Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering

Catalog of BE Projects

Title: ADVANCED HEAT EXCHANGER WITH INCREASED EFFICIENCY
Guide Name Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
Group members:
  1. GOVIND CHOUDHARY
  2. OMKAR KEWAT
  3. ROSHAN SINGH
  4. SARVESH MALI
Abstract: The design of a double pipe in tube heat exchanger has been facing problems because of the lack of experimental data available regarding the behaviour of fluid flow in double pipe and also in case of heat transfer data, which is not in the case in shell and tube heat exchanger. So,to the best of our effort double pipe heat exchanger by varying the different parameters like different temperatures and diameters of pipe and coil and also to determine the fluid flow pattern in a double pipe heat exchanger. Water vapor condensation is commonly observed in nature and routinely used as an effective means of transferring heat with dropwise condensation on non wetting surfaces exhibiting heat transfer improvement compared to filmwise condensation on wetting surfaces. However, state-of-the-art techniques to promote dropwise condensation rely on functional hydrophobic coatings that either have challenges with chemical stability or are so thick that any potential heat transfer improvement is negated due to the added thermal resistance of the coating. In this work, we show the effectiveness of ultrathin scalable chemical vapor deposited (CVD) graphene coatings to promote dropwise condensation while offering robust chemical stability and maintaining low thermal resistance. Heat transfer enhancements of 4× were demonstrated compared to filmwise condensation, and the robustness of these CVD coatings was superior to typical hydrophobic monolayer coatings. Our results indicate that graphene is a promising surface coating to promote dropwise condensation of water in industrial conditions with the potential for scalable application via CVD. The objective of this project is to obtain a better and more quantitative insight into the heat transfer process that occurs when a fluid flows. The study also covered the different types of fluid flow range extending from laminar flow through the transition to the turbulent flow. The materials for the study were decided, fluid taken was water and the material for the pipe was taken to be steel for its better conducting properties.
Title: PLASTIC AND MICROPLASTIC COLLECTION SYSTEM
Guide Name: Prof. AMARNATH D. LANDGE
Group members:
  1. ABHISHEK N. BHAGAT
  2. KASHMIRA V. DIXIT
  3. SHREYAS L. LIMAYE
  4. YASH G. PARAB
Abstract: Widespread contamination of plastic calls for management solutions. As a consequence of increasing plastic production and inefficient waste-management strategies, plastic debris contaminates many, if not all living organisms, including human beings. The ill-effects of plastic on living organisms is not an alien piece of information. Moreover, plastic does not biodegrade and can consequently travel long distances in the aquatic environment. The current and growing scientific evidence reports widespread contamination of plastic debris, among many aquatic habitats, including 50% of all species of sea birds, 60% of all species of marine mammals, and 100% of all species of sea turtles. More recently, scientists have begun quantifying plastic debris in freshwater, and plastic debris has now been reported on the beaches, lakes, and rivers and riverbanks. There are several sources of plastic debris and their entry into the environment may occur at all stages of the life cycle of the plastic product. These include both land-based and maritime sources. For microplastics in particular, sources are generally categorized as primary or secondary. A source of microplastic is considered primary when it enters the environment as microplastic. Examples of this would be fibers from washing machines, microbeads from personal care products, or the spillage of preproduction pellets from industry. A secondary, and likely more significant, source results when a larger piece of plastic debris breaks into micro-sized or nano-sized pieces via chemical, biological or physical degradation process. Keywords:Plastic, Microplastic, Plastic Debris, Contamination.
Title: Comparative Study Between Straight Type And Partly Tapered Stirling Pulse Tube Cryocooler
Guide Name: Prof. Amarnath D Landge
Group members:
  1. Mr. Yadav Atish Kumar
  2. Mr. Powar Anmol Laxman
  3. Mr. Pawar Om Mahesh
  4. Mr. Juvekar Sarvesh Anil
Abstract: Pulse tube refrigerators (PTR) have been notably studied in today's years. In evaluation with distinct cryocoolers, SPTR(Stirling Pulse Tube Refrigerator) has some superb advantages which may be inherent simplicity, immoderate reliability and espresso vibration at the cold end. For a pulse tube cryocooler, the increased overall performance of the pulse tube is crucial and is strongly related to the flow inside. Conventionally, flow straighteners are used at every end of the empty pulse tube to ensure a uniform flow. Numerical simulation of 2D viscous compressible oscillating flow changed into carried out for the uniform cross-segment and tapered pulse tube. Based on the numerical results, it modified into decided that for the taper pulse tube refrigerator, there was an maximum proper taper angle, with which the general overall performance of a cryogenic refrigerator can be drastically improved. It modified into decided that in evaluation with the uniform cross-section pulse tube, the fee of the secondary flow withinside the tapered pulse tube decreases while its distribution becomes a whole lot much less uniform, and is the purpose why the general overall performance of the tapered pulse tube can be improved in assessment with the uniform cross-section pulse tube. Keywords:pulse tube cryocooler, flow straightener, efficiency
Title: ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSEL USING ANSYS FOR COST OPTIMIZATION
Guide Name: MANISH RANE
Group members:
  1. Mr. DAVE HARSH HASMUKH
  2. Mr. TIWARI SUNAND RAJESH
  3. Mr. TIWARI RATNESH VIMLESH
  4. Mr. BIND DEEPAK BALKRISHNA
Abstract: A Pressure Vessel is a container designed to hold gases or liquids under a pressure which is substantially different from the atmospheric pressure. Pressure vessels can be dangerous, and fatal accidents have occurred in the history of their development and operation. Thus, proper analysis and design calculations of pressure vessels are required to be carried out by engineers to prevent such accidents in future. In traditional methods, the pressure vessel is designed using ASME Code. Presently software like “PV Elite” and “Compress” are being used vastly for designing pressure vessels which are based on ASME code. The conventional methods used have a factor of safety on higher sides, hence ANSYS will be used to understand the design in an optimized way. The main purpose of the project is to optimize the cost by designing pressure vessels in ANSYS using FEA Techniques. This will eliminate approximations. Carrying out analysis of any non-standard complex modified part is only possible in Ansys Software as it shows the value of localized stress at any given point. It is best suited for experimental and research purposes. Thus, our main aim is to promote the usage of ANSYS software for pressure vessel analysis. The project commenced with a literature review which was helpful to understand the design and concept of pressure of vessels. This was followed by solving an industrial based problem using ASME code. To verify the results, the pressure vessel was then designed and analyzed in PV ELITE, whose result was then compared with ASME. Later, various simulation was carried out in ANSYS on topics such as , Validation of thick-walled pressure vessels using ANSYS, the effect of installing stiffener ring in long pressure vessels, the effect on stress intensity by providing reinforcement pad at the site of nozzle opening and finally, the effect of stress intensity when installing nozzle offset on the head or shell part. Later all these concepts were combined in this project to obtain the optimum result viz. minimum shell thickness, which resulted in cost optimization. Keywords: ANSYS, PRESSURE VESSELS, FEA
Title: Adaptive Frame Innovation in Vehicle Design
Guide Name: Prof.Roshan Mishra
Group members:
  1. DIVYESH TIWARI
  2. RUHAN QURESHI
  3. AMI PATEL
  4. RISHAB TIWARI
Abstract: There's always traffic in metropolitan cities due to SUV and Sedan cars even if they accommodate single people. Lots of road space is wasted due to this specific reason.These types of cars require a big parking space which then leads to space problems specially in over populated cities like Mumbai, Delhi, etc,.Big volumetric space is covered while traveling due to which huge air resistance is experienced by vehicles which affects the efficiency of the engine. The frame will be easy to design with minimum interference with strength. But special arrangement for the other element linked to the frame requires serious attention. The frame will offer smooth and comfortable transition into its maximum size by using pneumatic, hydraulic or solenoid drive power.As per the project only longitudinal contraption is used which are simply 2 piston-cylinder parallel to each other along with the length of the car.But latitudinal contraption can be constructed perpendicular to the steering and differential system.This is much more suitable for the electric car as the rear differential are replaced by individual motor which eases the design for the contraption Keywords: Automobile, Frame, Chassis
Title: Impact Analysis on Helmet using Ansys.
Guide Name: Prof. VIKASH KUMAR AGRAWAL
Group members:
  1. AKSHAY JADHAV
  2. ROHIT HADASHI
  3. RITIK PATHA
  4. DIVYANSHU BHEDA
Abstract: Due to poor roads and faulty helmets, in India about six two-wheeler riders lost their lives every hour in road accidents. According to a World Health Organization report, correct helmet use can reduce the risk of fatal injuries by 42% and head injuries by 69%. Helmets are manufactured by using different materials according to its application. In this work, the helmet is modeled with similar dimensions available in manufacture data in Solidwork then it’s analysis is performed in ansys software. The main objective of our project is to analyze the helmet’s performance with different materials such as ABS, Polycarbonate and E-Glass. The 3D model of the helmet is subjected to evaluate the total deformation , strain and stress at different speeds at 50 kmph, 60 kmph and 70 kmph using ansys. Keywords: ABS, E-Glass, Polycarbonate, Ansys.
Title: PEDAL ASSIST ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
Group Members:
  1. ADITI DAVE
  2. BALUKRISHNA KOLOOR
  3. KISHAN MISHRA
  4. PRATHAMESH PARAB
Abstract: Transport is one of the economic sectors in the world with the most detrimental effects on climate change. In this context, electric vehicles are considered as a potentially effective technological innovation to reduce carbon impacts. The present research aims to propose a life cycle assessment study to quantify which components of a bicycle have the highest environmental impact. The final aim of the study is to quantify and to evaluate the vehicle’s energetic and environmental performances, focusing the analysis on the vehicle production and use phases. The project uses the combination of two sectors, mechanical and electronic systems which clearly expresses the growth of a better environment. Our pedal assist electric vehicle drives the drivetrain with the help of an electric motor and in case the power runs out, the pedal will assist the drivetrain for further displacement reducing the chance of being stranded on the path. The project focuses on use of smart energy management with pedal assist. The production of this vehicle will have cargo, passenger and pickup versions. The concept closes the gap between bicycles and vehicles. It also highlights the design aspects of the vehicle. It brings together technology design and performance to provide vehicles for safe, clean, luxurious, and noise free commute in your cities. Vehicles are fully grounds-up built EVs, keeping in mind safety, comfort, aesthetics, environment and Indian urban transport conditions. To achieve the Above mentioned purpose we consider two approaches, the “from cradle to grave” i.e. a technique to assess the environmental impacts associated with all stages of a product's life approach.
TITLE: Design and Development of Mecanum wheel
GUIDE NAME: Prof. Amol Jadhav
GROUP MEMBERS:
  1. Atharva S. Kullarni
  2. Shikar .G.Mishra
  3. Dhruv Parmar
  4. Shalmik Patil
ABSTRACT: The Multi-directional automobile has vast advantages over conventional design likes differential drive in term of mobility in congested environments. Multi-directional automobile could perform important tasks in environments congested with static and/or dynamic obstacle and narrow aisles, such as those commonly found in manufacturing floor, warehouses, offices and hospitals. A variety of designs of Mecanum wheel installed forklift have been developed in recent years in order to improve their Multi-directional maneuver and practical applications. These features are expanded at the expense of improved mechanical complication and increased complexity in control mechanism. Mecanum wheel systems work by applying rotating force of each individual wheel in one direction similar to regular wheels with a different in the fact that Mecanum wheel systems are able to slide freely in a different direction, in other word, they can slide frequently perpendicular to the torque vector. The main advantage of using Mecanum wheel systems is that translational and rotational motions are decoupled for simple motion although in making an allowance for the fastest possible motion this is not essentially the case. keywords:Mecanum wheel,multi-dimensional wheel
Title: District Cooling Plant
GUIDE NAME: Prof.P.Damodhar
GROUP MEMBERS:
  1. Gavankar Huzaifa
  2. Jaiswal Vikas
  3. Negi Gaurav
  4. Rajput Adity
ABSTRACT: District cooling means the centralized production and distribution of cooling energy. Chilled water is produced in a ‘District Cooling Plant’, also known as an ‘Energy Center’; and is delivered via an underground insulated pipeline to offices, industrial and residential buildings to cool the indoor air of the buildings within a district. District Cooling Plant is a centralized production and distribution of cooling energy. The output of one cooling plant is enough to meet the cooling-energy demand of dozens of buildings. District cooling can be run on electricity or natural gas, and can use either regular water or seawater. With the constant change in climatic conditions and the increase of ambient temperature around the world at an alarming rate, the efficiency of district cooling plants is decreasing rapidly, especially for components such as the cooling towers which are an integral part of the system. Cooling towers already have losses due to evaporation, drift and blowdown, and with the change in atmospheric conditions, these losses are only made worse. Usually there is a supply of ‘make-up water’ to the cooling tower basin which makes up for all the losses, however, with the rise of atmospheric temperature, even the water temperature has taken a hit. The heated temperature of the make-up water leads to the increase in the overall temperature of the condenser water which sometimes leads to chiller surge due to high condenser water temperature (usually ranging between 35°C - 42°C), which causes unnecessary wear and tear in the system. Hence, in conclusion, we need to overcome this issue in a cost-effective way.
