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UG Degree course offered B. E. (Production Sandwich)
UG Course Duration 4 years
UG Year of Establishment 2002
UG Intake 60
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
NBA Accredited

Accredited in 2013

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Affiliated to Savitri Bai Phule Pune University

 

PG Degree course offered M.E. Production (Manufacturing Engineering and Automation)
PG Course Duration 2 years
PG Year of Establishment 2005
PG Intake 15
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

Production Engineering Department was started in 2002 with an intake capacity of 30 students. Intake capacity was increased from 30 to 60 with effect from July 2009. The degree course in Production Engineering-Sandwich is different from regular Production Engineering course. 

One of the important features of production-Sandwich lies in the fact that it includes one-year Industrial training as a part of academics. This gives an opportunity for students to learn practical working procedures as well as latest technical skills. 

During this training period, students can apply their theoretical knowledge and acquire skills to enhance their performance in the engineering field. The department is having close interaction with industries that helps in getting sponsored projects and potentially exists for quality improvement of the course. Regular interaction of all faculties helps students to clarify doubts as well as motivate students in exploring latest trends in the Industry. 

This training helps to convert students ready to work in Industries. Most of our students are directly absorbed where they have worked for training during Sandwich course.

 

Vision and Mission of the Department

Vision

        “Strive for Excellence”

 

Mission

      Imparting quality education among the students to become experts in many fields of engineering, management & allied areas.

     To develop the passion for lifelong learning & research in Production Engineering.

     To create continuous interaction with institute, industries & society.

COs

Sr.No

 

Subjects

C302                                                        Heat and Fluid

C302.1

Students can apply fluid mechanics and thermodynamics concept in the calculation of flow rate, forces acting on the fluids and to evaluate energy balance equations.

C302.2

Students will understand the basic principles and laws of fluid mechanics to recognize and analyze the type of fluid and fluid flow along with its application.

C302.3

Students can evaluate forces acting on fluid particles and examine the flow rate by applying Bernoulli’s equation.

C302.4

Students can differentiate between hydraulic turbines and pumps based on their applications and evaluate various losses through pipes.

C302.5

Students can analyze boiler and energy balance concept and understand the properties and behaviour of steam and differentiate between types of fuels.

C302.6

Students can distinguish between various refrigeration and air conditioning system and they will be able to analyze properties of air by using Psychometry.

C302.7

Students can test and check the performance of IC engine and compare between cooling and lubrication system.

C302.8

By using basic heat and fluid mechanics concept students will be able to select appropriate fluid machineries, boilers, compressors, refrigeration systems and IC engine depending upon the industrial applications.

C303                                              Manufacturing Process

C303.1

Organize steps in Casting Processes and Formulate different materials for Castability

C303.2

Interpret temperature based forming process and apply for various high energy requirements

C303.3

Develop welding methods for various types of joining requirements based on size, shape, weight for shielding and good weldability 

C303.4

Organize required relative motions to work-piece and tool for different cylindrical machining applications w.r.t L/D ratio on Lathe Machine

C303.5

Appraise process parameters in multi-point cutting tool applications through Milling and Drilling Processes  

C303.6

Draw Connections in various fine finishing Grinding Processes and related advances

C303.7

Value need of CNC Machines as compared with lathe machine 

C303.8

Formulate manufacturing processes for creating Mini Projects 

C304                                                        Mechanics of Materials

C304.1

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.

C304.2

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

C304.3

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.

C304.4

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

C304.5

Students will be able to Evaluate Slope and Deflection of Statically Determinate 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

C304.6

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

C304.7

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

C304.8

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

C402                                                            Theory of Machines

 

C402.1

Understand the basic knowledge of mechanism, their inversions, applications and velocity and acceleration analysis.

 

C402.2

To develop the ability to analyze and understand the dynamic (position, velocity, acceleration, force and torque) characteristics of mechanisms such as linkages.

