Production engineering is a professional practice of manufacturing technology and a production engineer typically has a wide knowledge of engineering practices and is aware of the management challenges related to production. The goal is to accomplish the manufacturing processes efficiently and economically.
The curriculum of Production engineering encompasses the contents with engineering materials, casting technology, machining technology, fabrication, tool engineering, metrology, manufacturing systems, automation and Rapid manufacturing .In a typical industry, once the design is realized, production engineering concepts regarding work-study, ergonomics, operation research, tooling, manufacturing management, materials management, production planning, transportation etc., play important roles in efficient production processes. These deal with integrated design and efficient planning of the entire manufacturing system, which is becoming increasingly challenging with the emergence of sophisticated production methods and control systems.
The Department offers B.E (Production Engineering), M.E.(Mechanical) with specialization in CAD/CAM with Robotics. PhD (Mechanical) programmers.
State-of-the-art laboratories are available in the areas of Machining, Sheet metal working, Welding, Robotics, CAD/CAM, CNC Production grade machines, Automation, Modeling, Simulation, Ergonomics, Materials and Industrial Operations Management.
Reputed industries like Larsen &Toubro, Godrej and Boyce, Siemens, Mahindra and Mahindra, TCS etc employ our students.
Students after undergraduate course join abroad for higher studies in best of the universities like Cornell USA, Georgia Tech USA, Harvard, USA, Delft, Netherlands, KTH Sweden.
Training and skill development programs are conducted for industries in the areas of manufacturing.
Many research papers have been published in journals and conferences by faculty. The department offers engineering consultancy in the areas of design and manufacturing.
Production Engineering Department aspires to be recognized for outstanding education and research leading to holistic development of well-qualified technocrats, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and motivated for realizing manufacturing and operational excellence to achieve Indian prominence in global arena.
- To impart quality education through state-of-art facilities and appropriate mentoring for holistic development of students matching with the changing needs of stakeholders.
- To encourage and motivate faculty to take up research and consultancy
- To liaise and collaborate with industries, R&D organizations, professional societies and educational institutions for excellence in teaching and research.
- To enable development of newer and cost competitive manufacturing technologies for providing better quality products and services.
Program Educational Objectives [PEOs]:
- To prepare the student with a sound foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals.
- To prepare the student to use modern tools effectively in order to solve real life manufacturing problems.
- To prepare the student for a successful career in Indian and Multinational Organisations and to excel in their postgraduate studies.
- To encourage and motivate the student in the art of self-learning.
- To inculcate a professional and ethical attitude, good leadership qualities and commitment to social responsibilities in the students’ thought process
Program Outcomes [POs]:
Engineering Graduates will be able to
Program Specific Outcomes [PSOs]:
Student will have the ability to
- Solve real life industrial problems in manufacturing through practical experience gained during the program.
- Acquire knowledge of advanced technologies in manufacturing, computational techniques of simulation and analysis.
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers):
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers):
SAE is a professional engineering society which represents every engineering and scientific discipline. Our vision is to continuously enrich knowledge base of practitioners in mobility industry and institutions in service of humanity. The council aims to enhance your formal education and professional development. The SAE-CRCE has been organizing many events since its inception in 2011 for enhancing the learning experience of students. It is the engineering society for advancing mobility on land, sea, air and space.
ASME CRCE is a student’s chapter that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment and skills development across all engineering disciplines. We promote art, science and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences. ASME CRCE is the only International Production Council in Fr. CRCE. ASME will be instrumental in organizing national and international seminars, competitions and paper presentations.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has been supporting the manufacturing industry, working closely with manufacturing professionals, educators, school & communities. Key focus areas of SME are Bring the manufacturing in Main Stream, training for advanced manufacturing technology, improving in skilled workforce.
IIIE :IIIE chapter was formed on 1st November 2017 which have motive to bring the students of the Production Branch closer to the industry through seminar and Industrial Visits.
Team Abadha represents Fr. CRCE at the national level competition SAE BAJA wherein engineering students are asked to design, build and fabricate an ATV.
Team CFR represents Fr. CRCE at the national level formula racing car competition held at Buddh International Circuit.
Team Avistrotra: Team Avistrotra from Fr.CRCE, participating in National Competitions which have motive to design and fabricate go karts with a vision to give impetus to go karting as a sport in India.
