A Report on
Faculty Development Programme (FDP)
“ADVANCED TRAINING ON GEOMETRIC DIMENSIOINIG & TOLERANCES”
Department Of Mechanical Engineering, Zeal College of Engineering & Research, Pune-41
A three days faculty development programme on “ADVANCED TRAINING ON GEOMETRIC DIMENSIOINIG & TOLERANCES” under Department Of Mechanical Engineering, was held at the Zeal College of Engineering & Research, Pune-41, under the patronage of Mechatol Engineering Solutions, Pune from 09th to 11th December, 2019. The FDP aims to provide opportunities to faculty members, research scholars and post graduate students to enrich their teaching skill and research in the field of engineering design and Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerances. The Programme also intends to develop the blue print reading, manufacturing & inspection approach of participants for with advanced industrial examples in the relevant field for inculcating learning values in students and guiding and monitoring their progress.
The esteemed personalities present on the inauguration of the programme:
Mr. A Bhise, Director, Mechatol Engineering Solutions, Pune Prof. C. L. Prabhune,
Prof. A. A. Tamboli, HOD, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Prof. A. R. Suryavanshi, Dean Academics,
Prof. P. B. Magade, FDP Cordinator,
Prof. Ayub Tamboli, HOD, Department of Mechanical Engineering, welcomed all the respected dignitaries and participants. Prof. Chandrakant Prabhune, appreciated the program organized by Department of mechanical in his speech. Prof. Akash Suryavanshi, Dean Academics also encouraged for such activities. Prof. Pramod Magade, FDP Coordinator highlighted the need for organizing the faculty development program and also emphasized the benefits of such kind of resourceful activity.
1st Day (09/12/19) Session I: Mr. Anand Bhise, Director, Mechatol Engineering Solutions, Pune has delivered keynote address on “Drawing reading skills: Current status and Future prospects”, importance of GD & T. In this session participants were learned the Blue print reading, application of blue print reading and its effect on cost of materials, manufacturing and also to enhance the conversion efficiency of design engineer.
1st Day (09/12/19) Session II: Mr. Anand Bhise, has delivered an interactive lecture on difference between position tolerance and plus minus tolerance. Datum selection process from assembly and manufacturing approach. Concept and calculations of bonus tolerance, material modifier conditions MMC, LMC, RFS.
2nd Day (10/12/19) Session I: Mr. Anand Bhise, has delivered a lecture on dimensioning systems, unit systems, functional dimensioning system. In this session participants were learned the floating fastner calculation for assembly stack and assembly shift calculations for assembly clearance fit. In this session participants were learned the step by step procedure and different techniques regarding designing.
2nd Day (10/12/19) Session II: Mr. Anand Bhise, discussed about the interference and clearance fit calculations for two part assembly. Actual calculation were performed for a part where wall thickness has to be calculated for a single part analysis.
3rd Day (11/12/19) Session I: In this session participants were gained with the knowledge on blue print reading techniques for assembly drawing and part drawing. He inspired the participants to work on real time industrial drawings with system using ASME standards for engineering drawing. Manufacturing and inspection technology and also gave some guidelines on it.
3rd Day (11/12/19) Session II: In this session participants realized the significance of inspection process through different process equipments like vernier caliper etc. Acceptance or rejection reports for QC based on gauge design.
VALEDICTORY SESSION: The honorable personalities present in this occasion were Mr. A Bhise, Director, Mechatol Engineering Solutions, Pune. Dr. Ajit M Kate, Principal, ZCOER, Pune. Prof. A. A. Tamboli, HOD, Mechanical Engineering, summarized the program. All the personalities appreciated the department for organizing the FDP- 2019, at Department of Mechanical Engineering. The program was ended with participant feedback, certificate distribution and vote of thanks was given by Prof. A. R. Suryavanshi, Dean Academics.
OUTCOME: All the sessions were very much informative. The discussed areas are of great benefit for the participants as the topics match with the current working domain. Participants were enlightened with the most widely used advance technologies in this domain. This in turn will help in research activity and placement opportunity.