Head of the Department



Prof. Dr. S. V. Gawali
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The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 1991 with an intake of 60 students which later incremented to 120 students in the year 2009. The department has developed more than 2000 market ready mechanical graduates and received over 46 lakhs sponsorships in various research and innovation activities. The faculty members are having vast experience in their field and have succeeded in keeping a lively atmosphere among the students, with timely up gradations in the curriculum and innovative teaching techniques. Many of the students are well-placed in reputed organizations like Mahindra & Mahindra, TATA Motors, Atlas Copco, Dassult systems etc. Others are pursuing M.Tech., MBA and MS courses in India & abroad. In today's fast-changing world, the ever-growing challenges of limited resources, rapid climate changes and preservation of environment demand a new generation of mechanical engineers cultivated with the necessary skills and innovative spirit. At the Department of Mechanical Engineering, we are committed to achieve excellence in training not only competent manpower for the profession, but in nurturing engineer-leaders with the ingenuity and drive to provide innovative and bold solutions to these global challenges. The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been consistently working towards the goal to produce highly skilled and scientifically oriented manpower through flexible, adaptive and progressive training programs and a cohesive interaction among the research organizations, academicians and industries. To current date PVGCOET’s Mechanical Dept accords for state of art equipment and faculties perused from reputed National Institutes. faculty of the Department are committed to provide interactive and innovative teaching to transform students into competent engineering professionals having good ethical, social and human values.

Dr. Shivaji V Gawali
HOD MECHANICAL

About Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 1991 with UG course in Mechanical Engineering having an intake of 60 students and later in 2009 the strength was increased to 120. The Department acquired its recognition as a Ph.D. Research Centre by Savitribai Phule Pune University in the year 2013. There are 5 faculty members recognized as Research Supervisors for PhD programme. The Department has received over 46 lacs from various organizations for research and innovation. We have state of art equipment’s for research and development. The Product Innovation Laboratory is buoyed by 3DPLM-Dassault Systems. La Fondation Dassault Systemes (Dassault Systems Foundation) has given sponsorship for various students projects which support the development of social needs Team Nanoknocks from department of Mechanical Engineering PVG’s COET received a cash prize 2.5 lakhs for developing a solution that solves the problems of massive oil spills and filters the waters up-to drinkable level. The department has signed MoU’s with distinguished organizations like Dassult systems and Accurate Industries. The faculty members of the department impart quality education to students as most of the faculty members have completed their education from Institutes of National Importance. The faculty promotes research culture amongst students and best practices to bridge the gap in Industry–Academia. They are committed to provide interactive and innovative teaching so as to transform students into competent engineering professionals having good ethical, social and human values. The students are focused to do final year project from reputed R&D organizations like DRDO, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and Industries like TATA motors etc.  Till date students are placed in reputed companies such as Mitsubishi (Japan), HERO Motor Corp, Siemens, Kirloskar Pneumatic, Mahindra and Mahindra etc.

Vision of the Department

“To become premier source of competent Mechanical Engineering professionals for providing service to the society”

Mission of the Department

  • To provide state of the art facility and to offer opportunities for multifaceted development and enriching learning experience for students, faculty and staff.
  • To enhance the status as a recognized academic and research Centre in collaboration with other institutions and industry.
  • To provide interactive and innovative teaching to transform students into competent engineering professionals having good ethical, social and human values.
  • To deliver ready to employ engineering graduates who are adaptable and practicing lifelong learning to meet the ever-changing requirements of the employers

The Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO-I: To demonstrate the ability to design, develop products, systems and processes in multi-disciplinary engineering environment by application of principles of Science and Engineering
  • PEO-II: To develop experimental and computational skills necessary to formulate and solve industrial problems related to Mechanical Engineering
  • PEO-III: To offer sustainable solutions through research, technological competency, leadership skills and teamwork
  • PEO-IV: To continue professional development through higher education and lifelong learning
  • PEO-V: To demonstrate socio-economic, ethical and environmental awareness while making professional decisions

Program Outcomes (POs)

Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  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 appropriate 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 experiments, 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 tools 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 practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions 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 team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at 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 in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  1. Demonstrate competency in the area of Thermal, Design, Manufacturing and to apply skills  in multidisciplinary areas of engineering
  2. Face competitive examinations that offer challenging and rewarding careers (pursuing higher studies, general administration or entrepreneurship) in mechanical engineering or other areas.

Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering of PVG’s COET has an approved as a “Post Graduate Research Centre” affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) since 2013.

List of Ph.D Supervisors
Sr.No. Name of Supervisors Research Area
1 Prof. Dr. S. V. Gawali Mechanical Design, FGM
2 Prof. Dr. M.M. Bhoomkar Design & Manufacturing
3 Prof P. G. Kulkarni Mechanical Design
4 Prof. Dr. Mrs. S. S. Sane Thermal
5 Prof. Dr. R. L. Edlabadkar Thermal
Details of the Ph.D. candidates at the Research Centre
Sr.No. Name of Student Name of Guide
1 Patil Dipak Sakharam Prof. Dr. M.M. Bhoomkar
2 KambleDattaray Pandurang Prof. Dr. M.M. Bhoomkar
3 Patil Vijay Rajaram Prof. Dr. Mrs. S. S. Sane
4 Kunjir Chandrakant Tukaram Prof. Dr. R. L. Edlabadkar
5 KaldateAnilkumarPralhad Prof. Dr. R. L. Edlabadkar

Faculty

Department of Mechanical Engineering has 4 faculty members completed Ph.D. Most of the faculty members have completed their education from Institutes of National Level Importance such as Govt. Colleges, IIT, NIT etc... The list of the faculty members working in the Department of Mechanical Engineering is as below:

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification Experience (Years)
1 Prof. Dr. S.V. Gawali HOD (Mechanical) Ph. D (Mech) Govt. College 21
2 Prof. Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Associate Professor Ph. D (Mech) Govt. College 22
3 Prof. M.C. Nagoshe Assistant Professor BE (Mech) 22
4 Prof. D.S. Patil Assistant Professor ME (Mech) 19
5 Prof. J.S. Kulkarni Assistant Professor M.E (Heat Power) 27
6 Prof. Dr.N.G. Jaiswal Assistant Professor Ph. D (Mech) COEP 18
7 Prof. Dr. P.G. Kulkarni Assistant Professor Ph. D(Mech) COEP 18
8 Prof. S.A. Yevale Assistant Professor ME (Mech) 12
9 Prof. Mrs.Ami Barot Assistant Professor ME (Mech) 15
10 Prof. P.P. Bhide Assistant Professor ME (Mech) 22
11 Prof. A.D. Zope Assistant Professor M.Tech (Mech) COEP 11
12 Prof. Mrs. M.C. Shete Assistant Professor ME (Mech) 10
13 Prof. V.S. Chavan Assistant Professor M.Tech (Mech) COEP 7
14 Prof. R. Singh Associate Professor M. Sc. 27
15 Prof. S. T. Gaikwad Assistant Professor ME 19
16 Prof. Mrs. V. S. Samant Assistant Professor ME 12
17 Prof. N. R. Sonawane Assistant Professor ME 9
18 Prof. A. C. Kulkarni Assistant Professor M.Tech (Design) COEP 5
19 Prof. P. G. Anekar Assistant Professor M.Tech (Thermal) SVNIT, Surat 5
20 Prof. D. S. Shelke Assistant Professor M.Tech (CAD/CAM) NIT, Delhi 2
21 Prof. V. B. Hiwase Assistant Professor M.Tech (Design)VNIT, Nagpur 3
22 Prof. S. S. Rampurkar Assistant Professor M.Tech (Energy) NIT, Kurukshtra 3
23 Prof. Ms. S. D. Kadbane Assistant Professor M.Tech (Cryogenic) IIT, Kharagpur 3
24 Prof. C. Srinidhi Assistant Professor ME(Heat Power) 11
25 Prof. A.V. Kamble Assistant Professor ME(Thermal) 1
26 Prof. K. N. Dadas Assistant Professor ME((Design) 1

Faculty Contribution in Curricular Development

Photo: Conducted International Workshop on Advances in Mechanical Engineering

Many of our faculty are actively involved in curriculum design at the university level. Often suggestions are given to the university authorities in include certain technical aspects in the curriculum so as to attain the program outcomes in a better way.

Our faculty have been giving the suggestions regarding curriculum gaps and possible inclusion of additional contents during syllabus framing workshops organized by the university.

Following is the list of faculty who actively participated and have given the inputs/suggestions to the university,

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Date Details of the Program
1 Mr. D. S. Shelke 11th Jan. 2019 Participated in workshop on "Syllabus Implementation for Energy Engineering", BE Mech, organized by SPPU and PES's Modern COE
2 Mr. J. S. Kulkarni 11th Jan. 2019 Participated in workshop on "Syllabus Implementation for Energy Engineering", BE Mech, organized by SPPU and PES's Modern COE
3 Mr. V. S. Chavan 11th Jan. 2019 Participated in workshop on "Syllabus Implementation for Energy Engineering", BE Mech, organized by SPPU and PES's Modern COE
4 Dr. S. V. Gawali 29th Jan. 2018 Attended workshop on " Syllabus Revision of BE Mech" organized by SPPU and Anantrao Pawar COER
5 Dr. P. G. Kulkarni 27th Feb. 2018 Participated in meeting of " Syllabus Detailing of Dynamics of Machinery" organized by SPPU and JSCOE, Pune
6 Mr. G. S. Modak 20th Mar. 2018 Attended workshop on " Syllabus Revision of Mechanical System Design", BE Mech,  organized by SPPU and DYPIoT, Pimpri
7 Mr. J. S. Kulkarni 13th Jul. 2018 Participated in workshop "Syllabus Implementation for Hydraulics and Pneumatics", Be Mech, organized by SPPU and VIIT, Pune
8 Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar 01st Aug. 2018 Attended BE Mechanical Syllabus Implementation workshop organized by SPPU and Bharti Vidyapeeth’s College of Engg. for Women, Pune
9 Mr. G. S. Modak 15th Feb. 2017 Participated in meeting of "Syllabus Revision for ME Mech, organized by SPPU and PCCOE
10 Dr. S. V. Gawali 23rd Sep. 2016 Participated in workshop on "Syllabus Structuring of TE Mech, organized by SPPU and Zeal COER
11 Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar 21st Oct. 2016 Attended workshop on "Syllabus detailing of MQC", TE Mech, organized by SPPU and Ramchandra COE
12 Mr. J. S. Kulkarni 08th Nov. 2016 Workshop on “Syllabus Detailing of Turbo Machines” at TE Mech. Organized by SPPU and Zeal COER
13 Prof. Dr. S. S. Sane 05th Aug. 2015 Attended "Syllabus Implementation of RAC for BE Mech, organized by SPPU and MAEER's MIT COE

