ICRTET - 2018
6th International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering & Technoloy
(May 30 & 31, 2018)
Organized by
SNJB's Late Sau Kantabai Bhavarlalji Jain College of Engineering, Chandwad, Maharashtra, India.

  • A Review Paper of Internet of Thing: Communication Protocol Ghanshyam Dhomse

    Abstract - IoT is very famous and interesting field now days for many researcher, every day device become most intelligent and smarter to make communication informative. But IoT field has required solving variety of question while doing research at different aspects of communication between the large numbers of heterogeneous smart devices to serve meaning purpose. Due to lack of overall communication protocol knowledge.

    A Review Paper of Internet of Thing: Communication Protocol

    Ghanshyam Dhomse

    A Review Paper of Internet of Thing: Communication Protocol

  • A load balancing model based on Cloud partitioning R.R.Bhandari, Reshma G. Suryavanshi, Madhuri S. Argade, Pooja M. Raut, Ankita S. Surana

    Abstract-In modern days cloud computing is one of the largest platform which provides storage of data in very low cost and available for all time over the internet. But the cloud computing has more critical issue like Security, load balancing. Cloud computing enable ubiquitous access shared pools of configurable resources like networks, servers, applications, storage and services.

    Cloud computing allows users and enterprises with various computing capabilities to store and process data and provide many services. Cloud computing is minimal management effort, efficient and reliable. Load balancing play an important role in distribution of workload across multiple resources like computers, CPUs, Network links. Load balancing aims to minimum resources use and maximum throughput.

    A load balancing model based on Cloud partitioning

    R.R.Bhandari, Reshma G. Suryavanshi, Madhuri S. Argade, Pooja M. Raut, Ankita S. Surana

    A load balancing model based on Cloud partitioning

  • Survey: Raspberry PI Techniques and Applications Harshal R. Khairnar, Yogita P. Shewale

    Abstract— In Recent Trend and fast data communication , Peoples uses and need larg volume data and fast internet speed,inexpensive Internet connection and fast paced software development, security has become more and more of an issue. Security is one of the basic requirements in today's world as any type of interaction and storage of data on the internet is becoming unassertive.

    Protecting the information access and data integrity are the basic security characteristics of computer security. A decoy based technology, Honeypot along with a Raspberry Pi makes network security cost effective and easy to implement. This paper is devoted to implement a Raspberry Pi based C in a network that will attract attackers by simulating vulnerabilities and poor security.

    Survey: Raspberry PI Techniques and Applications

    Harshal R. Khairnar, Yogita P. Shewale

    Harshal R. Khairnar, Yogita P. Shewale

  • A review: intelligent fertilizers & pesticide advisory system using IOT and android Mr. Kunal Sonawane, Mr. Abhishek Patil, Mr. Sandesh Nikam

    Abstract - As India is known for Agriculture. It is the main occupation in India Economy. Around 70 Percentage of Indian survive on the agriculture occupation. The farmer for high rates of crop use excess amounts of a parameter such as fertilizers, pesticides, and chemicals. This overuse of all parameters results in the depletion of the growth of crops. The climate also plays a crucial role in the cultivation of crops.

    A review: intelligent fertilizers & pesticide advisory system using IOT and android

    Mr. Kunal Sonawane, Mr. Abhishek Patil, Mr. Sandesh Nikam

    A review: intelligent fertilizers

  • All in one: farmer assistant system using machine learning algorithm Shraddha Dattatray Gangurde, Snehal Dilip Pagare, Prof. Pankaj Desai

    Abstract: Being an agrarian economy country, India is handling agricultural activities since ages. Agricultural system is cyclic in nature. The strong Climatic changes due to many reasons like global warming cause difficulty to understand climatic conditions. So the farmers unable to understand which crop to select by which the production will improve. The common problem existing among the Indian farmers are they don't choose the right crop based on statistical information about crop

    All in one: farmer assistant system using machine learning algorithm

    Shraddha Dattatray Gangurde, Snehal Dilip Pagare, Prof. Pankaj Desai

    All in one: farmer assistant system

  • Review of various grape diseases Kainjan Sanghavi, Dr. Mrs. A.M. Rajurkar

    Abstract - Grapevine is a foremost vegetative disseminated berry with high global socioeconomic prominence. It is vulnerable to numerous graft-transmitted agents that cause several diseases and extensive crop fatalities, decreasing fruit quality, plant strength, and also reduce the durability of vines. The vegetative transmission and frequent exchanges of propagative material within countries contribute to unfold these pathogens, esteeming the development of multifaceted diseases.

    Review of various grape diseases

    Kainjan Sanghavi, Dr. Mrs. A.M. Rajurkar

    Review of various grape diseases

  • Content Based Video Retrieval using Web Image of Specific Action Rajnor D.S

    Abstract-Now a day it’s very difficult to extract the specific videos with specific action from web. In my proposed system I am going to use the web action image for the Retrieval of corresponding videos shots. Here I am using Textual input at the search tool, first depending on the text enter in search tool we can extract the tag relevant videos of the specific action from the web, Simultaneously we can extract the web images of the specific action entered in the search tool.

    Then segment each video into the videos shots. After segmentation we will convert each video into separate bags of spatio temporal features [2] and apply visual ranking method to rank each video. On the web image I apply the pose let’s to identify human and Non-human action [1], then matching each images with the video shots. Now my expectations will be the most relevant videos as compare to previous work done.

    Content Based Video Retrieval using Web Image of Specific Action

    Rajnor D.S

    Content Based Video Retrieval

  • Context Aware Teaching Environment Prof. Nilesh S. Sonawane, Prof. Vinay N. Suryawanshi

    Abstract— The world is moving towards automation rapidly in day today activities. Teaching learning environment is not an exception for this. Classroom 2000 project is an attempt to study the impact of pervasive computing on teaching learning environment [1]. In this paper weare proposing a context aware system for automating the teaching process by identifying the contexts related to a teacher with respect to class room as an environment and a class room environment with respect to a teacher & students.

    An architecture of how contexts related to a teacher and class room as an environment to automate teaching process is suggested. This paper is divided into following sections as introduction to context and context aware system, Entities and Actions, Contexts in Context Aware Teaching Environment, Architecture of Context Aware Teaching Environment and conclusion.

    Context Aware Teaching Environment

    Prof. Nilesh S. Sonawane, Prof. Vinay N. Suryawanshi

    Prof. Nilesh S. Sonawane, Prof. Vinay N. Suryawanshi

  • Securing information on Cloud platform using Steganography Dipesh R. Agrawal

    Abstract - As, security is the biggest issue for the information which is stored or shared on cloud, because of heterogeneous – networks, hardware platforms, operating systems and user interfaces, used by end users and provided by service providers. Cloud computing works on different services and interactions between them, based on certain constraints between different stakeholders, as per need.

    Securing information on Cloud platform using Steganography

    Dipesh R. Agrawal

    Securing information on Cloud platform

  • Integrity proofes for de-duplication on hybrid cloud computing Prof. D. G. Sancheti

    Abstract: Data De-duplication can be used for eliminating duplicate data on cloud and is one of key data compression method. This helps to reduce the data storage space and save network bandwidth. To encrypt the data convergent encryption technique has been developed, and it also helps to preserve confidentiality of data .The differential privileges of users are further considered in duplicate check besides the data itself is different from traditional De-duplication systems.

    Integrity proofes for de-duplication on hybrid cloud computing

    Prof. D. G. Sancheti

    Integrity proofes for de-duplication

  • Design and Implementation of Single Page Application Based on AngularJS Prof. B. A. Khivsara, Mr. Umesh Khivsara

    Abstract - Now a days there are many MVC based frameworks are coming in market. AngularJS is a popular JavaScript MVC-based framework to construct single-page web applications at client side. In this paper, Healthy information includes large amount of continuity data, which will cause code redundancy, long development cycle etc. Problems if developer still using traditional method to develop user interface for healthy information system.

    Design and Implementation of Single Page Application Based on AngularJS

    Prof. B. A. Khivsara, Mr. Umesh Khivsara

    Design and Implementation of Single Page

  • Text recognition Using Convolutional Neural Network Prof.A.H.Kadam, Rutuja Medhekar, Anushree Chopde, Sijin Saji, Tejesh Shelake

    Abstract-Now a day it’s very difficult to extract the specific videos with specific action from web. In my proposed system I am going to use the web action image for the Retrieval of corresponding videos shots. Here I am using Textual input at the search tool, first depending on the text enter in search tool we can extract the tag relevant videos of the specific action from the web, Simultaneously we can extract the web images of the specific action entered in the search tool.

    Then segment each video into the videos shots. After segmentation we will convert each video into separate bags of spatio temporal features [2] and apply visual ranking method to rank each video. On the web image I apply the pose let’s to identify human and Non-human action [1], then matching each images with the video shots. Now my expectations will be the most relevant videos as compare to previous work done.

    Text recognition Using Convolutional Neural Network

    Prof.A.H.Kadam, Rutuja Medhekar, Anushree Chopde, Sijin Saji, Tejesh Shelake

    Text recognition Using Convolutional

  • IOT Based Smart Irrigation System (Internet of Farming) Rajiv R Bhandari, Khushbu S. Bafana, Nilam P. Bafna, Divya S. Bhansali, Ujwala J. Pagar

    Abstract— India is the country of agriculture which plays an important role for developmentof country. In India there are near about 80% people who work as farmers.The irrigation plays important role in Indian agriculture field .The existing system was providing option of missed call and message alert, but the drawback of this previous system was if it did not have any network in mobile it will not work until and unless the network is available.

    if the mobile get damaged then user need to re-install the complete system again, which was cost consuming. The main purpose of this system is to improve the agriculture by enhancing the technology using Wireless Sensor technology. The proposed system will be based on android application which will help the farmer to manage the farming resources. Android, Wireless Sensor networks and IOT plays a major role in Smart agriculture.

    IOT Based Smart Irrigation System (Internet of Farming)

    Rajiv R Bhandari, Khushbu S. Bafana, Nilam P. Bafna, Divya S. Bhansali, Ujwala J. Pagar

    Rajiv R Bhandari, Khushbu S. Bafana

  • Multiuser display board using gsm module Parag Achaliya, Bhushan Chhajed, Swapnil Kakulate, Dipali Mahajan, Vijaya Thakare

    Abstract - In this proposed system the idea of Multiuser display board using GSM module. So our main aim is reach up to common people and reduces the paper work and time. The admin adds the users and those users only send message to the display board. In this paper are trying to implement our system in such a way that the message come from authorized users and it’s to first send to GSM module and then GSM module send to Arduino kit and then it sends to display board.

    Multiuser display board using gsm module

    Parag Achaliya, Bhushan Chhajed, Swapnil Kakulate, Dipali Mahajan, Vijaya Thakare

    Multiuser display board using gsm module

  • Advancement in credit application fraud detection using biometric attributes Amol Jagdish Shakadwipi

    Abstract: Due to market uncertainties, declining economic growth and significant growth of online e-commerce makes fraud widespread. Rapid advancement in the electronic commerce technology, the use of credit cards has increased. As credit card becomes the most popular mode of payment for both online as well as regular purchase, cases of credit card fraud also rising. The applications for these credit cards are based on internet.

    Advancement in credit application fraud detection using biometric attributes

    Amol Jagdish Shakadwipi

    Advancement in credit application

  • IOT based Electricity Theft Detection Nilam S. Khairnar, Rahul S. Khairnar

    Abstract - We can’t imagine today’s life without electricity, almost all the things, equipments and appliances we are using in day to day life are using electric power to run smoothly. Solar energy is the alternative but is has some limitations like environmental changes, high initial cost etc. So from rural to urban and from domestic to industrial areas the use of electricity is increased but with the power theft hand in hand. So the solution can be -A smart energy meter.

    IOT based Electricity Theft Detection

    Nilam S. Khairnar, Rahul S. Khairnar

    IOT based Electricity Theft Detection

  • Smart Healthcare system using IOT and Secured wireless technology embedded with pace maker for remote monitoring Mrs.S.V.Sinha, Ms.Y.K.Desai

    Abstract-This paper describes the design and implementation of a wireless remote monitoring system for patients with temporary cardiac pacemakers using IOT where doctors can get notification about patients heart rate and doctor can send immediate message to concerned patient about his increasing heart rate which can be fatal if not controlled at that instant also patients can also control their heart rate immediately by taking specific precautions suggested by doctor.

    The system is built around a low power cardiac pacemaker with wireless data transmission capability, used for patient monitoring. Basically we are using IOT around this system for doctors and patients Doctors can remotely monitor the patient’s heart rate when notifications are received .Also doctors will take remote follow-up about patients As pace maker is already implanted to control the heart rate.

    Smart Healthcare system using IOT and Secured wireless technology embedded with pace maker for remote monitoring

    Mrs.S.V.Sinha, Ms.Y.K.Desai

    Smart Healthcare system using IOT

  • Computer Laboratory Automation Using Internet of Things Parag Narendra Achaliya, Santosh Baburao Mahale

    Abstract— Internet of Things (IOT) is a platform for automating user activities in the society with the help of machines. It brings ordinary change in our professional as well as personal life. Today, IOT is being executed everywhere which is of human concern like smart city, smart environment, security, smart agriculture, home automation, etc.

    In this paper, an idea of automating Computer Laboratory is being proposed. Automating will be controlling lights, fans, computer systems available in the laboratory. An android app will monitor all these things remotely using Internet. IndexTerms -Internet of Things, smart city, smart environment, security, smart business process, smart agriculture, home automation, healthcare.

    Computer Laboratory Automation Using Internet of Things

    Parag Narendra Achaliya, Santosh Baburao Mahale

    Parag Achaliya, Santosh Mahale

  • Smart Water Management System based on IOT Ms. Yogita K. Desai, Mrs. Swati V. Sinha

    Abstract - Now a days, lack of water resources is the major problem . According to Greenpeace report (July 2017), India is more water-starved nation, by 2050 India become the most populous country and having only 4 percent of total world’s water resources. Overall rise in requirement of water has been a foremost dispute in front of the world. Importance should be given to organization and conservation of the resources.

    Smart Water Management System based on IOT

    Ms. Yogita K. Desai, Mrs. Swati V. Sinha

    Smart Water Management System based on IOT

  • Speech Emotion Recognition In Marathi Language Using Deep Belief Network For Robotics Application Ms.M.D.Kawade, Mr.A.S.Ufade

    Abstract: For a Robot to Plan their actions autonomously and interact with people, recognizing their emotion is crucial & required. Emotions have always been known to play a very important and complex part in human behavior. For affective human-robot interaction, In the proposed method, emotion will be classified into Common or Basic classes: Angry, sad, happy, & neutral .Some uncommon classes are: Antipathy (feeling of intense dislike), approved, attention, prohibition.

    Speech Emotion Recognition In Marathi Language Using Deep Belief Network For Robotics Application

    Ms.M.D.Kawade, Mr.A.S.Ufade

    Speech Emotion Recognition In Marathi

  • Detection of grapes Disease(Downy Mildew)Based On IOT and Image Processing Daksha Mutha, Monika Kothari, Lakisha Jain, Dr. Mahesh Sanghavi

    Abstract - Become an agricultural country, 70 percent population of India depends on agriculture. Information and communication technology is placed a main role in agriculture sector. India is an agro-based economy hence farmers experience a lot of problem in detecting and preventing diseases. So there is a necessity in detecting diseases which proves to be effective and convenient for researchers.

    Detection of grapes Disease(Downy Mildew)Based On IOT and Image Processing

    Daksha Mutha, Monika Kothari, Lakisha Jain, Dr. Mahesh Sanghavi

    Detection of grapes Disease

  • A Comparative Study of Various Load Balancing Strategies for Performance Analysis in Distributed System Mr. VipinWani

    Abstract-A distributed system is a collection of computing and communication resources shared by multiple active users. In this environment, a number of nodes or workstations or computers are linked through a communication network to form a large distributed computing system. When the demand for computing resources increases, the load balancing problem becomes important.

