Society

Society

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY ( MES )

 

AIMS & OBJECTIVE

 

Main objective of MES is to involve participation of students in various academic and cultural activities of the department. Through the activities of MES there will be enhanced interaction of students with faculty members. The students will be exposed to personality and skill development through its activities. The MES will organize following activities:

 

·         Introduction/Welcome function of fresher students and farewell of outgoing students.

·         Farewell of outgoing faculty members

·         Invited lectures of outside and inside experts.

·         Group discussion and debate competition.

·         Cultural/picnic/sports activities.   

  

·         Publication of Departmental Magazine

 




 
MECHANICA

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

 

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY (MES)

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

Main objective of MES is to involve participation of students in various academic and cultural activities of the department. Through the activities of MES there will be enhanced interaction of students with faculty members. The students will be exposed to personality and skill development through its activities. The MES will organize following activities:

 Introduction/Welcome functions of fresher students and farewell of outgoing students.

 Farewell of outgoing faculty members.

 Invited lectures of outside and inside experts.

 Group discussion and Debate competition.

 Cultural/Picnic/Sports activities.

 Publication of departmental magazine “MECHANICA”.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR 2018-19

 

CHAIRMAN - Sh. H.K. Chaudhary, Chairman, BRHD Charitable Trust

DIRECTOR - Dr. S.K. Sinha, Director, BRHD Charitable Trust

PRINCIPAL - Dr. Arabinda Sharma, Principal BRCM CET

HOD MECHANICAL - Sh. Amit Kumar, Mechanical Engg. Deptt.

FACULTY ADVISOR- Sh. Amit Kumar, Asstt.Prof., ME

SECRETARY - Amit Tanwar, B.Tech. Mech. III Yr

JOINT SECRETARY - Siddharth kumar verma, B.Tech. Mech. III Yr.

CULTRAL INCHARGE - Dheeraj kumar jha, B.Tech. Mech. IV Yr

EDITORIAL MEMBER - Javed Ali Ansari, B.Tech. Mech. IV Yr.

SPORTS INCHARGE - Rohit Rathee, B.Tech Mech. III Yr.

 

EDITORIAL BOARD

CHIEF ADVISOR -  Sh. Amit Kumar, Asstt. Prof., ME

MEMBERS -            Dheeraj kumar jha, B.Tech. Mech. IV Yr

 

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

MONTHLY ACTIVITY

NOV.  2019

 

Sr. No.

Name of Activity

Date of Activity

Name of Industry

Description

1.

Industrial Visit

18th November, 2019

Yakult Danone India (P) Ltd, Sonepat, Haryana

A visit to Yakult Danone India (P) Ltd was organized on 18th November, 2019. Almost 50 students of ME, Civil and EEE departments visited Yakult Danone India (P) Ltd. Faculty coordinators Sh.Ravinder Kumar (A.P., ME Department ) and Sh. Priyajit Dash  (A.P., EEE Department ) accompanied the students to the site.

 

MONTHLY ACTIVITY

 Oct. 2019

Sr. No.

Name of Activity

Date of Activity

Faculty Name/Resource Person

Description

1.

Expert Lecture

03rd October, 2019

Dr. Poonam Kumari (Associate Professor IIT Ghuwati)

Department of Mechanical Engineering organized an expert lecture on “Future Research Directions for Engineers” for the students engineering. She emphasized on the importance of research and career opportunities in this field.

2.

One day Workshop

11th October, 2019

Expert team of CETPA Noida

Mechanical Engineering Department in association with CETPA, Noida organized a one day workshop on “Primavera Softtware” on 11th October, 2019. Primavera software is useful for any size project across every industry. The scope of Primavera is an ever-changing, ever-growing tool giving unparalleled control, monitoring, and insight to planners, employers, stakeholders and anyone who are involved in a given project for making activities and tasks easier to complete. The workshop was highly interactive with doubt clearing session. The workshop will certainly be a stepping stone for ME students to get a chance in Indian industry

 

 

MONTHLY ACTIVITY

Sept. 2019

Sr. No.

