First Year Department

Ph. D. Program

The Institute is recognized as Research Centre by Mumbai University and running Ph.D programs in Civil and Mechanical Engineering. Structural Engineering also comes under Civil Engineering Ph.D program. Presently 7 Ph.D students are enrolled in the department.

Degree Specialization Duration Intake
Doctor of Philosophy [Ph.D] Civil Engineering NA 45

PG Program

The department of Structural Engineering is running a two years M.Tech. (Civil) with structural engineering courses since 1988. The present intake of PG students is 18.

Degree Specialization Duration Intake
Master of Technology [M.Tech.] Structural Engineering 2 Years 18
Programme Educational Objectives for M.Tech. (Civil) with Structural Engineering courses

  1.  Have a successful career in Structural Engineering and allied fields.
  2.  Pursue higher education and research.
  3.  Possess the competency to investigate, analyse and provide solutions to Structural engineering problems.
  4.  Practice their profession with ethics and be socially responsible.
Programme Outcomes for M.Tech. (Civil) with Structural Engineering courses

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

  1.  Apply knowledge of science, mathematics and engineering.
  2.  Conduct experimental investigation and interpret the results.
  3.  Design Structural/Civil/allied Engineering systems with realistic constraints keeping focus on socio-economic benefits.
  4.  Work effectively as an individual as well as team member.
  5.  Identify, investigate, analyse and formulate safe design for Structural Engineering problems.
  6.  Practice profession with ethics and responsibility.
  7.  Communicate effectively in work environment.
  8.  Recognize the need for lifelong learning to assimilate technological advances.
  9.  Contribute to the solution of contemporary issues for sustainable development.
  10.  Use equipments, techniques, modern engineering tools and software necessary for engineering practice.

UG Program

The department of Structural Engineering is engaging structural engineering subjects in the civil engineering courses. The inter-disciplinary subjects taught by the department are Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, structural Analysis I & II ,Concrete Technology, Design and drawing of Steel Structures, Theory of Reinforced and Pre-stressed concrete, Limit State Method for Reinforced Concrete Structures, Advanced Structural Analysis, Structural Dynamics, Earthquake Engineering, Design and drawing of RC structures, Mathematics subjects, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Communication Skills, Presentation and Communication Techniques.

Vision

To be a department of repute to help lay foundation of basic sciences and communication and interpersonal skills for the students required for their engineering program and even later.

Mission

  • To help the students develop mathematical skills required to solve the problems in their engineering program and later in their professional life.
  • To impart the knowledge in engineering sciences keeping the needs of their engineering program and the industry.
  • To help the students inculcate human values, develop communication and inter personal /soft skills and transform into a fine personality.
  • About Us

    The department is helping the students learn basic science courses, which lays the foundation for them to study the professional courses in their engineering program. The department is also helping the students to learn and enhance their communication and interpersonal skills and develop into a fine overall personality. As a result, the students are better prepared to face the interviews for in campus as well as off campus placements and also perform well in their professional life. Thus, the department creates a bridge between the basic sciences, humanities and engineering, a prerequisite for a good engineering programme.

    The department has qualified and experienced faculty and also well-equipped laboratories. The laboratories are upgraded as per the needs/curriculum. The department conducts Orientation program and Induction Program for the newly admitted F.Y.B.Tech. students. The department (through the institute) also conducts diagnostic test for F.Y.B.Tech. students which helps the students to know their strengths and weaknesses so that they can work to overcome the weakness. Mentor Faculty and Counsellors are available to help the students if they are facing any problem.

    PG Program

    The department of Structural Engineering is running a two years M.E. Civil Course with structural engineering subjects aided by the AICTE since 1988. The present intake of PG students is 18.

    Academic Programme Specialization Duration Intake
    Master of Technology [M.Tech.]

    Structural Engineering

    Two Years

    18

    Ph.D. Program

    The Institute is recognized as Research Centre by Mumbai University and running Ph.D programs in Civil and Mechanical Engineering. Structural Engineering also comes under Civil Engineering Ph.D program. Presently 7 Ph.D students are enrolled in the department.

