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Course Introduction

Established in the year 1999, the Mechanical Engineering department of MES College of Engineering, Pune with its team of dedicated, qualified and experienced faculty, offers a sound programme at both UG and PG levels. The department aims at providing a valuable resource not only to the industries but also the society through excellence in technical education and research. To inculcate and foster Research abilities of students through staff, department always encourages departmental faculty for externally funded projects by Govt. agencies like BARC, BCUD, University of Pune, etc. and also by leading industries in and around Pune.MESCoE had exclusively signed MoU with ZF Steering India Ltd, BAKER Gauges Ltd, etc. for collaborative research work as well as development of laboratories, etc. for overall development of its students and departmental faculty. The recently renovated and modernized 'BAKER-MESCoE Metrology Laboratory'that is fully equipped and designed as per industrial standards with modern and state of art equipment is now more in line with the industrial needs.
To keep abreast of the technological trends the departmental faculty undergoes a number of programmes and refresher courses and participates actively in seminars and conferences. Mechanical Engineering department always strives for Industry-Institution Interaction, Alumni interaction for industrial visits, campus placements, guest lectures, etc. for best guidance for our students.With rich hardware and software resources and collaborative projects with the academia and industries, the department aims at providing an elite workforce of future leaders in myriad areas like manufacturing, designing, quality management and marketing. Many of its alumni occupy key positions in industries and institutions in India as well as in abroad. The department is proud to be collaborated with well-known industries in the sector.


To groom Motivated, Environmental friendly, Self-esteemed, Creative and Oriented Mechanical Engineers.


To Develop Industry Oriented Manpower to accept the challenges of Globalization by,

  1. Imparting mechanical engineering knowledge through trained faculty in conducive environment,
  2. Creating awareness about the needs of mechanical industries through alumni and industry-institute interactions
  3. Encouraging them to think innovatively and introduce them to various research activities
  4. Supporting them to groom in all aspects like communication, interpersonal skills.

PEO's , PO's & CO's

Program Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives are established for the Mechanical Engineering:

  • To prepare students with strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals that will enable them to have successful career in Mechanical and Interdisciplinary Industries
  • To prepare students for rapid technological change equipped with strong conceptual understanding of core and basic concepts of mechanical engineering
  • To enable students to develop their knowledge and skills across the range of disciplines.
  • To prepare students for soft skills with good communication, ethical values and ability to work in a team
  • To prepare students to strengthen their knowledge and skills through self-learning abilities throughout their professional career as well as to pursue higher education.
Program Outcomes (PO's)

The Mechanical Engineering graduates will be able to:

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment & Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
  • PSO I: Apply principles of machine design, manufacturing, thermal engineering and management to identify, formulate and solve real life problems in various fields of engineering.
  • PSO II: Use modern modeling, simulation techniques and computational tools.
  • PSO III Develop practical solutions for mechanical engineering problems/processes under professional and ethical constraints.

Dr. V. N. Chougule

Professor & Head of Department

Dr. V. N. Chougule

A hearty welcome to the Mechanical Engineering Department (NBA Accredited till 30.06.2022) at MES College of Engineering, Pune.  The Institute started its journey in the year 1999 with mechanical engineering as one of the mainstream since its inception. The department runs both Undergraduate program viz. Mechanical Engineering and PG program with Design Engineering as specialization. The department committed to its vision to educate students to excel in future career through value based education and interdisciplinary technical education.

Our students are well prepared to face challenges posed by social, technical and industrial needs. We always pay attention to our student’s research interests, hobbies, etc. and encourage them to be part of professionally active interdisciplinary groups or collegiate clubs viz. Designers club, RoboClub, SAE BAJA, MESA etc. Also, we facilitate them for internships, online training through platforms like ISRO-IIRS, Coursera, etc. Students can be part of professional body’s viz. ASME, ASHRAE/ISHRAE, SAE, Institute of Engineers, etc., activities of which are professionally managed by well qualified faculty members.

