About Department

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Mechanical Engineering Department is started in the year 2005-06. . Mechanical Engineering is one of the major activities in the engineering profession and its principles are involved in the design, study, development and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems. Continued research and development have led to better machines and processes helping the mankind. From the date of inception it is growing in all the fronts. The Department impact on the institute and on society is easily demonstrated by noting the alignment of the department’s evolution with key events and technological advances in the India and elsewhere.  . Today, the department of Mechanical engineering of SCOE attracts and features an extraordinary rich diversity and quantity of talented individuals, with nearly 350 of undergraduates, post graduate students. The impressive array of students makes the department as the largest top  3rd  University (Pune University)  in the country and SCOE is under such a University.

In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate students, the faculty of Mechanical Engineering actively pursues research through graduate students. Department is committed to well being and all round development of its students.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 

  • Graduates will be engaged in ongoing learning and professional development through self-study, continuing education in mechanical engineering and also in other allied fields.
  • Graduates will apply their engineering skills, exhibiting critical thinking and problem

solving skills in professional engineering practices or tackle social, technical and business challenges.

  • Graduates will adopt ethical attitude and exhibit effective skills in communication,

Management, teamwork and leadership qualities.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES:

 

2015 Course

SEM-I

207002: Engineering Mathematics III

1) Solve higher order linear differential equations and apply to modeling and analyzing mass spring systems.

2) Apply Laplace transform and Fourier transform techniques to solve differential equations involved in Vibration theory, Heat transfer and related engineering applications.

3) Apply statistical methods like correlation, regression analysis in analyzing, interpreting experimental data and probability theory in testing and quality control.

4) Perform vector differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to fluid flow problems.

5) Solve various partial differential equations such as wave equation, one and two dimensional heat flow equations.

202041: Manufacturing Process- I

  • Understand and analyze foundry practices like pattern making, mold making, Core making and Inspection of defects.
  • Understand and analyze Hot and Cold Working, Rolling, Forging, Extrusion and Drawing Processes.
  • Understand different plastic molding processes, Extrusion of Plastic and Thermoforming
  • Understand different Welding and joining processes and its defects
  • Understand, Design and Analyze different sheet metal working processes
  • Understand the constructional details and Working of Centre Lathe

202042: Computer Aided Machine Drawing

  • Understand the importance of CAD in the light of allied technologies such as CAM, CAE, FEA, CFD, PLM.
  • Understand the significance of parametric technology and its application in 2D sketching.
  • Understand the significance of parametric feature-based modeling and its application in 3D machine components modeling.
  • Ability to create 3D assemblies that represent static or dynamic Mechanical Systems.
  • Ability to ensure manufacturability and proper assembly of components and assemblies.
  • Ability to communicate between Design and Manufacturing using 2D drawings.

202043: Thermodynamics

  • Apply various laws of thermodynamics to various processes and real systems.
  • Apply the concept of Entropy, Calculate heat, work and other important thermodynamic properties for various ideal gas processes.
  • Estimate performance of various Thermodynamic gas power cycles and gas refrigeration cycle and availability in each case.
  • Estimate the condition of steam and performance of vapour power cycle and vapour compression cycle.
  • Estimate Stoichiometric air required for combustion, performance of steam generators and natural draught requirements in boiler plants.
  • Use Psychromertic charts and estimate various essential properties related to Psychrometry and processes

202044: Material Science

  • Understand the basic concepts and properties of Material.
  • Understand about material fundamental and processing.
  • Select proper metal, alloys, nonmetal and powder metallurgical component for specific requirement
  • Detect the defects in crystal and its effect on crystal properties.
  • Evaluate the different properties of material by studying different test
  • Recognize how metals can be strengthened by cold-working and hot working

202051: Strength of Materials

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science for engineering applications
  • Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • Design a component to meet desired needs within realistic constraints of health and safety
  • Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  • Practice professional and ethical responsibility
  • Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

202054: Value Education

  • Understood human values, their significance and role in life.
  • Promote self-reflection and critical inquiry that foster critical thinking of one’s value and the values

of others.

  • Practice respect for human rights and democratic principles.
  • Familiarized with various living and non-living organisms and their interaction with environment.
  • Understood the basics regarding the leadership and to become a conscious professional.

