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WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

UG Degree course offered B. E. (Mechanical)
UG Course Duration 4 years
UG Year of Establishment 1984
UG Intake 120 + 60 (2nd Shift)
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
NBA Accredited Second time accredited w.e.f. 19.07.2008 for 3 Yrs
Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

 

PG Degree course offered M.E. Mechanical (Design Engineering), M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power)
PG Course Duration 2 years
PG Year of Establishment Design Engineering: 2005 , Heat Power: 2003
PG Intake 18
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

Mechanical Engineering Department is established since the inception of the college in 1984. Department consists of highly dedicated, motivated, qualified and competent faculty. The department possesses state of the art laboratories catering to the needs of the students and research scholars. Laboratories are modernized from time to time through the funds received under various Research Proposals and MODROB schemes of A.I.C.T.E and University of Pune. Till date, Department has received various grants worth Rupees sixty five lakhs. Considerable attention is being given in the Planning, setting up and up gradation of laboratories to make them of global standards and to provide excellent ambience and facilities to the students.

The Department supports Innovative Methodology for Development of teaching skills for newly recruited teachers for practicing an efficient and effective Teaching Learning Process through our Learning Resource Centre. Since our college is located in the Industrial Belt of Major Machine tools and Automobile industries, Industry-Institute interaction is well established. The Department has established excellent rapport with its alumni and contributed towards formation of strong alumni association.

We are proud to state that our Department is running Center of Excellence which conducts number of value added courses such as Ansys, Catia, Hypermesh, 3DPLM, Autodesk, MatLab, Abaqus, Six Sigma, SEED INFOTECH and Japanese Language for the knowledge and skills up gradation of the students to cater the need of current industrial scenario.

 

Vision, Mission 

VISION & MISSION 

Vision

Strengthening Society with Skilled Engineers. 

Mission

To impart knowledge of all mechanical engineering subjects, through effective, modern teaching- learning process. Students will be able to apply this knowledge to solve the problems of society in the field of energy, healthcare, environment and safety. Students will be empowered for higher education, employment and entrepreneurship with professional ethics.

GOALS

 

  • To have dedicated Student cells through which students driven self activities are executed.
  • To be recognized as one the leading institutions with several innovations in Mechanical workshop
  • To provide Incubation for sustainable innovations and guide them through developing business facilities.
  • To have a balanced Research Department maintaining equilibrium between innovations and incubation.

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Programme Outcomes

Every student passing out from B E (Mechanical) Programme  : 

  1. To train student to apply knowledge of engineering, science and mathematics to problem solving.
  2. To analyse engineering problems.
  3. To design solution to problems.
  4. To train student to be able to carry out methodical investigation.
  5. To be able to use modern IT tools.
  6. To be able to assess societal, cultural, health, safety and legal issues.
  7. To be able to understand effect of solution on environment.
  8. To be able to take ethical decisions.
  9. To be able to work in multidisciplinary teams as team member or team leader.
  10. To be able to communicate orally and in writing. To be able to give presentations.
  11. To be able to manage a project.
  12. To be able to update knowledge continuously and be lifelong learner.

PSO

Programme Specific Outcomes

At completion graduates will be able to competently:

  1. Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Sciences and engineering fundamentals to formulate, analyze and provide solutions to the problems related to Mechanical engineering and communicate them effectively to the concerned.
  2. Design mechanical systems in various fields such as machine elements, thermal, manufacturing, industrial and inter-disciplinary fields by using various engineering/technological tools to meet the mercurial needs of the industry and society at large.
  3. Choose further studies for research in topics such as design engineering thermodynamics, heat transfer, manufacturing processes as per his ability and inclination to solve real life technical problems in the Indian and foreign industries.
  4. Get knowledge of material science, metallurgy, measurement techniques, automatic feedback control, hydraulic and pneumatic control which will be able to distinguish between right and wrong engineering procedures.

PEO

Programme Educational Objectives

  1. To be able to demonstrate application of knowledge gained from study of science, engineering, mathematics and latest softwares to analyze and solve technical problems leading to environmental protection, use of green energy, improvisation of medical facilities and improvement in conservation of water.

  2. To be able to demonstrate ability to work in teams as member or as a leader in diverse and multidisciplinary teams. To be able to communicate verbally and in writing. To be able to write reports / Root cause analysis (RCAs) / Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) and other similar documents. To be able to give presentations. To be able to give and take clear instructions.

  3. To be able to demonstrate the ability to be life-long learner so that the student will continuously upgrade skills as per the job requirement for the benefit of society. During functioning in industry or otherwise student should be able to demonstrate ability to assess impact of knowledge on environment, safety, health, legal and cultural issues.