We are proud of our students and our alumnus are very well-placed and working in leading industries, Govt. organizations, successful entrepreneurs, universities & secured admissions in prominent universities across the globe. Mr. Ganesh Daphal, student of Mechanical Engineering Department had been awarded as best NSS volunteer with President’s Award and Chief Minister Award for exceptional work in NSS in 2011.

The department has very experienced, qualified, dedicated and research oriented faculty. Department faculty members are awarded with AICTE, UGC and SPPU BCUD Research Grants & funding. Students are imparted with technical skills through experiential learning in state of art laboratories developed in collaboration with leading industries. Department with help of MoU’s with leading industries viz. SUTF-C4i4 for Industry 4.0, Baker Gauges Ltd. for MQC lab, National Instruments (NI), KUKA Robotics, Industrial Tribology Lab, etc. The main objective of industrial liaison is to impart students training, projects, skill development, etc. Both students and faculty, are encouraged to participate in international competitions like RoboCon, SAE eBAJA (2021: AIR 1) & mBAJA (2021: AIR 34) since past 10 years.

We are committed to overall development of our students through training, experiential learning with experienced enthusiastic faculty members, on the cutting-edge technological development, to keep our students on the forefront of technological advancements.

Faculty List

Sr. No.NameDesignationProfile Link
Dr. S. S. SarawadeIncharge Principal, ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. V. N. ChouguleHead of Department, ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. V. N. RaibholeProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. S. H. GawandeProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. A. C. MitraAssociate ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mrs. V. J. SonawaneAssociate ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. S. P. GadewarAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. A. R. PatilAssociate ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. S. D. WankhedeAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. Suhas. S. JadhavAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. K.A. MahajanAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. R. N. YerrawarAssociate ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. H. S. SalaveAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Dr. B. D. NandreAssociate ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. Sushant. S.JadhavAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. B. R. PujariAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. S. R. KandharkarAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. V. R. VarudeAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. V. S. ManeAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. A. A. ChauguleAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mr. D. R. SalunkeAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Mrs. P. R. MagdumAssistant ProfessorMechanical Engineering Click Here
Laboratory Names
1. Machine Shop (007) 10. Fluid Mechanics Lab (108)
2. IC Engine Lab (013A) 11. Basic Mechanical Engineering /Applied Thermodynamics (110)
3. Fluid Machinery (013C) 12. MQC (BAKER- MESCOE Metrology LAB) ( 113)
4. Common Workshop (014) 13. Theory of Machines / Dynamics of Machinery (114)
5. Strength of Materials, (015) 14. Heat Transfer (115)
6. Advanced Manufacturing Lab (016) 15. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning/ Industrial Fluid Power (116)
7. Industrial Tribology Lab (017) 16. Drawing Hall (117)
8. PG lab (106) 17. MESCOE - NI LabVIEW Academy (505)
9. CAD/CAM (107) 18. MESCOE- MECH SM VLab
Mechanical Engineering Laboratories


Machine Shop (007)

The department is heavily involved in carrying out the manufacturing activities with the help of following equipment for the research activities as well as for the training of the undergraduate students throughout the semester. With the assistance of qualified technical staff, undergraduate and postgraduate students are able to carry out the Turning operations, Milling operations, Grinding operations, Drilling operations and fabrication work for their B.E, M.E project & practical work

List of Equipment:
• Lathe machines • Universal Milling machine • Radial drilling machine • Bench grinding machine • Horizontal Surface grinding machine • Power press machine

Laboratory In charge: A. A. Chaugule

IC Engine Lab (013A)

Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory is a well-equipped laboratory which provides ideas on practice of handling IC engines and measuring the performance parameters. Our lab can be used to measure engine performance and gas emission from various types of engines at different operating conditions.

