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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 
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
NBA Accredited

Accredited twice in 2003 and 2008 and Not applied for accreditation by NBA further

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Affiliated to Savitri Bai 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: 2013
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.

CO

 

Course Outcomes for the subjects of AY: 2018-19

SE

Course code :   207002                                Subject: Engineering Mathematics – III

CO No.

Course Outcome

207002.1

Students will tackle the solution of Differential Equation which occurs in the modeling of Physical Phenomena

207002.2

Students will use Laplace Transform and Fourier Transform as a tool to obtain solution of Differential Equation

207002.3

Students will  understand the simple aspects of collection, classification and enumeration of numerical data which are so very essential for development of modern statistical techniques

207002.4

Students will able to apply the knowledge of vector differentiation to Fluid Mechanics, specially for
a) The equation of Continuity for the flow of Incompressible fluid.
b) Fluid flow of Potential kind.

207002.5

Students will able to apply the knowledge of vector integration to Fluid Mechanics, specially for

a) The equation of Continuity for the flow of Incompressible fluid.
b) Fluid flow of Potential kind.

207002.6

Students Should be able to understand

a)      Where and how PDEs arise in applications.

b)      Fundamental concepts of PDE theory.

c)      Analytical methods for solving PDEs.

d)     Describe real-world systems using PDEs.

 

Course code :  202041                                   Subject: Manufacturing Process-I

CO No.

Course Outcome

202041.1

Interpret foundry practices like pattern making, mold making, core making and inspection of defects.

202041.2

Differentiate various metal forming processes such as hot and cold working, rolling, forging, extrusion and drawing processes.

202041.3

Classify different plastic molding processes.

202041.4

Select appropriate joining process to join metals.

202041.5

Explain different sheet metal working process.

202041.6

Execute operations such as turning, facing, threading, knurling and grooving on center lathe.

  

Course code :  202042                                                            Subject: CAMD

CO No.

Course Outcome

202042.1

Understand the importance of CAD in the light of allied technologies such as CAM, CAE, FEA, CFD, PLM.

202042.2

Understand the significance of parametric technology and its application in 2D sketching.

202042.3

Understand the significance of parametric feature-based modelling and its application in 3D machine components modelling.

202042.4

Ability to create 3D assemblies that represent static or dynamic Mechanical Systems.

202042.5

Ability to create manufacturability and proper assembly of components and assemblies.

202042.6

Ability to communicate between Design and Manufacturing using 2D drawings.

 

Course code :  202043                                            Subject: Thermodynamics

CO No.

Course Outcome

202043.1

Students will be able to describe fundamental laws of thermodynamics.

202043.2

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.

202043.3

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

202043.4

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

202043.5

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

202043.6

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

 

Course code :  202044                                                 Subject: Material Science

CO No.

Course Outcome

202044.1

To describe the fundamental concepts of Metallurgy. (B2)

202044.2

To demonstrate different macro and Microscopic technique for metals. (B3)

202044.3

To identify different phases and microstructures of Ferrous Metal. (B2)

202044.4

To select different heat treatment processes for suitable applications. (B2)

202044.5

To distinguish amongst various designation and applications of alloy steels.(B4)

202044.6

To discuss classification, mechanical properties and applications of different non ferrous alloys. (B2)

 

Course code :  202051                                               Subject: Strength of Material

CO No.

Course Outcome

202051.1

Apply knowledge of mathematics, science for engineering applications

202051.2

Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

202051.3

Design a component to meet desired needs within realistic constraints of health and safety

202051.4

Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

202051.5

Practice professional and ethical responsibility

202051.6

Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

 

Course code :  202055                                                       Subject: Audit Course

CO No.

Course Outcome

202055.1

On completion of the course, learner will be able to– Understood human values, their significance and role in life.

202055.2

Promote self-reflection and critical inquiry that foster critical thinking of one’s value and the values of others.

202055.3

Practice respect for human rights and democratic principles.

202055.4

Familiarized with various living and non-living organisms and their interaction with environment.

202055.5

Calculate the basics regarding the leadership and to become a conscious professional.

 

TE

Course code :  302041                               Subject: Design of Machine Elements-I

CO No.

