Department of Mechanical Engineering...................

Vision

Department of Mechanical Engineering aims to inculcate in students flair for excellence to become technological leader in industry and society.

Mission

1) To create the learning environment that stimulates students & faculty to enhance the knowledge in Mechanical Engineering. 2) To prepare the students to carry out research intended to cater the needs of the industry and society. 3) To march ahead with dedication, zeal and with a system responsive to the need of all the stakeholders.

Prof. Nilesh Nirwan
Asst. Prof. and HOD
M. Tech
05 years

Salient features of Department

1. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is offering B.E in Mechanical Engineering since 2009. Offering M.Tech. Programme in CAD/CAM Engineering since 2012. 2. Well qualified and dynamic teaching faculty having average teaching experience of 5 years. 3. More than 30 Research Publications in National, International Journals and Conferences. 4. Active Student Body and Professional Chapter
  1. MESA Collegiate Club
  2. NSS Student Chapter
  3. CNC and Robotics Club
  4. Mechatronics

5. 'MECHANICAL Fresher’s Party'-an induction program for ndyear students.

6. "CREST"- Campus Readiness and Employability Screening Test for final year students.

7. Regular Industrial Visits for all semester students.

8. Mini Project Exhibition for IV semester students.

9. Conduction of technical and general aptitude tests, targeting GATE and campus placements.

10. Industry based Projects.

11. Ample opportunity for Industrial training and Internship.

M.Tech(CAD/CAM)
1 Dr. Dharmaraj Tidke Professor
2 Mr.Praful Lanjewar Assistant Professor
3 Mr. Nilesh Nirwan Assistant Professor
B.E(Mechanical Engineering)
1 Dr. Manish Bihade Professor
2 Mr. Dilip Gangwani Assistant Professor
3 Mr. Swapnil Choudhary Assistant Professor
4 Mr. Pratik Durugkar Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Amol Kurle Assistant Professor
6 Mr. Juned Khan Assistant Professor
7 Ms. Swati Mor Assistant Professor
8 Ms. Rashmi Chimote Assistant Professor
9 Mr. Devendra Bisen Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Akash Ganvir Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Sonul Bodhane Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Abhijeet Shende Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Mukeshkumar Prasad Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Chetan Mamulkar Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Milind Washimkar Assistant Professor
16 Mr. Yogesh Lunge Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Pankaj Shende Assistant Professor

Industrial Visits

No of Industrial Visits
2016-17 6
2015-16 9
2014-15 7
2014-15 6
2013-14 6

Ashok Leyland Limited, Bhandara

The company belongs to Hinduja Group, a major player in automobile manufacturing. The Bhandara Plant has four sections namely chassis assembly, gear box assembly, heat treatment shop, gear manufacturing.

Bajaj Steel Industries Limited, Nagpur

Bajaj Steel Industries Limited, Nagpur is Manufacturer and Exporter of Ginning & Pressing Machines and Cotton Bailing Press.. The Company’s Vice- President Mr Gaurav Hanspal explained full cycle of production process to the students emphasizing the role and importance of each and every department including manufacturing unit, quality control unit and assembling unit for good quality produce

Hindalco, Mouda

Metals Flagship Company of the Aditya Birla Group is the industry leader in aluminium and copper. With a consolidated turnover of US$15 billion, Hindalco is the world’s largest aluminium rolling company and one of Asia’s biggest producers of primary aluminium. Major products include standard and speciality grade aluminas and hydrates, aluminium ingots, billets, wire rods, flat rolled products, extrusions and foil

Reliance Power, Butibori

Reliance Power Limited is a part of the Reliance Group, one of India’s largest business houses. The Company on its own and through its subsidiaries has a large portfolio of power generation capacity.

Mihan, Nagpur

Mr. Deepak Joshi (Public Relation Officer) and Mr. Atul Thakare (Marketing Manager) of MADC guided the students about MIHAN SEZ i.e. about the upcoming projects and career opportunities for students in MIHAN. The students also visited Water Treatment Plant at MIHAN.

Loco Shed Ajni, Railway Nagpur

Loco Shed Ajni, Railway Nagpur is one of the major loco shed in India having more than 2000 employee to work on the maintenance of the electric locos. The Ajni loco shed also contains BasicTraining Centre where the training and workshop for the employees can be organized.

