Mechanical Engineering

Overview

Workshop

Throughout human history, engineering has driven the advance of civilization. The metallurgists ended the Stone Age by producing copper and iron. The ship builders united the world’s people through travel and trade. Increasingly sophisticated tools for agriculture, technologies for producing textiles, inventions transforming human interaction and communication. Mechanical clock and the printing press irrevocably changed civilization. In the recent past Industrial revolution impacted life and thought in a big way. Machines supplemented and replaced human labor for countless tasks. The steam engine facilitated mining, powered trains and ships. Improved systems for sanitation enhanced health in the western world.

Vision & Mission

Vision

The Mechanical Engineering Department strives for making thorough professionals who are employable through quality education.

Mission

  1. To instill best technical knowledge in the students to face intellectual and career challenges.
  2. To make the department a desirable place to study and work by providing opportunities to build and propagate knowledge.

HOD

Prof. Amar Kawale HOD (ME)

A hearty welcome to all the young aspirant engineers to Applied Science and Humanities Department. It is a great privilege to introduce the basic subjects of engineering to life, which acts as the strong foundation for the development of an individual in all the branches of engineering right from First year level. This Department nurtures the students to increase their confidence level and prepares them to face the core engineering life. We believe in quality education, excellent grooming and one-to-one caring system. This is the practice followed, that makes the student self-reliant to take over and successfully perform throughout the four years of their engineering. Apart from academics, Applied Science ...
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Academics

Academic Calender
UG

Syllabus UG 

3rd and 4th Semester

5th and 6th Semester

7th and 8th Semester

Results:

  • Piyush Olivkar has brought us laurels by bagging 1st University Rank in 6th Semester Examination of Summer – 17
  • Pratik Mishra secured 1st Rank in College amongst all the branches in 2nd year Examination (2016-2017)
  • Foundation Batch (2017-18) of department graduated with 100% result. All students secured 1st Division.

 

Achievement

INDUSTRIAL VISIT-TAL Manufacturing Solutions Limited

Industrial visit was organized for V semester Mechanical Engineering Students of Jhulelal Institute of Technology, on 25/08/2018 at TAL Manufacturing ...
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INDUSTRIAL VISIT -Heat Treat Well, E 12/ 1, M. I. D. C Area, Hingna

Industrial visit was organized for III semester Mechanical Engineering Students of Jhulelal Institute of Technology, on 31/08/2018 at Heat Treat ...
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Faculty Profile
Prof. Anurag Karande

Prof. Anurag Karande

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech. (MED) Experience : 7 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Mechanical Engg. Design

Prof. Rahul Waghmare

Prof. Rahul Waghmare

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech.(CAD-CAM) Experience : 8 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : CAD-CAM

Prof. Durgesh Verma

Prof. Durgesh Verma

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech. (MED) Experience : 10 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Mechanical Engg. Design

Prof. Ganesh Palatkar

Prof. Ganesh Palatkar

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech.(HPE) Experience : 5 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Heat Power Engineering

Prof. Bhushan Deshmukh

Prof. Bhushan Deshmukh

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech.(CAD-CAM) Experience : 7 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : CAD-CAM

Prof. Sanjay Sajjanwar

Prof. Sanjay Sajjanwar

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech.(HPE) Experience : 11 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Heat Power Engineering

Prof. Chetan Choudhari

Prof. Chetan Choudhari

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech. Experience : 8 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Mechanical Engg. Design

Prof. Prakash Dhopte

Prof. Prakash Dhopte

Prof. Prakash Dhopte

Qualification : M.Tech. (MED) Experience : 13 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Mechanical Engg. Design

Prof. Safal Shambharkar

Prof. Safal Shambharkar

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech. (MED) Experience : 13 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Mechanical Engg. Design

Prof. Amar Kawale[HoD]

Prof. Amar Kawale[HoD]

Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Tech. Experience : 13 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Industrial Engg.