    The problems of load balancing in distributed system are most important and challenging area of research in computer engineering. This paper focuses on the problem of transparent redistributing the load of the system among its nodes so that overall performance is maximized. We discuss various key issues in load distributing for general-purpose systems, including the needs, strategies of load-distribution and load distribution policies.

    A Comparative Study of Various Load Balancing Strategies for Performance Analysis in Distributed System

    Mr. VipinWani

    A Comparative Study of Various Load

  • A Novel Precision Bound Sliding Fixed Window Mechanism For Data Streaming Privacy Achari Janhavi, Kulkarni Aishwarya ,Gadakh Monali, Ambre Prajakta, Prof. G. D. Puri

    Abstract— In Access Control Mechanisms (ACM) and Privacy Protection Mechanisms (PPM) protect sensitive information from unauthorized users. The access control for a data stream allows us to access the database under Role Based Access Control (RBAC) policy that satisfies an authorized predicate sliding-window query. A PPM can use generalization of relational data to anonymize and satisfy privacy requirements such as k-anonymity and l-diversity.

    Generalization can reduce the delay in publishing of stream data through imprecision bound. Delay in sharing the data stream leads to false negatives i.e., it satisfies the sliding window query at the time instance of query evaluation. Access control policy is defined for the imprecision bound for each query. To optimize the delay in publishing the stream data is the most difficult task for Privacy Protection Mechanism.

    A Novel Precision Bound Sliding Fixed Window Mechanism For Data Streaming Privacy

    Achari Janhavi, Kulkarni Aishwarya ,Gadakh Monali, Ambre Prajakta, Prof. G. D. Puri

    Achari Janhavi, Kulkarni Aishwarya

  • An outline of Tools and Technologies used for Big Data Analytics Khyati R. Nirmal, Dr. M.R.Sanghavi

    Abstract - To bring about the recent necessities of Big Data thousands of Big Data Tools and Technologies are out today. As per the skill set and the task one should choose the promising one. The contribution of these tools and technologies is notified at all 5 Vs (Volume, Velocity, Variety, Veracity, and Value) of Big Data. As per their roles, the tools and technologies are categorized in various aspects like Data Collection.

    An outline of Tools and Technologies used for Big Data Analytics

    Khyati R. Nirmal, Dr. M.R.Sanghavi

    An outline of Tools and Technologies

  • Detection Of Communities On Social Network Using Frequnt Pattern Mining On Incremental Data Ms.Suchita Aniruddha.Chavan, Dr.Nandini Mukund Choudhari

    Abstract: Billion's of User are using online Social Networks like Facebook, Twitter, Blogs,Apps, etc and this creates a Huge amount of Information. As per market concern for Advertisement, sales, purchase, to target specific community from this social network gives high benefits. Identification of the people's behavior from their usage of internet have become a challenging task to recognized specific community from the social network.

    Detection Of Communities On Social Network Using Frequnt Pattern Mining On Incremental Data

    Ms.Suchita Aniruddha.Chavan, Dr.Nandini Mukund Choudhari

    Detection Of Communities On Social Network

  • Mobile Based Drowsiness Detection System Prof.Amit R. Bramhecha, Prof.Nilesh V Sharma

    Abstract - Drowsiness is called as the state between when a person is awake and sleep. The Drowsiness condition is the reason of so many accidents which are happening on the roads. When the driver is in the drowsiness condition his/her reaction time is always a slower his/her attentiveness is almost reduced and his/her brain is not functioning properly. The purpose of such a system is to perform detection of driver’s eye when the driver is fatigue.

    Mobile Based Drowsiness Detection System

    Prof.Amit R. Bramhecha, Prof.Nilesh V Sharma

    Mobile Based Drowsiness Detection System

  • A survey on various challenges in cloud computing and effective techniques Santosh B.Mahale, Parag N.Achaliya

    Abstract-Cloud computing is a new computational model, Cloud computing services to users as per their parameters like information or emails; it will access through them via web. This paper is for anyone who will have recently know the cloud computing. During this paper, we described Cloud Computing, & its architecture, Characteristics of Cloud Computing, and different Services and Deployment model of Cloud Computing & Different types of techniques.

    A survey on various challenges in cloud computing and effective techniques

    Santosh B.Mahale, Parag N.Achaliya

    cloud computing and effective techniques

  • Roll of MOOC in Indian Education System Dipesh R. Agrawal

    Abstract— MOOC is the cheapest and most flexible technique or a way to get on demand and online education from anywhere throughout the world, available for anyone, who want to gain knowledge and earn a recognized certificate, diploma, or degree, without attending formal classes and without taking admission to the traditional universities and colleges. It is a platform that provides the best and quality education from all over the world to every single person.

    Roll of MOOC in Indian Education System

    Dipesh R. Agrawal

    Roll of MOOC in Indian Education System

  • An Automated Question Paper Generation Tool based on Course Outcomes and Bloom’s Taxonomy Using Natural Language Processing Raina Bafna, Pratibha Nikam

    Abstract - The Outcome Based Education (OBE) system is rapidly emerging nowadays. To meet the needs of OBE, it is necessary to design the Question papers of engineering students that fulfills all the course outcomes and all levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, from remembering to creating. To design a question paper that fulfills all these criteria is a tedious task. Hence, the proposed system uses a natural language processing algorithm to extract keywords from the question bank.

    An Automated Question Paper Generation Tool based on Course Outcomes and Bloom’s Taxonomy Using Natural Language Processing

    Raina Bafna, Pratibha Nikam

    An Automated Question Paper Generation

  • Smart Bus System Aakash Walke, Pooja Patil, Mrunal Bachhav, Mahesh Sanghavi

    Abstract: In the daily life cycle of work in bus system, the many problem face by system due to this is affected to traffic congestion, delays, irregular bus dispatching times, the increased waiting time make public transport unattractive for passengers, the smart bus system uses different technologies to track the location of bus in running time and by this information to prediction of bus arrivals time at bus stops, when this information is send to passengers.

    Smart Bus System

    Aakash Walke, Pooja Patil, Mrunal Bachhav, Mahesh Sanghavi

    Smart Bus System

  • A Review: Face Recognition Algorithms Mr. P.S. Desai, Mr. Gautam M. Lodha

    Abstract - Face Recognition has always been a fascinating research area. It has drawn the attention of many researchers because of its various potential applications such as security systems, entertainment, criminal identification etc. The purpose of this paper was to produce a review of the face detection and face recognition literature as comprehensive as possible.

    A Review: Face Recognition Algorithms

    Mr. P.S. Desai, Mr. Gautam M. Lodha

    A Review: Face Recognition Algorithms

  • A combined approach of IOT and image processing for the detection of Bacteria Blight disease on Pomegranate K. M. Sanghavi, Sarita N. Bagul, Mayuri M. Ambure, Vaishali R. Pote

    Abstract-Now a days the disease Bacterial Blight which is caused by "Xanthomonas Axonopodis PV. Punicae" is growing rapidly day by day in pomegranate cultivation. This is fungal bacteria and caused by many parameters like environment, air, humidity, temperature. It causes heavy losses in production quality and quantity each year, especially in climates with rainfall and high temperature.

    A combined approach of IOT and image processing for the detection of Bacteria Blight disease on Pomegranate

    K. M. Sanghavi, Sarita N. Bagul, Mayuri M. Ambure, Vaishali R. Pote

    IOT and image processing

  • Railway Ticket Checking System P.N.Achaliya, Kanchan Garud, Rakshanda Niphade, Sonali Ghumare, Monali Bhoknal

    Abstract— The Railway Ticket Checking System in India is done through one alternatives. The individual ticket gets checked by the Ticket Collector (TC). The TC supposed to go all passenger to see their ticket, check their PRN number in the list he has. This is the manual process where time required for ticket checking. All the passenger tickets not get checked by using this traditional system. We want to design an application which will help to TC to check the ticket.

    Railway Ticket Checking System

    P.N.Achaliya, Kanchan Garud, Rakshanda Niphade, Sonali Ghumare, Monali Bhoknal

    Railway Ticket Checking System

  • Smart Cloth Shop Smart Cloth Shop Mahesh Joshi, Nikhl Agrawal, Sagar Nagarkar, Tejas Suryawanshi

    Abstract - Mobile computing involves mobile communication, mobile hardware, and mobile software. Every one want to access each an every application on mobile nowadays. Our goal is to develop a web application and mobile application that would be attractive enough, have a professional look and user friendly. Such that people of all age groups would be its end users.We are developing an E-commerce site so that our User can access his/her ecommerce product, purchase it.

    Smart Cloth Shop Smart Cloth Shop

    Mahesh Joshi, Nikhl Agrawal, Sagar Nagarkar, Tejas Suryawanshi

    Smart Cloth Shop Smart Cloth Shop

  • Credit Based Result Analysis System By Extracting Data From Pdf Bhushan Dashpute, Vaskar Priyanka, Jadhav Karina, Ms. Yogita Desai

    Abstract: Current exam activities are mostly done on paper. Automated solution using this system covering the most important drawbacks of manual system, namely speed, and simplicity. The proposed system is focused on creating a Credit Based Result Analysis System by Extracting Data from PDF. The manual method of students' academic result processing was found to be tedious, especially when carried out for a large number of students.

    Credit Based Result Analysis System By Extracting Data From Pdf

    Bhushan Dashpute, Vaskar Priyanka, Jadhav Karina, Ms. Yogita Desai

    Credit Based Result Analysis System

  • Automatic Pothol Detection And Notification System Suchita Chavan, Mrunal Wagh, Archana Ushir,Kalyani Aher, Shivani Sonawane

    Abstract - One of the major problems in developing countries is maintenance of roads. Well maintained roads contribute a major portion to the country’s economy. Identification of pavement distress such as potholes not only helps drivers to avoid accidents or vehicle damages, but also helps authorities to maintain roads. This system provides previous pothole detection methods that have been developed and proposes a cost-effective solution to identify the potholes.

    Automatic Pothol Detection And Notification System

    Suchita Chavan, Mrunal Wagh, Archana Ushir,Kalyani Aher, Shivani Sonawane

    Automatic Pothol Detection And Notification System

  • Balloon Transport of Domestic Water Mayur Bora, Rachana Bumb, Sharda Pawar, Mahesh Sanghavi

    Abstract-Water is one of the most important part of life on Earth. It comes under basic need of every individual. If there was no water, there would be no Life. There are many ways in which we can collect water: Surface water, rivers, lakes, springs, rock catchment areas, excavated dams, bores, wells, artesian bores. But sometimes, lack of water isn’t the problem but the major difficulty is in reaching the nearest source of water.

    Balloon Transport of Domestic Water

    Mayur Bora, Rachana Bumb, Sharda Pawar, Mahesh Sanghavi

    Balloon Transport of Domestic Water

  • Smart Log Management using Secured Cloud Rendering System Priti C. Darange, Prof. N. R. Wankhade

    Abstract— Secure maintenance of log records for the long duration is a need of several organizations for their smooth and desirable performance. Logging process & Integrity of various log files requires assurance at every period of time. Most of log files are associated with significant information therefore to maintain their security, privacy and secrecy is very important. But structures of most of the existing logging system are complex and costlier.

    Smart Log Management using Secured Cloud Rendering System

    Priti C. Darange, Prof. N. R. Wankhade

    Smart Log Management

  • Optimize Transmission of 2D Data over Integrated Mobile WiMAX and WiLAN Network Abhay Wagh, Prof. Dr. Wankhede V. A.

    Abstract - The problem of multiuser downlink resource allocation in Mobile WiMAX system was studied. Three different network scenarios considered for the transmission of image data. Resource allocation done using Active Set Optimization and Genetic Algorithm for all the three network scenarios. Simulation results show that information fed back and association among subcarriers play vital role to improve system performance.

    Optimize Transmission of 2D Data over Integrated Mobile WiMAX and WiLAN Network

    Abhay Wagh, Prof. Dr. Wankhede V. A.

    Optimize Transmission of 2D Data

  • Review on the Technical Challenges of Micro-Grid System Mr. Amol S. Parakhe, Mr. Suyash S. Datir

    Abstract: This paper presents many technical issues and shortcomings confronted in micro-grids. The objective of this paper is to presents the current status and state of the art of microgrid system as well as the barriers that are being encountered for their integration to the network. It discusses the technical challenges involved in grid integration of micro-grids and highlights some aspects of stability in microgrids.

    Review on the Technical Challenges of Micro-Grid System

    Mr. Amol S. Parakhe, Mr. Suyash S. Datir

    Technical Challenges of Micro-Grid System

  • Removal of various Noises in Images and Videos Using FPGA Mr. Pawar Ganesh S, Mr. Rajdeep Geete, Mr. Sushilkumar Thakare

    Abstract - Here we are presenting various algorithms for high-density salt and pepper noise removal in images and in videos too. During transmission of images over channel, images can behampered or corrupted by salt and pepper noise, impulse noise. We have to remove these noises then only faithful reception/recovery can be guaranteed. In such type of noise, where the noisy pixels can take only the maximum or minimum values.

    Removal of various Noises in Images and Videos Using FPGA

    Mr. Pawar Ganesh S, Mr. Rajdeep Geete, Mr. Sushilkumar Thakare

    Removal of various Noises in Images

  • A Literature Survey on Character Recognition of Indian Scripts for New Researchers Prof. Bamb Kalpesh K, Prof. Tated K.S, Prof. Mutha H.H., Prof. Chopda P.P.

    Abstract-After the printed character recognition handwritten character recognition is always a leading area of research in the field of pattern recognition. Even though, sufficient studies have performed in foreign scripts like Arabic, Chinese and Japanese, only a very few work can be traced for handwritten character recognition mainly for the south Indian, Devanagari scripts. OCR system development for Indian script has many application areas like banking, libraries.

    A Literature Survey on Character Recognition of Indian Scripts for New Researchers

    Prof. Bamb Kalpesh K, Prof. Tated K.S, Prof. Mutha H.H., Prof. Chopda P.P.

    A Literature Survey on Character Recognition

  • FPGA Implementation of Data Hiding In Images Prof. Chopda Priyanka, Prof. Pawar Ganesh, Prof. Bamb Kalpesh

    Abstract— It is the process of embedding data within the domain of another data, this data can be text, image, audio, or video contents. The embedded watermark can be visible or invisible (hidden in such a way that it cannot be retrieved without knowing the extraction algorithm) to the human eye, specified secret keys are taken into consideration in order to enhance the security of the hidden data.

    FPGA Implementation of Data Hiding In Images

    Prof. Chopda Priyanka, Prof. Pawar Ganesh, Prof. Bamb Kalpesh

    FPGA Implementation of Data Hiding In Images

  • Smart Reporting and Announcement System For Public Transportation Neha Mahajan, Neetu Kumari, Pavan Pangavhane, Prof. Pravin Dhulekar

    Abstract - In today’s bus transportation system, at every bus terminal driver has to get in and out from the bus to report bus number, bus arrival-departure timing, and information about further stop to terminal controller. This process consumes minimum 4-5 minutes for each stop that results in unnecessary wastage of time. Also many times passengers are unable to get the accurate information of arrivals & departures of buses.

    Smart Reporting and Announcement System For Public Transportation

    Neha Mahajan, Neetu Kumari, Pavan Pangavhane, Prof. Pravin Dhulekar

    Smart Reporting and Announcement System

  • Convloutional Neural Network To Automatic Quality Assessment Of Echocardiography In Apical Four Chamber Ms.Apurva Rajaram Randive, Mrs.G.J.Chhajed

    Abstract: Neural network has been evolving day by day with many features. The core of the neural networks lies in the interaction between the neurons in the hidden layer. The neurons interact with each other by considering the weight between them. There are many applications in which neural network can be practiced. This system has implemented Convolution Neural Networks in medical science.