Team Vaayushastra of Fr. CRCE, is a collegiate technical team that contests in the SAE Aero Design (Advanced Class) competition held annually in United States with the prime objective of manufacturing an Unmanned Aerial Vehical(UAE).
Team Robocon participate In National level competition ‘ABU Asia pacific Robot contest. Which is Asia Pacific region’s most prestigious robotics contest? Every year, more than 120 of the best colleges in India battle it out in the National Finals, and the winning team is given the opportunity to represent India at International Platform.
Vivek Agarwal secured 9.60 CGPA in University Examination
Anniruddh Nair secured 9.14 CGPA in University Examination
- Manthan Dakshini secured 3rd rank in Production Engineering, Mumbai University
- Onkar Kakkad secured 4th rank in Production Engineering, Mumbai University
- Divyesh Karelia secured 5th rank in Production Engineering, Mumbai University
Viraj Lele secured 1st rank in Production Engineering, Mumbai University
Team Abadha represented Fr. CRCE at the national level competition SAE BAJA wherein engineering students are asked to design, build and fabricate an ATV. This team overall ranked 19th in the nation. Competition was held on 16th–19th Feb 17.
Team CFR participated in racing competition held at Buddh International Circuit, Delhi, India on 26th June to 1st of July 2017.
Team Avishrota Participated in International Series of KARTING – ISK 2017 at Bangalore organized by international series of Karting. Competition was held on 20th – 23th March 2017.
Team Vaayushastra Participated International level competition held at Texas, USA in March 2017 achieved 5th rank.4. Team Vaayushastra Participated International level competition held at Texas, USA in March 2017 achieved 5th rank.
Team Robocon participated in National level competition organized at Balewadi stadium, Pune on 2nd to 4th March 2017 & achieved 18th Ranking among 120 Teams
Reputed companies like Godrej & Boyce, Larson &Toubro, Siemens, Mahindra & Mahindra, Mercedes Benz, General Mills India, Mazgaon Dock, Magna Steyr India Ltd., Volkswagen, Parle G, Portescap, Gemson, Goregaon, Capiq Engineering, Vadodara, Tata Consultancy Services, Accenture recruited students in past.
Anil Dadiga Entrepreneur
Bhishman Desai, Process Engineer in Tesla Motors
Many Ambitious students were admitted by worlds Finest Universities like, Cornell-USA, Georgia Tech -USA, Harvard-USA, Delft- Netherlands, KTH-Sweden.
Recent Seminars/ Workshops/ Industrial Training:
Continuous Education Programs:
- Technical Lecture series by L & T.
- Seminar on ‘A New Product Design’ was organized in collaboration with L&T.
- Conducted Industrial Training Program for Blue collar workmen, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
- Two Days FDP on “Research Methodology and Statistical Techniques in Research” Two Days FDP on “Hands-On Training on Mechatronic Systems” in Association with Christiani Sharpline Technical Training Private Limited, Navi Mumbai and Indian Institute of Industrial Engineering (IIIE), Mumbai Chapter.
- Two Days FDP on “Hands-On Training on Computational Fluid dynamics using simulations”.
- 2-Days Faculty Development program on “Intellectual Property Rights”, organised by Department of Production Engineering and Department of Information Technology.
- 2-Days Faculty Development program on “Simulation of Manufacturing Systems”.
Industrial Training and reputed industries gives Industrial Prospectus and enhances their chances for placement in industries.
- 12 March 2016, an Industrial visit was arranged to Mahindra & Mahindra, Pune12 March 2016, an Industrial visit was arranged to Mahindra & Mahindra, Pune
- 5th March 2016, Industrial visit to Bajaj Auto Bajaj Auto and Electro Pneumatics, Pune.
- 26th December 2015 to 2nd January 2016- Week Long Industrial Visit wherein students visited Khanna Paper Mills at Amritsar, Hydro Power Private Ltd at Dharamshala and The Glacier Private Ltd. at Dalhousie.