  4. To be able to demonstrate ability of project management and financial management. Student should be aware of ethical principles and norms of good engineering practices. 

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Course Outcomes

Mechanical Engineering: Course outcomes

 

Course Number

Subject

Course Outcomes

 

202041

Manufacturing
Process-I

CO1-Select appropriate Manufacturing Processing to manufacture any component.

 

CO2-Interpret foundry practices like pattern making, mold making, Core making and Inspection of defects.

 

CO3-Differentiate various metal forming processes such as Hot and Cold Working, Rolling, Forging, Extrusion and Drawing Processes.

 

CO4-Classify different plastic molding processes, Extrusion of Plastic and Thermoforming.

 

CO5-Select appropriate Joining Processes to join Work piece.

 

CO6-Design different sheet metal working processes

 

CO7- Demonstrate operation such as Turning, Facing, Threading, Knurling and Grooving on Centre Lathe.

 

CO8-Implement the Knowledge of Gained Subject in Industry

 

 

 

202043

Thermodynamics

CO1-Students will be able to explain the basic principles and applications of the thermody0mics to the various real life systems.

 

CO2-Students will be able to describe fundamental laws of  thermody0mics.

 

CO3-Students will be able to apply the concepts such as Entropy, Energy Balance also the calculations of heat, work and other important thermodynamic properties for various ideal gas processes.

 

CO4-Students will be able to estimate performance of various thermody0mic gas power cycles and gas refrigeration cycle and availability in each case.

 

CO5-Students will be able to examine the condition of steam and performance of vapour power cycle and vapour compression cycle.

 

CO6-Students will understand Stoichiometric air required for combustion, performance of steam generators and natural draught requirements in boiler plants.

 

CO7-Students will be able to use Psychometric charts and estimate various essential properties related to Psychrometry and processes.

 

CO8-In overall applications of the laws of 0ture which governs the energy and work transformations, equilibrium and entropy to the various engineering devices.

 

 

 

202044

Material Science

CO1-Be able to apply core concepts in Materials Science to solve engineering problems.

 

CO2-Interpret about material fundamental and material processing.

 

CO3-Distinguish the defects in crystal and its effect on crystal properties.

 

CO4-Figure out the different mechanical properties of material by studying different destructive and non- destructive testing.

 

CO5-Articulate and utilize corrosion prevention strategies and estimate corrosion behavior of materials and components

 

CO6-Acknowledge the importance of surface modification and study the different surface modification methods.

 

CO7-Perceive the basics of Powder metallurgy and application of powder metallurgy

 

CO8-Select proper metal, alloys, non metal and powder metallurgical component for specific application requirement.

 

 

 

202045

Fluid Mechanics

CO 1-Students will be able to understand basic knowledge of  the definition and the fundamental concepts of fluid mechanics including continuum, velocity field , surface tension, flow visualization etc.

 

CO 2-Students will able to apply the basic equation of fluid statics to determine forces on planer and curved surfaces that are submerged in a static fluid.

 

CO 3-Students will able to use conservation laws in integral form and apply them to determine forces and moments on surfaces of various shapes and simple machines

 

CO 4-Students will able to use Euler’s and Bernoulli’s equations and the conservation of mass to determine velocities, pressures, and accelerations for incompressible and in viscid fluids

 

CO 5- Students will able design simple pipe systems to deliver fluids under specified conditions and also the loosed during the flow of the fluid.

 

CO 6-Understand the mechanics of viscous flow about immersed boundaries, as it relates to flow separation, profile drag, drag coefficients and the determi0tion of drag forces

 

CO 7-Students will be able to apply these basics in the designing of the Power Plant, Hydraulic Pneumatic Systems and in simulation software’s to solve various critical problems related to fluid flows.

 

CO 8-Students will be able to get employed in various PSU's such as Central Water Board, Power Sectors as Junior Trainees also in various private companies involving fluid flows related field of work.

 

 

 

202048

Theory of
Machines-I

CO1-Theory of Machines I includes study of velocity, acceleration and force a0lysis of different mechanisms, power transmitting elements.

 

CO2- The students will be conversant with commonly used mechanism for industrial application.

 

CO3-The students will get competency in drawing velocity and acceleration diagram for simple and complex mechanism.

 

CO4-Students will get  a0lytical competency in solving kinematic problems using complex algebra method

 

CO5-The students will get competency in graphical and a0lytical method for solving problems in static and dy0mic force a0lysis.