Title: FATIGUE ANALYSIS ON WIND TURBINE IN BUILT-UP AREAS
Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
Group members:
  1. PATIL PANKAJ MADHAV
  2. SHRIVASTAV SHIVAM ASHOK KUMAR
  3. SINGH DHRUV DINESH
  4. YADAV HARSH CHANDRAJEET
Abstract: However wind energy is a renewable energy but it has very less scope in urban areas due to its uneven characteristics, So the objective of this study is to develop a horizontal axis wind turbine which can withstand urban environments. By analysis and iteration of various materials we can see which material will be feasible for urban wind conditions and weather as well as sustainable for socio-economic and will provide a better resistance to fatigue.As a part of our study we figured out various research papers , which provides us with various quantitative and qualitative data which are assisting in our study for the designing part. From the data and statistics that we collected, we came through various factors of wind turbines that need to be focused while designing like how fatigue damage in wind turbines takes place, reason for origination of fatigue, types of crack, how turbulence initiates fatigue, and how visual inspection of cracks can be useful data. Also these research papers gave us an idea about the material selection for the parts of the turbine, amongst them how composite materials are a better choice. How the urban environment challenges the application of wind turbines in urban areas, challenges including kind of wind patterns, blowing patterns, speed and directions. Also the role of irregularities in the aerodynamics in urban infrastructures etc all the factors resulting in either over or underestimating wind resource in built up areas.
Title: FOOTSTEP POWER GENERATION
Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
Group members:
  1. VISHAL PANDEY
  2. OMKAR SAWANT
  3. AKSHAY INARKAR
  4. KESHAV JHA
Abstract: In this system we are generating electrical power as non-conventional method by simply walking or running on the foot step non-conventional energy system. Non-conventional energy system is very essential at this time to our nation. Non-conventional energy using foot step needs no fuel input power to generate the output of the electrical power. This project using simple drive mechanism such as rack and pinion assemble. For this project the conversion of the force energy in to electrical energy. The Control mechanism carries the rack and pinion, D.C generator, battery and inverter control. We have discussed the various applications and further extension also. So this project is implemented to all foot step, the power generation is very high. The initial cost of this arrangement is low.
Title: FOOTSTEP POWER GENERATION
Guide Name: Dr. Yogita Umesh Yerne
Group members:
  1. Nikita Mayekar
  2. Dharmendra Sahu
  3. Manish Yadav
Abstract: The vortex tube is a mechanical local cooling device which operates like a refrigerating machine without having any moving part. It needs compressed air as input and delivers two air streams one hot and other cold released from two different locations. Such flow separation into the regions of low and high total temperature is referred to as energy separation effect or Ranque effect. Several theories have been proposed by researchers to explain this phenomena occurring in the vortex tube. Present work is motivated by lack of complete understanding of the physics of energy separation available in literature. To have better insight of flow structure developing in the vortex tube and to investigate the factors causing energy separation, a numerical study has been done on Ranque- Hilsch Vortex Tube. A commercial code ANSYS Fluent 6.3 has been used for solving and post processing of the data. Solid modeling and meshing of the computational domain has been performed on ICEM software. The flow structure developed in the vortex tube causes a radial pressure variation which makes peripheral free vortex warm and inner forced vortex cold. Parametricstudies on vortex tube have been done specifically on Orifice diameter, hot gas fraction, Tube diameter and Length to Diameter ratio of the vortex tube. Also the effect of inlet pressure of compressed air has come out and has been analyzed and presented in the present work.Additionally the vortex tube is subjected to an isothermal wall condition and its effect on thermal behaviour of vortex tube has been depicted.
Title: Adaptive Combat and Surveillance Rover
Guide Name: ADITYA R. PRABHUKHOT
Group members:
  1. Rahul Jadhav
  2. Abhishek gautam
  3. Asjad khan
  4. Aditya chaurasia
Abstract: The "Adaptive Combat and Surveillance Rover “or ACSR provides the necessary enhancements to the Rover in order to use it for surveillance and military purposes. The Rover is designed to work on landscape surfaces where our regular Defence Rover can't go and where a few components limit its operational capabilities as a surveillance rover, thus the focus of our research is to overcome those constraints and make it capable for the needed outcomes. Our investigation into the Rover issue was led by our group, and it was specifically focused on the alteration of the Rover that can be directly used for combative surveillance, as well as the other issues that were discovered through literature review and studies. As a result, research was led on the most effective method to overcome that. The base plate was made up of plywood and the brackets and mounts for the nurf gun were made up of metal and the Rover is manufactured entirely of PVC to increase its capacity to tolerate mechanical shock, vibrations, and mechanical failures caused by the terrain surfaces on which its miles worked. The Rocker bogie mechanism Rover's structure was created using solid works. All of the upgrades and capabilities have been included into the Rover by using the model and staying on top of it. The project's outcome was the implementation of a surveillance camera and a Nurf gun. Various modifications, such as a live-streaming camera, a remote-control device with trigger mechanism, a separation Measuring framework with an adequate mechanical structure to hold the gun and camera, and mechanical attainability, were developed under this approach
Title: CONDITION MONITORING AND FAULT DIAGNOSIS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
Group members:
  1. Kanojia Suraj Rajkumar
  2. Prajapati Pragat Girish
  3. Ambaliya Parth Haresh
  4. Chaurasiya Raj Ramsahay
Abstract: Condition monitoring is the measurement of various parameters related to the mechanical conditions of the machinery, which makes it possible to determine whether the machinery is in good or bad condition. If the mechanical condition of a particular mechanical system is bad then then condition monitoring makes it possible to determine the cause of the problem. In industry it is very important to identify the defects in advance to avoid sudden failure and unscheduled downtime. This minimizes the loss in production, improves risk management and reduces the maintenance costs. The faults in the machinery are due to the vibration. Signature analysis is used to investigate these faults in the mechanical systems. The Signature analysis can be done using the FFT analyzer which is used in carrying out the experiments. The results of all the experiments are obtained on the basis of frequency domain. The parameters such as speed(rpm), phase angle and amplitude were useful in repairing the faults and finding the results.The main aim of the project is to understand the trend of vibration signatures for the unbalance effect through mathematical modeling. It is observed that MATLAB programming as well as ANSYS can also be effectively used for the study of vibration signatures for unbalance effect
Title: COST ANAYSIS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
Group members:
  1. MANISH DALVI
  2. NISHTRAJ SHERIGAR
  3. KRISHNA SHUKLA
  4. MAKARAND SUTAR
Abstract: The project is aimed to examine and study various technologies and methods used in the top four countries namely Germany, Austria, South Korea and Wales and see if we can apply those methods in India. To also reduce the expenses for waste management which will also contribute as a helping hand to our country's economic wellness. The project objective is to manage solid waste generated in our country and develop new technologies and implement new ideas by which the solid waste management will become easier and at lower cost.
Title: “DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF ZERO FRICTION MAGNETIC BRAKING SYSTEM”
Guide Name: Dr. S. Ram Reddy
Group members:
  1. ARPIT R. UPADHYAY
  2. RAJESH SHRINIVASAN
  3. DEV S.SHARMA
  4. RITVIK V. SINGH
Abstract: With development taking place in the field of technology and advancements of Automobile Industry, there was the need of development in the braking to be useful at high speed vehicles. This was overcome by the introduction of Electromagnetic braking system. It works on the principle of ‘Right Hand Thumb Rule’ i.e. if a piece of copper wire was wound, around the nail and then connected to a battery, it would create an electro magnet. Though electromagnetic brakes are better as compared to mechanical braking system, they also posses few of the limitations of their own (like heat generation, ineffective at low speed and requires electric current for its operation). Hence they are used in conjunction with traditional breaking system.
Title: VERTICAL PLOTTING ROBOT
Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
Group members:
  1. MOTIWALLA HUSSAIN SHABBIR
  2. PAL OM RAMDHANI
  3. RAI ASHISH VIJAY
  4. RANA VISHAL MINESH
Abstract: Polar graph have essentially become obsolete, and have been replaced by large-format inkjet printers and LED toner-based printers. Such devices may still understand vector languages originally designed for plotting use, because in many uses, they offer a more efficient alternative to raster data. Polar graph offers the fastest way to efficiently produce very large drawings or coloured high-resolution vector-based artwork. Rapid Prototyping is a process used in the manufacturing sector that involves the use of computers to control machine tools. Tools that can be controlled in this manner include lathes, mills, machines and grinders. The CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. Inspiring from this CNC technology and revolutionary change in the world of digital electronics and Microcontroller, we are presenting here an idea of CNC pen plotter using custom built PLC. The idea behind this project is to make a small CNC machine which can draw images or pictures on a vertical surface, which can be a paper or anything.
Title: Experimental analysis of fuel extraction by waste plastic pyrolysis
Guide Name: Prof. Amarnath D Landge
Group members:
  1. Jeevan K. Billava
  2. Vivek P. Chudasama
  3. Rupesh K. Dedhiya
Abstract: The increased demand and high price for energy sources are driving efforts to convert organic compounds into useful hydrocarbon fuels. Although much of this work has focused on biomass, there are strong benefits to deriving fuels from waste plastic material. Waste plastic is abundant and its disposal creates large problems for the environment. Plastic does not break down in landfills, it is not easily recycled and degrades in quality during the recycling process, and it can produce waste ash, heavy metals, and potentially harmful gas emissions if incinerated at high temperatures. However, thermal processes can be used to convert plastics into hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline, diesel, aviation / jet fuel, which have unlimited applications in airline industries, helicopter, heavy transportation, and electricity generation. The method and principal of the production /process will be discussed. Keywords:hydrocarbon fuels, Waste plastic, thermal processes.