Faculty Publications

The list of the faculty publications is listed in the below table:
Sr.No. Year Event/ Publication Conference/Journal Name of Author Name of Paper
1 2019 IJSTE International Journal Dr. P. G. Kulkarni Mrs. Ami R. Barot Attainment of Course Outcomes and Program  Outcomes:  A Case Study in an Engineering Course
2 2019 IJSTR International Journal Dr. P. G. Kulkarni Mrs. Ami R. Barot Methodology for Course Outcome Attainment Analysis for an Engineering Course
3 2018 Asian MMS 2018 International Conference Dr. G. S. Modak Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Innovative Low Cost Staircase Climbing Mechanism
4 2018 NCTR 2017 National Conference Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Mr. D. P. Kamble Pre-stressed model FE Analysis of bolted joint
5 2017 Procedia Engineering International Journal Mr. N. G. Jaiswal Dr. D. W. Pande Investigation on Selection of optimal Mother Wavelet in Mode Shape based Damage Detection Exercise
6 2017 NCTR 2017 National Conference Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar et. al. Mechanical properties of banana fiber composite
7 2017 ATSMDE 2017 International Conference Dr. G. S. Modak Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Lobe optimization and force analysis at the contact point of the conjugate wheel of an innovative stair climbing apparatus
8 2016 SCOPES 2016 IEEE Explorer Dr. G. S. Modak Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Optimization of Lobes for a stair climber using associated wheels
9 2016 International Journal of Science and Technology International Journal Mr. N. G. Jaiswal Dr. D. W. Pande Wavelet Transform for Model Data of Beam in Damage Detection Exercise
10 2016 International Journal of Advance Manufacturing Technology International Journal Dr. P. G. Kulkarni Dr. A. D. Sahastrabudhe Investigations on mother wavelet selection for health assessment of lathe bearings
11 2016 International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing International Journal Mr. V. D. Jadhav Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Experimental and Numerical FEM Analysis of Cracked Composite Beam by Vibration Techniques
12 2016 Frontiers of Mech Engg. Springer's Journal International Journal Dr. G. S. Modak Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Innovative Low Cost Stair Climber using Associated Wheels
13 2016 NCTR 2016 National Conference Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Mr. D. P. Kamble Ms. Rupam S. Adsul Methods of measuring residual stress in components
14 2016 NCTR 2016 National Conference Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Mr. D. P. Kamble Ms. Rupam S. Adsul Vibration analysis of a cracked cantilever beam using wavelet technique
15 2015 IJSREE International Journal Dr. S. V. Gawali et. al. Effect of coefficient of Asymmetry on Strength and Contact Ratio of Asymmetrical Gear
16 2015 IJIERT 2015 International Journal Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Nelam Kamthe Design improvement of variable displacement pumps- Review
17 2015 International Journal of Scientific Technology Research International Journal Mr. N. G. Jaiswal Dr. D. W. Pande Sensitizing the mode shapes of beam towards damage detection using curvature and wavelet transform
18 2015 ICIC 2015 International Conference Mr. P. G. Kulkarni Dr. A. D. Sahastrabudhe A Theoretical Model For Studying Vibrations of Ball Bearing With Localised Defects on Inner Race Using Cubic Hermite Spline
19 2015 NCTR 2015 National Conference Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Mr. A. C. Kulkarni Study of effect of orientation and boundary condition on vibration characteristics of circular plate with edge crack
20 2015 iNaCoMM 2015 SMDC - 03 International Conference Dr. G. S. Modak Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar Conjugate-wheel driven ‘Staircase Climbing Wheelchair’

Major Laboratories

Sr. No. Name of the Laboratory Name of the Important Equipment
1 Theory of Machines Lab
  • Slip/Creep Measurement apparatus in Belt Drive
  • Clutch Plate & Brake Liner Test rig
  • Motorized Gyroscope
  • Universal Governor Apparatus
  • Generation of Involute Gear tooth profile by Rack Cutter
  • Cam profile analysis test rig (CAM Dynamics)
  • Differential Gear Box
2 Dynamics of Machinery Lab
  • Motorized Gyroscope
  • Vibration Lab.
  • Dynamic Balancing Machine
  • Bearing Test-rig for Rolling contact bearings
  • Dynamic Balancing of Rotating Masses Machine
  • N I Data Acquisition System
  • G.R.A.S. General Purpose Array Microphone
  • IMI Industrial 2 Pin Accelerometer Pin on Disc (160 X 8 mm) Apparatus
3 Heat Transfer Lab
  • Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod
  • Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powder
  • Stefan Boltzmann Apparatus
  • Natural Convection (Vertical Cylinder) Apparatus
  • Composite Wall Apparatus
  • Forced Convection Set-Up
  • Pin Fin Apparatus
  • Emissivity Measurement Set-Up
4 Computer Laboratories (Lab A, B, D, E)  (04 labs)
  • Servers 6 Nos (2 Dell, 1 IBM, 1 Intel Xenon, 2 workstations
  • Acer Desktop PC i3 (18 Nos.)
  • Acer Desktop PC i5 (40 Nos.)
  • Lenovo Desktop i3 (10 Nos)
  • Dell T3020 i5 (10 Nos.)
  • HP C2D (25 Nos)
  • HP DX 2480 (50 Nos)
  • Software: Pro-Engineer Wild Fire-5 Server based Software, Master CAM 5 X, Ansys Software Ver. 14.0, Matlab 2018 campus license, Autocad 2018 and 2019 server License
5 Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Lab
  • Re-circulating Type Air Conditioning Test Rig (1TR)
  • Ice Plant Test rig
  • Vapour Compression Cycle Test rig
  • Vapour Absorption Cycle Test Rig Heat Pump Test Set-up
6 Fluid Mechanics
  • Red Wood Viscometer
  • Venturi & Orifice Meter
  • V- Notch Apparatus
  • Apparatus for Metacentric Height of Floating Objects
  • Reynolds Apparatus
  • Bernoulli’s Experiment
  • Orifice Mouthpiece Apparatus
  • Experimental Setup for determining Major Losses through Pipe Friction Experimental setup for determining Minor Losses through Pipe fittings
7 Turbo Machines Laboratory
  • Variable Speed Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
  • Francis Turbine Test Rig
  • Pelton Wheel Turbine Test Rig
8 Applied Thermodynamics Laboratory
  • Test Rig For A Multi cylinder 4 Stroke Petrol Engine Coupled With Hydraulic Dynamometer
  • Rotary Compressor Test Rig
  • Test Rig for Twin Cylinder 10 HP Diesel Engine Coupled With Alternator
  • Single Stage Reciprocating Air Compressor Test Rig
  • Computerized 3 Cylinder 4 Stroke Petrol Engine
  • Variable Compression Ratio Diesel Engine
  • Multi Stage Reciprocating Air Compressor Test Rig
9 Mechatronics Laboratory
  • Study of Data Acquisition & Logging Software Dongle
  • Ladder Diagram/ Programming PLC Software for Level control
  • Displacement Measurement using LVDT
  • PID based Temperature Control Setup
  • PID based DC Motor Speed Control Setup
  • Study of Switches & Relays
10 Metallurgy Laboratory
  • Trinocular Microscope with Computerizes Attachment
  • Impact Testing Machine Model AIT 300N
  • Jominey End Quench Hardness Tester
  • Rockwell/Brinell Hardness Tester
  • Magnetic Particle Crack Detector
11 Strength of Materials Laboratory
  • 20 Ton, Computerized Universal Testing Machine having following attachments:
    a.        Tensile Test
    b.        Compression Test
    c.        Shear Test
    d.        Transverse Test
    e.        Software
  • 200 N-m Digital Torsion Testing Machine with Software Real-time Graph
12 Metrology and Quality Control Laboratory
  • Pneumatic Comparator
  • Profile Projector
  • Monochromatic Light Unit with Specimen Set
  • Surface Roughness Tester
  • Tool Makers Microscope
13 Hydraulics & Pneumatics Lab
  • Gear Pump Test Rig
  • Hydraulic Trainer Kit with Power Pack
  • Pressure Relief Valve Test Rig
  • Basic Pneumatic Training Kit
  • Actuator Test Bench
14 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
  • Model of various Boilers eg. Babcock Wilcox, Locomotive, Cornish, Lanchanshire, Cochran Boilers
  • Instructional Models (Sectional) of Two Stroke Petrol Engine, Four Stroke Petrol Engine, Four Stroke Diesel Engine, Wankel Rotary Engine
  • Instructional Models of Boiler Mountings eg. Blow off Cock, Lever Safety Valve, lever safety valve, Stop Valve, Spring-loaded Safety Valve, Stuffing Box
  • Instructional Models of Boiler accessories eg. Green’s Economizer, Sudgen Superheater
  • Instruction Model of Power Transmitting Elements eg. Single Plate Clutch, Cone Cluch, Oldham Coupling, Hookes Joint.
  • Model of Turbo Jet Power Unit
  • Model of Steam Engine with a Boiler and Dynamo
15 Workshop
  • Hack Saw Machine
  • Surface Plate
  • Pillar Drill Machine
  • Portable Straight Grinder
  • Angle Grinder
  • Wood Turning Lathe machine
  • Double Ended Grinder
  • Bench type drill machine
  • Metal shearing machine
  • Leg shearing machine
  • Buffing machine
  • Welding transformer 3 phase
  • Welding transformer 2 phase
  • Pipe vice
  • Flame cutting machine
  • TIG welding machine
  • Lathe machine
  • Anvil
  • Swag Box
  • Milling machine
  • Enterprise Geared Lathe machine
  • Plastic injection moulding machine
  • Welding machine single phase
  • Shaping machine
  • Fly press machine
  • Spot welding machine
  • CNC Trainer lathe machine
  • Bench Vice
Additional Facilities
Facility Name Details
Product Innovation Lab (PIL) 6 DOF Robotics arm (ROB0036),  Lego Kits (45544 and 45560 LME EV3 expansion set),  A-01408 Poppy humanoid robot, 3D Printer KT-PR0041EU Lulzbot TAZ,  Auto Simulator,  Automatic Wiper system with powder coating assembly
N I Data acquisition system
Matlab, Labview Softwares (Educational Version)
GRAS general purpose array microphone
Triaxial miniature accelerometer
Impact hammer
National Instrument single slot chassis,

Students Achievements

Photo: Recognition and Scholarship of our Students by Avery Dennison

Photo: Recognition and Award to Our Students at KPIT Sparkle Event

Photo: Runner Up position by our Students at National Students’ Design Competition 2017-18 Organized by ISHRAE