- 5th and 6th Sept 2015- Industrial visit to Bajaj Auto and Electro Pneumatics, Pune
|1||Vasim A shaikh et al."Microlubrication machining of 1018 steel:the effect of a biodegradable lubrication on the microstructural integrity"Lubrication science,2017,Wiley online library DOI:10.1002/Is 1373|
|2||Joshi K.N.,Patil B.T., (2016), “Review of Industrial Metrology using Machine Vision.”; International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, ISSN:2250-2459,Vol.6,No6,pp 125-131|
|3||Deepika Singh Singraur & Bhushan Patil, “Review on Performance Enhancement of Plastic Injection Molding using Conformal Cooling Channels”, International Journal of Engineering Research and General Science, July-August, 2016 ISSN 2091-2730, Volume 4, Issue 4, July-August, 2016 (PP.176-180)|
|4||Narkhede, B.E., Mahajan, S.K., Patil, B.T. and Raut, R.D., 2016. Evaluating Factors Influencing Information Quality in Large Firms. , International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering,Vol.11,No.1 pp 30-37|
|5||Heeranand B. Vhangade , Bhushan T. Patil, Jaladhi Desai , Saurabh Baranwal (2017), “Design for Manufacturing Integration Ontologies and Analysis in Computer Aided Designing,”International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol.6,Issue 6,pp 11773-11779|
|6||Onkar V Potadar, Bhushan T Patil,(2016). “Development of Gear Measuring Model for Geometrical Measurement of Spur Gears”, Proceedings of First Int. Con. on Materials, Manufacturing and Design Engineering (iCMMD 2016),pp473-477|
|7||Tejashri Kulkarni,Ramchandra Anvekar,Kiran Wagale, Bhushan T Patil,(2016). “Change Management using OSS:Case Study of Job shop”, Proceedings of Int. Con. on Advanced and Agile Manufacturing nand Agile Software Development(ICAM-ASD2016),pp293-303.|
|8||Vedavyasrao S. Jorapur et al."A Promising Initial Population base genetic algorithms for job shop scheduling problem"Journal Of Software Enginering and application,ISSN Print 1945-3116,ISSN Online 1945-3124..|
|9||Arun Bhiva Rane et al., “Assembly Line Performance Modeling and Improvement” Journal of Industrial Engineering International, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 347–355, March 2017|
|10||Arun Bhiva Rane et al., “Cost models for improved vehicle assembly line performance” in International Journal of Simulation and Process modelling, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 111-123, 2016.|
|11||Arun Bhiva Rane et al., “Optimization of Vehicle Assembly Line”, 10th ISDSI International Conference, Nasik.|
|12||Arun Bhiva Rane et al., “Vendor selection by TOPSIS and Pugh Matrix-A case study” in National Convention of Indian Institute of Industrial Engineers, Nagpur, 2016/10.|
|13||Arun Bhiva Rane et al., “Elimination of proprietary control for CNC machine” in Journal of Basic and applied research international, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp. 211-217, 2016/4.|
|14||D.S.S.Sudhakar “Automated storage system for kayak” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET):, Volume: 04 Issue: 04, pp 2436-2439,e ISSN: 23950056,April 2017.|
|15||D.S.S. Sudhakar “Vector Field Based Conversion of Color Image to Gray Scale” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering,:2007 Certified Vol. 5, pp 159-161. Issue .10,October 2016|
|16||Sakib Shaukat Sarguroh,Arun B Rane, Saurabh A Korgaonkar,D S S Sudhakar “Elimination of proprietary control for computerized numerical control (CNC)machine” Journal of Basic and Applied Research International, Journal of Basic and Applied Research International|
|1||Shinde R.A., Patil B.T.,Joshi K.N., “Optimization of Tube Hydroforming Process (without Axial feed)by using FEA Simulations”,3rd International Conference on Innovations in Automation and Mechatronics Engineering,ICIAME 2016 organized by G H Patel College of Engineering & Technology, VallabhVidyanagar 388120, Gujarat-India (Published in Elsevier Procedia Technology)|
|2||Prashant Jadhav ,A.B.Rane ,D.S.S.Sudhakar “Analysis of Burner for Biogas By Computational Fluid Dynamics and Optimization of Design by Genetic Algorithm” at the ‘4th International conferences on Advances in Computer, Communication, and Control, ‘03-04 ICAC4’ 15.|
