Lab Details

Name of Workshop Available Important Equipment’s
Basic workshop practices Welding Machine , Cut-off Machine, Surface Plate, Angle Plate, Arc Welding Machine, Chop Saw Machine, Gauge, Punch, Hammer etc.

Name of the laboratory: FLUID MECHANICS LAB

This lab is run in conjunction with the theory course ME (Fluid Mechanics). This lab shows flow behavior, fluid forces and analysis tools are introduced. The goals of the experiments include determination of forces generated when fluid flow takes place over a solid object, applications of the control volume approach, demonstration of the momentum and energy equations, viscosity measurement and engineering correlations. Intricate flow phenomena such as separations and transition to turbulence are demonstrated. Experimental setups such as flow through a tube, flow over a flat plate are made available to the students. The lab experiments utilize U-tube manometer. The lab runs closely with the lectures in such a way that experiments support the text covered in the class room.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
1
  • Verification of Bernoullies Theorem
  • Flow over Notches Apparatus
  • Flow through orifice and mouth piece apllication
  • Flow measurement by Venturimeter and Orificemeter
  • Losses in pipe fittings Apparatus
  • Losses in pipe friction Apparatus and flow through orifice
  • Francis Turbine
  • Pelton Wheel Turbine,Centrifugal Pump,Reynolds Apparatus
Mr.Bhosale A.B Lecturer M.E (Thermal Engineering) 66 Sqr.Mtr. 7,69,837 /-

Name of the laboratory: THEORY OF MACHINE LAB

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 Manual is 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

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
2
  • Balancing of Rotary Masses
  • Universal Governor
  • Multiplate Clutch
  • Disk Brake
  • Band and Block Brake
  • Cam and Follower
  • Belt drive model
  • Multiplate Clutch
Mr.Bhosale G.S H.O.D M.E*(Mechanical Engineering) 90.75 Sq.m 1,12,668/-

Name of the laboratory: MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL LAB

Measurement and control is a measure of precision, or how well the measurement system reproduces the same result over time and under varying operating conditions. Laboratory quality control material is usually run at the beginning of each shift, after an instrument is serviced, when reagent lots are changed, after calibration, and whenever patient results seem inappropriate. Quality control material should approximate the same matrix as patient specimens, taking into account properties such as viscosity, turbidity, composition, and color.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
3
  • Digital Vernier
  • Displacement Measurement using Inductive Transducer ( LVDT)
  • Stroboscope for Speed Measurement
  • Thermocouple Callibration test rig
  • Rotameter for flow measurement
  • Load Cell to measure force
  • Strain Gauge
  • Pressure Measurent Using Bourdon Pressure Gauge
Mr.Dardare V.B. Lecturer :B.E. Mechanical Engineering, M.E. Design Engineering 76.31 Sq.m 1,39,696 /-

Name of the laboratory: THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB

Thermal Engineering is a specialized sub-discipline of mechanical engineering that deals with the movement of heat energy and transfer. The energy can be transformed between two mediums or transferred into other forms of energy. A thermal engineer will have knowledge of thermodynamics and the process to convert generated energy from thermal sources into chemical, mechanical, or electrical energy. Many process plants use a wide variety of machines that utilize components that use heat transfer in some way. Many plants use heat exchangers in their operations. A thermal engineer must allow the proper amount of energy to be transferred for correct use. To much and the components could fail, too little and the system will not function at all. Thermal engineers must have an understanding of economics and the components that they will be servicing or interacting with. Some components that a thermal engineer could work with include heat exchangers, heat sinks, bi-metals strips, radiators and many more. Some systems that require a thermal engineer include; Boilers, heat pumps, water pumps, engines, and more.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
4
  • Carbon Boiler
  • Babcock & Wilcocks Boiler
  • Stiffen Boltsman Law
  • Thermal Conductivity of metal Rod
  • Plate Heat Exchanger
  • Condencer
  • Evaporator
  • Solar Water Heater,Photovoltaic Cell ,Lamount
Mr.Khandare D.S. Lecturer B.E (Mechanical Engineering) 76.31 Sq.m 1,78,042 /-

Name of the laboratory: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING LAB

Automobile engineering, along with aerospace engineering and naval architecture, is a branch of vehicle engineering, incorporating elements of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software, and safety engineering as applied to the design, manufacture and operation of motorcycles, automobiles, and trucks and their respective engineering subsystems. It also includes modification of vehicles. Manufacturing domain deals with the creation and assembling the whole parts of automobiles is also included in it. The automotive engineering field is research -intensive and involves direct application of mathematical models and formulas. The study of automotive engineering is to design, develop, fabricate, and test vehicles or vehicle components from the concept stage to production stage. Production, development, and manufacturing are the three major functions in this field.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
5
  • Differential Gear Box
  • Rack and Pinion Steering Gear Box
  • Hydraulic Brake System
  • Battery Ignition System
  • Synchromesh Gear Box
  • Constant Mesh Gear Box
  • Alternater Model
  • Propeller Shaft
Mr.Raut O.B. Lecturer M.E.*(Mechanical Engineering) 76.31 Sq.m 1,74,431 /-

