Lean Manufacturing in Industries Apurva salvi (B.E.Mech), jaykumar patel (B.E.Mech), pratik shirwaikar(B.E.Mech) Bagla Group Tq. Paithan Aurangabad Dr R. B. Buktar
    2 Design & Simulation of Industrial Robot Paint Vijay s. Patil (ME M/C design) Bharat Forge Ltd. Dr R. B. Buktar
    3 Reliability Improvement of MCCB Gregory Mathews (ME M/C design) L&T Powai Mumbai Dr. S. B. Rane
    4 Reliability Improvement of ACB Narvel Yahya (ME M/C design L&T Powai Mumbai Dr. S. B. Rane
    5 Value Engineering in ACB Hemant More (ME M/C design) L&T Powai Mumbai Dr. S. B. Rane
    6 Reliability Upgradation of Internal Accessories of Dsine MCB Shaikh Saad (ME M/C design) L&T Powai Mumbai Dr. S. B. Rane
    7 Design & Optimization of crane hook & crane arm used at construction sites Ajaykumar Chawrai (B.E.Mech) Sainath Karpe (B.E.Mech) Ajinkya Karpe (B.E.Mech) Sarvodaya Forging Prof. Sachin Vankar
    8 Indepth Preventive Maintainence of CNC machines Vinayak Prakash L&T Powai Mumbai Dr R. B. Buktar
    9 Leveraging ERP to make Indian Automotive Sector agile Neha Deshmukh, Divya Gupta, bhagyashree Ghodke Mahindra & Mahindra Dr R. B. Buktar
    10 Inerting System to prevent Explosion of Aircraft Pande Anilkumar,Gupta Kunal, Mehta Dhruvi AIRINDIA Dr R. B. Buktar
    11 Assessment and improvement of the reliability of moulded case circuit breaker mechanism Mr. Prathmesh Potdar (ME Mechanical Machine design 2011-2013) L & T EBG, Switch gear division, Powai, Mumbai Dr S.B.Rane
    12 Product Development and Process Improvement using Value engineering Switch Gear Manufacturing industry Mr. Sachit Nalaskar (ME Mechanical Machine design 2011-2013) L & T EBG, Switch gear division, Powai, Mumbai Dr S.B.Rane
    13 Development of Component for Space applications Mr.Nitish Phakade (M.E) L & T Dr.Nilesh Raykar
    14 Use of Composite material in hydraulic Cylinder Mr.Sujit Chankhore (M.E) L & T Dr.Nilesh Raykar
    15 Study of Cooling water network in RIL-Petro for improving flow in Heat Exchanger Tubes Mr.Hrishikesh Epte (M.E) Reliance Industries Limited Dr.R.S.Maurya

    Internship in Mechanical Engineering Department in Year 2015 under TEQIP -II

    At Reliance Infra Ltd. Dahanu From 11th May To 16th May 2015

    Sr No. Name Of Students
    1 Jay Ruparelia
    2 Aman Jain
    3 Kushal Patel
    4 Aniket Raut
    5 Prateek Tade
    6 Gaurav Anasane
    7 Rinku Motwani
    8 Pradeep Patel
    9 Tikshala Gothankar
    10 Falgun Patel
    11 Sameer Meshram
    12 Aman Chheda
    13 Alan Correa
    14 Vraj Patel
    15 Aniket A
    16 Asif Hasan
    17 Sagar Suryavanshi
    18 Jay Mehta
    19 Prince Jain
    20 Amit Gupta
    21 Deepak Ingale
    22 Mithul Jhaveri
    23 Azim Shaikh
    24 Pallavi Ghode
    25 Zil Parmar
    26 Rohini Gharda
    27 Kunal Shetty
    28 Akash Sali
    29 Sunil Katkar
    30 Umang Patil
    31 Apakrita Tayade

    Faculty Publications
    Sr. No. Faculty Name Journal Conference Articles/Book Chapter Total
    International National International National
    1 DR. A. V. BHONSALE 01 - 16 7 - 24
    2 DR. R. R. EASOW 03 01 04 01 - 9
    3 SHRI. R. B. BUKTAR 02 01 03 11 - 17
    4 SHRI. V. D. RAUL 00 - 02 - - 2
    5 SHRI. D. N. JADHAV 01 - 02 - - 3
    6 DR. R. S. MAURYA 04 - 04 - - 8
    7 DR. V. R. KALAMKAR 01 01 14 08 - 24
    8 DR. S. B. RANE 01 - 23 4 - 28
    9 SHRI. S. S. UMALE - - - 02 - 02
    10 SHRI. P.K. MULEY 01 - - - - 01
    11 MISS. MEGHA JANBANDHU - - - - - -
    12 SHRI. APOORVA CHATURVEDI - - - - - -
    13 SHRI. SACHIN VANKAR - - - - - -
    Total 118

    Reseacrh Projects

    Year No. of research projects Total Amt. Involved
    2001 Two Stage Stirling Cycle Cryocooler development at I.I.T. Bombay, Powai. Dr. P.V.Natu acted as Joint coordinator 20 Lacs Sponsored by Department of Science & Technology. New Delhi.

    MODROB / RPS

    Sr. No. Title of modorob/RPS proposal Name of faculty Year Amount sanctioned
    1 Modernization & Removal of obsolescence (MODROB)of thermal engineering laboratory Dr. R. S. Maurya 2012 - 13 15,00,000/-
    2 Modeling product development for medical device manufacturing industries Dr. Santosh Rane 2013 - 14 4,25,000/-
    3 Identifying interactions among barriers in portfolio Management Dr. Santosh Rane
    &
    Sachin Vankar
    2013 - 14 25,000/-

    Laboratories are Modernized under MODROB scheme with grants received as below:

    Sr No. Year Name Of Laboratory Amount
    1 1986-87 Air Conditioning Lab 10,00,000
    2 1989-90 Energy Conversion Lab 10,00,000
    3 1989-90 Measurement Lab 7,50,000
    4 1992-93 Metallurgy Lab 10,00,000
    5 1997-98 Dynamics Lab 5,00,000
    6 1999-2000 Thermal Engg Lab 9,00,000
    7 2001-02 Machine design & Vibration 11,00,000
    8 2002-03 Metrology Lab 7,50,000

    Patents

    Dr.R.R. Easow along with Dr. Milind Rane and S.V. Kota Reddy filed a patent on "Process for energy efficient conditioning of air using liquid dessicant". Patent Application no. 612/MUM/2003 ON 12TH JUNE 2003.

    About Us

    Mechanical Engineering Department of Sardar Patel College of Engineering commenced in 1962. The department has modern infrastructure with well-equipped laboratories and computational facilities with up-to-date hardware and software resources. The well qualified and experienced faculty of the department impart knowledge to the students in the fundamental and applied aspects of Mechanical Engineering courses by adopting conventional as well as the latest teaching and assessment tools.

    Each of the academic programmes include frequent industrial visits for our students to expose them to real life engineering scenario. Students are acquainted with cutting edge technologies through industrial guest lectures, industry sponsored projects and industrial internships. Students benefit from association with professional organizations such as ASHRAE, ISHRAE, IET, MCOM, SAE and IIME. The curriculum for each programme is continuously updated to keep it in sync with needs of industry and current research developments. The department takes keen interest in inculcating an attitude and temperament for practicing ethics in the mind of students and preparing them for being part of collective efforts for nation building.

    We feel proud to inform that our alumni are at top executive positions at various enterprises such as L&T, Aker Solutions, ThyssenKrupp, Reliance, Siemens, Mercedes, Coca-Cola, Infosys, Wipro and innumerable manufacturing & service organizations. Our undergraduate students regularly get admitted for higher studies in the top national and international universities.

    Vision

    To be a Nationally recognized Mechanical Engineering Department producing a blend of responsible & competent engineering graduates with inculcation of human values in next five years. 

    Mission

      To impart need based technical education by designing curriculum in collaboration with stakeholders

      To develop linkages with renowned industries in India & abroad for excellence in teaching & research

      To provide state of art laboratories to impart field knowledge to mechanical engineering students

      To encourage the students to participates in extracurricular activities for overall personality development and be a responsible person of the society.

    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    Programme Educational Objectives for B.Tech.

    I. Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering to improve lives and subsistence through a successful career in Mechanical
    Engineering and other interdisciplinary fields.

    II. Graduates will become entrepreneurs, innovators & researchers to address social, technical and business challenges.

    III. Graduate will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.



    Programme Educational Objectives for M.Tech. (Machine Design)

    I. Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering to improve lives and subsistence through a successful career in Design
    Engineering and associated fields.

    II. Graduates will become academicians, researchers and consultants to address social, technical and business challenges.

    III. Graduate will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.



    Programme Educational Objectives for M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering)

    I. Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering to improve lives and subsistence through a successful career in Thermal
    Engineering and associated fields.

    II. Graduates will become academicians, researchers and consultants to address social, technical and business challenges.

    III. Graduate will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.

    Teaching Staff

    Regular Faculty

    Dr. Rajesh Buktar

    Professor
    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (CAD/CAM), Ph.D. in Technology
    16 years of Experience
    Research Area : IT enabled Technology Integration in Indian Autocomponent Industries
    Email : r_buktar@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 241

    Dr. Nilesh Raykar

    Professor
    HOD Mechanical Engineering
    B.E. (Mech.),
    M.E. (Machine Design),Ph.D (IITB)
    19 years Industry Experience
    04 year Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Hydrogen Assisted Stress Corrosion Cracking
    Email : nilesh_raykar@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 245

    Prof. Dattatray N. Jadhav

    B.E. (Mech.), M.Tech. (Machine Design) Pursuing Ph.D
    Associate Professor Mechanical Engineering
    20 years of Experience
    Research Area : Fracture Mechanics,FEM, Stress Analysis.
    Email : d_jadhav@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 287      

    Dr. Kiran Suresh Bhole

    B.E.(Mech), ME(Production), PhD
    Associate Professor
    17 years of experience in teaching
    Research Area : Microfabrication, Additive Manufacturing, MEMS, Flexural Systems.
    Email : kiran_bhole@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 249
     

    Dr. R.S. Maurya

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Thermal), PhD in Thermal Engineering
    Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering
    24 years of Experience
    Research Area : Thermo- fluid,CFD Analysis Interface Tracking
    Email : r_maurya@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 281      

    Dr. S.B. Rane

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Machine Design), Ph.D. (Technology), Master Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma
    Associate Professor Grade Mechanical Engineering
    23 years of Experience
    Research Area : Reliability Engineering, Project Management, Supply Chain Management , Lean Six Sigma, Production Management
    Email : s_rane@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 237

    Dr.Sudhakar Umale

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Machine Design), PhD
    Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering
    25 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Material Technology
    Email : s_umale@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 273

    Shri P.K. Muley

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Thermal),PGDIM
    Pursuing Ph. D. at IIT Bombay (Thermal Engineering)
    Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering
    10 years of Industry Experience, 11 years teaching
    Research Area : Thermal Engineering
    Email : pkmuley@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 285

    Mrs. Megha S. Nagrale

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Machine Design)
    Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering
    03 years of Experience
    Research Area : Machine Design, CAD/CAM/CAE
    Email : mjanbandhu@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 228

    Shri Sachin Vankar

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (CAD/CAM)
    Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering
    12 years of Experience
    Research Area : CAD/CAM
    Email : sachin_vankar@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 248
     

    Shri Kunal Bhavsar

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Thermal Engineering)
    WorkShop Superintendent
    02 years of Experience
    Research Area : Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Vortex Refrigeration, HVAC, Thermal Energy Storage
    Email : k_bhavsar01@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 244