    Convloutional Neural Network To Automatic Quality Assessment Of Echocardiography In Apical Four Chamber

    Ms.Apurva Rajaram Randive, Mrs.G.J.Chhajed

    Convloutional Neural Network To Automatic Quality

  • Deserted Object Detection by Means of Temporal Consistency Modeling Dhananjay J. Pawar, Ramprasad M. Gawande, Manoj A. Mechkul, Aaditya A. Jain

    Abstract: This paper presents an effective approach for recognizing Abandonedluggage in observation Surveillance. We join short-and long term establishment models to focus on nearer perspective of items, where each pixel in a data picture is named a 2 bit code. In this way, we familiarize a structure with perceived static frontal zones in light of the common move of code outlines, and to make sense of if the candidate areas contain Abandoned Objects.

    Deserted Object Detection by Means of Temporal Consistency Modeling

    Dhananjay J. Pawar, Ramprasad M. Gawande, Manoj A. Mechkul, Aaditya A. Jain

    Deserted Object Detection by Means

  • Detection & Management of Traffic Congestion Using VANET Mr. Avinash N.Pawar, Dr. R.K.Agrawal, Dr.Abhay E. Wagh

    Abstract - Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANET) may be the option for avoiding traffic congestion and accidents on Indian roads. This which provides IEEE 802.11p based wireless communication between vehicles to vehicles and vehicles to infrastructure which operates on the short range communication, frequency band of 5.85-5.925 GHz. Such types of communication system allow vehicles to share various information like traffic safety, vehicles speed, and position.

    Detection & Management of Traffic Congestion Using VANET

    Mr. Avinash N.Pawar, Dr. R.K.Agrawal, Dr.Abhay E. Wagh

    Detection & Management of Traffic Congestion

  • Automatic Driving LicenseTest System Using Fingerprint Authentication for RTO Deshmukh Aishwarya,Bhamare Bhagyashri, Niphade Madhuri, Prof. Hon Y.S, Prof. Memane S.B

    Abstract-The surveys conducted by international finance corporation imply that most of the road accidents on road are happened because of improper knowledge about how to drive thevehicle. So the concept of this project is to test the driving skills of a new driver while giving a driving test. For this we have provided a hardware and android integration. We will be able to generate the real time result.

    Automatic Driving LicenseTest System Using Fingerprint Authentication for RTO

    Deshmukh Aishwarya,Bhamare Bhagyashri, Niphade Madhuri, Prof. Hon Y.S, Prof. Memane S.B

    Automatic Driving License Test System

  • Attendance Recording System and Analysis Tejashri P. Suryawanshi, Prof. M. A. Mechkul

    Abstract— For recording student’s attendance, conventional methods are still adopted in many institutions, where the faculty call out the student names/roll number one by one and mark their presence or absence in an attendance register. The whole semester/year attendance is enter din the attendance register and at the end of the entire session; the attendance percentage reports are generated.

    Attendance Recording System and Analysis

    Tejashri P. Suryawanshi, Prof. M. A. Mechkul

    Attendance Recording System and Analysis

  • Real Time Vehicle License Plate Recognition Rahul A. Chavhan, Dr. R. K. Agrawal

    Abstract - Real time Automatic License Plate Recognition system for vehicles plays an important role in Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). It is an important area of image processing which has numerous commercial applications. On Indian roads there are variety of number plate formats and variety of fonts are used in vehicles. In this dissertation, a smart, simple and efficient algorithm which is mainly designed for Indian license plate recognition.

    Real Time Vehicle License Plate Recognition

    Rahul A. Chavhan, Dr. R. K. Agrawal

    Real Time Vehicle License Plate Recognition

  • Contrast Modification In Image Using Fuzzy Based Methodology Rajdeep Geete, Ganesh Pawar, Sushilkumar Thakare

    Abstract: The aim of image enhancement is to improve the interpretability or perception of information in images for human viewers, or to provide „better‟ input for other automated image processing techniques. Fuzzy techniques can manage the vagueness and ambiguity efficiently (an image can be represented as fuzzy set). Fuzzy logic is a powerful tool to represent and process human knowledge in form of fuzzy if-then rules.

    Contrast Modification In Image Using Fuzzy Based Methodology

    Rajdeep Geete, Ganesh Pawar, Sushilkumar Thakare

    Contrast Modification In Image Using Fuzzy

  • Image Variant Face Recognition System Miss. Swati. B. Memane

    Abstract - Biometrics is an automatic method of recognizing a person based on his physiological characteristic. Face recognition system (FRS) is an emerging field in biometrics. FRS can be used for identifying a person in highly secured areas as well as where person authentication is required; it is one of the best methods because face structure cannot be copied like a password.

    Image Variant Face Recognition System

    Miss. Swati. B. Memane

    Image Variant Face Recognition System

  • Bayesian Approach for Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Mr. Anant R. More, Dr. Wankhede Vishal A., Dr. M.S.G. Prasad

    Abstract-with increasing demand of spectrum, it is necessary to increase the utilization of spectrum. Detection of primary signal in spectrum is one of the most challenging problems for proper communication. Cognitive radio is used for accurately detection of primary signal and increasing the utilization of spectrum. With previous data that the primary user (PU) is idle in spectrum and primary signals are digitally modulated.

    Bayesian Approach for Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio

    Mr. Anant R. More, Dr. Wankhede Vishal A., Dr. M.S.G. Prasad

    Bayesian Approach for Spectrum Sensing

  • Design of Low Pass Filter for Ultra Wide Applications Using Metamaterial Structures Nilesh M. Kurhe, Dr.R.P.Labade

    Abstract— This paper presents the design of low pass filter by using metamaterial structure. The metamaterial structure is used for size reduction purpose. The proposed filter covers whole ultra wide band hence it can be used for front end device for UWB components. The characteristics of low pass filter are analyzed by S-parameter graph and VSWR graph which is obtained by simulating the design in CST simulation software.

    Design of Low Pass Filter for Ultra Wide Applications Using Metamaterial Structures

    Nilesh M. Kurhe, Dr.R.P.Labade

    Design of Low Pass Filter for Ultra Wide

  • Fuzzy Whale Fusion model for MRI multimodal image fusion Patil Hanmant Venkatrao, Shirbahadurkar Suresh D.

    Abstract - Medical treatment and diagnosis require information from several modalities of images like MRI, CT and so on. The image fusion schemes provide combined information of these images. This paper proposes a hybrid algorithm using fuzzy concept and novel P-Whale algorithm, called Fuzzy Whale Fusion, for the fusion of MRI multimodal images. Two multimodal images from MRI (T1, T1C, T2, FLAIR) are considered as the source images, which are fed as inputs to the wavelet transform.

    Fuzzy Whale Fusion model for MRI multimodal image fusion

    Patil Hanmant Venkatrao, Shirbahadurkar Suresh D.

    Fuzzy Whale Fusion model for MRI multimodal image fusion

  • Cofe2O4 Thin Films for Super Capacitor Applications V.A.Jundale, D.A.Patil, Abhijit A. Yadav

    Abstract: This paper presents overview on CoFe2O4 thin films as electrode for electrochemical supercapacitor applications. Supercapacitor, have been known for Energy storage device. Storage capacity in the form energy density and power density depends upon the material which are to be used for fabrication of Electrode. So Commonly investigated materials as Electrode for supercapacitor are cobalt ferrite.

    Cofe2O4 Thin Films for Super Capacitor Applications

    V.A.Jundale, D.A.Patil, Abhijit A. Yadav

    Cofe2O4 Thin Films for Super Capacitor Applications

  • FPGA based implementation of SDR transceiver Yogita S Hon, Vaishali Baste

    Abstract - Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) based transceiver is purely a new kind of digital implementation of transceiver in Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform. This replaces a multiple platform based system with a single platform. It guarantees reliable, reconfigurable, handy transmitter and receiver. A high-level programming language is used to simulate and implement system in real time.

    FPGA based implementation of SDR transceiver

    Yogita S Hon, Vaishali Baste

    FPGA based implementation of SDR transceiver

  • BER Improvement of DS-CDMA System under AWGN and Rayleigh Fading channel with various Spreading Codes Rajendrakumar Govinda Zope, Dr.Devendra N. Kyatanavar

    Abstract-In a wireless mobile communication system, a signal can travel from transmitter to receiver over multiple reflective paths; this phenomenon is referred to as multipath propagation. The distortion of signals caused by multipath is known as fading. This multipath propagation causes the signal at the receiver to distort and fade significantly, decreasing signal to noise ratio hence leading to higher bite error rate.

    BER Improvement of DS-CDMA System under AWGN and Rayleigh Fading channel with various Spreading Codes

    Rajendrakumar Govinda Zope, Dr.Devendra N. Kyatanavar

    BER Improvement of DS-CDMA System

  • Android Operated Human Detection Robot Hire Sakshi N., More Sonal R, Thakare Priyanka D

    Abstract— Disaster sites may be complex and hazardous to be reached for rescue and there are a great threat and risk linked to rescue workers and survivors trapped in such accidental sites. These disasters can disrupt economic and social balance of the society and this can be categorized into natural and human induced disasters. Natural disasters include floods, storms, cyclones, bush fire earthquakes etc. Whereas human induced disasters include bomb explosion.

    Android Operated Human Detection Robot

    Hire Sakshi N., More Sonal R, Thakare Priyanka D

    Android Operated Human Detection Robot

  • A Review on Use of Wireless Sensor Network for Pest Control in Agricultural Field Manoj A. Mechkul, Aditya A. Jain, Dhananjay J. Pawar, Ramprasad M. Gawande

    Abstract - As on today, numerous innovations are developing on keen agriculture. Increase in production is the main aim of new era agriculture. To increase the production use of chemicals in farming is a practice since very long time. But it reduces quality of the agricultural products. Today the nourishment stuffs are bound with chemicals and unsafe deposits of pesticides and anti-infection agents. On account of this numerous incessant sicknesses are on the ascent.

    A Review on Use of Wireless Sensor Network for Pest Control in Agricultural Field

    Manoj A. Mechkul, Aditya A. Jain, Dhananjay J. Pawar, Ramprasad M. Gawande

    A Review on Use of Wireless Sensor Network

  • Design And Analysis of Compact Multiband Double Inverted TFractal antenna with Enhanced Bandwidth for WLAN Wi-Fi and WiMAX Applications Prof.S.S.Gagre , Miss.F.R.Inamdar

    Abstract: This paper proposes a new design approach for Multiband coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed double inverted T Shape fractal patch antenna which generates two wide resonant frequency bands for -10-dB S11 bandwidth to cover WLAN(2.4GHz),WiMAX(3.30GHz) and Wi-Fi(5.50GHz) simultaneously. To achieve multiband operation, a second-iterative fractal-radiating patch is printed on a single substrate layer and a CPW structure is used to feed this antenna.

    Design And Analysis of Compact Multiband Double Inverted TFractal antenna with Enhanced Bandwidth for WLAN Wi-Fi and WiMAX Applications

    Prof.S.S.Gagre , Miss.F.R.Inamdar

    Design And Analysis of Compact Multiband

  • Design and Analysis of Compact Fractal Patch antenna with Enhanced Bandwidth and Harmonic Suppression for WiMAX Applications Dr.Rekha Labade, Kshitija Sanap

    Abstract - A single-layer a compact fractal patch antenna with capabilities of both bandwidth enhancement and harmonic suppression is proposed. For this purpose, a pair of λ/4 microstripline resonators is introduced and coupled in proximity to a rectangular patch. First, the miniaturization is investigated by Koch slot to radiating edge of the reference antenna through its symmetry plan.

    Design and Analysis of Compact Fractal Patch antenna with Enhanced Bandwidth and Harmonic Suppression for WiMAX Applications

    Dr.Rekha Labade, Kshitija Sanap

    Design and Analysis of Compact Fractal

  • Application Of Matrices In Engineering Prof. Rayate S. J.

    Abstract-Engineering mathematics is applicable in our daily life. Applied mathematics is the future classified as vector algebra, differential calculus, integration, discrete mathematics, Matricesand determinant etc. Matrices have a long history of application in solving linear equations. Matrix mathematics applies to several branches of science, as well as different mathematical disciplines.

    Application Of Matrices In Engineering

    Prof. Rayate S. J.

    Application Of Matrices In Engineering

  • Automatic Traffic Signals In Smart Cities for Speedy Clearance of Emergency Vehicles Dr.S.T.Gandhe, Mr. Amol S. Dhatrak, Prof. P.G.Salunke

    Abstract— In today‟s world, the organ donation is now increasing due to its awareness and high demands. But the problem regarding is that organs remain healthy for a very short time. So transporting them is a highly time depending task and countries as India where the transportation is poor and vehicles are more, it‟s a very important task to manage the road signals for green corridor because of many patients‟ losses his life only due to traffic congestion.

    Automatic Traffic Signals In Smart Cities for Speedy Clearance of Emergency Vehicles

    Dr.S.T.Gandhe, Mr. Amol S. Dhatrak, Prof. P.G.Salunke

    Automatic Traffic Signals In Smart Cities

  • An Optimized Embedded System for Automated Paper Bag Production Tated Kavita Shantilal, Bamb Kalpesh K., Prof.Dr.Morade Sunil S.

    Abstract - in spite of of all known hazards of plastic pollution, it’s common and persistent in India. Plastic bags are one of the worst and most unnecessary plastic polluters of the earth. Plastic bags are used on a large scale by retailers for a simple reason that plastic bags are much cheaper than paper, cloth or other biodegradable bags. Also plastic bags are available in huge quantity in the market.

    An Optimized Embedded System for Automated Paper Bag Production

    Tated Kavita Shantilal, Bamb Kalpesh K., Prof.Dr.Morade Sunil S.

    Automated Paper Bag Production

  • Low Rank Matrix Approximationbased On Wavelet Analysis To Deblur Image Shweta Gunjal, Sushant Pawar

    Abstract: In modern years, deblurring of image become necessity of photography applications. Basically blur is an unwanted change in photograph which lowers the quality of image significantly. It is challenging to avoid blur in the image, accurate reconstruction of image become difficult task. To address these issues the improvement of powerful image deblurring algorithm is critically required.

    Low Rank Matrix Approximationbased On Wavelet Analysis To Deblur Image

    Shweta Gunjal, Sushant Pawar

    Low Rank Matrix Approximation

  • PLC Based X-Y Plotter Allen Anthony, Vikas Gupta, Suraj Bhosale, Mr.Anant R. More

    Abstract - The goal of this project is to design and implement X-Y plotter using PLC to draw/cut shapes in such way to prevent wastage of sheet because of irregular shapes. In this project PLC work as a heart of system. Here we use two motors one for X-axis and other for Y-axis. Motors are used to decide position of the pen. Here dimensions of rectangle or triangle or square are given to the PLC input.

    PLC Based X-Y Plotter

    Allen Anthony, Vikas Gupta, Suraj Bhosale, Mr.Anant R. More

    PLC Based X-Y Plotter

  • Glove for Speech Impaired Gosavi Shweta Sushilkumar

    Abstract-World is impossible without communication. Feeling, thoughts, ideas, emotions etc. are exchanged through communication. Dumb people find it difficult to interact with normal people. They use sign language to communicate with normal people, but many people don’t know sign language and it becomes difficult to interact & many times get misunderstood. There is the need of to help such people by technology for communication.