Sr. No. Institute Event Name of the Students Duration of the Event Rank
1 ABHIKALAP 2019 Design Competition for Innovative Projects ShrinidhiVinze 06th&07th Mar. 19 First
2 MKSSS Cummins College, Pune “Cyclothone” National level event Harshratna Sawant
KoutukShinge
01st&02nd Feb. 19 First
3 MIT-ADT University Pune Project Expo Actual Model MIT Persona Fest 2019 TejasKabra 14th to 17th Feb. 19 First
4 MIT-ADT University Pune Innovative Technical Idea MIT Persona Fest 2019 TejasKabra 14thto 17th Feb. 19 First
5 The Avery Dennison Foundation 2016 Spirit of Invention Scholarship Award ShreenidhiVinze 2018-19
6 SPPU PUNE Avishkar 2018 University Level Research Project Competition TejasKondhalkar 2018-19
7 SPPU PUNE Avishkar 2018 University Level Research Project Competition Krunal Gautam 2018-19
8 SPPU PUNE Avishkar 2018 University Level Research Project Competition ShlokDeore 2018-19
9 SPPU PUNE Avishkar 2018 University Level Research Project Competition Chinmay Khaladkar 2018-19
10 SPPU PUNE Avishkar 2018 University Level Research Project Competition SanikaChandrachood 2018-19
11 Dassault Systems 3D Experience Associate CATIA Mechanical Design Essentials Shantanu Methikar 15th July 2017
12 Dassault Systems 3 D Experience Associate CATIA Mechanical Design Essentials Chitanya Shinde 01st Aug. 2017
13 Dassault Systems 3D Experience Associate CATIA Mechanical Design Essentials Rushikesh Yadav 01st Aug. 2017
14 AAKRUTI 2017 Solid Works & Dassault Systems Design Contest KabraTejas 2017
15 AAKRUTI 2017 Solid Works & Dassault Systems Design contest AmeyKardile 2017
16 Australian Government IP Australia Innovation Patent Tejas Kabra
Ameya Kardile
17th Nov. 2016
17 AAKRUTI 2016 Solid Works & 3dPLM Design contest TejasKabra 2016
18 AAKRUTI 2016 Solid Works & 3dPLM Design contest AmeyKardile 2016
19 Australian Government IP Australia Innovation Patent Suresh Ghotekar
Amey Kardile
29th Oct.2015
Some other Achievements
Sr. No. Name of the Student Academic Year Competitive Details Organized by Recognition/Awards
1 SanikaChandrachud 2018-19 Avishkar (University Level Research Project Compeition) SPPU Pune Participation after Initial Screening
2 ShlokDeore 2018-19 Avishkar (University Level Research Project Compeition) SPPU Pune Participation after Initial Screening
3 ShrinidhiVinze 2018-19 ‘Abhikalp 2019’ Design Competition for innovative Projects Design Innovation Centre, SPPU Pune First Position
4 Abhijit Bhasme 2017-18 National Student Design Competition 2017-18 Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) Runner Up (Cash Prize of Rs.10,000)
5 SanikaChandrachud 2017-18 Akruti 2018 Dassault Systems Top Finalist- Awarded with Sponsorship for Travel to USA
6 Devashish Deshpande 2017-18 Akruti 2018 Dassault Systems Top Finalist- Awarded with Sponsorship for Travel to USA
7 AmeyKardile 2017-18 KPIT Sparkle KPIT Silver Prize of Rs.2.5 Lac
8 TejasKabra 2017-18 KPIT Sparkle KPIT
9 RuchaChauthai 2017-18 KPIT Sparkle KPIT
10 Gaurav Gharate 2016-17 Avery Dennison Foundation Invent Scholarship Program Avery Dennison Foundation Prize of $1300
11 ShreenidhiVinze 2015-16 Avery Dennison Foundation Invent Scholarship Program Avery Dennison Foundation Prize of $1300
12 Shravan Patankar 2015-16 Avery Dennison Foundation Invent Scholarship Program Avery Dennison Foundation Prize of $1300

The commissioner of Patents (Australia) -“A Process For Bio-Synthesizing Metal Nano-Particles” on 29th Oct. 2015 by AmeyKardile


The commissioner of Patents (Australia) - “An Automatic Male/Female Adapter Engaging/Disengaging Device” on 17th Nov 2016 by TejasKabra and AmeyKardile

MESA

MESA is the students’ activity cell aimed at overall development of student’s fraternity. MESA provides a platform to inculcate the technical and managerial skills amongst participating student community. The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunity for the students of Mechanical Department of PVGCOET:
  • Improve a sense of community & unity
  • Provide platform to present their skills
  • Maintain academic freedom
  • Promote leadership skills
  • Make overall development
‘MESA’ is an organization which works for the benefits of the students. The purpose of MESA is to enrich students with different qualities to enhance their personality and emerges as multi-functional engineer who is recognized globally. MESA was established in the year 1990. The motto of MESA is to mould one’s personality in such a way that one becomes equally competent in all streams of engineering. Various sports events are also conducted under MESA such as Cricket, Football, and Badminton etc.

MESA Committee for Academic Year 2020-21
  • President- Dr. S. V. Gawali
  • Staff Coordinator- Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar
  • Staff Coordinator - Prof. P. G. Anekar
ALL INDIA VAYU SAINIK CAMP

With pride PVGCOET  Mechanical Engg. Dept. Share a very good News of our student achievements.

A Maharashtra Platoon led by Our T.E Mech student Chi. Soha Samak got first position in AIVSC-All India Vayu Sainik Camp.

A top most Ranked Camp for NCC Air wing .Jodhpur 2019. Maharastra could manage this after 6 years.

Congrats to Soha and Thanks to all for support.

The Training Program on 'Advances in Metrology: CMM Programming and Applications' with hands on experience on Advanced CMM machine is successfully conducted for TE mechanical students of PVG'S COE&T, Pune.

The Training Program is held at Accurate Gauging Pvt. Ltd, Pune on 23rd and 24th Sept. 2019.

The paid workshop is organised and conducted as a part of MOU signed between PVG'S COE&T and Accurate Gauging Pvt. Ltd.

Prof. Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar accompany 52 students for paid training programme.





About BAJA SAE competition
The BAJA SAE Competition is an event for the undergraduate engineering students, organized globally by the society of Automotive Engineers, USA. Competition involves design, manufacturing, testing and racing of completely student built All terrain vehicle through various advanced testing methods and hurdles tracks. "Team Conquistador" is a official BAJA team of PVG's College of Engg & Technology, Pune 09 formed in 2014. We are among 120 teams pan india participate in competition. Testing and Racing competition held at NATRAX, NATRIP Pithampur, Indore for about 5 days. Students gain lot of practical knowledge and have fun participating in the event. Our team also secured 59th all india rank in 2018 and won 'Passion to Podium' award in 2016. Prof. Vishal S. Chavan, from Mechanical Engineering Department is faculty advisor for above competition. About SUPRA SAE competition
The SUPRA SAE Competition is an event for the undergraduate engineering students, organized globally by the society of Automotive Engineers, USA. Competition involves design, manufacturing, testing and racing of completely student built Formula racing car through various advanced testing methods and Formula race tracks. "Team Maverick" is a official BAJA team of PVG's College of Engg & Technology, Pune 09 formed in 2015. We are among 120 teams pan india participate in competition. Testing and Racing competition held at Formula 1 track at Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida for about 5 days. Students gain lot of practical knowledge and have fun participating in the event. Our team also have secured 15th all india rank in SUPRA 2019 and 16th all india rank in formula bharat and won 'Best Appearance Car' award in SUPRA 2019. Prof. Vishal S. Chavan, from Mechanical Engineering Department is faculty advisor for above competition.

Interaction with Outside World

Industry sponsored projects of AY 2019-20

PROJECT TITLE: DAMAGE POTENTIAL OF DIFFERENT PROJECTILE-TARGET SYSTEM SUBJECTED TO HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: DEFENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
PROJECT GUIDE: DR. S. V. GAWALI
Projectile or fragment penetration in multi-layered target at hypervelocity, is a complex phenomenon. It is influenced by projectile geometries, mass of the projectile as well as on the impact conditions. The project involves carrying out simulation studies of Stainless-Steel alloy projectiles of varying shape, size and mass impacting multi-layered spaced target in various conditions at hypervelocity. The target is chosen as a stack of two steel plates, which are separated by 50 mm. The first plate is 6 mm thick and the second is 8 mm thick. Studies are carried out to estimate the minimum size and optimum penetration capability of a selected projectile that is required to defeat the target in different orientations with plate obliquities of 0°, 50° and 70°. The orientations for cylindrical projectiles are varied with yaws of 0°, ±30°, ±60° and are impacted with hyper-velocities at 3 km/s and 7 km/s.

Modelling and Simulation studies are carried out using commercially available software called ABAQUS and FEA method of Lagrangian approach using Johnson Cook as damage model. Around approximately more than 350 simulations have been performed for optimum mass and shape of the projectile on high speed computers. The project is aimed at investigating the hole size formed and predicting whether stack of all selected plates are throughout penetrated by projectiles. Specifically sphere and cylindrical shapes (of ratio Length/Diameter = 1, 3, 5) are selected for analysis. Conclusions are derived on basis of large amount of simulations data by plotting graphs and analyzing the rends of damage and optimizing projectile shape and size with its mass.
PROJECT TITLE: VACUUM ASSISTED ENGINE COOLANT FILLING APPARATUS
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: TATA MOTORS PVT. LTD.
PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. S. S. RAMPURKAR & DR. S. T. GAIKWAD
Engine's cooling system is crucial in order to keep engine running. In most of vehicle liquid cooling is used. Coolant, that circulates around engine, need to be filled in radiator through radiator cap. However direct coolant filling result into formation of air pockets inside system. These air pockets are removed by increasing temperature of coolant (by running engine for some time) and removing air from air bleed valve. This process requires time and proper engine running conditions also.

Solution to this tedious process is filling the coolant by creating a vacuum in radiator and sucking in the coolant by pressure difference. Vacuum can be created by using shop floor's compressed air line. After, creating vacuum, radiator can be checked for leakages by using pressure gauge. After ensuring that no leakages are present, valve to coolant inlet can be opened and coolant will be sucked in naturally due to pressure difference. Advantage is that time required for process will be reduced and no use of vacuum pump hence no moving parts.
PROJECT TITLE: A SIDEWALK AUTOMATED DELIVERY ROBOTS (SADRs)
PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. P. G. ANEKAR
E-Commerce and package deliveries are growing at a fast pace and there is an increased demand for same-day deliveries. Established delivery companies and new start-ups are investing in technologies that reduce delivery times and/or increase delivery drivers’ productivity. In this context, the adoption of Sidewalk Automated (or Autonomous) Delivery Robots (SADRs) has a growing appeal. SADRs are pedestrian sized robots that deliver items to customers without the intervention of a delivery person.