Faculty Publications
  • Faculty Publications


    Title of paper Name of the author/s Department of the teacher Name of journal Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number
    Design and Analysis of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) Leaf Spring Bhushan B. Deshmukh Mechanical Engineering 2011 Fourth International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology 2011 978-0-7695-4561
    Design and Analysis of Fiber Reinforce Polymer (FRP) Leaf Spring – A Review Bhushan B. Deshmukh Mechanical Engineering International Journal on Engineering Technology and Sciences 2011 289-291
    Automation and robotics in construction (Opportunities and challenges) Prof. Anurag V. karande Mechanical Engineering Interdisciplinary research and development in management, engineering and social sciences 4/1/2012
    Laser Ignition in Internal Combustion Engines Durgesh R. Verma, Pankaj Hatwar Mechanical Engineering International Journal of Modern Engineering Research 3/1/2012 ISSN: 2249-6645
    Analysis of Center of Percussion and its Applications Bhushan B. Deshmukh Mechanical Engineering IJERA(International journal for enginering and research and application) 9/1/2013 2319 – 4847
    Thermal Analysis of circular incline pipe subjected to natural convection using CFD B.B. Deshmukh Mechanical Engineering International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management 1/1/2014 ISSN: 2248-9622
    Design of a Horizontal Shaft Impact Crusher Durgesh R. Verma, Pankaj Hatwar Mechanical Engineering Second international conference on advances in engineering and technology 2/1/2015 ISSN: 2319-4847
    Enamel paint based on short oil alkyd Prof. P. V. Dhopte Mechanical Engineering International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Studies (IJSRES) 4/1/2015 978-93-84869-49-6
    Design And Analysis Of Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) Leaf Spring Bhushan B. Deshmukh Mechanical Engineering International journal of innovative science engineering and technology 5/1/2015 2349-8862
    Application of performance improvement by using performance improvement technique Prof. P. V. Dhopte Mechanical Engineering IJRITCC(International journal of recent and innovation trends in computing and communication) 5/1/2016 2348-7968
    Productivity improvement by quality circle A case study of foundry Prof.Amar Kawale, Prof Safal shambharkar,Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering IJRITCC(International journal of recent and innovation trends in computing and communication) 5/1/2016 2331-8169
    Analysis of single point cutting tool using ANSYS Prof.Amar Kawale, Prof Safal shambharkar, Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering IJRITCC(International journal of recent and innovation trends in computing and communication) 5/1/2016 2331-8169
    Use of genetic algorithm for designing-A composite drive shaft Prof.Amar Kawale, Prof Safal shambharkar,Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering International journal of science technology and engineering Jul-16 2331-8169
    Investigation of optimal pitch selection to reduce self loosening of fastners under tansverse load Prof. Anurag V. karande Mechanical Engineering IJSRD (International Journal for scientific research and development Jul-16 2349-784X
    opimisation and FEA analysis of centrifugal pump shop Prof. Anurag V. karande Mechanical Engineering IJTMAS(International journal of engg.,Tech, Management and science Feb-16 2349-4476
    Vibration analysis of hybrid composite leaf spring Prof. Anurag V. karande Mechanical Engineering IJSRD (International Journal for scientific research and development Jul-16 2349-4476
    Static analysis of VMC spindle for maximum cutting force Prof. Anurag V. karande Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 2017 2321-0613
    A model for estimation of cost of quality Prof.Amar Kawale,Prof Safal shambharkar,Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Implementation of 5s methodology in a store room in workshop at JIT-A case study Prof.Amar Kawale,Prof Safal shambharkar,Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Lean Manufacturing – an Ad. Manu = Technique for Auto industry Prof.Amar Kawale,Prof Safal shambharkar,Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Kizen: A quality Management technique Prof.Amar Kawale,Prof Safal shambharkar,Prof chetan choudhari Mechanical Engineering International Journal of Civil, Mechanical and energy science(IJCMES) 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Design Fabrication and performance analysis of pneumatic material handling system Prof. Prakash V. Dhopte Mechanical Engineering International Journal of Civil, Mechanical and energy science(IJCMES) 10/4/2017 2455-5304
    Thermal Analysis of circular incline pipe subjected to natural convection using CFD S.S.Sajjanwar,P.V.Dhopte,G.M.Palatkar Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2455-5304
    Recent trends and comparision in fuel cell technology G.M.Palatkar,S.S.Sajjanwar,P.V.Dhopte Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Application of performance improvement by using single piece flow P.V.Dhopte,G.M.Palatkar,S.S.Sajjanwar Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Biogas plant by using kitchen waste S.S.Sajjanwar,P.V.Dhopte,G.M.Palatkar Mechanical Engineering IJAEMS (International Journal of Adv. Engg. Mgt. and Science 10/4/2017 2454-1311
    Infrastructure
    Alumini

