The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2009, now offering under- graduate degree course with 120 intake capacity. The department has gained the reputation of producing eminent engineers as professionals, researchers and entrepreneurs. The department is proud to be collaborated with well-known industries in the sector.
The faculty members of the department have their qualification in various specializations like Design, Manufacturing, Thermal and Industrial Engineering. Various research project are in progress carried out by faculties.
The degree represents an excellent combination of basic engineering science, Mechanical Engineering theory and practice, communication skills and engineering management. This course is designed for students who wish to become professional engineers in the fields of Mechanical Engineering.
he academic activities are supported by well equipped and state of the art laboratories. Experimental and computational facilities are being continuously upgraded. Industry interaction has been increased, and many students are working on industry-sponsored projects.
" To be recognized for imparting quality technical education nurturing mechanical engineers to meet challenges. "
To prepare the students having requisite competency for addressing the needs in core and allied domain through effective teaching – learning process.
Mechanisms form the basis of any machine and it is an assemblage of rigid bodies so that they move upon each other with definite relative motion. Objectives of this Theory of Machines lab are to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. With the study of rigid bodies motions and forces for the transmission systems, machine kinematics and dynamics can be well understood. Demonstration exercises are provided with wide varieties of transmission element models to understand machine kinematics. Various experiments with governors, gyroscopes, Cam Analysis Machine, Epicyclic Gear Train, Rope Brake Dynamometer, Cam-Follower Models, Torque Transmission through Clutch, Compound Pendulum, Bifilar Suspension, Trifilar Suspension, Involute Gear teeth profile, are available to understand machine dynamics.
The laboratory is equipped with number of equipment & experimental setups to study the fundamental & applied aspects of the internal combustion (IC) engines. The laboratory facilitates experimental based performance evaluations of a wide variety of IC engines using a wide variety of fuels including the 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Biofuels. It also facilitates evaluation of exhaust smoke and emissions of IC engines and ECU Diagnosis, Components Tests of IC engine based transport vehicles. With wide varieties of engines, associated computer assisted equipment, dynamometers the lab caters to the needs of all tiers of students of BSIOTR . undergraduate students. With the state-of-the-art equipment, the lab is well equipped . Available equipment include: Maruti 800 Multi Cylinder Four Stroke Petrol Engine; Multi Cylinder Four stroke Diesel Engine; Computerized single Cylinder 4 Stroke Multi fuel and variable compression engine Test Rig; Double stage Air Compressor Test Rig; Cut Section Model of Maruti 800 Engine; Model of Carburator Unit.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning laboratory is well equiped with state of art instruments. There are total seven setups. The ice plant and air conditioning test rig helps students to understand the application part of the subject. The fundamentals of Refrigeration are well explained in laboratory with help of knowledge wall. The basic concepts can be demonstrated to the students with test setup. The thermodynamic cycles like Vapour Compression Cycle and Vapour Absorption system on which Refrigeration process is based is avalable in the form of test rig. These test rigs gives good results which can be verified with theoretical concepts.
Heat Transfer laboratory provides fundamental and industrial knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and radiation, and their application. Heat Transfer Lab consists of the following equipments. Pin Fin Apparatus: This setup is designed to study the heat transfer in a pin fin. It consists of cylindrical fin fitted to the base in rectangular duct. A blower is provided on one side of duct to conduct experiments under forced convection heat transfer mode. Five thermocouples are embedded along the axis of the cylindrical fin at five different locations and one thermocouple placed in the air stream at the exit of the test section to measure the outlet air temperature. Digital Temperature Indicator is provided to read temperatures distribution along the fin. Test pipe is connected to the delivery side of the blower along with the Orifice to measure flow of air through the pipe. A heater heats one end of fin and heat flows to another end. Heat input to the heater is given through variac. Students will be expected to develop the following skills/understanding upon the successful completion of this experiment.
|1||Prof. P. P. Shitole||MESA Coordinator|
|2||Mr. Omkar Patil||President|
|3||Mr. Mithilesh Zadokar||Vice-President|
|4||Mr. Prashant Deshmukh||Treasurer|
|5||Mr. Rohit Misal||Secretory|
|7||Miss. Nishigandha Waghmare||Ladies Representative|
|8||Mr. Rushikesh Jagdale||Technical Committee|
|9||Mr. Rohan Joshi||Media & Advertising Committee|
|10||Mr. Amit Thombare||Cultural Coordinator Committee|
|11||Mr. Shubham Kadam||Sports Committee|
|12||Miss. Snehal Dangat||Decoration Committee|
|13||Mr. Hritwik Patil||Discipline Committee|
|14||Mr. Sandeep Shahane||Refreshment Committee|