    Shri Balwant N.Bhasme

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Machine Design),
    Pursuing Ph.D at IIT Bombay (Aerospace Engineering)
    Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering
    15 years of Experience
    Research Area : Control of separated flows, Experimental and computational aerodynamics, Low GWP refrigerants.
    Email : b_bhasme@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 240  

    Mr. Sharad Valvi

    Assistant Professor
    B.E. (Mech.), M.Tech ( CAM),
    1.5 years of Experience
    Research Area : friction stir welding, welding technology,
    Email : msharad_valvi@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 242

    Mr. Haseen Shaikh

    Assistant Professor
    B.E. (Mech.), M.Tech
    ( Manufacturing Engineering),
    3 years of Experience
    Research Area : Machining (Diamond turning)
    of single crystal optical materials
    Email : haseen_shaikh@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 285
     
    Adhoc Faculty

    Shri Shrikant Baste

    B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Thermal Engineering)
    Assistant Professor
    01 years of Experience
    Research Area : Thermal Engineering
    Email : shrikant.baste@yahoo.in
    Ext.: 242

    Mr.Akash S. Bidwaik

    B.E.(Mech), M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering)
    Assistant professor
    04 years of experience in teaching
    Research Area : Thermal Engineering
    Email : akashbidwaik007@gmail.com
    Ext.: 242

    Ms.Chetna Sharma

    B.E.(Mech),MHRM, M.Tech. (Manufacturing)
    Assistant Professor
    05 years of experience in teaching
    Research Area : Manufacturing Engineering / Industrial Engineering
    Email : chetnasharma1990@gmail.com
    Ext.: 242
     

    Mr.Rohit D. Deshpande

    B.E.(Mech),MHRM, M.Tech. (Production Engineering)
    Assistant Professor
    Research Area : Production Engineering
    Email : deshpande.rohit40@yahoo.com
    Ext.: 242
    PG Faculty

    Programme Outcomes

    Program Outcomes from B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering

    After successful completion of B.Tech. (Mechanical) programme, the graduate will have:

    I. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and mechanical engineering.

    II. An ability to identify, formulate, solve and draw appropriate conclusions of complex mechanical engineering problems.

    III. An ability to design and develop a system or process to meet desired needs with appropriate considerations such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, manufacturability,
    sustainability, health, safety, legal and cultural.

    IV. An ability to design and conduct experiments with given constraints analyse and interpret data for complex engineering problems having multiple possible solutions.

    V. To promote awareness of life-long learning and to introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice

    VI. An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools such as CAD, analysis and simulation tools necessary for engineering practice.

    VII. Responsiveness towards professionalism and ethics.

    VIII. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams

    IX. An ability to communicate effectively.

    X. An ability to demonstrate the knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage the projects and its financial aspects.

    XI. An ability to engage in lifelong learning.

    Program Outcomes from M.Tech. (Machine Design)

    After successful completion of M.Tech. (Machine Design) , the graduate will have:

    I. Extensive knowledge of Machine Design discipline with an ability to associate this learning to identify, assess, analyse and integrate new knowledge areas and contribute towards enrichment of the disciplinary knowledge.

    II. An ability to perform investigation of complex engineering problems by applying both analytical and creative thinking and arrive at wide range of potential solutions and further evaluate them considering public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental factors.

    III. A skill to undertake research by applying appropriate research methodologies such as literature survey, design/ conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and conceptualise solutions that leads to scientific/ technological development.

    IV. An ability to create, apply and adapt techniques using modern engineering and IT tools for modelling and analysis of engineering systems.

    V. An ability to communicate effectively and to function in collaborative-multidisciplinary team activities.

    VI. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects and its financial aspects.

    VII. To continuously do independent and reflective learning in order to improve upon one’s skills and abilities and to engage in lifelong learning.

    VIII. Responsiveness towards development of society, professionalism and ethics.

    Program Outcomes from M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering)

    After successful completion of M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering) , the graduate will have:

    I. Extensive knowledge of Thermal Engineering discipline with an ability to associate this learning to identify, assess, analyse and integrate new knowledge areas and contribute towards enrichment of the disciplinary knowledge.

    II. An ability to perform investigation of complex engineering problems by applying both analytical and creative thinking and arrive at wide range of potential solutions and further evaluate them considering public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental factors.

    III. A skill to undertake research by applying appropriate research methodologies such as literature survey, design/ conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and conceptualise solutions that leads to scientific/ technological development.

    IV. An ability to create, apply and adapt techniques using modern engineering and IT tools for modelling and analysis of engineering systems.

    V. An ability to communicate effectively and to function in collaborative-multidisciplinary team activities.

    VI. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects and its financial aspects.

    VII. To continuously do independent and reflective learning in order to improve upon one’s skills and abilities and to engage in lifelong learning.

    VIII. Responsiveness towards development of society, professionalism and ethics.

    Faculty Publications

    Faculty Publication Details - 2014

    Sr. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal/ conference ISSN/ ISBN No. Year of Publication
    1 Nilesh Aitavade and Prof.D.N. Jadhav Numerical Study and Analysis of Blast Resistant Door with Stiffeners International Conference On Design, Analysis, Manufacturing And Simulation (ICDAMS). - Under process of Publication
    2 Dr. R. B. Buktar & Sunil Adhikari Product Quality improved using TRIZ: A case study in increasing innovative options in Manufacturing sector application of TRIZ to reduce of particulate matter International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology (IJRET), Volume 3, special issue Impact factor: 1.962 3, May 2014
    3 Dr. S. B. Rane Exploring Barriers in Lean Implementation Emerald Publication -International Journal of Lean Six Sigma (IJLSS) 2014
    4 Dr. S. B. Rane Rubber Molding Process Parameter setting using response surface methodology (RSM) Springer- The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology Impact Factor in 2012 : 4.8245 2014
    5 Dr. S. B. Rane Barriers for successful implementation of JIT – A Manufacturer Perspective International Journal of Procurement Management (IJPM), Inder-science 2014
    6 Dr. S. B. Rane Practice Bundles for Integrated Green-Lean Manufacturing Systems International Journal of Computer Applications Impact factor: 0.821 2014
    7 Dr. S. B. Rane Interpretive structural Modelling for Implementing Green _lean systems International Journal of Computer Applications Impact factor: 0.821 2014
    8 ------ Comparison Of Design And Analysis Of Tube Sheet Thickness By Using UHX code of ASME and TEMA standard International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET) ISSN 0976 – 6340 (Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Impact Factor (2013): 5.7731 2014
    9 Dr. S. B. Rane JIT Distribution: A perspective to overcome the barriers IIIE, Journal - -
    10 Dr. S. B. Rane TRIZ : Innovation Tools & Techniques IIIE, Journal - -
    11 Dr. S. B. Rane Knowledge Management in Supply Chain IIIE, Journal - -
    12 Dr. S. B. Rane Modelling Leagile Supply Chain: A Research Proposal IIIE, Journal - -
    13 Sachin Vankar Validation of use of FEM (ANSYS) for structural analysis of tower crane jib and static and dynamic analysis of tower crane jib IJIRAE, International Journal May 2014, Vol-1 issue-4 Impact factor: 0.585, ISSN: 2349-2163
    14 Prof. S .S. Umale Calculation of carbon footprint of Thermal Power station AMAEAP-2014 International Conference, New Delhi - 7-8 June 2014
    15 Prof.S.S.Umale Noise & Vibration Analysis of Diesel Engine using Diesel and jatropha Biodiesel International Journal of Engineering trends and technology, Vol.12 , ISSN no.2231-5381. - 5th June 2014
    15 Prof.S.S.Umale Noise & Vibration Analysis of Diesel Engine using Diesel and jatropha Biodiesel International Journal of Engineering trends and technology, Vol.12 , ISSN no.2231-5381. - 5th June 2014
    16 Dr.R.S.Maurya Development of Experimental Setup for Measuring Thermal Conductivity of Fluids by Transient Method International Conference on Advances in Materials and Product Design, SVNIT Surat - 10-11 January 2015
    17 Dr.R.S.Maurya Study of Heat Transfer in Grinding Based on Variation in Key Parameters International Conference on Computational Methods in Engineering and Health Sciences, Manipal - December 17-19, 2014
    18 Dr.R.S.Maurya The Effect of Biodiesel Injection Pressure on Vibration and Emission Characteristics of a Diesel Engine- An Experimental Investigation International Conference on Environment and Energy,JNTUH, Hyderabad. - December 15-17, 2014
    19 Dr.R.S.Maurya Numerical Investigation of Solar Chimney Induced Natural Convection in Space International Conference on Environment and Energy, JNTUH, Hyderabad. - December 15-17, 2014
    20 Dr.R.S.Maurya Numerical investigation of manifold induced flow mal-distribution in multi-channel heat exchanger International Conference on Environment and Energy, JNTUH, Hyderabad. - December 15-17, 2014
    21 Dr.R.B.Buktar & Nadeem Ansari Structural Analysis of One Ton Capacity Scissor Lift and Evaluation of Its Actuator Force International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Management (IJAEM), Vol-X, Issue-X - 2014

    Faculty Publication Details - 2013

    Sr. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal/ conference ISSN/ ISBN No. Year of Publication
    1 Mohite, P. S. and Easow R.R. Experimental Study of Horizontal Loop Parallel Flow Ground Heat Exchanger International Journal of Pure and Applied Research in Engineering and Technology - March 2013
    2 Shreyas Kulkarni and D. N. Jadhav Wind Induced Vibrations of Tall Steel chimney International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research, Vol. 3, No.1. ISSN 2249-0019 2013
    3 Sanket Choudhary and D. N. Jadhav A Suggested stress analysis procedure for nozzle to head shell element model – a case study International Conference on Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (ICMIE) ISBN 978-93-81693-88-2 2013
    4 Kunal Y Bhavsar and R S Maurya Numerical Analysis of Thermal Separation of Flow in the Vortex Tube: A Numerical Investigation Proceedings of Metallurgical, Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Pg 38-44 February 17, 2013
    5 B. N. Bhasme and S. D. Sharma Circular cylinder wake control by positioning an inclined flat plate in one of the separated shear layer 40th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power, NIT Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh - December 12-14, 2013
    6 Dr. R.B. Buktar & Sanjay Lohar Analysis & Optimization of Backhoe of Earth Moving Equipment National Conference on Materials & Mechanical Engineering (NCMME-2013), Dr. Mahallingam College of Engineering & Technology, Pollachi. - 6-7 May 2013
    7 Dr. R.B. Buktar Hardware & Software for Data Capturing & Processing in Reverse Engineering 4th International Conference on Global Technology Initiatives, Rizvi College of Engineering, Bandra(W). - 29-30 March 2013

