MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Program Details

Mechanical Department

Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines. The engineering field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, and structural analysis.
Mechanical engineers use these core principles along with tools like computer-aided engineering and product lifecycle management to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices and more. It is emerged as a field during the industrial revolution in Europe in the 18th century; however, its development can be traced back several thousand years around the world. Mechanical engineering science emerged in the 19th century as a result of developments in the field of physics. 
The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements in technology, and mechanical engineers today are pursuing developments in such fields as composites, mechatronics, and nanotechnology. Mechanical engineering overlaps with aerospace engineering, building services engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, petroleum engineering, and chemical engineering to varying amounts

Vision:

The vision of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is be recognized regionally and nationally by providing quality education to budding mechanical engineers and make them innovative, contributors to the profession, meeting important societal and industrial needs in line with the vision of the institute, state and nation.

 Mission:

The mission of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to educate, motivate and mentor students to pursue life-long learning, serve the profession and meet intellectual, ethical and career challenges. This is accomplished by:

  •   Providing high quality technical education to students through effective teaching learning process by blend of conventional and modern techniques.
  •    Engaging in academic and scholarly activities, which strengthen the major’s regional and national reputation as well enhance intellectual level.
  •   Involving in the progress of the nation through advanced and sustainable technologies innovatively.
PEO:-

  1.  Graduates will demonstrate lifelong learning through higher education, skill improvement and professional development.
  2.  Engineers to be industrial and civic leaders and demonstrate   entrepreneurial spirit.
  3. To encourage students to work in teams to address industrial and socially relevant problems.
  4. Engineers as a citizen will be successful in devising sustainable solution to environmental, socio economic and professional problems, with due regard to professional ethics
  5.  Graduates will become advanced in their professional career, technical competent through technical communication and committed continuing education.

 PSO:

Accordingly, the Program Specific Outcomes of the Department of Mechanical Engineering are to educate graduates, who by the time of graduation, will be able to demonstrate:

  • An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs and conduct experiments as per the requirements An ability to analyze and interpret data statistically and mathematically
  • An ability to work in power plants and manufacturing industry for mechanical operations and maintenance
  • An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools including software for engineering practice


Labs


The Institute Workshop is fully equipped with modern machine tools and machineries to cater to acquainting the students with basic operations of manufacturing and production. There are many shops like fitting shop, carpentry shop, smithy shop, fabrication shop and machine shops in which practise of making jobs is performed using Lathe machine, Milling machine, Shaper machine, Drilling machine, TIG welding, ARC welding like conventional machine and latest Spark Erosion Machine.
Area of this laboratory is (85*29)feet
Heat Transfer lab has total 15 equipments. List of equipments is given below.
1.    Heat transfer by natural convection
2.    Heat transfer by force convection
3.    Lagged pipe test rig.
4.    Thermal conductivity of insulating powder
5.    Specific heat apparatus
6.    Shell and tube heat exchanger
7.    Gas to gas plate type heat exchanger
8.    Emissivity measurement apparatus
9.    Stephan boltsman constant
10.    Pin fin apparatus
11.    Critical heat flux apparatus
12.    Thermal conductivity of metal rod
13.    Heat pipe demo
14.    Composite wall apparatus
15.    Thermal conductivity by guarded hot plate
List of equipments are mention below.
1.    MORSE Test rig
2.    Single cylinder four stroke diesel engine test rig
3.    Variable compression ratio petrol engine test rig.
4.    Computerized four stroke single cylinder diesel engine test rig.
The area of this lab is 29x85 feet.
FPE Lab has total 7 equipments

1)    PELTON WHEEL TURBINE TEST RIG
2)    FRANCIS TURBINE TEST RIG
        3) KAPLAN TURBINE TEST RIG
        4) C.F. PUMP TESTING RIG
       5) DEAD WEIGHT PRESSURE GAUGE
       6) GEAR PUMP TEST RIG
       7) RECIPROCATING PUMP TEST RIG

Fpe Lab has also 5 cut section models

1)    CUTAWAY MODEL OF C F PUMPS
2)    CUTAWAY MODEL OF GEAR  PUMPS
3)    CUTAWAY MODEL OF PISTON  PUMPS
4)    PIPING COMPONENTS
5)    TYPES OF CENTRIFUGAL  IMPELLERS
The area of this lab is 12x10 feet.
MSM Lab has INVERTED METALLURGICAL MICROSCOP with CCTV camera for analysis of microstructures of metals. It is equipped with material Plus software which is useful for students to get colour image of microstructures, report of gairn size, report of grain count, report of density and grain distribution. This laboratory also have 23 no. Of ready prepared specimens of steels and cast iron for students to study the subject with live microstructure demonstration.








MANJUBEN KHUNTI

Mrs. MANJUBEN KHUNTI

Assistant Professor
PRAVIN MANDANKA

Mr. PRAVIN MANDANKA

Assistant Professor
Rupa Acharya

Mr. Rupa Acharya

Assistant Professor
DEVENDRAKUMAR MARSONIA

Mr. DEVENDRAKUMAR MARSONIA

Assistant Professor

JAYDEEP DADHANIYA

Mr. JAYDEEP DADHANIYA

Assistant Professor
YAGNESHKUMAR JOSHI

Mr. YAGNESHKUMAR JOSHI

Assistant Professor
DIPAK BHATTI

Mr. DIPAK BHATTI

Assistant Professor
RUPESHKUMAR PATEL

Mr. RUPESHKUMAR PATEL

Assistant Professor

HARDIK CHOTHANI

Mr. HARDIK CHOTHANI

Assistant Professor
Jay Pujara

Mr. Jay Pujara

Assistant Professor
Hayati Rupani

Ms. Hayati Rupani

Assistant Professor
Nawaz Kureshi

Mr. Nawaz Kureshi

Assistant Professor

JAYDEEP SOLANKI

Mr. JAYDEEP SOLANKI

Assistant Professor
KANJI DODIYA

Mr. KANJI DODIYA

Assistant Professor
GOKULESH PITHVA

Mr. GOKULESH PITHVA

Associate Professor
BHIMA BHAI KUCHHADIYA

Dr. BHIMA BHAI KUCHHADIYA

Associate Professor

JIGISHKUMAR GOSWAMI

Mr. JIGISHKUMAR GOSWAMI

Associate Professor
HIRENKUMAR JOSHI

Mr. HIRENKUMAR JOSHI

Associate Professor