Name of Activity

Date of Activity

Faculty Name/Resource Person

Description

1.

Teacher’s Day Celebration

05 Sept., 2019

Mechanical Student

Students of ME Department celebrated Teacher’s Day to pay homage to their teachers.

2.

Engineer’s Day Celebration

13 Sept., 2019

HOD ME & all staff

52nd Engineer’s Day was celebrated on 13th September, 2019.

3.

Vishwakarma Day

17 Sept., 2019

HOD ME & all staff

The ME Department conducted ‘Havan/Pooja’ on the occasion of Vishwakarma Day.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

MONTHLY ACTIVITY

JULY 2019

1.        Dr. Sandeep successfully completed "Faculty development Program", 8 week (February-April 2019) NPTEL course ‘Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks’ and scored 64% marks.  

 

2.        Dr. Sandeep successfully completed Faculty development Program", 8 week (February-April 2019) NPTEL course ‘Friction and wear of materials: principles and case studies’ and scored 42% marks.

 

3.        Kanwar Pal Singh Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering published paper entitledExperimental investigation on effects of solid concentration, chemical additives, and shear rate on the rheological properties of bottom ash (BA) slurry”, International Journal of Coal Preparation and Utilization, Taylor and Francis Publications, In press. (http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1080/ 19392699.2019.1636787) (2018 SCI Impact Factor: 2.02)

 

4.      Kanwar Pal Singh Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering published paper entitled CFD modelling and experimental investigation of Bi-modal Slurry flow in horizontal pipeline and bends”, Lecture notes in Mechanical Engineering(Springer).(SCOPUS indexed) ISSN NO:21954364, book title Advances in Fluid and Thermal Engineering.DOI 10.1007/978-981-13-6416-7

 

MONTHLY ACTIVITY

May 2019

 

Type of Program (Workshop/STC/STTP)

Name

 

Date/Duration

Topic

Organized By

Workshop

1.        Amit Kumar

2.        Vishwas Yadav

3.        Nitesh Jain

4th May 2019

Scilab Workshop

IIT Bombay

 

Industrial Visit Report

A visit to Yakult Danone India (P) Ltd was organized on 18th November, 2019. Almost 50 students of ME, Civil and EEE departments visited Yakult Danone India (P) Ltd. Faculty coordinators Sh.Ravinder Kumar (A.P., ME Department ) and Sh. Priyajit Dash  (A.P., EEE Department ) accompanied the students to the site.

Yakult Danone  India (P) Ltd is a 50:50 JV between Yakult Honsha, Japan and Groupe Danone of France, both of which are global probiotic leaders. The JV was formed in 2005 to manufacture and sell probiotic products in the Indian market. Yakult, a probiotic drink was launched in India in 2007, and is presently available in Hyderabad, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Goa, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Vadodara, Surat, Bengaluru, Mangalore, Mysore, Mumbai, Ujjain, Aurangabad, Nashik, Pune, Indore, Kolhapur, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Bikaner, Bhopal, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Chennai, Salem, Coimbatore, Madurai, Moradabad, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Agra, Bareilly, Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabad, Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Kolkata, Asansol.

Yakult is manufactured at an ISO 9001:2015, OHSAS 18001:2007 and HACCP certified factory in Sonepat, Haryana in North India. The factory is spread over 8 acres and out of this more than 30% area is the green belt area.The factory has a capacity of making 1 million bottles per day, which will be achieved in a phased manner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


EXPERT LECTURE ON “FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS FOR ENGINEERS”