    Faculty Publication Details - 2012

    Sr. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal/ conference ISSN/ ISBN No. Year of Publication
    1 Donde, S. and Easow, R. R. Performance Analysis of Earth Air Tunnel System for Cooling in Hot and Humid Climates International Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering, Technology and Management - May 2012
    2 Shreyas Kulkarni and D. N. Jadhav Passive Control Systems for Tall structures International Conference on Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (ICMIE). ISBN: 978-93-81693-88-2 2012
    3 Shreyas Kulkarni and D. N. Jadhav Passive Control Systems for Tall structures International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering ISSN (Print) 2319-3182 2012
    4 Swapnil Marwadi and D. N. Jadhav LEFM analysis of edged crack plate using analytical and FEA approach International Conference on Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (ICMIE) ISBN: 978-93-81693-88-2 2012
    5 Swapnil Marwadi and D. N. Jadhav Investigating the effect of distance between the crack and structural discontinuity using finite element analysis International Journal of Advances in Engineering Science and Technology(IJAEST) ISSN 2249-913X 2012
    6 Swapnil Marwadi and D. N. Jadhav LEFM analysis of edged crack plate using analytical and FEA approach International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering ISSN (Print) 2319- 3182 2012
    7 Sanket Choudhary and D. N. Jadhav A Suggested stress analysis procedure for nozzle to head shell element model – a case study International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering ISSN (Print) 2319-3182 2012
    8 Nilesh Aitavade and D. N. Jadhav Design and Analysis of Single Plate Blast Resistant Door International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Technology (ICAET) ISBN:987-93-81693-99-1 2012
    9 Nityanand Pawar and R S Maurya Flow Maldistribution in a Simplified Plate Heat Exchanger Model-A Numerical Study Applied Mechanics and Materials Vols. 110-116 (2012), pp 2529-2536. 2012
    10 Sachin B. Ingle and R S Maurya Experimental Investigation of Manifold Induced Flow Maldistribution in U- and Z-Turn Flow Configurations Applied Mechanics and Materials Vols. 110-116 (2012) pp 4677-4683 2012
    11 Nilesh S. Varkute, R.S. Maurya CFD Simulation in Township Planning – A Case Study International Journal Of Computational Engineering Research Vol. 3 (2013) Issue. 3 pp 65-72. 2012
    12 S. S. Umale Austempering Heat Treatment of Low Carbon Equivalent Ductile Irons INDIAN FOUNDRY JOURNAL vol. 58 no 5 May 2012
    13 S. S. Umale Characterization of Inoculated Low Carbon Equivalent Iron at Lower Austempering Temperature SPRINGER - Oct 2012

    Faculty Publication Details - 2010-2011

    Sr. Name of the author Title of the paper Name of the journal/ conference ISSN/ ISBN No. Year of Publication
    1 Parag Muley, Roshini Easow MicroTrigeneration :-The Best Way of Decentralized Power , Cooling & Heating 2010- IEEE Conference on Innovative Technologies for Efficient & Reliable Electricity Supply by IEEE Boston Chapter ISBN: 978-1-4244-6077-9 @2010 IEEE 27 - 29 Sept. 2010
    2 Dr. S. B. Rane Exploring Issues in Energy Management Projects: Case Studies International Journal of Industrial Engineering Practice, Volume 3 • Issue 1 - January-June 2011

    Industry Institute Meet

    Organized by
    Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
    Sardar Patel college of Engineering, Andheri (W)
    29th October 2013 Timings: 10-1 pm Venue: Leighton Hall

    General Points of Discussion:

    These were the points discussed during the introduction presentation given by Dr.R.B.Buktar at the beginning which the delegates found interesting and worth noting.

    1. Faculty from manufacturing and production:The guests were concerned if there were any faculties who had any industrial experience of manufacturing and production.
    2. Upgradation of softwares: Engineering softwares like MATLAB, ANSYS were discussed. They were interested in knowing how many licenses of which softwares are available in the institute and if they were full or educational versions.
    3. QIP: They were also eager enough in knowing what QIP (quality improvement programme) is under AICTE.
    4. Programmes in QA and QC:they were concerned to know if there were any programmes in QA and QC being offered by the institution to the students.
    5. Summer internships: Another point that was raised about summer internships that industries can provide to the students during their vacations.
    6. Developments of new products: Industry and institute can work together to develop new products. An example of textile institute of Eichel Currengy was introduced where products were patented.

    Industry expectations from students:
    1. Employee should be ready and well prepared so as to start work from the very first day of joining.
    2. There should be innovative skills in freshers i.e. at college level he or she should have strong exposure to innovations, innovative ideas etc. during the entire course of education.
    3. There should be inputs from industries for student academics and academicians to develop and refine the included syllabus for curricular.
    4. There should be subjects included and programs to be conducted to make students aware of what type of problems industries face in practical sense.
    5. Academics and activities should get along with industries that will actually reduce the training period of student employees.
    6. There should be selection criterias for practical industrial projects. Students exposure to industrial training or project work will make them practically strong to survive and adapt in industrial environment within a short period of time.

    Suggestions given by individual delegates:
    1. Mr. Gajanan Sadekar Vice President Product & Technology Development Centre from L&T:
    L&T has recently signed the MOU with Sardar Patel College of Engineering, they are ready for support and co-operation through this collaboration. It’s a pleasure for our college.
    * Graduate Engineer should be able to work from the day one and should be able to contribute from the first day. This is what the industry wants but is not delivered. So in order to make that possible, students should be given exposure to the industry and should be trained for the industry specific needs during their academics.
    * Innovative aptitude is expected from the students. Students are more into academics and they have poor aptitude which should be improved.
    * Industry can contribute for the research work.
    * The programmes that are offered during the vacations should not be too industry specific but should be broader so that the students can take benefits from it.
    * Industry should be able to select the students for the project work. There should be some criteria that can be defined to select he students based on the topic that the project will be based on.
    2. Pradeep Bhosekar, Corporate Training Head from Godrej:
    * Gave an example of industry institute collaboration (collaboration of textile institute of Ichalkaranji with fabric industry) that led to patenting of a product in textile and fabrics. So development of products can be possible also through the collaboration.
    * Technology Incubation Units and tailor made certificates were discussed and special interest was shown in these areas.
    * A suggestion on developing quality management program was also given
    * They are ready for the establishment of calibration lab in the college.
    3. Mr. YashwantNavalkar (IIT Bombay) :
    * He was concerned about assigning thermal projects to master students because they have the fresh knowledge through their thorough study they are still the students not the industrial men.
    * Solar air conditioning is the latest emerging area for construction industries, let the students and their opinions involve as a part of dissertation work.
    * Industrial projects in simulation and CFD should be handover to students.
    * Certificate courses as a part of curriculum along with multiple subjects and projects will really make the students aware about industry needs.
    * At least some part of curricula should be introductory to marketing and marketing strategies.
    * Industrial marketing people meetings should be arranged with students and professors at the college level.
    * They are ready for providing expert industrial marketing man for training and guest lectures.
    4. Mr. SanjeevNadkarni, of Aker Solution (Managing Director)
    Aker solution is at the verge to sign MOU with Sardar Patel College of Engineering in coming few days in first semester of academic year 2013.
    * They are going to look for student internships and projects under their vigilance in future.
    * He suggested to grab the policy of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibilities) for the industries and there should be exposure of Introduction to CSR and its benefits for the students during their academic sessions.
    * There should be training, internship and short term project plans during the academics of the students.
    5. S.S. Sabnis, from Metallurgical department of L&T, Director of ASM
    * They are ready to provide expert speakers from their group for the guest lectures.
    * According to his opinions short term training programs for shop floor workers under their expert trainers and speakers should be there in college.
    * College may be development center for shop floor skills if started in collaboration with ASM.
    * The will look forward our institute as a incubation center for aesthetic and painting training program because they are more concerned about skills of shop floor workers.
    6. Mr. Jagdale Abhay, CEO Kalyani Technologies from Bharat Forge:
    * According to him curricular theoretical study should be there for 3 years of engineering duration and last year for complete technical exposure.
    * They have collaborated with different Institutes.
    * The result of their tie up with ARAI Pune is coming with different specific courses in forging.
    * According to him media sources should be used for more virtuality of teaching.
    eg. Videos should be shown to the students during the span of lectures.
    * Practicals should be based on live required industrial machining and product development.
    7. Mr. Satya Narayan (Talent Edge):
    * He has started M.Sc. mobile application program for Android 2.7 in Gujrat.
    * TCS is going to start the six month training program named “Experience the Experienced” for Non-IT students. For students convenience regular classes will be there only on weekends.
    * There will be number of industrial exposures during the course and before the first day of joining the class candidate will have four to five days of different industrial exposures so that he will be mentally strong and ready to grasp the conceptual learning during lectures.
    * If it is not so then he or she will not understand the standard path procedures, product cycle management, billing and other industrial policies during lectures and practices.
    * The training classes are going to be started in the major cities of India like Mumbai, Pune, Koembture, Chennai and Banglore.
    The meet ended with vote of thanks given by Dr.S.B.Rane

    Faculty Publications Details

    Merit list 2014-15

    Merit Rank Seat No. Students Name
    F.Y. B.Tech. MECHANICAL
    1 FEM155 SONI VED DEEPAK
    2 FEM135 GUPTA ASHISHKUMAR RAVINDRA
    3 FEM154 PIMPLE ADITYA MINESH
    S.Y. B.Tech. MECHANICAL
    1 SEM322 TIWARI ATULKUMAR CHANDRAMOHAN
    2 SEM312 HASAN ASIF MANZOOR
    3 SEM348 JAIN PRINCE KUMAR ASHOK KUMAR
    T.Y. B.Tech. MECHANICAL
    1 TEM501 SALI AKASH RAJENDRA
    2 TEM552 DHUMAL AMEY ASHOK
    3 TEM547 PATEL PRADEEPKUMAR BABULAL
    B.Tech. MECHANICAL
    1 BEM722 SHETTY SWAPNIL PADMANABHA
    2 BEM740 PARIKH MIRAL BAKULBHAI
    3 BEM739 PALLAN PARTH DIPAK

    Contact Us

    Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Sardar Patel College of Engineering
    Munshi Nagar, Andheri(W), Mumbai 400 058
    Email : hod_med@spce.ac.in
    Phone: 022 - 26289777, 26232192 Fax : 26237819
    Ext.: 241

    Ph.D. Program Co-ordinator, Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Sardar Patel College of Engineering
    Munshi Nagar, Andheri(W), Mumbai 400 058
    Email : s_rane@spce.ac.in
    Phone: 022 - 26289777, 26232192 Fax : 26237819
    Ext.: 237

    CAM / CAM

    CAD/CAM Lab is located in Room no 213. The facility primarily serves students to explore the Solid modeling, Surface modeling, Feature based modeling, Parametric modeling & execution of 3 dimensional designs. The laboratory is well equipped with various hi-tech software’s like PRO/ENGINEER, CATIA, HYPERMESH etc. The lab has the potential to take up the consultancy work in the area of CAD/CAM

    LAB INCHARGE:- DR.R.B.BUKTAR
    LAB ATTENDANT:-



    List of CAD/CAM Softwares Available :
    1. PRO-ENGINEER
    2. CATIA
    3. HYPERMESH
    4. MATLAB
    5. AUTOCAD
    6. ANSYS
    7. C++

    Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

    In this laboratory students are introduced to different refrigeration and air conditioning equipments, where students get actual hands on the refrigeration and air conditioning equipments. Here students learn how to measure the actual performance of the different refrigeration and air conditioning equipments.
    Facilities available in refrigeration and air conditioning laboratory are vapour compression refrigeration cycle test rig, mechanical heat pump, bench top cooling tower, air and water heat pump, recirculating air-conditioning unit, thermo-electric heat pump.


    Lab in charge: Prof. B. N. Bhasme
    Lab Assistant: Mr. M. T. Bhangre

    List of Experiments

    1. To find the actual coefficient of performance of refrigeration cycle test rig.
    2. To find the actual coefficient of performance of mechanical heat pump.
    3. Performance on mechanical heat pump and comparing actual vapour compression cycle with theoretical on p-h chart.
    4. Studying performance of cooling tower.
    5. Determining humidifying efficiency of cooling tower.
    6. Determining the actual coefficient of performance of air and water heat pump.
    7. Demonstration of Air Conditioning processes used in air conditioning plant.

    Thermal Engineering Laboratory

    This laboratory has been developed to cater the need of UG and PG program run by mechanical engineering department. It is one of the well equipped laboratories of the department. Well developed experimental setups available in the laboratory, help students to learn and understand fundaments better through practical. Laboratory also has many experimental facility such as sensors, transducers and data acquisition system to carryout research activity at UG and PG level. Many national awards and prizes have been won by our students, who have worked here to convert their dreams into reality.