Title: Rashan vending machine
Guide Name: Prof. Amarnath D Landge
Group members:
  1. Abhishek Pandey
  2. Manish Naik
  3. Shivam Gautam
  4. Sushil Rajpurohit
Abstract: Rashan is the most commercial products of the century. Rashan is coming under basic requirement of human being. The stress on the multiple resources is a result of many factors. On the one hand, the rapidly rising population and changing lifestyles have increased the need for grains. If opportunity costs were taken into account, it would be clear that in most urban areas, households are paying far more for grains supply than the often - normal rates charged in rural areas. In the urban areas shopkeeper use electric weighing machine and in ruler areas shopkeeper use classical method of weighing rashan in which they do some malpractice so they can make their profit and customers loss. While considering in urban areas government rashan shop need 6 to 8 workers for giving rashan and in making online entries. Considering other facts like more rush in morning and evening which cause fatigue in workers and in afternoon too less people are there. Now a day’s vending machines are available and operated on only one coin but our aim is to design ‘Rashan vending machine’ which is operated on different coins. In India, there is problem of safe Rashan therefore we are going to provide proper amount of Rashan to everyone through this vending machine So that the people's will get Rashan on time and the government workers will not get the chance to do any malpractice and sudden rush of people in peak hours. To avoid these problems, this project titled “Rashan Vending Machine” is proposed to deliver the proper amount of Rashan to the public by using the sensors and microcontrollers based on the Mechatronics principles. It will be cheaper and more economic for the bulk production. Keywords:Rashan, electric weighing, Mechatronics principle
Title: Study of compressible flow using CFD
Guide Name:
Group members:
  1. Shashank Rai
  2. Vikas Gupta
  3. Dhruv Parekh
  4. Atharva Rane
Abstract: CFD has been instrumental in developing various technologies in the modern era, from helping in predicting the weather to shaping the aerodynamics of a rocket, high speed propellers, gas pipe flows. It is a highly multidisciplinary activity, in which empiricism, trial and error, and intuition are important CFD discretizes the differential conservation equation into algebraic equation over the geometrical domain and solves the algebraic equation to obtain the solution, for solving the algebraic equations there are multiple numerical schemes available, here we will be evaluating multiple numerical schemes formulated for compressible flow and incompressible flow, specifically to capture shock in flow and to evaluate the accuracy of schemes in capturing shocks and try to model numerical schemes that may bring better accuracy at optimal computational power. Keywords:CFD, COMPRESSIBLE FLOW.
Title: IMPLEMENTATION OF LEAN MANUFACTURING AT KD INDUSTRIES
Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
Group Members:
  1. SAURABH SOKHI
  2. RAHUL KHUTAL
  3. DIPESH KANOJIA
  4. AMANPREET SINGH WADHWA
Abstract: Lean manufacturing is one of the innovative manufacturing concepts being applied in many industries to avoid the wastage of resources and improve the quality of products helping industries become more effective and productive. It also focuses on continuous improvements with the total involvement of all employees with optimum utilization of manpower and machine by reducing idle time and reducing lead time with help of lean tools like value stream mapping and kaizen. This project aims at implementing lean manufacturing principles to improve economic structure and production quality of products at a small-scale industry namely KD Industries. Three lean manufacturing tools have been mainly emphasized during the course of the project. They are Time-Motion Analysis, Value Stream Mapping, and Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED). The plant layout was prepared illustrating all the machines and storage areas along with the route of the workpiece from initial to the final stage. The plant layout was then modified according to the latest demand of workpieces so as to reduce the handling and transportation time. For Time-Motion Analysis, the times of every process were precisely recorded multiple times and an average was taken down. After making suitable changes to the processes and handling of workpieces as well as replacement of a few machines, a new time for each process was estimated keeping errors and delays in compensation. A Value Stream Map was constructed displaying the non-value adding activities as well as the ratio between actual machining time and the total lead time for a product, thereby providing help to draw out flaws in the current process stream for swift movement of workflow. Single Minute Exchange of Dies was assisted in bringing down the changeover time under ten minutes. This was achieved by making most of the fittings externally and stopping the machine only when the die was assembled and ready to be replaced. The overall result was a considerable reduction in process time for a single product while keeping waste at its minimum.
Title: FRICTIONLESS VERTICAL AXIS WIND TURBINE USING MAGNETIC LEVITATION
Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
Group Members:
  • KADAM YOGESH
  • KULDEEP KUMAR MISHRILAL
  • JANGID KAMLESH BANWARILAL
  • SOLANKI KARTHIK
  • Abstract: This project dwells on the implementation of an alternate configuration of a wind turbine for power generation purposes. Using the effects of magnetic repulsion, spiral shaped wind turbine blades will be fitted on a rod for stability during rotation and suspended on magnets as a replacement for ball bearings which are normally used on conventional wind turbines. Power will then be generated with an axial flux generator, which incorporates the use of permanent magnets and a set of coils. Also here we adopt a change in blade design in order to analyze the advantage it could bring.
    Title: AUTOMATIC SEED SOWING MACHINE
    Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
    Group Members:
    1. BHOSALE SHREYAS
    2. PATEL JESAL
    3. THAKUR HARISH
    Abstract: In the farming process, often used conventional seeding operations takes more time and more labor. The seed feed rate is more but the time required for the total operation is more and the total cost is increased due to labor, hiring of equipment. The conventional seed sowing machine is less efficient, time consuming. Today’s era is marching towards the rapid growth of all sectors including the agricultural sector. To meet the future food demands, the farmers have to implement the new techniques which will not affect the soil texture but will increase the overall crop production. In the farming process, often used conventional seeding operations take more time and more labor. The seed feed rate is more but the time required for the total operation is also more and the total cost is increased due to labor, hiring of equipment. This machine reduces the efforts and total cost of sowing the seeds and fertilizer placement.
    Title: Design and Development of Automation Robot with Spraying Mechanism for Agricultural Applications
    Guide Name: Prof. Roshan Mishra
    Group Members:
    1. Saurav Tulsi Awatramani
    2. Ashish Devnarayan Yadav
    3. Manish Ramjee Yadav
    4. Mukesh Amarnath Yadav
    Abstract: This black book presents a technological solution to the current human health hazards involved in spraying of potentially toxic chemicals in the confined space of an atmosphere. This is achieved by the design and construction of an autonomous mobile robot for use in pest control and disease prevention applications in commercial Farm. The effectiveness of this platform is shown by the ability to successfully navigate itself down rows of a Farm, spray the pesticides effectively while the farmer controls it from a far distance. And this pesticide spraying system efficiently covers the plants evenly with spray in the set dosages. But some technical abilities along with technological assistance are required to achieve high output and excellent quality. The management of food crops includes very close surveillance, particularly with regard to the treatment of Illnesses, which will cause severe effects after harvest. The disease that causes agents in plants is mainly defined as any agent’s pathogens Most of these pathogenic agents signs are seen in the leaves, stems and branches of the crops. Consequently, the diagnosis of disease and the proportion of disease produced in crops is compulsory for effective and successful plant cultivation. use of permanent magnets and a set of coils. Also here we adopt a change in blade design in order to analyze the advantage it could bring. Keywords: Automation , Robot, Chemical spray
    Title: SUPERSONIC RETRO-PROPULSION CFD ANALYSIS
    Guide Name: Prof. Abhijit Samanta
    Group members:
    1. CHOUDHARY DINESH MANARAM
    2. GUPTA SHUBHAM SHIVPRASAD
    3. JAISWAL SHIVAM AJAY
    4. SHAIKH AJMAL ZIAALAM
    Abstract: The future of rocket reusability and space democratisation currently relies in the effective use of Supersonic Retropropulsion (SRP) to return rocket stages to Earth. This new form of Entry Descent Landing has the potential to help increase the allowable payload mass currently constraining many science instruments and operations. Additional benefits of this approach include potentially enhanced landing accuracy. This analysis makes a specific study of compressible flows applied to a spacecraft’s re-entry burn into Earth’s atmosphere. Due to SRP complex flow structure, an accurate study is performed by means of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Furthermore, the potential of the open source software OpenFOAM is tested and compared to the existing validation results from CFD and experimental SRP. Hence, the results of a CFD SRP simulation of a 60° sphere cone geometry, running a sweep of five different thrust values is performed. It has been found that OpenFOAM by means of its solver rhoCentralFoam is capable to simulate the physics involving SRP. With a very inexpensive grid, flow structures and pressure field are captured with marginal accuracy, however, to enhance and fully validate its use for SRP applications, further research has to be performed due to the significant inaccuracies.
    Title: DEVELOPMENT OF STIRLING ENGINE FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSE
    Guide Name: Prof.Abhijit Samanta
    Group members:
    1. TEJAS SATARDEKAR
    2. NAIK RAGHUNAT
    3. SAIKH SAMEER
    4. SINGH SURAJ
    Abstract: This project was carried out to with an objective to explore the practicality of power from a Stirling engine when its efficiency is been increased. This would include research, design and fabrication. The engine model would run on different sources of sufficient external heat to generate the desired motion. This was done to supplement and to provide affordable electricity to rural and marginalized parts. The rural areas where is a rough terrain and problem of electricity.With this end in sight, a thorough and comprehensive research was carried out on the working and configurations of Stirling engines. Research sources included the internet, engineering books on thermodynamics and engine machines as well consulting the project supervisor. In total, knowledge gathering took about six weeks. After it was decided that the Gamma configuration would best achieve the intended objective, sketches were made. This was then followed by the first design that was drawn up using the Solid works Software, that led to the second and later third (final) designs using the SIMENS software .After all the designs were approved by the project supervisor, an acquisition was made for funds and materials. This was then followed by fabrication, assembly and testing that span a period of 5 weeks. We tried to run the engine with fuel ethanol because of its peak flame temperature about 1,920 degree Celsius. Test results revealed that the assembled engine had air leaks that mostly emanated from the piston cylinder. The piston cylinder was the one of the importat part. The setback meant that the project needed more investment. Constrained by monetary resources, the project was concluded and further recommendations were done. From the theoretical analysis, the Stirling engine designed had and efficiency of about 7.7%. This was pointed out that there were energy losses, which were attributed to friction and the engine having some out-of-balance masses. To rectify this, it was proposed that a kinematic assessment of the engine be carried out to eliminate any out of balance masses. Upon completion of the project, it was recommended that more investment in the Stirling engine project needs to be made of a large scale model toEmerging economies such as India have turned to use of Stirling engines to provide electricity to the rural poor. In addition, developed economies such as the United States are taking advantage of this technology to generate electricity in ‘solar farms’ using large solar powered Stirling engines.
    Title: Plastic Recyclic Unit.
    Guide Name: Prof. VIKASH KUMAR AGRAWAL
    Group members:
    1. YOGESH MISHRA
    2. DHARVIND YADAV
    3. PREMCHAND YADAV
    4. SHARAD DUBEY
    Abstract: The project imitates the working of Plastic recycling unit.Since recycling of plastic is very important from the view of environmental as well as Economical , this project describes the making of plastic recycling unit which consist of three major components: cleaner shredder and melting machine . The machine successfully recycles most of the reusable plastics , even we can mix some single use plastic scraps as filler as per our requirement .The purpose of this project is to come out of traditional recycling process of plastic Which consumes more space and generates fumes and left with lots of our recycled plastics. Keywords:Thermoset plastic, Polycarbonate, PVA, PVC.
    Title: Rocker Mechanism.
    Guide Name: Prof. VIKASH KUMAR AGRAWAL
    Group members:
    1. SANDEEP YADAV
    2. AMIT SAHANI
    3. SONULAL KURMI
    4. ANUP RAI
    Abstract: The project rocker bogie mechanism rover deals with the important aspect of improving the rover from its previous designs. The geosurvey rover has to operate on rough and harsh environment for which it was designed but several factors restrict its operational capabilities so the focus of our research is to overcome restrictions or to decrease it to within An acceptable range for its smooth performance our research on the restrictions of restrictions of the rover conducted by our team focused focused mainly on the drive system and its drives Modules which were not efficient the linkage the overturning or tilt range of the rover and the Battery inefficiency from the other restrictions and problems that were obtained from the battery Inefficiency from the other restrictions and problems that were obtained from the literature review. Keywords: DC motor , Battery, Wheel.Thermoset plastic.
    Title: Production Planning improvement post pandemic.