    Glove for Speech Impaired

    Gosavi Shweta Sushilkumar

    Glove for Speech Impaired

  • Modified Morphology and K-NN Classifier Based MicroaneurysmsDetection in Retinal Fundus Images Ravindra Badgujar, P J Deore

    Abstract— Microaneurysms are primary lesions of non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy, which is one of the diabetic complications. Diabetic retinopathy is asymptomatic disease and must be identified and proper treatment must be given at primary level. If DR is not diagnosed at primary level, it grows and develops more hazardous lesions like hemorrhages and exudates and lowers the vision and may leads to complete blindness.

    Modified Morphology and K-NN Classifier Based MicroaneurysmsDetection in Retinal Fundus Images

    Ravindra Badgujar, P J Deore

    Modified Morphology and K-NN Classifier

  • Design of Constant Power Generation controller for Grid Connected PV System Bachhav Swati M, Dr. Agrawal R.K.

    Abstract - With Increase in demand of clean electricity generation in many countries, the increasing techniques of new photovoltaic (PV) systems force the Distribution System for transmission and distribution of electricity. By considering this aspect, the distributors of electricity are Focused to ensure fast and smooth transformation between maximum power point tracking and constant power generation so the maximum feeding power of PV systems must be limited.

    Design of Constant Power Generation controller for Grid Connected PV System

    Bachhav Swati M, Dr. Agrawal R.K.

    Design of Constant Power Generation

  • Gesture Controlled Car Shraddha S Bhagure, Purva H Mutha

    Abstract: The moment control based car is a robot, going to be controlled by hand moments. The user just needs to wear a gesture system in which a sensor is included. The sensor will analyze the movement of hand in a specific direction which will result in the motion of the robot in the respective directions. The car and the gesture hand are connected through radio waves which is wireless communication.

    Gesture Controlled Car

    Shraddha S Bhagure, Purva H Mutha

    Gesture Controlled Car

  • Smart Tablet Box for Patient Kore Shirnisha, Karangale Dhanashri, Gangurde Rani

    Abstract - Most of the people, from young to the old age forget to take tablets on time. There should be a means to always remind such people to take tablets on time. This paper presents a Smart Tablet box to users who regularly take drugs or vitamin supplements. Our tablet box is Microcontroller based programmable, that reminds users which specific tablet to take at particular times of day and serves at those times each day.

    Smart Tablet Box for Patient

    Kore Shirnisha, Karangale Dhanashri, Gangurde Rani

    Smart Tablet Box for Patient

  • Mind Control Smart Car Jain Aditya A., Mechkul Manoj, Gawande Ramprasad, Pawar Dhananjay, Jain Prasad

    Abstract-In this project we present an approach to control a car with brain signals. To achieve this, we use a brain Computer interface (BCI) which is connected to our car. The car is equipped with a variety of sensors and can be controlled by a Brain. We implemented two scenarios to test the usability of the BCI for controlling our car. In the First scenario our car is completely brain controlled, using four different brain patterns for steering and throttle/brake.

    Mind Control Smart Car

    Jain Aditya A., Mechkul Manoj, Gawande Ramprasad, Pawar Dhananjay, Jain Prasad

    Mind Control Smart Car

  • Wireless Sensor Network Based Safety Vehicle with Smart Dashboard Pranita P. Chopda

    Abstract— Now a days, problem of traffic jam and road accidents is more stressful and it is affecting on public safety and environment.1.24 million deaths are due to road accidents and causes are ignorance of driver, roadside distractions, narrow bridge etc. So to solve this problem with smart solution methodology is combination of 'Wireless Sensor Network' (WSN) and "Intelligent Transportation System" (ITS).

    Wireless Sensor Network Based Safety Vehicle with Smart Dashboard

    Pranita P. Chopda

    Wireless Sensor Network Based Safety Vehicle

  • Fuel Saver System at Traffic Light Mr. Abhay Wagh, Prof. Dr. Wankhede Vishal, Mr. Chandrashekhar Bhavsar, Mr. Bhushan Gangurde, Miss. JagrutiAmrutkar, Miss. Snehal Pawar

    Abstract - This paper describes the design of the system which will turn off the vehicle which are stop at traffic light when traffic light is red and due to this a wastage of fuel will be avoided. Among the different city of MAHARASHTRA, NASIK is the one of the biggest one. It has very heavy traffic during day time. Since number of vehicles are increasing day by day, which ultimately increase the length of stopping period of vehicles at most of the traffic signals.

    Fuel Saver System at Traffic Light

    Mr. Abhay Wagh, Prof. Dr. Wankhede Vishal, Mr. Chandrashekhar Bhavsar, Mr. Bhushan Gangurde, Miss. JagrutiAmrutkar, Miss. Snehal Pawar

    Fuel Saver System at Traffic Light

  • Research on Wireless Sensor Network Technology Prof. Dr. Mahadev D Kokate, Prof. Ankush S Joshi

    Abstract: As remote sensor innovation enhances; an expanding number of associations are utilizing it for an extensive variety of purposes. ZigBee innovation is another standard in remote individual garea after Bluetooth. After a prologue to this innovation, another remote meter-perusing framework in light of ZigBee convention has advanced. This framework, which is contained ZigBee system and database administration framework.

    Research on Wireless Sensor Network Technology

    Prof. Dr. Mahadev D Kokate, Prof. Ankush S Joshi

    Research on Wireless Sensor Network Technology

  • Cluster Head Selection using Optimised Round Policy in Wireless Sensor Networks N G Haswani, P J Deore

    Abstract - In Wireless sensor Network (WSN) it has been proven that the clustering algorithms improve the energy efficiency compared to non-clustering algorithms. All state of the art protocols preform clustering and choose the cluster head (CH) in particular time interval. The responsibility of CH rotates among the sensor nodes and periodic re-clustering balances the network load. But during the cluster formation overhead is created due to message exchange.

    Cluster Head Selection using Optimised Round Policy in Wireless Sensor Networks

    N G Haswani, P J Deore

    Cluster Head Selection using Optimised Round

  • Millimeter Wave Band Massive Antenna with MDMA System used in 5G Cellular System Sushilkumar Thakare, Ganesh Pawar, Rajdeep Geete

    Abstract-Mobile communications toward the fifth generation (5G) have been popularly new technology used in coming years.demands from 5G areboth high system capacity and high data rate. A novel multiple access schemes based on millimeter wave transmission and massive antennas at a base station (BS), named multipath division multiple access (MDMA), and is proposed in this paper to be a future 5G possible solution.

    Millimeter Wave Band Massive Antenna with MDMA System used in 5G Cellular System

    Sushilkumar Thakare, Ganesh Pawar, Rajdeep Geete

    Millimeter Wave Band Massive Antenna

  • Agricultural Water Discharge Control and Dry Run Protection Auto Starter for Open Well and Submersible Pump Hemant Mutha, Shrenik Khabiya, Kalpesh Bamb

    Abstract— It is definitely understood that induction motors draw large currents during their starting phase than is the case under full load running conditions. Initially induction motor availability, starting methods other than Direct-on-Line have been used, and in some cases mandated by Utilities, to condense the effect of these high starting currents on the electrical distribution network.

    Agricultural Water Discharge Control and Dry Run Protection Auto Starter for Open Well and Submersible Pump

    Hemant Mutha, Shrenik Khabiya, Kalpesh Bamb

    Agricultural Water Discharge Control and Dry Run

  • Effect of Cutting Parameters in Precision Turning of Nickel Alloy by RSM K. A. Jagtap, V. S. Patil, S. S. Panpatil

    Abstract - Nickel based alloys are widely used for manufacturing aerospace components. During machining of nickel-based alloys, cutting tool materials always undergo severe mechanical and thermal loads leading to rapid tool wear and subsequently short tool life. Surface integrity plays an important role in performing actual service applications of Nickel based products. Present paper discusses the investigation on machined surface roughness in dry precision turning by using RSM.

    Effect of Cutting Parameters in Precision Turning of Nickel Alloy by RSM

    K. A. Jagtap, V. S. Patil, S. S. Panpatil

    Effect of Cutting Parameters in Precision

  • FEA of Polyethylene Helical Gear Set Vinaykumar C. Jadhav, Kiran B. Gore, Dinesh S. Suryavanshi

    Abstract: The main focusing areas of this analysis are to Modelling the gear without losing its geometry in Pro/engineer software. To analyze and compare the various stresses, strain and safety factors of the model of helical gears made of Polyethylene alloy using FEM tool ANSYS. Generate the profile of helical gear teeth model to calculate the effect of gear bending using three-dimensional model and compare the results.

    FEA of Polyethylene Helical Gear Set

    Vinaykumar C. Jadhav, Kiran B. Gore, Dinesh S. Suryavanshi

    FEA of Polyethylene Helical Gear Set

  • Solar Energy: An Alternative to Conventional Energy Sources V.G.Bhamre, U.S.Wankhede

    Abstract - Solar is the first energy source in the world. Solar energy is one the alternative energy source that is used most widely across the globe. About 70% of the sunlight gets reflected back into the space and we have only 30% of sunlight to meet up our energy demands. Energy is one of the building blocks of the country. The growth of the country has been fueled by cheap, abundant energy resources.

    Solar Energy: An Alternative to Conventional Energy Sources

    V.G.Bhamre, U.S.Wankhede

    Solar Energy - An Alternative to Conventional

  • Combustion Chambers in Ci Engines: A Review Mahesh M. Rathore

    Abstract-The shape of the combustion chamber is one of the important factors. It decides the quality of combustion, engine performance and exhaust characteristics. Diesel Engine combustion is greatly influenced by air turbulence, created by the shape of combustion chamber. Each Combustion chamber shape creates its own unique turbulence pattern that is required for some specific applications while wrong for others.

    Combustion Chambers in Ci Engines: A Review

    Mahesh M. Rathore

    Combustion Chambers in Ci Engines

  • Review of Natural Convection from Rectangular Interrupted Fins M. P. Kapate, N. S. Navagale

    Abstract— Nowadays the general trend is to use compact systems especially in an electronic field which leads to the higher packing compression of systems causing higher heat generation. It an influence the performance of a system and may cause the system failure. but providing the Interruption in fin array Natural Convection can be improved. The important element that defines the geometry of the heat sink is its fins.

    Review of Natural Convection from Rectangular Interrupted Fins

    M. P. Kapate, N. S. Navagale

    Review of Natural Convection from Rectangular

  • Vibration Analysis of Peristaltic Pump Using FEA and FFT Analyzer Ganesh J. Pagar, Amol S. Nankar

    Abstract - The number of positive displacement pump is used now days. Out of them one is peristaltic pump. Peristaltic pump can use to pump the variety of fluids. Pump consists of circular casing generally made from polymer rubber which is capable to support the fluid pressure and roller pressure. Inside the casing polymer rubber tube fitted along inside circumference of a casing having circular cross-section.

    Vibration Analysis of Peristaltic Pump Using FEA and FFT Analyzer

    Ganesh J. Pagar, Amol S. Nankar

    Vibration Analysis of Peristaltic Pump

  • Modal Analysis of Mono Leaf Spring Prof. K. K. Sharma, Khan Moin, Abdul Ashish, Choudhri Ibrahim, Rehan Ansari

    Abstract: In this research work, study is carried out on mono steel leaf springs used by commercial vehicles. The chief thought behind this work is to examine the vibrational behavior of two leaf springs one having Upturned eye and one having Berlin eye, both is having almost similar parameters i.e. width, thickness & load carrying capacity. The material used for the deuce is steel with almost similar properties.

    Modal Analysis of Mono Leaf Spring

    Prof. K. K. Sharma, Khan Moin, Abdul Ashish, Choudhri Ibrahim, Rehan Ansari

    Modal Analysis of Mono Leaf Spring

  • Design and Development of a Tool Dynamometer Based on Load Cell for Analysis of Various Forces on RDM K. B. Gore, D.S. Suryawanshi, V.C. Jadhav

    Abstract - In this research work the two main objectives first is to developed such a experimental setup by which we measure torque and radial thrust directly and second objective is to investigate tool quality on various materials. The recent study consists of experimentations, parametric analysis using Visual basic software and finally mathematical modeling using software. Experimentation generally specifies the machining of Copper.

    Design and Development of a Tool Dynamometer Based on Load Cell for Analysis of Various Forces on RDM

    K. B. Gore, D.S. Suryawanshi, V.C. Jadhav

    Design and Development of a Tool Dynamometer

  • Review on Finite Element Analysis of Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing V. S. Tayade, N. S. Navagale

    Abstract-The current trend of modern industry is use to machineries carrying heavy rotor loads rotating at high speed. In such applications hydrodynamic journal bearings are used. When a bearing operates at high speed, the heat generated due to large shearing rates in the lubricant film raises its temperature which lowers the viscosity of the lubricant and in turn affects the performance characteristics.

    Review on Finite Element Analysis of Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing

    V. S. Tayade, N. S. Navagale

    Review on Finite Element Analysis of Hydrodynamic

  • Detailed Study and Analysis of Bonding and Interface Formation in AMC Dinesh Suryawanshi, K.B.Gore, V.C. Jadhav

    Abstract— Present work is to study the bonding mechanism and formed interface between matrix and reinforcement constituents. The scope of this work aims to share the overview in bonding and interfacial problems as far as Aluminium Matrix Composite (AMC) is concerned when ceramic particles are added in it. Through this study, one should get ideas of typical interfacial reactions and remedial steps to overcome problems when possible.

    Detailed Study and Analysis of Bonding and Interface Formation in AMC

    Dinesh Suryawanshi, K.B.Gore, V.C. Jadhav

    Detailed Study and Analysis of Bonding

  • Design and Fabrication of Canal Excavator N. A. Khairnar, A. S. Ugale, S. B. Patil, K. B. Gore

    Abstract - In day to Day life we face to the many problems in agricultural field for e.g. to excavate the canal in farm to make underground path for the pipeline. For that purpose we use the J.C.B machine or with the help of manpower. But in both the cases J.C.B very high cost and sometimes we use manpower and is very time consumable process. For the same purpose the new intermediate option we going to design the new project.

    Design and Fabrication of Canal Excavator

    N. A. Khairnar, A. S. Ugale, S. B. Patil, K. B. Gore

    Design and Fabrication of Canal Excavator

  • Analysis of a Bicar Chassis Prashant Bagmar, Dipak Sancheti, Pradyumna Bora, Harshal Deore

    Abstract: As bike is cheapest as compared to the car, and that’s why it uses most for daily work, but it also has some limitation such as, it’s hard to travel long distance and to ride in the rainy season, because the bike is not giving that much comfort which a car can give. To remove these limitations we need something which can provide the comfort of a car as well as the mileage of bike.

    Analysis of a Bicar Chassis

    Prashant Bagmar, Dipak Sancheti, Pradyumna Bora, Harshal Deore

    Analysis of a Bicar Chassis

  • A Review on Natural Convection Cooling of Vertical Cylinder with Inclined Fins S. P. Ingale, A. S. gujrathi, S. U. Patil

    Abstract - Due to recent development in the semiconductor technology, heat dissipation through external heat surface finds an extensive scope for many researchers today. The natural heat convection heat sink proves to be great solution for heat dissipation through external surfaces (fins). The passive cooling of any surface is found to be more preferable than active cooling. A lot of research in natural convections through external surfaces.

    A Review on Natural Convection Cooling of Vertical Cylinder with Inclined Fins

    S. P. Ingale, A. S. gujrathi, S. U. Patil

    A Review on Natural Convection Cooling

  • Effect of Surface Roughness on Single Lap Adhesive Joint Strength Prof. D.H. Darekar, Prof. R.N. Chandore

    Abstract-The requirements for lightweight in automotive, aerospace and construction industries have led to a trend of replacing commonly used steel by aluminum alloy, fiber reinforced plastic and other types of alloy in auto- mobile parts, such as roofs, doors and engine covers. However, some traditional joining methods, such as riveting, bolting and threading and welding are not suitable to be applied in joining dissimilar materials.