    Lab in charge: Dr. R S Maurya
    Lab Attendant: ------

    List of Major Facilities:
    1. Nozzle Performance Experimental Setup
    2. Compressed Air Based Reaction Turbine
    3. Fluidized Bed Combustion Demonstrator
    4. 12 Bar Two-Stage Reciprocating Compressor
    5. Composite Wall Thermal Conductivity Setup
    6. Forced Convection Experimental Setup
    7. Emissivity Measurement Setup
    8. Double Pipe Counter And Parallel Flow Setup
    9. Transient Heat Conduction Setup
    10. Heat Pipe Demonstrator
    11. Pin Fin Experimental Setup
    12. Liquid Thermal Conductivity Experimental Setup
    13. Cut Models Of Multistage Impulse And Reaction Steam Turbine
    14. Data Logger

    Heat & Mass Transfer

    List of Experiments
    1. To determine thermal conductivity and thermal resistance of composite wall.
    2. To determine the emissivity of grey surface.
    3. To find out heat transfer coefficient heat transfer rate from vertical cylinder in natural convection.
    4. To determine the convective heat & rate of heat transfer by forced convection for flow of air inside a horizontal pipe.
    5. To determine the heat transfer, temperature distribution and effectiveness from a pin fin for Free Convection.
    6. To determine the heat transfer, temperature distribution and effectiveness from a pin fin for Force Convection.
    7. To determine Critical flux of Water at various bulk temperature of water.
    8. To study the construction, working and application of heat pipe.

    Internal Combustion Engine

    List of Experiments
    1. Study of carburetor.
    2. Study of ignition system.
    3. Study of fuel injection system.
    4. Morse Test on petrol engine.
    5. Speed Test on petrol or/and diesel engine.
    6. Load Test on diesel engine (engines).
    7. Heat Balance test on diesel or petrol engines.
    8. Experimental determination of Air fuel ratio.
    9. Exhaust Gas/Smoke analysis of S.I. / C.I. engines.
    10. Effect of Supercharging on Performance Characteristics of an engine.

    Theory of Machines & Vibration

    The Mechanical Vibrations Systems Laboratory provides opportunities for students to study vibration analysis into the design of products. The lab serves Mechanical Vibrations which is part of curriculum . The objective of this lab is to provide students with an environment to study engineering systems for vibration analysis. This lab space is being utilized for experimental and course related projects and demonstrations. The lab also use for design projects, which involve concepts and applications in terms of dynamics, vibrations and controls.
    This laboratory is mainly to give a practical exposure to the students who are indeed first step of planning theory of vibrations.The student is made to physically experience basic concepts in vibration.

    Facilities available:
    Universal vibration testing machine available in the laboratory to perform experiments.

    Lab in charge: Prof. S.R.Vankar

    List of Experiments

    1. Verify experimental relation for Simple Pendulum
    2. Determine radius of gyration K of Compound Pendulum
    3. Study the longitudinal vibration of helical spring
    4. Study of vibration of system having spring in series
    5. Study undamped torsional vibration of single rotor shaft system
    6. Study torsional vibration of a double rotor shaft system
    7. Study of undamped free vibration of equivalent spring mass system
    8. Study forced vibration of equivalent spring mass system
    9. Study damped torsional oscillation and determine damping coefficient

    Mechatronics

    Mechatronics is an electromechanical systems that merges mechanical, electrical, control system, and embedded software design.

    The department has a well-equipped Laboratory with the all equipments and infrastructure. The laboratory is equipped with pneumatic and hydraulic kits that are required for conducting the experiments as per the syllabus. This lab provides the students with hands-on experience with some of the finest automation equipment. Experiments related to basic pneumatics, electro pneumatics. The Mechatronics lab is fully equipped with Pneumatics trainer kits. The Pneumatic kits include basic pneumatic kit, electro pneumatic and programmable controlled pneumatics. Fluid & Hydraulic simulation software is also available.

    Lab in charge: Prof. S.R.Vankar

    Facilities available:
    8051 Microcontroller training Kit
    Electro-hydraulics & Electro- pneumatics Simulation soft wares
    Electro pneumatic trainer kit with PLC

    List of Experiments

    1. Study of basic principles of sensing and actuation techniques used in Mechatronics system
    2. Study of Electro-pneumatic Logic Trainer Kit & experiments on Electro-pneumatics circuits
    3. Study of Electro-hydraulics Logic Trainer Kit & experiments on Electro-hydraulics circuits
    4. Experiment on ladder programming for Mechatronics System (Bottle Filling Plant)
    5. Experiments Using 8051 Microcontroller Kit
    6. Experiments on Control System using MATLAB

    CNC LABORATORY

    OBJECTIVES

    1. This LAB. will be used by the B.Tech. Mechanical students in their practical session for the subject of CAD/CAM/CIM to manufacture parts automatically on these machine.
    2. Mech. Engg. Dept. is starting new PG course i.e. Computer Integrated Manufacturing. This Lab will be utilized in the PG program to carry out manufacturing operations on the CNC machines.
    3. Proposed to start a new Certification program on CNC Programming in collaboration with industry who is willing to collaborate.
    4. Consultancy can be started in CNC machining. There are many small industries in and around Mumbai. So we can manufacture the parts for those small scale industries to generate internal revenue.


    Lab in charge: Dr. Rajesh Buktar
    Lab Attendant: ------

    CNC Turning Machine

    Computerised Numerically Controlled Turning Machine is a state of art facility in CNC Lab. in Mechanical Engineering Department, for performing automated machining operations.

    Vertical Machining Centre (VMC)

    Vertical Machining Centre (VMC) is a state of art facility in CNC Lab. in Mechanical Engineering Department, for performing automated Milling operations.

    TEQIP - II: Best Policies and Practices SGGSIE & T Nanded SPCE 10 / 01 / 2014
     To
    11 / 01 / 2014
    Dr. P.H.Sawant
    Dr. R.B.Buktar

    SUPPORTING STAFF

    SUPPORTING STAFF LIST

    MR. RAJESH B. KENI, CHARGEMAN

    MR. S.M.SHETKAR, CARPENTORY INSTRUCTOR

    MR. N.S. GAIKWAD, WELDER INSTRUCTOR

    MR. PRAVIN M. LOHAR, BLACK SMITH INSTRUCTOR

    MR. LUIS P. DIAS, ENGINE ATTENDENT

    MR. ANIL A. KALE, LAB. ASSISTANT

    MR. PRAVIN V. RAJE, LAB. ASSISTANT

    MR. KUMAR L. SHINDE, GENRAL MECHANIC

    MR. NILESH KELKAR, FITTER INSTRUCTOR

    MR. SURYKANT B. KOLPATE, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. MADHUKAR L. KHAMKAR, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. DEEPAK L. PARAB, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. MAHENDRA L. RANE, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. MARUTI T. BHANGRE, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. AARIF KAZI, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. JAFAR PATEL, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. NITIN N.KAMBALE, TURNER INSTRUCTOR

    MR. VASANTKUMAR H.S., HAMAL

    MR. GANPAT P. JADHAV, HAMAL

    Graduate Program

    Sr. No Title of course Date Staff
    1 Motivation & Stress Management 15/05/2013  To 17/05/2013 Luis Pascal Dias
    Siddheshware Shetkar
    Nilesh Kelkar
    2 Motivation & Stress Management 19/12/2013  To 20/12/2013 Luis Pascal Dias
    Siddheshware Shetkar
    3 Training on AUTOCAD 01/10/2013  To 31/10/2013 Luis Pascal Dias
    Siddheshware Shetkar
    Anil kale
    Pravin Lohar
    Rajesh Keni
    Anushka Jadhav
    Nilesh Kelkar
    Kumar Shinde
    P.V. Raje
    Nandan Gaikwad
    4 Developing Positive attitude towards work and Life 30/01/2015  To 31/01/2015 Luis Pascal Dias
    Siddheshware Shetkar
    Rajesh Keni
    Kumar Shinde
    5 Life Skills for Happy Life 23/04/2015  To 25/04/2015 Luis Pascal Dias
    Pravin Lohar
    Nilesh Kelkar

    UG Program

    Degree Stream Duration Intake
    B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering 4 Years(Full Time) 60

    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    1.  Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering to improve lives and subsistence through a successful career in mechanical engineering and other interdisciplinary fields
    2.  Graduates will become entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers to address social, technical and business challenges.
    3.  Graduate will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.

    Programme Outcomes (POs)

    After successful completion of B.Tech. (Mechanical) programme, the graduate will have:

    1.  An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and mechanical engineering.
    2.  An ability to identify, formulate, solve and draw appropriate conclusions of complex mechanical engineering problems.
    3.  An ability to design and develop a system or process to meet desired needs with appropriate considerations such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, manufacturability, sustainability, health, safety, legal and cultural.
    4.  An ability to design and conduct experiments with given constraints analyse and interpret data for complex engineering problems having multiple possible solutions.
    5.  An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools such as CAD, analysis and simulation tools necessary for engineering practice.
    6.  Responsiveness towards professionalism and ethics.
    7.  An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams
    8.  An ability to communicate effectively.
    9.  An ability to demonstrate the knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage the projects and its financial aspects.
    10.  An ability to engage in lifelong learning.

    Courese Conducted

    SR.NO. Title Of COurse In Association With Date Co-Ordinator
    1 DFMA-Efficient Product Design Cost Conscious Manufacture D-ESPAT CHENNAI 18-05-2015-22-05-2015 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    2 Piping Engineering AKER SOLUTIONS MUMBAI 11-05-2015-15-05-2015 Dr. Nilesh Raykar
    3 CNC Programming GODREJ MUMBAI 07-05-2015-08-05-2015 Mr. Luis Dias & Mr. Nilesh Kelkar
    4 AQUILA Workshop SAE INDIA AERO VJTI CLUB 11-04-2015-12-04-2015 Prof. Megha Janbandhu
    5 MIS Training Workshop NPIU 26-03-2015-27-03-2015 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    6 AUTOSTROKE Workshop Codex Design 23-01-2015-25-01-2015 Prof. Megha Janbandhu
    7 Advance Pressure Vessel Design and Analysis L & T 26-05-2014-30-05-2014 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    8 Advance Course on Excel For Engineers Shirsh Design Solutions 14-09-2013-15-09-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    9 PLC programming
    Christiani & Sharpline
    20-09-2013-22-09-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    10 PLC programming 27-09-2013-29-09-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar and Prof. Sachin Vankar
    11 Training Program on ANSYS CFD & ANSYS Introductory Shirsh Design Solutions 28-08-2013-31-08-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    12 Training on AUTOCAD ECIL Ltd. 01-10-2013-31-10-2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    13 Industry-Institue-Meet SPCE 29-10-13-29-10-13 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    15 Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) DESIGNTECH SYSTEMS LTD. AND SIEMENS 21-03-13-21-03-13 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    16 Reverse Engineering and Product Development DESIGN CONSULTANCY SERVICES (DSC) AND PARAMETRIC TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION (PTC) 22-03-13-22-03-13 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    17 Web Based Management Information System (WBMIS) SPCE 24-04-12-26-04-12 Dr. R.B.Buktar
    18 CFD Software Training on " ANSYS Fluent 12.0 " SPCE 26-12-11-06-01-12 Dr. R.S.Maurya
    19 CFD fundamental & Software Training SPCE 05-07-10-16-07-10 Dr. Kalamkar
    20 CFD fundamental & Software Training SPCE 04-07-11-15-07-11 Dr. R.S.Maurya
    Sr.no. Title of Lecture Delivered at Branch/Class Delivered by Date
    1 "Lean Six Sigma in Supply Chain" Sinhgad College of Engg. Pune STTP on Supply Chain & Operations Management -2015 Dr.S.B.Rane 03/06/15
    2 "Lean Project Management" Thakur College of Engineering and Technology, Mumbai Third year Mechanical Engineering Dr.S.B.Rane 01/08/14
    3 "Importance of CFD its scope and Applications" D.J. Sanghvi college of Engg. Mumbai SAE student Chapter of Mech . Dept. Dr.R.S.Maurya 12/02/14
    4 "I.C.Engines" M.H.Saboo Siddik Polytechnic, Mumbai B.E.(Mechanical) Prof.S.S.Umale 15/02/14
    5 "Virtual Manufacturing" Saraswati College of Engg. Navi Mumbai ISTE approved STTP Dr.R.B.Buktar 20/12/13