    Guide Name: Prof. VIKASH KUMAR AGRAWAL
    Group members:
    1. Aashis Gupta
    2. Ankit Kundala
    3. Siddharth Kulshresth
    Abstract: Because of covid-19, all over the world faced a global pandemic which affected the industrial sector a lot. India was one of the most affected country in the whole world and it as somewhat predicted because of the lack of medical infrastructure and pollution. As the pandemic hit India, it affected all the sectors of the workforce. In this situation India’s steel sector was one of the most affected sector as it is one of the largest sector dependent on actual workforce then automation, and also the fact that maximum of then are 24/7 working plants and a slight delay can cause a lot of effects in production. We are onsidering Wire Rod Mill for this case study, where because of covid-19 there was a lack of staff, and before that there was a 12weeks complete shutdown in all the WRM plants. Our main goal in the study will be looking at all the factors which larger firms apply to keep their production running smooth and firm even if it increases their expense on materials and workforce a little bit, but in return deliver a lot more profit simply just by reducing the errors and failure rates. The main objective of conducting this case study is to take advantage of the precious time spend as an engineer in the plant growing our knowledge and giving a relevant feedback and thank you for the sector for providing us with so much knowledge and in a hope we could contribute to improving at any margin possible. First steps towards this is contacting various firms analyze all the aspects of production, picking up the basics and try to solve them without affecting the plant in a big manner to affect the expense by a lot. The slowly move on to bigger issue like Sudden failures, which is the biggest and most common issue faced by these firms in these particular plants. From this Project we hope we could contribute to the sector somethings which might help them improve their overall structure to improve production and recover from all the losses caused because of the pandemic as soon as possible with the most efficient ways possible. Keywords- Rod mill, failure rate, stress.
    Title: THERMOELECTRIC REFRIGERATION
    Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
    Group members:
    1. GUPTA RAJKUMAR SHAUKHLAL
    2. CHAUDHARY MANISH PUNARAM
    3. GUPTA PAWAN PREMCHAND
    4. GUPTA NIKHIL LOKNATH
    Abstract: Thermoelectric Devices are solid state devices which directly convert thermal energy to electrical energy. In the recent past, a lot of work has been made to improve the performance and also the power generated by a thermoelectric device. This is done by fixing heat sinks on either sides of the device. Optimizing heat sinks improves the overall efficiency. In this project, maximizing the cooling power of a TEC has be studied and its effect with respect to variations in the TE geometry has been discussed. 1D analytical model has been developed using a 3D model and the same has been numerically simulated using ANSYS whose setup used has been explained in details. At low leg length of the TEC’s, the cooling power can be improved but a lot of other parameters have to be taken into account to accurately model the system. The contact materials used to electrically connect the device and the resistance of the conductor play a very important role while calculating the cooling power at low leg lengths and hence cannot be neglected. Results show that cooling power of the TEC can be dramatically improved at low leg lengths and with better heat sink material.
    TITLE: Implementation Of Lean Manufacturing Principles To Improve Production Quality And Cost
    GUIDE NAME: Prof. Amol Jadhav
    GROUP MEMBERS:
    1. ASHUTOSH RANJANE
    2. SAHEJ S. SAWANT
    3. SAHIL P. TAWDE
    ABSTRACT: Lean manufacturing principle is one of the successful improvement concepts that have been applied to eliminate waste and non-value added activities that occur in many companies. Lean manufacturing has proven to be an effective strategy to increase productivity and cost competiveness in the manufacturing industry. Lean Manufacturing has to be implemented as part of our project ‘Implementation of Lean Manufacturing Principles to Improve Production Quality and Cost’ at Panetrical Engineers Private Limited to eliminate wastes, which has many forms. Material, time, idle equipment, and inventory are examples. Various lean management strategies and tools such as VSM, Time-Motion Analysis, Work Sampling, etc. are to be used to help in reducing the changeover times, creating flow in manufacturing, reducing capital investment and ultimately delivering a better value product to the customer. They are also to be used to eliminate various extraneous and intravenous factors affecting the smooth flow in manufacturing / production process. This project describes a study in developing a conceptual model to measure leanness in manufacturing industry. Thorough literature survey, books and report analysis contribute to the main preliminary analysis of this project. After reviewing the current processes and identifying all steps that were not value adding and based on the identified inefficiencies, this project aims at creating the ideal processes. The most common tools or techniques and their usefulness have been investigated. In this project, an attempt has been made to develop a lean route map via collection of technical papers for the organization to implement the lean manufacturing system. Keywords:VSM,lean manufacturing
    TITLE: Implementation of 5s methodology in the small scale industry
    GUIDE NAME: Prof. Amol Jadhav
    GROUP MEMBERS:
    1. Swapnil Patangrao
    2. Sachin Shirke
    3. Willis Rodrigues
    ABSTRACT: 5S is a basic foundation of Lean Manufacturing systems. It is a tool for cleaning, sorting, organizing and providing the necessary groundwork for workpiece improvement. This project dealt with the implementation of 5S methodology in the small scale industry. By following the 5S methodology. 5S is a systematic technique used by organizations comes from five Japanese words; Seiri (sort), Seiton (set in order), Seiso (shine), Seiketsu (standardize), and Shitsuke (sustain). This system helps to organize a workplace for efficiency and decrease wasting and optimize quality and productivity via monitoring an organized environment. It also provides useful visual evidences to obtain more firm results. There is a real need for empirical studies in field of new management systems and their impact on company‟s performance. As importance role of continuous improvement in today‟s organizations, and lack of sufficient evidence to show the positive impact of 5S on organizational performance, this project aims to determine performance factors and characteristics in S.S ENGINEERING WORKS. and identifying the effectiveness of 5S implementation on organizational performance as well.Keywords:5S,Small scale Industries
    TITLE: Multi-objective optimization of drilling parameters for drill bits.
    GUIDE NAME: Prof. Amol Jadhav
    GROUP MEMBERS:
    1. Nitesh Dhawadekar
    2. Hrishikesh Hande
    3. Apurva Pednekar
    4. Sanika Pednekar
    ABSTRACT: The analysis is aimed at prediction and evaluation of delamination factor in use of twist drill, candle stick drill and saw drill. The approach is based on Taguchi’s method and the analysis of variance (ANOVA). Composite material like carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) laminate is taken into consideration for drilling. The input parameters like spindle speed, feed rate, angle of drilling is changed according to level of operation and for output; a delamination factor is observed. Keywords: CFRP,ANOVA
    Title: Dual Axis Split Spoiler
    Guide Name: PROF. ADITYA R. PRABHUKHOT
    Group Members:
    1. Siddharth Singh
    2. Prathamesh J
    3. Priyank Solanki
    4. Akilesh Salian
    Abstract: The main intention of this project is to increase the downward force and improving the stability of the car with the help of active spoiler which will be running at an average speed of 60 kmph and above. The front wing is a vital component as it first comes in contact to the air. Entire aerodynamic performance of the gokart can be changed by installation of an active spoiler. Through 3D printing of a scaled down model and testing it in a wind tunnel we try and compare the CFD results with the wind tunnel results. The ‘drag’ and ‘downforce’ are the two main forces governing the efficiency of a road vehicle. They influence the top straight line speed and cornering speed significantly. This in turn influences the performance of the Go-kart. The purpose of this research is to achieve proper utilization of aerodynamic forces acting on the gokart body for better stability and greater fuel efficiency by carrying out experiments on the 3D printed model and wind tunnel testing by varying the angle of the front spoiler and also to compare the CFD results with the wind tunnel results. This research will help in contributing towards a much more stable vehicle for the modern world.
    Title: DESIGN AND ANAYSLIS OF AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS
    Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
    Group members:
    1. Urvesh Ketan Mistry
    2. Chirag Rajendra Oza
    3. Parag Amrutbhai Patel
    4. Shubham Bharatbhai Patel
    Abstract: Automotive chassis is an important part of an automobile. The chassis serves as a frame work for supporting the body and different parts of the automobile like the engine, transmission shaft, body. Also, it should be rigid enough to withstand the shock, twist, vibration and other stresses. Along with strength, an important consideration in chassis design is to have adequate bending stiffness for better handling characteristics. So, maximum stress, maximum equilateral stress and deflection are important criteria for the design of the chassis. Heavy vehicle chassis has longitudinal rails which are connected along the length with cross members through welding or mechanical fasteners. Different sections of chassis are chosen for the longitudinal rails of ladder chassis and results are compared to see which one is more reliable. Adding of the cross-member and ribs are few of the techniques used to provide strength to chassis. In the present work, the heavy vehicle chassis is considered for the structural analysis of the three different cross-sections, Namely C, I, and Hollow Rectangular (Rectangular Box (hollow)) type cross sections subjected to the same conditions. A three dimensional solid Modelled in the CAE software in SOLIDWORKS and analysed in ANSYS 19.3. The numerical results are validated with analytical calculation considering the stress distribution and deformation.
    Title: Airplane UAV
    Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
    Group members:
    1. Kandpal Sachin Jagdish
    2. Kushwaha Vinod Ramkaransingh
    3. Nalawade Kalpesh Vilas
    4. Pal Nikhil Rajmani
    Abstract: The ever fast growing information technology is enabling a re-definition of the early stages of aircraft design which has been restricted to mostly statistical and empirical approaches because of lengthy and costly simulation times .The paper basically deals with designing a radio controlled aircraft by considering various parameters such as aspect ratio, taper ratio, power loading etc. according to the requirements. It also deals with the type of wing and airfoil to choose from a vast variety of airfoils. During design, electronic components are to be considered and number of channels to be used is taken into account.Based on the above parameters a 3-D cad model of our aircraft is designed. After designing the aircraft fabrication is one of the important factors to be considered. Fabrication mainly depends on the type of material employed in manufacturing the aircraft by considering the availability, cost, durability, strength and how easily it can be mould into required shape. Fabrication process also involves the various techniques that were adopted in order to manufacture the aircraft. In basic analysis, the main focus is on how various parameters such as lift, drag, co-efficient of lift v/s angle of attack etc. behave on the wing. Using 3-D cad model of the aircraft simulation is done and corrected for errors if any. Finally our own prototype manufactured is displayed and tested practically.
    Title: WIRE ROPE ROAD BARRIER
    Guide Name: Prof. Abhijeet Rane
    Group members:
    1. Santosh P. Naik
    2. Rahul D. Yadav
    3. Kalpesh B. Patil
    4. Deepak S. Tripathi
    Abstract: This project aims at using alternative solution for road barrier using Wire Rope. Increase life of the barriers with different road condition and weather, for road side barrier to avoid accidents and saves human life. Run-off road vehicle accidents are a major cause of loss and causality on Indian roads, with errant vehicle incidents often leading to potentially serious injury or death for both the vehicle user and other road users. The potential for harm is significantly increased along road work zones, where the narrow separation between work area and roadway greatly increase the risk for workers. Road safety barriers are commonly used to safely control and redirect errant vehicles, providing protection for all road users. New international and national standards are signalling a change in the assessment of the performance of these barriers, with the safe redirection of the errant vehicle strictly defined and required. The capability and performance of road safety barriers has traditionally been assessed experimentally in full-scale, vehicle crash tests. These tests require a vehicle to impact a large number of barriers, with the response of the vehicle being used to assess the performance of the barrier. As these full-scale tests are considerably expensive and resource intensive, the tests are rendered unsuitable for the assessment of a barrier in its early stages of development.
    Title: To step up Tamprint 60
    Guide Name: Dr. S. Ram Reddy
    Group members:
    1. Veet Madhani
    2. Mihir Kolwankar
    3. Manali Kadulkar
    4. Ryan George Abraham
    Abstract: Tamprint 60 can print characters on any empty capsules, filled capsules and tablets in any size and shape like round, ovals, and triangular, hexagonal tablets. Feed disc are available in any size in order to obtain most efficient production. It is compact in structure and easy to operate.This fully automatic machine is able to obtain the highest efficient production. Our range of Tablets and Capsule Printing Machines that finds its application in small manufacturing units, research and development laboratories and hospitals pharmacies. The machine is high on performance, low in maintenance and power consumption and ensures less wastage of resources.Tamprint 60 is a user-friendly hard capsule printer, soft capsule printer, tablets, pills and lentil printer. With our flood feeding system were able to ensure you get the highest output in a small amount of time.The Tamprint 60 will print any type of product. This machine will do standard liner printing on one side of the product. The Tamprint 60 is simple to set up and changeover. The secret is the 109 snap-in carrier links that make these links easy to be installed or removed within 3 minutes without the use of tools. Full set up with design rolls, ink, and rubber rolls can be accomplished within 30 minutes.