    Effect of Surface Roughness on Single Lap Adhesive Joint Strength

    Prof. D.H. Darekar, Prof. R.N. Chandore

    Effect of Surface Roughness on Single Lap

  • Elevator Water Pump Prof. Shahid Ali, Lukman Memon, Rehan Ansari, Masud Chipade, Pramod Manchekar

    Abstract— In recent years there are more difficulties in supplying of water which impose the necessity of finding new technical solutions that will provide reliable and efficient work for lifting of sump fluid to the surface. In future, there is more civilization will take place in metro cities. Population will be more. To fulfill the basic needs of mankind like food, cloths and house, Man is going to innovate modern systems.

    Elevator Water Pump

    Prof. Shahid Ali, Lukman Memon, Rehan Ansari, Masud Chipade, Pramod Manchekar

    Elevator Water Pump

  • CFD Analysis of Solar PhotovoltaicThermal System with air cooling Ankit S. Gujrathi, Sudhir U. Patil, Sachin P. Ingale

    Abstract - The paper presents the CFD analysis of Solar PV cell Panel by air cooling using Ansys Workbench Fluent model. The 3cm x 3cm Solar PV Cells are mounted on on a Wooden Panel Box 33 cm long and 21 cm wide with 3 cm spacing between two adjust PV cells. The modeling is done with air velocity of 0.5 m/s and temperature variation along the length is plotted. The inlet air temperature is taken 3000K while average outlet temperature is found to be 3120K.

    CFD Analysis of Solar PhotovoltaicThermal System with air cooling

    Ankit S. Gujrathi, Sudhir U. Patil, Sachin P. Ingale

    CFD Analysis of Solar PhotovoltaicThermal

  • Quality Improvement of Shock Absorber Outer Tube by Implementation of Proof Load Testing Machine Sancheti D. D., Sancheti S. D., Bagmar P. D., Patil S. B.

    Abstract: High demands are placed on vehicle damping systems. Shock absorbers have to minimize vibrations and post-oscillation in the vehicle body generated by uneven road surfaces. Deficient shock absorbers can have an adverse effect on suspension components and tires, and can be extremely dangerous. For the safety of shock absorbers outer tube welds must be properly welded and sustain the certain load.

    Quality Improvement of Shock Absorber Outer Tube by Implementation of Proof Load Testing Machine

    Sancheti D. D., Sancheti S. D., Bagmar P. D., Patil S. B.

    Quality Improvement of Shock Absorber Outer

  • Analysis of Square Shaped Vehicle Crash Box with Linear and Taper Area for Minimum Deformation Manoj N. Jagtap, Prof. Vikrant D. Londhe, Sameer S. Shaikh

    Abstract - In technological development keen attention is given in order to improve the safety and automobile is not an exception. In automobile number of element are provided for safety improvement while driving, parking, accidental dashing, etc. one of the safety element provided to the vehicle is crash box. Crash box is a box like structure generally provided at the front bumper of almost all passenger vehicles.

    Analysis of Square Shaped Vehicle Crash Box with Linear and Taper Area for Minimum Deformation

    Manoj N. Jagtap, Prof. Vikrant D. Londhe, Sameer S. Shaikh

    Analysis of Square Shaped Vehicle Crash Box

  • Investigation of condition monitoring of the Radial Drilling Machine - A Research Proposal Mr. Jitendra S.Pagar, Dr. S.S. Mantha, Dr. S. B. Rane

    Abstract- Context- Investigation of condition monitoring of the Radial Drilling Machine is vital for to increase productivity and promoting automation in metal cutting process. Purpose - Purpose of this paper is to present a research proposal on Investigation of condition monitoring of the Radial Drilling Machine like different ranges of cutting speed, feed-rate and drill diameter of typical manufacturing processes.

    Investigation of condition monitoring of the Radial Drilling Machine - A Research Proposal

    Mr. Jitendra S.Pagar, Dr. S.S. Mantha, Dr. S. B. Rane

    Investigation of condition monitoring

  • Design of Compact Briquette Machine Aditya U. Tembhekar, Rohit D.Kabade, Parag K.Kasliwal, Mayuri R.Patil, Ankit S.Gujrathi

    Abstract— The paper presents the design of the compact briquette machine. This working model basically utilizes the dry coconut waste as raw material which is the abundant source as biomass obtained from the religious places, farming sectors and local areas. Molasses is the binding agent which is the by-product of sugar industry which is also the solid industrial waste. This paper involves the design of motor, cutter, compaction mechanism.

    Design of Compact Briquette Machine

    Aditya U. Tembhekar, Rohit D.Kabade, Parag K.Kasliwal, Mayuri R.Patil, Ankit S.Gujrathi

    Design of Compact Briquette Machine

  • Waste Food to Fertilizer Converter Kalpesh Dumbare, Umesh Makhare, Yogesh Deore, Balkrushna Raut, P.M. Bora

    Abstract - Organic waste and especially Food waste is a world wild Problem, it cost to be disposed and nothing gain from it, on the country, it causes the emission of harmful gases such as methane. In India many garbage is a food waste. One of the major problem that faces nowadays that there are no serious moves towards solving the food waste issue. One of their target is to focus on the pollution and causes of it.

    Waste Food to Fertilizer Converter

    Kalpesh Dumbare, Umesh Makhare, Yogesh Deore, Balkrushna Raut, P.M. Bora

    Waste Food to Fertilizer Converter

  • Energy Conservation through Energy Audit - A Review Akshay Aware, Aniket Jagtap, Gorakh Deore, Rahul Zalte

    Abstract: Energy is the driving force for the economy of any country. It is highly essential to ensure smooth progress of industrial as well as transport sector of any country. However, the ever increasing depletion of conventional fossil fuel sources as well as increase in environmental hazards due to pollution arising from burning of fuel necessitates the conservation of energy. Energy audit is a systematic approach to achieve energy conservation.

    Energy Conservation through Energy Audit - A Review

    Akshay Aware, Aniket Jagtap, Gorakh Deore, Rahul Zalte

    Energy Conservation through Energy Audit

  • Design and Fabrication of Loading Device for Tractor Trailer Bhalgat Suchitkumar, Jagtap Nalini, Kala Vrushabh, Chhajed Jayesh, Rajendra Chaudhari

    Abstract - The constructional features and the functioning aspects are included in the paper to get the complete insight of the topic. Tractor trailers are come in market for the onion auction. Before the onion auction the quality will be checked by agents. During the process of quality checking the onions are dropped from tractor trailer. Unloading of tractor trailer causes onions become scarred and become scaly.

    Design and Fabrication of Loading Device for Tractor Trailer

    Bhalgat Suchitkumar, Jagtap Nalini, Kala Vrushabh, Chhajed Jayesh, Rajendra Chaudhari

    Design and Fabrication of Loading Device for Tractor Trailer

  • Solar Powered Water Seer P. M. Bora, Sarthak Jain, Yogesh Gangurde, Nitin Bhamare, Madhuri Deore

    Abstract-There is water around us all the time, which is present in air in the form of moisture we just cannot see it. The air in our atmosphere contains a varying amount of water vapor, depending on the weather. When it's hot and humid atmosphere, evaporated water can make up as much as 6 percent of the air we breathe. On cold, dry days it can be as low as .07 percent of the air's makeup. This air is part of water cycle, an Earth process.

    Solar Powered Water Seer

    P. M. Bora, Sarthak Jain, Yogesh Gangurde, Nitin Bhamare, Madhuri Deore

    Solar Powered Water Seer

  • Investigation of Progressive Die Tool for Electrical Appliances Dhanshri B. Pawar, Shubham S. Pitale, Pruthviraj C. Shinde, Umang G. Mandot, Jitendra S.Pagar

    Abstract— Nowadays, progressive dies have a special role in various methods of sheet metal production. Progressive dies have a unique role in different techniques for sheet metal generation. A progressive die performs a series offundamental sheet-metal operations at two or morestations during each press stroke in order to develop a workpiece as the strip stock moves through the die.The most important of this paper is the progressive die design software.

    Investigation of Progressive Die Tool for Electrical Appliances

    Dhanshri B. Pawar, Shubham S. Pitale, Pruthviraj C. Shinde, Umang G. Mandot, Jitendra S.Pagar

    Investigation of Progressive Die Tool

  • Harvesting Machine Chavan Shubham D., Luniya Rushikesh A., Lunawat Prerana V., Jadhav Priyanka R, Shinde R M

    Abstract - This paper addresses the development and performance of human powered multi crop harvesting machine. We have developed a mechanism for harvesting of different crop so that we can an easy harvesting in minimum period of time. This set up is used to harvest the crop which helps formers. Also this set up uses the manpower of labor by pushing force which is provided with different sprocket, chain, rubber wheel, and spur gear mechanisms.

    Harvesting Machine

    Chavan Shubham D., Luniya Rushikesh A., Lunawat Prerana V., Jadhav Priyanka R, Shinde R M

    Harvesting Machine

  • Automatic Plastering Machine Mr Bhandari Shubham J., Mr Chavan Nilesh V., Mr Bhoite Mayur R., Mr Deshmane Nitin P., Mr Kulkarni Y. S.

    Abstract: Due to manual process of wall plastering on construction site, there is a huge scale requirement of labour and hence the labour cost is responsible for increasing the price of construction or project work. The quality of work is mostly depending on the skill of the labour work in manual plastering process. The solution of these problems is just to automate the process, so that there will be a saving of period and cost and getting good plaster finishing to the walls.

    Automatic Plastering Machine

    Mr Bhandari Shubham J., Mr Chavan Nilesh V., Mr Bhoite Mayur R., Mr Deshmane Nitin P., Mr Kulkarni Y. S.

    Automatic Plastering Machine

  • Design and Fabrication of Power Weeder D. D. Bombe, M. A. Gadakh, S. L. Pathan, S. H. Jain

    Abstract - Weed control in crops is major problem in India. Generally Indian farmer use traditional way for doing fieldwork that is weeding is done by bulls or workers with the help of khurpi. This method is useful but it is very demanding of labour. To overcome this problem we introducing an alternative solution that is “power weeder”. These power weeder will remove grass between two rows and also do the cultivation.

    Design and Fabrication of Power Weeder

    D. D. Bombe, M. A. Gadakh, S. L. Pathan, S. H. Jain

    Design and Fabrication of Power Weeder

  • Design & Fabrication of Cow-Dung Spreader Kothari Kunal M., Jadhav Saurabh S., Lodha Mohit C., Ghodke Priyanka G.

    Abstract-The main aim of this project is to reduce the manual efforts and make a comfort. There is a need of cow dung, for the fertilization of farm. So, to do all this there is a hectic process. Organic manure is considered as eco-friendly bio-fertilizers for highly polluted modern era. Proper application of manure to land is essential to prevent pollution of land, surface water and to prevent loss of ammonia and other nutrients from manure.

    Design & Fabrication of Cow-Dung Spreader

    Kothari Kunal M., Jadhav Saurabh S., Lodha Mohit C., Ghodke Priyanka G.

    Design & Fabrication of Cow-Dung Spreader

  • Literature review of Electrodes used in EDM D.V.Lohar

    Abstract— EDM electrode materials need to have properties that easily allow charge and yet resist the erosion that the EDM process encourages and stimulates in the metals it machines. This paper is literature review of EDM electrodes for various work piece materials and find out the limitations of existing research. Developments in the field of materials lead to new electrode materials for EDM process.

    Literature review of Electrodes used in EDM

    D.V.Lohar

    Literature review of Electrodes used in EDM

  • Semi-Automation in Jaggery Production Hitesh Bachhav, Nirmal Jain, Harsh Chordia, Yogita Zalte, Rakesh Shinde

    Abstract - Indian agriculture is known for its good quality. But sometimes due to older traditional methods of the farmers they have to face losses in the production due to less productivity and large production cost. In this project, the main objective is to increase the production rate and reduce the labor cost using various methods of engineering. Jaggery making and marketing in India is the larger agricultural based occupation.

    Semi-Automation in Jaggery Production

    Hitesh Bachhav, Nirmal Jain, Harsh Chordia, Yogita Zalte, Rakesh Shinde

    Semi-Automation in Jaggery Production

  • Energy Analysis of Steam Generating Solar Concentrators Ms.Rupali Sudake, Prof. H. S. Deore, Dr. M. M. Rathore

    Abstract: Steam generation by using solar energy is not a new thing. In this project we considered the properties of the steam produce by the solar energy. The main purpose of this study is that to find out the various exergy losses at various point in the system and to know the actual exergy available from the setup. By performing exergy analysis, we are able to draw the graphs of how the exergy destruction is taking place.

    Energy Analysis of Steam Generating Solar Concentrators

    Ms.Rupali Sudake, Prof. H. S. Deore, Dr. M. M. Rathore

    Energy Analysis of Steam Generating Solar Concentrators

  • Design and Analysis of Double Wishbone Suspension System For an ATV H.S.Deore, Shivani Aware, Chetan Wani, Dhiraj Sonawane

    Abstract - This paper is mainly focused on design and analysis of double wishbone suspension system for an ATV by considering dynamically balanced conditions and by minimizing unsprung mass. 3-D cad model is prepared by using CATIAV5R20 for analyzing the system for all ride conditions. To provide greater travel, this allows better absorption of shocks during changes in ground conditions. Also this system is less expensive and light weight.

    Design and Analysis of Double Wishbone Suspension System For an ATV

    H.S.Deore, Shivani Aware, Chetan Wani, Dhiraj Sonawane

    Double Wishbone Suspension System For an ATV

  • Experimental Investigation and Comparison of Wind Turbine on moving Electric Vehicle for Battery charging Mr. Kulkarni Yogesh , Mr. Kankariya Ravindra, Mr. Sachin P Ingale

    Abstract: In this project, experimental comparison and investigations were carried out to study the performance and make a comparison between two, three, and four blade savonius wind turbine mounted on a vehicle to increase the runtime of electric vehicle at a constant speed of 50 to 60 Kmph.

    Experimental Investigation and Comparison of Wind Turbine on moving Electric Vehicle for Battery charging

    Mr. Kulkarni Yogesh , Mr. Kankariya Ravindra, Mr. Sachin P Ingale

    Experimental Investigation and Comparison of Wind

  • Design and Development of Remote Operated Car Door Opening and Closing System Chavan Kalpesh, Shinde Sachin, More Kiran, Waghchaure Vikrant, Rahulkumar Sonar

    Abstract - Remote operated door opening and closing system is widely used now in the equipment such as television, radio and are one more example used in trasports system as a keylock system. Remote operated system is divided to two categories; device based and activity based. Door is a portable obstacle that can be opened and closed. The combination between tool of system remote operated and door will produce one security system.

    Design and Development of Remote Operated Car Door Opening and Closing System

    Chavan Kalpesh, Shinde Sachin, More Kiran, Waghchaure Vikrant, Rahulkumar Sonar

    Design and Development of Remote Operated Car

  • Condition Monitoring of Piston in an IC Engine Using Vibration Analysis Mr. Rahul.N.Chandore , Mr. D. H. Darekar

    Abstract-In this paper, fault has been diagnosed of piston using online condition monitoring technique. In industry, two types of fault diagnosis technique are used namely, online condition monitoring technique and offline condition monitoring technique. In offline condition monitoring technique piston has checked using visual inspection or microscopic examination but in online condition monitoring technique use different signal like acoustic signal.