 

CO6-The students will get competency in conducting laboratory experiments for finding moment of inertia of rigid bodies, verification of displacement relation for Hooke’s joints, to measure power transmitted and absorbed by dy0mometer and brakes respectively.

 

CO7- The students will be able to understand working principles of various types of brakes , clutches and dy0mometers.

 

CO8-This subject will help students to apply knowledge in the field of automobile, aerospace and 0val industries, where mechanisms and moving members force and kinematic a0lysis and power transmitting elements play vital role.

 

 

 

202049

Engineering
Metallurgy

CO1-Be able to apply core concepts of Engineering Metallurgy to solve engineering problems.

 

CO2-Interpret about the basic concepts of Metal Structure.

 

CO3-Understand the Fundamentals of Metallography and different characterization technique

 

CO4-Impart a fundamental knowledge of Ferrous Metal.

 

CO5-Articulate and utilize different heat treatment processes.

 

CO6-Selection and application of different Metals & Alloys

 

CO7-Perceive the futuristic insight into non-ferrous Metals.

 

CO8-Select proper metal, alloys, non metal and powder metallurgical component for specific application requirement.

 

 

 

202050

Applied
Thermody0mics

CO1-Classify various types of Engines, to compare Air standard, Fuel Air and Actual cycles Also make out various losses in real cycles

 

CO2-Understand Theory of Carburetion, Types of carburetors, Modern Carburetor.

 

CO3-To understand the main theory behind Internal Combustion Engine along with the understanding of all the components and systems used in the automotive systems and carry out the performance and emission in IC Engines. To understand Stages of Combustion in S. I. Engines and Theory of Deto0tion, Pre-ignition and factors affecting deto0tion.

 

CO4-Understand Fuel Supply system, Types of Injectors and Injection Pumps, Stages of Combustion in CI Engines, Criteria for good combustion chamber and types.

 

CO5-Carry out Testing of I. C. Engines and a0lyze its performance also various harmful gases emitted from exhaust and different devices to control pollution and emission norms for pollution control.

 

CO6-Describe construction and working of various I. C. Engine systems (Cooling, Lubrication, Ignition, Governing, and Starting) also various types of reciprocating and rotary compressors with performance calculations of positive displacement compressors.

 

CO7-Students will be able to apply these basics in the designing of the automotive components and engines.

 

CO8-Students will be able to get employed in Private Companies like Automotive Sector involving Manufacturing and Design as Graduate Trainees Engineer also in government firms like pollution control board.

 

 

 

202051

Strength of
Materials

CO1-Students will be able to Predict mechanical behavior of the member by determining the stresses, strains and deflections produced by the loads up to the elastic limit.

 

CO2- Students will be able to solve the stresses in determinate and indeterminate, homogeneous and composite bars under concentrated loads, self weight and thermal loads.

 

CO3-Students will be proficient to construct Shear Force and Bending Moment diagrams for statically determinate beam due to concentrated load, uniformly distributed load, uniformly varying load and couple.

 

CO4-Students will be able to determine bending and shear stresses in machine elements

 

CO5-Students will be able to Evaluate Slope and Deflection of Statically Determi0te beams subjected to concentrated load, uniformly distributed load, uniformly varying load and couple and also strain energy in members subjected to Gradual, sudden and impact loads

 

CO6- Students will be able to estimate stresses, strain and deformations in determi0te shafts of solid and hollow, homogeneous and composite circular cross section subjected to twisting moment also critical load of columns under various end conditions.

 

CO7- Students will be able to design the components subjected to various loadings with the help of  various theories of failures.

 

CO8-Students will be proficient to design a component to meet desired needs within realistic constraints of health and safety.

 

 

 

302042

Heat Transfer

CO1-Students will be able to comprehend the different mode of heat transfer and develop heat transfer equipment as per need.

 

CO2- Students are expected to formulate basic equations and Laws for heat transfer problems.

 

CO3-Applications of heat transfer principles to design and calculate performance of thermal systems related to one dimensional, steady state and transient state for conduction and convection heat transfer

 

CO4-Calculate and execute the impact of boundary conditions on the solutions of heat transfer in conduction and convection problems like extended surfaces (Fins)

 

CO5-Determine performance of thermal systems related to one dimensio0l, steady state 0tural and Forced Convection heat transfer by Theoretically and Experimentally.

 

CO6- Deal with heat transfer configurations for  radiation between objects with simple geometries

 

CO7- Implement the knowledge acquired to evaluate effectiveness and rating of heat exchangers for single and multiphase phenomenon.