Course Outcome

302041.1

Student shall understand basic design function, different steps involved in design ,relation of design with actual manufacturing etc., they will learn to apply knowledge of  material science in real life situation

302041.2

Students shall understand how to design basic mechanical components like shafts ,keys & Couplings & will be able to analyze & synthesize it

302041.3

Student shall understand different types of failure modes and criteria & can use this knowledge to analyze various failures & evaluate the problems. Students  shall analyze & evaluate which criteria is to be applied for particular situation

302041.4

Students shall understand application & design of various power screws  & can apply same to design it

302041.5

Student shall understand design basics of various threaded & welded joints, so can apply this knowledge to design joints

302041.6

Students shall understand basics of Mechanical springs & how to design springs. Students shall apply this knowledge to design springs & to evaluate various problems related to springs

 

Course code :  302042                                                      Subject: Heat Transfer

CO No.

Course Outcome

302042.1

Formulate basic equations for heat transfer problems.

302042.2

Apply heat transfer principles to design and evaluate performance of thermal systems.

302042.3

Calculate the effectiveness and rating of heat exchangers

302042.4

Calculate heat transfer by radiation between objects with simple geometries.

302042.5

Calculate and evaluate the impact of boundary conditions on the solutions of heat transfer problems.

302042.6

Evaluate the relative contributions of different modes of heat transfer.

 

Course code :  302043                                           Subject: Theory of Machines-II

CO No.

Course Outcome

302043.1

Explain the spur gear and apply the knowledge in design of gear

302043.2

Explain the Bevel, Worm, Helical & Spiral gears and apply this knowledge in design of these gears

302043.3

Understand and analyze gear trains.

302043.4

Adapt basics of stepless regulation mechanism for system control as well as gyroscope and estimate the effects of it.

302043.5

Illustrate various techniques of synthesis and design various mechanisms by synthesis method

302043.6

Understand various follower motions and apply knowledge to draw cam profile

 

Course code :  302044                                                     Subject: Turbo machines

CO No.

Course Outcome

302044.1

Apply kinematics and thermodynamic concepts to analyze turbo machines.

302044.2

Analyze impulse turbo machines for energy transfer.

302044.3

Analyze reaction turbo machines for energy transfer.

302044.4

Analyze steam turbines for energy transfer.

302044.5

Calculate and evaluate the performance of Centrifugal pumps

302044.6

Calculate and evaluate the performance of Centrifugal & Axial Compressor

 

Course code :  302045                                  Subject: Metrology and Quality Control

CO No.

Course Outcome

302045.1

 To apply knowledge of various tools and techniques used to determine geometry and dimensions of components in engineering applications

302045.2

To perform experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

302045.3

 To understand the advances in Metrology such as use of CMM, Laser, Machine Vision System for Metrology etc

302045.4

 To understand of Quality Control Techniques and its applications in engineering industries

302045.5

 To use/apply Quality Control Techniques/ Statistical Tools appropriately.

302045.6

To apply appropriate Quality Management Tool and suggest appropriate Quality Management System (QMS).

 

Course code :  302046                                                   Subject: Skill Development

CO No.

Course Outcome

302046.1

Develop a skill required to work on machine  shop floor

302046.2

Identify and differentiate different types of valves.

302046.3

Identify the tool required for assembly and disassembly of IC engines

302046.4

Demonstrate assembly and disassembly of Hermetically sealed compressor 

302046.5

Describe the functioning of hydraulic actuators.

302046.6

Apply the theoretical knowledge in practical for assembly and disassembly of industrial gearbox.

 

BE

Course code :  402041                                 Subject: Hydraulics and Pneumatics

CO No.

Course Outcome

402041.1

 To describe the fundamental concepts and governing laws of Hydraulics & Pneumatic systems (B2)

402041.2

To understand operating principle of different components used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems. (B3)

402041.3

 To select various components for hydraulic and pneumatic systems. (B5)

402041.4

To use hydraulic and pneumatic circuits in various Industrial applications. (B3)

402041.5

To understand low cost automation by using pneumatic systems.(B3)

402041.6

To design and formulate any hydraulic and pneumatic circuits. (B6)

 

Course code :  402042                                     Subject: CAD CAM Automation

CO No.

Course Outcome

402042.1

Analyze and design real world components

402042.2

Suggest whether the given solid is safe for the load applied.

402042.3

Select suitable manufacturing method for complex components

402042.4

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

402042.5

Implement proper Rapid prototyping method for particular component

402042.6

Select the proper automation and robotic structure for particular system

 

Course code :  402043                                          Subject: Dynamics of Machinery

CO No.

Course Outcome

402043.1

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

402043.2

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

402043.3

Students will be able to understand the 2 and Multidegree of freedom System for Damped and Undammed Vibration for various systems.

402043.4

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

402043.5

Students will be able to measure the vibration and methods to controls the vibrations.

402043.6

Students will be able to carry out noise analysis and Methods to control unwanted sound of machine and its component.