List of Equipment:
1. COMPUTERIZED PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG: On Computerized Petrol Engine Test rig Morse Test, P-Ɵ Test and Heat Balance sheet calculations are carried out. Computerized reports are generated by Engine-soft software interfaced with petrol engine test rig for all test.
2. DIESEL ENGINE TEST RIG: Diesel engine Test rig is a in-house project done by BE Mechanical students. On this test rig all efficiencies and Heat Balance sheet can be calculates.
3. EXHAUST GAS ANALYZER: Exhaust gas analyzer is ARAI approved and measures the % CO, CO2, NOx and HC from exhaust gases of petrol engine.
4. BATTERY CHARGER: This instrument is used to charge the different batteries.
5. BMW ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION UNIT: This unit is useful to understand the basic construction and working of I.C. Engine and transmission unit which is donated by BMW Company.

In charge: Dr B. D. Nandre

Fluid Machinery (013C)

Fluid Machinery laboratory provides fundamental and practical knowledge about principle of water turbines, performance of hydraulic turbines and hydraulic pumps, and their application.

The Lab consists of the following equipment’s
List of Equipment:
• 1HP Pelton Wheel Turbine Test Rig • 5HP Kaplan Turbine Test Rig • 5HP Francis Wheel Turbine Test Rig • Impact of Jet Apparatus • Centrifugal Pump Test Rig • Reciprocating pump Test Rig • vertical axis wind turbine

Mr. S. R. Kandharkar

Common Workshop (014)

Spread over 202 square meter area. This area is utilized for the subject Workshop Practices I of First Year Engineering. Students are encouraged to have hands on experience on different tools and equipment used in manufacturing processes. Department conducts various practical by which students get ample information on different materials & tools in engineering practices with respect to their workability, formability and machinability with power & hand tools and to develop skills through hands on experience.

List of Equipment:
• Welding Inverters/Transformers • Gas Welding Setup • Chop Saw machine • Measuring tools • Marking tools • Wood working tools • Metal working tools

Laboratory In charge: A. A. Chaugule

Strength of Materials, (015)

Strength of Materials / Engineering Metallurgy

Strength of Materials laboratory consists of various material testing equipment’s to perform significant Destructive material tests for the measurement of various mechanical properties of the viz. Tensile strength, Hardness, Impact strength(Toughness), Shear strength, Compressive strength, sheet metal ductility. Microstructural study of various metal samples can be performed by using Optical metallurgical Microscope to ascertain the presence of different phases in the metals and its distribution and Grain structures for the correlation with the mechanical properties of materials.

List of Equipment:
• UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE (UTE 40) 40 TONNES CAPACITY: UTM machine is used to measure Tensile strength, compressive strength and bending strength and Shear strength of the materials. • BRINELL HARDNESS TESTER (B-3000): BHT is used to measure Hardness of the material. • VICKERS HARDNESS TESTER (VM-50): VHT is used to measure Hardness of the material. • IMPACT TESTING MACHINE (IM-30): ITM is used to measure the impact strength and toughness of the material. Arrangement of IZOD & CHARPY impact test can be done. • ERICHSON CUPPING TESTER: ECT is used to test the formability of the sheet metal. • MICROSTRUCTURAL STUDY THROUGH MICROSCOPE: This is used to study the microstructure of different materials, its grain structure and Phases present

Advanced Manufacturing Lab (016)

This laboratory is equipped with manufacturing grade CNC lathe machine. This machine is capable to produce large-scale production quantity with 0.007 mm accuracy. Bachelor’s and Master’s engineering students use this facility for project purpose or practical purpose.