Achievement

Surveillance Drone and Robot arm simulator Automatic sliding window cleaning
Designed and fabricated Aero-modeling project

Guest Lecture / Seminars / Workshops

Seminar on Personality Development was organized in Wainganga College of Engineering and Management. Ms Sushmita Chakraborty, Area Head, Frankfinn Institute presented seminar on techniques to improve communication skills to achieve success in personal interviews. Mr Saurav Bhattacharjee from ACECON Solutions did the liaison efforts in organizing the program. Wainganga College of Engineering and Management in coordination with Jankalyankari Samiti Nagpur concluded “Skills Development Program” for unemployed young men and women from rural areas around Nagpur including villages namely Jamtha, Bothli, Gumgaon, Kothewada, Wagdhara, Dongargaon, Khasarmari, Gausi Manapur, Khapri, Parsodi, Mohgaon and others. Almost 90 numbers of participants got the training on the courses namely Carpentry Shop, Fitting Shop, Welding Shop, Electrician Course, Computer Hardware and Software and many more. The program duration was of two months.
Seminar on leadership by Dr Vikrant Singh Tomar on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti Guest Lecture on Centrifugal Pump and Lubricants by Indorama (Mr. Sanjay C. Pathak Senior Chairman, Indorama Synthetics India Ltd.
Workshop on Mechatronics organized by Prolific Systems and Technologies Pvt Ltd, Nagpur Workshop on Aero Modelling by Probitiz Group
1 Engineering Metallurgy Lab It has models of microscopes, specimen-making machines and all needed instruments to study microstructure under various changes due to loading and also heat treatment. Recent additions are the equipments for hardness testing and software based microstructure study.
2 Drawing Hall Engineering and machine drawing practicals are conducted in drawing hall. Practice covers projections of points, lines, planes, solids, development of surfaces, engineering curves, orthographic projections and isometric projections etc. orthographic and isometric ,assembly and details of machine components are drawn
3 Mechanics of Material Lab Lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis In this lab the experiments are performed to measure the properties of the materials such as impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness, Universal testing machine, Brinell hardness testing machine, Rockwell
4 Hydraulic Machine Lab Number of experiments could be performed in the laboratory to demonstrate the principles of hydraulics and fluid mechanics deals with the different experiments. Fluid flow measurements. Determining coefficient of discharge for venturimeter, orificemeter. Pelton turbine Pumps, jet pumps, Blowers, Compressors.
5 Heat Transfer Lab Almost all the experimental units on conduction, convection and radiation are available for study of students. The lab has ‘The Drop-Wise and Film-Wise Condensation’, Vertical Condenser.
6 Mechanical Measurement & Metrology Lab The lab facilitates for measurement of important parameters such as temperature, pressure, strain, torque, linear and angular displacements etc. Strain measurements through strain gauges are also done apart from other routine measurements. In Metrological section measuring instruments like ‘Vernier gauges’ along with surface plates, optical flats, profile projector, comparators etc. are available.
7 Dynamics of Machine Lab This laboratory has a good set-up for demonstrating various aspects of both kinematics and dynamics of mechanism and machines. Experiments on ‘Cam Mechanism’ ‘Whirling of Shafts’, ‘Gyroscope’. Excellent models for kinematics of machines are available
8 Mechatronics Lab = Mechatronics lab is a newly developed lab in the MED. Lab is equipped with advance instruments including a ‘PLC trainer kit’, ‘Digital Trainer Kit’ etc. This research oriented lab have paved way for various innovative projects in the department, ‘Robotic Arm’.
9 Energy Conversion Lab It comprises of two different laboratories viz. Internal combustion engines and Energy conversion. This lab have compressor, models of boilers.
10 CAD/FEM and Computer Lab CAD/CAM Lab is equipped with a good and latest collection of systems and assorted software like ‘Solidworks’, ‘Autocad’. DBMS and ‘C’ programming practicals are also performed.
11 AIP and CIM LAB CNC lathe machine and Robotic manipulator are also available to demonstrate concept of ‘Computer Aided Manufacturing’. Recently a ‘Modular
12 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab This lab have ‘Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycle Test rig’ ,’Mini Air Conditioning Test Rig’, and ‘Water Chilling Plant’. Some models made by the staff and students are part of the Laboratory
13 Automobile engineering lab The lab is well-equipped and enables students to understand the fundamentals of Automotive Engineering which includes basic structure, body style, and wheel & tyre assembly. Chassis of an automobile, synchromesh gear box, Mechanical brake, Vehicle lighting system, Wheel and tyre assembly, Wind screen and Clutches.
14 Mechanical Work Shop (Machine Shop) The shop has well-maintained production type machine tools such as lathe machines. Other machines include shaper; milling machine along with dividing heads and grinding machines. It is used by all the students. The final year students used it for fabrication of projects & fourth semester students for fabricating mini projects. Exposure to various operations on lathe; shaper, milling & drilling machines is provided.
15 Mechanical Work Shop(Carpentry The Workshop complex has carpentry, fitting, smithy, foundry and welding shops with proper ventilation and illumination. Each shop is provided with proper workbenches with all the required tools. Modern equipments have been added to each shop, particularly the foundry shop. This shop also facilitates casting of aluminium items, First year students of all branches are trained here to learn basic workshop practices.
16 Mechanical Work Shop(Fitting Shop) The Workshop complex has carpentry, fitting, smithy, foundry and welding shops with proper ventilation and illumination. Each shop is provided with proper workbenches with all the required tools. Modern equipments have been added to each shop, particularly the foundry shop. This shop also facilitates casting of aluminium items, First year students of all branches are trained here to learn basic workshop practices.
17 Mechanical Work Shop(Welding Shop) The Workshop complex has carpentry, fitting, smithy, foundry and welding shops with proper ventilation and illumination. Each shop is provided with proper workbenches with all the required tools. Modern equipments have been added to each shop, particularly the foundry shop. This shop also facilitates casting of aluminium items, First year students of all branches are trained here to learn basic workshop practices.
18 Mechanical Work Shop(Forging) The Workshop complex has carpentry, fitting, smithy, foundry and welding shops with proper ventilation and illumination. Each shop is provided with proper workbenches with all the required tools. Modern equipments have been added to each shop, particularly the foundry shop. This shop also facilitates casting of aluminium items, First year students of all branches are trained here to learn basic workshop practices.
19 Mechanical Work Shop(Foundry The Workshop complex has carpentry, fitting, smithy, foundry and welding shops with proper ventilation and illumination. Each shop is provided with proper workbenches with all the required tools. Modern equipments have been added to each shop, particularly the foundry shop. This shop also facilitates casting of aluminium items, First year students of all branches are trained here to learn basic workshop practices.
20 Project Final year students, normally in a group of five , are assigned project work under the guidance of one faculty member. This works are done in the various fields like solar energy, computerized and automation based, Robotics etc. These projects involve investigation, analysis and design with fabrication of designed components. Now, as per the revised syllabus ‘Mini projects’ are also fabricated in second year level.