 

CO8-To pertain the concepts of Heat Transfer theory and application in Industrial and day to day life.

 

 

 

302044

Metrology &
Quality Control

CO1-An ability to apply knowledge of various tools and techniques used to determine geometry and dimensions of components in engineering applications and used quality tools to produce quality product.

 

CO2-Student will understand principle of engineering metrology, measurement standards and instruments.

 

CO3-An ability to design gauges to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

 

CO4-An ability to metrology of threads, gears and advanced metrology and to perform experiments, as well as to a0lyze and interpret data

 

CO5-An ability to understanding of Quality Control Techniques and its applications in engineering industries

 

CO6-Student will be able to solve quality control problem using statistical method.

 

CO7-An ability to understand the quality system and the need for a quality system.

 

CO8-Student will be able to perform the job of an inspector and help the industries to produce quality products.

 

 

 

302045

Hydraulics &
Pneumatics

CO1-Student should be able to apply hydraulic and pneumatic system knowledge in modern equipments and machines to improve the efficiency with low cost.

 

CO2-Student should be able to know concepts of fluid mechanics and governing laws in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

 

CO3-Student should be able to understand operating principle of different components used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

 

CO4-Student should be able to select various components for hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

 

CO5-Student should be able to use hydraulic and pneumatic circuits in various Industrial applications.

 

CO6-Student should be able to understand low cost automation by using pneumatic systems.

 

CO7- Student should be able to design and formulate any hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.

 

CO8-To capture the global market with high power to weight ratio and low cost, as each mechanical industry needs the knowledge and support of hydraulics and pneumatics energy, so student with this judgment will be preferable.

 

 

 

302047

Numerical Methods
& Optimization

CO1-Students will be aware of the use of numerical methods in scientific computing.

 

CO2-Studnets will become familiar with calculation and interpretation of errors in numerical methods.

 

CO3-Students will become familiar with numerical interpolation and approximation of functions.

 

CO4-Students will become familiar with numerical integration and differentiation

 

CO5-Students will become familiar with familiar with numerical solution of ordi0ry differential equations.

 

CO6-Students will familiar with programming with numerical packages

 

CO7-Students will be able to formulate algorithms and programming.

 

CO8-Students will become familiar with use of optimization techniques in solving engineering problems.

 

 

 

302049

Turbo Machines

CO1- To understand the concept of conversion of available energy in to useful form.

 

CO2- To understand the concept of Turbo Machines and to study turbines for utilizes kinetic water energy.

 

CO3- Students will be able to learn types and applications of Reaction Water Turbine.

 

CO4- To learn the types, applications and classification of Steam Turbines.

 

CO5- To understand the concept of power absorbing devices and detail understanding of Centrifugal Pump. (Incompressible Fluids)

 

CO6- The student will understand power absorbing devices for compressible fluids – Centrifugal Compressors.

 

CO7- The student will be able to learn Axial Flow Compressors.

 

CO8- Through the understanding of thermody0mics and kinematics of turbo machines students will get opportunities in power sector.

 

 

 

302050

Mechatronics

CO1-An ability to understand of mechatronics system and to produce them for helping to engineering industry and society for improvement and safety.

 

CO2-Student will understand the concept of key elements of mechatronics system.

 

CO3-Ability the representation of mechatronics system into block diagram & concept of transfer function, reduction and a0lysis.

 

CO4-Student will understand Principle of Sensors, its characteristics & identification of Interfacing of Sensors /Actuators to DAQ micro-controller

 

CO5-An ability to understanding of  PLC Programming & implement in real life system

 

CO6-Student will understand the concept of modeling & A0lysis of mechatronics system

 

CO7-An ability to understand PID control system & implement in real life system.

 

CO8-Student will be able to perform the job of an automation engineer and consultant to help the industries.

 

 

 

302051

Manufacturing
Processes II

CO1-Student will be able to choose machining processing to manufacture any component

 

CO2-Student will be able to Estimate machining time for milling and drilling process.

 

CO3-Student will be able to understand   finishing processes

 

CO4-Student will be able to calculate forces during orthogo0l metal cutting.

 

CO5-Student will be able to explain principle and applications of advanced machining processes

 

CO6-Student will be able to develop part program for turning.

 

CO7-Student will be able to design  jig and fixture for given component

 

 

 

CO8-Student will be able to implement the knowledge of machining processes in Manufacturing Industries.

 

 

 

402041

Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning

CO1-Students should be able to understand various refrigeration cycles and evaluate performance using Mollier charts and/ or refrigerant property tables.

