MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Program Details

About the department

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The Mechanical Engineering Department of GEC Valsad strives to be globally recognized for quality engineering education and research leading to well qualified engineers, academicians and researchers who are innovative, entrepreneurial and successful in achieving excellence in their field of study

Vision

  • To groom technically oriented and ethical mechanical engineers for the betterment of the society.

Mission

  • Imparting high quality technical education to the students and persuade them to solve real life engineering problems innovatively.
  • Accomplish excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities with a committed faculty through teaching which creates technically competent, ethical and dedicated mechanical engineers to serve society with pride. To motivate students to take part in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for their overall development.
  • Mould aspiring Mechanical Engineers to become at par with latest technology.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • Exhibit demonstrable attributes in lifelong learning to contribute to the societal needs.To start own chemical manufacturing venture.
  • Graduate will compete to pursue successful professional career in Mechanical Engineering and allied disciplines.
  • Graduates will pursue higher education for professional development and/or engage in continuous up gradation of their professional skills.

Program Specfic Outcome (PSOs)

  • An ability to perform technical research and innovation to serve the needs of society
  • The ability to make use of acquired technical knowledge for requirements of the organization with which they work after graduation.
  • An ability to effectively use latest CAD, CAM and Analysis software in the field of design and manufacturing.


Labs


Engineering Graphics & Design Lab (3110013)

Engineering Graphics & Design lab has been facilitated to visualize or imagine the technical statements and representations of technical designs.

Also learning facility has been provided by appropriate models of Plane scale, Planes, Solids, Section of solids, Developments of surfaces, Cycloids and Orthographic objects for students. 

Computer software has been installed in CAD Laboratory for learning of CAD design and commands.

The unique combination of technical skills and creative techniques used in the engineering graphics field prepares graduates for entry-level positions as designers, drafters and technicians in a variety of fields, including manufacturing, engineering, architecture and construction.

Drawing Table:-   60

Stool:-                60

List of Practical with LOs

  1. Practice Sheet:- Understand dimensioning techniques and importance of course.
  2. Loci of points (only sketch book):- Learn tracing of points with relative position and its importance in mechanism.
  3. Plane Scale and Diagonal Scale:- Learn measuring instruments and standards.
  4. Engineering Curves:- Learn types curves, it’s  applications and plotting techniques.
  5. Orthographic Projection:- To observe the object and represent all faces in 2D plane with understanding of angles with principle planes.
  6. Projection of Lines:- To understand the position of straight line with position of shadow and proper understanding of principle plans and inclinations with it.
  7. Projection of Planes:- To identify Plane shape and imagine the final position from the problem statement.
  8. Projection of Solid, Section of Solid And Development of Surfaces:- To imagine and plotting different solid objects’ shapes, opening faces and sectional views with reference to principle planes.
  9. Isometric Projection:-To generate geometry (3D) from the open faces with scale and exact dimension.
  10. Orthographic Drawing (Three Views) Using AutoCAD Commands:-To generate the geometry in computer software and explain the procedure and application of commands.

Practical manual Click here

List of Equipments

  1. Plane scale different shapes of planes
  2. Models of Different Solid objects
  3. CAD Lab is facilitated for computer aided applications of EG&D


This course studies the fundamentals and models of various types of boilers, boiler mountings and accessories, power transmission elements like gears, clutches, couplings and brakes and also include basic knowledge about pump and compressors. This lab gives clear idea about importance and working of this elements of mechanical engineering

Fluid mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering  refers to a broad engineering field that studies the fundamental behavior of fluids .The laboratory exercises outlined here are designed to assist the student in the investigation of fluid properties, application of flow measurement techniques, determination of turbo machinery characteristics, and application of conservation laws.                             

These laboratories are introduction to the use and operation of selected industry chicaneries, various machining operations, and basic skills on conventional machines, such as lathes, mills, shapers, grinders, and drill presses. The students also learn about various welding processes on different kind of materials along with safety recommendations in manufacturing processes to get skilled profession attitude which help them to be professional engineers.

This lab is to introduce the basic principles of heat and mass transfer with emphasis on their analysis and applications to practical engineering problems and also it is used for performing the Heat Transfer experiments to verify some of the theoretical learning in our class by experiments.

Mechanical engineers design, analyze, and manufacture new products and technologies. Theory of machines is a design-oriented subject which addresses the kinematics and dynamics of mechanisms with applications to linkage systems, reciprocating engines, automobile parts and industrial machinery. This lab transforms their basic theory knowledge into the practical approach.

The objective of the lab is to perform experiments which are related to engineering mechanics subject (Statics and Dynamics) in order to understand the behavior of different mechanical equipment which students study in theory.

Automobile engineering deals with designing, manufacturing new products, repairing, and servicing vehicles. It is indeed a sub-branch of mechanical engineering.It involves studying motor systems, design, technology and many more.

This course studies the fundamentals of how the design and operation of internal combustion engines affect their performance, operation, fuel requirements, and environmental impact. Topics include fluid flow, thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer and friction phenomena, and fuel properties, with reference to engine power, efficiency, and emissions. Students examine the design features and operating characteristics of different types of internal combustion engines: spark-ignition, diesel, stratified-charge, and mixed-cycle engines. Class includes lab project in the Engine Laboratory.

Computer-aided design (CAD) is the use of computer systems to assist in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. It  is used for industrial designing and also to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for manufacturing. CAD is an important industrial art extensively used in many applications, including automotive, shipbuilding, and aerospace industries, industrial and architectural design.


SANATKUMAR DAMANIA

Mr. SANATKUMAR DAMANIA

Associate Professor
 ALPESH PATEL

Mr. ALPESH PATEL

Assistant Professor
HEMISH VAIDYA

Mr. HEMISH VAIDYA

Assistant Professor
HEMALKUMAR LAKDAWALA

Mr. HEMALKUMAR LAKDAWALA

Assistant Professor

SANDIP PATEL

Mr. SANDIP PATEL

Assistant Professor
BHAVESHKUMAR PATEL

Mr. BHAVESHKUMAR PATEL

Assistant Professor
KEYURKUMAR TANDEL

Mr. KEYURKUMAR TANDEL

Assistant Professor
NAINESHKUMAR PATEL

Mr. NAINESHKUMAR PATEL

Assistant Professor

NILKUMAR PRAJAPATI

Mr. NILKUMAR PRAJAPATI

Assistant Professor
SHIRISH PATEL

Mr. SHIRISH PATEL

Assistant Professor
DHAVAL PATEL

Mr. DHAVAL PATEL

Assistant Professor
HEMANTCHANDRA PATEL

Mr. HEMANTCHANDRA PATEL

Assistant Professor

KUNALKUMAR CHAUDHARI

Mr. KUNALKUMAR CHAUDHARI

Assistant Professor
KRUNAL PATEL

Mr. KRUNAL PATEL

Assistant Professor
SNEHAL MAISURIA

Mr. SNEHAL MAISURIA

Assistant Professor
Nitinkumar Patel

Mr. Nitinkumar Patel

Assistant Professor

Manishkumar Mistry

Dr. Manishkumar Mistry

Assistant Professor
JUGALKUMAR PANCHAL

Mr. JUGALKUMAR PANCHAL

Assistant Professor
vimalchandra patel

Mr. vimalchandra patel

Assistant Professor
BHARAT PATEL

Mr. BHARAT PATEL

Assistant Professor

MEETA CHAUHAN

Miss. MEETA CHAUHAN

Assistant Professor
RAVIKUMAR ENGINEER

Mr. RAVIKUMAR ENGINEER

Assistant Professor
JENIP TANDEL

Mr. JENIP TANDEL

Assistant Professor