    Academic Programme Specialization Duration Intake
    Doctor of Philosophy [Ph.D]

    Civil Engineering

    NA

    45

    Teaching Staff

    Head of Department

    1) Dr.Shyamlee Solanki

    Assistant Professor
    25 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : English
    Email : s_solanki@spce.ac.in   Ext.: 278
    Regular Faculty

    1) MR. Satishkumar G.BAROT

    Assistant Professor
    22 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Mathematics
    Email : s_barot@spce.ac.in   Ext.: 235

    2) MR. Vinodkumar I. SHARMA

    Assistant Professor
    23 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Mathematics
    Email : v_sharma@spce.ac.in   Ext.: 235

    3) MS. DIVYA T.A.

    Assistant Professor
    14 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Physics
    Email : divya.vishnu@spce.ac.in   Ext.: 215

    4) DR. JAYRAM V. GHOLAVE

    Assistant Professor(Chemistry)
    05 year of Teaching Experience, 3 year of Industry Experience
    Research Area : Separation Science & Technology
    Email : jayram_gholave@spce.ac.in   Ext.: 259

    FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

    1. Dr. Shyamlee Solanki
      • Visiting Faculty, IIT Bombay, Aero Space Engineering Department. 
      • Subject: Communication Skills ( PG and P.hd Programs) 2016 till 2019. 
      • Member Board of Studies, NMIMS Mukesh Patel College of Engineering. 
      • Subject Expert, Communication Skills, University of Mumbai.
      • Subject Expert, Communication Skills, NMIMS, Mukesh Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai, Shirpur and Indore Campus.
    2. Prof. Satish Barot
      • SEAM Mobile Application : Digital Book Stote
      • Founded EdTech Start-up SEAMBooks in 2019 
      • Received a sanction of Rs 30 Lakh from IFCI Venture Capital Ltd (A Government of India Undertaking) under Ambedkar Social Innovation Incubation Mission (ASIIM) 
    3. Prof. Vinod Sharma
      • Books Published: Applied Mathematics-II TechMax Publications 2013-14.ISBN 978-93-5077-197-6 
    4. Prof. Divya T
      • Selected as Board of Studies member by University of Mumbai for Bhavan's College Physics department 
      • Got selected for QIP PhD programme (joining year 2021-22) at IIT Bombay Physics department.
    5. Dr. Jayaram Gholave
      • Published High impact factor paper 3.6 
      • Received approval of Rs.100000/- for FDP on Drug engineering from AICTE

    Student Counsellors

    Student Counsellors are available to help the students if they are facing any problem.

    Counsellors at Counselling Cell SPCE

    Ms. Mona Upadhyaya:

    15 Years of counselling experience, presently working with SPCE as student counsellor. She is also working with SPIT in the position of a counsellor and a professor for Psychology. Prior to this, she was associated with the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, School of Vocational Education.


    Mr. Anil Patil:

    Mechanical Engineer. Retired after 39 years of service from Larsen & Toubro as Head, Technical Training. Central Government certified Master Trainer. Counselling Experience of 11 years in L&T HR dept & about 3 years in SPCE as student counsellor..


    Activities undertaken by Counselling Cell SPCE are as follows.:

    1. Counselling services Monday to Saturday from 3 PM to 5 PM.
      • Vision of Counselling Cell
        1. Ascertaining that the students make continuous progress on the path of self-awareness and discover new ways to develop their potential and talents.
      • Mission of Counselling cell
        1. To create a safe and supporting environment for all students.
        2. Promoting the students' development in all aspects of personal (mental, emotional, social, physical) well-being and academic growth.
        3. Helping students from various social, economic, lingual backgrounds adapt to the requirements of college life in a cosmopolitan city
        4. Ascertaining that the students make continuous progress on the path of self-awareness and discover new ways to develop their potential and talents to the fullest.
        5. Creating awareness regarding mental health
    2. Trainings
      • In coordination with the TPO Industry Readiness program, training sessions for final year students are regularly conducted.
      • Induction sessions for first year students on Communication and interpersonal skills, self- awareness, time management, healthy habits, learning to live beyond limits, emotions management.
      • Soft skill training sessions for Non-Teaching staff.
    3. Value added courses on “Integrated Self-Management” under CCE were conducted in 2019 and 2020.
    4. Designed and implemented “Vishwas”, a peer-to-peer mentoring initiative.
    5. 5.Interaction with External Auditors.