    Title: Electromechanical robot for liquid pipe inspection
    Guide Name: Prof. Amarnath D Landge
    Group members:
    1. MHATRE OMKAR RAJESH
    2. TARALKAR MANSI ASHOK
    3. WAGHELA RASHMI BHARAT
    4. WAIKAR CHIRAG CHANDRAKANT
    Abstract: Almost since the dawn of the mechanical industry, man has somewhat unconsciously created environments in which access has been constrained primarily due to the risk posed due to space constraints. An ideal solution to some of these difficulties is provided by robotic systems, removing the need for humans to access such places. However, each of these requirements is often unrelated in terms of the specifications of a given robot and the detailed characteristics of a given harsh environment can create significant challenges even for the most robust of platforms. In the past five years, researchers have improvised the existing in-pipe inspection robots by developing and combining two or more propulsion mechanism in achieving robust but yet flexible robot platform. In this paper, several existing robots have been reviewed by introducing the concept of in-pipe inspection using rover on which camera is mounted for visual inspection. The robot is specifically designed for inspection of inner surface of sewage pipelines. A pipe inspection robot is device that is inserted into pipes to check for obstruction or damage. These robots are traditionally manufactured offshore, are extremely expensive, and are often not adequately supported in the event or malfunction. This had resulted in associated environmental services limited. This project was conceived to redesign the electronics control systems one of these PIR, utilizing the existing mechanical platform. Requirements for the robot were that it must operate reliably in confined, dark and wet environments and provides a human wear with a digital video feed of the internal status of the pipes. There robot should as much as possibly incorporate off the shaft components, cheap, and potentially onsite repair. There are various designs available in the case of an inline-pipe inspection robot. This project aims at preparing a new design along with its fabrication process. This project details the redesign and constructions of such robots. It employees there electronic boards integrated with mechanical components and provides video feedback via custom graphical interface although at the prototypes state the electronics has been successful with cost of less than a length of the original robot purchase prize. Our model is a wireless flexible pipe inspection robot which is capable to pass through a pipe with diameter in range of 400-500 millimetre. We can detect various defects such as cracks, corrosion, buckles, etc Keywords: In-Pipe Inspection Robotic system, Electro Mechanical system, Rover, Visual Inspection, Sewage Pipelines, Digital video.
    Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTROMECHANICAL ANTI-RIOT MODULAR SYSTEM
    Guide Name: Prof. Amarnath D Landge
    Group members:
    1. YADAV PRAVINKUMAR SAMARJEET
    2. RAUT PRANIT MAHENDRA
    3. SHAIKH MOHAMMED AZAM MOHAMMED YUSUF
    4. HULE TEJAL VASANT
    Abstract: It is said that the citizen’s right to protest is the pillar of Indian democracy. While citizens are allowed to assemble peacefully, however, sometimes the protests and demonstrations take violent turns; some examples are Delhi Riots (23 Feb 2020-1 March 2020), 2017 Northern India riots (25 Aug, 2017), 2017 Baduria riots (2 July, 2017). Thousands were killed and thousands were wounded. There were many security personnel who were killed in all these riot conditions. It takes a lot of national resources to train and build such security forces. These deaths could be minimized or avoided with the help of and better combination of all present resources like traffic police, road surveillance, police force and converting the available system into more flexible and modular systems. By controlling the riot we can minimize million dollars damages of the nation properties. India is characterised by number of religious, ethnic, language and caste divisions due to which forces always confronted regularly with large scale protests, riots and incidents of mass civil disorder. To control these things there are many systems which used by Indian forces but these are of mostly conventional types systems. We can increase the effectiveness by integrating the simple but most advanced modularity concept in the current systems. There the electromechanical anti-riot modular system was designed and developed. The electromechanical anti-riot modular system utilises the basic concepts of the Modularity. In the present system which we have designed as a prototype for demonstration of the technology and functionality, we have combined the concept of modularity, automotive industry and defence industry technology. This system comprises of various modules viz. wheel, barrier, support structure, water cannon, chilly thrower, power train and steering. Due to the most demanded modularity concept the designed systems are flexible, future proof, easy to maintain, easy to assemble and dissemble, less time required to get ready the whole system and no broke down situations. This system has been designed to provide self-protection to security personnel while any riot situations while pushing away the riot uncontrolled crowds with the help of on-board barrier, water cannon or other mechanism. This system can be utilized for other defence tasks also. These all on board system can be controlled remotely far from riot places to ensure better safety. Other surveillance system can be used for better handling and live information. Keywords: Riots, Modular system, Modularity, Automotive Industry, Defence Industry, Flexible, Future proof, Riots, Better security.
    Title: Cyclic Activated Sludge Technology: C-Tech state of the art
    Guide Name: Prof. Roshan Mishra
    Group members:
    1. Rohit Verma
    2. Sabino Coutinho
    Abstract: Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater, including household sewage and runoff effluent .It includes physical, chemical and biological processes to remove physical, chemical and biological contaminants. Its objective is to produce an environment safe fluid waste stream or treated effluent and a solid waste or treated sludge suitable for disposal and reuse.We need to remove sewage pollutants to protect the environment and public health .For ex. Organic matter can cause oxygen depletion in lakes, rivers, and streams. This biological decomposition of organism could result in killing of fishes and foul odors. The objective of this treatment is to prevent pollution of receiving water, to prevent offensive odor in water, to prevent the destruction of aquatic life, to remove color to kill pathogenic organism. To make the disposal of sewage on land easier and free from nuisance.Sewage has to be removed as soon as possible if not removed it may cause insanitary conditions. So to avoid this we have designed a sewage treatment plant in residential buildings. As the treated sewage will be reused again for the residential building. That sewage would be reused for external use such as gardening, flushing the tank of toilets etc. and many more purpose that would be to save water in the whole planet and thus it is environment friendly. Keywords:Filling,Aeration ,Settling ,Decanting
    Title: ANALYSIS OF FRESNEL LENS SOLAR CONCENTRATOR
    Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
    Group members:
    1. VRUSHALI KAMBLI
    2. OWAIS SHAIKH
    3. PRANALI BEDRE
    4. RAHUL RANE
    Abstract: In this paper, we are doing study on solar concentrator using Fresnel lens and we will be calculating and analysing different parameters of proposed solar concentrator. By recent studies we got a result that Fresnel lens has more optical efficiency than any other lens. So we are building a solar concentrator model using Fresnel lens. This solar concentrator model may have many advantages of high efficiency, good tracking. Both the theoretical and simulation and experimental values have shown that Fresnel lens concentrator has high concentrating ability. We are calculating declination angle, angle of refraction, maximum temperature attained at the object, heat flux, and angle of incidence of beam radiation. Both the theoretical and simulation and experimental results reveal that the proposed concentrator has a relatively high solar concentrating uniformity. The results show that the high geometric concentrating ratio and ground utilization ratio both increases with the solar panel installing height increased.
    Title: SELF-CHARGING E-BIKE
    Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
    Group members:
    1. AQIB I. DADAN
    2. JAI S. NARANG
    3. DHEER S. DALAL
    4. DHRUV C. CHUDASAMA
    Abstract: Mobility(transportation) is an integral part of today’s fast-moving life. For human beings, travelling has become vital in order to sustain. Petroleum (petrol, diesel) based automobiles have significantly increased since their developments. They are economical, readily available, and are convenient to use. But they are non-renewable resources which are depleting rapidly, and they cause environmental problems during internal combustion due to emissions of Carbon Dioxide. Hence, these problems cannot be overlooked for its advantages. Therefore, a significant shift from these conventional resources to more environment-friendly resources is necessary and is of utmost importance in mobility. Due to these alarming situations, development in Science and Technology and increased awareness among the masses regarding the environment, various alternative fuels have been developed that can be used in bikes and cars. Ethanol, Natural Gas, Hydrogen, Biodiesel, Electricity, etc. are some of the alternative fuels that have been developed. But all these alternative fuels have some shortcomings like high cost, emission of methane (a greenhouse gas) during the production of ethanol or natural gas, etc. But when it comes to mobility, electric powered vehicles are still the best alternatives available. They are pollution free and cost effective as compared to petroleum-based vehicles. But one of the shortcomings in using electric powered vehicles is the distance that it can travel in a single charge. Therefore, it becomes necessary to increase the distance that a vehicle can travel in a single charge. This can be done by using a battery with more voltage, but this will increase the weight of the vehicle as well as the cost. Therefore, this limits the use of electric vehicles in developing nations like India due to lesser availability of charging stations. Thus, in our proposed project, we intend to increase the distance a two-wheeler can travel in a single charge without significantly increasing the load on the vehicle.
    Title: REGRINDING FIXTURE ASSEMBLY
    Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
    Group Members:
    1. THAKUR RISHABH HEMANT
    2. MISHRA ANIRUDDHA RAMSAHAY
    3. GUPTA SUMIT KUMAR PYARELAL
    Abstract: In the world of advancement of technology we are having various growth in machining processes, while there is various research and development on design of machinery and finding good composite materials for Tools which are used in “FACING, GRINDING, TURNING, GROOVING, SLOTTING”, in this revolution of technology everything was growing, except the tool regrinding ideology, by ideology the tools were only getting re grinded by professionals, students and newcomers were incapable of regrinding the tools as the safety of getting their hand get burnt off with abrasion would increase the chance of getting injured in this process, as there was no inexpensive methods introduced, methods and components just specifically for Regrinding the tool, 90% of the tools regrinding was done by professionals with an adequate background from machine shop skills, with the fixture we have designed were capable of holding tools in different angles and different axis, this would reduce the time of the professional Machinist that would be either used in some other work, because after introducing this regrinding fixture everyone would be capable of regrinding the tools accordingly without wasting time and without any knowledge of angles needed for Grinding, we have two tool holders which are rigid, one is in X- Axis, while the other one is in Y-Axis, in these separately we have different slots provided which carry out the job of providing the required angle.In this project has a block plate which has the 2 tool holders in different axis, as well as a base plate which can actually help the block plate for setting the correct length of the tool for the required shape, when the length of the tool is adjusted precisely we would clamp to block plate which was now sliding over to the base plate, and so the required task will be completed, we could create the baseplate and block plate from CNC machine as machine the block plate would not be possible on a Lathe machine and tool holder’s also is created on lathe machine, all the components are very productive when set in a environment which expects very time saving and money saving while you could actually use the tool until it gets worn out completely, because even for a professional Machinist the job of regrinding a tool will be tough when it keeps getting worn out, this will result in complete focus on the work and get the Task completed in the Factory.
    Title: SOLAR POWER TOWER
    Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
    Group Members:
    1. Nikhil Ghadi
    2. Dhawal Patil
    3. Bhavesh Kendu
    4. Rishabh Rane
    Abstract: Global climate change has resulted in hunting for non-conventional energy sources in place of conventional fossil fuel-based energy sources. As per the Indian context and with the government favoring the use of renewable energy. As of October 2019, of the 175 GW interim target, 83 GW is already operational, 29 is under installation, 30 GW is under bidding, and remaining 43 GW is under planning 175 GW interim target is 100 GW of solar, 60 GW of wind, 10 GW of biomass and 5 GW of small hydro. As of 2019, 35% total power production comes from renewable energy, 13% or 45.399 GW of the total from all sources comes from large hydro projects, 10% or 36,686.82 GW of the total from all sources from wind power which is fourth-largest in the world, 8% or 9.1 GW of total power from all sources from Biomass power from biomass combustion, biomass gasification and bagasse cogeneration the growth has increased. The objective of our project is to fully utilize the solar energy with the help of solar panels in such a way that the efficiency of the solar panel will be more than that of the normal conditions. Where the solar panels are mounted either flat or at a specific fixed angle, we achieve this by mounting a mirror array perpendicular or at some angle to the sun rays. These sun rays are then incident on the solar panels. It is done in such a way that each solar cell is lit up or gets the reflected sun rays which gives us more intensity than that of the normal conditions. With the help of this we can achieve more output from the solar panel. We also compared it to a normal condition where the output is maximum at a specific time period on a day that is when the solar rays are perfectly perpendicular to the solar panel. We can arrange these solar panels in two layouts like a parallel layout and series layout. When we arrange the solar panels in a parallel layout, we get the same voltage output as the voltage of the panels and the ampere of the panels will get added, that is we get increased ampere. And when we arrange the solar panels in series the output voltage of the panel gets added and the ampere of the panels stays the same. And as we reflect the sun rays from the mirror array to the solar panel cells, until its entire cell gets sufficient sun rays, the amount of energy or electricity produced is increased and it requires less time to give the desired output.