SEM-II

 

202045: Fluid Mechanics

  • Use of various properties in solving the problems in fluids
  • Use of Bernoulli’s equation for solutions in fluids
  • Determination of forces drag and lift on immersed bodies

202047: Soft Skills

  • Improved communication, interaction and presentation of ideas.
  • Right attitudinal and behaviouralchange
  • Developed right-attitudinal and behavioral change

202048: Theory of Machines – I

  • Identify mechanisms in real life applications.
  • Perform kinematic analysis of simple mechanisms.
  • Perform static and dynamic force analysis of slider crank mechanism.
  • Determine moment of inertia of rigid bodies experimentally.
  • Analyze velocity and acceleration of mechanisms by vector and graphical methods.

202048: Engineering Metallurgy

  • describe how metals and alloys formed and how the properties change due to microstructure
  • apply core concepts in Engineering Metallurgy to solve engineering problems.
  • conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • select materials for design and construction.
  • possess the skills and techniques necessary for modern materials engineering practice
  • recognize how metals can be strengthened by alloying, cold-working, and heat treatment

202050: Applied Thermodynamics

  • Classify various types of Engines, Compare Air standard, Fuel Air and Actual cycles and make out various losses in real cycles.
  • Understand Theory of Carburetion, Modern Carburetor, Stages of Combustion in S. I. Engines and Theory of Detonation, Pre-ignition and factors affecting detonation.
  • Understand Fuel Supply system, Types of Injectors and Injection Pumps, Stages of Combustion in CI Engines, Theory of Detonation in CI Engines and Comparison of SI and CI Combustion and Knocking and Factors affecting, Criteria for good combustion chamber and types.
  • Carry out Testing of I. C. Engines and analyze its performance.
  • Describe construction and working of various I. C. Engine systems (Cooling, Lubrication, Ignition, Governing, and Starting) also various harmful gases emitted from exhaust and different devices to control pollution and emission norms for pollution control.
  • Describe construction, working of various types of reciprocating and rotary compressors with performance calculations of positive displacement compressors.

203152: Electrical and Electronics Engineering

1.Develop the capability to identify and select suitable DC motor / induction motor / special purpose motor and its speed control method for given industrial application.

  1. Program Arduino IDE using conditional statements
  2. Interfacing sensors with Arduino IDE

 

 

  1. E. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) (2015 Course)

SEM-I

302041: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS – I

  1. Ability to identify and understand failure modes for mechanical elements and design of machine elements based on strength.
  2. Ability to design Shafts, Keys and Coupling for industrial applications.
  3. Ability to design machine elements subjected to fluctuating loads.
  4. Ability to design Power Screws for various applications.
  5. Ability to design fasteners and welded joints subjected to different loading conditions.
  6. Ability to design various Springs for strength and stiffness.

 

302042:   HEAT TRANSFER

CO 1: Analyze the various modes of heat transfer and implement the basic heat conduction equations for steady one dimensional thermal system.

CO 2: Implement the general heat conduction equation to thermal systems with and without internal heat generation and transient heat conduction.

CO 3: Analyze the heat transfer rate in natural and forced convection and evaluate through experimentation investigation.

CO 4: Interpret heat transfer by radiation between objects with simple geometries.

CO 5: Analyze the heat transfer equipment and investigate the performance.

302043: Theory of Machine –II

  1. Student will be able to understand fundamentals of gear theory which will be the prerequisite for gear design.
  2. Student will be able to perform force analysis of Spur, Helical, Bevel, Worm and Worm gear.
  3. The student to analyze speed and torque in epi-cyclic gear trains which will be the prerequisite for gear box design.
  4. Student will be able to design cam profile for given follower motions and understand cam Jump phenomenon, advance cam curves.
  5. The student will synthesize a four bar mechanism with analytical and graphical methods.
  6. a. The student will analyze the gyroscopic couple or effect for stabilization of Ship

Aeroplane and Four wheeler vehicle.

  1. Student will choose appropriate drive for given application (stepped / step-less).

302044: Turbo Machines

  1. Apply thermodynamics and kinematics principles to turbo machines.
  2. Analyze the performance of turbo machines.
  3. Ability to select turbo machine for given application.
  4. Predict performance of turbo machine using model analysis.

302045: Metrology And Quality Control

  1. Understand the methods of measurement, selection of measuring instruments / standards of measurement, carryout data collection and its analysis.
  2. Explain tolerance, limits of size, fits, geometric and position tolerances and gauge design
  3. Understand and use/apply Quality Control Techniques/ Statistical Tools appropriately.
  4. Develop an ability of problem solving and decision making by identifying and analyzing the cause for variation and recommend suitable corrective actions for quality improvement.

