Mechanical Engineering

This branch finds applications in all fields of engineering. This is the evergreen and core branch of engineering having a huge demand. These engineers are required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel and fertilizer industries. Mechanical engineers also play a vital role in government sectors like ordinance factories, railways, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, technical wings of armed forces and space research. With the rapid rate of expansion in the industrial sector, the employment potential for mechanical engineers is very high.

Mechanical engineers also have a good scope to set up ancillary units of their own and design and manufacture assemblies and sub-assemblies required for large industries. In agriculture sector, mechanical engineers play a vital role by establishing service centres for maintenance of tractors, oil engines, pump sets, electric motors and other agricultural equipments.

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Thermodynamics Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B. Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Applied Thermodynamics subjects. The lab provides the facilities for practical understanding of Thermodynamics concepts like Construction of Fire tube and Water tube Boilers, Various Boiler Mountings, Various properties of Fuels like Flash Point, Fire Point Cloud Point, Pour Point, Viscosity, and Calorific Value of fuel by using Bomb Calorimeter.

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1 Cochran Boiler Model
2 Babcock & Wilcox Boiler Model
3 Lancashire Boiler Model
4 Lever Safety Valve Model
5 Spring loaded safety valve Model
6 Dead Weight Safety valve Model
7 Water Gauge Model
8 Steam stop valve Model
9 Feed check valve Model
10 Steam injector Model
11 Pressure gauge Model
12 Blow off cock Model
13 Cloud & Pour point of a lubricant apparatus with Digital
14 Flash & Fire point apparatus with Digital Indicator
15 Carbon residue apparatus with Digital Indicator
16 Redwood viscometer No.1 Apparatus with Digital Indicator
17 Bomb calorimeter apparatus with Digital Indicator – 0.010 C
18 Grease Penetrometer with Digital Timer
19 Reciprocating air compressor apparatus -Two Stage
20 Throttling Calorimeter or Separating and Throttling Calorimeter

Basic Mechanical Engineering Laboratory

This laboratory is useful for first year B. Tech students. The highlight of the basic Mechanical Engineering laboratory includes auxiliary components of I.C engine, working model of two stroke and four stroke cycle engines. Students are able to understand the working of different types of gears and brakes

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No.

Name of Equipment

1 Domestic Refrigerator Model
2 4 Stroke Petrol Engine Sectional Working Model
3 2 Stroke Petrol Engine Sectional Working Model
4 Single stage Helical Gears
5 Single stage Spiral Gears
6 Worm Gears
7 Universal Coupling
8 Hook’s Coupling (Double)
9 Flexible Coupling
10 Box or Muff Coupling
11 Single Shoe Brake
12 Double Shoe Brake
13 Band Brake
14 Band and Block Brake
15 Internal Expanding Mechanical Brake System

Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B. Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Heat and Mass Transfer subjects. The lab provides the facilities for practical understanding of Heat Transfer concepts like thermal conductivity of insulating powder, Composite wall or lagged pipe, Metals at different temperatures, Heat Transfer Coefficient for natural convection and forced convection and concepts of Heat exchangers.

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1 Working model for Thermal conductivity of insulating powder
2 Working model for Thermal conductivity of composite wall
3 LAGGED PIPE APPARATUS
4 Working model for Thermal conductivity of metal rod
5 Working model for Heat transfer by natural convection
6 Working model for Heat transfer by forced convection
7 Working model for Emissivity measurement
8 Working model for Stefan Boltzmann experiment
9 Boiling Heat Transfer
10 Dropwise& Filmwise Condensation Apparatus
11 Heat Exchangers Apparatus
12 Heat Pipe Demonstrator
13 Diffusivity of volatile liquid apparatus

Electrical Technology Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B. Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Electrical Technology subject. The objective of the Electrical Technology lab is to expose the students to the operation of electrical machines and networks and give them experimental skill. The purpose of lab experiment is to continue to build circuit construction skills using different circuit element and check the performance characteristics of machines. It enables the students to gain sufficient knowledge on the programming and simulation of Electrical circuits and how to operate and find the efficiency of electrical machines.

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No.

Name of Equipment

1. Speed controls of DC shunt motor by flux control and armature control method.
2. Speed control of DC shunt motor by armature voltage control method.
3. Study for starter for DC shunt Motor   3- point starter
4. Load test on DC motor.
5. Load test on 3 phase induction motor.
6. Interface IR sensor, sound sensor and range sensor with ardunio.
7. Interface and control stepper motor with ardunio
8. Interface and control dc motor with ardunio
9. Interface and control servo motor with ardunio
10. Build a circuit for interfacing both sensor and actuator with ardunio board.

Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B. Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Internal Combustion Engine subject. The lab provides the facilities for practical understanding of I. C. Engine concepts like Construction and Working of I.C. Engine, Various performance characteristics by using Morse Test Apparatus also heat balance sheet for I.C. Engine.

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1. 3 cylinder Four Stroke petrol Engine with Rope Brake Dynamiter  , (Non computerized setup)I.C.Engine-3 Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Petrol, Maruti 800, (MPFI), Power 27 Kw @ 5000rpm, 796cc with Rope Brake dynamo meter
2. Actual Model of Ignition System
3. Actual Model of Lubricationsystem
4. Actual Model of Cooling System
5. 2 Stroke Petrol Engine Cut Section Model
6. 4 Stroke Petrol Engine Cut Section Model
7. 4 Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine Cut Section
8. Multi Cylinder Petrol Engine Cut Section
9. 4 Stroke 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine Cut Section

metallurgy Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B. Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Metallurgy subject and of concepts like Microstructures and non-destructive testing. In this laboratory students can examine samples to detect surface and internal flaws, determine microstructural features, evaluate heat treatments and ensure conformance to required specifications

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1. Metallurgical Microscope
2. Microstructure of Steel ,Plain Carbon Steels, Cast Iron , Non Ferrous Metal, Heat Treated Steels

3. Muffle Furnace.

4. Dye Penetrant Test Apparatus.

Metrology & Mechanical Measurements Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B. Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Metrology and Mechanical Measurement subjects. The lab provides practical experience to measurements and concepts related to it. This lab also provides information about the principle and working of various measuring instruments used for the measurement of dimensions and geometrical properties.

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1 Vernier Caliper 0-300 mm 12" LC 0.02 mm
2 Digital Vernier Caliper 0-200 mm 8" LC 0.01 mm
3 Dial Vernier Caliper 0-150 mm 6" LC 0.02 mm
4 Inside Micrometer 25-50 mm LC 0.01mm
5 Outside Micrometer 0-25 mm LC 0.01 mm
6 Outside Micrometer 25-50 mm LC 0.01 mm
7 Mechanical Comparator Stand Plain Base 95 x 90 x 150 mm with Plunger Dial 0 - 10 mm LC 0.01 mm
8 Pneumatic Comparator
9 ELECTRONIC COMPARATOR
10 Floating Carriage Diameter Measuring Machine
11 Depth Vernier Caliper 0-200 mm LC 0.02 mm
12 Vernier Depth Gauge 0 - 300 mm LC 0.02 mm
13 Universal Bevel Protractor
14 Steel Slip Gauge Set M88 Grade 1
15 Sine Bar 0 - 300 mm
16 Straight edge (Knite Edge) 12"
17 Filler Gauge 0.03 mm to 1 mm (26 Pcs)
18 Radius Gauge 1 mm to 7.00 mm
19 Radius Gauge 7.5 mm to 15 mm
20 Screw Pitch Gauge 0.4 mm to 7 mm
21 Plunger Dial 0 - 10 mm LC 0.01 mm
22 Lever Dial 0 - 0.8 mm LC 0.01 mm
23 Non - Magnetic Vee Block 100 x 80 x 80 (4")W/C
24 Gear Tooth Vernier 1-26 Module
25 Screw Thread Micrometer 0-25 mm
26 Dia 20 Plain Plug Gauge GO/NOGO
27 Adjustable Snap Gauge 25-32 mm
28 Adjustable Snap Gauge 32-38 mm
29 Profile Projector
30

LVDT type transducer unit

31

Temperature measurement using different device

32

Dead weight pressure gauge tester

33

Torque measurement Module

34

Measurement of speed by Magnetic and inductive pick up

35

flow measurement by rotameter

36

Strain measurement by using strain gauges

37

Load measurement by using load cell

Manufacturing Processes Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B.Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Manufacturing Processes subjects. The lab provides practical experience on testing of various casting sand properties

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1 Sand Siever with Sieve Set

2 Rapid Moisture Tester

3 Universal Strength Machine

4 Core Hardness Tester

5 Mould Hardness Tester

6 Sand Rammer Tester

7 Sand Washer

8 Rapid Drier

9 Permeability Tester

Theory of Machine Laboratory

This Laboratory is used by B.Tech Student for carrying out Practical’s related to Theory of Machine - I subjects. The lab provides practical experience on various types Mechanisms, brakes, gear trains, governors, gear terminology, gyroscope, balancing of rotary and reciprocating masses, basics of vibration and describes the frequencies of longitudinal, transverse and torsional vibrations.