List of Equipment:
• Veriner height guage • Vernier caliper • Digital Vernier caliper • Surface plate • Pneumatic outlet for burr cleaning • Desktops with LAN • CNC Lathe Cutting tools

Laboratory In charge: A. A. Chaugule

Industrial Tribology Lab (017)

List of Equipment:
Industrial Tribology Laboratory consists of following equipment to perform different tests to measure the various tribological properties of the materials and oils. PIN-ON-DISC MACHINE: The Pin on Disc Friction & Wear Test Rig is primarily intended for determining the tribological characteristics of wide range of materials under various conditions of normal loads, speeds & temperatures under dry & lubricated conditions with different environmental conditions FOUR BALL TESTER: The Four Ball Tester can be used to determine Wear Preventive properties (WP), Extreme Pressure properties (EP) and friction behavior of lubricants. The wide acceptance of test results of the four ball tester make it an excellent choice to benchmark products. It is a good choice for R&D due to its relatively inexpensive samples and ability to produce quick and repeatable results. JOURNAL BEARING TESTER: The Journal Bearing Tester is used to demonstrate and study pressure distribution behavior of lubricants in various journal bearings. Pressure is plotted as a function of angular position of Cartesian or polar form to demonstrate the pressure distribution. Test variables are journal speed, radial load and lubricant viscosity. DRY ABRASION TESTER: The Dry Abrasion Tester allows users to test materials for their abrasion resistance properties in accordance with applicable standards. This test system is capable of testing materials in dry abrasive environments (ASTM G65 ). This system is suitable for evaluations in applications such as mining, drilling, ore transportation, agriculture, earth moving and others. Evaluation of materials and coatings using the Dry Abrasion Tester can provide valuable R&D data, bench-marking of products and reliable data for marketing.

Laboratory In charge: Dr.S.H.Gawande

PG lab (106)

PG laboratory is the vital and fully equipped with latest 2D and 3D software and hardware along with experienced staff members to cope up the needs of our PG students from Designing (CAD), Analysis (CAE), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Manufacturing (CAM). A special guidance is provided to PG and UG students of Mechanical engineering for subjects like Advance Stress Analysis, Finite Element Analysis, Analysis & Synthesis of Mechanism, Optimization Technique etc. It also provides computation facility for all staff and students for their research work through software like MATLAB, ANSYS etc.

List of Equipment:
 MATLAB  ANSYS 19  Hypermesh Software  MASTERCAM  HP Design Jet T120 Plotter  MARKFORGED ONYX 3D Printer

Lab In charge: Dr R N Yerrawar

CAD/CAM (107)

(AICTE Funded Research Laboratory under MODROBS for Biomedical Applications)

List of Equipment:
CAD CAM laboratory is the vital and fully equipped with latest 2D and 3D software and hardware along with experienced staff members to cope up the needs of our UG students from Designing (CAD), Analysis (FEM), Manufacturing (CAM), Numerical Methods and Optimization (NMO). A special guidance is provided to PG and UG students of Mechanical engineering for subjects like Computer Aided Machine Drawing, Finite Element Analysis, Numerical Methods and Optimization etc. It also provides computation facility for all staff and students for their research work through software like AIP, MATLAB, ANSYS etc.

List of Major Softwares / Equipment:
 MATLAB  ANSYS 19.0  Hypermesh Software  MASTERCAM  Autodesk Inventor Professional

Laboratory In charge: Dr. V. N. Chougule

Fluid Mechanics Lab (108)

List of Equipment:
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory consists of following equipment to perform various experiments in the lab to study and understand the properties of fluid, verification of fundamental fluid flow theorems, and study the different flow meters for measurement and analysis of fluid flow.