For Delivery of item we require a online delivery system like Fed-ex or for delivering food there is Zomato, Uber ears and Swiggy. They all need humans to function as all functions including pickup to delivery is performed by man. The delivery may require lot of time in case of traffic. Also it can be dangerous for delivery person to transport during times like war or pandemic. To solve these small but major issues of delivery we can use autonomous vehicle or Robot as a viable alternative.

Our project is intended to do the similar work as a delivery man, it will pick up, transport and deliver item to required destination. As it will have its own pathway, there will be no delay in delivery time. Thus it will save time along with reduction in human effort. In the pandemic like Covid-19, where human gathering is not allowed, our project can be an viable and effective alternative.
PROJECT TITLE: DESIGN OF RAIL BASED LAUNCHER SYSTEMS
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: DEFENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
PROJECT GUIDE: DR. S. V. GAWALI
Indian railways, though reliable and adequately operational, are not technologically advanced and safe. In other words, they do not meet the benchmarks set by the advanced European railway technologies.

So, to meet the need of the hour, this project aims to improve the railway systems and virtually implement one of the advancements, i.e. use of articulation in the railways.This system is typically implemented in Jacobs bogies, in which two coaches share a common bogie. The result of this implementation is that the number of bogies are reduced by half and implicitly, the number of wheels are also reduced by half. Hence, this reduces the overall friction between the rails and the bogie wheels and also reduction in overall weight. This will facilitate high speed transportation and also increased safety.

It is the exact time of Indian Railways to meet its technical upgradation and getting its next level infrastructure with high speed rails of India.
PROJECT TITLE: A SEMI-AUTOMATIC BATTERY OPERATED (SABO) GARBAGE SWEEPING MACHINE
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: LA FOUNDATION DASSAULT SYSTEM
PROJECT GUIDE: DR. S. V. GAWALI & PROF. S. S. RAMPURKAR
SABO, A semi-automatic battery operated (SABO) garbage sweeping machine is a proposed solution for garbage collection technique by Product Innovation Lab, PVG's COET,Pune. Existing Solutions for garbage collection are not optimized for Indian road conditions and complexity of some technology does not allow us to prioritize the quantity needed for maximum effect.Cost,efficiency and ergonomic design are three keyparameters considered in SABO. SABO uses the same principle of reciprocating manual sweeping method but with a long continuous brush that rotates at certain RPM in an enclosed trolley.

SABO reduce labour,considerably increase work output,bristles of the brush adapt to the terrain conditions andis economically feasible.SABO will revolutionize the way of garbage collection and will make our country green and clean.

INDUSTRY SPONSORED PROJECTS OF PREVIOUS AY

PROJECT TITLE: VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF V BLOCK FIXTURE
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: ATLAS COPCO PVT. LTD.
The objective was to analyze the vibrations induced in V-block while machining a component. Block fixture was analyzed in its original condition. The maximum amplitude of vibration was more than permissible limit.  The modification in the fixture was done to damp the vibrations.
PROJECT TITLE: DESIGN AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF TRANSIT CASE FOR 500 KG CLASS AIR DELIVERED MUNITION
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: DEFENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
On the basis of geometry, three different types transit Cases were analyzed. 1) Cylindrical Transit Case   2) Hexagonal Transit Case 3) Rectangular Transit Case Two different material were also tested:
  • Aluminum Alloy
  • Glass Fiber
PROJECT TITLE: DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING OF WELDING POSITIONER
SPONSORED INDUSTRY: VARDHISHNU TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.
Objective was to design, analyze and fabricate a sturdy welding positioner that can easily rotate 80 kg job cum fixture.

PROJECTS IN PRODUCT INNOVATION LAB

PROJECT TITLE: ASTEROID: THE HUMANOID ROBOT
PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. S. S. RAMPURKAR
Product innovation lab is working on project "ASTEROID: The Humanoid Robot". The project has been inspired by poppy humanoid and success of bionic arm.The main motive is to design and build a low cost humanoid robot and to achieve basic movements like walking, self-balancing and pick and dropping which are similar to humans along with making it mobile and wireless. Aspired Humanoid will be of 70cm height and 3 kg weight with 19 degrees of freedom similar to human joints.

The project undertaken aspires to achieve static and dynamic stable walk so that humanoid will be in position to perform assigned task considering its workspace environment flawlessly. We also focused on designing gripper to grasp various objects considering its orientation as pick and drop objects is one of the important motions of the humanoid in any application.

The design has been completed and 3D printing technology available in lab is being used for manufacturing. Kinematic simulation, structural analysis, workspace calculation involves use of ANSYS and MATLAB software.The interfacing of electronic components and developing coding framework to make humanoid motions independent has been accomplished by following then path of interdisciplinary approach. The project opens opportunities for image processing and AI Implementation.
PROJECT TITLE: BIONIC ARM
PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. A. C. KULKARNI
The human hand is a complex system, with a large number of degrees of freedom sensors embedded in its structure, actuators and tendons, and a complex hierarchical control. Despite this complexity, the efforts required to the user to carry out the different movements are quite small. The myoelectric arm works under the influence of Electromyography (EMG) signals extracted from skin surface. The Electromyogram signal is a neuro muscular signal that measures electric potential generated in muscles during their contraction and relaxation representing neuromuscular activities. These Electromyographic signals are utilized to run various motors which enable the user (patient) to grip and move limbs in a much more effective manner. Prosthetic hands are replication of the natural hand, with significantly reduced grasping capabilities and no sensory information delivered back to the user. Despite the significant impact of losing a hand, numbers of amputees requiring prosthesis are too small to push manufacturers to innovate their products, so both the control interfaces and mechanisms have barely changed in the past 40 years.

The outcome of this project is to create a cost effective less weight Bionic Arm that can mimic the hand gestures correctly. This will help lower elbow amputees by providing them a solution that will help them in their day to day tasks. This in turn will give them more independence and improve their quality of life. This Bionic Arm consists of total 14 Degrees of Freedom which includes 11 palm motions and 3 wrist motions. For actuation of fingers linear actuator which works on the principle of slider crank mechanism are used. For thumb servo motor is also used for thumb rotation purpose. In wrist servo motors are used for giving desired degrees of freedom.

Bionic Arm is designed by using 3DExperience platform of Dassault Systems which provided many helpful tools like Part Design, Assembly Design, and Mechanical System Design. 3D Printing is used for manufacturing of Bionic Arm.

PRODUCT INNOVATION LAB

Sponsored Research

Sr. No. Date Name of the Funding Agency Project Title Amount in Rs.
1 27-06-2017 Force Motors Ltd. Maverick 39,200
2 29-01-2018 3DPLM Software Product Innovation Lab 4,50,000
3 23-03-2018 3DPLM Software Product Innovation Lab 4,50,000
4 25-04-2018 Sponsorship by Alumni Maverick 5,000
5 02-09-2016 DANFOSS POWER SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD Conquistador 3,60,000
6 11-11-2016 Board of College and University Development (Under Planning &Development) Process parameter optimization and characterization of functionally graded materials 1,00,000
7 15-12-2016 Atlas Copco Conquistador Design 98,400
8 06-02-2017 Wadhokar Industries (SM Rolling Works) Maverick Vehicle Design 1,50,000
9 20-03-2017 Sponsorship by Alumni Maverick SAE India 42,000
10 03-05-2017 Force Motors Ltd. Maverick 1,56,800
11 10-05-2015 Atlas Copco Maverick SAE India 98,000
12 18-09-2015 PVG (TR CD8 Cheque No.407476 Dated 16/9/2015 Vehicle Design & Development 1,16,000
13 07-11-2015 PVG (TR CD8 Cheque No.407351 Dated 3/11/2015 Design of Transmission system 1,03,677
14 27-12-2015 PVG (TR CD8 Cheque No.406815 Dated 19/12/2016 Design of steering & Suspension system 25,000
15 15-02-2016 MACHINIST TECNOLOGIES Vehicle Design & Research Development 25,000
16 26-07-2016 3DPLM Software Product Innovation Lab 1,00,000
17 13-07-2016 3DPLM Software Product Innovation Lab projects 10,00,000
18 19-12-2018 DASSAULT SYSTEMS LA Foundation Bionic Arm 3,85,000
19 24-12-2018 3DPLM Software Product Innovation Lab 5,00,000
20 22-10-2018 Finite Four Meverick system design 25,000
21 05-11-2018 Continental Automotive Meverick components design 1,00,000
22 28-02-2019 Mansi Technoforge Vehicle Design 1,00,000
23 20-08-2019 SKD Consultant Vehicle Design 31,000
24 28-09-2019 3DPLM Software Product Innovation Lab 1,50,000
25 23-01-2020 La Foundation Dassault System Design & Manufacturing of Road Garbage collecting machine 50,000
Total Amount 46,60,077

Models of Mechanisms


Davis Steering Gear Mechanism
It is six linked mechanism with three sliding and four revolute pairs. It is a perfect steering-gear mechanism

Class I (4-Revolute) Kinematic Chain
It is four linked kinematic chain with four revolute pairs. It is used to demonstrate Grashoffian Linkage from which crank –rocker, double crank and double rocker inversions can be obtained by fixing different link in turn

Class II (4-Revolute) 4-R Kinematic Chain
It is four linked kinematic chain with four revolute pairs. It is used to demonstrate Non-Grashoffian Linkage, from which only double rocker mechanisms can be obtained, by fixing different link in turn

Peaucellier Straight Line Mechanism
It is perfect straight line mechanism consisting of 8 links and 10 revolute pairs. Tough total joints are six, four of them are ternary and two are binary.

Crank and Slotted Lever Quick Return Mechanism
It is four bar mechanism with 3 revolute and one sliding pair. Crank rotation is uniform but lever oscillation is non uniform with one stroke slower than other.

Virtual Labs

Subject: Numerical Methods & Optimization
http://vlabpvg.org/NMO/labs/explist.php

Subject: Analysis & Synthesis of Mechanisms
http://vlabpvg.org/tom/labs/explist.php

SAE India Collegiate Club - BAJA, SUPRA

Robotics Club

Robotics Cell

  • Students’ cell formed for inculcating the abilities of designing, building and testing robots.
  • Forms a cohesive group of students irrespective of their year of study of the undergraduate course, who are passionate about robots.
  • Students get a chance to develop the configurations intended for specific use as per the problem statement of various competitions.
  • The robotics cell conducts robotics workshops for students to impart training about mechanism design, types of actuators, microcontrollers and microprocessors and coding.
  • In the years 2015 and 2016, PVGCOET’s ROBOCON team was one of the top 30 teams competing in the tournament.