    Course Attended 2015-16

    Sr. No Title of Course Organizing Institute Date Name of Faculty AICTE/TEQIP/ISTE
    1 Outcomes Based Education BMS College of Engineering 09/01/2015       To 10/01/2015 Dr.R.B.Buktar & Dr. N.R.Raykar Under TEQIP
    2 Training on MCEP IIM Trichy 18/01/2015       To 22/01/2015 Dr. N.R.Raykar Under TEQIP
    3 3 D Printing IIT Bombay 02/11/2015       To 04/11/2015 Prof. Kiran Bhole Under TEQIP
    4 Finite Element Methods for Engineering Applications S.V. National Institute of Technology 30/11/2015       To 04/12/2015 Prof.D.N.Jadhav, Dr.R.S.Maurya & Prof. Kunal Bhavsar Under TEQIP
    5 LaTex Workshop IIT,Bombay 29/08/2015 Prof. Megha J. Nagrale
    6 Advances in Micro Manufacturing COEP 01/06/2015       To 12/06/2015 Prof. Megha J. Nagrale
    7 Fundamentals of Engg Tribology with application IIT,Delhi 07/12/2015       To 11/12/2015 Prof. Sachin Vankar Under TEQIP
    8 Processing, Formability & Design IIT,Bombay 13/02/2015       To 14/02/2015 Prof. Sachin Vankar Under TEQIP
    9 Micro Electromechanical system (MEMS): Design, Fabrication & Characterization SPCE 04/01/2015       To 08/01/2015 Prof. Shaikh Haseen M. & Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    10 Formulation of Research and Development Initiatives for Scientist and Technologist Engineering Staff College of India, Hyderabad 08/02/2016       To 11/02/2016 Dr. K. S. Bhole Under TEQIP
    11 Hands-on training workshop on fabrication of MEMS sensor IIT Bombay 11/04/2016       To 15/04/2016 Dr. K. S. Bhole INUP project of DIT, MCIT of Govt. of India.
    12 Solidification & Welding: Advances in Science & Technology IIT Bombay, MED 28/10/2015       To 31/10/2015 Prof. Shaikh Haseen M. & Prof. Sharad Valvi Under TEQIP
    13 Decision making in Operation management and Supply Chain management IIT-Delhi 15/02/2016       To 19/02/2016 Dr. S.B.Rane Under TEQIP

    Course Attended 2014-15

    Sr. No Title of course Organizing institute Date Name of faculty AICTE/TEQIP/ISTE
    1 Environment Management Framework (EMF) & Procurement SPFU Gujrat 27/05/2014 28/05/2014 Dr.R.S. Maurya Under TEQIP
    2 Best practices in curriculum development of Mechanical Engg. Walchand College of Engg. Sangli 27/06/2014 Dr.R.B.Buktar & Dr.R.S. Maurya Under TEQIP
    3 IPR & ethical issues in Engineering: Become Innovators EQUATE 23/06/2014 25/06/2014 Dr. S.B.Rane Under TEQIP
    4 CFD-Fundamentals & Software Training Dept. of Mech.Engg, VNIT Nagpur 26/02/2014 02/03/2014 Prof.S.S.Umale Under TEQIP
    5 Workshop on Fluid Mechanics Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur 20/05/2014 30/05/2014 Prof.S.S.Umale
    & Prof. Megha Janbandhu
    Under TEQIP
    6 Overview of Nuclear Engineering and its Applications Dept. of Metallurgy & Material Science 16/06/2014 27/06/2014 Prof. Sachin Vankar Under TEQIP
    7 STTP on Recent Trends in Solar & Wind Energy Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal (M.P.) India 07/02/2014 11/02/2014 Prof. B.N.Bhasme Under TEQIP
    8 Building Excellence in Professional Higher Education Institutes ISB, Hydrabad 19/01/2014 21/01/2014 Dr. R.B. Buktar Under TEQIP
    9 Post Graduate Certificate in Advance Project Management SPJIMR 18/10/2013 23/02/2014 Dr.S.B.Rane Under TEQIP
    10 Simulation of Manufacturing Systems Fr.CRCE, Bandra 13/03/2015 14/03/2015 Prof.Megha Janbandhu Nagrale Under TEQIP
    11 TEQIP-II: Best Policies and Practices SGGSIE &T Nanded 10/01/2014 11/01/2014 Dr.R.B.Buktar Under TEQIP
    12 From Campus to Corporate Engg. Staff college of India, Hyderabad 22-02-2014 23-02-2014 Dr.R.B.Buktar Under TEQIP
    13 Interpersonal Skill & Management Sardar Patel College of Engg. Andheri(w) Mumbai-58 30/06/2014 4/07/2014 Prof.Sachin Vankar
    Prof.Kunal Bhavsar
    Prof. Balwant Bhasme
    Prof.D.N.Jadhav
    Under TEQIP
    14 Advances in Manufacturing Processes IIT Bombay 11/08/2014 16/08/2014 Prof. Sachin Vankar Under TEQIP
    15 Indian Sustainability Congress NIMHANS Convention Center, Banglore 21/08/2014 22/08/2014 Dr.R.S.Maurya Under TEQIP
    16 Certificate program in training Skills LAVASA Rutgers University & LAVASA 18/09/2014 21/09/2104 Dr.R.B.Buktar Under TEQIP
    17 Certificate program in training Skills LAVASA Rutgers University & LAVASA 12/09/2014 16/09/2104 Prof.S.S.Umale Under TEQIP
    18 Entrepreneurship Development AICTE , New Delhi 19/09/2014 Dr. S.B.Rane Under TEQIP
    19 Recent Trends in Heat Exchangers Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engg. & Management. 22/09/2014 26/09/2104 Prof.S.S.Umale Under TEQIP
    20 Industry-Institute-Partnership Cell MSBTE,Mumbai 09/10/2014 11/10/2014 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    21 Analysis & Design of Classic Control Systems IITB 10/11/2014 14/11/2014 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    22 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics through experiments. IITB 22/12/2014 26/12/2014 Prof. Balwant Bhasme Under TEQIP
    23 Steel Sheet: Processing, Formability & Design IITB 13/02/14 14/02/14/td> Prof.Sachin Vankar Under TEQIP
    24 AUTOCAD 2 IGTR, Mumbai 27/11/14 12/12/14 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    25 MHRDs National Mission for Teachers & Administrators Management Capacity Enhancement Program. IIM Indore 12/01/2015 18/01/2015 Dr.R.B.Buktar Prof.D.N.Jadhav Under TEQIP
    26 Enhancing Organizational Performance through IT GOA 09/02/2015 To 13/09/2015 Dr.R.B.Buktar Prof.Nilesh Raykar Under TEQIP
    27 Best Practices in Outcome based Curicula Design and Pedagogy Alignment YASHDA, Pune 09/02/2015 13/09/2015 Prof.S.S.Umale Under TEQIP
    28 Workshop on Supply Chain Management IIT, Kanpur 04/02/2015 08/02/2015 Dr.S.B.Rane Under TEQIP
    29 Objective & Outcome Based Education System.(OOBES) SPCE & EQUATE, Pvt.Ltd. Delhi 10/07/2014 12/07/2014 Dr.S.B.Rane, Prof.Megha Janbandhu, Prof.Kunal Bhavsar & Prof.D.N.Jadhav Under TEQIP
    30 MIS Training Workshop NPIU, SPFU & SPCE 26/03/2015 27/03/2015 Prof.Kunal Bhavsar Under TEQIP
    31 Enhancement of the student Mentor Program and identifying good Academic-Administrative practices MHRD-IITB 28/03/2015 29/03/2015 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    32 Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Course Indian statistical Institute, Mumbai 13-18 Oct 2014 24-29 Nov 2014 Dr.S.B.Rane Under TEQIP
    33 Advances in Micro Manufacturing COEP, Pune 01/06/2015
    12/06/2015
    Prof.Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP

    Course Attended 2013

    Sr. No Title of Course Organizing Institute Date Name of Faculty AICTE/TEQIP/ISTE
    1 Management development programme on multivariate data analysis Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur. 03/06/2013       To 08/06/2013 Dr. R.B.Buktar &
    Dr. S.B. Rane
    under TEQIP
    2 Seminar and Workshop on Vehicle Dynamics :Students Class CAEXpert Training Programs 16/10/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale Under TEQIP
    3 Advances in I.C. Engine and Emission Control Technologies Rajarambapu Institute of Technology 08/08/2013       To 12/08/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale under TEQIP
    4 QIP Short term Course On Engineering Pedagogy and Curriculum Development Indian Institute of Science -Bangalore 19/08/2013       To 23/08/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale under TEQIP
    5 Failure Analysis of Engineering Materials Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering V.N.I.T Nagpur 18/04/2013       To 20/04/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale under TEQIP
    6 Emerging Trends in Project Management V.J.T.I Mumbai 21/10/2013       To 25/10/2013 Prof.S.R. Vankar under TEQIP
    7 Product Design Validation Using Finite Element Analysis S.P.C.E Mumbai 24/06/2013       To 28/06/2013 Prof.S.R. Vankar under TEQIP
    8 Soft Computing Tools and its Applications in Engineering Government College of Engineering Aurangabad 3/06/2013       To 07/06/2013 Prof.S.R. Vankar under TEQIP
    9 Online on Piping Engineering Course IITB 19/07/2013       To 20/07/2013 Dr.Nilesh Raikar Prof.B.N. Bhasme Prof.Kunal Bhavsar Under TEQIP
    10 CFD Applications & Engineering Analysis using computing softwares V.J.T.I., MUMBAI 11/11/2013       To 15/11/1013 Prof. P.K. Muley Under TEQIP
    11 Training on Management Capacity Enhancement for Administrators IIM Indore 24/11/2013       To 30/11/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale Under TEQIP
    12 Advances in Control Systems IITB 19/12/2013       To 23/12/2013 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    13 Research Avenues in Bio Engineering Dept. of Mech.Engg, VNIT Nagpur 09/12/2013       To 13/12/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale Under TEQIP
    14 Workplace Motivation Flagship HR Solutions Pvt. Ltd. 22/02/2013       To 23/02/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale &
    Dr.R.B. Buktar
    Under TEQIP
    15 eFMR / PMSS College of Engineering Pune 13/06/2013       To 14/06/2013 Dr. R.S. Maurya Under TEQIP
    16 Management Capacity Enhancement Program IIM, Indore 24/11/2013       To 30/11/2013 Prof.S.S. Umale Under TEQIP
    17 Three days Workshop on Finite Element Analysis (FEA) IIT, Hydrabad 17/02/2013       To 19/02/2013 Prof. D.N.Jadhav Under TEQIP
    18 Training Program on " Advances in Robotics " VNIT, Nagpur 29/04/2013       To 31/04/2013 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    19 Outcome Based Accreditation for Stack Holders MMIMS, Mukesh Patel School of Technology Managament & Engineering, Mumbai Phese I - 29/04/2013
    Phase II - 09/05/2013       To 11/05/2013
    Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    20 Training Program on " Turbulent Jets and Plumes : Theory and Applications " IITB 14/01/2013       To 18/01/2013 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    21 Training Program on " Fundamentals of Numerical Computing " VNIT, Nagpur 10/12/2012       To 14/12/2013 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    22 " How to write Course Learning Objectives and attended Research Based Instructional Strategies " Government College of Engineering, Pune 06/12/2012       To 07/12/2013 Prof. Megha Janbandhu Under TEQIP
    23 " Faculty Leadership development Programme " SAE INDIA 21/06/2013       To 22/06/2013 Prof. S.S.Umale Under TEQIP
    24 MHRD's National Mission for Teachers Management Capacity Enhancement Programme IIM-Indore 16/01/2013       To 25/01/2013 Dr. S.B. Rane Under TEQIP