 

Skill Development

SEM-II

 

302047: Numerical Methods and Optimization

  1. Use appropriate Numerical Methods to solve complex mechanical engineering problems.
  2. Formulate algorithms and programming.
  3. Use Mathematical Solver.
  4. Generate Solutions for real life problem using optimization techniques.
  5. Analyze the research problem

302048: Design of Machine Elements – II

CO 1: To understand and apply principles of gear design to spur gears and industrial spur gear boxes.

CO 2 : To become proficient in Design of Helical and Bevel Gear

CO 3: To develop capability to analyze Rolling contact bearing and its selection from manufacturer’s Catalogue.

CO 4: To learn a skill to design worm gear box for various industrial applications.

CO 5: To inculcate an ability to design belt drives and selection of belt, rope and chain drives.

CO 6: To achieve an expertise in design of Sliding contact bearing in industrial applications

302049: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

– Illustrate the fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration and air conditioning system

– Obtain cooling capacity and coefficient of performance by conducting test on vapour compression refrigeration systems

– Present the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants

– Calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various

– Operate and analyze the refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

302050: Mechatronics

  • Identification of key elements of mechatronics system and its representation in terms of block diagram
  • Understanding the concept of signal processing and use of interfacing systems such as ADC, DAC, digital I/O
  • Interfacing of Sensors, Actuators using appropriate DAQ micro-controller
  • Time and Frequency domain analysis of system model (for control application)
  • PID control implementation on real time systems
  • Development of PLC ladder programming and implementation of real life system

302051: MANUFATCURING PROCESS – II

  1. Student should be able to apply the knowledge of various manufacturing processes.
  2. Student should be able to identify various process parameters and their effect on processes.
  3. Student should be able to figure out application of modern machining.
  4. Students should get the knowledge of Jigs

 

302052: MACHINE SHOP – II

  1. Ability to develop knowledge about the working and programming techniques for various machines and tools

CO 4: To learn a skill to design worm gear box for various industrial applications.

CO 5: To inculcate an ability to design belt drives and selection of belt, rope and chain drives.

CO 6: To achieve an expertise in design of Sliding contact bearing in industrial applications

B.E. Mechanical Engineering 2012 Course

SEM-I       

402041: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

– Illustrate the fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration and air conditioning system

– Obtain cooling capacity and coefficient of performance by conducting test on vapour compression refrigeration systems

– Present the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants

– Calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various

– Operate and analyze the refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

(402042) CAD/CAM and Automation

– Analyze and design real world components

– Suggest whether the given solid is safe for the load applied.

– Select suitable manufacturing method for complex components.

 

(402043) Dynamics of Machinery

 

– Solutions to balancing problems of machines.

– Ability to understand the fundamentals of vibration and Noise.

– Ability to develop analytical competency in solving vibration problems.

– Ability to understand measurement and control of vibration and noise.

– Ability to calculate natural frequencies, Eigen values & Eigen vectors.

– Ability to measure vibrations, vibration characteristics and understand various methods for vibration control for real life problem

(402044A) Energy Audit and Management (Elective I)

 

– Carry out Energy Audit of the residence / society / college where they are studying.

– Carry out electrical tariff calculation and accurately predict the electricity bill required for the

installation.

– Suggest various methods to reduce energy consumption of the equipment / office / premises.

 

(402045D) Advanced Manufacturing Processes (Elective II)

  1. Selection of appropriate manufacturing process for advance components
  2. Characterization of work pieces

 (402047) Power Plant Engineering

– Ability to have adequacy with Design, erection and development of energy conversion plants.

– Optimization of Energy Conversion plant with respect to the available resources.

– Scope of alternative erection of optimized, suitable plant at the location depending upon

geographical conditions.

(402048) Mechanical System Design

– The student will understand the difference between component level design and system level design.

– Ability to design various mechanical systems like pressure vessels, machine tool gear boxes,

material handling systems, etc. for the specifications stated/formulated.

– Ability to learn optimum design principles and apply it to mechanical components.

– Ability to to handle system level projects from concept to product.

(402049B) Robotics (Elective III)

  1. Understand the complete design procedure of the robot.
  2. Select correct mechanism for operation of the robot.
  3. Select necessary actuators, sensors, control for satisfactory performance of the robot.