• PRESSURE MEASURING DEVICES: Pressure Measuring Devices is used to study the application & comparison of various pressure measuring devices.
• REYNOLDS APPARATUS: Reynolds apparatus is used to observe & differentiate the type of flow for variation of discharge. Also to determine laminar , turbulent & transition flow.
• REDWOOD VISCOMTER: Redwood Viscometer is used to determine kinematic viscosity of oil and study the variation of viscosity with temperature.
• METACENTRIC HEIGHT: Metacentric height apparatus is use to determine experimentally the metacentric height of ship model.
• BERNOULLI'S APPARATUS: Bernoulli's Apparatus is used to study the Bernoulli's theorem and verify Bernoulli's equation.
• ORIFICE METER TEST RIG: Orifice meter is used to determine co-efficient of discharge and plot the characteristics for different rates of flow.
• VENTURIMETER TEST RIG: Venturimeter is used to study the specification and calibration of venturimeter and determine co-efficient of discharge.
• V-NOTCH TEST RIG: V-Notch is used to study the classification & applications of notches and calculate co-efficient of discharge.
• MAJOR LOSSES DUE TO FRICTION: Major Losses Apparatus is used to determine friction factor for flow through pipes of different materials & compare friction factor.
• MINOR LOSSES DUE TO PIPE FITTINGS: Manor Losses Apparatus is used to study the losses of head due to various fittings in pipeline and to determine loss of head in the fittings at various flow rates. Also to determine loss coefficient for the pipe fittings.
• ELECTRICAL ANALOGY APPARATUS: Electrical Analogy Apparatus is used to study the electrical analogy method and draw flow net.
• HALLSHAW'S APPARATUS: Hallshaw's apparatus is used to observed the flow patterns for different shape of the bodies and compare observed flow with Reynold's Number.

Basic Mechanical Engineering /Applied Thermodynamics (110)

Basic mechanical engineering lab provides fundamental understanding of basic mechanical engineering concepts and working of mechanical components like gears, bearing, power consuming and producing devices. The Thermal Engineering lab provide facility for understanding of thermodynamic concepts like laws of thermodynamics, concept relate to Phase Change, Construction and working of boiler and calculation of performance parameter etc.

List of Equipment:
• Working models of Mechanical device like, turbine, gear drives, IC Engine etc • Model of Power consuming devices like Refrigerator, AC, Boiler etc. • Jouls Paddle Wheel Experiments • Semi-automated Boiler Test Rig with condenser • Two stage Reciprocating compressor test rig • Bomb Calorimeter, Gas Calorimeter

In charge: Dr. A. R. Patil

MQC (BAKER- MESCOE Metrology LAB) ( 113)

BAKER-MESCOE Metrology lab is a joint venture between BAKER GAUGES INDIA PVT.LTD. PUNE and MESCOE, PUNE. The aim of the Metrology Lab is to learn current trend in industrial measurement. The lab is maintained according to the NABL standards and students will get feel of industry. The lab is divided in to two-part one part is for instruction delivery and second for practical. The lab is air locked, open access see through and having 4-ton AC to control temperature, 800 lux light effect and special flooring to avoid dust. Separate gauging stations are arranged in the lab so that similar kind of measurement can be done in small students’ group.

List of Equipment:
COMPUTERIZED STATISTICAL GAUGING STATION (Pneumatic and LVDT comparator): Statistical Gauging Station consisting Pneumatic Gauge probe for diameter measurement and LVDT for length measurement. Set of 20 jobs is kept on gauging station and after measurement data is transfer to the software for statistical analysis. The results obtained in terms of X-chart, R-chart, Normal Distribution, Histogram, Pie chart, S-chart.
SURFACE ROUGHNESS TESTER: Surface roughness tester is to test surface characteristic in the form of roughness (Ra).
TOOL MAKERS MICROSCOPE: Tool makers microscope is used to measure the dimensions of small products, tool tips, threads in two ways i.e. one is shadow and other is microscope.
OPTICAL INTERFEROMETER (Optical Flat set up): The setup is used to measure flatness of reflective surface in terms of fringes.
SLIP GAUGE SET WITH SINE BAR: Slip gauge set is referred as END standard and in the lab two types of slip gauge set one is workshop grade and another calibration set. The Slip gauge is used in the sine bar experiment to find out height of sine bar lifting (opposite side sin angle).
GEAR TOOTH VERNIER CALLIPER & SPAN MICROMETER: It is used to measure the gear tooth thickness of given gear.
LINEAR AND ANGULAR MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS: The linear measurement is measuring the linear dimensions like length, diameter, height, thickness etc. and the instruments available in lab like vernier calipers, digital vernier calipers, micrometer, digital micrometer, dial bore gauge, height gauge, point micrometer, blade micrometer. The angular measurement is measurement of angles of any component. The instruments available in lab are industrial protractor, bevel protractor, sine bar with dial gauge.
• FLOATING CARRIAGE MICROMETER: The floating carriage micrometer is used to measure different thread parameters. The main parameter is effective diameter of thread.