 

CO2-Students should be able to illustrate the fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration and air conditioning system

 

CO3-Students should be able to obtain cooling capacity and coefficient of performance by conducting test on vapor compression refrigeration systems

 

CO4-Students should be able to present the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants

 

CO5-Students should be able to estimate the condition of steam and performance of vapour power cycle and vapour compression cycle.

 

CO6-Students should be able to calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various applications

 

CO7-Students should be able to use Psychometric charts and estimate various essential properties related to Psychrometry and processes.

 

CO8-Students should be able to operate and a0lyze the refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

 

 

 

402042

CAD/ CAM
Automation

CO1-A0lyse and design real world components

 

CO2- Understand basics of Computer Graphics for development of CAD models

 

CO3-To develop different types of surfaces with the help of different curves

 

CO4-Suggest whether the given component is safe or not for the applied loading conditions

 

CO5-Select suitable manufacturing method for different mechanical components using CAM software.

 

CO6- Implement proper Rapid Prototyping methods for designing particular components

 

CO7- Select the proper automation and robotic structure for particular system

 

CO8-Students will do Design, A0lysis and Manufacture of different components using different CAD, CAM, and CAE software’s.

 

 

 

402043

Dynamics of
Machinery

CO1-Dy0mics of Machi0ry includes the study of vibration. Basically in this subject students will undergone through, the causes of vibration in the machines. And how to control it. Also they are come to know a0lytical relationships and using this relationships, students will able to a0lyse the dy0mic conditions of the machine and its compo0nts. In addition to this students can able to know, the noise measurement of machine and its compo0nts.

 

CO2- Students will be able to determine the unbalance in rotating & reciprocating machines and to determine the correction required.

 

CO3-Student Should be able to understand the concept of Single DOF free and force vibrations  to various system

 

CO4-Students will be able to model and a0lyze simple, two degrees of freedom vibration systems.

 

CO5-Students will be able to measure the vibration methods to measure the

 

CO6- Students will be able to understand about control of sound

 

CO7- Students will be able to carry out noise a0lysis of simple systems

 

CO8-This subject will help students to learn the dy0mic a0lysis of machines. Mostly this kind of work would be in automobile industries, FMCG industries, Power plants, mining industries etc. and the students will be able to work in such kind of industries. also with the help of dy0mics knowledge, students can run their own consultancy/manufacturing unit etc.

 

 

 

402044 A

Energy Audit
Management

CO1- Awareness  about importance of Energy, its conservation, Renewable Energy and energy efficiency in day to day life as well as for future planning.

 

CO2-Understand and analyze the Indian and Global Energy Scenario and issues of concern like Climate Change and Energy Security.

 

C03-Understand the Energy Audit and its importance in Industries. Carry out Energy Audit of their residence/society/college where they are studying

 

CO4-Carry out cost calculations for electricity, steam etc and accurately predict the electricity bill required for the installation.

 

CO5-Energy performance assessment of thermal utilities and suggest various conservation measures to reduce energy consumption of the equipment /office/premises.

 

CO6-Evaluate and suggest the energy performance assessment for electrical utilities and suggest conservation measures.

 

CO7-To estimate the cost of operation of Thermal or Electrical Utilities, Co Generation and suggest proper WHR options.

 

CO8-Career as Energy Auditor or Energy Ma0ger in large & Small organizations.

 

 

 

402044 C

Reliability
Engineering

CO1) Students should be able to understand about What is Reliability.

 

CO2) Students should be able to understand how to allocate Reliability to each component

 

CO3)Students should be able to understand what is Reliability and Maintability

 

CO4)Students should be able to understand Different  Reliability A0lysis Technique and how to apply it

 

CO5) Students should be able to understand about Maintenance technique and apply these technique to different component

 

CO6)Students should be able to understand about strength based reliability .

 

CO7) Students will  become familiar with fault tree a0lysis and how to use it in engineering applications.

 

CO8) Students will become familiar with system reliability and how to solve the system reliability

 

 

 

402045 C

Operation
Research

CO1-Students will be able to apply and a0lyse mathematical optimization functions to various applications

 

CO2- Students will be proficient to recognize the importance and value of Operations Research and mathematical modeling in solving practical problems in industry by Linear programming problems

 

CO3-Students will be capable to understand the mathematical tools that are needed to formulate & solve transportation problems for optimization

 

CO4-Students will be able to formulate & analyze a ma0gerial decision problem into a mathematical model using game theory & investment analysis.

 

CO5-Students will be proficient to use mathematical models to solve the inventory & replacement problems.