    Title: FABRICATION OF HEATER PLUS COOLER USING PELTIER”.
    Guide Name: PROF. VIKASH KUMAR AGRAWAL
    Group Members:
    1. CHAUDHARY MAHENDRA DUDARAM
    2. DHANAWADE MEHUL BHIKU
    3. KOTA TANMAY RAJESH
    Abstract: Mechanical Engineering without production and manufacturing is meaningless. Production and manufacturing process deals with conversion of raw materials inputs to finished products as per required dimensions,specification and efficiently using recent technology. The new developments and requirements inspired us to think of new improvements in the air conditioning Engineering field. In our project, solar power is captured and stored in a battery. This power is used to run the air cooler whenever required.The main motto behind this project is to fabricate economic and power efficient heater and cooler model that can be affordable to all range of people .can be easily applied in small scale to large scale industries .So based on photo-voltaic or solar modules, which are very reliable and do not require any fuel. Our objective is to design and develop a system namely “FABRICATION OF HEATER PLUS COOLER USING PELTIER”.
    Title: SEGWAY WITH FORGLIFT.
    Guide Name: PROF. VIKASH KUMAR AGRAWAL
    Group Members:
    1. ARSHAD SAINI
    2. NIRAV PUJARI
    3. NITESH DUBE
    4. CHETAN PATIL
    Abstract: An electric personal transport is a vehicle which can carry persons from one place to another there are many kind of personal transporter and in that one type is stand up transportation vehicles these are used for traveling short distances so as to reach the destination in no time these vehicles are light in weight and some are so compact that they can be carried along the way. The Segway was a revolutionary new way of moving people around. Consisting of a standing platform between two coaxial wheels with handlebars protruding up from it, its stability seems an impossible feat. Due to a very robust and responsive control system coupled with various sensors and actuators, the Segway is almost impossible to falloff but in India cost plays a major role and Segway costs around 4 to 6 lacks, because of its highly efficient electronic components, so here comes the need of a cost effective personal transporter. So to replace the electronic components we have implemented the third wheel and differential to steer the transporter.
    Title: WORK STUDY and COMPLETE JOB ANALYSIS ALONG WITH CNC MACHINING and IT’S ASSOCIATED TOOLINGS
    Guide Name: PROF. Amol Jadhav
    Group Members:
    1. Khan Arshad
    2. Ajaykumar Yadav
    3. Sanoj Yadav
    4. Sonukumar Maurya
    Abstract: Productivity increase by means of work study in a manufacturing industry is the area of interest in numerous types of tool and productivity of industry. In essence our project deals with small scale manufacturing industry. this concerned company in the project manufactures and supplies stainless steel product. The live project applied work study method to improve the rectifying in the industry in addition to ascertaining and rectifying problems associated with the production process. The employment of such techniques improved production by reducing production time and processes involved, as well as an increase in production rate. Keywords:CNC Machine,toolings
    Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOLAR POWERED CROP REAPER
    Guide Name: PROF. Amol Jadhav
    Group Members:
    1. Ankit Dhedhi
    2. Aakash Dubey
    3. Omkar Prajapati
    4. Chetan Salunkhe
    Abstract: Harvesting of crop is one of the important agricultural operations which demand considerable amount of labor. The availability and cost of labor during harvesting season are the serious problem. The shortage of labor during harvesting season and vagaries of the weather causes great losses to the farmers. It is therefore, essential to adopt the mechanical methods so that the timeliness in harvesting operation could be ensured. The use of mechanical harvesting device has been increased in the recent years. But, these means especially combine, are very costly making it un-affordable to most of the small farmers. Although, some manual operated reapers were developed. But, due to limited applications and use of conventional power resources none of them become popular as the power available for cutting and conveying of the crop as well as was transportation of the machine not sufficient. Therefore, solar powered crop reaper was designed and developed, in which the cutting and conveying was done mechanically by means of electric power and transportation by means of conveyor mechanism. The solar powered reaper include the battery, DC motor, solar panel, crop row dividers, star wheel, standard rotary cutter of dia. 12inch and no. of teeth 40, conveyor mechanism and gear box. According to the calculation, the developed reaper was evaluated in wheat field by varying forward speed, and cutter bar speed. The reaper was able to cut three rows at a time placed 25 cm apart. Keywords:Battery, DC motor, solar panel, conveyor mechanism, star wheel, rotary cutter
    Title: Design and Testing of Active Front Split Spoiler for Go-kart
    Guide Name: PROF. ADITYA R. PRABHUKHOT
    Group Members:
    1. Ankit Dave
    2. Aasimuddin Shaikh
    3. Abhishek Katta
    Abstract: The purpose of this research is to achieve highest fuel efficiency and maximum stability of a Go-Kart with an Aerodynamic Bodyworks. The significant methods involve - the designing and testing of active split spoiler on Solidworks and Ansys; with usage of Active Split Spoilers as a body on Go-Kart. Through variation in angle of the split spoiler, while reducing the vibrations on the vehicle and to decrease the braking time with the help of active spoiler. This research contributes to the efficiency and stability of a Go-Kart in the racing world and an attempt in making an Aerodynamic body of Go-Kart.
    Title: COST ANALYSIS OF WASTE GENERATED IN MUMBAI METROPOLITAN REGION
    Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
    Group members:
    1. Ashish Anand Singh
    2. Krishnakant Brijesh Singh
    3. Manikant Rajnath Yadav
    4. Shivkumar Chandrabhushan Yadav
    Abstract: Mumbai generates 6256 tonnes of waste every day, of which 17 percent is recyclable, but only a fraction of this is retrieved by rag-pickers. The economic value of the retrieved material is not considered by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai in valuing the waste management system as there is no retrieval mechanism except the informal rag-picking activity. Moreover, the cost of land used for the dumping of wastc is also not accounted for. In the present paper, a comprehensive cost—benefit analysis for the present system of municipal solid waste management in Mumbai is carried out, with due consideration for implicit or hidden costs and benefits. Accounting for the implicit costs and benefits showed a difference of $6 per every tonne of waste disposal. This could show a considerable difference in policy development at the municipality level. Demand supply analysis proved that the present system of waste management would not yield a feasible market solution without private sector contribution. With the increasing demand for improved waste management, private sector participation is essential and paying tax is a necessary tool to make the private sector participation in solid waste management a success.Working on these management issues of increasing cost and reducing it is the main purpose.
    Title: Surface Detection and Classification Using Convolution Neural Network
    Guide Name: Mr Vijay Apparao Kapare
    Group members:
    1. Shagufa Shaikh
    2. Shadab Ansari
    3. Haris Ansari
    Abstract: This paper presents a method to solve the coordinate of circle center about a particular component and metal surface hole by some experience information, which is based on the projection values of three views in order to determine the distribution of holes. Experiment shows that the method not only reduces the collection angles and the cost, which satisfies the problem of detection in practical application, but also guarantees the accuracy of the positional, Concentricity, cylindricity, accuracy information of the internal hole will be show. The Convolution Neural Network We proposed a solution by detecting hole on surfaces .the main objective of this work is to develop a system that can detect hole from thermal images. For this, a deep learning-based approach has been used. A convolution neural network (CNN)-based model has been designed that takes as input- thermal images of holes. The purpose of convolution is to extract features from the input image. Convolution will produce a linear transformation of Input data according to spatial information on the data. The weight on that layer specifies the convolution kernel used so that the convolution kernel can be trained based on Input on CNN.this simulation will be carried on matlab simulation where feature extraction of metal hole and classification result will be show in term of accuracy ,precision ,sensitivity ,specificity. Key words:SIFT, CNN, Hole, SURF
    Title: USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLEGENCE IN MECANICAL MEASUREMENT SYSTEM.
    Guide Name: Mr. Vijay Apparao kapare
    Group members:
    1. SURAJ NAIR
    2. VIVIAN GOMES
    Abstract: Finding errors is the basis or most important work in the production of automatic parts, especially precision parts used in automotive engines. In this article, we made a new proposal to combine relevant information on functional processing with the representational function of deep learning to build a deep-rooted network. Our algorithm includes a deep neural network (DNN) or feature enhancement network divided by pixels. A very complex DNN is proposed to learn the basic properties of part errors. Then, several typical traditional methods used to split the results are converted to complex methods and integrated. We summarize these methods in low networks with fixed weights and empirical thresholds. These thresholds are then released to improve their adaptability and enable end-to-end training. The test results on different datasets show that the method has good portability and is superior to the latest algorithm. Because the contrast of the image is low, it is difficult to detect dents on the hot-rolled steel plate. A periodic defect detection method based on artificial neural network (CNN) and long-term memory (LSTM) is proposed to detect such defects based on the strong temporal properties of periodic defects. Keywords:Defect detection, fully convolution ANN, Steel Sheet, SURF.SIFT
    Title: Design and analysis of the Pressure vessel Stiffening rings for Vacuum Pressure.
    Guide Name: Mr. Vijay Apparao kapare
    Group members:
    1. Mr. Ketan Singh
    2. Mr. Harshil Parmar
    3. Mr. Saurabh Singh
    4. Mr. Ragavendra Singh
    Abstract: The pressure vessel in an integral part of types of industries such as Petroleum, Oil and Gas, Refinery, Chemical and Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical and Power plants. These works based on the basis of Operating conditions such as Temperature and Pressure, with MOC been selected based on types of fluids been handled. As the operating conditions are so critical; special care must be taken while designing and fabrication. In most of the Cases these guidelines are provided by various Codes and Standards recommended by the end user, and all those must be followed. The pressure vessel which is designed and analyzed in this case is working under External pressure or Vacuum pressure. This pressure vessel is handling Ethoxylates which is highly flammable in nature. This gas is an output of the process Ethoxylation process; where Fatty alcohol and Ethylene Oxide been mixed to form Alcohol Ethoxylate, which are used as surfactant (e.g. octaethylene glycol monododecyl ether). The pressure vessel been provided with Stiffening rings to have a safeguard against the External pressure and in order to avoid buckling of Pressure vessel. The pressure vessel has been designed and analyzed using PV-elite and Ansys software respectively. Keywords: ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), FEA (Finite Element Analysis), MOC (Material of Construction).
    Title: IRE ROPE ROAD BARRIER
    Guide Name: Prof. Dhiraj Singh
    Group members:
    1. Santosh P.Naik
    2. Rahul D.Yadav
    3. Kalpesh B. Patil
    4. Deepak S.Tripathi
    Abstract: Cable or wire rope barrier was being used in the 1940s and maybe earlier for vehicle containment. Through the years the designs have changed, but engineers continue to see cable barrier as an inexpensive barrier for use in some roadside applications. Recently, cable or wire rope has gained popularity as a median barrier for the prevention of cross-median accidents. Cross-median accidents are typically violent collisions with a high probability of multiple serious injuries and deaths.Thus,thedesign trend is gravitating toward providing positive vehicle containment in wider medians for which barriers have not historically been warranted. Wire rope often provides a cost-effective solution for this design scenario. Field experience with cable or wire rope barriers has identified areas for design improvement. It is desirable that cables remain taut to improve interaction with the vehicle, reduce dynamic deflections, and minimize maintenance. Additionally, reduced design deflections result in more potential application sites. Recent research demonstrates that such improvements are practical and cost-effective. Besides the initial tension in the wire ropes, other factors that can have a significant influence on dynamic deflections include post spacing and horizontal curvature. Computer simulations with cable barriers with various post spacings and horizontal curvatures were used to develop guidelines for expected design deflections. Finally, full-scale crash tests were completed with a new, cost-effective cable terminal system, and a brief review of the design and crash test results is included. Besides the initial tension in the wire ropes, other factors that can have a significant influence on dynamic deflections include post spacing and horizontal curvature. Computer simulations on cable barriers with varying post spacing and horizontal curvatures were used to develop guidelines for expected design deflections. Finally, full-scale crash tests have been completed on a new, cost-effective cable terminal system, and a brief review of the design and crash test results are included.