In charge: Mr. K. A. Mahajan

Theory of Machines / Dynamics of Machinery (114)

Mechanisms form the basis of any machine and it is an assemblage of rigid bodies so that they move upon each other with definite relative motion. Objectives of this Theory of Machines lab are to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. With the study of rigid bodies motions and forces for the transmission systems, machine kinematics and dynamics can be well understood.

Demonstration exercises are provided with varieties of transmission element models to understand machine kinematics. Various experiments with gyroscopes, balancing machines and universal vibration, Critical speed of shaft test rig facilities are available to understand machine dynamics.

List of Equipment:
• Motorised Gyroscope • Cam Analysis Machine • Universal Governor Apparatus • Static & Dynamic Balancing Apparatus • Expt. Set-Up - Hooke's Joint • Gear Tooth Profile • Epicyclic Gear Train • Rope Brake Dynamometer Test Rig • Vibration Test Rig • Modified Shock Absorber Test Rig As Quarter Car Suspension Test Rig • Sliding Mesh Gear box Model • Constant Mesh Gear box Model • Synchro Mesh Gear box Model • Differential Mesh Gear box Model • Stroboscope • PMDC Motor • Triaxial Accelerometer • Quarter Car Model Test Rig • Coupling Wheel of Locomotive (Double Crank Mechanism • Gnome- Radial Engine (Six Piston) model • With-Worth Quick Return Mechanism model • Beam Engine (Crank And Lever) model • Indexing Mechanism (Geneva Mechanism) model • Davis Steering Mechanism model • Ackermann Steering Mechanism model • Pantograph model • Elliptical Trammel model • Oldham’s Coupling, Split Muff Coupling, Pin bush Type Coupling model • Peaucellier Mechanism (Straight Line Mechanism) model • Hart Mechanism model • Different Types of CAM And Follower model • Single And Multiplate Clutch Models • Involute Gear Tooth Profile Generator Equipment • Dynamic Vibration Shock Absorber Experimental Set-Up • Hoist And Lift Working Model for Gear Box model • Dam Gate Working Model for Gear Box model • V-Belt, Flat Belt, Chain Sprocket, Timing Belt & Pully Working Model • Universal Coupling Experimental Set-Up • Dc Power Supply, 50-300vdc 30amp • Torsional System model • Spring Mass Undamped System Model • Forced Vibration Model And Base Excitation model • Multi Degree Spring Mass System model • Slider Crank Spring Mechanism model • Motor Cycle Model (3m, 4s, 2d) • Forced Vibration Model and Base Excitation model • Spring Mass Pulley System model • Spring Mass Pendulum System model • Mode Shape Model • Application Of Mechanism Using Linkage, Gear model • Natural Frequency Using Spring Rod Mass System model • Spring Stiffness Measurement Test Rig • Critical Speed Experimental Setup • Logarithm Decrement Setup • Two Rotor System Set Up • C V T Set Up • Clutch Plate Set Up

Laboratory In charge: Mr. S. S. Jadhav

Heat Transfer (115)

Heat and Mass Transfer laboratory provides fundamental and industrial knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and radiation, 1-D Heat conduction equation and their application. The Lab consists of the following equipment’s

List of Equipment:
• Thermal conductivity of insulating powder apparatus • Thermal conductivity of composite wall apparatus • Thermal conductivity of metal rod • Heat Transfer in Natural convection • Temperature distribution and pin fin efficiency in natural and forced convection • Emissivity measurement of a given disc surface • Stefan Boltzmann apparatus • Critical heat flux in pool boiling • Trial on parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger • Heat pipe demonstrator. • Computerized Pin Fin Setup

Lab In charge: Mr. H. S. Salave

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning/ Industrial Fluid Power (116)

List of Equipment:
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning lab consists of following system to perform various experiments to calculate Cooling Capacity, Energy Input, COP, etc. Refrigeration Test Rig: Refrigeration Test Rig is used to Calculate Cooling Capacity, Energy Input, COP of refrigeration system with R290 as a refrigerant.