    Course Attended 2011

    Sr. No Title of course Organizing institute Date Name of faculty AICTE/TEQIP/ISTE
    1 Industrial Automation Training on Programmable logic Controller S7 - 300 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. 12/12/2011       To 14/12/2011 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    2 Robotics with Boe - Bot and Lynxmotion ALSA Xavier institute of Engineeering 23/08/2011       To 24/08/2011 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    3 National Robotics contest National Robotics contest, Pune 2011 02/03/2011       To 05/03/2011 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    4 Excellence in Maintainance Engineering Sardar Patel College of Engineering 12/12/2011       To 24/12/2011 Dr. R.S. Maurya Under TEQIP
    5 " Two week ISTE Workshop on Heat Transfer " IITB 29/11/2010       To 10/12/2011 Prof. P.K.Muley Under ICT (MHRD)
    6 " Two week ISTE Workshop on Thermodynamics in Mechnaical Engineering " IITB 14/06/2011       To 24/06/2011 Prof. P.K.Muley Under ICT (MHRD)
    7 " DST Sponsored SERC SCHOOL ON COMBUSTION IN ENERGY SECTOR " IITB 07/06/2011       To 11/06/2011 Prof. P.K.Muley -
    8 " Advances in Manufacturing and Micromachining Techniques" V.J.T.I. Mumbai 14/11/2011       To 18/11/2011 Dr. S. B. Rane -

    Course Attended 2012

    Sr. No Title of course Organizing institute Date Name of faculty AICTE/TEQIP/ISTE
    1 Control Systems IITB 03/12/2012       To 07/12/2012 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    2 TRIZ and Taguchi methods using Innovation and Optimization IITB 11/08/2012       To 16/08/2012 Prof.S.R. Vankar & Dr. S. B. Rane Under TEQIP
    3 Participated in one week ISTE - STTP on " ANSYS Software " Rajendra Mane College of Engineering and Technology 24/12/2012       To 28/12/2012 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    4 Engineering Thermodynamics IITB 11/12/2012       To 21/12/2012 Prof.S.S. Umale Under TEQIP
    5 ANSYS Fluent 12.0 Sardar Patel College of Engineering 26/12/2011       To 06/01/2012 Dr. R.S. Maurya Under TEQIP
    6 Web Based Management Information System (WBMIS) NPIU at ICT,Matunga 18/04/2012       To 19/04/2012 Dr. R.B.Buktar Under TEQIP
    7 " Introduction to Research Methodologies " IIT Bombay and Thakur College of Engineering, Kandivali 25/06/2012       To 04/07/2012 Prof. P.K.Muley Under ISTE
    8 Industrial Engineering Tools and Techniques V.J.T.I. Mumbai 12/03/2012       To 16/03/2012 Dr.S. B. Rane Under TEQIP
    9 Neural Networks Fr.C.R.C.E., Mumbai 17/02/2012       To 18/02/2012 Dr.S. B. Rane Under TEQIP
    10 MHRD's National Mission for Teachers,Consultation Programme-2012 IIM Indore 14/12/2012       To 15/12/2012 Dr.S. B. Rane Under TEQIP

    Course Attended 2010

    Sr. No Title of course Organizing institute Date Name of faculty AICTE/TEQIP/ISTE
    1 Design with 8051 Microcontroller Sardar Patel College of Engineering 19/03/2010       To 20/03/2010 Prof.S.R. Vankar Under TEQIP
    2 " Advances in Thermal Engineering " RGIT,Andheri 21/06/2010       To 25/06/2010 Prof. P.K.Muley Under ISTE
    3 " Advances in Turbine & Boiler Design & Maintenance Practices " Reliance Enrgy, Dahanu Thermal Power Station 22/06/2010       To 24/06/2010 Prof. P.K.Muley -

    PG Program

    Degree Stream Duration Intake
    M. Tech.(Mechanical) Machine Design 2 Years(Full Time) 13 + 5*
    M. Tech.(Mechanical) Thermal Engineering 2 Years(Full Time) 13 + 5*
    Programme Educational Objectives for M.Tech. (Machine Design)

    1.  Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering to improve lives and subsistence through a successful career in Design Engineering  and associated fields
    2.  Graduates will become academicians, researchers and consultants to address social, technical and business challenges.
    3.  Graduate will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.
    Programme Educational Objectives for M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering)

    1.  Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering to improve lives and subsistence through a successful career in Thermal Engineering  and associated fields
    2.  Graduates will become academicians, researchers and consultants to address social, technical and business challenges
    3.  Graduate will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.
    Programme Outcomes for M.Tech. (Machine Design)

    After successful completion of M.Tech. (Machine Design) programme, the graduate will have:

    1.  Extensive knowledge of Machine Design discipline with an ability to associate this learning to identify, assess, analyse and integrate new knowledge areas and contribute towards enrichment of the disciplinary knowledge.
    2.  An ability to perform investigation of complex engineering problems by applying both analytical and creative thinking and arrive at wide range of potential solutions and further evaluate them considering public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental factors.
    3.  A skill to undertake research by applying appropriate research methodologies such as literature survey, design/ conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and conceptualise solutions that leads to scientific/ technological development.
    4.  An ability to create, apply and adapt techniques using modern engineering and IT tools for modelling and analysis of engineering systems.
    5.  An ability to communicate effectively and to function in collaborative-multidisciplinary team activities.
    6.  An ability to demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects and its financial aspects.
    7.  To continuously do independent and reflective learning in order to improve upon one’s skills and abilities and to engage in lifelong learning.
    8.  Responsiveness towards development of society, professionalism and ethics.
    Programme Outcomes for M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering)

    After successful completion of M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering) programme, the graduate will have:

    1.  Extensive knowledge of Thermal Engineering discipline with an ability to associate this learning to identify, assess, analyse and integrate new knowledge areas and contribute towards enrichment of the disciplinary knowledge.
    2.  An ability to perform investigation of complex engineering problems by applying both analytical and creative thinking and arrive at wide range of potential solutions and further evaluate them considering public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental factors.
    3.  A skill to undertake research by applying appropriate research methodologies such as literature survey, design/ conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and conceptualise solutions that leads to scientific/ technological development.
    4.  An ability to create, apply and adapt techniques using modern engineering and IT tools for modelling and analysis of engineering systems.
    5.  An ability to communicate effectively and to function in collaborative-multidisciplinary team activities.
    6.  An ability to demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects and its financial aspects.
    7.  To continuously do independent and reflective learning in order to improve upon one’s skills and abilities and to engage in lifelong learning.
    8.  Responsiveness towards development of society, professionalism and ethics.

    M.Tech. Thermal Engineering - Project Batch 2013-15

    SR. NO. TITLE OF PROJECT STUDENT NAME PHOTO GUIDE INDUSTRY UNIVERSITY REG. NO.
    1 A NUMERICAL INRESTIGATION OF HEAT TRANSFER AND PRESSURE CHANGE IN TRAILING EDGE CAVITY OF A TURBINE BLADE AKSHAY ARUN BANAYE PROF. KUNAL BHAVSAR IN HOUSE SPC-404 27/09/2013
    2 DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL SETUP FOR MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY BY TRANSIENT LINE SOURCE METHOD SUDHIR KUMAR EDAKE PROF S.S. UMALE IN HOUSE SPC-424
    3 COOLING WATER NETWORK PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION USING EXPERIMENTAL & NUMERICAL ANALYSIS HRISHIKESH SHANKAR EPTE DR.R.S. MAURYA RELIANCE ENERGY SPC-405
    4 CFD INVESTIGATION OF AIR VELOCITY AND TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION IN A ROOM EQUIPPED WITH ACTIVE CHILLED BEAM AIR-CONDITIONING GAJMAL ADARSH ANIRUDRA PROF. KUNAL BHAVSAR IN HOUSE SPC-425
    5 EXERGY ANALYSIS OF A HIGH PRESSURE STEAM GENERATOR VIVEK MILIND GANVIR PROF. B. N. BHASME MAHAGENCO KORADI TPS NAGPUR SPC-426
    6 DETERMINATION OF HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT AND FRICTION FACTOR CORRELATIONS OF OFFSET FIN IN A FLAT TUBE USING CFD ANALYSIS KEKARE RUSHIKESH SARJERAO DR.R.S. MAURYA TATA-TOYO RADIATOR SPC-427
    7 CFD ANALYSIS OF AIR CIRCULATION OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT SULEKHA CHARUDATTA MEHER PROF S.S. UMALE TATA POWER SED SPC-406
    8 CFD PREDICTION OF SURFACE CONDENSATION PATIL OMKAR BALWANT PROF R.S. MAURYA BARC/td> SPC-428
    9 HEATING AND COOLING OF AIR USING GROUND HEAT ENERGY SOURCE-A NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION V BABITA DEVDAS DR.R.S. MAURYA IN HOUSE SPC-403
    10 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF HEAT TRANSFER AUGMENTATION THROUGH A PIPE USING TWISTED TAPES YOGESH BHIMRAO RAKATE PROF. KUNAL BHAVSAR IN HOUSE SPC-430
    11 EFFECT OF FLOW MALDISTRIBUTION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPACT HEAT EXCHANGER RAUL APPASAHEB KASHINATH PROF. B. N. BHASME IN HOUSE SPC-429
    12 INVESTIGATION OF TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE BEHAVIOR OF PRESSURE VESSEL UNDER TRANSIENT CONDITION SANDEEP SUBHASH SAMANE PROF S.S. UMALE IN HOUSE SPC-431
    13 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF GAS TUREBINE BLADE COOLING USING JET IMPINGEMENT TECHNIQUE SHAIKH ABDUL AZIZ ABDUL HAMID DR.R.S. MAURYA IN HOUSE SPC-407
    14 EXERGY AND ENERGY ANALYSIS OF SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER PLANT ASHWIN SANJAY SHENDE PROF S.S. UMALE IN HOUSE SPC-432
    15 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS ON CONDENSATION INDUCED WATER HAMMER RAJGANESH SHIVARAMAN PROF S.S. UMALE BARC MUMBAI SPC-433
    16 STUDY OF FLOW STRUCTURE DEVELOPED AROUND SUCTION PIPE OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMP AT DIFFERENT OPERATING CONDITION MAHESH SHIVAJI TAWADE DR.R.S. MAURYA IN HOUSE SPC-408
    17 EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF REFRIGERANT BLENDS USED IN VAPOUR COMPRESSION SYSTEM GIRISH KISHOR WAGHDHARE PROF. B. N. BHASME IN HOUSE SPC-434
    18 ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT OF A STERILIZING PLANT THROUGH CONDENSATE HEAT RECOVERY YAWALKAR BABASAHEB BHAGWAN PROF S.S. UMALE PEPSICO INDIA PVT. LTD. ROHA SPC-435