    List of Alumni 2017-18

    Sr. No.  Candidates Name
    1 Abhishek Santosh Shrivastav
    2 Achal Premraj Raut
    3 Akshay Ganesh Chalkhor
    4 Akshay Dhanraj Nagpure
    5 Aman Ashok Pahade
    6 Ankit Anil Ejgirwar
    7 Ankush Gajendra Parate
    8 Danish Jamil Khan
    9 Gaurav Sharma
    10 Govanda Ujjwal Ghosh
    11 Hemant Vijay Dhanwani
    12 Himanshu Santosh Bajoliya
    13 Hursh Harsath Ghai
    14 Jitesh Kumar Singh Kosariya
    15 Krunal Gopal Bangade
    16 Lav Gajendra Parate
    17 Manish Gope Budhwani
    18 Nitin Pawan Kumar Agrawal
    19 Piyush Ramkrishna Olivkar
    20 Prajwal Rajendra Nimbalkar
    21 Praneet Ajay Kanojiya
    22 Prasanna Kamalkar Raulkar
    23 Pritam Gharde
    24 Rajat Shashikant Sawal
    25 Rishab Vijay Pawankar
    26 Rishabh Rajesh Mishra
    27 Ritesh Rajendra Yadav
    28 Sachin Amar Shendurkar
    29 Sachin Bhimrao Sontakke
    30 Sagar Prakash Thombre
    31 Sandip Bhurelal Thakare
    32 Sanket Jivan Waghmare
    33 Shrikant Asok Bundele
    34 Shubham Prakash Meshram
    35 Shubham Moreshwarji Musale
    36 Sudesh Vijay Mohod
    37 Sushil Baban Paikrao
    38 Swapnil Puroshottam Sahare
    39 Tejas Dhanraj Kale
    40 Ujjwal Rajendra Nimbalkar
    41 Vipin Kamta Pandey
    42 Vishal Pandhari Chandekar

    Key Features

    • Excellent infrastructure in terms of manpower, books, teaching aids & sophisticated equipment for producing excellent Engineers.
    • Exposure to industries through periodical industrial visits and ambient opportunities to take up industrial attachment or apprenticeship.
    • Well established laboratories with upgraded tools at par with the technical advancement.s
    • Study includes theoretical knowledge as well as practical knowledge.

    News From The Department

    PO’s, PEO’s & PSO’s

    Program Outcome (PO’s)

    On completion of Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical, 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 Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

    Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will

    I. Excel in higher education by acquiring knowledge in mathematical, analytical and engineering principles.

    II. To develop the ability among students to analyse data and technical concepts in application of product design.

    III. To provide opportunity for students to work as part of team by working on various projects.

    IV. To develop students with various soft skills to make them compatible for pursuing different careers in industries.

    Program Specific Outcome (PSO’s)

    Students of Mechanical Engineering Program will demonstrate :

    1. PSO1: The student will be able to apply their knowledge in the field of engineering drawing, material sciences, fluid sciences and thermal engineering to solve engineering problems utilizing advanced technology.
    2. PSO2: The student will be able to recognize, design, evaluate and solve engineering problems related to mechanical systems together with allied engineering streams.
    3. PSO3: The student will be able to apply economics & managerial skills to enhance the productivity of industries and also implement an idea to set up an enterprise.