Split Air conditioning Test Rig: There are three Split Air Conditioning System in the lab with R22, R32 and a blend of R290 as a refrigerant. The Air Conditioning test Rigs with a blend of R290 is used to Calculate Cooling Capacity, Energy Input, COP of the air conditioning system.

Ice Plant Test Rig: Ice Plant Test Rig with R134A as a refrigerant is used to Calculate Cooling Capacity, Energy Input, COP of the Ice Plant. Vapour Absorption System : This is used to explain working and its different parts of Vapour Absorption System.

Industrial Fluid Power:
List of Equipment : Industrial Fluid Power Lab consists of various equipment to study different practical applications related to fluid. Also automation studio software is used to design different hydraulic and pneumatic systems. , Gear Pump Test Rig: Gear Pump Testrig is used to study performance characteristics of a Gear pump. It is coupled to three phase AC electric motor. The curves of efficiency, input power, output power and discharge are studied for various range of pressures. Hydraulic Trainer: Hydraulic trainer is used to build number of hydraulic circuit such as meter in circuit, meter out circuit, bleed off circuit, synchronizing of two cylinders, sequencing circuit etc. Pressure relief valve, 4/2, 4/3 lever operated Direction control valve, roller operated direction control valve are mounted on Hydraulic Trainer. Flow control valves like unidirectional, bidirectional. Needle valve are used to study speed control circuits.Double acting cylinders are mounted to facilitate hydraulic power. The Hydraulic trainer is a powerpack of different hydraulic components. Automation Studio software: Automation studio software is used to study animations of different hydraulic and pneumatic components. Inbuilt library provides variety of hydraulic and pneumatic components to study hydraulic and pneumatic circuits. Design of some practical applications in the area of hydraulic and pneumatics can be built and simulations are studied for different value of pressures and discharge with wide range of actuations of control valves.

Drawing Hall (117)

List of Equipment:
Drawing Hall consists of following equipment to fulfill requirements of Engineering Graphics.
Engineering graphics models: The engineering graphics model develops the accurate perspective required for engineering drawing. In every model, each view is painted with different colour leads to clear understanding of different views.
Adjustable drawing tables and boards: Adjustable drawing table which are specially designed to adjust the height of board from ground level as per the requirement ensures steady platform required for hassle free drawing experience to every student. With this facility student well able to gain practical knowledge of Engineering graphics- I which is important to develop imagination of physical objects to be represented on paper for Engineering communication also to develop manual drawing skill, drawing interpretation skill and to develop the physical realization of the dimension of an objects.

Laboratory In charge: V. R. Varude

MESCOE - NI LabVIEW Academy (505)




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LIst of Toppers


Sr. No.YearName of StudentPercentage (%) / CGPA
1 2021 Kadam Prasad Dilip 9.62 CGPA
2 2020 Kench Rushikesh 9.33 CGPA
3 2019 Jain Shubham 9.41 CGPA
4 2018 Gogate Kaustubh 83.07 %
5 2017 Pravanjan Malwadkar 78.47 %
6 2016 Amarnath Worty 80.33 %
7 2015 Gaurav Desai 77.07 %
8 2014 Shreyash Joshi 81.33 %
9 2013 Sahil Dange 77.66 %
10 2012 Tushar Tayade 80.07 %
11 2011 Khushroo Mistry 79.00 %
12 2010 Stefan Sangale 73.93 %
13 2009 Tanay Bankar 75.46 %
14 2008 Kaustubh Bhinge 75.40 %
15 2007 Aakash Pahwa 75.40%
16 2006 Taizoon Baker 72.99%
17 2005 Sarode Ashish 75.87%
18 2004 Amol Kshirsagar 71.40 %
19 2003 Niranjan Kolhe 71.10 %