    Industry Institute Interaction

    1. Dr. Shyamlee Solanki
      • Guest Lecture for Undergraduate students on Leadership Skills.
        Speaker Ret. IAS Officer Mr. Ujjwal Uke
        Date: 23rd October 2020
        Duration: 03 Hours. 
      • Guest Lecture on Team Building and Working in Teams
        Speaker Brig. Jayant Tiwari
        Date: 6th November 2020
        Duration: 03 Hours.
      • 03 Days Workshop conducted under Teqip and NPIU on Gender Sensitization for All India Teqip institutes
        Dates: 27th October 2020 to 29th October 2020
        Total Participants: 96
      • 03 Days Workshop conducted under Teqip and NPIU on Gender Sensitization for All India Teqip institutes
        Dates: 27th October 2020 to 29th October 2020
        Total Participants: 96
    2. Prof. Satish Barot
      • Expert lecture on Emotional Intelligence was conducted on 8th march 2017 for first year Engineering students of SPCE
        Speaker: Vijay Sonawane 
    3. Prof. Vinod Sharma
      • Expert lecture on Emotional Intelligence was conducted on 8th march 2017 for first year Engineering students of SPCE
        Speaker: Vijay Sonawane
    4. Prof. Divya T
      • A seminar on Gravitational Waves: The New Wave in Physics, Astronomy and Technology
        Speaker Dr. C.S Unnikrishnan from TIFR
        Date: 29th April 2016.
      • Industry visit to Forensic Sciences, Kalina, “Forensic science awareness week” on 31st January 2017.
      • Seminar on Particle accelerators
        Speaker: Prof. Siddharth Kasturirangan from University department of Physics
        Date: 22nd February 2017.
      • 1 day workshop on Physics of relativity and electrodynamics
        Speakers: Dr. Rangwala from University Department of Physics and Dr. Shivaprasad from IIT Bombay
        Date: 10th March 2017.
      • Seminar on Quantum Mechanics
        Speaker: Dr. Aftab Alam from IIT Bombay (Online on google meet)
        Date: 17th March 2021.
    5. Dr. Jayaram Gholave
      • Workshop on “Applications of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy: metal analysis”
        Date: 19th October, 2019.  In SIES College
      • Forensic science kalian visit conducted for first year student.

    FDP-STTP ORGANISED

    1. Dr. Shyamlee Solanki
      • 3 Days Workshop conducted under Teqip and NPIU on Gender Sensitization for All India Teqip institutes
        Dates: 27th October 2020 to 29th October 2020
        Total Participants: 96
      • Guest Lecture for Undergraduate students on Leadership Skills. Speaker Ret. IAS Officer Mr. Ujjwal Uke
        Date: 23rd October 2020
        Duration: 03 Hours.
      • Guest Lecture on Team Building and Working in Teams Speaker Brig. Jayant Tiwari
        Date: 6th November 2020
        Duration: 03 Hours.
      • 3 Days Workshop conducted under Teqip and NPIU on Gender Sensitization for All India Teqip institutes Dates: 27th October 2020 to 29th October 2020
        Total Participants: 96
    2. Prof. Divya T
      • Particle accelerators 22nd February, 2017 UDP
      • Physics of relativity and electrodynamics on 10th March, 2017, UDP and IITB
      • Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 17th March 2021 Online on google meet.
    3. Dr. Jayaram Gholave
      • Workshop on “Applications of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy: metal analysis”
        Date: 19th October, 2019.  In SIES College

    Supporting Staff

    Supporting Staff

    Mr. S. M. LAVATE, LAB ATTENDANT

    Mr. RAMESH MOTI SOLANKI, LAB. ATTENDENT

    Mr. MAHADEO K. JAITAPKAR, LAB. ATTENDENT

    Laboratories

    List of Laboratories
    1. Language Laboratory
    2. Physics Laboratory
    3. Chemistry Laboratory
    4. Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory
    5. Engineering Mechanics Laboratory
    6. Computer Laboratory
    7. Workshop

    PHYSICS LABORATORY Room No. 201
    Faculty Incharge: Prof. Divya T.A, Assistant Professor of Physics
    Lab attendant: Santosh Lavate

    Brief description:

    1. The infrastructure of the Physics laboratory helps students in relating practical knowledge with theoretical concepts.
    2. The laboratory has several unique experimental setups, brought under TEQIP which are extremely useful for both faculty and students involved in various research projects and can make a significant contribution to other departments and colleges for material testing and equip the laboratory to serve future BE/BTech/MSc programmes in the areas of Engineering Physics and Physics.