 

C402.3

Understand theories of wear and friction, their effects, measurement and methods to minimize their effects in various mechanisms and machine tools

C402.4

To analyze the working of mechanical elements like drives

 

C402.5

Understand and apply the mechanism and applications of brakes, dynamometer in machine tools.

C402.6

Analyze experimentally mass moment of inertia and radius of gyration

C402.7

To provide a fair understanding of the performance of various mechanisms and principal machine elements as regards their Kinematics and dynamics & Forming a base for studies in machine tool applications.

C402.8

To develop the ability to systematically design and optimize mechanisms to perform a specified task.

C403                                                    Design of Machine Elements                                                

 

C403.1

Understand the basic principles & processes of machine design for designing simple machine parts.  

 

C403.2

Students will be able to Analyze different stresses & failure modes for shafts, keys & couplings which are used for power transmission

 

C403.3

Students will be able to Analyze different loads & stresses in power screw and measure the failure modes in power screws.

 

C403.4

Will gain enough competency for designing of helical springs with respect to different loading conditions

 

C403.5

Students will be able to develop the skill for designing the spur gear pair based on design conditions

C403.6

Students will be able to calculate loadings in rolling contact bearings & select appropriate bearing as per the requirement

C403.7

Students will be competent enough for selecting solutions for designing of different machine components

C403.8

Students will be in corporate lifelong learning

C501                                                                          KDM

C501.1

To Design and Analyze fluctuating stresses

C501.2

Design and analyze fluctuating stresses

C501.3

Understand Hydrodynamic lubricated bearing and pressure distribution, parameters of bearing design

C501.4

To design and solve problems in Statistical considerations in design and Optimum Design

C501.5

Design and analysis of energy fluctuation in flywheel, To solve problems related to it,

C501.6

Analysis and Synthesis of mechanisms and kinematics structure of machine tools: four bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism and analysis of Kinematic machine tool structure: gear hobbling, gear shaping, bevel gear generator

C501.7

To Design, evaluate and analyze flywheel helical gear box, helical gears, fluctuating stresses, Kinematic machine tool structure and To solve related problems

C501.8

Ability to apply the knowledge of kinematics design of machine in Automotive industry, Product Design sectors.

C502                                         Material forming and Mould Design

C502.1

Students will understand and analyze the mechanism of forming

C502.2

Students will be able to classify various forming processes

C502.3

Students will learn roll pass design for rolling process

C502.4

Students will learn to design die for forging process

C502.5

Students will be able to analyze gating system in casting

C502.6

Students will learn to design mould for injection moulding

C502.7

Students will learn to overcome the difficulties in the process

C502.8

Students will be ready to work in forming industry

C503                                        Production and Industrial Management 2

C503.1

Decide the suitable manufacturing process and tooling required for operation

C503.2

Prepare the plan for utilization of machineries and sequence of machine operations

C503.3

Calculate control limits in order to observe the processes status

C503.4

Create DOE for Manufacturing operations and evaluate by statistical methods

C503.5

Implement Worlds Class Manufacturing concepts during Industrial In-Plant Training in order to improve productivity 

C503.6

Understand the term relevant to Industrial Economics

C503.7

Apply Industrial Engineering Terms to achieve better quality

C503.8

Demonstrate the knowledge of Manufacturing processes and Statistical Analysis for solving operational issues

C504                                    Numerical Techniques and Database Systems

C504.1

Understand the use of numerical and iterative methods for solving algebraic and transcendental equation

C504.2

Select and apply appropriate solution methodology to solve engineering problems

C504.3

Formulation and optimization in the field of Production Engineering to solve problems

C504.4

Design the database using ER model and work relation algebra and Relation calculus

C504.5

Formulate Numerical methods to solve complex Production Engineering problem

C504.6

Formulate algorithms and programming

C504.7

Use mathematical solver

C504.8

Generate solution for real life problem using optimization techniques

C505                                                        Production Metallurgy