Laboratory Equipments:

Sr. No. Name of Equipment
1 Four Bar Link Mechanism
2 Reciprocating Engine Mechanism
3 Oscillating Cylinder Mechanism
4 Withworth Quick Return Mechanism
5 Pantograph Mechanism
6 Scotch Yoke Mechanism
7 Muff & Split Muff Coupling
8 Claw Clutch
9 Multiplate Clutch
10 Centrifugal Clutch
11 Conical Clutch
12 Plate Clutch
13 Motorized Governor
14 Geneva Drive
15 Pawl & Ratchet Rod Model
16 Kinematic Pairs
17 Inversion of Single Slider Crank Mechanism
18 Inversion of Double Slider Crank Mechanism
19 Grass Hoppers Straight Line Mechanism
20 Roberts Mechanism
21 Harts Mechanism
22 Scott Russell’s Mechanism
23 Gear Pump Model
24 Rotary Pump
25 Centrifugal Pump Model
26 Reciprocating Pump Model
27 Flat Belt Velocity Ratio Apparatus
28 Gear Tooth Generator
29 Static & dynamic balancing appartus
30 Universal vibration appartus
31 Motorzed gyroscope
32 MI by Bi-filar suspension, Trifilar suspension or compound pendulum.
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International Journals

Prof.Vishwasinha V. Bhosale
  • Mr. V. V. Bhosale et.al, “Performance and emission features of Argemone Mexicana Biodiesel added with TiO2 nanoparticle powered multi fuel compression variable engine”, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, Volume. 29, No. 5. 2020.
  • Mr. V. V. Bhosale et.al, “DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MECHANICALLY OPERATED CONTROL TOILET DISCHARGE TOILET SYSTEM”, VSRD International Journal of Mechanical, Civil, Automobile and Production Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 7 July 2013.
  • Mr. V. V. Bhosale et.al, “Waste heat recovery using nanofluid charged heat pipe heat exchanger (HPHE) for variable Source”, International Engineering Research Journal (IERJ) Special Issue Page 188-194, ISSN 2395-1621, 2015.
Prof.Abhijeet A. Pawar
  • Mr. Abhijeet A. Pawar et.al, “Thermal performance of wickless heat pipe solar collector with surfactant added nanofluid and solar tracking- A Review” in International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research , Volum4.Issu 1,January-2015,P.178.-.182.
  • Mr. Abhijeet A. Pawar et.al, “Thermal performance of wickless heat pipe solar collector with surfactant added nanofluid and solar tracking”, IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development, Volume 3, Issue 3, May-2015
Prof. Vishal Satish Jagadale
  • Vishal S. Jagadale, et.al., “Mechanical Behavior of Coir Fiber Reinforced Polymer Resin Composites with Saturated Ash Particles”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE) ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-9, Issue-1 . Nov. 2019.
  • Vishal S. Jagadale, et.al., “Mechanical Behavior of Polymer Resin Composites Reinforced with Banana Fiber”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering(IJRTE)’, ISSN: 2277-3878 (Online), Volume-8 Issue-4, November 2019. Page No.: 8827-8830.
  • Vishal S. Jagadale, et.al., “Mechanical Behavior of Coir Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Composites with Variable Fiber Lengths”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)’, ISSN: 2278–3075 (Online), Volume-8 Issue-10, August 2019, Page No.: 3006-3011.
  • Vishal S. Jagadale, et.al., “Review on: Multi - Objective optimization of Composite Automobile over Drive Shaft”, International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication ISSN: 2321-8169 Volume: 7 Issue: 3 44 – 47, IJRITCC | March 2019.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Experimental Investigation of Basalt fiber/ Epoxy composite for Automobile Leaf Spring”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Enhancement of Thermal performance of Wickless Heat pipe solar Collector with Surfactant Added Nanofluid”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, TechnoSocietal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Effect of Hybrid reinforcement on Mechanical Properties of Aluminium based Matrix Composites”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "An Experimental study of Effect of Silicon Carbide on Mechanical Properties of Aluminium Based Composites”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018
  • Vishal S. Jagadale et.al, “Experimental Investigation of Mechanical properties of Glass Fiber/ Epoxy resin composites with variable volume fraction”, Materials Today: Proceedings 4(2017) 9487-9490, 2017.
  • Vishal S. Jagadale, Prof. L.B.Raut, “Experimental Investigation of Mechanical properties of GlassFiber/ Epoxy resin composites with variable volume fraction”, International Advanced Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 3, Special Issue 1, March 2016.
  • Vishal S. Jagadale, et.al, “Effect of change in Volume Fraction on Mechanical Properties of Glass Fiber/Epoxy Resin Composites”, International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol. 2, Aug. 2016.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Heat Transfer Intensification with Different Width Swirl Generator", Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2018, Techno-Societal 2016.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Six Stroke Engine", Special Issue- Recent Trends In Mechanical Engineering, VVPIET, Solapur, Maharashtra, India, IJIERT February 2015.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al., "Numerical Simulation of Steady Flow through Engine Intake System Using CFD",IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 12, Issue 1 Ver. II (Jan- Feb. 2015), PP 30-45.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al., "Variable Power Supply Using Microcontroller", International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR) ISSN: 2321-0869, Volume-2, Issue-12, December 2014.
Prof.Shrinivas K. Patil
  • Shrinivas K. Patil, Santosh J. Madki, Abhay V. Gaur, Siddaveer Sangamad,”Comparison & Analysis of Residual stress Impact due to Autofrettage, IN Hydraulic Cylinders.”,International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology,Vol-3, issue-3, March 2014,1234-1235
  • Shrinivas K. Patil, Ratnakar V. Wadajkar, Concept of Autofrettage & Residual stress analysis of High Pressure cylindrical Components”,International Journal of Advances in Management , Technology & Engineering., Vol.-II, issue 3, Dec. 2012, 107-110
  • Shrinivas Kiran Patil,Santosh J. Madki.”Optimization through Residual stress analysis of high pressure cylinder component at post-Autofrettage stage”, AEOTIT, July 2013, 491-493

