Mechanical Engineering


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Objectives of Applied Thermodynamics (ATD) Laboratory

The objective of Applied Thermodynamics (ATD) Laboratory is to conduct practicals related to important equipments such as Bomb Calorimeter, Reciprocating Air Compressor etc. This helps the students to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and its application to practical devices. This also enables the students to get conversant with steam generator and its performance calculations.

Lab In-charge:- Y. S. Kulkarni

Lab Assistant:-  Mr. Akash Bhavsar

Location:-         LG03

Area:-               66 sq. m

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Objectives of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) Laboratory

The objective of RAC laboratory is to conduct trial on various test rigs such as Vapour Compression Refrigeration System Test Rig, Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System Test Rig, Air Conditioning System Test Rig and Ice Plant System Test Rig. This helps the students to get practical insights into the working and performance evaluation practices of such systems.

Lab In-charge:- Dr. R. C. Patil

Lab Assistant:-  Mr. Amol Gaikwad

Location:-         12A

Area:-               77.3 sq. m


Objectives of Fluid Machine Lab

The objective of this laboratory is to study the operating characteristics of hydraulic machines and flow devices. Major equipment focuses on the study and performance test on hydraulic machines like centrifugal pump, Pelton Wheel, Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine. In addition to study and calibration of Orifice meter, Venturimeter, Verification of Bernoulli’s theorem & notches.

Lab In-charge:- S. P. Ingale

Lab Assistant:-  Mr. Akash Bhavsar

Location:-         LG02

Area:-               152 sq. m

Internal Combustion Engine Lab

Objectives of Internal Combustion Engine Lab

Pace of the world depends on the wheels of automobile. In view of the requirements of automotive sector college has established the lab that includes different computerized test rigs of diesel and petrol engine, cut section models, various components of engine etc. All these give a clear idea to the students about an I. C. Engine.

Lab Incharge:- Y. S. Kulkarni

Lab Assistant:- Mr.Akash Bhavsar

Location:-        LG03

Area:-              66 sq. m

Theory of Machine

Objectives of Theory of Machine ( TOM ) Lab

To know different machine element and mechanisms. Select suitable drives and mechanisms for a particular application. Develop ability to come up with innovative ideas and to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine.

Lab In-charge:- H. S. Deore

Lab Assistant:- Mr. Amol Gaikwad

Location:-        12C

Area:-              137.4 sq. m

Metallurgey Lab

Objectives of Material Science Lab

One of the important objectives of engineering metallurgy is to determine the properties and Material, the properties of material is a function of the microstructure which is further dependent on the overall composition and variables such as temperature, pressure and Composition hence , to determine the phases present in the material system , an equilibrium Or phase diagram is plotted in engineering metallurgy.

Lab In-charge:- D. H. Darekar

Lab Assistant:- Mr.Akshay Ostwal

Location:-        19C

Area:-              87 sq. m

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Objectives of Metrology and Quality Control Lab

Objective of Metrology and Quality Control Lab is to select appropriate instruments for specific measurement. Analyze and interpret the data obtained from the different measurement processes. And present it in the graphical form, statistical form. Construct and draw the control charts. Understand ISO certification procedure and quality system.

Lab In-charge:- D. D. Sancheti

Lab Assistant:-  Mr.Akshay Ostwal

Location:-         19B

Area:-               79 sq. m

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Objectives of CAD Lab

This lab introduces student with basic software for Engineering Drawing. To make students understand and interpret Engineering Drawings using Auto-CAD Software. So that students can use Auto-CAD Software to draw real life drawings in 2D, Isometric and Orthographic.

Moreover student are introduced with advance software for modeling of Mechanical Parts.  Students gain practical experience in handling 2D drafting and 3D modeling software systems. This lab is equipped with CATIA and Pro-E software. This facilitates the students to achieve hands on experience to do Part Modeling, Surface Modeling and Assembly Modeling. For Analysis of Mechanical Part, Ansys Software is used and MasterCAM for part programming.

Lab Incharge:-  R. M. Sonar

Lab Assistant:- N. C. Khairnar

Location:-         117 & 118

Area:-               136 & 98 sq. m

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Objective of Hydraulic and Pneumatic Lab :-

The hydraulics & pneumatics laboratory is a well equipped laboratory. Practical are undertaken to better understand the theoretical concepts learnt in the lectures of the subjects such as Hydraulics & Pneumatics in TE (Mechanical) 2012 Course.

The specific objectives of the Hydraulics & Pneumatics Laboratory course are to provide the student with an opportunity to explore the fundamental principles of fluid mechanics through experimentation. Also to demonstrate and analyze key hydraulic & pneumatics circuits using hands-on physical devices and apply computer modeling as a practical tool for solving hydraulic & pneumatic problems.

Lab In-charge:- P. M. Bora

Lab Assistant:- Mr.Akshay Ostwal

Location:-         19A

Area:-                97 sq. m


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Objectives of CNC Lab

The objective of this lab is to introduce the Students to CNC programming and CNC machining. In this lab  Students practice calculating the tool path from the drawing without using offset commands. The students also practice manual G code & M code programming and safety operating processes on CNC turning with touch screen.

Lab In-charge:- J. S. Pagar

Lab Instructor:- U. M. Ingale

Location:-         Machine Shop(Work-Shop)

Area:-                68 sq. m

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Objectives of Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

The objective of this laboratory to help the student to acquire knowledge of mechanical engineering and enhance understanding of the fundamental components like Gears, Clutches, Brakes, Valves, Engines, Boilers, Turbines and Lathe.

Lab In-charge:- K. B. Gore

Lab Assistant:-  Mr. A. B. Yeola

Location:-         12E

Area:-                66 sq. m

Heat Transfer

Objectives of Heat Transfer Lab

The objective of the Heat transfer laboratory is to impart the practical knowledge on the conductive, convective and radiative type of heat transfer under different operative conditions and also the selection of instruments to measure the heat. Heat transfer laboratory helps the students to understand the basic concepts of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation which are the three basic modes for heat transfer to take place. To enhance the practical knowledge of industrial equipment, students perform experiments on some common heat transfer equipment.

Lab In-charge:- S. U. Patil

Lab Assistant:-  A. S. Gaikwad

Location:-         12B

Area:-                73.5 sq. m

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Objective of Project Lab:- The objective of Project laboratory is to give the proper platform to students to implement their ideas and find industrial problems for social and industrial growth by using there engineering knowledge.

Lab In-charge:- R. S. Chaudhari

Lab Assistant:-  B. K. Wagh

Location:-         18B


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