    M.Tech. Thermal Engineering - Project Batch 2012-14

    SR. NO. NAME OF THE STUDENT PROJECT AREA GUIDE NAME
    1 AJUGIA KARTIK MAHESH SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER PROF. KUNAL BHAVSAR
    2 DABIR SHAHAB AHMED HANIF TURBOCHARGING IN I.C. ENGINES PROF. S.S. UMALE
    3 KANGANE HARSHAD MAHADEV MIXED GAS REFRIGERATION PROF. B.N. BHASME
    4 KHAN REHAN SALAHUDDIN CFD ANALYSIS FOR AERODYNAMICS OF HIGH SPEED CARS PROF. S.S. UMALE
    5 PAL DURGESHKUMAR KAILASHNATH NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION of AIR SIDE PERFORMANCE OF FIN AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER WITH VARIOUS FIN PATTERNS PROF. S.S. UMALE
    6 PANHALE AKSHAY RAMNATH GRINDING MACHINING Dr. R.S. MAURYA
    7 POKHARKAR TUSHAR BALASAHEB SURFACE AIR FLOW DISTRIBUTION PROF. KUNAL BHAVSAR
    8 RADHAKRISHNAN RAJARAM EMISSIONS DUE TO BIOFUELS Dr. R.S. MAURYA
    9 SAMBARE AMOGH ANIL TRANSIENT HEAT TRANSFER Dr. R.S. MAURYA
    10 SHAIKH ABDULLA ANWAR PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER Dr. R.S. MAURYA
    11 SHAIKH MOHAMMED FAIZAN ZUBAIR AHMED COMPARISON OF BIODIESEL AND DIESEL ENGINE PROF. S.S. UMALE
    12 SIDDIQUE UMAIR IMRAN THERMAL POWER PLANT PROF. S.S. UMALE
    13 THAKARE RAHUL SUNIL CFD ANALYSIS OF POLYMER QUENCHIN PROCESS FOR EN09 STEEL PROF. S.S. UMALE
    14 VALSE MUKUND RAJARAM VEHICLE CABIN COOLING Dr. R.S. MAURYA
    15 YADAV ROHIT KAILAS SOLAR CHIMNEY Dr. R.S. MAURYA

    M.Tech. Thermal Engineering - Project Batch 2011-13

    Sr.No. Student Name Project Title Guide
    1 AZMI SHAHREYAR NISAR AHMAD Numerical Analysis of a shell & Tube Heat Exchanger for Heat Transfer Enhancement Prof.P.K.Muley
    2 BANGE PRATHAMESH GOVIND A numerical study of impact of droplet on hydrophobic surface Prof.P.K.Muley
    3 BASTE SHRIKANT VISHNU Emission and vibration characteristics of pongamia pinnata (karanja) Biodiesel and Its Blending in CI Engines Dr.A.V.Bhonsale
    4 BIDWAIK AKASH S. Dr.R S Maurya
    5 HUNDIWALE AJAY SHRIKANT 1.5 TR Hybrid Air Conditioning system Dr.R.R.Easow
    6 KANE PRAJAKTA LALIT Low energy cooling techniques for residential structures in Mumbai Dr.R.R.Easow
    7 KATIRA VINIT RAJENDRA Experimental and Numerical investigation on Melting and solidification of pure lead in enclosures Dr. R S Maurya
    8 KOTHMIRE PRAMOD POPAT Design & development of vortex tube for room cooling application Dr. R S Maurya
    9 MOHAMMED KASHIF ABDUL REHMAN Dr.A.V.Bhonsale
    10 MOMIN MOHAMMED TAHA ABDUL S, Numerical simulation of baffle orientation in shell & tube heat exchanger using porous media model Dr. R S Maurya
    11 PATIL NILESH BALU Experimental Investigation on Radiant Cooling Dr.R.R.Easow
    12 SAMANTA ABHIJIT AMARES Low Energy Cooling of Big office Building Dr.R.R.Easow
    13 SATAM AMIT ASHOK Theoretical and numerical Analysis of surface condenser Tube Arrangement Dr.R S Maurya
    14 SHAHBUDDIN AHMED Prof.P.K.Muley
    15 SHEIKH SHOEB AJIJUDDIN A numerical study of evaporation of droplet on hydrophobic sureface Dr.A.V.Bhonsale
    16 VANAVE BABASO TUKARAM Achieving to net zero energy building Dr.R.R.Easow

    M.Tech. Machine Design - Project Batch 2012-14

    Sr.No. Student Name Title of Project Guide
    1 P PATRICA ABRAHAM FATIGUE & VIBRATION ANALYSIS ON CRANKSHAFT ASSEMBLY OF TRIPLEX RECIPROCATING PUMP Prof. D. N. Jadhav
    2 GEORGE JOSEPH ANALYSIS AND RE-ENGINEERING OF CRADLE OF A ROCKET LAUNCHER Prof. D. N. Jadhav
    3 BHESANIYA KALPESHKUMAR J. LIFE PREDICTION OF ACETYLENE CONVERTER REACTOR SUBJECTED TO FATIGUE LOADING Prof. D. N. Jadhav
    4 PATEL NILESH JAYANTBHAI ANALYSIS OF REACTOR LIMPET COIL Prof. D. N. Jadhav
    5 SIDDIQUI REHAN MUNIRUDDIN FRACTURE ANALYSIS OF AXIAL AND CIRCUMFERENTIAL CRACKS IN PIPES Prof. D. N. Jadhav
    6 ANSARI NADEEM MD. AYYUB SYSTEM SIMULATION AND DESIGN OF SCISSOR LIFT PALLET TRUCK USING CAD Dr. R. B. Buktar
    7 MAHESHKUMAR VANKATRAO DANGE OPTIMIZATION OF CAR FRONT BUMPER FOR LOW SPEED IMPACT USING CAD & CAE Dr. R. B. Buktar
    8 ANIKET KAMALAKAR PATIL DESIGN AUTOMATION OF A HYDRAULIC ACTUATOR USING CADs’ API WITH THE HELP OF PARAMETRIC DESIGN Dr. R. B. Buktar
    9 PATIL VIJAY SHAMRAO DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOT PAINT Dr. R. B. Buktar
    10 VINAYAK PRAKASH SURYAWANSHI INDEPTH PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF CNC MACHINE Dr. R. B. Buktar
    11 NARVEL YAHYA ABDUL MAJID RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT IN ACB Prof. S. B. Rane
    12 GREEGORY MATHEW RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT OF MCCB Prof. S. B. Rane
    13 SHAIKH SAAD ABDUL LATIF RELIABILITY UPGRADATION OF INTERNAL ACCESSORIES OF DSINE MCCB Prof. S. B. Rane
    14 HEMANT MAHADEV MORE VALUE ENGINEERING IN ACB Prof. S. B. Rane

    M.Tech. Machine Design - Project Batch 2013-15

    SR. NO. TITLE OF PROJECT NAME OF STUDENT PHOTO GUIDE NAME OF THE INDUSTRY UNIV. REG. NO.
    1. NON-LINEAR FATIGUE ANALYSIS OF DEWAXING HEAT EXCHANGER BHANDE CHAKRADHAR KALIDAS PROF.D.N.JADHAV IDEAMETRICS PVT. LTD. PUNE SPC-436
    2. DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN GUIDELINES BY PARAMETRIC FEA FOR SUBASSEMBLIES OF SURFACE CONDENSER BHORE YOGESH SHRIRANG PROF.D.N.JADHAV LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-437
    3. STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF IMPACT AND FATIGUE PROPERTIES BEHAVIOUR ON COMPOSITE MATERIAL FOR MARINE APPLICATION CHANKHORE SUJIT SHIVAJI DR. NILESH RAYKAR LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-438
    4. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DESIGN OF STIFFENING RINGS TO RESIST BUCKLING OF CYLINDRICAL PROCESS EQUIPMENT SUBJECT TO EXTERNAL PRESSURE EMPLOYING DESIGN BY ANALYSIS METHOD CHIKODE SNEHANKUSH SHAMRAO DR. NILESH RAYKAR IN HOUSE SPC-439
    5. MODELLING OF HYDROGEN ASSISTED STRESS CORROSION CRACKING IN ROUND SPECIMEN WITH ANNULAR CRACK KATCHI KAISAR IQBAL DR. NILESH RAYKAR IN HOUSE SPC-409
    6. APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE BASE ENGINEERING IN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY KULKARNI RUTUJA SURENDRA DR. R. B. BUKTAR TATA MOTORS SPC-410
    7. IMPLIMENTATION OF DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY MORE NILESH KAILAS DR. R. B. BUKTAR D-ESPAT PVT. LTD., CHENNAI SPC-411
    8. APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN PRESSURE VESSEL DESIGN PATIL DIPAK SOPAN PROF.D.N.JADHAV LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-440
    9. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SWITCHBOARD MODULE MECHANISM AND ITS RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT PATIL RANJIT ANIL DR. S. B. RANE LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-413
    10. DESIGN AND DEVELOP GEAR PUMP TEST RIG AND STUDY PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF PUMP USING INDUSTRIAL OILS. PATIL MAMTA NARAYAN DR. S. B. RANE IN HOUSE SPC-412
    11. ASSESSMENT OF RELIABILITY OF SPRING CHARGING MECHANISM OF AIR CIRCUIT BREAKER PATIL SAGAR SHARAD DR. S. B. RANE LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-441
    12. DEVELOPMENT OF COMPONENTS FOR SPACE APPLICATION USING COMPOSITE MATERIALS PHAKADE NITISH BALU DR. NILESH RAYKAR LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-442
    13. DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF AXIALLY SPLIT FOUR STAGE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP FOR OIL INDUSTRY PORE ANIKET ASHOK DR. NILESH RAYKAR KIRLOSKAR BROTHERS, PUNE SPC-443
    14. PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT (PLM) IMPLEMENTATION IN HEAVY ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES TO ACCELERATE PRODUCTIVITY SHIRALE GANGAPRASAD S. DR. R. B. BUKTAR LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-444
    15. APPLICATION OF D.O.E. IN SHEET METAL INDUSTRIES SONAWANE ATUL S. DR. S. B. RANE BRICS & BYTE PVT. LTD. THANE SPC-445
    16. INTEGRITY AND STABILITY ANALYSIS FOR FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC STORAGE VESSEL VAJIR ASHISH MAHENDRA PROF.D.N.JADHAV TOYO ENGINEERING INDIA, MUMBAI SPC-414
    17. DESIGN OF ROLL DRIVE FOR MODEL INCIDENCE MECHANISM OF WIND TUNNEL SYSTEM WAGHMARE ANUP SIDDHARTH PROF.D.N.JADHAV LARSEN & TOUBRO SPC-446
    18. REVERSE ENGINEERING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT WAKHARKAR VYANKATESH DR. R. B. BUKTAR 3D MAGIC INFO SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD, PUNE SPC-447

