Soniya Gandhi Polytechnic
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vision

Mechanical Department endeavors to be recognized excellence in teaching & learning,innovation and entrepreneurship producing lifelong learners who can cater the ever changing industrial demands and social needs.

Mission

We improve Knowledge and skill based education incollaboration with industry, academia and research organization to prepare complete engineers with sprit of entrepreneurship mechanical Engineering Department provides students with excellence academic enviroment,leadership,ethicl guidelines and lifelong learning to build their capacity and enhance their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT FACULTY:

Sr.No Name Of Facutly Designation Qualification Experience in Year
1 Prof. Kale M.G Head of Department M.E.(Heat Power) 09yrs
2 Prof. Jadhav S.S. Sr. Lecturer M.E.(Heat Power) 10yrs
3 Prof. Jagtap K.G Lecturer M.E. (Machine Design) 07yrs
4 Prof. Jathar S.P. Head of Department M.E. (Machine Design) (App.) 06yrs
5 Prof. Gore P.M. Workshop Superintendent M.E. (Machine Design) 10yrs
6 Prof. Darekar D.S. Lecturer M.E. (Heat Power) 02yrs
7 Mr. Ithape K.C. Tech.Lab Assitant D.M.E. 03yrs
8 Mr. Somvanshi D.U. Instructor I.T.I 10yrs
9 Mr. Mande D.S. Instructor I.T.I 08yrs
10 Mr. Hirade R.B. Instructor I.T.I 01yr
11 Mr. Nitin Auti Peon H.S.C 02 yrs
MECHANICAL DEPT. TOPPER LIST WINTER 2019:

Class RANK Name of Toppers %MARKS
TYME I Mande Snehal B. 90.95
II Darekar Kunal S. 84.10
III Bhoite Akshay N. 82.38
SY ME I Jadhav Priya C. 83.49
II Bhagwat Shubham S. 82.21
III Jambe Aditya D. 76.63
FY ME I Boke Sonali D. 79.43
II Pawar Diksha D. 79.00
III Kurumkar Pratik R. 82.38
MECHANICAL DEPT. PASS OUT STUDENT RECORD 2018-19

PROGRAM Student Placed in Industry Student admitted to Higher education
ME 26 07
Expert Lecture Oragnized

Sr.No Name Of Experet Person & Designation Working Organization Topic Date
1 Dr. Abhijit Dandavate Associate Professor Phd. Mechanical J.S.P.M. Hadapsar,Pune “Role of Mechanical Engineer in an organization” 28/08/2019
2 Mr. Shaikh Aadil C M.E.(Mech). & Mrs. Sonali Patil M.E.(IT)Assistant Professor Trinity Academy of Engg.Pune “Opportunities in Software Industry” 26/12/2019
Personality Development Program

Sr.No Name Of Experet Person & Designation Working Organization Topic Date
1 Mr. Yogesh Mande Motivational Speaker, Madhewadgaon, Shrigonda Indian Culture & Thoughts of Great Personalities Indian Culture & Thoughts of Great Personalities 16/07/2019
2 Mr.Rajesh Chavan Pune J,S.M.S.S.V.S Satra How to Build Self Confidence 11/07/2019
Industrial Visit
Sr.No Name Of Industry Address
1 AAEA (Cluster) Ahmednagar
Social Community Activities
Sr.No Name Of Industry Duration
1 Vijay Engg Work Srigonda 5 Years
2 S.M.S.N.N.Sugar Factory,Shrigonda 5 Years
3 Jay Matadi Fabrication works,Shrigonda 5 Years
Personality Development Program

Sr.No Name of Faculty Location
1 Prof. Kale M.G Suzlon Energy Pvt.Ltd. Hadapsar,Pune in between 4-6th Sep.2014 M/s. FIAT India Automobiles Pvt.Ltd.in between 22-26th Aug.2016 Kirloskar Brother Ltd. Sangali in between 25-27th Sep.2017
2 Prof. Jadhav S.S. Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Mumbai in between 24-28 th Feb.2015 M/s. FIAT India Automobiles Pvt.Ltd.in between 22-26th Aug.2016 Kirloskar Brother Ltd. Sangali in between 25-27th Sep.2017 Mararhwada Auto Cluster, A’bad. in between 23-27th July 2018 Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik in between 09-11th Jan.2019
3 Prof. Jagtap K. G. Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Mumbai in between 15-17th Oct.2015Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik in between 23-27th July 2018 M/s.Measurewel Tecnovision Pvt.Ltd.A’bad. in between 21-25th Jan.2019
4 Prof. Gore P.M Forbes & Company Ltd. Aurangabad.
5 Prof. Jathar S.P Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Mumbai in between 13-15th Mar.2014 Accurate Sales & Pvt. Ltd. Pune. in between 29th Sep.-1st Oct.2014 Accurate Sales & Pvt. Ltd. Pune. in between 25-27th Sep.2017 M/s.ASR Industries, Aurangabad in between 17-19th Feb.2018 M/s.Measurewel Tecnovision Pvt.Ltd.A’bad. in between 25-29th June.2018
6 Prof. Darekar D.S. Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik in between 08-10th Aug. 2018
PAPER PREESENTATION ATTENDED BY FAULTY:

Prof. Kale M.G. paper published: National: 01, International: 01
Prof. Jadhav S.S. paper published: National: 02, International: 10
Prof. Jagtap K.G. paper published: National: 01
Prof. Gore P.M. paper published: National: 01
Prof. Darekar D.S. paper published: National: 01
IEDSSA:

Sr No. Type Type of Events No. of Participants No. of Event
1 IEDSSA Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Cricket, Athletics 14 04
TECHNICAL EVENT:

Sr No. Name of Event Event Level No. of Participants Date
1 Technical Quiz Competition State 105 17/02/2019
SOCIAL/COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:

Sr No. Name of Social/Community Activities Duration
1 Tree plantation 1 Day
VACATION TRAINING:

Sr No. Name of Industry Class No.Of Students Duration
1 50 students are placed in various 18 industries at various locations. SYME 50 6 Weeks
MOU WITH INDUSTRY:

Sr No. Name of Industry Duration
1 Vijay Engg. Works, Shrigonda 3 Years
2 S.M.S.N.N. Sugar Factory, Shrigonda 3 Years
3 Jay Matadi fabrication works, Shrigonda 3 Years
4 Siddhi Hi-tech Dal Mill, Bhangaon, Shrigonda 3 Years
Faculty paper published in International Journal:

“Implementation of throttle- by-wire control for a vehicle”
Prof. Jadhav S.S.M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : In a throttle-by-wire car, a microcontroller determines the correct throttle plate position. Electronic control of this plate offers improved fuel economy and economy by maintaining optimal throttle positions at all times, which otherwise is not humanly possible. The electronic throttle controller uses a physical sensor to read the throttle plate angle. The physical sensor is a circuit which uses a potentiometer to modify the output voltage of the sensor based on throttle plate angle. In this model throttle plate angle is input and a signal representing the voltage is output. The controller in this system is required to convert its output into a standard pulse width modulated signal (PWM). The electronic throttle body opens and closes the throttle plate valve, which controls the amount of air inducted into the system.

KEYWORDS : PI - Controller ,Pluse Width Modulated ,throttle System.




Analysis on Performance Characteristics and Emissions of Diesel Engine using different Blends of Calophyllum Inophyllum, Cotton Seed Oil, Karanja.
Prof. Kale M.G. M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : Ecological concernment and energy extremity of the planet has led to the quest of feasible alternatives to the non-renewable fuel source, FAME (Fatty Acid Methyl Ester) is biodegradable, ecological, alternative, and safe, environmental friendly which has a high flash point and is also termed as Bio-Diesel. In upcoming years, in most of the regions of the world production and application of biodiesel has extrinsic fame. It is usually produced by the method trans-esterification. In this experiment, biodiesel from Calophyllum Inophyllum oil, Karanja Oil Methyl Ester and Cottonseed Oil has been produced using the trans-esterification process. Engine trail have been executed in water cooled, 4- stroke diesel engine. Investigational analysis has been conducted to study the performance and emission on different biodiesel blends of Cottonseed Oil, Karanja Oil Methyl Ester and Calophyllum Inophyllum oil for unequal injection pressures. From the evaluation of obtained results, it can be deduced that the engine operation process is considerably become better with noteworthy subdual in emissions of the CO and HC.

KEYWORDS : Bio fuel, Calophyllum Inophyllum, Cotton Seed Oil, Karanja.




Weight and shape optimization of engine mounting by using topology optimization.
Prof. Kundlik Gajanan Jagtap M.E. Mechanical (Machine Design) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : Engine mountings are widely used in automotive to hold Engine with chassis. Automobile industry regularly improving from many years with the efforts in modification of the mechanical parts of vehicle in order to improve their performance. The most effective way of increasing automobile mileage while decreasing emissions is to reduce vehicle weight. Existing mount has scope of mass optimization in current design. Finite element analysis of mounting will be done using Hyper mesh and Ansys. Ansys software will be used for topology optimization. Fixture will be designed for mounting bracket on UTM. Experimental stress of mount will be measured using strain gauge and applying corresponding loading through UTM. Validation for strain vector from FEA & Experimental results will be done. Conclusions and future scope will be suggested. After this testing of mild steel material we are comparing it with composite material.