|3||A.B.Rane ,Dr. V.K.Sunnapwar ,Dr. S.B.Rane “Strategies to overcome the HR barriers in successful lean implementation” Int. J. of Procurement Management, Published Inderscience publishers,Jan 2015.|
|4||A.B.Rane, Dr. V.K.Sunnapwar , D.S.S.Sudhakar” Regression modeling for performance improvement of Assembly line” Journal of Basic and applied research international”, Published, International Knowledge Press, May 2015|
|5||A.B.Rane , Dr. V.K.Sunnapwar , Dr. S.M.Khot, Dr. Ramesh Vulavala “Mathematical modeling of Vehicle assembly line Int. J. of Simulation and Process modelling, Inderscience publishers”,Deceber 2015.|
|6||A.B.Rane , Dr. V.K.Sunnapwar Dr. S.M.Khot,”Importance of VSM in Lean mfg : A case study Int. conf. “on IE (ICIE 2015) IIIE & ICIE 2015 at SVNIT, Surat , ICIE 2015 – P -177,Published in proceedings ,September 2015.|
|7||A.B.Rane , Dr. V.K.Sunnapwar , Dr. N. Chari, M.Sharma, V.Jorapur “Improving performance of Lock assembly line using lean and simulation approach International Journal of Business Performance Management (IJBPM)”, Inderscience publishers,Jan 2016.|
|8||AkshaySarda, Arun.B.Rane,” Simulation of a Vehicle Assembly Line using ARENA “,Int. conf. on IE (ICIE 2015) IIIE & ICIE 2015 at SVNIT, Surat, ICIE2015-P-74 Published in proceedings, Sep 2015.|
|9||Stephen Joseph K, Ragini Joshi, Pratiksha Gangawane, Sana Kanvinde, D.S.S.Sudhakar"Development of JOLIS GC3000 Gas Cutter Joint Ordinate Linear Interpolation System CNC Machine" Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2015 Vol I October 21-23, 2015, San Francisco, USA.|
|10||D S S Sudhakar, "Performance Optimization of shell and tube heat exchanger by CFD,International Conferance on emerging trends in Engineering Technology Mumbai 2016.|
|11||Priya B. Vhangade, D.S.S. Sudhakar, Rajeev A. Solanki, Basappa U. Vhangade "Comparative study of the effect of dwelling the punch at the BDC VS without dwelling at the BDC on the deep drawing process by FE Simulation "IJMET, Volume 7, Issue 3, May –June 2016 , pp.249–266, Article ID: IJMET_07_03_023|
|12||Shital Dharmul , D.S.S. Sudhakar,"Study of Heating Process in Condenser of Thermokinetic Desorpter " International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research,Volume 4,Issue 2,Feb 2016.|
|13||Vedavyasrao S Jorapur, Vinod S Puranik, Anand S Deshpande, Mahesh Sharma "A promising initial population based genetic algorithm for job shop scheduling problem" Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Scientific Research Publishing,Volume 9,Pg-208,May 2016.|
|1||AdityaDarekar, T.S.Venkatesh , BhushanPatil , Yazad Doctor," Review of optimization aspects for plastic injection molding process", IRACST- Engg Science & Technology , An International Journal [ESTIJ],1 Feb 2015, ISSN 2250-3498 Vol.5 .|
|2||Dipali K.Bhise, D.S.S.Sudhakar, HitendraB.Vaishnav,“ Analysis of CH10sm airfoil using computational fluid dynamics”, International conference on Advances in Computer, Communication, and Control 2003-04, ICAC4’15.|
|3||Hitendra B. Vaishnav, D.S.S.Sudhakar, Dipai k.Bhise, “Effect of Front wing on racing car”, International conference on Advances in Computer, Communication, and Control 2003-04, ICAC4’15.|
|4||Prasad Kawade, B.S.Ajit Kumar, KashyapAnandpara, D.S.S.Sudhakar, “Computer Aided Design and Analysis of Volatile separating device” ICAC3’15 procedia computer science 00(2014) 000-000.|
|5||N.Akshayata.C, Aravind Kumar, D.S.S.Sudhakar, “Computer aided process planning in job shop environment”, International conference on Advances in Computer, Communication, and Control 2003-04, ICAC4’15.|
|6||Jorapur V.S,"Research issues in bottlenecks in discrete manufacturing systems",IJERT-2012, 2015,Elsevier publications – Computers in Industry vp; 70.|
|7||Jorapur V.S,"Comparative study different representations in genetic algorithms for job shop scheduling",Journal of software engineering and applications,2014 ,vol 9.|
|8||JorapurV.S,"Analysis of discrete manufacturing system of transmission shafts and gears for its optimum performance".|