ISHRAE Chapter

About ISHRAE



Background
The Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE), was founded in 1981 at New Delhi by a group of eminent HVAC&R professionals. ISHRAE today has more than 28,780 HVAC&R professionals and Student-members. ISHRAE operates from 41 Chapters and sub Chapters spread all over India, with HQ in Delhi. It is led by a team of elected officers, who are members of the Society, working on a voluntary basis, and collectively called the Board of Governors.

ISHRAE Mission
To promote the goals of the Society for the benefit of the general public. Towards this objective, the Chapters of the Society participate in, and organize, activities to protect the Environment, improve Indoor Air Quality, help Energy Conservation, provide continuing education to the Members and others in the HVAC & related user Industries and offer certification programs, career guidance to students at the local colleges and tertiary institutions.

Activities
As part of its objectives to promote the interests of the HVAC&R Industry, ISHRAE is involved in various activities. ISHRAE reaches out to all its members and seeks their active participation & involvement in all the Events/Programs.

Programs
ISHRAE conducts Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and Exhibitions throughout the country with both national and international participants to discuss, promote and display the state of the art technologies, systems, products and services. ISHRAE organizes ACREX INDIA, the largest international exposition in South Asia on the Air-Conditioning, Refrigeration, Ventilation and Building services industry. Held annually, ACREX is considered to be a major opportunity to showcase the latest technologies / innovations, and provide a platform for buyer- seller meet for technical & commercial personnel in the HVAC& R field.

Education & Training
ISHRAE Institute of Excellence (IIE), the educational arm of the Society, is working towards human resource development in the HVAC&R industry in the country by conducting various courses. One of the most important objectives of ISHRAE is Training Programs, and this is attempted at various levels. Right at the apex of the pyramid we have the ICP (ISHRAE Certified Professional) Certification Courses on Clean rooms AC-Design, AC Service and others. At the next level ISHRAE offers a 4-month full time Diploma Course for graduate engineers. In addition at the Chapter level ISHRAE holds several successful training programs, workshops, short term courses, e-learning opportunities & product presentations.

Research
ISHRAE promotes research in the field of HVAC&R technology. It offers financial support to Graduate/Post Graduate students, to carry out innovative work on R & D in Technology, Systems, Processes.

Publications
ISHRAE publications strive to help its members & the industry keep up-to date with the technical developments, latest trends, and sunrise technologies. ISHRAE Standards, Fundamental books on various topics, HVAC&R Handbooks and the extremely popular & informative ISHRAE Journal, are a few such publications.

Student activity
ISHRAE student chapters in more than 150 engineering colleges encourage students to opt for careers in the HVAC&R industry. Knowledge dissemination is done through seminars, quiz contests, plant and site visits. K-12 initiative of ISHRAE is focused on school students’ contests, in making them aware of subjects like, energy conservation and environmental concerns through drawing competitions, poster design, quiz and planting of trees. Emphasis on STEM education is stressed to inculcate a scientific fervour & help develop these young children into responsible citizens.

About PVG COET ISHRAE Student Chapter

PVG COET ISHRAE Student chapter was established on 21st August 2015. The Chapter Installation Ceremony was conducted by Mr. Arun Chaudhari, President, ISHRAE Pune Chapter. Mr. Arun Chaudhari gave information about ISHRAE and conducted. Mr. Sunil Gogate introduces the overview of the Refrigeration & Air Conditioning industry and job Opportunities. Hon Principal Dr. Y. P. Nerkar and HMED Dr. Mrs. Suneeta Sane was present for the ceremony.



Core Working Committee 2017-18:
Abhijit Sandeep Bhasme President
Piyush Pradeep Bansarolekar Secretary
Ganesh Mahadev Patil President-Elect
Sarang Mohan Deshmukh Treasurer
Alan Baby Member
Prajakta Bhagwan Shinde Member

Visit to Vapour Absorption Chiller system installation at Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune
ISHRAE PVGCOET Student members visited Air conditioning system of Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital which utilizes the Vapour absorption type of chiller system. The students understood the electricity power generation using natural gas run IC engines. The hot exhaust gas from the Engine is utilized to run the LiBr-H2O Vapour absorption system to get the chilled water which in turn circulated throughout the hospital premises to achieve the air conditioning. The students also understood the concepts such as VCC cycle and various essential components of AC system such as chillers, cooling towers, etc. Total of 18 members along with Prof. A. D. Zope visited the plant.



Visit to Penguin Cold Storages Pvt Ltd. Kelwade, Pune
ISHRAE PVGCOET Student members visited Penguin Cold storage Pvt Ltd., Kelwade, Pune on 26th February 2019. Students learned Refrigeration systems and observed the multipressure VCC with flash chamber as subcooler. Total of 13 members along with Prof. A. D. Zope visited the plant.



Expert Lecture By Mr. Laukik Sanghavi
PVGCOET hosted a Tech Talk on “Advances in Heat exchanger Designs” on on 15th February, 2019. Mr. Lakik Sanghavi, Parishram Entreprises , Pune delivered a lecture on Heat exchanger topic. He discussed many advances incorporated in the modern heat exchangers. He also discussed the aspects of entrepreneurship and motivated students for the same. 12 students attended the guest lecture. TechTalk on Sustainability via Green Technology in HVAC
MITWPU hosted TechtALK ON on 29th January, 2019. Mr. Ramesh Paranjapey, fellow member ASHRAE and Dr. Mandar Lele Associate member of ASHRAE resented some of the Green Technologies used in HVAC field. Six student members attended the Technical talk series.



ACREX 2019
ACREX India 2019 will be South Asia’s largest Exhibition and Conference on Air Conditioning, Heating, Ventilation and Intelligent Buildings, scheduled from February 28 to March 2, 2019 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. Abounding with endless opportunities for companies to showcase their products, ACREX India 2019 will be an institution in itself – being a deeply educative and informative event with a series of technical workshops to complement the exhibition. The workshops will be conducted by esteemed national and international speakers and will provide a platform for the industry to learn and exchange knowledge and expertise on the latest trends, directions and topics germane to the HVAC&R and Building Services industries.

Two of our ISHRAE student members Mr. Kautuk Shinge and Mr. Harshratna Sawant attended the Acrex 2019.

Shape Function by Lagrange's Interpolation

Industrial Internship Training

List of Industries providing Internships

TATA Motors Ltd. Thermax Ltd. Atlas Copco (India) Ltd.
BARC Tarapur Cummins India Ltd. PARI
BHARAT FORGE Ltd. KSB Pumps Ltd. GUDEL India PVT. LTD
Google India Bangalore Bajaj Auto Pvt. Ltd. Worldwide Oilfield Machine Pvt. Ltd.
L&T Electrical & Automation Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. Kalyani Technoforge Ltd.
BHTC India P. Ltd IIT Bombay BOSCH Ltd.
Mahindra Heavy Engines Ltd. Railway Workshop, Kurduwadi DESIGN INSTITUTE
HYUNDAI KELBA AGRO ENGINEERS (P) Ltd. The JaWs MFG. CO.
JOSH Software Pvt. Ltd. PRP Engineering Works Soudamini Instruments
VIMSON INDIA ENGINEERS Endurance Technologies Ltd. Sathe Advanced Manufacturing Pvt. Ltd.
EagleBurgmann India Pvt. Ltd. MINDA industries Ltd. Oriental Fabficators
Bhagyashree Accessories P. Ltd Alpha Dies and Pattern (India) pvt.Ltd EagleBurgmann India Pvt. Ltd.
Ever Ready Engineers WIBRO FEED TECH & Automation centre Pvt. Ltd. Mungi Engineers P. Ltd.
Cybernetik Technologies pvt.Ltd Sumeet Techologies GKN Sinter Metals Pvt. Ltd.
Birlo Engineers Dochaki Designs Matchless Enterprises
Bhusawal Thermal Power station, Deepnagar Omkar Enterprises, Pune Lear Automotive India Pvt. Ltd
S. J. Iron & Steels PVT. LTD. Tecnimont Pvt. Ltd. Inoxpa India Pvt. Ltd.
FERRITES INDIA Epiroc Mining Ltd. Swastik Engineers
Ekbote Ventures Mahale P ltd Omkar Engineering