Result Analysis

Projects done by our students

Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay

Collaboration From : 07-09-2020



  1. To promote the learning and usage of Free and Open Source Software, through an Audio-Video teaching tool.

Samarth Udyog Technology Forum Centre of Industry 4.0 (c4i4)

Collaboration From : 05-07-2019

Area of Collaboration


  1. To provide training to students on fundamentals of Industry 4.0 and practical training on developing smart machine
  2. To support students/faculty on research projects, start-ups and entrepreneurship in the domain of Industry 4.0

Simulation Lab

Collaboration From : 23-01-2019

Area of Collaboration


  1. To accelerate and excelling quality of research work across India.

ARK Infosolution Pvt. Ltd

Collaboration From : 23-08-2017

Area of Collaboration


  1. To provide qualified instructer; curriculum and imparts the respective course education to students.
  2. To provide NI Lab VIEW training to students

Mechatol Engineering Solutions

Collaboration From : 15-09-2017

Area of Collaboration


  1. To conduct training coureses for students in the field of Geometrical Tolerance & Dimensioning and Tolerance

KWATT Solution Pvt. Ltd

Collaboration From : 12-08-2016

Area of Collaboration


  1. To enhance the quality of educational experiences for students and faculties
  2. To create awareness and encourage people for solar areas.
  3. To expertise people in the field of upcoming solar generations.
  4. Make skilled solar engineers for huge careers opportunities in the solar fields

NI Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Collaboration From : 10-07-2015

Area of Collaboration


  1. To provide training to students and faculties.
  2. To encourage interdisciplinary project for UG and PG students
  3. To organise courses/ workshops/seminars on DAQ system


Collaboration From : 01-06-2015

Area of Collaboration


  1. Conducting training workshops for students in the field of sustainable building design and cooling technologies
  2. Identify and invite trainers to conduct sessions and site visits

ZEST Engineering Services and Technology

Collaboration From 30-09-2014

Area of Collaboration


  1. Counseling and career guidance for participants
  2. Assistance for campus placement
  3. Promotion of course outside MESCoE, Pune for participants from other colleges or industry
  4. Short term courses shall be conducted on advanced topics/ developments in the field of Automobile Design and CAD Development

Baker Gauges India Pvt.Ltd. Pune


Area of Collaboration

  1. Department of Mechanical Engineering has jointly started with BAKER GAUGES INDIA PVT. LTD, PUNE a metrology laborartory to meet industry specific gauging and dimensional measurement practices as well as research activity with the research center of MESCOE
  2. Laboratory shall be Titled " BAKER MESCOE metrology laborartory"
  3. BAKER GAUGES will organize technical demonstration on use of instruments, fixtures, gauging stations supplied to laboratory
  4. BAKER GAUGES will do free calibration of all instruments supplied to laboratory
  5. BAKER GAUGES will organize indutrial visits to two units of BGIPL once in year

IFS Academy, Pune


  1. Counseling and career guidance in the field of CFD for participants.
  2. Assistance for campus placement.
  3. Promotion of course outside MESCoE, Pune for participants from other colleges or industry.

Newsletter by Mechanical Department



Sr. No.Name of the FacultyPatents / Copyright DetailsDetails / Date of Publish
1 Dr. V. N. Chougule A system and method for development of patient specific path guidance tool 201621034738
2 Dr. V. N. Chougule A system and method for pre-surgical planning using non-invasive imaging techniques 201621034740
3 Dr. V. N. Chougule A generalized path guidance tool to assist in minimum invasive surgery of lumbar spine 201621042698