    PG Assistant 2013-14

    Academic Term Name of PG Teaching Assistant Branch
    Term-I Dabir Shahab Hanif Thermal (Non Gate)
    Shaikh Mohammed Faizan Thermal (Non Gate)
    Siddiqui Rehan M. M/c Design (Non Gate )
    Patil Aniket K. M/c Design (Non Gate )
    Bhesaniya Kalpesh M/c Design (Gate )
    Dange Maheshkumar M/c Design (Gate )
    Joseph George M/c Design (Gate )
    Greegory Mathew M/c Design (Gate )
    More Hemant M/c Design (Gate )
    Patel Nilesh M/c Design (Gate )
    Patil Vijay M/c Design (Gate )
    Suryawanshi Vinayak M/c Design (Gate )
    Panhale Akshay R. Thermal (Gate)
    Sambare Amogh A. Thermal (Gate)
    Thakare Rahul S. Thermal (Gate)
    Durgesh Pal Thermal (Gate)
    Term-II Dabir Shahab Hanif Thermal (Non Gate)
    Shaikh Mohammed Faizan Thermal (Non Gate)
    Siddiqui Rehan M. M/c Design (Non Gate )
    Patil Aniket K. M/c Design (Non Gate )
    Bhesaniya Kalpesh M/c Design (Gate )
    Dange Maheshkumar M/c Design (Gate )
    Joseph George M/c Design (Gate )
    Greegory Mathew M/c Design (Gate )
    More Hemant M/c Design (Gate )
    Patel Nilesh M/c Design (Gate )
    Patil Vijay M/c Design (Gate )
    Suryawanshi Vinayak M/c Design (Gate )
    Panhale Akshay R. Thermal (Gate)
    Sambare Amogh A. Thermal (Gate)
    Thakare Rahul S. Thermal (Gate)
    Durgesh Pal Thermal (Gate)

    PG Assistant 2012-13

    Academic Year 2012-13
    Academic Term Name of PG Teaching Assistant
    Term-I Baste Shrikant Vishnu
    Term-II Baste Shrikant Vishnu

    PASSING STATISTICS (in %)OF M.TECH. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FROM 2012-13 TO 2014-15

    YEAR 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
    SEMESTER Machine Design Thermal Engineering Machine Design Thermal Engineering Machine Design Thermal Engineering
    I 80 75 72.222 88.8889 83.333 83.333
    II 84.71429 73.333 77.777 94.444 72.222 83.333
    III 100 100 100 100 100 100
    IV 100 100 100 100 100 100

    Year Wise Bar Chart

    M.Tech. Machine Design - Project Batch 2011-13

    SR.NO. STUDENT NAME TITLE OF PROJECT GUIDE
    1. AITAVADE NILESH SANJAY Design and analysis of Blast resistant door Prof.D.N.Jadhav
    2 CHODHARI SANKET SHARAD STRESS ANALYSIS OF NOZZLE TO HEAD JUNCTION BY FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
    3 *GADKAR JAYSHREE ARUN ESTIMATION & VALIDATION OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR FOR PIPE FITTINGS
    4 KULKARNI SHREYAS KIRAN Analytical and numerical study of wind induced vibration on steel chimney
    5 JADHAV UTKAL SUDHIR Application Of Virtual Reality In Computer Aided Process Planning Prof.R.B.Buktar
    6 HUSAIN IQBAL UMAR Application Of Concurrent Engineering In Automotive Industry
    7 MARWADI SWAPNIL BHARAT “Development Of Methodology for fitness for service Assessment of process Equipment Using API 579-1/ASME F&S -1 2007”
    8 NALASKAR SACHIT GANGADHARRAO Dr.S.B.Rane
    9 POTDAR PRATHMESH RAMKRISHNA “Assessment &improvement of the reliability of moulded case circuit breaker mechanism”
    10 PUDKE PALLAVI J. “Design &analysis of saddle support: A case study in pressure vessel design and consulting industry “
    11 SHIRODE KALPESH DILIP COMPRATION OF UHX & TEMA TUBE SHEET THICNESS & VALIDATE BY FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
    12 TORPE YUVRAJ JAGDISH Dr.R S Maurya

    Doctoral Program

    Vision
    To establish as a Distinguished Centre of Excellence for Research in Mechanical Engineering and allied fields; to contribute significantly in service to the nation and mankind.

    Mission

    • To undertake projects based on Industry Institute Collaboration in Long Term
    • To develop the Need based Technological Solutions to serve the mankind and nation in better fashion.
    • To nurture responsible leaders and pioneers that will push the frontiers of knowledge, challenge the status quo and work towards betterment of the society.

    Core Values

    • Innovation and Creativity
    • Social Responsibility
    • Service to the Nation and Mankind
    • Leadership and Enterprise

    Sanctioned Intake: 60 seats

    Research Areas

    • Machine Design
    • CAD/CAM, Robotics
    • Design for Manufacturing and Assembly,
    • Product Life Cycle Management, Digital Manufacturing, Manufacturing Execution System
    • Energy Management
    • CFD, Thermal Engineering, Thermo-fluid, Energy systems
    • Project Management, Manufacturing Planning and Control
    • Industrial Engineering and Management , BPR, SCM
    • TQM, Quality Engineering, Quality Management

    List Of Ph.D. Guides

    Sr. No. Ph.D. Guides Initials Areas of Research
    1 Dr. S. S. Mantha SSM CAD/CAM, Robotics, SCM, Automation
    2 Dr. S. K. Mahajan SKM Industrial Engineering and Management , BPR, TQM
    3 Dr. Rajesh Buktar RBB Design For Manufacturing and Assembly, Product Life Cycle Management, Digital Manufacturing, Manufacturing Execution System, CAD/CAM
    4 Dr. R. S. Maurya RSM CFD, Thermal Engineering, Thermo-fluid, Energy systems
    5 Dr. S. B. Rane SBR Project Management, Manufacturing Planning and Control, IEM, SCM
    6 Dr. S. S. Umale SSU Thermal Engineering, Heat Transfer, I.C. Engines, Emissions, Material Science
    7 Dr. S. M. Khot SMK Machine Design
    8 Dr. Vivek Sunnapwar VS Industrial Engineering and Management , BPR, TQM
    9 Dr. Sunil S. Bhamare SSB TQM, Quality Engineering, Quality Management

    ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-17

    Sr. No. Name of the Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration No. and Date Title of Thesis Name of supervisor Remark

    1.

    Mohite Prashant S.

    -

    -

    -

    Dr. S. S. Umale

    -

    2.

    Maitreya Prashant B.

    -

    -

    -

    Dr. S. S. Umale

    -

    3.

    Nalaskar Sachit G.

    -

    -

    -

    Dr. S. B. Rane

    -

    ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16

    Sr. No. Name of the Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration No. and Date Title of Thesis Name of supervisor Remark

    1.

    Makandar Gauspira S.

    2015

    -

    -

    Dr. R. B. Buktar

    -

    2.

    Thakker Shivangi V.

    2015

    -

    Modeling of Green Supply chain Management using Multi criteria Decision making methods

    Dr. S. B. Rane

    In progress

    3.

    Gaikwad Lokpriya M.

    2015

    -

    Development of an Integrated framework of lean, green and six sigma strategies to improve performance and competitiveness in Indian manufacturing industries

    Dr. Vivek Sunnapawar

    In progress

    4.

    Potdar Prathmesh R.

    2015

    -

    Modelling project risk management of Asset Propelled industries in a prospective of Business Intelligence

    Dr. S. B. Rane

    In progress

    5.

    Narvel Yahya Abdul Majid

    2015

    -

    Modelling Agile Project Management For Asset-Intensive Industries: A Perspective Of Business Intelligence

    Dr. S. B. Rane

    In progress

    ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-15

    Sr. No. Name of the Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration No. and Date Title of Thesis Name of supervisor Remark

    1.

    Donde Swati R.

    2014

    59/24-11-2015

    Numerical and Experimental Investigation of thermal performance of Earth Air Heat Exchanger

    Dr. R. S .Maurya

    Research Proposal Submitted

    ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-14

    Sr. No. Name of the Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration No. and Date Title of Thesis Name of supervisor Remark
    Sr. No. Title of Ph.D Research Name of Ph.D Scholar Name of Guide Date of Registration Registration no. Status
    1 Prediction model for Success of Business Excellence (TQM) Initiative Mishra Nandkumar Umashankar SBR Course work in progress.
    2 CFD Mohammad Rafique B. Agerwale RSM Course work in progress.
    3 Modelling Risk in International Projects Dandage Rahul Vishwanath SSM Course work in progress.
    Sr. No. Name of Guide Initials
    1 Dr.S.S. Mantha SSM
    2 Dr.G.T. Thampi GTT
    3 Dr.A.V.Bhonsale AVB
    4 Dr.R.S. Maurya RSM
    5 Dr.V.R. Kalamkar VRK
    6 Dr. S.B.Rane SBR
    7 Dr. S.M.Khot SMK
    8 Dr. Vivek Sunnapwar VS

    ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-13

    Sr. No. Title of Ph.D Research Name of Ph.D Scholar Name of Guide Date of Registration Registration no. Status
    1 Modelling Lean System Using an Interpretive Structural Methodology Jadhav Jagdish R. SSM 2012/06/01 32/06-01-2012 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    2 Experimental and Numerical Investigation of vortex tube for refrigeration and room cooling applications Talwai Deleep Shyamrao RSM 22/8/2013 47/22-08-2013 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    3 Optimal placement of Piezoelectric material for vibration control” Agrawal Ramkrishan Biharilal RSM 16/7/2013 42/16-07-2013 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    4 “Modelling Product Development for Medical Device Manufacturing Industries” Kirkire Milind Shrikant SBR 28/6/2013 40/28-06--2013 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    5 Topic not decided by candidate Mhadse Charudatta Panditrao To be allotted guide AVB Course work completed
    6 Investigation and Minimisation of Barriers for Effective Implemetation of Enterprise Ressource Planning system in indian industries Khaparde Vijay Madhusudhan SMK 17/7/2013 43/17-07-2013 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    7 Modelling Leagile Supply Chain Management. Ahire Mangesh Ambadas SBR 17/7/2013 44/17-07-2013 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    8 Infrastructure Optimisation Birmole Deepak Jayawant SSM 2013/10/10 48/10-10-2013 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    Sr. No. Name of Guide Initials
    1 Dr.S.S. Mantha SSM
    2 Dr.G.T. Thampi GTT
    3 Dr.A.V.Bhonsale AVB
    4 Dr.R.S. Maurya RSM
    5 Dr.V.R. Kalamkar VRK
    6 Dr. S.B.Rane SBR
    7 Dr. S.M.Khot SMK
    8 Dr. Vivek Sunnapwar VS

    ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-11

    Sr. No. Title of Ph.D Research Name of Ph.D Scholar Name of Guide Date of Registration Registration no. Status
    1 "CAD Modeling and Application of Artificial Joints/ Implants VIA MRI/CT SCANS" Dange Jayesh J. SSM 2010/01/10 30/01-10-2010 Ph.D. in progress
    2 "Investigation into the discernment of energy, its significnace to populace, and conception of organism for sustainability and conservation Dalvi Santosh D. AVB 27/9/2010 29/27-09-2010 Thesis Submitted
    3 Investingating Cost and Quality arbitragein Indian Small and Medium Scale Industries on Implementation of ERP-CRM Deshmukh Prashant D. VRK 2010/09/03 22/09-03-2010 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    4 Design Optimisation of machining parameters and Development of mathematics model for surface roughness of difficult to cut material. Sonare Onkar G. VRK 2010/09/03 21/09-03-2010 Registaration Done with University of Mumbai, Ph. D. in progress
    5 Supply Chain Management : Product Variety Perspective Mahajan Vijay B. VRK 17/9/2010 28/17-09-2010 Registration Done Ph.D.
    in progress
    Sr. No. Name of Guide Initials
    1 Dr.S.S. Mantha SSM
    2 Dr.G.T. Thampi GTT
    3 Dr.A.V.Bhonsale AVB
    4 Dr.R.S. Maurya RSM
    5 Dr.V.R. Kalamkar VRK
    6 Dr. S.B.Rane SBR
    7 Dr. S.M.Khot SMK
    8 Dr. Vivek Sunnapwar VS
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