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering organized an expert lecture on “Future Research Directions for Engineers” for the students engineering. This invited lecture was delivered by Dr. Poonam Kumari, an alumnus of BRCM CET (2004-Batch), Associate Professor IIT Guwahati, on 03/10/2019. In her lecture, Dr. Poonam Kumari emphasized on the importance of research and career opportunities in this field. She also shared her experience gained during PhD at IIT Delhi and overseas experience while pursuing PDF in Canada. Dr. Poonam Kumari during the interaction helped the students figure out their doubts and queries regarding challenges in research. She, in her interactive way, cleared the vision of students towards the research field. Dr. Arbinda Sharma Principal BRCM CET presented floral bouquet to Dr. Poonam Kumari as a token of respect. All in attendance were benefited by his words.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Certificate Distribution Ceremony

The Mechanical Engineering Society organized a certificate distribution ceremony, for the Winners, Coordinators and participants of various technical and non-technical events organized under the banner of the society during session 2015-16.The ceremony was scheduled on 14th June 2016, from 3:00 PM onwards, in the august presence of Principal, Dr. Arabinda Sharma, Head of Mechanical Department Mr. Kanwarpal Singh, faculty advisor Mr. Sunil Baloda and faculty members.
Principal, Dr. Arabinda Sharma and Mr. Sunil Baloda, faculty advisor addressed the gathering; members of the society for the session 2015-16 and the top positions holder for the various events were awarded with appreciation certificate by Principal Dr. Arabinda Sharma.Coordinators of the various events were appreciated with certificates for their efforts and sincere coordination towards the event, and were rewarded by Mr. Kanwarpal Singh.
Participants of the various events were rewarded by faculty member Mr. Vishwas Yadav Assistant Prof. ME Department for their participation and strengthening the different technical events.
Lastly, Mr. Kanwarpal Singh addressed the gathering and motivated the students for participating more and more in such events.

    

 

INDUSTRIAL VISIT AT STARWIRE INDIA PVT, LTD.
 
MARCH 5,2016


Mechanical Engineering Department organized an industrial visit for students of 3rd Year on 5th March, 2016. Students visited the STARWIRE India Pvt. Ltd, a reputed industry in the field of manufacturing situated at ballabgarh, Faridabad. Around 47 students of 6th Semester Mechanical Engineering Department along with three faculty members of Mechanical Department visited the industry. We started the journey on 5th of March from BRCM Campus early in the morning. We reached the company at 10:00am after travelling nearly 225 kilometer. We entered the company with permitted gate pass. Students saw all the latest machinery and manufacturing operation for various machine parts. STARWIRE India Pvt. Ltd. company deals with the manufacturing of various automobile vehicles parts and have a good casting and foundry shop. They are also associated with the various research organizations. The managing director  Dr. Subodh Goel is a well known person in the field of corporate world. He is representative of all industries of Faridabad city. He met the faculty coordinator of our college and promise for future visit. Our faculty coordinator gave sincere thanks to all the authorities of company and started  return journey along with students. WE reached the campus at 9:00 pm. 

 

CONFLUENCE-2016

FEBRUARY 17,2016

 

An annual intra-department group discussion competition “Confluence-2016” was organized by the Mechanical Engineering Society on 17th February 2016.
Large number of participants strengthened the competition and shared their views on following topics.

  • Intolerance in India, do you think India is intolerant?
  • Ban on Diesel vehicle.
  • Will startup India work smoothly towards success?

 

  

The event was adjudicated by Mr. Ajay Mahendru, Assistant Professor, ME Department BRCM-CET and Ms. Manjeet, Assistant Professor, Applied Science and Humanities Department, BRCM-CET.
After a tough competition and many counter discussions, five top positions were decided and the students were Mr. Mayank Dewedi ME 2nd year, Mr. Dhruv Pundir ME 3rd year, Mr. Baljeet singh ME 3rd year, Mr. Karan Sharma ME 3rd year and Mr. Sudeep ME 2nd year.

 

On this occasion Mr. Kanwarpal Singh Head of Department, and Mr. Sunil Baloda, Faculty advisor, Mechanical Engineering Society said that organizing such events are important to enhance the communication skills, analytical skills and all round development of the students.