    List of equipments:
    Hysteresis- Study of the characteristics of a ferromagnetic material

    Ultrasonic Interferometer - Finding velocity of sound in a given liquid medium

    Spectrometer: To find wavelength of light using diffraction grating

    Lasers: To find diffraction grating element using LASERs

    Newton’s rings/ Wedge shaped films setup

    Hall effect experiment

    Cathode Ray Oscilloscope

    Study of Biot-Savart’s law

    Quincke’s method: for finding susceptibility of a liquid

    Zeeman effect: To find wavelength of a spectral line

    Fresnel’s biprism: To find wavelength of sodium light

    Holography using LASERs

    Michelson interferometer: To measure wavelength of optical beams


    NEW LABORATORY PHYSICS LAB: DARK ROOM

    Physics dark room was made recently in the year 2021, to carry out optical experiments based on interference, diffraction and LASERs. The dark room is entirely black inside on the walls and the ceiling so that no exterior light enters the room while optical or lasers experiments are conducted. But, to ensure air circulation inside the room, fans are set up and also while taking the readings, it is ensured that proper lighting is available. The room is equipped with tables and a platform on one side for the experimental setup.


    Exterior view

    Interior view

    List of experiments conducted:

      SEM I
    1. Study of crystal structures.
    2. Study of crystal planes.
    3. Study of crystal planes.
    4. Hall effect.
    5. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
      SEM II
    1. Wedge shaped films
    2. Newton’s rings
    3. Spectrometer .
    4. Lasers.
    5. Hysteresis .

    LANGUAGE LABORATORY
    Faculty Incharge: Dr Shyamlee Solanki, Assistant Professor, Communication Skills
    Capacity: 20 Students 01 Teacher
    Students: Semester II (C/M/E)
    Computer Screens: 21
    Software: Clarity English Language Lab.

    Language Lab

    The purpose of a language lab is to involve students to actively participate in language learning exercises and get more practice time than otherwise possible in a traditional classroom environment. Main benefit of a language lab is that it increases the time each student can spent actively speaking and practicing during the class.

    Teacher and student positions are connected via LAN (local area network) if they are using Language lab software installed and via Internet if they are using modern browser based online language labs. They can connect to British English through internet.

    Language labs offer the following
    Text, images, audio and video can easily be integrated to teaching and learning languages; language teachers can alter materials to fit their requirements and curriculum;
    Students can record their own voice and play back the recordings, interact with each other and the teacher, and store their results and recordings;
    Language teachers can intervene and control the learners’ computers via the teacher’s console, track of learners’ work, etc.;
    Self-access for independent learning which includes access to resources outside class.

    CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

    List of equipments in the Chemistry laboratory:

    Hot Air Oven

    Double Beam UV- Visible Spectrophotometer

    Analytical Balance

    Fume hood

    Milli Q water

    Industry Institute Interaction

    The department has organized guest lectures from Industry experts on special topics and also industrial visit for the benefit of UG and PG students. These lectures create awareness about the latest development in the technology. The details of guest lectures and industry visits orgnised are given below.

    1.  Shri. Uttam Bhandare, from RMC Readymix (India) (A Division of Prism Cement Limited) ‘Readymixed Concrete for Quality, Speed & Economy of Civil Engineering Structures’ on 10th April 2015.
    2.  Dr. Mangeswh Joshi, from (Director, Sanrachana Consultancy, Mumbai) “ Retrofitting of concrete structures” on 26th October, 2015.
    3.  Mr. Vikas Rane from (AFCONS), “Precast Construction in Bridges” on 05th February, 2016.
    4.  Mr. Naseem Mohd. from (Thornton Tomasetti) “ Design of RC High Rise Building” on 03rd March, 2016.
    5.  Mr. Manish Mokal from (Gammon India), “ New Trends in Concrete Technology” on 04th March, 2016.
    6.  Mr. Umesh Dhargalkar & Mr. Laxmikant Umarji from (Technoesis), Opportunities in Civil Engineering” on 4th March, 2016.
    7.  Mr. Aniruddha Chande from (Gammon India) “ Bridge Engineering- An Industrial outlook” on 10th March, 2016.
    8.  Mr. Uttam Bhandare from (RMc Readymix (India) “Ready mix Concrete For Quality, Speed & Economy of Civil Engineering Structures”on 11th March, 2016.
    9.  Dr. C.S. Unnikrishnan on “Gravitational waves: the new wave in Physics, Astronomy and Technology” on 29/04/2016.
    1.  An Industrial visit to RMC plant of Readymix (India) (A Division of Prism Cement Limited) was organised on April 11, 2015.
    2.  An Industrial visit to RMC plant of Readymix (India) (A Division of Prism Cement Limited) was organised on March 12, 2016.