 

CO6-Students will be able to understand queuing & sequencing models and apply them to real-life problems.

 

CO7- Students will be proficient to use network models and techniques for effective decisions–making

 

CO8-Students will be able to apply the knowledge & tools of operation research in various industries like marketing, material handling etc.

 

 

 

402045 D

Advanced
Manufacturing
Processes

CO1-Student should be able to select appropriate manufacturing processes for advanced components with characterization of work pieces.

 

CO2-Student should be able to understand Various Advanced manufacturing metal forming Processes

 

CO3-Student should be able to understand to select proper Advanced Manufacturing process for welding, casting and forging

 

CO4-Student should be able to understand various material processing techniques for critical components

 

CO5-Student should be able to understand various micro machining processes

 

CO6-Student should be able to understand selection of latest additive manufacturing processes

 

CO7-Student should be able to understand and select  various measurement techniques in micro machining  processes

 

CO8-To capture the inter0tio0l market with latest mechanical industry needs with the knowledge and support of advanced manufacturing techniques, so student with this judgment will be absorbed in any mechanical industry

 

 

 

402047

Power Plant
Engineering

CO1- Students will be able to understand basic knowledge of Different types of Power Plants, site selection criteria of each one of them and understanding of Power Plant Economics, Energy Storage including compressed air energy and pumped hydro etc.

 

CO2- Students will be able to select the suitability of site for a power plant and will be able to calculate load factor, capacity factor, average load and peak load on a power plant. Students will also be able to propose ash handling, coal handling method in a the thermal power plant.

 

CO3-Student Should be able to calculate performance of thermal power plant.

 

CO4-Students will be able to understand the working of Hydroelectric and Nuclear power plant

 

CO4-Students will be able to understand the working of Diesel & Gas Turbine Power plant

 

CO6- Students will be able to understand Nonconventional Energy sources.

 

CO7- Students will be able to design the Power Plant Instrumentation and understand Environmental Impact

 

CO8-Students will be able to get employed in Energy sector such as NPCIL, NTPC, state Electricity Boards, PGCIL,NGCIL, IOCL, ONGC, HPCL and Coal India as Junior Trainees. They can also make as good carrier as an Energy Consultant/ Auditor with various firms.

 

 

 

402048

Mechanical
System
Design

CO1- Apply industrial engineering concept in industrial environment.

 

CO2-Understand different concepts regarding Organization and Productivity in industries.

 

C03-Ma0ge and implement different concepts involved in work and method study and understanding of work contents in different situations.

 
 

CO4-Undertake small case study based project works regarding work measurement and time study.

 

CO5-Planning and controlling of production system and use of modern forecasting and management techniques for different types of industries.

 
 

CO6-Undertake project work for facility design based on course content.

 

CO7-Understand various cost accounting and fi0ncial ma0gement practices widely applied in industries.

 

CO8-Develop capacities in integrating knowledge of design along with other aspects of value addition in the conceptualization and manufacturing stage of various products.

 
 

 

 

402049 C

Industrial
Engineering

CO1- Apply industrial engineering concept in industrial environment.

 

CO2-Understand different concepts regarding Organization and Productivity in industries.

 

C03-Ma0ge and implement different concepts involved in work and method study and understanding of work contents in different situations.

 

CO4-Undertake small case study based project works regarding work measurement and time study.

 

CO5-Planning and controlling of production system and use of modern forecasting and ma0gement techniques for different types of industries.

 

CO6-Undertake project work for facility design based on course content.

 

CO7-Understand various cost accounting and fi0ncial ma0gement practices widely applied in industries.

 

CO8-Develop capacities in integrating knowledge of design along with other aspects of value addition in the conceptualization and manufacturing stage of various products.

 

 

 

402050 B

Finite
Element
Analysis

CO1- To develop some experience with a commercial FEM code and some practical modeling exercises.

 

CO2- To a0layze the displacement-based finite element method for displacement and stress a0lysis and to introduce related a0lytical and computer tools.

 

CO3-To use 1-D and 2D element stiffness matrices and load vectors from various methods to
solve for displacements and stresses calculations.

 

CO4-.To understand Formulation of elemental stiffness matrix and load vector for Plane stress/strain such as Linear Strain Rectangle (LSR), Constant Strain Triangles (CST), Pascal‘s triangle , primary and secondary variables, properties of shape functions

 

CO5-To interpret approximate 0ture of the finite element method and convergence of results are examined

 

CO6- To understand steady state heat transfer formulation of 1D element conduction and convection problem and solving for the temperature distribution using finite element method.