KEYWORDS : Engine, bracket, UTM, optimization, meshing, weight.




Stress and Deflection Analysis of Cultivator Hitch T-Joint Under Tensile And Bending Loading.
Prof. Gore P.M. M.E. Mechanical (Machine Design) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : Welded joints are widely found in almost all applications like construction structures, automotive, agricultural equipment’s (cultivator hitch joints) and many more applications. Tensile, bending, torsional and multi axial loads act on cultivator hitch welding joints during operations. Joints are used for various member coming together at same location joints behavior at tensile and bending loading are investigated.Catia V5software is used for modeling is used for modeling T joint of standard dimension. Discretization(meshing) and finite elements analysis is carried out using ANSYS package joints is welded with holding fixture for carrying out experimental analysis. Experimental stress analysis is carried out using strain gauge for measuring strain values and UTM for applying gradual loads. Loads of similar values were applied on T joint in tensile and bending manner. Results were validated by comparative analysis using FEA and strain gauge values. Experimental and FEA correlation was in linear relation. It was concluded that T joints are stronger in tensile as compared to that of bending loading conditions.

KEYWORDS : WELDING, T-JOINT, STRESS, FEA, UTM.




“Design, Testing and Performance Analysis Of E-Bike”.
Prof. Darekar D.S. M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : The electric vehicles industry is continuously evolving. One type of such electric vehicle is the electric bicycle (e-bike). Electric bicycles, like other electric vehicles, use a BLDC motor (Brushless Direct Current Motor). This report presents a way of designing and implementing an electronic module for an e-Bike. The main aim of this report is to present the idea of harnessing the various energy and use it in today’s existence of human life. For human being travelling has become vital. In order to sustain in this fast forward world he must travel from place to place. It is very important that time taking for travelling should be less, also it should be economical and easily available.

KEYWORDS : BLDC-Brushless Direct Current, MOSFET- Metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor, BEMF- Back electro-motive force, CRF- concentration-response functions

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vision

Mechanical Department endeavors to be recognized excellence in teaching & learning,innovation and entrepreneurship producing lifelong learners who can cater the ever changing industrial demands and social needs.

Mission

We improve Knowledge and skill based education incollaboration with industry, academia and research organization to prepare complete engineers with sprit of entrepreneurship mechanical Engineering Department provides students with excellence academic enviroment,leadership,ethicl guidelines and lifelong learning to build their capacity and enhance their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT FACULTY:

Sr.No Name Of Facutly Designation Qualification Experience in Year
1 Prof. Kale M.G Head of Department M.E.(Heat Power) 09yrs
2 Prof. Jadhav S.S. Sr. Lecturer M.E.(Heat Power) 10yrs
3 Prof. Jagtap K.G Lecturer M.E. (Machine Design) 07yrs
4 Prof. Jathar S.P. Head of Department M.E. (Machine Design) (App.) 06yrs
5 Prof. Gore P.M. Workshop Superintendent M.E. (Machine Design) 10yrs
6 Prof. Darekar D.S. Lecturer M.E. (Heat Power) 02yrs
7 Mr. Ithape K.C. Tech.Lab Assitant D.M.E. 03yrs
8 Mr. Somvanshi D.U. Instructor I.T.I 10yrs
9 Mr. Mande D.S. Instructor I.T.I 08yrs
10 Mr. Hirade R.B. Instructor I.T.I 01yr
11 Mr. Nitin Auti Peon H.S.C 02 yrs
MECHANICAL DEPT. TOPPER LIST WINTER 2019:

Class RANK Name of Toppers %MARKS
TYME I Mande Snehal B. 90.95
II Darekar Kunal S. 84.10
III Bhoite Akshay N. 82.38
SY ME I Jadhav Priya C. 83.49
II Bhagwat Shubham S. 82.21
III Jambe Aditya D. 76.63
FY ME I Boke Sonali D. 79.43
II Pawar Diksha D. 79.00
III Kurumkar Pratik R. 82.38
MECHANICAL DEPT. PASS OUT STUDENT RECORD 2018-19

PROGRAM Student Placed in Industry Student admitted to Higher education
ME 26 07
Expert Lecture Oragnized