Industrial Internship Training

The list of the internship training for the AY 2019-20 is as below
ACADEMIC YEAR (2018-19)
Sr. No. Name of the Student Name of the Industry Duration of internship
1 Shounak Kelkar KELBA AGRO ENGINEERS (P) Ltd. 17th Dec 19 to 17th Jan 20
2 Ashwini Khude HYUNDAI 18th Dec 19 to 18th Jan 20
3 Vaishnavi Gosavi The JaWs MFG. CO. 23rd Dec 19 to 8th Jan 20
4 Sahil tilak JOSH Software Pvt. Ltd. 11th Dec 19 to 10th Jan 20
5 Prasad Shrestha WORLDWIDE OILFIELD PVT. LTD. 6th Jan to 12th Jan 20
6 Anurag Manjare PRP Engineering Works 10th Dec 19 to 9th Jan 20
7 Devshruti Kelkar Soudamini Instruments 16th Dec 19 to 18th Jan 20
8 Shardul Kulkarni VIMSON INDIA ENGINEERS 16th to 30th Dec 19
9 Pratik Dalwale Google India Bangalore 28th Dec 19 to 8th Jan 20
10 Sankshep Patil THERMAX 16th Dec 19 to 4th Jan 20
11 Prasad Mohite THERMAX 16th Dec 19 to 4th Jan 20
12 Aakanksha Gupte DESIGN INSTITUTE 16th to 27th Dec 19
13 Saumitra Sahasrabudhe Cummins Technical Center India 16th Dec 19 to 17th Jan 20
14 Shreyas Thakur Endurance Technologies Ltd. 20th Dec 19 to 7th Jan 20
15 Vidhi Bidkar Sathe Advanced Manufacturing Pvt. Ltd. 23rd Dec 19 to 11th Jan 20
16 Soha Samak DESIGN INSTITUTE 16th to 27th Dec 19
17 Omkar V. Shete BHARAT FORGE Ltd. 9th to 31st Dec 19
18 Manasi Mote EagleBurgmann India Pvt. Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 15th Jan 20
19 Gauri Aher EagleBurgmann India Pvt. Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 15th Jan 20
20 Shubham Sarode KSB Ltd. 10th Dec 19 to 7th Jan 20
21 Arohi Kondhalkar EagleBurgmann India Pvt. Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 15th Jan 20
22 Onkar V Vitkar MINDA industries Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 9th Jan 20
23 Milind Shinde MINDA industries Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 9th Jan 20
24 Tejas Khedekar MINDA industries Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 9th Jan 20
25 Navdeep P Davang MINDA industries Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 9th Jan 20
26 Bhas Karmarkar PARI 9th Dec 19 to 6th Jan 20
27 Atharv Kale Cummins India Ltd. 16th Dec 19 to 16th Jan 20
28 Paras S Doshi Oriental Fabficators 16th to 31st Dec 2019
29 Rutu S Joshi Oriental Fabficators 16th to 31st Dec 2019
30 Abhinav S Levharkar BARC Tarapur 26th Dec 19 to 14th Jan 20
ACADEMIC YEAR (2018-19)
Sr. No. Name of the Student Name of the Industry Duration of internship
1 Khatavkar Chaitnya Matchless Enterprises 15th to 30th June 2018
2 Chougale Utkarsh Cybernetik Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 04th to 23rd June 2018
3 Bagade Omkar Alpha Dies and Pattern (India) Pvt. Ltd. 28th May to 16th June 2018
4 Maral Prerana Worldwide Oilfield Machine Pvt. Ltd. 11th June 2018 to 13th July 2018
5 Natu Pallavi Matchless Enterprises 15th to 30th June 2018
6 Magdum Rohit S. J. Iron & Steels Pvt. Ltd. 01st to 15th June 2018
7 Hiras Pratik Birlo Engineers 01st Aug 2017 to 30th June 2018
8 Deore Shlok Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. 04th to 30th June 2018
9 Kondhalkar Tejas Thermax Ltd. 01st to 30th June 2018
10 Darekar Suraj KSB Pumps Ltd. 05th to 29th June 2018
11 Deshpande Malhar IIT Bombay 26th May to 02nd July 2018
12 Gandhi Chirag Bharat Forge 05th to 26th June 2018
13 Gandhi Shreyas TATA Motors Ltd. 01st to 29th June 2018
14 Ashtikar Aditya GUDEL India Pvt. Ltd. 08th to 22nd June 2018
15 Shivanee Dhakate Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
16 Birje Amey WIBRO FEED TECH & Automation centre Pvt. Ltd. 06th to 30th June 2018
17 Chandrachud Sanika Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
18 Bhangale Rashmi Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
19 Dave Kapil Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
20 Contractor Murtuza Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
21 Kirange Jayesh Bhusawal Thermal Power station, Deepnagar 28th May to 23rd June 2018
22 Alone Rohit Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
23 Deshpande Kajal Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. 04th to 29th June 2018
24 Somani Vishal Cummins Technology India Pvt. Ltd. Not mentioned (Certificate Date 14th June 2019)
25 Kulkarni Aditya Omkar Enterprises, Pune 12th to 18th June 2018
26 Patwardhan Omkar Cummins Technology India Pvt.Ltd. 01st June 2018 to 01st July 2018
27 Atole Sayali Bajaj Auto Pvt. Ltd. 02nd July to 30th Sept. 2018
28 Marathe Rohan Inoxpa India Pvt. Ltd. 24th Dec 2018 to 18th Jan 2019
29 Deore Paresh Kalyani Technoforge Ltd. 01st to 15th Jan 2019
30 Bagade Omkar EagleBurgmann India Pvt. Ltd. 24th Dec 2018 to 10th Jan 2019
31 Maniyar Samad Tecnimont Pvt. Ltd. 28th Dec 2018 to 25th Jan 2019
32 Kodulkar Abhishek Mahindra Heavy Engines Ltd. 14th Dec 2018 to 08th Feb 2019
33 Patil Shivam Mahindra Heavy Engines Ltd. 14th Dec 2018 to 08th Feb 2019
34 Pukale Vishal Royal Enfield 15th Dec 2018 to 18th Jan 2019
35 Bapat Aditya Ever Ready Engineers 15th Dec 2018 to 14th Jan 2019
The list of the internship training for the AY 2017-18 is as below:
ACADEMIC YEAR (2017-18)
Sr. No. Name of the Student Name of the Industry Duration of internship
1 Akash Naokar Adient India Pvt. Ltd., Hinjewadi, Pune 12th Dec. 2017 – 31st Dec. 2017
2 Swapnil Sonawane Bharat Forge, Mundhwa, Pune 14th Dec. 2017 – 31st Dec. 2017
3 Prafulla Powar Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd., Khadki, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
4 Yash Bhandari Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
5 Kartik Kagalkar Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
6 Ansari Bushra Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
7 Aniket Gawali Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
8 Ajinkya Khare Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
9 Sumedh Vaishampayan Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
10 Rutuja Patil Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
11 Snehal Wadhokar Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
12 Suyesha Chavan Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
13 Rajnish Desale Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
14 Aditi Darbhe Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
15 Satyam Thakur Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
16 Pratik Ambekar Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
17 Unnikrishnan Nair Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
18 Rucha Kumbhojkar Atlas Copco, Dapodi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
19 Tejas Kabra Force Motors, Akurdi, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
20 Raunak Kakade Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd., Khadki, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
21 Ms. Shubhangi Jagtap Indosculp Autocomp Pvt. Ltd. Ahmednagar 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
22 Akshay Karkande Indosculp Autocomp Pvt. Ltd. Ahmednagar 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
23 Vishal Kulkarni Indosculp Autocomp Pvt. Ltd. Ahmednagar 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
24 Pranav Garje JCB India, Talegaon Dabhade, Pune 01st June 2017 – 30th June 2017
25 Shivani Dhakate JCB India, Talegaon Dabhade, Pune
26 Ms. Prachi Mahajan Marigold Dies and Tools Pvt. Ltd., Bhosari, Pune 17th Dec. 2017 – 13th Jan. 2018
27 Hrishikesh Kakhandaki Marigold Dies and Tools Pvt. Ltd., Bhosari, Pune 17th Dec. 2017- 13th Jan. 2018
28 Ms. Vaidehi Natu Sandvik Coromant, Pune 07th Jun. 2018 – 29th Jun. 2018
29 Shivaram Gadre SeeGreen Solutions LLP, Pune 15th Jun. 2017 – 14th Jul. 2017
30 Yashodhar Mahajan System Automation Engineering Services, Pune 03rd Aug. 2017 – 2nd May 2018
31 Ashraf Alo Mohamood Korbu Caltech Adhesive Solutions, Pune 15th Dec. 2017 – 15th Jan. 2018
32 Ms. Nikita Bhingardive Caltech Adhesive Solutions, Pune 15th Dec. 2017 – 15th Jan. 2018
33 Ms. Supriya Bingade Caltech Adhesive Solutions, Pune 15th Dec. 2017 – 15th Jan. 2018
34 Ms. Swarnima Nikam Caltech Adhesive Solutions, Pune 15th Dec. 2017 – 15th Jan. 2018
35 Shubham Kachare Caltech Adhesive Solutions, Pune 15th Dec. 2017 – 15th Jan. 2018
36 Akash Sahastrabudhe A2 Innovatives, Research and Training, Pune 15th Jun. 2017 – 15th Jul. 2017
37 Akash Deo A2 Innovatives, Research and Training, Pune 15th Jun. 2017 – 15th Jul. 2017
38 Ms. Priyanka Kadam Kirloskar Brothers Ltd., Kirloskarvadi, Sangli 06th Jun. 2018 – 15th Jun. 2018
39 Mr. Shubham Modgi Suyog Udyog, Pune 01st Jun. 2018 – 15th Jun. 2018
    The list of the internship training for the AY 2016-17 is as below:
ACADEMIC YEAR ( 2016-17)
Sr. No. Name of the Student Name of the Industry Duration of internship
1 Shubhada Gaikwad Atlas Copco 01st Jun. 16 to 30th Jun. 16
2 Atole Sayali Thermax Ltd. 07th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
3 Kumbhojkar  Rucha Thermax Ltd. 07th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
4 Zaware Apurva Thermax Ltd. 07th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
5 Pawankumar Sapaliga Lubricare  Ltd. 07th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
6 Gauri  Kelkar Atlas Copco 01st Dec. 16 to 23rd Dec. 16
7 Unnikrishnan Nair Crane Process Flow Technology 13th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
8 Aniket Jamdar Crane Process Flow Technology 13th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
9 Omkar  Dikule Mahabal Metals 01st Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
10 Makarand  Choudhari Mahabal Metals 01st Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
11 Avinash  Lohar Neelay Industries 01st Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
12 Rutvik Khare Mercedes Benz 05th Dec. 16 to 02nd Jan. 17
13 Akshay Rawool Army Base Workshop 01st Dec. 16 to 30th Dec. 16
14 Sai  Joshi Saakshi Machine Tools 05th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
15 Rutuja Mahajan Saakshi Machine Tools 05th Dec. 16 to 31st Dec. 16
16 Amey  Kardile Defence Research Laboratory 01st Jun. 17 to 30th Jun. 17
17 Pranav Gitay Videocon Industries 18th Jun. 16 to 02nd Jul. 16
18 Pranav Khalikar Greaves  Cotton  Ltd 03rd Jun. 16 to 20th Jun. 16
19 Aditya Karajgar Koel Midc Kagal 01st Jun. 17 to 01 Jul. 17
20 Ajinkya Joshi Mecedes Benz 05th Jun. 17 to 05th Jul. 17
21 Pratik Bhosale Eagle Burgmann Ltd 01st Jun. 17 to 30th Jun. 17
22 Atharv Gondhalekar Alfa Laval 01st Jun. 17 to 30th Jun. 17
23 Prajkta  Deodhar Ador Engineers & Consultants 09th Jun. 17 to 23rd Jun. 17
24 Kajal Deshpande Hyva India Pvt Ltd 01st Jun. 17 to 30th Jun. 17
25 Rutuja Birar Hyva India Pvt Ltd 01st Jun. 17 to 30th Jun. 17
26 Krutika Bhosale Kbl Kirloskarwadi 16th Jun. 17 to 22nd Jun. 17
27 Roshan Sankalecha Bosch  Nashik 02nd Jun. 17 to 01st Jul. 17
28 Supraja Garnaik Schneider Electric 01st Jun. 17 to 15th Jun. 17

Consultancy



‘Shatayu Bhavan’ is an ‘Old Age Home’ run by parent institute Pune Vidyarthi Griha’ since last 38 years. The building of said Shatayu Bhavan does not have ‘Elevator’ facility fitted thereto. As such, the old and handicapped inmates of ‘Shatayu Bhavan’ are finding it very difficult to use the staircases. Shatayu Bhavan has provided consultancy project of developing ‘Staircase Climbing Wheelchair’ to Mechanical Engineering faculty members Dr. Girish S. Modak and Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar. The product will be beneficial for society in general and handicapped people in particular. Estimated costing of the project is Rs.60,000

First instalment of Rs.12,000 is already disbursed while remaining part will be disbursed as per requirement of the concerned faculty members.