 

Course code :  402044A                                         Subject: Finite Element Analysis

CO No.

Course Outcome

402044A.1

To explain the fundamentals of FEA pertaining to structural and heat transfer domain. (B2)

402044A.2

To formulate and solve 1D element structural problems involving bars, beams, trusses, frame problems. (B6)

402044A.3

To construct and solve 2D element problems involving triangular & quadrilateral elements. (B6)

402044A.4

To construct and solve 2D element problems involving axi-symmetric, iso-parametric & higher order elements. (B6)

402044A.5

To formulate and solve 1D element steady state heat transfer problems. (B6)

402044A.6

To evaluate appropriate FEA technique to solve dynamic vibrational problems.(B5)

 

Course code :  402045A                                         Subject: Automobile Engineering

CO No.

Course Outcome

402045A.1

Student will be able to interpret various types of vehicle layouts and specifications of Automobiles with its importance

402045A.2

Student will be able to select various drive trains and transmission systems to improve vehicle performance

402045A.3

Student will be able to distinguish axles, steering systems and tyre and wheel assembly

402045A.4

Student will be able to apply the knowledge of various types of suspension and brake systems

402045A.5

Student will be able to examine performance and safety systems with modern technologies of Automobiles

402045A.6

Student will be able to interpret the problems of automobiles with the knowledge of electrical systems and batteries in vehicle maintenance

 

Course code :  402046                                                     Subject: Project Stage-I

CO No.

Course Outcome

402046.1

Implement suitable methodology to solve the Problems pertaining to the mechanical engineering by utilizing the knowledge gained during the curriculum.

402046.2

Create the sustainable, economic and environmental friendly solution to the considered problem and analyze the same by effective utilization of relevant tools and techniques. 

402046.3

Develop managerial skills and work as a team for obtaining the solution of mechanical or interdisciplinary engineering related problems within stipulated time, following morality and ethics.

 

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.

PO's

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's

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's

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. 

 

AAC

Academic Advisory Committee

 

Sr. No.

Name of the Member

Designation

 

1

Mr.Ganesh  Babar

Manager CFD,Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

 

 

Industry Experts

 

2

Mr.P.M.Salunkhe 

Director, PMS Robotics,Pune

3

Dr. V.N.Raibhole

 Vice Principal,MESCOE,Pune

 

 

 

External  Academicians

 

4

Dr. D.S.Watvisave

Asso. Prof, MED,CumminsCOE,Pune

5

Dr.R.K.Patil

(Professor, Modern COE,Pune)

6

Mr.Kapil Mohadikar 

Project Engineer, Eton Technology, Pune

 

 

Alumni

7

Mr. Kumar Swami

Director, Swami Agro industries,Lasona

8

Dr. R.S.Hingole (HOD,Mechanical)

 

 In house  Faculty Members

9

Dr.P.T.Nitnaware  (Asso. Prof.Mechanical)

10

Dr.V.S.Jatti   (Dean R&D)

11

Mr. Bijamwar Deepak (Final Year, BE)

 

 

Class Toppers

12

Mr. Gambhire Yogesh (Third Year )

13

Mr. Phulari Avishakar  (Second Year)

 

 

ICT

Innovative Teaching Learning Practices

Sr. No.

Type of Innovative Teaching Methods

Description

Remarks of Comments etc.

1

Google Classroom

Faculty Members delivers important Concepts using this mode also

Source: Google Inc.

2

MOODLE

Assignments & information is available to students on MOODLE for use

 

3

NPTEL Videos

Effective Teaching is carried out with help of NPTEL Videos also.

Source : IITs

4

Spoken Tutorials

Students are made available with Spoken Tutorials Lectures

 

5

Group Discussion/Pair-Think-Share

In classroom Group Discussion is carried out for effective learning

 

6

Industrial Visits/seminars/Workshop   

Industrial Visits, Seminars, Expert Lecture & Workshop are conducted in order to help students to learn beyond syllabus

Resource Persons from  Vast Area of Expertization

7

Online Youtube Videos by Faculty

Faculty Members Upload their Teaching Videos

Source: Youtube

8

My Examo

Faculty Members conduct Practice Test for Students

 

9

Websites/Blogs

Faculty members also have their own website / Blogs for sharing Knowledge with student.

 

10

ICT / PPTs   

Use of ICT is also employed by faculty

Source: Self Prepared PPTs

11

Virtual Labs

Use of Virtual Lab is also employed by faculty

Source: COEP,IITs etc.