    Condition Monitoring of Piston in an IC Engine Using Vibration Analysis

    Mr. Rahul.N.Chandore , Mr. D. H. Darekar

    Condition Monitoring of Piston in an IC

  • Energy Audit of Lighting System D.V.Sonawane, V.G.Wagh, S.T.Raundale, A.N. Maddhesia

    Abstract— Depending on type of industry lighting systems power consumption varies between 2 to 10% of the total power consumption. Energy saving in lighting system adds contribution to energy conservation of an industry. The present paper describe about an improvement of energy efficiency of the interior lighting at Yuti Textile Processors Private Limited, Dyane shiwar Kusumba road, Malegaon, Nashik.

    Energy Audit of Lighting System

    D.V.Sonawane, V.G.Wagh, S.T.Raundale, A.N. Maddhesia

    Energy Audit of Lighting System

  • Design and Manufacturing of Manually Operated Cup Sealing Machine Yashpal.P.Patil, Suraj.S.Modse, Pawan.R.Doiphode, Sumit.N.Billade, Prof.N.B.Ahire

    Abstract - Finishing and Packaging has been a major activity for every production Industry in recent times, as proper finishing and packaging helps to keep a business green. In India today, there has been an increasing demand for packed products such as fruit juice, ice creams and packed water etc. which require foil seal before capping or without capping as the case maybe. In some of our small scale and growing industries, sealing of cup products.

    Design and Manufacturing of Manually Operated Cup Sealing Machine

    Yashpal.P.Patil, Suraj.S.Modse, Pawan.R.Doiphode, Sumit.N.Billade, Prof.N.B.Ahire

    Manually Operated Cup Sealing Machine

  • Mini Fire Brigade Vehicle Mr.Prathamesh Ramesh Pingle, Mr Pandurang G Nimse, Mr Shubham V Wagh, Mr Sagar T Kadam

    Abstract: Fire disaster in a common threat to lives and property. The recent occurrence rate of fire is in the slum area is about 24% of total fire incident. A Mini Fire Brigade Vehicle provides a real time control of class C, class D, class K fire. This paper provides a modified system at low cost, robust and secure fire protection system for the slum, rural area where fire brigade department are placed far away from the fire disaster place.

    Mini Fire Brigade Vehicle

    Mr.Prathamesh Ramesh Pingle, Mr Pandurang G Nimse, Mr Shubham V Wagh, Mr Sagar T Kadam

    Mini Fire Brigade Vehicle

  • Experimental Investigation of Scheffler Solar Concentrator at different Beam Radiation, Pressure and Wind Velocity in Open Environment Mohan D. Shinde, Mahesh M. Rathore, Sachin P. Ingale

    Abstract - In this paper, thermal performance analysis of 16 m2 scheffler solar concentrator having diameter 0.5 m of plane receiver has been carried out in actual open environment. This study examines experimentally the receiver heat, receiver temperature, convective heat loss, radiative heat loss, total heat loss and system efficiency at different normal beam radiation over the day of different months from a plain receiver.

    Experimental Investigation of Scheffler Solar Concentrator at different Beam Radiation, Pressure and Wind Velocity in Open Environment

    Mohan D. Shinde, Mahesh M. Rathore, Sachin P. Ingale

    Experimental Investigation of Scheffler Solar Concentrator

  • Energetic Analysis of Solar Tunnel Greenhouse Drying For Tomato Rajendra Patil, Rupesh Gawande

    Abstract- A direct forced convective solar tunnel greenhouse dryer (aperture area of 4 m2) was designed, manufactured and commissioned at Wardha, India for food processing. The dryer is outstanding for mass production, superb transportability, easy tracking, effortless assembling at site makes it a DIY (Do It Yourself) kit. In this paper, drying kinetics of amla candy was investigated by evaluating convection heat and mass transfer coefficient.

    Energetic Analysis of Solar Tunnel Greenhouse Drying For Tomato

    Rajendra Patil, Rupesh Gawande

    Solar Tunnel Greenhouse Drying For Tomato

  • The Preparation and Characterization Of / Water Nano Fluid Sancheti Santosh D, Suresh P R, Shinde Goba D.

    Abstract— Enhancement in heat transfer in case of the heat exchanger and be obtained by using nanofluid, it is considered as a new type of heat transfer medium. Nanofluid consists of nanoparticles of size (1–100 nm) which are homogeneously and stably dispersed in a base fluid. These distributed nanoparticles, generally a metal or metal oxide greatly enhance the thermal conductivity of the nanofluid, increases conduction and convection coefficients.

    The Preparation and Characterization Of / Water Nano Fluid

    Sancheti Santosh D, Suresh P R, Shinde Goba D.

    Characterization Of / Water Nano Fluid

  • Design & Analysis of Injection Mould of Submarine Engine Part Mahesh S. Beldar, Diapk D. Sancheti, S. V. Ingle

    Abstract - Since few years ago molding process is quite difficult and time taking process. At first Drawing board and then 2D software were usedafter which patterns were made. But suitable result never gets most of time. So that cost of molding increases and time require for design is more. Due to the technological advancement the process of Mold Design has fastened and also the results are convincing.

    Design & Analysis of Injection Mould of Submarine Engine Part

    Mahesh S. Beldar, Diapk D. Sancheti, S. V. Ingle

    Injection Mould of Submarine Engine Part

  • Experimental and finite element analysis of jointed structure for evaluation of damping Nilesh D. Shinde, D S Chaudhari, Mohan D. Shinde

    Abstract: The damping mechanism of various jointed structures can be explained by considering the energy loss due to friction and the dynamic slip produced at the interfaces. The frictional damping is evaluated from the relative slip between the jointed interfaces and is considered to be the most useful method for inspect the structural damping. The damping characteristics in jointed structures are influenced by the intensity of pressure distribution.

    Experimental and finite element analysis of jointed structure for evaluation of damping

    Nilesh D. Shinde, D S Chaudhari, Mohan D. Shinde

    jointed structure for evaluation of damping

  • Bio-Mimic Robot Rahul Ahire, Roshan Wadge, Nilesh Buruk, Prashant Bankar, Dipak Sancheti

    Abstract - The fly mechanism and motion characteristics of the birds were analyzed. By the bionics principle, a new bionic flapping wing mechanism was proposed in order to imitate the motion of bird wing. The kinematic simulation analysis was applied to the prototype analyze the aerodynamic force of bionic wing. These outcomes abbreviate the time of assembling of fluttering wing system, and can give hypothetical premise to the exploration.

    Bio-Mimic Robot

    Rahul Ahire, Roshan Wadge, Nilesh Buruk, Prashant Bankar, Dipak Sancheti

    Bio-Mimic Robot

  • A Study of Effect on Tool Life of Single Point Cutting Tool by Using Various Cutting Parameters R. M. Shinde

    Abstract-This study involves the performance analysis of various machining parameters like spindle speeds, feed rates and depth of cut on the tool life of a single point cutting tool during turning operation on lathe machine. For this several experiments are carried out without coolant or cutting fluids. During experiments HSS and Tungsten carbide tool materials are used. Work piece material is mild steel.

    A Study of Effect on Tool Life of Single Point Cutting Tool by Using Various Cutting Parameters

    R. M. Shinde

    A Study of Effect on Tool Life of Single Point

  • Case Study on Energy Audit of Cement Plant HITESH R. THAKARE

    Abstract— Energy is one of the major inputs for the economic development of any country. However, the scenario of fossil fuel reserves does not agree with the ever increasing energy demands of a growing economy. Hence, it becomes highly necessary to undertake energy conservation efforts in order to ensure long term sustainability. Present paper discusses a case study wherein waster heat recovery has been utilized to save significant amount of energy.

    Case Study on Energy Audit of Cement Plant

    HITESH R. THAKARE

    Case Study on Energy Audit of Cement Plant

  • Use of IOT in Mechanical Industry - A Perspective Rahulkumar Madhukar Soanr, Mr. N. D. Thakare

    Abstract - In this paper, an explanation of what the Internet Of Things is and its applications are given. Secondly, the relevant IoT technologies in the car industry are introduced. In supply chains, a trade off exists between the manufacturing and transportation functions. For the smooth flow of materials through a traditional supply chain, deliveries have to be made every ordering period on an ‘‘as required’’ basis.

    Use of IOT in Mechanical Industry - A Perspective

    Rahulkumar Madhukar Soanr, Mr. N. D. Thakare

    Use of IOT in Mechanical Industry

  • Dynamic Vibration Analysis of an Isolator Mr.Ahire Mangesh Ambadas

    Abstract: This paper discusses the experimentally measured dynamic properties of a vibration isolator. A vibration test rig is developed for measuring the vibration properties of an elastomer. The excitation frequency and amplitude is varied and transmissibility and damping ratio is calculated for provided material. The behaviour of the material at varying load is studied. The dynamic natural frequency is reduced as load increases.

    Dynamic Vibration Analysis of an Isolator

    Mr.Ahire Mangesh Ambadas

    Dynamic Vibration Analysis of an Isolator

  • Identification of Barriers In The Implementation of Agile Supply Chain In Healthcare Mr.Darshan Wagh, Mr.Ansari Waris, Mr.Pradeep Ugale, Mr.Siddharth Jain

    Abstract - The purpose of this paper is to identify the barriers in Health Care Service industry. An exhaustive literature survey of peer - reviewed journal articles, survey reports, master thesis, doctoral thesis, interviews with doctors, nurses, supportive staff and relatives of patients information brochures are used as the research methodology. The literature survey has led to identification of distinguished barriers in Healthcare supply chain under various categories.

    Identification of Barriers In The Implementation of Agile Supply Chain In Healthcare

    Mr.Darshan Wagh, Mr.Ansari Waris, Mr.Pradeep Ugale, Mr.Siddharth Jain

    Implementation of Agile Supply Chain In Healthcare

  • Comparative Analysis of P, PI, PD, PID Controller for Mass Spring Damper System using Matlab Simulink Kankariya Ravindra, Kulkarni Yogesh, Gujrathi Ankit

    Abstract-The objective of this paper is to design and comparatively analyze the P, PI, PD, and PID Logic controller for Mass Spring Damper system. Simulink model for Mass Spring Damper system is designed within MATLAB/Simulink. Tuning of parameters for PID controller is done using signal constraint block in MATLAB/simulink. Simulated results were compared to verify the performance of the control system in terms of rise time, steady state error, settling time and overshoot.

    Comparative Analysis of P, PI, PD, PID Controller for Mass Spring Damper System using Matlab Simulink

    Kankariya Ravindra, Kulkarni Yogesh, Gujrathi Ankit

    Comparative Analysis of P, PI, PD, PID

  • Study the Effect of Variable Condenser Length on the Performance of Domestic Refrigerator Roshan s. Ahire, Shubham R. Nikam, Roshan K. Aware, Dinesh T. Nikam

    Abstract— The Domestic refrigerator works on the vapor compression refrigeration cycle and the performance of the domestic refrigerator is depends on the performance of all its components such as, condenser, compressor, evaporator and expansion device. The current paper is involved in analysis of the condenser length on the basis of pressure analysis and capillary analysis.

    Study the Effect of Variable Condenser Length on the Performance of Domestic Refrigerator

    Roshan s. Ahire, Shubham R. Nikam, Roshan K. Aware, Dinesh T. Nikam

    Performance of Domestic Refrigerator

  • Correlating Failure Mode Effective Analysis (FMEA) & Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) Atul A Shinde, Bhaskar Varade

    Abstract - To compete in global market, no organization will tolerate losses. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is such a performance measure metric which will indicate performance rate with very simple calculations. It considers all important measures of productivity. Implicitly it indicates amount of losses each parameter contributes to reduce productivity. By applying quality improvement tool such as failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA).

    Correlating Failure Mode Effective Analysis (FMEA) & Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

    Atul A Shinde, Bhaskar Varade

    Correlating Failure Mode Effective Analysis

  • Energy Audit of Electric Motors: A Review Sudhir U. Patil, Sandip U. Patil, H.R.Thakare, S.P.Ingale

    Abstract: In any developing country to meet energy demand and energy supply is difficult. Therefore energy input is very important concern due to meet increasing demand. In Industrial sector great opportunity to reduce energy consumption through implementation of energy efficient electric motors. This paper presents literature review of energy efficient electric motors, different speed control methods.

    Energy Audit of Electric Motors: A Review

    Sudhir U. Patil, Sandip U. Patil, H.R.Thakare, S.P.Ingale

    Energy Audit of Electric Motors: A Review

  • Key Performance Indicators for Public Private Partnership Projects in India Ankita Shirish Kolhapure, Rajanikanth V Devalkar

    Abstract— Public Private Partnership Projects (PPP) have become an important option in India. Though there are many problems faced, PPP’s are still considered as an interesting option. To achieve maximum Value for Money, Key Performance Indicators can be viewed as an effective method. This article describes in detail the 7 Performance Packages and 44 Performance Indicators.

    Key Performance Indicators for Public Private Partnership Projects in India

    Ankita Shirish Kolhapure, Rajanikanth V Devalkar

    Key Performance Indicators for Public Private

  • Improving C.B.R. of black cotton Soil using threaded Jute Fiber Mr.R.S.Sonawane, Mr.V.M.Pandit

    Abstract - In the present study, for California Bearing Ratio (CBR), Jute fiber are added in various dosage and 0%,0.5%, 1.5% , 2.0% and 2.5% for diameter 2mm and length 20mm, 40mm and 60mm with soil respectively and Modified Proctor Test, CBR has been conducted in laboratory. It has been concluded that increase jute fiber percentage.

    Improving C.B.R. of black cotton Soil using threaded Jute Fiber

    Mr.R.S.Sonawane, Mr.V.M.Pandit

    Improving C.B.R. of black cotton Soil

  • Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions By Clean Development Mechanism For Solid Waste Management In Nashik Shijo S. Thomas, Dr. M.P. Kadam

    Abstract - The Municipal solid waste in Nashik city is increasing day by day. This increase in solid waste is observed due to the increase in urbanization, industrialization, population density and income. The growth of households, industries, commercial units such as hotels, theatres, restaurants, malls and other infrastructures are increasing at greater level.

    Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions By Clean Development Mechanism For Solid Waste Management In Nashik

    Shijo S. Thomas, Dr. M.P. Kadam

    Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

  • Screening Of Pesticides Residues On Grape Growing Soils In Nashik District Rupali Bhalchandra Patil

    Abstract: Nashik district is known as a capital of Grape which is the highest producer of grapes in Maharashtra an estimated output of 4 lakhs metric tons per year. During 2016-17 export of grapes tunes to about 1.31 lakh metric tons. Chemical pesticides brought a great relief to avoid the loss due to different fungal diseases as well as to improve its yield. The small amounts of it remain and bind with the soil.

    Screening Of Pesticides Residues On Grape Growing Soils In Nashik District

    Rupali Bhalchandra Patil

    Screening Of Pesticides Residues On Grape

  • Use Of Pet And Condor Ss In Black Cotton Soil For Density And Compressive Strength Mr. Mangesh A. Kulkarni, Prof. Seema Borole, Prof. S.N. Kalia, Mrs. Dipika Firke

    Abstract - This study involves Use of PET and Plastic and their effect on black cotton soil due to some harmful impact of such waste create pollution. So need to take lead to use of such waste in large quantity to create healthy environment. Use of such raw material in alteration of Soil properties helps to minimize their impact. This study involve in changing of soil properties.

    Use Of Pet And Condor Ss In Black Cotton Soil For Density And Compressive Strength

    Mr. Mangesh A. Kulkarni, Prof. Seema Borole, Prof. S.N. Kalia, Mrs. Dipika Firke

    Use Of Pet And Condor Ss In Black Cotton

  • Soil Stabilizers For Soil Stabilization: A Review Mr. Shirsath H.A, Mr.Kale S.P., Dr.Sharma V.K.

    Abstract: The soil available on above ground surface and below the ground at various regions in the country often is weak and has no enough stability to carry structure load. The aim of the study was to review on stabilization of soil using various kinds of stabilizer. Several stabilizers are available to stabilize the expansive soils. So many stabilizers using low cost techniques, traditional soil stabilizers, soil reinforcement.