 

CO7- To understand dy0mic a0lysis of physical model using finite element method and evolution of the frequencies and mode shapes.

 

CO8-Students will do job as a CAE Engineer in industry and understand and solve complex problem using different CAE software’s.

 

 

Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee

Sr. No.

Name of Members

Designation

1

Dr. Basavraj S. Balapgol (Principal, DYPCOE, Akurdi)

Chairman

2

Dr. D. R. Panchagade (Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, DYPCOE, Akurdi)

Member  Secretary

3

Mr. P. T. Nitnaware (Asst. Prof. Department of Mechanical Engineering, DYPCOE, Akurdi)

Sr. Faculty of Department

4

Mr. P. M. Salunkhe, Director, P M S Robotics, Pune

Industry Representative

5

Mr. Amol Gunwantrao Thakare, Associate Lead Scientist, Sandvik Asia Ltd.

R & D representative

6

Dr. D. W. Pande, Dean R & D, COEP, Pune

Academics Representative

7

Mr. Prashant Chauhan, Design Manager, Tata Motors Ltd.

Alumni Representative

8

Mr. Patil Kashinath Ganpatrao, Director, Cranetech, Pune

Parent Representative

9

Mr. Anurag Patil, BE C Mechanical Department

Students Representative

 

 

Alumni 

 Distinguished Alumni

Sr. No.

Name of Student

Passing Year

Organization/ Location

Designation

Contact No.

Email Id

01

Nikhil Sardesai

1990

Barclays Capital, UK

Credit Risk Lead

 

 

02

Prasad Tipnis

1990

Sales Manager

Hardcastle Petrofer

 

 

03

Alex Mascarenhas

1997

TCTI, UAE

Business Development Manager

 

 

04

Roshan Venugopal

1997

 

 

 

 

05

Jorge Arun Alex

1997

 

 

 

 

06

Vivek Chaudhari

1997

 

 

 

 

07

Mokashi Prasad

1997

Columbus Univercity, Ohio

Associate Prof.

 

 

08

Mahindra Rajan

1997

Infosoft Solution , UAE

Technical Lead, Manager

 

 

09

Rahul Pawar

1998

USA

 

+1(407)212-1977

 

10

Avinash Jumale

1998

USA

 

+1(512)284-4201

 

12

Sunil Vaswani

1998

Hyder Consulting, UAE

 

 

 

13

Kalra Raju

1998

Capgemini, Florida

Associate Director

 

 

18

Quadros Floyd Francis

2006

Deloit ltd., Mumbai

Manager

020-27487939

 

19

Sreelal Narayan Unnithan

2006

Siemens ltd.

(Gulf)

Manager

04792439820

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20

Deepak Gabhane

2006

Thermax India, Ltd

Asst. Manager

9860690616

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21

Ranjeet Mane

2007

TML

Techanical Lead

9975685829

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22

Sanket Ashok Bhavsar

2006

Dpt. Manager

General Motors

9096776978

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23

Abhijeet Swami

2008

Manager

TTL

9860182788

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Sr. No.

Name of Alumni

Year of Passing

Current Organization and Designation

 
 

1

Ankit Bansal

2008

Whirlpool

 

2

Sagar Kakkar

2008

Syntel

 

3

ankit singh

2008

Poonawala-delhi

 

4

Parambathuvalappil Rahul madhavan

2008

Syntel

 

5

Pranay Pavkh

2008

Electomah

 

6

Sohil Khanna

2008

Syntel

 

7

Kulkarni Hrishikesh Shrinivas

2008

L&T InfoTech

 

8

Ankur kumar

2008

hitachi

 

9

Shanti Pancharatnam

2008

sauer-danfoss(I)Pvt.ltd

 

10

Wadhwani Poonam Trachand

2008

Pro Arc welding and cutting system pvt.ltd

 

11

Anindita Majumdar

2008

Infosys

 

12

Dudhat Vikrant Prabhkar

2008

mahindra engg

 

13

shweta c deshpande

2008

Infosys

 

14

sandeep jayprakash wadekar

2008

L&T InfoTech

 

15

chavan prashant keshav

2008

Tata motors

 

16

sharanya krishnamurti

2008

Tata motors

 

17

tillu apurva suhas

2008

Electromech

 

18

parande vineet anant

2008

L&T Infotech

 

19

s.ravindharan ganapathy

2008

L&T Powai

 

20

yogita wadkar

2008

reliance energy

 

21

santosh puranik

2008

reliance

 

22

sutirtho nandi

2008

Infosys

 

23

ankur verma

2008

Samsung

 

24

abhishek kumar

2008

Infosys

 

25

kundan kumar

2008

iv(poonawala gr)

 

26

kumar shashwat

2008

luter Valve

 

27

rohit nair

2008

Electromech

 

28

ankit puri

2008

poonawala

 

29

prajakta vijay paluskar

2008

Syntel, incat

 

30

nikam abhijit

2008

geometricglobal

 

31

abhineet kundu

2008

electromech

 

32

pawar sumeet subhas

2008

Bosch

 

33

mishra ajay brijlal

2008

Syntel

 

34

acharya rohit rajendra

2008

Geometric ltd.