 

 

  NATIONAL WORKSHOP

METALLURGICAL FAILURES (MF-2015)

SEPTEMBER 11-12, 2015


The Department of Mechanical Engineering under the banner of Mechanical Engineering Society (MES) successfully organized a National Workshop on “Metallurgical Failures” (MF-2015) during September 11-12, 2015. Around 225 delegates from BRCM CET Bahal, GDC Memorial PG College Bahal, MNIT Jaipur, NIT kurukshetra and nearby engineering colleges attended the Workshop.  Shri K P Singh, Former General Manager BHEL Haridwar, was the Chief Guest at the inaugural function and Dr. S.K. Sinha, Director BRCM Education Society was Guest of Honor. Dr BC Sharma, Principal presided over the function. Keynote lectures were delivered by experts from BRCM CET, BITS Pilani, MM University Mullana and MNIT Jaipur.

 

At the inaugural function Dr D B Goel, Emeritus Professor and convener of the workshop gave details of the various technical sessions of MF 2015. He also gave importance of the theme of the workshop in the context of modern technological developments in India. The Chief Guest Shri K P Singh in his inaugural address emphasized the role of various metallurgical parameters in causing failures in metallurgical components.  The guest of honor Dr S K Sinha motivated the delegates to achieve high goals in life.  Principal Dr B C Sharma in his presidential address highlighted the importance of minimizing failures of metallic components and increasing productivity in industrial applications. He also mentioned about the good work being done by the Mechanical Engineering Department, which has been accredited by the NBA for its B Tech program. The Workshop Coordinator Shri Amit Kumar proposed vote of thanks at the conclusion of the inaugural function. The function ended with National Anthem.

 

The technical sessions of MF 2015 were well attended and technical deliberations were very lively. The first technical lecture was delivered by Dr D B Goel, Professor Emeritus BRCM CET on Cracking- the cause of metal failures. Dr Goel narrated the various mechanisms of formation of cracks during service and in various processing treatments of metal components. Dr RP Mishra of BITS Pilani gave lecture on Modelling and Simulation of cutting tool wear and discussed various modelling techniques for studying tool wear and increasing life of cutting tools. Shri KP Singh, Former General Manager BHEL Haridwar shared his experiences at CFFP, BHEL Haridwar in manufacturing a defect free casting exported to France for scrap compaction. Dr Sanjay panwar Associate Professor, MM University Mullana in his presentation gave details of various failures in metallic components and the experimental studies carried out for investigation of such failures. The technical presentations Ms Vatsala Chaturvedi and Shri Anurag Hamilton of MNIT Jaipur were also highly appreciated by the delegates at MF 2015.

  

The details of the various sessions of MF 2015 are given below:


Venue: Seminar Hall Mechanical Block

PROGRAM

DATE

TIME   hrs

EVENT

 

 

 

 

September 11,2015

9.30 – 10.15

Inaugural Function

10.15 – 10.30

Tea

 

 

 

10.30 – 13.15

Technical Session

 

  •  Dr D B Goel,BRCM CET Bahal

 

Cracking- The cause of Metal failures

 

 

  •  Dr R P Mishra, BITS Pilani

     Modeling  and Simulation of cutting tool wear

 

13.15 – 14.15

LUNCH  in Annapurna Mess

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.15 – 16.15

Technical Session II

 

  •  Vatsala Chaturvedi, MNIT Jaipur

    Study of friction and wear behaviour of AZ91 Alloy

 

  •  Anurag Hemilton, MNIT Jaipur
  • Different methods to combat erosion in hydro turbine

 

 

  •  Dr D B Goel, BRCM CET Bahal

 

Erosion damages in hydro electric projects

 

16.30 – 19.00

Visit to Pahadi Mata Mandir

 

 

September 12, 2015

 

 

 

9.30 – 12.00

Technical Session  III

 

  •  Shri K P Singh,BHEL

    Failure Analysis of a steel casting

 

  •  Dr Sanjay Panwar, MMU Mullana

    Failure in Engineering Materials

 

12.00 – 13.00

Valedictory Function