Product Innovation Lab

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Workshops & FDP


“Two days Workshop on Advances in Mechanical Engineering”
IWAME - 2019 1st and 2nd March 2019

Session 1 : Topic:  Application of CFD in continuous casting

Dr Sabin Mishra
Ras Al Khaimah Men’s College
Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE
Introduction of Expert/Speaker: Dr Sabin K Mishra is currently working as Assistant Professor-Mechanical Engineering at Ras al Khaimah Men’s College, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. He is having an additional responsibility as a Chair, Curriculum Development Committee and Program Academic Council Member – Mechanical Engineering Program for Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. He has earned his PhD from Indian Institute of Technology - Roorkee, India for his thesis on Influence of nozzle blockage on flow behavior in curved wall multistrand tundish under the supervision of Dr P K Jha & Dr. S C Sharma, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Roorkee. Dr Sabin’s research interests include study of fluid flow and heat transfer in continuous casting process and meshfree methods. His work has been published in many Journals of repute. Session Excerpt
  • The expert highlighted that in today’s time of comprehensive energy crisis, continuous casting process is used extensively for production of slabs and billets by steelmakers.
  • In continuous casting process, the ladle receives the molten material from furnace and delivers it into the tundish from where it is fed into the water cooled copper mold. Thus tundish is used as an intermediate reservoir between ladle and mold. Over a period of time, however, it was appreciated that the role of tundish goes beyond being a buffer between the ladle and mold. In fact, being the last reservoir for the molten metal before its entry into the mold, tundish plays an important role in deciding the quality of continuous cast products.

Session 2 :Topic: Advances in Microfluidics: Fluid dynamics and heat transfer in microchannels

Dr Vijay V. Varade
Sharjah Men’s College
Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE
Introduction of Expert/Speaker:
Dr Vijay V. Varade is currently working as Program Coordinator-Mechanical Engineering at Sharjah Men’s College, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. He is having an additional responsibility as a Professional Certification Qualification Chair and Program Academic Council Member – Mechanical Engineering Program for Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. He has earned his PhD from Centre for Research in Nanotechnology and Science, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India for his thesis on rarefied gas flow through microchannels with complex geometry under the supervision of Dr Amit Agrawal, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay who has recently earned Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology 2018. Dr Vijay’s research interests include study of fluid flow and heat transfer in microchannels with a focus on experimental and computational approaches. His work has been published in Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Cambridge University Press; Physics of Fluids, American Institute of Physics; Experimental and Thermal Fluid Science, Elsevier; Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, IOP Publishing; Computers and Fluids, Elsevier. Session Excerpt
  • The Speaker introduced the emerging branch in fluid flow ie. Microfluidics. Microfluidics is a leading research area at present. He briefed about Microfluidics and recent advances in fluid flow and heat transfer in microchannels and its applications. He also explained the uncertainties, challenges and applications of Microfluidics and micro channel.
  • The micro scale fluid dynamics is different than conventional macro scale fluid dynamics due to non-continuum and surface dominated effects. He mentioned the examples wherein the characteristics of the fluid become altogether different if we do the microlevel study.

Session 3 : Topic: Recent Advances in the application of Mechanical Engineering in Oil and Gas Exploration Technology

Dr. Najeeb U. Khan
Dubai Men’s, Higher Colleges of Technology
U. A. E.
Introduction of Expert/Speaker:
Dr. Najeeb Khan, at present, is a Program Chair at Dubai Men’s College, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. He is also the Co-Chair for Program Advisory Council for Mechanical Engineering Program for Higher Colleges of Technology based on 17 modern, technology-enhanced campuses making it the largest higher education institution in the UAE.

Dr. Khan has earned his BSc Engg. (Mechanical) Degree (Gold Medalist) from AMU, Aligarh, MS from University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and PhD from NIT, Warangal, Telangana Pradesh, India.

Dr. Khan has a unique blend of field experience with research and teaching. He worked in Oil and Gas Industries – ONGC, Bombay Offshore Project and Schlumberger World Wide services (France, China-Japan, India, Indonesia, Dubai, Somalia, Iran) followed by Academia – University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait University, Kuwait and Higher Colleges of Technology. He has published papers in the area of applied mechanics, mechanical vibrations and structural dynamics in International refereed journals such as Computers & Structures, Applied Mathematical Modeling, International Journal of Energy Research, J. Energy Resources Technology, Transactions of ASME, Journal of Sound and Vibration, International Journal of Advances in Vibration Engineering and IEEE Explore.

Session Excerpt
  • The Expert emphasized that we need to institute an intelligent, sustainable and competitive economy, to establish a link between R&D and energy sector and to instill an innovative spirit in our youth. He mentioned about the current scenario of Oil and gas exploration and its effect on the economy of the country.
  • This can be achieved through involvement of all the stakeholders in the innovation cycle such as Engineering Student, Faculty and Researchers at all levels. It is of an important consideration to assure that the innovative ideas can be turned into products and services to grow competitiveness and jobs.
  • The trend is continuing to integrate advances in computers and information systems, material science and additive manufacturing. New technologies create significant value in the industry. He spoke about the Various methods to explore oil like neutron bombardment, dielectric technology etc.
 

Session 4 : Topic: Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Analysis of Microchannel Heat Sinks

Dr. Pradeep Hegde
Dubai Men’s College,
Higher Colleges of Technology, U.A.E.
Introduction of Expert Speaker:
Dr. Pradeep Hegde is currently working as Associate Professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Dubai Men’s College, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. He has earned his PhD from Universiti Sains Malaysia in 2006, for his thesis on analysis of heat transfer and friction characteristics of microchannel heat sinks cooled by single and two-phase flows, under the supervision of Dr. K.N. Seetharamu, former Professor at IIT Madras. Dr. Hegde’s research interests include semiconductor cooling and numerical heat transfer with focus on microchannel heat sinks. His works have been published in the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Applied thermal Engineering, Int. J. Num. Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow, etc. Dr. Hegde has supervised three Doctoral thesis in the fields of heat transfer in porous media, multi fluid heat exchangers and cryogenic heat exchangers.

Session excerpt
  • The expert spokes about the application of the micro channel heat sinks for the heating problem of the IC chips and the analysis of heat transfer using single and two phase flow. He pointed as the chip size reduces the heat flux increases hence microchannel heat sinks play a very important role in cooling of the chips under its working temperature.
  • For micro channel heat sink study various aspects like channel shape and its optimization, coolant type and related aspects, material of microchannels, nonuniform temperature distribution and flow maldistribution are explained in detail. The various analysis methods are used like finite element, finite volume, 1 D and 2 D analysis for microchannel heat sinks.

Session 5: Topic: Nano Fluids for Heat Transfer and tribology

Dr. Abdul Khaliq Rasheed
Introduction of Expert Speaker:
Dr. Abdul Khaliq Rasheed is working at the Graphene and Advanced 2D Materials Research Group at Sunway University, Malaysia. Prior to this position, he worked as a consultant at the University of Nottingham. Dr. Rasheed completed his undergraduate studies at CAHCET (Anna University), India in 2010 and masters at the International Islamic University Malaysia in 2012 where he received Rector Award for academic excellence. He did his PhD from the University of Nottingham in 2017 where he was awarded faculty scholarship and “best PhD research output and contribution” award.

He developed interest in heat transfer fluids while working as a Project Associate at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2009. Currently, he conducts interdisciplinary research in disciplines such as advanced 2D nanomaterials, nanofluids, nanolubricants and nano-bio-heat transfer. Dr. Rasheed is one of the founders of Micratto Technologies, a company that aims to commercialize graphene-based nanolubricants under Malaysia’s National Graphene Action Plan (NAGP 2020). He has one patent and more than 20 papers in peer reviewed international journals and conferences. He was also recognized by Elsevier for “outstanding contribution in reviewing”. He is a member of IMechE, Malaysian Tribology Society and National Graphene Association, USA.

Session Excerpt
  • The speaker has given the overview of ongoing research of nanotechnology and its application in heat transfer and tribology. He also mentioned about the lubricant market projections by 2020. He made aware of various challenges with regard to fuel economy. He talked about prerequisite study required for research in the field of nanotechnology with special emphasis on heat transfer and tribology.
  • He introduced the audience the highest conductivity materials like graphene oxide and other nanomaterials. He advised the participants and researchers to synthesize own Nano material for the work instead of choosing the available one.

Report On FDP on ‘Python 3.4.3’

One week FDP on ‘Python 3.4.3’ by PVGCOET, Pune-09 in association with IIT Bombay Spoken-Tutorial from 25 May 2020 - 30 May 2020(The FDP is useful for all Discipline Professionals)

One week FDP on ‘Python 3.4.3’ by PVGCOET, Pune-09 in association with IIT Bombay Spoken-Tutorial

Last Date of Registration: 24th May 2020
Fees: Free (Online FDP)
FDP date: 25 May 2020 to 30 May 2020
Participants successfully Registered: 448

This FDP will be conducted through online mode.
Google form link for attendance will send daily.
Certificate from Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay upon successful completion of online exam( Minimum 40% marks required)
E-Certificate of Participation from Department of Mechanical Engineering, PVG’s College OF Engineering and Technology, Pune-09.

The Registration link is as follows
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdfC0m4ftflvxgsVefP3pDkyZg-Q7rNY9bTD51S7jlnQL9AKw/viewform?usp=sf_link
After registration, please join the Whatsapp Group created for this FDP using:-

Group No. 1 created for this FDP using this link:

https://chat.whatsapp.com/Bw4w0h2tdtZArPU5FVHrAu

Group No. 2 created for this FDP using this link*:

https://chat.whatsapp.com/H8XcMtzF29J9zv1PLsmkxE

For any queries, please contact:

Coordinators
1.Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, PVG’s COET, Pune-09.
Mobile:-9421051883

Co-coordinator
  1. Prof. N. R. Sonawane,
    Mobile: +91 98906 57205
  2. Prof. V. B. Hiwase,
    Mobile: +91 88884 88448
  3. Prof. S. S. Rampurkar,
    Mobile: +91 93731 70662

About Python 3.4.3

Python 3.4.3 is a dynamic object-oriented programming language that can be used for many kinds of software development. It offers strong support for integration with other languages and tools, comes with extensive standard libraries, and can be learned in a few days. Many Python programmers report substantial productivity gains and feel the language encourages the development of higher quality, more maintainable code.

Python 3.4.3 runs on Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS X, OS/2. Python has also been ported to the Java and .NET virtual machines. It is distributed under an OSI-approved open source license that makes it free to use, even for commercial products.