C505.1

Analyze the relationship between microstructure and properties of material

C505.2

Evaluate the Heat treatment cycle and correlate the phase with the properties of metals

C505.3

Understand surface improvement techniques to improve the performance of materials

C505.4

Analyze and evaluates the properties of different cast iron and alloy steel for

 material selection

C505.5

Analyze and evaluates the properties of different nonferrous metals and alloys for material selection

C505.6

Be familiar with modern engineering material and evaluate materials for modern application

C505.7

To develop basic understanding for Phases, Microstructure, Properties ,Heat treatment and surface modification techniques for selection of material in industrial application

C505.8

Ability to apply the knowledge of metallurgy and able to place in foundry, welding, forging Industry

C602                                                        Mechatronics and Robotics

C602.1

Understand the basic elements of mechatronics system for designing the interdisciplinary product

C602.2

To implement the combinational logic concept for developing different digital applications

C602.3

To Contrast between synchronous & Asynchronous data transmission

C602.4

To design the system based on PLC & sensory devices in the plant.

C602.5

Design the different actuating systems mechanical, electrical, electronics for automation in modern industries

C602.6

Develop the different programmes for instructing the robot to do the desired task

C602.7

Develop  the skills to work in automized plant

C602.8

To construct the skills for continuously upgrading with the technology.

C605                                      Automobile Engineering & Manufacturing

C605.1

Students are able to design Structure of Automobile & Fuel Supply System.

C605.2

Students are able to understand the Cooling System & Lubrication System.

C605.3

Students are able to understand and design Ignition System & Lubrication System.

C605.4

Students are able to understand and explain Clutches & Gear Boxes.

C605.5

Students are able to design and analyse Suspension & Steering Systems.

C605.6

Students are able to design and analyse Braking System & Automobile select and analyse various Maintenance Techniques

C606                  Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Industrial Robotics

C606.1

Students will be able to understand different COM Models.

C606.2

Students will be able to applications and methods of various rapid prototyping techniques.

C606.3

Students will be able to understand the basics of robots drives and control systems on various applications.

C606.4

Students will be able to understand the basics of design considerations for robot grippers.

C606.5

Students will be able to understand design of robots for production related tasks.

C606.6

Students will be able to select more accurate and reliable sensors.

C606.7

Students will be able to understand methods of robot programming.

C607                              Ergonomics and Human Factors in Engineering

C607.1

Analyze impact of various parameters impacting on human factors

C607.2

Create activity chart for new workplace design

C607.3

Design human control for display system

C607.4

Analyze suitable working condition for workplace

C607.5

Design ergonomically satisfied product.

C607.6

Measure time and motion required to perform operation

C607.7

Analyze customer requirement for product development from customer point of view in order to avoid fatigue of human body

C607.8

Implement the ergonomics concept while designing any product in order to achieve comfort

C608   

C608.1

To Understand the basics of Product Design and Development process

C608.1

To Develop/ Formulate S- Curve and technical questioning, to analyze gathered information

C608.1

To execute Product Development from Concept to Product Function

C608.1

To examine/evaluate Product Development in the Context of Reverse Engineering

C608.1

To Understand Design for Manufacture, Assembly and Environment

CO6

To recognize the need of  Product Life Cycle and Product Data Management

CO7

Effective formulation and execution of Product Development Process right from Idea Generation to Actual start of Production at Larger scale.

CO8

Latest advancements, new concepts in Product development Process like QFD, FMEA, Rapid Prototyping, PLM, PDM etc.

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POs

Graduate Attributes/Program Outcomes

1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

 

 2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

 

 3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriated consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

 

 4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of an experiment, analysis, and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

 

 5. Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tool including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

 

 6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practices.

 

 7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solution in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

 

 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

 

 9. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and multidisciplinary settings.

 

 10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community with society large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.

 

 11. Project Management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader of a team to manage projects and multidisciplinary environments.

 

 12.Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in broadcast context to technological changes. 