    Title: Pneumatic TMT Rod Bending Machine
    Guide Name: Prof. Dhiraj Singh
    Group members:
    1. Kiran Kanchan
    2. Henil Panchal
    3. Shraddha Poojari
    4. Ankita Singh
    Abstract: Nowadays each and every steady effort is reduced by using a machine but this is still not achieved in few areas, such as construction. In construction work, uses of machines for bending rods are not done so easily because the cost of the machine is high and only high scale can afford. They also need skilled labours to operate it and a large amount of force by humans to bend the rod. The main aim for working on this project is to implement and introduce the pneumatic rod bending machine in the construction sites which will cost less as compared to the existing bending machines and it will also help in increasing the productivity and lower the force required to bend. Also precise bending can be done by using Rod bending machine to obtain accurate angles, as per requirement which cannot be easily achieved by manual bending. The components and the materials required for the project was obtained easily. The first problem faced was to find the appropriate research paper related to our topic. While constructing the pneumatic TMT rod bending machine, the problem we faced was about the dimension that what will be appropriate dimension to work on. The next challenge was the selection of the material as we have to be sure with all the properties aspects of the material. After all the analysis and error which we faced and cleared. At last we came on the conclusion of which material would be best. Manufacturing process was difficult, in which checking of all materials, products and component have to be done on various stages. The main aim was to reduced the manual efforts of the operator, by using bending machine which also saves time as compared to manual effort doing, and this directly increases the productivity. Hence, while performing the project we achieved to make it by reducing the cost required for the project and minimize the human efforts for less physical exertion of the operator. We also conclude that the pneumatic bending machine costs less then that of hydraulic bending machine.
    Title: Design and Analysis of Suspension SystemDesign and Analysis of Suspension System
    Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
    Group members:
    1. Amit Chandrabali Patel
    2. MD. Muztafa Siddiqui
    3. Akash Manoj Singh
    4. Arvind Baichan Singh
    Abstract: In Automobile industry Suspension is the most vital Sub-System. Its main function is load transfer to the wheels and protection of driver from road shocks. The purpose of this project is to select suitable Suspension System for vehicle (i.e. Double Wishbone Suspension System) and thereafter Design, Analyze, Simulate and test the suspension system for optimum performance of the vehicle, driver safety and comfort. In this report we will present in detail about the Design procedure of the Double Wishbone A-arm. From load and shock point of view we will increase the cross-sectional area of front lower arm so that it can take up to more load and also reducing the length of the arm as per our requirement to further decrease the moment created by the forces and to increase the safety factor, we will make the upper arm from hollow to solid (optional). The springs are the important factor in any Suspension System for absorbing shocks. So, we will design it on Solidworks Software on basis of calculations done. Materials are to be considered as the backbone of any design so we will select suitable lighter weight Alloy so that the component should not be heavy. Both Kinematic and Dynamic analysis of the designed Suspension System is performed. The stability of vehicle is given importance and the system was designed durable enough to withstand shocks from harsh terrain. The Camber, Caster and Toe angle are also considered in designed process. The components are to be designed on Solidworks software and analyze on Ansys Workbench and Ansys Fluent Software. The results will be viewed by hand calculations like Finite Element Analysis and other numerical method. Double Wishbone Suspension System has vast application. Companies like Honda Motors and Mahindra and Mahindra have manufacture cars using this suspension system. Keywords:ANSYS, Stress Analysis, Pick and Place Robot
    Title: WORM AND WORM GEARS ANALYSIS USING ANSYS
    Guide Name: MANISH RANE
    Group members:
    1. Gyanendra Yadav
    2. Rohit Singh
    3. Shirodkar Omkar
    4. Hardik Fumakiya
    Abstract: The design of worm and worm wheel is a very important aspect in manufacturing industries involving press mills, punching machines, etc. Due to higher surface area of contact frictional losses are very high and optimisation of current design is still challenging. Thus current work focuses on reducing frictional losses and in turn increasing the life of gears. The tool ANSYS is used in this for stress analysis, optimizing which will help in reducing the friction as well. Keywords-ANSYS, Stress Analysis, worm and worm wheel
    Title: Study Of Characteristics Of Fluid flowOver An Aerofoil
    Guide Name: MANISH RANE
    Group members:
    1. Vikas Varma
    2. Rohit Dubey
    3. Sangeshkumar Prajapati
    4. Narayan Gupta
    Abstract: The study of aerofoil plays a vital role in analysis of aircrafts, impellers and various turbines. The drag and lift generated depends on application and based on that aerofoil is chosen. Here focus is on analysis of different aerofoils for different angles of attack using different simulation tools.The widely used FLUENT software is used for primary analysis and the same is done using free source software. The validation for both will be done using experimental data. The NACA0012 is a widely used profile for commercial planes that is tested and validated using both the simulation tools. It was observed that free source software can also predict similar results and can replace commercial tools in some applications. Keywords:CFD, AEROFOIL
    Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF REGENERATIVE SHOCK ABSORBER
    Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
    Group Members:
    1. SOURABH PANDEY
    2. MEHUL PAKALA
    3. ABHISHEK PANDEY
    4. VISHAL YADAV
    Abstract: A regenerative shock absorber is a type of shock absorber that converts parasitic intermittent linear motion and vibration into useful energy, such as electricity. Conventional shock absorbers simply dissipate this energy as heat. This technology has the ability to continuously recover a vehicle's vibration energy dissipation that occurs due to road irregularities, vehicle acceleration, and braking, and use the energy to reduce fuel consumption. When used in an electric vehicle or hybrid electric vehicle the electricity generated by the shock absorber can be diverted to its power train to increase battery life. In non-electric vehicles the electricity can be used to power accessories such as air conditioning. Several different systems have been developed recently, though they are still in stages of development and not installed on production vehicles. This could be used on electric or hybrid vehicles (or normal vehicles) to capture energy which would otherwise be absorbed and wasted, and then convert it into electricity. The regenerative shock absorbers can harvest the power in a continuous way. On the smooth highway road, the regenerative shock absorbers can improve the fuel efficiency by 2%, and on bumpy roads up to 10% increase can be expected.
    Title: SOLAR AGRICULTURAL ROBOT
    Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
    Group Members:
    1. SHAIKH SOHAIL
    2. ANSARI MOHD HARIS
    3. KHAN WALEED
    4. PAL ROHIT
    Abstract: In India there are 70% people dependent on agriculture. So we need to study agriculture. Innovative idea of our project is to automate the process of plowing and sowing such as sunflower, corn, groundnut and vegetables like beans, lady’s finger, pumpkin and wheat etc. To reduce the human effort and increase the yield. The plowing of firm and plantation of seeds is automatically done by using a dc motor. The distance between the two seeds are controlled and varied by using a microcontroller. When the robot reaches the end of the field we can change the direction with the help of remote switches. The whole process is controlled by a microcontroller. Plowing of firm and seed plantations in our day to day life is done by tractor in farms. But it requires more time and the manpower shortage is faced continuously. The main requirement of automation is to reduce manpower in our country. Nowadays we have a lack of manpower. Energy required for this machine is less as compared with tractors or any agricultural instrument pollution is also a big problem which is eliminated by using solar plates. a manual farm consumes more time and leads to more pollution. So it is time to automate the process of plowing and sowing of seed. Another need is to increase high speed of operation.
    Title: FOOTSTEP ELECTRICITY GENERATOR
    Guide Name: PROF. VIVEK AKOLKAR
    Group Members:
    1. GANESH JADYAR
    2. SACHIN KASHID
    3. PAVAN PARMAR
    4. AKASH PAWAR
    Abstract: In the present era, wireless data transmission techniques are commonly used in electronic devices. For powering them connection needs to be made to the power supply through wires else power may be supplied from batteries. Batteries require charging, replacement and other maintenance efforts. For example, in the applications such as villages, border areas, forests, hilly areas, where generally remote controlled devices are used, continuous charging of the microcells is not possible by conventional charging methods. So, some alternative methods need to be developed to keep the batteries full time charged and to avoid the need of any consumable external energy source to charge the batteries. An electricity generation system that has the ability to generate clean electrical power by mechanical, capturing the tremendous power from the physical routine, artificial and mechanical things around us. Not only in industries but also in our economic life in general significance of energy generation or power shows a steadily increase productivity in most important industries fields such as mining metallurgical, civil engineering, architecture and in all types of machine construction etc. The people who are climbing or getting down the flat plate are applying impact race or thrust on spring loaded flat plate steps. This impact pressure energy can be utilized to operate the rack and pinion gearing and through the train of pulley can compensate the dynamometer , which store the energy and utilize it for continuous rotation of the generator operating pulley and belt transmission system this sources of power can be led at the station building, plate form, toll plaza ,petrol pump etc..Also by accumulating this low intensity electrical in batteries, it can be supplied to the numerical complexes or shopping complexes near by the railway station.
    Title: MULTIPURPOSE ROBOT
    Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
    Group members:
    1. Falgun Pawar
    2. Ashish Pithadia
    3. Abraar Sayed
    4. Mohammed Adil Shaikh
    Abstract: This paper contains information and concepts read and studied from various research papers. Various concepts have been inherited in the making of a multipurpose robot able to perform many daily tasks at low cost. The paper contains a brief information that have been studied from various sources which has helped us to make the idea of multipurpose robot successful.
    Title: STIRLING ENGINE
    Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
    Group members:
    1. BREZHNEV FERNA
    2. ARHAM ZAMINDAR
    3. SAAD KHAN
    4. RISHABH DUBEY
    Abstract: Stirling engines are interesting and often misunderstood devices. These engines provide a renewable and clean source of power that no other engine can match. This is due to the fact that the working gas is a closed system with no exhaust. All that is required for these engines to run is an initial force and a temperature differential. While many different types and sizes exist, our group will be developing a small gamma-type Stirling engine in order to prove that these devices can achieve continuous motion given a low temperature differential. There are many design and building challenges to overcome, most limiting of which are budget and time constraints. All of these challenges will be documented thoroughly in our final design document. This project intends to show and derive all necessary equations, create a 3D CAD model, and to build a working prototype of an improved Stirling engine design that will operate indefinitely with as small as temperature difference as possible.
    Title: 3D Printing Prosthetic Hand
    Guide Name: PROF. VIKASH AGRAWAL
    Group Members:
    1. Yamini Mestry
    2. Manish Rawale
    3. Prathamesh Sawant
    Abstract: Due to some disease, birth defects, and traumatic accidents, many people. In our country we lack hands or fingers. Prosthetic hands can help give these people a sense of agency and increased ability to perform everyday tasks. Unfortunately, many prostheses in market are expensive and often require frequent maintenance and repair. Therefore, many people in our country can’t afford the same. A 3D printed prosthetic hand is one possible solution owing to its low cost and potential for customization.3D printed prostheses are lighter prostheses that can easily be modified to fit the user. It is important to take advantage of the new technology provided by 3D printers to make prostheses affordable for all people.
    Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPARK IGNITION ENGINE USING OXY HYDROGEN FUEL AND PETROL
    Guide Name: PROF. VIKASH AGRAWAL
    Group Members:
    1. KANVINDE SWAPNIL ANIL
    2. KARKERA HARDIKA MAHENDRA
    3. RAMI SIDDHARTH ASHISH
    4. SHUKLA SHIVAM PUSHPENDRA
    Abstract: In this experiment we have studied the basic properties of gas generated through electrolysis of water and then used this gas in the bike as a fuel with gasoline by mixing it with air. This results in increased mileage of bike up to 30 to 60% and reduce the polluting contents from the exhaust gases. The threat posed by climate change and the striving for securities of energy supply are issues high on the political agenda these days. Governments are putting a strategic plan motion to decrease primary energy use, take carbon out of fuels and facilitate modal shifts. Taking a prominent place in these strategic plans, is hydrogen as a future energy carrier. Energy stored in hydrogen would be available at any time and at any place on Earth, regardless of when or where the solar irradiance, the hydropower, or other renewable sources such as biomass, ocean energy or wind energy was converted. Hydrogen gas combined with the standard air/fuel mixture increases the mileage. This form of alternative fuel is provided by a hydrogen generator mounted in the vehicle. Once set up is ready, the hydrogen gas (fuel) will be produced from water, an electrolyte compound, and electricity supplied from a battery provided. Here we are designing a mixed fuel two-wheeler engine i.e. in a conventional SI engine we are incorporating the traces of hydrogen along with gasoline in order to minimize consumption of gasoline as well as to increase the overall power of vehicle. Here in addition, a hydrogen generating unit is made to produce hydrogen.
    Title: CARGO BIKE
    Guide Name: Prof. ABHIJIT SAMANTA
    Group members:
    1. Abhishek Virendra Yadav
    2. Rohit Lallan Yadav
    3. Kiran Sainath Thorat
    4. Aniket Amonkar
    Abstract: This research paper is about study related to Technological Development and fabrication of cargo bike. A portable bike, which can be folded or unfolded easily. It can be handled by both the sexes with equal ease. Power economy, ease and comfort of riding and low maintenance cost from additional features. Our project being the special purpose , environmentally friendly specially meant for inside city personal handling to the target destination. Our design has maximum range and vehicle can range of 15 km on single charge. The running cost is 40 paise per kilometer.
    Title: 3D Printing Prosthetic Hand
    Guide Name: PROF. VIKASH AGRAWAL
    Group Members:
    1. Yamini Mestry
    2. Manish Rawale
    3. Prathamesh Sawant
    Abstract: Due to some disease, birth defects, and traumatic accidents, many people. In our country we lack hands or fingers. Prosthetic hands can help give these people a sense of agency and increased ability to perform everyday tasks. Unfortunately, many prostheses in market are expensive and often require frequent maintenance and repair. Therefore, many people in our country can’t afford the same. A 3D printed prosthetic hand is one possible solution owing to its low cost and potential for customization.3D printed prostheses are lighter prostheses that can easily be modified to fit the user. It is important to take advantage of the new technology provided by 3D printers to make prostheses affordable for all people.
    Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPARK IGNITION ENGINE USING OXY HYDROGEN FUEL AND PETROL
    Guide Name: PROF. VIKASH AGRAWAL
    Group Members:
    1. KANVINDE SWAPNIL ANIL
    2. KARKERA HARDIKA MAHENDRA
    3. RAMI SIDDHARTH ASHISH
    4. SHUKLA SHIVAM PUSHPENDRA
    Abstract: In this experiment we have studied the basic properties of gas generated through electrolysis of water and then used this gas in the bike as a fuel with gasoline by mixing it with air. This results in increased mileage of the bike up to 30 to 60% and reduces the polluting contents from the exhaust gasses. The threat posed by climate change and the striving for security of energy supply are issues high on the political agenda these days. Governments are putting a strategic plan motion to decrease primary energy use, take carbon out of fuels and facilitate modal shifts. Taking a prominent place in these strategic plans, is hydrogen as a future energy carrier. Energy stored in hydrogen would be available at any time and at any place on Earth, regardless of when or where the solar irradiance, the hydropower, or other renewable sources such as biomass, ocean energy or wind energy was converted. Hydrogen gas combined with the standard air/fuel mixture increases the mileage. This form of alternative fuel is provided by a hydrogen generator mounted in the vehicle. Once setup is ready, the hydrogen gas (fuel) will be produced from water, an electrolyte compound, and electricity supplied from a battery provided. Here we are designing a mixed fuel two-wheeler engine i.e. in a conventional SI engine we are incorporating the traces of hydrogen along with gasoline in order to minimize consumption of gasoline as well as to increase the overall power of the vehicle. Here in addition, a hydrogen generating unit is made to produce hydrogen.
    Title: MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE LEAF SPRING
    Guide Name: Prof. Aditya. Prabhukhot
    Group Name:
    1. Mahesh Singh
    2. Clinton Rodrigues
    3. Deepak Meena
    4. Sudhanshu Tiwari
    Abstract: This report is intended to discuss the design and analysis of composite leaf springs. Spring is a part of the suspension system in automobiles. The spring absorbs the shocks and vibration which is coming either from the engine or getting transmitted from ground so that the person sitting inside the vehicle will be safe. Leaf springs are mainly used in heavy duty vehicle e.g. .trucks ,bus etc .Conventional leaf springs are made up of steel material, which has some disadvantages like corrosion, lesser life, more weight ,high maintenance cost, less economical etc on the other hand the composite has many advantages like it is high strength taking capability, corrosion resistance, high working life, low , maintenance cost, more economical compared to conventional spring. By using this material we are enhancing the bending strength and stiffness of the spring. The dimension of leaf spring is taken for the light weight vehicle. The stress and the deflection in the leaf spring is calculated by using the concept of machine design. The vibrational analysis of the spring is done by using the concept of mechanical vibration. The modeling of the spring is done by using the SOLID WORKS software. The analysis under different loading conditions is done in ANSYS software. The actual model of leaf spring will be prepared by using selected material and will be tested on UTM. The results obtained from the actual working model will be compared to that of the virtual model under given load.
    Title: AERODYNAMICS DESIGN OF GO-KART BODY
    Guide Name: PROF. ADITYA PRABHUKHOT
    Group Members:
    1. CHINMAY MISHRA
    2. JAY SOLANKI
    3. KUNAL VAISHNAV
    4. RAJ SINGH
    Abstract: Aerodynamic force plays an important role in Go-Kart vehicle performance and its stability when Go-Kart vehicle reaches higher speed. The researchers are mainly focused on reduction of coefficient of drag and lift in car models at higher speed. Even though the various techniques are found by researchers for improving Go-Kart vehicle performance and its stability still we are in need of further improvement. In order to investigate how vehicle components affect the overall drag a detailed numerical test will be conducted by means of any acceleration data will be examined to evaluate the actual driving capability of the engine and to compare it with the engine torque measured in static conditions. Based on Cl and Cd values, an optimal model was selected. In this paper, lift and drag of a production vehicle are determined by the analysis of flow of air around it using Ansys. For Go-Kart vehicles, it may also be important to produce desirable downwards aerodynamic forces to improve traction and thus cornering abilities. By reducing the difference in pressure the drag force will be reduced hence the fuel consumption will be reduced.
    Title: Design and Analysis of IC Engine Piston Using Three Different Material.
    Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
    Group members:
    1. Maurya Umesh Brijnath
    2. Parihar Vikram Prakash
    3. Vishwakarma Hemant Narendra
    4. Yadav Rupeshkumar Ramsamujha
    Abstract: Piston is the part of IC Engine which converts heat and pressure energy liberated by fuel combustion into mechanical works. Engine piston is the most complex component among the automotives. Failure of Piston due to various thermal and mechanical stresses. Usually the piston is made of aluminium alloy to make it less weight and thermal conductivity. But the aluminium alloy piston has less strength and high coefficient of thermal expansion, thus making it not suitable for high temperature experience. The materials used in this project are aluminium alloy 4032, AlSiC and AISI 4340 alloy steel material to overcome the problem faced. These three materials have been selected for structural and thermal analysis of piston. This paper illustrates design procedure for a piston for 4 stroke petrol engine for Bajaj Pulsar 220cc bike. We created pressure on the piston head 13.65Mpa on these three materials and we applied a temperature 4000oC on the piston crown. Finally we find out which one is suitable for piston in these three materials. Design of the piston is carried out CAD/CATIA software, static and thermal analysis performed using ANSYS Software.
    Title: Automated Creeper Chair.
    Guide Name: Prof. DURGESHKUMAR PAL
    Group members:
    1. Anuj Doshi
    2. Mokshit Shah
    3. Mitt Jethva
    4. Siddesh Dixit
    Abstract: This abstract provides an exegesis to all the holistic details of the automated creeper chair presented as a final year project. The project would include the overhauling of the currently practiced chair with some innovations and additional facilities. The structural and computational analysis of the same helps users to better understand the chair and bridges the chance for future advancements in the automated chair sector. The proposed research covers extensively all the parameters required for a detailed analysis of the design of the chair and completely new methods of fabrication with alternative material for cheaper production. The computational analysis is done on SoldWoks and Ansys workbench and uses the structural strength testing module and load testing modules in dynamic and static conditions. For the working mechanisms and the development of the kinematics of the chair the Linkage and Geogebra software are used and for all the computational calculations and analysis the programming language Python and matrix calculator Matlab are used..
    Title: DESIGN and DEVELOPMENT OF 3 WAY DUMPER
    Guide Name: Prof. DHIRAJ SINGH
    Group members:
    1. CHAURASIYA AKASH UMAKANT
    2. MANE GAURAV ASHOK
    3. MISHRA SAURABH SUNDAR
    4. YADAV PRAMOD DAYSHANKAR
    Abstract: This project work titled “DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF 3-WAY DUMPER” has been conceived having studied the various methods employed and difficulty in dumping materials. Conventional trailers unload materials only in one direction that is at the backside of the vehicle. This may cause problems of blockage when the work area is limited. This Multidirectional dumper overcomes the problem of unloading the vehicle by using a DC gear motor and spur gear arrangement through which the material can be unloaded in 180 degrees as per requirement. The three way dumper will be developed and tested for its movement in all possible angles (180 degrees) to unload the materials with the inclinations monitored and controlled. By this research it is easy for the driver to unload the trailer and also it reduces time and fuel consumption. Hence a prototype of suitable arrangement has been designed. The vehicles can be unloaded from the trailer in three axes without application of any impact force. Keywords: Defect detection, fully convolutional ANN, Steel Sheet, SURF.SIFT
    Title: Experimental Determination Of Effect Of Different Light Waves On Growth Of Plants In Hydroponics
    Guide Name: Prof. DHIRAJ SINGH
    Group members:
    1. Vedpathak Kunal
    2. Sawant AjinkyaShah Smith
    3. Acharya Sahil
    Abstract: Because of the approach of human progress there has been a ton of negative results developing step by step alongside the positive outcomes. The negative results are not influencing our day by day life but rather is going stride towards the future likewise. Due to quick urbanization, industrialization the accessibility of land for agribusiness is diminishing ,not just this, it is additionally influencing water pollution and making water unfit for drinking and different purposes. In addition, poor soil richness in a major portion of the cultivable zones and depletion of soil richness developed by microorganisms because of constant development, very dry spells of seasonal conditions and eccentrics of atmosphere and climate designs, ascend in temperature, stream contamination, poor water administration and wastage of enormous measure of water, decrease in water level, and so on are the threatening elements for the dirt based horticulture. Producing plants under artificial lighting in hydroponics could be a solution addressing these concerns. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) offer the advantages of a narrow light spectrum, low power consumption, and little heat production. The objective for our study will be to determine the effects of different light sources on the growth of plants in a hydroponic system. The plants will be grown in a controlled environment under five light treatments—blue LEDs, red LEDs, a combination of blue and red LEDs and white LEDs, and control specimens in sunlight to compare the growth in natural and artificial lighting. Plant dry weight, height plants under different light environments will be recorded to compare the growth. Hydroponics will be used as the method to grow the plants for the research.
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