Review of Students’ Projects

Review of Students’ Projects of GRSSE Project of RAE

Review of Students’ Projects under Industry Defined Research Project “Green Refrigeration System Using Solar Energy” Parul University jointly with L&T and University of Surrey funded by Royal Academy of Engineering under Newton Bhabha Fund on May 8,2018 at L&T Power Training Institute.

During year 2017-18, 11 students of B.Tech and 1 student of M .Tech of Mechanical Engineering, 4 students of B.Tech and 1 student of M .Tech of Electrical 6 students of B.Tech in Civil Engineering have taken active part in the project. Students got advantage of mentoring by top notch professionals of L&T who have vast expertise in respective fields. Dr.Ravi S Silva, Director, Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey took active part in execution of the project. He visited Parul University in July 2016 and in July 2017. He provided useful guidance to Faculty Members and students of Parul University.

Quarterly Review of Students’ Projects Part of RAE Project: During the year 2017-18, there are two projects of M.Tech – one in Electrical Engineering guided Prof.Rital Gajjar and another in Mechanical Engineering guided by Prof.Dhawalsinh Sodha. In total there are six projects undertaken by 21 students of BE – three projects guided by Prof.Arjun Vyas and Prof.Dhavalsinh Sodha in Mechanical Engineering, two projects by Prof.Devang Shah of Civil Engineering and one by Prof.Rital Gajjar in Electrical Engineering. All 23 students made presentations and their projects were very rigorously reviewed by Expert Panel of L&T consisting of Mr.Nagesh R Patki, Sr.Dy. General Manager (Technical Services Group) L&T Power, Mr.Nimesh Mehta, Manager(Mechanical) L&TSNL and Mr.Mohd Kazim Ali, Asst Manager, L&T Power in Quarterly Review on 8th May 2018 at L&T Power Training Institute, L&T Knowledge City, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. The students are immensely benefitted from reviews. Eminent panel appreciated good work done by all 23 students on 8 projects. However, M.Tech Project of Mr. Ararso Taye Waktola on ‘Powering the electrical load of refrigeration using solar energy’ guided by Prof.Rital Gajjar and B E Project of Mr.Rishi Kulshresta, Mr.Hiren Rajyaguru, Ms.Kinjal Kher and Mr.Rutun Patel on ‘Optimum power generation using solar energy’ guided by Prof.Rital Gajjar were adjudged as Best Students’ Projects for the period of Jan – April 2018. ”

Review of Students’ Projects under Industry Defined Research Project

Review of Students’ Projects under Industry Defined Research Project “ To Reduce Water Consumption and Optimize Efficiency of Thermal Power Plants by Using Air Cooled Condensers” Parul University jointly with L&T and University of Surrey funded by Royal Academy of Engineering under Newton Bhabha Fund.

During the year 2017-18, 25 students of B.Tech and 1 student of M.Tech of Mechanical Engineering, 1 student of M.Tech of Civil Engineering are taking active part in the project. Students got advantage of mentoring by top notch professionals of L&T who have vast expertise in respective fields. Dr.Ravi S Silva, Director, Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey took active part in execution of the project. He visited Parul University in July 2016 and in July 2017. He provided useful guidance to Faculty Members and students of Parul University.

Quarterly Review of Students’ Projects Part of RAE Project: During the year 2017-18, there are two projects of M.Tech – one each in Civil-Structural Engineering guided Dr.Suhasini M Kulkarni and in Mechanical Engineering guided by Prof. Jitendra Chauhan. In total there are six projects undertaken by 25 students of BE( three projects guided by Prof.Jay Sudani, two projects by Prof.Sajoy Paul and one by Prof.Jitendra Cahuhan). All 27 students made presentations and their projects were very rigorously reviewed by Expert Panel of L&T consisting of Mr.Duddhadev Bagchi, Senior Deputy General Manager, L&T PTI, Mr.Nimesh Mehta, Manager(Mechanical) L&TSNL and Mr.Mohd Kazim Ali, Asst Manager, L&T Power. The students are immensely benefitted. Eminent panel appreciated good work done by all 27 students on 8 projects. However, M.Tech Project of Mr. Kushang Prajapati on ‘Analysis and Design of support structure for Air cooled condenser subjected to wind and Seismic loading’ guided by Dr.Suhasini M Kulkarni and B E Project of Mr.Arjun Shekhawat, Mr. Ashutosh Gupta, Mr.Mehul Ghoghari and Mr.Hitesh Rathod on ‘CFD Analysis of Flow through the Flat Fin-Tube arrangement’ guided by Prof.Sanjoy Paul were adjudged as Best Students’ Projects for the period of Jan – April 2018. Best Students Projects will given Cash Prize of Rs.1500 each and Certificates of Appreciation.