    Courses Conducted

    Software Training Programme for B.Tech. & M.Tech students

    · Software Training Programme in ETABS for B.Tech (Civil) and M.Tech students

    · Software Training Programme in STAAD PRO for B.Tech (Civil) and M.Tech students

    · Software Training Programme in ANSYS for M.Tech students

    Workshop/STTP Conducted

    · Two Days Workshop on “Corrosion in RCC & Steel Structures - Fundamentals, Assessment, Protection & Repairs Strategy” on 6th& 7th March, 2014.

    · 5 days STTP on “Inter Personal Skills & Time Management” from 30th June to 4th July, 2014 under TEQIP.

    · Two days workshop on “Technical aspects in design and construction of bridges” on 22nd& 23rd April, 2016 under TEQIP

    Research Publications

    Year Publications
    2021 Enantioselective high performance new solid contact ion-selective electrode potentiometric sensor based on sulphated γ-cyclodextrin-carbon nanofiber composite for determination … NS Gadhari, JV Gholave, SS Patil, VR Patil, SS Upadhyay Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 882, 114981 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1572665721000072
    2021 Review on Banana Fibre-Reinforced Composites CP Chaudhari, K Bhole, J Gholave Advances in Manufacturing Processes, 359-379 https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-15-9117-4_27
    2020 Development and Validation of a Stability-indicating RP-HPLC Method for the Simultaneous Determination of Telmisartan and its Related Substances in Telmisartan Bulk Drug Substance JV Gholave, NS Gadhari, SS Patil, SS Upadyay, VR Patil, KF Shelke Analytical Chemistry Letters 10 (5), 577-589 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/22297928.2020.1850348
    2020 Mechanical characterization of coir fiber reinforced composite AB Walte, K Bhole, J Gholave Materials Today: Proceedings 24, 557-566 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221478532032931X
    2019 Microwave Assisted Synthesis of 14-aryl-14H-dibenzo [a, j] xanthenes Catalyzed by Oxalic acid KF Shelke, JV Gholave Journal of Applicable Chemistry 8 (5), 2213-2216 http://www.joac.info/JournalPapers.aspx?Year=2019&VolumeNo=8&PartNo=5&type=ARCHIVE%
    2014 Amberlite XAD-2 impregnated with Cyanex272 for zirconium (IV) enrichment followed by spectrophotometric determination M Karve, JV Gholave Desalination and Water Treatment 52 (1-3), 452-458 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19443994.2013.808468

    PG Projects

    NAME Project Title (Batch 2014-15)

    1

    Aparna Pandurang Kante

    Analysis of Cold-formed Steel Racking System

    2

    Rajkumar P. Deshmukh

    Experimental Investigation of Mechanical and durability

    3

    Bhavesh C. Raisoni

    Evaluation of Response Reduction Factor and Seismic Response of Gravity Columns for flat plate buildings

    4

    Aniruddha A. Pinjarkar

    Pushover Analysis of RCC Multi-Storied Rehabilitated Building

    5

    Alok Bhaktiram Rathod

    Use of Ultrafine Flyash and Ultrafine GGBS for High Performance Concrete

    6

    Aditya Sunil Patil

    Shape Effects on Wind Induced Response of Tall Buildings

    7

    Mohammed Vohra

    Rocking Isolation of Tall Structures

    8

    Jitesh D. Behar

    Structural Analysis of Composite Laminate Plate

    9

    Sameer J. Suthar

    Tuned Liquid Dampers for Seismic Response Control of Multi-Storied Structures

    10

    Rakesh Bahiram

    Experimental Study on Flexural Behaviour of Basalt FRP Rebar Reinforced Concrete Beam