PSOs

1. Enable the graduates to apply the knowledge of core courses like Machines, Tools, Automation & Design for manufacturing, CAD/CAM and robotics practically apart from knowledge of physics, mathematics & science and be able to develop & resolve problems in operations.

2. Gain the ability to think, apply ethical & professional principles.

3. Demonstrated capability of using productivity tools like six-sigma, industrial engineering, CAD/CAM, Mathematical modeling etc.

4. Students will able to apply healthy competition, formulation of studies, and research framework in practice during their program.

5. Faculty and student will feel conducive environment for learning and outcome-oriented systems.

6. Ability to have an influence as a member of technical team demonstrated by students.

PEOs

1. The program will be able to demonstrate student’s outcome as professionally benefit to society through appropriate competence in fields of engineering, management & allied areas.

2. The program will demonstrate the commitment to provide engineering ability and enhancement paving the path to lifelong learning through professional accomplishments.

3. The program will provide necessary assistance to students and teachers for publishing papers and/or technical reports, poster competitions, employability skills by correlating with external stakeholders.

4. The program will equip the students with ethical and professional values apart from necessary technical and professional skill sets.

5. Students will be able to take start-ups and graduates will aspire for entrepreneurs in relevant areas. 

AAB

 Academic Advisory Board

Sr. No. Constitution of Advisory Committee Members Name
1 Representative of Management (Principal) Dr. B. S. Balapgol
2 Institute IQAC Coordinator (Vice Principal) Dr. Mrs. P. Malathi
3 Member Secretary (HOD) Dr. V A Kulkarni
4 Senior Faculty of Department Mr.S.S.Sarnobat
5 Industry Expert (Technical Expert) Mr. A Y Momin (Accurate Engg)
6 Industry Expert (Employer) Chandrakant Yerawadekar(Verve Industry Enterprise)
7 Member of Research and Development Organization Harshal KulkarniMercedes Benz
8 Representative of Professional Society Body Mr. Balaji ReddyPresident Deming Forum India
9 Member of academic institute Dr. M. R. Dhanvijay, COEP
10 Supporting Staff representative Mr. J. P. Sutar
11 Alumni Representative Mr. Sagar Patil
12 Student Representative Ms. Shivani Virkhade

  

Alumini

 

Sr.No

Name

Passing Year

Current Organization and Designation

Photo

1

Kulkarni Satyajeet

2006

Deputy Manager, ARAI

2

Pushkar Kulkarni

2006

Lt Cdr Navy INS Venduruthy Naval Base

3

Arindam Burman

2006

SAP Analyst, Infosys

4

Sagar Patil

2007

Manager Credit, Bank of India

5

Ankeet Kansara

2007

Mgt Consultant at Vector Group

 

6

Hrushikesh Ghone

2007

Owner Green House

7

Suraj Papade

2007

Director at Maitree Foods Pvt Ltd

8

Dengewekar Vaibhav

2008

Deputy Manager Manufacturing Godrej Interio

9

Aniket Akalekar

2008

Manager  WMI KONECRANES PUNE

10

Amin Nitesh

2008

Senior Analyst Sales at Siemens Ltd

11

Narendra Korade

2009

INCONEL Vortex Flowmeter

 

12

Gaurav Puranik

2009

Asst. Manager  Corporate Risk Management L&T House

13

Jain Nikesh

2009

Owner Arihant Fibrotech

14

Joshi Yogendra

2010

Asst Manager Dmac, Pune

 

15

Ayush Sharma

2011

Asst. Manager at Godrej & Boyce Mumbai

 

16

Harshal Kulkarni

2011

R&D Engineer, Mercedes Benz

17

Mehta  Tanmay

2013

Touchwood Automations, Owner

18

Kadam Sachin

2014

Design Engineer, Johnson Controls

19

Mittal Mrigendra

2014

Sales Engineer at Electromech

20

Nikhil Deshmukh

2015

Owner, Enigma Automation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Testimonials

 

Mr.Sagar Patil

Year of Passing - 2007