Program Educational Objectives:- 1.To prepare students to succeed in employment, profession and/or to pursue post graduate education in Mechanical Engineering discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general.( Preparation) 2.To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required in formulating, analyzing and solving problems in multidisciplinary field in general and mechanical engineering field in particular. (Core Competence) 3.To prepare students with engineering breadth to innovate, create and design novel systems and to contribute in providing solutions to real-life problems.( Breadth) 4.To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills & teamwork to become successful professional in global perspective.(Professionalism) 5.To provide students with academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and to enable them to understand the significance of life-long learning in global perspective.( Learning Environment) Programmer Outcomes:- A.At the end of Program, Graduate students will have B.An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.[1,2] C.An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.[2] D.An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.[2,3] E.An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.[2] F.An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.[2] G.An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.[4] H.An ability to communicate effectively.[4] I.The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.[4] J.Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.[5] K.Knowledge of contemporary issues.[5] L.An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.[2,3] M.An ability to demonstrate knowledge, technical skill and problem solving techniques in mechanical system design & analysis.[2,3] N.An ability to develop, realize and operate systems in mechanical engineering domain.[2] O.In Central India, the department has introduced Engineering Graphics as a compulsory subject for the students of First year. As per the present industrial requirements of students are learning the conventional Engineering drawing using drafting software.

The Departmental classrooms are designed for making teaching learning an interesting and interactive process. Our thrust areas include Product and development, Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Sciences. To develop skills in manufacturing and fabrication, we have a well equipped Central Workshop, Siemens Centre of Excellence for digital manufacturing and robotics under NAFETIC scheme equipped with CNC MTAB FLEXMILL (3-Axis), MTAB FLEXTURN (3-Axis) Students are trained on specialized facilities like NC/CNC Machines, Robot, Flexible Manufacturing Systems and advanced software like AUTOCAD, Pro-E (Wild Fire 4), ANSYS and ROBCAD.