|9||Vijay S. Bilolikar,YogeshGadinaik, “ Simulation based analysis of job shop manufacturing planning”, Annual conference of production and operations management society (POMS), ,May 2015,Washington DC, USA.|
|10||Vijay S Bilolikar & Karuna Jain , ‘An Adaptive Crossover Genetic Algorithm for Multi-mode RCPSP with Discounted Cash Flows 26th Annual conference of Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), held at Washington DC, USA on May 8th -11th, 2015,.|
|11||A.B.Rane, “Literature review of development and optimization of vehicle assembly line” ,Open Journal of Optimization (OJOp), ,Nov 2014.,Scientific Research Publishing.|
|12||A B Rane,“Simulation based case study to improve the performance of an Assembly line” ISDSI International Conference, , January 2015,Pune, India.|
|13||A B Rane, “Improving the performance of assembly line: Review with case study” International conference on Nascent Technologies in the Engineering Field,2015.|
|14||A B Rane,“Regression modeling for performance improvement of Assembly line” International conference on Advances in Computer, Communication, and Control 2003-04, ICAC4’15.|
|15||A B Rane, “Analysis of burner for biogas by computational fluid dynamics and optimization of design by GA” International conference on Advances in Computer, Communication, and Control 2003-04, ICAC4’15.|
|16||A B Rane, “DES based lean manufacturing implementation in bearing industry” at National conference on Industrial Engg. and Tech. Management, NCIETM-2014, October , 2014.|
|17||A B Rane,“Strategies to overcome the HR barriers in successful lean implementation” International journal of Procurement Management, Inderscience Publishers, April 2015.|
|18||A B Rane, “ Simulation of manufactuirng systems” at International conference on eco-friendly Technology for sustainable growth ICEFT-2014,, March 2014, pp 41-46.|
|19||M.VeeraBhadraRao,“ Low cost Automation”, LalaLajpathrai Institute of Management Studies , March 2015,Mahalaxmi.|
|20||Manoj J. Ghag,M.VeeraBhadraRao, “Review of optimization techniques such as DOE and GRA used for process parameters of Resistance spot welding”, (IJSR) ISSN:2319-7064, Volume 4, 6, June 2015, Paper ID:SUB155288, pp 701-705.|
|21||Manoj J. Ghag, M.VeeraBhadraRao, “Optimization of process parameters in resistance spot welding of IS410:2006 grade CuZn40 brass material using Taguchi method”, (IJSER) ISSN:2347-3878, Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2015, Paper ID:IJSER15273, pp 92-97.|
|22||Imran A. Shaikhand, M.VeeraBhadraRao, “A Review on Optimization process parameters for TIG welding using Taguchi method & Grey Relational Analysis”, (IJSR) ISSN:2319-7064, Volume 4, 6, June 2015, Paper ID:SUB155855, pp 2449-2452.|
- Design And Construction of Volatile Separator.
- Development of mini Refrigeration generation.
- Design and development of Inflatable helmet.
- Portable Bio gas plant.
- 2D Gas cutting machine for Excellent Engineering Solutions.
- 3-D Printing machine.
- Solar tracker.
- Performance evaluation of shell & tube heat exchanger.
- FMEA of spring for soap dispenser.
- Vision Based measurement system corrugated pipe for OSWIN.
- Open architecture based CNC machine.
- Improvement of efficiency of Gorlov helical turbine
- 6 speed Gear box is developed for understanding of gear box design.
- Minimum quantity lubrication is developed for testing of different material
- Design and development of customized orthopedic prosthesis.
- Computer vision based tube cutter for YAP marketing private limited.
Image based measurement system developed for Indirect method of measurement in Metrology and Instrumentation and Patented by faculty Dr. Bhushan Patil
Patent Detail: Indian Patent
Design Patent No:267711
- MOU is written with Synergy Consultancy to provide training and consultancy in the energy audit.
- MOU is written with University of Texas at EL Paso.
- MOU is written with Khalsa College of Mumbai.
- MOU is written with Christiani Sharpline in providing solutions to industry
Dr. V.S. Bilolikar
Dr. Arun B. Rane
Dr. Bhushan T. Patil
Miriyala Veerabhadrarao D.N