    11

    Nilesh Prakash Bhosale

    Design of Continuous Prestressed Bridge

    12

    Chaitanya Karnik

    Parametric Analysis, Design and Detailing of a full span I beam Bridge Launching Girder

    13

    Kamal Ayyanna

    Seismic Performance comparison of vertically irregular buildings with and without shear wall

    14

    Vikram Jadhav

    Behaviour of reinforced and unreinforced circular concrete columns retrofitted by microconcrete and CFRP

    15

    Pratiksha Poojary

    Analysis and design of unbondedpretensioned rocking bridge columns for seismic regions

    16

    Bhagyesh Nayar

    Comparison of fixity of pile using P-y curves, IS code and Vesic's spring theory

    17

    Rohit Katkamwar

    Improving performance of concrete by various composites

    Sr. No. Name of the student Project Title (Batch 2013-14)
    1 AHMED HUZAIFA JAWEED AHMED “ ANALYSIS OF RC HIGH RISE BUILDING FOR DEFORMATION CONTROL”
    2 AGRAWAL AMAN AKHILESH “ TIME AND COST ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BUILDING USING CONVENTIONAL AND HYBRID CONSTRUCTION”
    3 ALAT RASIKA ARUN “ SEISMIC AND STABILITY ANALYSIS OF GRAVITY DAM”
    4 BAGARIA SAAHIL SANDEEP “ ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF HYPERBOLIC NATURAL DRAUGHT COOLING TOWERS”
    5 BHATI AKIF IQBAL HUSSAIN “ DESIGN OF TRUSSES FOR INDUSTRIAL BUILDING : A COMPARATIVE STUDY USING CONVENTIONAL STEEL & TUBULAR STEEL SECTION”
    6 CHIKHALEKAR DHANANJAY ARUN “ COMPARATIVE STUDY ON RC FRAME WITH FIXED BASE, BASE ISOLATED RC FRAME AND RC FRAME WITH VISCOUS DAMPER”
    7 CHINTAWAR SHREYA SHASHIKANT “ SEISMIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAME USING PBPD METHOD”
    8 JAIN NISHANT DEVENDRAKUMAR “ DESIGN OF INTERCHANGE SPAN HORIZONTALLY CURVED IN PLAN”
    9 KARNIK RUCHIRA MILIND “COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LATERAL LOAD RESISTING SYSTEMS FOR A MULTISTORIED STEEL OFFICE BUILDING ”
    10 KHADE PAWAN GOVARDHAN “ EFFECT OF GROUND MOTION DURATION ON COLLAPSE CAPACITY OF STRUCTURES”
    11 MAHANT SACHIN DHIRAJ “PLATE GIRDER, A COMPARATIVE STUDY USING LIMIT STATE MEHOD AND WORKING STRESS METHOD ”
    12 MULLA MAHAMAD AZRUDDIN GAPHUR “ ANALYSIS OF STEEL CHIMNEY AND RCC CHIMNEY BY IS CODE AND CFD”
    13 MURUDKAR MAHESH SHIVANAND “ COMPARATIVE STUDY: DESIGN OF BRIDGE SUBSTRUCTURE BY LSM AND WSM”
    14 PASHINE MAYURESH RAMAKANT “ ANALYSIS OF POST-TENSIONED FLAT SLAB IN EARTHQUAKE PRONE AREA”
    15 PATIL SURAJKUMAR PRAKASH “ A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN PERFORMANCE BASED DESIGN AND DESIGN BY IRC 6 : 2000, IRC 18: 2000 & IRC 21:2000 FOR CONTINUOUS CONCRETE MULTI-SPAN BRIDGE”
    16 SHAHARE MRUNALINI YADAORAO “COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DESIGN OF BRIDGE SUPER-STRUCTURE USING IRC 18: 2000, IRC 21: 2000 AND IRC 112: 2011”
    17 UBALE NITESH ANANT “ COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RCC SHEAR WALL AND STEEL PLATE SHEAR WALL IN MULTISTOREY FRAME BUILDING”
    18 WAGH NITESH RAJENDRA “ SEISMIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SPECIAL TRUSS MOMENT FRAMES USING PBPD METHOD”
    Sr. No. Name of the student Project Title (Batch 2012-13)

    1

    Karnani Damodar T.