 

Alumni 

Distinguished Alumni

Sr. No. First Name Year of Passing  Designation Current
Working Company
Photo
1 Mr. Balan Selvam 1998 Section Manager  (HVAC), UAE  
2 Mr. Anup Anil Gupte 1998 Project Engineer USA  
3 Mr. Bhushan Deoram Khodpe 1999 Sales Account Executive  Nordics - Geometric Europe Gmbh Filial Sweden  
4 Mr. Anubhav Shrivastav  2002 Left. Colonel  Indian Army, New Delhi    
5 Mr. Siddhesh Poapat Bhalerao 2010 Sci. Engg.  VIKRAM SARABHAI SPACE CENTRE, ISRO, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM   
6 Mr. Chaitanya Sadashiv Dubal 2010 Scientific officer Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai  
7 Mr. Kumar Swami 2000 Director  Agro. India  
8 Mr. Prashant Shinde 1994 Director Green Water Solutions Provider Pvt. Ltd., Pune  
9 Mr. Niraj Walia  1998 Director Walia Industries.   
10 Mr. Anil Walunj 1998 Director Orion Infotech and Orient Solutions, Pimpri, Pune  
11 Mr. Nilesh Dhariya  1998 Director Dharia Engineers, Pune   
12 Mr. Nachket Phadake 2002 Director Director, Eleno Energy (Founder)  
13 Mr. Amit Kumar 2009 Owner of AV Electromech Solution MD at Saumannaya Solar & Electrical Services Pvt. Ltd.
Owner of AV Electromech Solution
 
14 Mr. Santosh Mahadeo Shinde 1998 Sr Manager Quality
Fleetguard filters pvt ltd , A cummins group company
Pune
 
15 Mr. Amol Devidasrao Kalbende  1998 Senior Manager  Quality, Lanco Amarkantak Power Ltd, Korba   
16 Mr. Vikas Babaji Wayal 2000 Deputy General Manager Johnson Controls Automotive Ltd  
17 Mr. PARAS PRATAP PATIL 1998 Chief engineer Merchant Navy  
18 Mr. Atul Renavekar 2000 Executive Director Michelin India Pvt Ltd  
19 Mr. Ashish Gawade 2000 General Manager (Sales and Markating)   Cummins Engg. Pune  
20 Mr.Moreshwar Kamalakar Dabholkar 2000 Project Manager   Elex India Pvt Ltd.  
21 Mr. Atish Haribhau Sonavane 2003 MANAGER  Volkswagon India  
22 Mr. Nesar Padmaraj Kalasur 2003 Sales & Business Devp Manager Bosch India  
23 Mr. Nilesh Ravindra Kadambande 2003 Chief engineer Merchant navy  
24 Mr. Mitulkumar Jayantilal Vashi 2004 General Manager Marketing
 NHB Ball and Roller Limited.  AMALSAD. Navsari 
 
25 Mr. Amol Tillu  2004 Project Manager Geometric Software Solutions Ltd.   

 


Testimonials

Testimonials

Mr.Gaurav Bihani

Year of Passing - 2016

The academic experience with a world class infrastructure and excellent faculty at DYPCOE has endured me with a lifelong career excellence. The exceptional programmes and teaching methodologies backed by practical skills and industry interface have given me the confidence to pursue my career ahead. The all-time support and motivation of the faculty members of DYPCOE has enlightened me throughout the beautiful journey.

 

Mr. Pushpak

Year of Passing - 2016

DYPCOE is the nice place to enjoy life along with the study. It gives nice opportunity to work on interesting areas (e.g. BAJA, SUPRA). I learnt many things here which are helping me in my professional world. I will cheers the moments forever that I spent here.

 

Mr. Kaustubh Sahligram  

Year of Passing - 2016

I can positively say D Y Patli College has made me a better person. It has helped me to develop a positive attitude towards my studies and discover more about myself. Teachers are very caring and interested in student’s well-being. They make sure every class is fun, educational and interactive.

 

Miss. Nidhi Nair

Year of Passing – 2016

The education I received at D Y Patil College of Engineering has helped me a lot to first of all give me an orientation of what I would like to do and secondly the practical approach providing me with valuable information and helping me every day in my career.

 

Mr. Siddhesh Patil

Year of Passing -  2016

DYPCOE has got one of the best infrastructural facilities and very good faculty. As far as the placements are concerned, enough opportunities are provided to every student and it is upto the individual how you take it. Moreover, having a placement policy in order makes thing even more transparent.

I am really lucky and proud to have been a part of this institution not only because i got placed but because of the things i have learned over there.


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