Sr.No Name Of Experet Person & Designation Working Organization Topic Date
1 Dr. Abhijit Dandavate Associate Professor Phd. Mechanical J.S.P.M. Hadapsar,Pune “Role of Mechanical Engineer in an organization” 28/08/2019
2 Mr. Shaikh Aadil C M.E.(Mech). & Mrs. Sonali Patil M.E.(IT)Assistant Professor Trinity Academy of Engg.Pune “Opportunities in Software Industry” 26/12/2019
Personality Development Program

Sr.No Name Of Experet Person & Designation Working Organization Topic Date
1 Mr. Yogesh Mande Motivational Speaker, Madhewadgaon, Shrigonda Indian Culture & Thoughts of Great Personalities Indian Culture & Thoughts of Great Personalities 16/07/2019
2 Mr.Rajesh Chavan Pune J,S.M.S.S.V.S Satra How to Build Self Confidence 11/07/2019
Industrial Visit
Sr.No Name Of Industry Address
1 AAEA (Cluster) Ahmednagar
Social Community Activities
Sr.No Name Of Industry Duration
1 Vijay Engg Work Srigonda 5 Years
2 S.M.S.N.N.Sugar Factory,Shrigonda 5 Years
3 Jay Matadi Fabrication works,Shrigonda 5 Years
Personality Development Program

Sr.No Name of Faculty Location
1 Prof. Kale M.G Suzlon Energy Pvt.Ltd. Hadapsar,Pune in between 4-6th Sep.2014 M/s. FIAT India Automobiles Pvt.Ltd.in between 22-26th Aug.2016 Kirloskar Brother Ltd. Sangali in between 25-27th Sep.2017
2 Prof. Jadhav S.S. Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Mumbai in between 24-28 th Feb.2015 M/s. FIAT India Automobiles Pvt.Ltd.in between 22-26th Aug.2016 Kirloskar Brother Ltd. Sangali in between 25-27th Sep.2017 Mararhwada Auto Cluster, A’bad. in between 23-27th July 2018 Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik in between 09-11th Jan.2019
3 Prof. Jagtap K. G. Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Mumbai in between 15-17th Oct.2015Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik in between 23-27th July 2018 M/s.Measurewel Tecnovision Pvt.Ltd.A’bad. in between 21-25th Jan.2019
4 Prof. Gore P.M Forbes & Company Ltd. Aurangabad.
5 Prof. Jathar S.P Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Mumbai in between 13-15th Mar.2014 Accurate Sales & Pvt. Ltd. Pune. in between 29th Sep.-1st Oct.2014 Accurate Sales & Pvt. Ltd. Pune. in between 25-27th Sep.2017 M/s.ASR Industries, Aurangabad in between 17-19th Feb.2018 M/s.Measurewel Tecnovision Pvt.Ltd.A’bad. in between 25-29th June.2018
6 Prof. Darekar D.S. Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik in between 08-10th Aug. 2018
PAPER PREESENTATION ATTENDED BY FAULTY:

Prof. Kale M.G. paper published: National: 01, International: 01
Prof. Jadhav S.S. paper published: National: 02, International: 10
Prof. Jagtap K.G. paper published: National: 01
Prof. Gore P.M. paper published: National: 01
Prof. Darekar D.S. paper published: National: 01
IEDSSA:

Sr No. Type Type of Events No. of Participants No. of Event
1 IEDSSA Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Cricket, Athletics 14 04
TECHNICAL EVENT:

Sr No. Name of Event Event Level No. of Participants Date
1 Technical Quiz Competition State 105 17/02/2019
SOCIAL/COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:

Sr No. Name of Social/Community Activities Duration
1 Tree plantation 1 Day
VACATION TRAINING:

Sr No. Name of Industry Class No.Of Students Duration
1 50 students are placed in various 18 industries at various locations. SYME 50 6 Weeks
MOU WITH INDUSTRY:

Sr No. Name of Industry Duration
1 Vijay Engg. Works, Shrigonda 3 Years
2 S.M.S.N.N. Sugar Factory, Shrigonda 3 Years
3 Jay Matadi fabrication works, Shrigonda 3 Years
4 Siddhi Hi-tech Dal Mill, Bhangaon, Shrigonda 3 Years
Faculty paper published in International Journal:

“Implementation of throttle- by-wire control for a vehicle”
Prof. Jadhav S.S.M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : In a throttle-by-wire car, a microcontroller determines the correct throttle plate position. Electronic control of this plate offers improved fuel economy and economy by maintaining optimal throttle positions at all times, which otherwise is not humanly possible. The electronic throttle controller uses a physical sensor to read the throttle plate angle. The physical sensor is a circuit which uses a potentiometer to modify the output voltage of the sensor based on throttle plate angle. In this model throttle plate angle is input and a signal representing the voltage is output. The controller in this system is required to convert its output into a standard pulse width modulated signal (PWM). The electronic throttle body opens and closes the throttle plate valve, which controls the amount of air inducted into the system.