    DESIGN AND ANALSIS OF CABLE MEMBRANE STRUCTURES

    2

    Kolge Pratik Ramesh

    “ BEHAVIOUR OF STEEL STRUCTURE UNDER THE EFFECT OF BLAST LOADING”

    3

    Manoj C. Karlekar

    “ EFFECT OF SLOPE BOTTOM TLD ON RESPOSNSE OF A SDOF SYSTEM

    4

    Rahul Chandrashekar

    DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF STRESS RIBBON BRIDGES

    5

    Ajit Vijay Deshpande

    WIND ANALYSIS OF HIGH RISE STRUCTURES USING CFD

    6

    Amey Prashant Raj

    ANALYSIS OF G + 42 RCC STRUCTURE USING VISCOELASTIC DAMPER”

    7

    Aniruddha Chande

    “ LIMIT STATE DESIGN OF BRIDGE GIRDERS USING IRC 112:2011- DESIGN AIDS”

    8

    Jagannath H. Pandit

    “ STUDY OF SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR AND DESIGN OF RC INTZE TANK USING DIKFFERENT EARTHQUAKE CHARACTERISTICS”

    9

    Khambe Rupesh J.

    “ BASE ISOLATION OF STRUCTURES”

    10

    Khan A. W. A. G.

    “CONSTRUCTION STAGE ANALYSIS OF A CABLE STAYED BRIDGE (CASE STUDY – SIGNATURE BRIDGE”

    11

    Khan Abdulla K. A.

    “ EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BEHAVIOUR OF STEEL BARE AND BRACED UNDER BASE EXCITATION”

    12

    Mikhil M. Manapure

    “EXPERIMENTAL WORK ON CORRELATION OF CORE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF HIGH GRADE CONCRETE WITH CUBE COMPRESSIVE STENGTH

    13

    Prasad H. Chakor

    “ COMPARITIVE DESIGH OF CIRCULAR ELEVATED SERVICE RESERVOIR USING WORKING STRESS METHOD AND LIMIT STATE METHOD”

    14

    Prasad P.Juikar

    “ FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF TRANSFER GIRDER IN TALL BUILDING”

    15

    Saurabh R. Prabhudesai

    “ BEHAVIOUR OF STEEL STRUCTURE UNDER THE EFFECT OF FIRE LOADING”

    16

    Shruti D. Murumkar

    “TRANSMISSION LINE TOWERS USING HOT ROLLED SECTIONS AND COLD FORMED SECTIONS”

    17

    Vilas K. Bhuwad

    “ SEISMIC EVALUATION AND RETROFITTING OF REINFKORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

    18

    Yogesh D. Pandya

    “ EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BEHAVIOUR OF STEEL FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE”

    Contact Us

    Dr. A. A. Bage

    Co-Ordinator, First Year Engineering Department
    Sardar Patel College of Engineering
    Munshi Nagar, Andheri(W), Mumbai 400 058
    Email : a_bage@spce.ac.in
    Phone: 022 - 26289777, 26232192 Ext.: 232

    Testing & Consultancy

    Major Projects Undertaken:

    • Concrete mix design including higher grade concrete using accelerated curing technique
    • Testing of paver blocks
    • Polymer modified mortar – specimen preparation and testing
    • Load tests on beams and slabs including manhole covers
    • Rebound Hammer and Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity test on Concrete
    • Calibration of Compression testing Machines
    • Chloride and sulphate content of cement mortar and concrete
    • Permeability test of cement mortar and concrete

    Major Consultancy Projects Undertaken:

    • Design of machine foundations.
    • Analysis and design of structures using STAAD/ETABS
    • Stability assessment of dilapidated buildings in Mumbai as well as outside,Mira Bhayander Municipal Corporation area and SRA buildings etc.
    • Instrumentation to bridge over Ganga river at Patna during external prestressing of bridge girders.
    • Assessment of dynamic characteristics of vibration damper at Nasik.
    • Vibration analysis of Reliance Transformer Machine roomNDT on Chopan Bridge near Varanasi.
    • Instrumentation to bridge over Tapti river near Jalagaon.

    The department generates significant revenue from Testing & Consultancy Works as given below. The equipments procured under TEQIP are also useful for Testing & Consultancy Works.

    Year Testing &Consultancy Amount in Rupees

    AY 2012-13

    67,49,852/-

    AY 2013-14

    73,80,275/-

    AY 2014-15

    87,43,230/-

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