 

35

sumit bhat

2008

Honeywell

 

36

ankur tyagi

2008

Infosys

 

37

sanjay gaikwad

2008

Godrej

 

38

choudhary amit kumar

2008

Infosys

 

39

yogesh atmaram bhuvad

2008

Mahindra &Mahindra

 

 

Sr. No.

Name of Alumni

Year of Passing

Current Organization and Designation

1

ashish vilas chavan

2008

Wipro technologies, Kpit Cummins

2

Quadros Floyd Francis

2009

Deloit company

3

Sreelal Narayan Unnithan

2009

Siemens

4

Mahida Bhaveshkumar

2009

Thermax India Ltd.

5

Ranjit Ramakant Mane

2009

Tata Motors Ltd. Pimpri

6

Sanket Ashok Bhavsar

2009

General Motors

 

Sr. No.

Name of Alumni

Year of Passing

Current Organization and Designation

1

Abhijit S. Swami

2011

Tata Technologies

 

Sr. No.

Name of Alumni

Year of Passing

Current Organization and Designation

1

pankaj uttam salve

2012

BEHR/campus

2

vishal V. Puranik

2012

L&T- IES

3

patil devendra manik

2012

Tata motors/Indian oil  corporation ltd

4

arvind kumar

2012

India balls/Amravati

5

pallavi Gujrati

2012

L&T InfoTech/ Mysore

6

Rohine Salgond

2012

Neil soft Ltd/Pune

7

ketaki Shubhash vaidya

2012

L&T IES/Mumbai

8

shreyashaasha Misra

2012

Accenture/Mumbai

9

Ronnie joseph

2012

L&T InfoTech

10

Ananad Kothari

2012

Capgimini

11

kaustubh Madhav Tipnis

2012

L&T Pawai

12

vinayak sankpal

2012

Behr India

13

Amaya L . Kurdukar

2012

L&T Pawai

14

Rahul Anant Nimsarkar

2012

Tata automation ltd Chinchwad

15

Omkar Charudatta Wajage

2012

Transengg

16

Mallinath Kashinath Hadalgi

2012

Behr India

17

Aishwaryakumar

2012

electromech

18

Nirgude Sachin Jagannath

2012

Behr India Ltd

19

Gajul Shravan Ramgopal

2012

Behr India

20

MD Naved Iqbal

2012

Kirloskar Bro. India

21

Akshey S Dongre

2012

M.Tech at IIT Kanpur

22

Kishor Prakash Pawar

2012

L&T Channai

23

Bhupinder Singh Makan

2012

KBL

24

Tanvi Bhargava

2012

Tata Automation ltd Chinchwad

25

Simrit Makan

2012

Infosys

26

Pranav Vivek

2012

electromech

27

Raja Manish

2012

L&T IES/Mumbai

28

Rahul M Dhokale

2012

Transengineers

29

Suryawanshi Manoj A

2012

Tata Motars, Dharwad, Karnatak. (Asst. Manager, Prod.)

30

Page Vishal Waman

2012

Kirloskar Bro. India

30

Diner Shashikant Mhadgut

2012

Denag Crains

31

Keskar Nitin Adinath

2012

Primier tools

32

Abhijeet R. Salgarkar

2012

Stokota 2007

33

Shriram Kumar Sangamnerkar

2012

Godrej &Boyce

34

kHESE Kundan Gulab

2012

Hyundai construction Equi Pvt .Ltd

35

parab Sameer Mohan

2012

Kirloskar Bro. India

36

Farkande Sharad Bhimrao

2012

TAL

37

Abhay Bapusaheb Phatangare

2012

PGDM at Balaji instituite pune

38

Sagar Dnyanoba Wadkar

2012

Dmag Cranes

39

adamya Kadamne

2012

electromech

40

Vikas Vijayan

2012

TAL

41

Pankaj Shivaji Ghorpade

2012

Demag Cranes

42

Chaitanya D. Gramopadhya

2012

L&T Pawai

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