KEYWORDS : PI - Controller ,Pluse Width Modulated ,throttle System.




Analysis on Performance Characteristics and Emissions of Diesel Engine using different Blends of Calophyllum Inophyllum, Cotton Seed Oil, Karanja.
Prof. Kale M.G. M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : Ecological concernment and energy extremity of the planet has led to the quest of feasible alternatives to the non-renewable fuel source, FAME (Fatty Acid Methyl Ester) is biodegradable, ecological, alternative, and safe, environmental friendly which has a high flash point and is also termed as Bio-Diesel. In upcoming years, in most of the regions of the world production and application of biodiesel has extrinsic fame. It is usually produced by the method trans-esterification. In this experiment, biodiesel from Calophyllum Inophyllum oil, Karanja Oil Methyl Ester and Cottonseed Oil has been produced using the trans-esterification process. Engine trail have been executed in water cooled, 4- stroke diesel engine. Investigational analysis has been conducted to study the performance and emission on different biodiesel blends of Cottonseed Oil, Karanja Oil Methyl Ester and Calophyllum Inophyllum oil for unequal injection pressures. From the evaluation of obtained results, it can be deduced that the engine operation process is considerably become better with noteworthy subdual in emissions of the CO and HC.

KEYWORDS : Bio fuel, Calophyllum Inophyllum, Cotton Seed Oil, Karanja.




Weight and shape optimization of engine mounting by using topology optimization.
Prof. Kundlik Gajanan Jagtap M.E. Mechanical (Machine Design) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : Engine mountings are widely used in automotive to hold Engine with chassis. Automobile industry regularly improving from many years with the efforts in modification of the mechanical parts of vehicle in order to improve their performance. The most effective way of increasing automobile mileage while decreasing emissions is to reduce vehicle weight. Existing mount has scope of mass optimization in current design. Finite element analysis of mounting will be done using Hyper mesh and Ansys. Ansys software will be used for topology optimization. Fixture will be designed for mounting bracket on UTM. Experimental stress of mount will be measured using strain gauge and applying corresponding loading through UTM. Validation for strain vector from FEA & Experimental results will be done. Conclusions and future scope will be suggested. After this testing of mild steel material we are comparing it with composite material.

KEYWORDS : Engine, bracket, UTM, optimization, meshing, weight.




Stress and Deflection Analysis of Cultivator Hitch T-Joint Under Tensile And Bending Loading.
Prof. Gore P.M. M.E. Mechanical (Machine Design) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : Welded joints are widely found in almost all applications like construction structures, automotive, agricultural equipment’s (cultivator hitch joints) and many more applications. Tensile, bending, torsional and multi axial loads act on cultivator hitch welding joints during operations. Joints are used for various member coming together at same location joints behavior at tensile and bending loading are investigated.Catia V5software is used for modeling is used for modeling T joint of standard dimension. Discretization(meshing) and finite elements analysis is carried out using ANSYS package joints is welded with holding fixture for carrying out experimental analysis. Experimental stress analysis is carried out using strain gauge for measuring strain values and UTM for applying gradual loads. Loads of similar values were applied on T joint in tensile and bending manner. Results were validated by comparative analysis using FEA and strain gauge values. Experimental and FEA correlation was in linear relation. It was concluded that T joints are stronger in tensile as compared to that of bending loading conditions.

KEYWORDS : WELDING, T-JOINT, STRESS, FEA, UTM.




“Design, Testing and Performance Analysis Of E-Bike”.
Prof. Darekar D.S. M.E. Mechanical (Heat Power) S.G.P. Shrigonda.

ABSTRACT : The electric vehicles industry is continuously evolving. One type of such electric vehicle is the electric bicycle (e-bike). Electric bicycles, like other electric vehicles, use a BLDC motor (Brushless Direct Current Motor). This report presents a way of designing and implementing an electronic module for an e-Bike. The main aim of this report is to present the idea of harnessing the various energy and use it in today’s existence of human life. For human being travelling has become vital. In order to sustain in this fast forward world he must travel from place to place. It is very important that time taking for travelling should be less, also it should be economical and easily available.

KEYWORDS : BLDC-Brushless Direct Current, MOSFET- Metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor, BEMF- Back electro-motive force, CRF- concentration-response functions