International Conferences

Prof. Vishwasinha V. Bhosale
  • Vishwasinha bhosale et.al, " Investigation on performance and emission characteristics of a variable compression multi fuel engine fuelled with Argomone Mexicana biodiesel–diesel blend”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
Prof. Abhijeet Arjunrao Pawar

  • Mr. Abhijeet A. Pawar, et al, “Augmentation of Thermal Performance of evacuated tube heat pipe solar collector with nanofluid”, Technospark@2020, PCCOER, VOLUME 01, EDITION 01, 2020
  • Mr. A. A. Pawar, "Enhancement of Thermal performance of Wickless Heat pipe solar Collector with Surfactant Added Nanofluid”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno- Societal 2018.
  • Mr. A. A. Pawar, et.al, “Thermal performance of wickless heat pipe solar collector with surfactant added nanofluid and solar tracking”, in Ist Post Graduate Conference of Mechanical Engineering, July 2015 at Flora Institute of Technology, Pune.
Prof. Vishal Satish Jagadale

  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Experimental Investigation of Basalt fiber/ Epoxy composite for Automobile Leaf Spring”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Enhancement of Thermal performance of Wickless Heat pipe solar Collector with Surfactant Added Nanofluid”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno- Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Effect of Hybrid reinforcement on Mechanical Properties of Aluminium based Matrix Composites”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "An Experimental study of Effect of Silicon Carbide on Mechanical Properties of Aluminium Based Composites”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, " Experimental Investigation of Basalt Fiber/Epoxy Composite for Automobile Leaf Spring”, Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2020, Techno-Societal 2018.
  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al, "Heat Transfer Intensification with Different Width Swirl Generator", Special Issue- Springer International Publishing AG 2018, Techno-Societal 2016.
  • Mr. Vishal S. Jagadale et.al, “Experimental Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Glass Fiber/Epoxy Composites with Variable Volume Fraction”, 2nd International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME-2016), Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner.

Prof.Shrinivas K. Patil

  • Patil Shrinivas Kiran et.al, “Optimization through Residual Stress Analysis of High Pressure Cylinder Component at Post-Autofrettage Stage”,International Conference on Advanced Engineering Optimization Through Intelligent Techniques (AEOTIT-2013) , SVNIT Surat
  • Patil Shrinivas Kiran et.al, “ Autofrettage in High Pressure Cylinder” International Conference on Management, Engineering & Entrepreneurship at Pune, India, Maharashtra, De. 2012

National Conferences

Prof.Abhijeet A. Pawar

  • Presented Paper on “Some studies on optimization of Gating System”, in National Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering (NCRAIME), January 2011 at TPCT‟s College of Engineering, Osmanabad.
  • Mr. A. A. Pawar et.al, “Analysis the Effect of Gating System and Thickness Variations on Shrinkage of a Rectangular Object by Simulation” 60th Indian Foundry Congress at Bengaluru.

Prof. Vishal Satish Jagadale

  • Vishal Satish Jagadale et.al., "Condition Monitoring for rear axle of the passenger cars", National conference on Noise & Vibration, at Sveri's COE, Pandharpur 16-17 March 2017.

Prof.Shrinivas K. Patil

  • Patil Shrinivas Kiran et.al, “Effects of Fatigue on Autofrettage”, National Level Seminar by Engineers India & Brindavan College of Engineering, Bangalore, Nov. 2019.
  • Patil Shrinivas Kiran et.al, “Concept of Autofrettage in High Pressure Cylinder”,National Level Paper Presentation , at SVERI’S College of Engineering Pandharpur, Oct. 2012
  • Patil Shrinivas Kiran et.al, “Types of Advanced Machining Processes”, National Level Paper Presentation , at AGP Solapur ,March 2012