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Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “MasterCAM X9 Multi Axis & Mill – Turn’

A Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “MasterCAM X9 Multi Axis & Mill – Turn’ was organised by Department of Mechanical Engg., ZCOER in association with ‘Onward Technologies, Pune’. This was successfully conducted on 19th & 20th August, 2016.

Machine and G-Code Simulation:

Machine simulation provides you with additional layers of visualization, so that you can zoom in and zoom out at will, to observe everything that will happen during your machining process. You can move the simulation along very quickly in program segments where you are certain that the part, tool, holder fixtures, and peripheral devices (e.g. robots) are in no danger of colliding. When everything is happening in a confined space, you can slow the simulation down to observe these interrelated movements in slow motion or step through them in block fashion

G-code simulation involves a much more extensive modeling process, which is typically done by the software provider.

This program was scheduled for Two Days with:

  • Basics of CAM Programming
  • Use of Simulation in Machining
  • Machine Simulation with G-Code Simulation for Turning
  • Machine Simulation with G-Code Simulation for Milling
  • Machining in Multi axis
  • Machining of Turn- Mill operations were covered
  • Handson training was conducted in MIlling Machine at Skill Development cell.

On receiving feedback from the attendees, the programme was indeed helpful for the faculties to use this software for their further research work and problem solving.

College had fully sponsored this course for the benefit of faculty members.

The resource person for the said training was Mr Rahul Dhage from Onward Technologies, Pune and co-ordinated by Prof. Adewar S. S, Prof Kulkarni O. K. , and Prof Petkar R.

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Syllabus detailing workshop

The meeting of Turbo Machines (TE Mechanical 2015 course) syllabus detailing was organized by SPPU in association with Department of Mechanical Engineering, Zeal College of Engineering and Research, Narhe, Pune on 8th Nov. 2016. The meeting was organized in consultation with BOS coordinator Mechanical Engineering SPPU, Pune. The syllabus will be implemented from the academic year 2017-18. Dr. S.A. Deokar Director (Academics, Admissions and Central Placements) felicitated Prof. Lalit Pawar OSD, SPPU, Pune
The participants were the subject teacher of Turbo Machines from various educational institute affiliated to SPPU, Pune. 63 faculties participated in this meeting. The Program started with formal inauguration & Dr. Kate A.M. HOD Department of Mechanical Engineering (IInd Shift) addressed the gathering about objectives of the meeting.
Dr. S.G. Dambhare HOD Department of Mechanical Engineering (Ist Shift) and Subject Chairman TMC (2012 course) presented 2012 course syllabus and suggestion about change in the existing syllabus was discussed with the participants. Constructive suggestions were provided by the participants for new syllabus of TMC (2015 course). All the suggestions were duly recorded during the meeting.
Dr. A.M. Kate concluded the meeting by proposing vote of thanks
The workshop was coordinated by Prof. Kusekar S.K. & Prof. Kamble D.P. & supported by all faculty members of mechanical engineering department.

Celebration of 20th Foundation Day

On behalf of 20th Foundation Day, Zeal Education Society celebrated the colossal event on 3rd August 2016 in
Zeal Narhe Campus. This event was made livelier by unveiling the statue of Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj,
Zeal Skill Centre and Zeal Wi-Fi Campus, from the hands of esteemed personalities Hon. Shri. Shriniwasji
Patil, Governor of Sikkim State and Hon.Dr.Wasudeo Gade, Vice Chancellor of SPPU, Pune”.

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Condition monitoring techniques used in thermal power plant

Expert lecture conducted on topic “Condition monitoring techniques used in thermal power plant”

An expert lecture on Condition monitoring techniques used in thermal power plant was organized by the department of mechanical engineering shift – I for the student of BE. Mr. Hemant Bari (Senior Manager, MTP Dept, Condition Monitoring Cell, Reliance Infrastructure, Dahanu Thermal Power Station) has successfully conducted Expert Lecture for the final year student for the subject Dynamics of Machinery on topic “Condition monitoring techniques used in thermal power plant”. The students of B.E. (Div. A, Div. B, and Div. C,) were present for this session and the session was very interesting and interactive. Mr. Hemant Bari explores the importance of condition monitoring techniques used in thermal power plant and the various case studies analyzed at Dahanu thermal power station. The session were very useful from exam point of view for the student which gives the knowledge of fundamentals of vibrations and methodology to solve complex problems related to Power Plant usig condition based maintenance.

Topics discussed during program:

  1. Introduction of Dahanu Thermal Power Station.
  2. Condition Monitoring Techniques, Vibration monitoring, Thermography, Lubricant analysis, Acoustic analysis.
  3. Vibration Analysis Technique applied at DTPS to check condition of following critical machines:
  4. Case Studies of PA Fan, Locomotive Engine, BFP

Site Visit @ Lavasa City

Venue: Lavasa City
Day and Date: Wednesday and 13.07.2016.

Objectives:
1. To generate interest in the subject Building Technology and Materials
2. To introduce different activities carried out on construction site.
3. To introduce different construction materials.
4. To introduce Architectural Planning.

Site Visit Outcomes:
1. Students have got an idea about how the construction sites are getting developed.
2. Students could observe and study different architectural components.
3. Students could learn different geological features along the rout
4. students could learn geotechnical components like Soil types etc.

Visit coordinators: Prof. N. N. Deo, Prof. S.S. Patil, Prof. S.S. Dube.

CATIA V5 Essentials in Mechanical Engineering

A One Day Hands on Training on “CATIA V5 Essentials in Mechanical Engineering”

Organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engg. (Shift-II)

In Association with CORE CADD SOLUTIONS, Pune 22nd July 2016

Submitted by: Prof. Shevale S.S., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg.

A One Day Hands on Training  on “CATIA V5 Essentials in Mechanical Engineering” Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering (Shift II) In Association with CORE CADD SOLUTIONS, Pune on 22nd July 2016. Expert, Mr. Sajid Khadas, Engineer-Core Cadd Solutions, who is having real time experience in modeling, worked as onsite deputation Engineer with Global team projects were contributor with significant responsibilities and ownership in designing or engineering the components for Aerospace, Power & water & Automotive industries have been invited as resource person.

The Program was started with formal inauguration addressing the participants by the Prof. Shevale S.S. and HOD of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Kate A.M. Overview of the program and introduction of the Expert from Core Cadd Solutions, Pune was given by Prof. Shevale S.S., Program Coordinator.

Total 35 students were attended CATIA V5 program. The workshop was arranged in two sessions of 2 ½ Hrs each. In the first session was Introduction, Parametric Sketching, Parametric solid modeling, Advance solid modeling tools and Introduction of Surface were discussed. The second session of the workshop was devoted to the practicals on CATIA V5.

The program was interactive and the students are very well technically benefitted from the training. Many real time case studies were discussed and few assignments are given to participants to provide the solutions during the program.

Objective of FDP: At the end of the training the participants will have: Understanding of CATIA VS interface and application of commands for the following modules Sketcher, Part Design, Assembly Design & Drafting.

The event was scheduled to cover the following.

  • Introduction to Part Design
  • Basic Sketch Based Features
  • Basic Dressing-Up Features
  • Part Design Transformations
  • Part Design Modifications
  • Create a new product and add components.
  • Move components within a product by positioning them with assembly
  • Modify an existing product structure.
  • Design new parts in context of the product.
  • Perform interference checking and measurements.
  • Introduction to Generative Shape Design
  • Wireframe Creation

– Introduction to drafting workbench.

End of Training Valedictory was held where feedback from the students was collected and it is observed that the program outlook is satisfactory and the participants expressed that they require similar type of programs in the future.