IIT Bombay is leading the effort to popularise Python for Scientific Computing in India. This is the Free and Open source Software for Science and Engineering Education project.

About Spoken Tutorial Project

Spoken Tutorial is a multi-award winning educational content portal.  Here one can learn various Free and Open Source Software all by oneself.  It’s self-paced, multi-lingual courses ensure that anybody with a computer and a desire for learning, can learn from any place, at any time and in a language of their choice.

Our courses are simple and easy to follow even for a beginner but they also meet the growing needs of the learner.  Our engaging digital content ensures that learning happens at all levels - Basic, Intermediate and Advanced.  Our content mandates side-by-side practice thereby ensuring that learners are actively learning.

  • Chief Patron:
    Hon. Shri. S. P. Redekar,
    Registrar PVG & Director PVG's COET, Pune

    Hon. Prof. R. G. Kaduskar,
    Director, PVG's COET, Pune
  • Patron:
    Dr. Kalyani Kulkarni,
    Incharge Principal, PVG's COET, Pune
  • Convener: 
    Dr. Shivaji Gawali,
    Head, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
    Prof. Mrs. U.M. Kalshetti
    Spoken Tutorial Central Co-ordinator
  • Scheduled: Day wise Topic list and Attendace Link

    Attendance of Day 1: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSenWlBG31jz447dcKEG1Pk0radHl_thL8_HdEaC2-W___sO4A/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Attendance of Day 2: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd1ZyG0AwgcQ8U4cRR8Uz7qt1dOJ3Zq1WUO8x4gfXij9-frNw/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Attendance of Day 3 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeuh_mKYyxTDSTfG2falNneVbXR2Ql04ZMj9bXaAGSJRg6sUQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Attendance of Day 4:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe5T7SBZT6ewYg5eK15DHzrgD5uWayE1D9BEwE1_364MKAAEg/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Attendance of Day 5: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTPxE3XsCULTsE_4DzLEW7nLBPvTEpiR3bYybo45cbqvb4JQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Last Day: Activities of Last Day of our Spoken tutorials FDP on Python3. 4.3. Please folleow link explaining Some MCQ Practice Session. As a part of this FDP we are sending link of  feedback with  quiz  by 1 pm which contain 10 basic questions on "Python 3.4.3" Kindly complete it. Link for  feedback with quiz remain activate by today 7 PM only. Feedback and Quiz Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfI-wFJ_uwam5eiV2ypRrMMSX2k6p8FGouOIWRUBkY9A6wucQ/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1

    All participants will get the e- certificate of participation on 31 May 2020 @ 5 PM.

    Please note that the date of online test by Spoken Tutorial will be conveyed later due to unavailability of IITB server. The date will be announced 2/3 days before the schedule

    Scheduled : Daywise topic and attendace link

    Topic no. Day Date Topic Duration (Min.)
    1 1 25/05/2020 Getting started with IPython 12
    2 Using plot command interactively 11
    3 Embellishing a plot 14
    4 Saving plots 7
    5 Multiple plots 11
    6 Subplots 9
    7 Additional features of IPython 12
    8 2 26/05/2020 Loading Data From Files 10
    9 Plotting Data 8
    10 Other Types Of Plots 8
    11 Plotting Charts 8
    12 Getting started with Lists 15
    13 Getting started with for 11
    14 Getting started with strings 10
    15 3 27/05/2020 Getting started with files 10
    16 Parsing data 13
    17 Statistics 14
    18 Getting started with arrays 11
    19 Accessing parts of arrays 12
    20 Image manipulation using Arrays 9
    21 Basic Matrix Operations 13
    22 Advanced Matrix Operations 8
    23 Least square fit 8
    24 4 28/05/2020 Basic datatypes and operators 10
    25 Sequence datatypes 15
    26 Input-output 10
    27 Conditional Statements 9
    28 Loops 7
    29 Manipulating lists 10
    30 Manipulating strings 10
    31 5 29/05/2020 Getting started with tuples 9
    32 Dictionaries 10
    33 Sets in Python 12
    34 Getting Started with Functions 7
    35 Advanced Features of Functions 12
    36 Using Python Modules 11
    37 Writing Python Scripts 9
    38 Testing and Debugging 8
    39 Handling Errors and Exceptions 8
    All participants received e- certificate of participation on 31 May 2020 @ 5 PM after confirmation of all activities like attendace, feedback and quiz.

    Comments from participants: Thank you to all Organizing team of FDP on Python for providing us very nice platform to learn a new language. Special Thank you to Dr. Bhoomkar  and Prof. Hiwase for giving very nice guidelines during FDP and Dr. S. V. Gawali HOD Mech for arranging Python FDP in association with IIT Bombay.

    We would like to thank all participants for your participation and cooperation for successful completion of this One week FDP on ‘Python 3.4.3’ by PVGCOET, Pune-09 in association with IIT Bombay Spoken-Tutorial. Hope you got your certificate. It's humble request to all to kindly download PDF copy of your certificate.

    Thank you all participants once again for your overwhelming response.

Result Analysis

Year Overall Passing %
SE TE BE
2018-19 72 % 81.77 % 90.11 %
2017-18 64.62 % 78.10 % 92.52 %
2016-17 69.59 % 79.02 % 92.3 6 %
2015-16 53.64 % 55.40 % 80.23 %
Our Pride Toppers for Academic Year 2018-19
Rank S.E. Mechanical T.E. Mechanical B.E. Mechanical
1 Naik Shivam Satyanarayan (9.48) Pawar Mayur Sandipan (9.61) Yadav Rushikesh Ravindra (9.39)
2 Mahajan Nilesh Goraknath (9.26) Pawar Ganesh Shrirang (9.41) Contractor Murtuza Shabbir ( 9.35)
3 Kshirsagar Pratik Subhash (9.18) Kodulkar Abhishek Shriram (9.11) Bamane Omkar Mahendra (9.26)
Our Pride Toppers for Academic Year 2017-18
Rank S.E. Mechanical T.E. Mechanical B.E. Mechanical
1 Pawar Ganesh Shrirang (9.44) Contractor Murtuza Shabbir (9.48) Bansarolekar Piyush Pradeep (82.26%)
2 Kale Kunal Shirish (9.34) Bamane Omkar Mahendra (9.46) Bhagwat Vishwesh Milind (81.8 %)
3 Nemane Shubham Sanjay (9.04) Sammanwar Tapish Prashant (9.28) Deo Akash Shree (81.46 %)
Our Pride Toppers for Academic Year 2016-17
Rank S.E. Mechanical T.E. Mechanical B.E. Mechanical
1 Kale Amit Sahebrao (9.36) Kelkar Gauri Hemant (79.72 %) Tikore Abhijit Laxman (82%)
2 Suryawanshi Sourabh Vijay (9.34) Charwad Kunal Anil (78.73 %) Holgal Dnyaneshwar Dadaso (78.93%)
3 Yadav Rushikesh Ravindra (9.34) Deo Akash Shree (77.46 %) Bhagwat Shubham Ashok (78.46%)
Our Pride Toppers for Academic Year 2015-16
Rank S.E. Mechanical T.E. Mechanical B.E. Mechanical
1 Kelkar Gauri Hemant (81.6 %) Tikore Abhijit Laxman (80.2 %) Badkas Shubham Anil (77.93 %)
2 Charwad Kunal Anil (77.86 %) Holgal Dnyaneshwar Dadaso (78.06 %) Aditya Krishnaswamy (77.86 %)
3 Parulekar Akhilesh Shyam (78.73 %) Bhagwat Shubham Ashok (76.53%) Kale Juilee Vinayak (77.66 %)

Memorandum Of Understanding

  • MOU is signed between PVGCOET and Dassault System, France for development of the Product Innovation Lab to encourage students to undertake projects in the advance technologies and product development
  • MOU is signed between Mechanical Engineering Department and Accurate Gauging Pvt. Ltd. For establishment of the “Centre of Excellence” in the field of Metrology and Quality control. The MQC Lab is equipped with state-of-the-art metrological instruments and training programs for students are arranged.
The Training Program on 'Advances in Metrology: CMM Programming and Applications' with hands on experience on Advanced CMM machine is successfully conducted for TE mechanical students of PVG'S COE&T, Pune.

The Training Program is held at Accurate Gauging Pvt. Ltd, Pune on 23rd and 24th Sept. 2019.

The paid workshop is organised and conducted as a part of MOU signed between PVG'S COE&T and Accurate Gauging Pvt. Ltd.

Prof. Dr. M. M. Bhoomkar accompany 52 students for paid training programme.

Innovation Practices

4 bar Mechanism Schematic
Bionic Arm 4 bar Mechanism Schematic
Bionic Arm Finger
Bionic Arm Slider Crank Mechanism
Bionic arm with both Mechanisms
Compound Gear Box
Compounding Gears
Internal Gears
Oldham's Coupling

Theory of Machines

Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Distinguished Alumni

Enterpreneur Alumni

Alumni Meet Photographs

ACTIVITIES DURING COVID ’19



The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected lakhs of people in more than 100 countries around the world and India is also a victim of it. Several schools and colleges across the country have lock down to prevent the spread of this disease till now.

With the number of people affected by COVID-19 on the rise, we at PVG’s COET, Pune have made all arrangements to create awareness and prevent our students and faculties from not being affected by this deadly virus.

In this pandemic situation, the efforts of department of mechanical engineering are directed towards conducting online lectures, self-development initiatives such as COURSERA certification courses, evaluating seminar/project online, conducting online test /quiz to evaluate students’ knowledge.
  • ONLINE LECTURES: During this pandemic situation we conducted the online teaching through various modes like use of PPT, use of Blackboard , use of PDF notes as per availabilities of material with staff  in recorded form Total no of lectures = 200+

  • KNOCKDOWN THE LOCKDOWN Digital learning through TCSiON Number of students benefited are 127
  • COURSERA Certification courses: offered for students. Number of students benefited = 250+
  • FDP organised: online “One Week Faculty Development Programme on Python 3.4.3” in association with Spoken Tutorial, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. FDP Scheduled between 25.05.2020 to 30.05.2020 and no of responses = 600+
  • Online Test/Quiz: for 400+ students
  • Online seminar: Evaluation for T.E. students
  • Online Project: Evaluation for B.E. students.


Online Project Evaluation for B.E. students
  • Online discussion on BE project “Analysis of Pressure drop-in two-phase flow” sponsored by Thermax Ltd. Covid-19 Lockdown period. Guide: Prof.Dr. N. G. Jaiswal

  • Mentor meeting conducted during lockdown by the faculties

  • Parent Meet conducted during lockdown by Dr. S. V. Gawali

  • Our Mechanical Students Developed Automatic Hand Sanitiser