Name of the laboratory: METROLOGY AND QUALITY CONTROL LAB

The simplest form of quality control was a sketch of the desired item. If the sketch did not match the item, it was rejected, in a simple Go/no go procedure. However, manufacturers soon found it was difficult and costly to make parts be exactly like their depiction; hence around 1840 tolerance limits were introduced, wherein a design would function if its parts were measured to be within the limits. Quality was thus precisely defined using devices such as plug gauges and ring gauges. However, this did not address the problem of defective items; recycling or disposing of the waste adds to the cost of production, as does trying to reduce the defect rate.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
6
  • Digital Vernier Calliper
  • Outside Micrometer (0-25 mm)
  • Slip Guages
  • Angle Gauge
  • Dial Indicator with comparator (0-10 mm)
  • Profile Projector
  • Vernier bevel protector (Lc = 5 sec)
  • Screw thread gauge,Ring gauge (5-25 mm) Surface Measuring Instrument Gear Tooth Vernier Calliper Vernier Depth Gauge Dial Type Vernier Calliper Inside Micrometer Adjustable Snap Gauge
Mr.Dardare V.B. Lecturer B.E. Mechanical Engineering, M.E. Design Engineering 45 Sq.m 5,19,314 /-

Name of the laboratory: POWER ENGINEERING LAB

An engine or motor is a machine designed to convert one form of energy into mechanical energy. Heat engines burn a fuel to create heat which is then used to do work. Internal combustion engines are heat engines that burn fuel in a combustion chamber to extract work from the pressure of expanding gases. Electric motors convert electrical energy into mechanical motion; pneumatic motors use compressed air; and clockwork motors in wind-up toys use elastic energy. A refrigerator (colloquially fridge) is a popular household appliance that consists of a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump (mechanical, electronic or chemical) that transfers heat from the inside of the fridge to its external environment so that the inside of the fridge is cooled to a temperature below the ambient temperature of the room.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
7
  • Single Cylinder Diesel test rig with rope brake dynamometer for heat balance sheet
  • Four stroke three cylinder petrol engine test rig with hydraulic dynamometer (Morse test)
  • Exhaust gas analyser
  • Two stage air compressor test rig
  • Vapour copression refrigeration test rig
  • Four stroke three cylinder petrol engine for dismentling
  • Solex Carburator
  • Four Barrel Bosch Diesel Fuel Pump With Fuel Injector Actual Original Cut Section Model
Mr.Bhosale A.B. Lecturer M.E. (Thermal Engineering ) 90.75 Sq.m 9,94,350 /-

Name of the laboratory: INDUSTRIAL FLUID POWER LAB

Fluid power is the use of fluids under pressure to generate, control, and transmit power. Fluid power is subdivided into hydraulics using a liquid such as mineral oil or water, and pneumatics using a gas such as air or other gases. Compressed-air and water-pressure systems were once used to transmit power from a central source to industrial users over extended geographic areas; fluid power systems today are usually within a single building or mobile machine. Fluid power systems perform work by a pressurized fluid bearing directly on a piston in a cylinder or in a fluid motor. A fluid cylinder produces a force resulting in linear motion, whereas a fluid motor produces torque resulting in rotary motion. Within a fluid power system, cylinders and motors (also called actuators) do the desired work. Control components such as valves regulate the system. Pneumatics are less expensive to build and operate. Air is used as the compressed medium, so there is no requirement to drain or recover fluid. Hydraulic systems use larger working pressures, and require larger parts than pneumatics.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
8
  • Pneumatic circuit trainer set up
  • Pneumatic circuit trainer set up
Mr.Deshmukh R.A. Principal B.E. ( Mech ) M. E. (structure. Engg.), PhD * (Mechanical Engineering) 66 Sq.m 2,37,967 /-

Name of the laboratory: METALLURAGY LAB

Metallurgy is a domain of materials science and engineering that studies the physical and chemical behavior of metallic elements, their inter-metallic compounds, and their mixtures, which are called alloys. A special type of alloy was invented, when scientists from the industrialized alloys of metals that can withstand the largest temperatures and pressures for use in industrial and technological applications such as state of the art race cars, spacecraft, submarines, nuclear reactors, jet airplanes, nuclear weapons.

Sr. No. Name of important equipment’s Technical Manpower support Area in Square Feet Total Investment
Name of technical staff Designation Qualification
9
  • Metallurgical microscope
  • Polishing Machine
  • Muffle furnace
Mr.More R.L. Lecturer B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) 76.31 Sq.m 52675 /-