    Soil Stabilizers For Soil Stabilization: A Review

    Mr. Shirsath H.A, Mr.Kale S.P., Dr.Sharma V.K.

    Soil Stabilizers For Soil Stabilization

  • Bending Behaviour of Ferrocement Confined Concrete Specimens With Different Sizes Shekhar P Kale, Shirsath H A

    Abstract - The need of the construction industry to look for a reliable component for reinforced concrete structure has led to the usage of ferrocement which proves to be a effective solution and gives better output. This describes the structural short-term behavior of a beam strengthened with ferrocement laminate and identifies its advantages. In all Previous researches on structural behaviour of ferrocement structures.

    Bending Behaviour of Ferrocement Confined Concrete Specimens With Different Sizes

    Shekhar P Kale, Shirsath H A

    Bending Behaviour of Ferrocement Confined

  • Scheduling Construction Projects At The Appropriate Level Of Detail Sandeep Deepak Munot, David W. Manry

    Abstract-Schedules may include hundreds of tasks performed by dozens of trades and suppliers. Detailed schedules allow coordination of resources including labor, equipment and material to complete complex projects that are months and years in duration. The Last Planner System (LPS) in Lean Construction focuses on creating reliable workflow. A key principle in the LPS is planning at the appropriate level of detail.

    Scheduling Construction Projects At The Appropriate Level Of Detail

    Sandeep Deepak Munot, David W. Manry

    Scheduling Construction Projects

  • Assessment Of Non-Uniform Length Of Piles In Piled Raft Foundation Subjected To Non-Uniform Loading Uttam Kumar, Dr. S. A. Vasanwala

    Abstract— The three dimensional numerical analysis was performed to analyze the piled raft foundation of a considered configuration having non-uniform length of piles. The piled raft foundation has been found very effective to reduce the maximum settlement and differential settlement of a high rise building under the non-uniform load.

    Assessment Of Non-Uniform Length Of Piles In Piled Raft Foundation Subjected To Non-Uniform Loading

    Uttam Kumar, Dr. S. A. Vasanwala

    Assessment Of Non-Uniform Length Of Piles

  • A Study Of Various Challenges In Adoption Of Green Building Technologies In Construction Ruchira Ashok Pagar, S.MWaysal

    Abstract - Green building (GB) is gaining increased acceptance in the construction industry as a viable solution for meeting the growing demand for environmentally friendly or healthy buildings. However, the uptake of GB technologies is not as apparent as it should have been. The aim to examine the criticality of various barriers preventing the wider adoption of GB technologies.

    A Study Of Various Challenges In Adoption Of Green Building Technologies In Construction

    Ruchira Ashok Pagar, S.MWaysal

    Green Building Technologies In Construction

  • Rainwater Harvesting- A Case Study Dr.S.N.Kalia, Ms.Dhomse M.S.

    Abstract: Water scarcity is serious problem throughout the world for both urban & rural community. urbanization, industrial development & increase in agricultural field & production has resulted in overexploitation of groundwater & surface water resources and resultant deterioration in water quality at the dawn of 21st century numerous countries including India are facing a growing water crisis.

    Rainwater Harvesting- A Case Study

    Dr.S.N.Kalia, Ms.Dhomse M.S.

    Rainwater Harvesting- A Case Study

  • To Study Modern Techniques In Real Estate And Mitigation Of Risk Revati S. Patil, Hemant H. Salunkhe

    Abstract - The world is in a crucial need of sustainable and a smart development as the problem of pollution and global warming is hastily increasing all over the world. That’s why it is essential to use different green solutions to construction and modern methods of constructions. Also time is valuable and limited, that’s the reason optimal utilization of time and money by using various modern techniques.

    To Study Modern Techniques In Real Estate And Mitigation Of Risk

    Revati S. Patil, Hemant H. Salunkhe

    Modern Techniques In Real Estate And Mitigation Of Risk

  • Study of Construction Project Parameters to Achieve Project Life Cycle Ashish R. Kuveskar, Prof. Hemant Salunkhe

    Abstract- Risk management is important for every construction project. It is use to improve performance of project and increase the profit. Now a day, project become very complex and they have particular budget. So, companies and manager have responsibility to complete the work with time and schedule. Project work presents an application of risk management in the early stage of a project life cycle of a construction.

    Study of Construction Project Parameters to Achieve Project Life Cycle

    Ashish R. Kuveskar, Prof. Hemant Salunkhe

    Study of Construction Project Parameters

  • Effect of Polypropylene and Fly Ash on Properties of Soil Dipeeka B Firake, Sharma V.K

    Abstract— In the present work, strength of black cotton soil are improved by using fly ash and Polypropylene plastic fibers. The purpose of this investigation is to identify and quantify the influence of fibers variables (content and length) on performance of fiber reinforced soil-fly ash specimens. The result of investigation showed that the fiber inclusions increased the strength and properties.

    Effect of Polypropylene and Fly Ash on Properties of Soil

    Dipeeka B Firake, Sharma V.K

    Effect of Polypropylene and Fly Ash

  • Feasibility Study Of Sustainable Material For Retro fitting-Case Study Nashik City Mohan B Kale, S. M. Waysal

    Abstract - As the urban population and incomes increase, demand for every key service such as water, transportation, sewage treatment, low income housing will increase five- to sevenfold in cities of every size and type. The government has now realized the need for cities that can cope with the challenges of urban living and also be magnets for investment. The announcement of 100 smart cities.

    Feasibility Study Of Sustainable Material For Retro fitting-Case Study Nashik City

    Mohan B Kale, S. M. Waysal

    Feasibility Study Of Sustainable Material

  • Design And Analysis Of Sliding Segmental Retaining Wall Y. L. Bhirud, Madhur Gujrathi, Ankita Chobharkar, Babalu Jagtap, Samiksha Ghogare, Pranali Handge

    Abstract: Present invention provides specially design and development of a sliding segmental retaining wall. This retaining wall is designed to restrain against lateral earth thrust also in case of cohesive soil, to avoid failure of retaining wall, increasing the load carrying capacity and durability. Segmental retaining wall is new concept which replaces modular block facing units with flexible facing units.

    Design And Analysis Of Sliding Segmental Retaining Wall

    Y. L. Bhirud, Madhur Gujrathi, Ankita Chobharkar, Babalu Jagtap, Samiksha Ghogare, Pranali Handge

    Design And Analysis Of Sliding Segmental Retaining Wall

  • Industrialized Building System (IBS) As a Green Construction Method in India as Compare to Conventional Construction Method Case Study In Nashik Sangale Y.B., Pagar S. R., Dhiraj Aher

    Abstract - This study is conducted to the Comparison between the two construction methods. It is carried out through case two studies in nashik on construction sites, distribution of a total 35 interviewing respondents those are related to this construction methods. The case studies for this research were carried out at nashik construction sites on MAHADA construction project.

    Industrialized Building System (IBS) As a Green Construction Method in India as Compare to Conventional Construction Method Case Study In Nashik

    Sangale Y.B., Pagar S. R., Dhiraj Aher

    Industrialized Building System (IBS) As a Green Construction

  • To Assessment of Water Pipeline System Renovation in Uttam Nagar Area, Warje Pune Prof. Monika S. Ugale, Prof. Upendra Saharkar

    Abstract-This paper is based on assessment renovation parameters of underground water pipeline in Uttam Nagar Pune. This is centralised area and having better access to go any where in Pune, connected with Pune-Mumbai Express highway as well as this industrialised area too. This are reasons for needful future Renovation techniques in general offer pipeline operators.

    To Assessment of Water Pipeline System Renovation in Uttam Nagar Area, Warje Pune

    Prof. Monika S. Ugale, Prof. Upendra Saharkar

    To Assessment of Water Pipeline System

  • Co2 Absorbing Concrete Roads Mr.Mengal G.A., Mr. Shirsath H.A., Mahale Umesh D., Wagh Gaurav B., Wagh Pankaj S., GangurdeSandeep T.

    Abstract— An experimental investigation was carried out to evaluate capacity of concrete roads to absorb carbondioxideusing natural zeolite (NZ). To overcome serious climate change, deep reduction in CO2 emission will be required in next coming years. Global warming can be control by the CO2 absorption technique. Global warming is caused by large greenhouse gases(CO2, NH4 ,etc.) emission by human activities.

    Co2 Absorbing Concrete Roads

    Mr.Mengal G.A., Mr. Shirsath H.A., Mahale Umesh D., Wagh Gaurav B., Wagh Pankaj S., GangurdeSandeep T.

    Co2 Absorbing Concrete Roads

  • Effect Of Plastic Waste On Tile By Using Thermosetting Method Pagar S. R., Panchamiya P. B., Bagul K. P., Kale A. B.

    Abstract - This study has been undertaken to investigate thetiles prepared from the waste plastic which can be recycle and make plastic granules, chemical methyl ethyl ketone peroxide as hardener, Epoxy Resin as glue, sand which is mix in proportiondeterminants.Samples of 300mm X 300 mm X 15mm size samples are prepared at normal temperature and are tested for flexure and abrasion.

    Effect Of Plastic Waste On Tile By Using Thermosetting Method

    Pagar S. R., Panchamiya P. B., Bagul K. P., Kale A. B.

    Effect Of Plastic Waste On Tile

  • Efficiency of solar cell Mrs.D.S.Dhake, Mr.H.P.Shinde

    Abstract: Energy which comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, geothermal heat etc. is called renewable energy. Renewable energy is very important because the non-renewable energy such as petrol, diesel, and fossil fuels are limited. Solar energy is the most easily available source of energy. Most important it is non-conventional source of energy because it is non-polluting, clean etc.

    Efficiency of solar cell

    Mrs.D.S.Dhake, Mr.H.P.Shinde

    Efficiency of solar cell

  • Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Cement with Banana Leaves Ash Jugal R. Pawar, Aman S. Khaire

    Abstract - This study was under taken to know the concrete properties using Banana Leaves ash. Concrete is one of the materials that is widely used in construction all around the world. This material is widely used because it has several benefits such as durable, energy-efficient, low maintenance, affordability, fire-resistance, excellent thermal mass and also versatility.

    Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Cement with Banana Leaves Ash

    Jugal R. Pawar, Aman S. Khaire

    Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete

  • Urban and Advance Flood Control Model for Mumbai City Prof. Gorakh A. Mengal, Prof. Sadhana Pawar, Aher Chetan , Gangurde Harshal , Walunj Pradeep , Bhatjire Chaitali , Shaha Pallavi

    Abstract-Our weather is changing rapidly and it is resulting more and more mega natural disasters like Giant Storms, Droughts, Floods etc.In the same way “Mumbai” the capital city of Indian state of Maharashtra, being a low laying and saucer area, gets flooded almost each and every year during rainy seasons and high tides. Being the financial capital of India Mumbai contributes huge losses to the nations economy, due to the closed downs during flooding.

    Urban and Advance Flood Control Model for Mumbai City

    Prof. Gorakh A. Mengal, Prof. Sadhana Pawar, Aher Chetan , Gangurde Harshal , Walunj Pradeep , Bhatjire Chaitali , Shaha Pallavi

    Urban and Advance Flood Control Model for Mumbai City

  • A Study on Safety At Construction Projects A D Pawar, B L Rajput

    Abstract— The present study focuses on the study of safety at construction projects that will enhance the efficient completion of projects. Construction activities are complex and have a tradeoff between different areas. It is often observed that safety activities have an impact on the successful completion of the projects. This study tries to analyze such activities (factors) and areas.

    A Study on Safety At Construction Projects

    A D Pawar, B L Rajput

    A Study on Safety At Construction Projects

  • Prediction of Compression Strength of Concrete by Using Artificial Neural Network D.A. Sonawane, R.M. Jadhav

    Abstract - Concrete cubes strength determination tests are usually performed at three days to one year after pouring the concrete. The waiting period required to perform such test may delay the construction progress, decision making and neglecting such test would limit the quality control checks in large construction projects. Therefore, it becomes necessary that the rapid and reliable prediction of concrete strength.

    Prediction of Compression Strength of Concrete by Using Artificial Neural Network

    D.A. Sonawane, R.M. Jadhav

    Prediction of Compression Strength of Concrete

  • Street Stormwater Harvesting For Nashik City Deore Rashmi, Chavan Mayuri, D.O.Bhavar

    Abstract: Water scarcity is the problem in the present scenario. Many localities in the state and nation have face droughts according to the observations recorded in the last decade. To overcome the same government has focused on implementing several steps for water conservation and rainwater harvesting is a part of the program. Apart from this, there is a huge runoff from the streets.

    Street Stormwater Harvesting For Nashik City

    Deore Rashmi, Chavan Mayuri, D.O.Bhavar

    Street Stormwater Harvesting For Nashik City

  • Vertical Sewage Treatment Unit With Polyethylene Based Filter Mr. Gorakh. A. Mengal, Mrs. Sadhana Pawar, Hiraman A Shirsath

    Abstract— This paper represents the design and development of vertical small scale sewage treatment unit. The effects of sewage on the environment are largely negative. Alternatively, leaking or flooding can cause completely untreated sewage to enter rivers and other water sources, causing them to become polluted.

    Vertical Sewage Treatment Unit With Polyethylene Based Filter

    Mr. Gorakh. A. Mengal, Mrs. Sadhana Pawar, Hiraman A Shirsath

    Vertical Sewage Treatment Unit With Polyethylene

  • Effect Of Tsunami & Earthquake On Building In Coastal Region Ashish KashinathBodake, Prof. V.A. Kuwar

    Abstract - The seaside population has increased considerably over the past several decades. The increased seaside population led to increased seaside development, which causeto greater numbers of structures at risk from coastal hazards. Additionally, many of the residential buildings constructed today are larger and more valuable than those of the past, resulting in the potential for larger economic losses.

    Effect Of Tsunami & Earthquake On Building In Coastal Region

    Ashish KashinathBodake, Prof. V.A. Kuwar

    Effect Of Tsunami & Earthquake On Building

  • Review On Model Analysis Of Stone Column Pooja Baviskar, Vijaykumar Sharma

    Abstract: The rapid increase in construction activities over the past few decades have undisputedly increased the importance of ground improvement techniques. The stone column technique has been successfully applied for the foundation improvement (Ground Improvement). According to experimental and FEM research reinforcing soil by inclusion of stone columns is considered to be economical, feasible and effective in soft soils.

    Review On Model Analysis Of Stone Column

    Pooja Baviskar, Vijaykumar Sharma

    Review On Model Analysis Of Stone Column

  • Utilization Of Sugarcane Baggase Ash And Plastic Aggregate Pawar L. B., Karnavat M. S., Rode K. S., Sharma M. V., Sonawane U. S., Wagh Y. R.

    Abstract - The waste SCBA (Sugarcane baggase ash) causes a huge disposal problem. Using waste sugarcane baggase ash as a pozzolanic material to replace cement can reduce the consumption of cement and reduce landfill area requirements. This in turn helps to solve environmental issue caused by production of cement, decreasing both energy based and carbon dioxide emissions.

    Utilization Of Sugarcane Baggase Ash And Plastic Aggregate

    Pawar L. B., Karnavat M. S., Rode K. S., Sharma M. V., Sonawane U. S., Wagh Y. R.

    Utilization Of Sugarcane Baggase Ash And Plastic Aggregate

  • Effect of Fly Ash On Elastic Properties Of Self Compacting Concrete With Prestressing Mr.Tushar Harihar Sonawane, Prof. Yuvraj L. Bhirud

    Abstract: This report aims to study ‘Effect of cementitious powder on fresh and hardened state properties of self compacting concrete. Self compacting concrete does not require vibration for placing and compaction hence considered as ‘Most revolutionary development in concrete construction for several decades’. This concrete is able to flow under its own weight, completely filling of formwork.

    Effect of Fly Ash On Elastic Properties Of Self Compacting Concrete With Prestressing

    Mr.Tushar Harihar Sonawane, Prof. Yuvraj L. Bhirud

    Effect of Fly Ash On Elastic Properties

  • Strengthening of Composite Column using Fiber Reinforced Polymer Manjari Ajay Bhattacharya

    Abstract - Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) systems for strengthening concrete structures are an alternative to traditional strengthening techniques, such as concrete jacketing. In this study a columns of old residential building of G+1 floor was strengthen using FRP system since user wanted to add two more floor on it. Different types of Fiber (Viz. carbon Fiber, Glass Fiber, Aramid Fiber) were considered for it.

    Strengthening of Composite Column using Fiber Reinforced Polymer

    Manjari Ajay Bhattacharya

    Column using Fiber Reinforced Polymer

  • Study of Basalt Fiber OnCompaction Characteristics Of Black Cotton Soil Pandit Vinod M, Chopada Rohit, Khabiya Tushar, Choudhary Ayushi, Gandhi Bhushan, Chhajed Deepali

    Abstract-With increase of population demand of land increases, therefore civil engineering structures have to be carried out on weak or soft soil. Various ground improvement techniques such as soil stabilization and reinforcement are employed to improve mechanical behavior of black cotton soil. Black cotton soil is one of the major soil deposits of the India.

    Study of Basalt Fiber OnCompaction Characteristics Of Black Cotton Soil

    Pandit Vinod M, Chopada Rohit, Khabiya Tushar, Choudhary Ayushi, Gandhi Bhushan, Chhajed Deepali

    Study of Basalt Fiber On Compaction

  • Comparative Study of Waste Pet Bottle Fibers And Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced Concrete T. R. Shinde, V. A. Kuwar, R. M. Jadhav

    Abstract— In this experimental study fibers derived from waste PET ( Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottles are used as a fibers in concrete and test results are compared with Polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete. The objective of this study is to evaluate the performance of PET fiber reinforced concrete compared to polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete and normal concrete.

    Comparative Study of Waste Pet Bottle Fibers And Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced Concrete

    T. R. Shinde, V. A. Kuwar, R. M. Jadhav

    Comparative Study of Waste Pet Bottle

  • Biogas Production from Water Hyacinth in Co-Digestion with Sugarcane Bagasse Sagar Chavhan, Mrs. Pali Sahu

    Abstract - Fossil fuels currently provide the bulk of world’s primary energy. Since fossil fuels are nonrenewable natural resources and rate of its utilization exceeds the natural rate of production, an end point exists. There is thus a need for the development of new energy sources that will be more economically competitive. Water hyacinth (WH) and Sugarcane Bagasse can be used to generate energy.

    Biogas Production from Water Hyacinth in Co-Digestion with Sugarcane Bagasse

    Sagar Chavhan, Mrs. Pali Sahu

    Biogas Production from Water Hyacinth

  • Effect Of Copper Slag On Mechanical Properties Of Concrete As A Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate S.P.Pethkar, R.M.Jadhav

    Abstract: Conservation of natural resources and preservation of environment is necessary thing. Rapid growth of industrialization has resulted the generation of huge quantity of wastes, both in solid and liquid in industrial sectors. It’s presumed that about 10-15% of wastes produced are hazardous and generation of hazardous wastes is increasing at the rate of 2- 5% per year.

    Effect Of Copper Slag On Mechanical Properties Of Concrete As A Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate

    S.P.Pethkar, R.M.Jadhav

    Effect Of Copper Slag On Mechanical Properties

  • Selection of Suitable Techniques, Scope And Regulations For Demolition of Rcc Building Vikas Singh, Vikram Singh Rawat, Omkar Chavan, Prof.R.H.Jadhav

    Abstract - The life cycle of concrete structures is usually 50 to 80 years. During this life, structures often meet with some situations like disasters, changing functions, reconstruction, or improved residence demand due to population, all these lead to demolition or reconstruction of existing structures. In developing countries like India demolition is very essential for development of new structures.

    Selection of Suitable Techniques, Scope And Regulations For Demolition of Rcc Building

    Vikas Singh, Vikram Singh Rawat, Omkar Chavan, Prof.R.H.Jadhav

    Selection of Suitable Techniques, Scope And Regulations

  • Cement Treated Sub-Base For Bituminous Pavement Aher D.D., Sangale Y. B., Pagar S. R., Yadnesh Patil, Rahul Rayate

    Abstract- In India, due to massive infrastructure construction activities are taking place both in rural and urban area have caused scarcity of construction materials. The pavement industry looks for ways of improving lower quality materials that are readily available for use in road way construction. Cement /lime treatment has become an accepted method for increasing the strength and durability of soils.

    Cement Treated Sub-Base For Bituminous Pavement

    Aher D.D., Sangale Y. B., Pagar S. R., Yadnesh Patil, Rahul Rayate

    Cement Treated Sub-Base For Bituminous Pavement

  • Structural Analysis of Multi-Storied Building For Different Plan Configuration For Different Types of Soil Nilesh Sanjiv More, Nikam P. A., Jadhav R. M.

    Abstract— In India, soil conditions are different in different regions which plays important role during earthquake shaking. Soil having number of layers at various depths at different locations doesn’t show same response on structure during earthquake. Infill walls are referred as non-structural element during design in general but effect of infill walls on structure during earthquake.

    Structural Analysis of Multi-Storied Building For Different Plan Configuration For Different Types of Soil

    Nilesh Sanjiv More, Nikam P. A., Jadhav R. M.

    Structural Analysis of Multi-Storied Building

  • Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The Propertes Of Concrete Pawar Lalit Bhausing, Yeole Pradip M., Pagar Sharad R.

    Abstract - This study has been undertaken to determine the effects of the copper slag on concrete by replacing sand. A Cu slag is byproduct in various industries.The Copper Slag contains heavy metal traces, which can contribute to air and water pollution. It's commonly classified as hazardous waste due to this risk. Another issue to consider is the sheer volume of slag produced during copper refining.

    Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The Propertes Of Concrete

    Pawar Lalit Bhausing, Yeole Pradip M., Pagar Sharad R.

    Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement

  • Review On Powder Type Self Compacting Concrete Or Infrastructure Mr. Tushar Harihar Sonawane, Prof. Sachin U. Pagar

    Abstract: This review aims to study Self compacting concrete for infrastructure purpose. A Self compacting concrete is an innovative concrete that does not require vibration for placing and compaction. It is considered as ‘Most revolutionary development in concrete construction for several decades’ This concrete is able to flow under its own weight, completely filling of formwork and achieving.

    Review On Powder Type Self Compacting Concrete Or Infrastructure

    Mr. Tushar Harihar Sonawane, Prof. Sachin U. Pagar

    Powder Type Self Compacting Concrete Or Infrastructure

  • Use of Ultrasonic Interferometer to Study Solvent-Solvent Interaction at Differentrent Temperatures S.R.Dudhat, V.A.Jundale, S.S.Chine

    Abstract - The basic parameters like viscosity (η), density(ρ) and velocity (U) can be measured by ultrasonic Interferometer. From these three parameters various thermodynamical and acoustical parameters such as specific acoustic impedance (Z), Intermolecular free length (Lf), adiabatic compressibility ‘s (β) etc can be n estimated using standard relations from measured values of Ultrasonic viscosities.

    Use of Ultrasonic Interferometer to Study Solvent-Solvent Interaction at Differentrent Temperatures

    S.R.Dudhat, V.A.Jundale, S.S.Chine

    Use of Ultrasonic Interferometer

  • Assessment of Drinking Water Quality and Its Impact on AmbiVillage Resident's Health Dr. Renu Parashar, Dr. Ushadevi Patil

    Abstract-The present study was undertaken to study the physico-chemical parameters of water samples collected from Indrayani river water at ambi Village Pune. The quality of water is of vital concern for the mankind since it is directly linked with human welfare. This water used for drinking purpose without treatment in village Ambi, Pune. The water sample was collected from different places of Ambi Village.

    Assessment of Drinking Water Quality and Its Impact on AmbiVillage Resident's Health

    Dr. Renu Parashar, Dr. Ushadevi Patil

    Assessment of Drinking Water Quality

  • DGPS BASED DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY Patil Vilas K, Kulkarni Makrand M, Wagh S G, Vairale Shubham N,Jagtap Pratik R

    Abstract— Forlarge-scale infrastructure projects like Dam, Canal, Railways, Highways and many more, topographical information is veryimportant. This information is made available either by studying various kinds of mapsor by traditional surveying. In estimation of area and volume data of elevation plays vital role. Conventional instruments of surveying like, dumpy level, the odolite, total station etc.

    DGPS BASED DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY

    Patil Vilas K, Kulkarni Makrand M, Wagh S G, Vairale Shubham N,Jagtap Pratik R

    DGPS BASED DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY

  • Runoff Estimation in Watershed GP-10 using NRCS-CN and GIS Pallavi Kulkarni, Dr. K.A Patil

    Abstract - Runoff is an important parameter in any catchment; especially areas where rainfall is scant. Estimation of runoff can provide us the better planning and management of water resources of any region. Marathwada region has experienced extreme water scarcity due to unpredictable and meager rainfall. Present study uses the NRCS-Curve Number method to estimate the runoff of watershed GP-10 using GIS.

    Runoff Estimation in Watershed GP-10 using NRCS-CN and GIS

    Pallavi Kulkarni, Dr. K.A Patil

    Runoff Estimation in Watershed GP-10

  • Automation-A New Threat Mr. Ambhore Santosh

    Abstract: As research and engineering filed is advanced, it has solved many day to day problems faced by human beings. No doubt automation is playing important role in human life but on the other hand it has number of drawback. This drawbacks if neglected could serious problem for mankind, who himself in now supporting for automation.

    Automation-A New Threat

    Mr. Ambhore Santosh

    Automation-A New Threat

  • Smart Milk Quality Detection System Mahale Santosh, Deshmukh Shital, Nakhate Anjali, Ambure Aishwarya, Chavan Kaveri

    Abstract - There has become an ever increasing need for detecting good quality of milk against the bad one because of the vast number of methods now known and used for milk adulteration. Especially since India has a vast and thriving dairy industry committing an adulteration fraud can reap rich profits and exploit poor people. Such methods lead to large amount of wastage of milk.

    Smart Milk Quality Detection System

    Mahale Santosh, Deshmukh Shital, Nakhate Anjali, Ambure Aishwarya, Chavan Kaveri

    Smart Milk Quality Detection System

  • KYC USING BLOCKCHAIN Prof A. L. Maind, Pallavi Vijay Gedam, Snehal Kashinath Chavan, Chitrali Dnyaneshwar Shinde

    Abstract-Our country follows a centralized banking system. Recently it started a Know Your Customer (KYC) process in which customer has to update his/her details. Other business and financial institution too use this process to keep information for validation and authentication of their users, employees etc. But the problem with this process is user has to do KYC every time whenever he goes to new institution.

    KYC USING BLOCKCHAIN

    Prof A. L. Maind, Pallavi Vijay Gedam, Snehal Kashinath Chavan, Chitrali Dnyaneshwar Shinde

    KYC USING BLOCKCHAIN

  • Smart Water Distribution System Rural Area Development Prof. Kainjan S. Sanghavi, Kavita R. Sonawane, Bhagyashri S. Shelar, Ashwini B. Suryanwanshi, Vaishali H. Zoting

    Abstract— Traditionally water distribution is carried out zone wise. If the new area is developing around the city, a new water distribution zone is developed with a new municipal water tank in that zone. Even in the specific zone, area or society wise water control valves are used manually for water distribution among the different societies or areas.

    Smart Water Distribution System Rural Area Development

    Prof. Kainjan S. Sanghavi, Kavita R. Sonawane, Bhagyashri S. Shelar, Ashwini B. Suryanwanshi, Vaishali H. Zoting

    Smart Water Distribution System Rural Area Development

  • Improve Ground Water Table At Manmad Prof. G A Mengal, Prof. M.S.Dhomse, Chavan Sujit, Doshi Hardik, Lalwani Girish, Kondekar Amar, Kondekar Amar

    Abstract - The supply of water in rural area is one of biggest challenge in India. Manmad is rural town in Maharashtra which have its own water source i.e. Waghdhardi dam. But the supply of water is very inconsistent throughout year and it get very severe in summer season to meet daily needs of town. They have to depend on water rotation which comes from Palkhed dam.

    Improve Ground Water Table At Manmad

    Prof. G A Mengal, Prof. M.S.Dhomse, Chavan Sujit, Doshi Hardik, Lalwani Girish, Kondekar Amar, Kondekar Amar

    Improve Ground Water Table At Manmad

  • Experimental Study on Self-compacting Geopolymer Mortar with Partial Replacement of River Sand by Slag, Artificial, Wash Sands Kranti Bhadane, R.M.Jadhav, S.S.Suryawanshi

    Abstract: In any developing country to meet energy demand and energy supply is difficult. Therefore energy input is very important concern due to meet increasing demand. In Industrial sector great opportunity to reduce energy consumption through implementation of energy efficient electric motors. This paper presents literature review of energy efficient electric motors, different speed control methods.

    Experimental Study on Self-compacting Geopolymer Mortar with Partial Replacement of River Sand by Slag, Artificial, Wash Sands

    Kranti Bhadane, R.M.Jadhav, S.S.Suryawanshi

    Experimental Study on Self-compacting Geopolymer

  • Study Of Roundabout For Heterogeneous Traffic Condition Mr. Thakare A K, Dheeraj D Aher, BachhavDhanesh D., Suryawanshi Amit D, ShirsathDushyant V, Bhatt Vilas V.

    Abstract— This thesis addresses the most important element of operational performance of roundabout traffic intersection in Malegaon on capacity analysis. The movements of the vehicles were observed at roundabouts along ring road in Malegaon. Gap acceptance and follow up time were estimated for cars for one hour analysis. The relation between the roundabout performance measure and capacity.

    Study Of Roundabout For Heterogeneous Traffic Condition

    Mr. Thakare A K, Dheeraj D Aher, BachhavDhanesh D., Suryawanshi Amit D, ShirsathDushyant V, Bhatt Vilas V.

    Study Of Roundabout For Heterogeneous Traffic Condition

  • FLEXURE OF THICK BEAM SUBJECTED TO SINE LOAD Dr. Ajay Dahake, Nikhil Gadhwe, Krushna Pise

    Abstract - A trigonometric shear deformation theory for flexural analysis of thick beams, taking into account transverse shear deformation effects, is developed. The trigonometric sine function is used in displacement field in terms of thickness coordinate to represent the shear deformation effects. The governing differential equations and boundary conditions are obtained by using the well known principle.

    FLEXURE OF THICK BEAM SUBJECTED TO SINE LOAD

    Dr. Ajay Dahake, Nikhil Gadhwe, Krushna Pise

    FLEXURE OF THICK BEAM SUBJECTED TO SINE LOAD

  • BENDING OF THICK ALUMINUM BEAM Shaikh Razi Anwar Alauddin, Uttam Kalwane, Ajay Dahake

    Abstract: Many parts of spacecrafts, airplane is made up of aluminum, which is thick or deep in section. For the analysis of deep or thick beams, a trigonometric shear deformation theory is used, taking into account transverse shear deformation effects, is developed. To represent the shear deformation effects, a sinusoidal function is used in displacement field in terms of thickness coordinate.

    BENDING OF THICK ALUMINUM BEAM

    Shaikh Razi Anwar Alauddin, Uttam Kalwane, Ajay Dahake

    BENDING OF THICK ALUMINUM BEAM