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Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad is an engineering college in Maharashtra State of India. It was affiliated to the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University and was established in 1960. The construction of the college was started in 1957 and was completed in 1960. Additions include the extension building that presently house the Electronics and Telecommunication Department, Computer Science Engineering Department and the Information Technology Department. The construction of a classroom block which will house the First Year classes and IT Department is complete.In 2006, the college became an Autonomous Institute of Government of Maharashtra. The college has also got the TEQIP grant. It holds national level and state level competitions round the year. It had hosted the national level Technical Festival, Wings. The college was ranked No. 1 all over India in the TEQIP survey for academics in engineering colleges in 2009-10. Moreover it is ranked No 1 college for cse in year 2013 . The college offers degrees in the following six disciplines of engineering: Civil Engineering Electrical Electronics and Power Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Computer Science Engineering Information Technology Master in Computer Application It offers a Masters in Computer Applications , part-time and full-time M.E. programs, and PhD degrees.Institute has a remarkable rate of Placements for which institute has a Training and Placement cell, which is headed by Prof. N. R. Bhasme. MNCs like Tata Consultancy Services, Bajaj Auto Ltd. Bosch India Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra, Mondelez International, Larson and Toubro, Shapoorji Pallonji Ltd. and many big brands come down to campus to hire students.Institute has signed a MoU with Tata Consultancy Services which involves running training programs and co-operation between company and institute. Wikipedia.

Londhe R.S.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad
Structural Engineering and Mechanics | Year: 2011

Results of an experimental investigation on the behavior and ultimate shear capacity of 27 reinforced concrete Transfer (deep) beams are summarized. The main variables were percent longitudinal (tension) steel (0.28 to 0.60%), percent horizontal web steel (0.60 to 2.40%), percent vertical steel (0.50 to 2.25%), percent orthogonal web steel, shear span-to-depth ratio (1.10 to 3.20) and cube concrete compressive strength (32 MPa to 48 MPa).The span of the beam has been kept constant at 1000 mm with 100 mm overhang on either side of the supports. The result of this study shows that the load transfer capacity of transfer (deep) beam with distributed longitudinal reinforcement is increased significantly. Also, the vertical shear reinforcement is more effective than the horizontal reinforcement in increasing the shear capacity as well as to transform the brittle mode of failure in to the ductile mode of failure. It has been observed that the orthogonal web reinforcement is highly influencing parameter to generate the shear capacity of transfer beams as well as its failure modes. Moreover, the results from the experiments have been processed suitably and presented an analytical model for design of transfer beams in high-rise buildings for estimating the shear capacity of beams.

Deshmukh P.A.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science | Year: 2013

In this paper, the effects of design parameters have been experimentally investigated for the air side thermal performance under mixed (combined natural and forced) convection of the fully shrouded elliptical pin fin heat sinks and the values of optimum design parameters are sought. A theoretical model is used to predict the influence of various geometrical, thermal and flow parameters on the thermal resistance of the heat sink. An experimental measurement technique is utilized to indirectly measure the overall heat transfer coefficient of the heat sink in mixed convection with assisting flow. The thermal performance characteristics are obtained for various parameters with inline and staggered layout of the pin fin heat sinks resulting in optimum heat sink void fraction (?), and pin fin aspect ratio (?). The comparative thermal performances of circular and elliptical profiled pin fin heat sinks are presented. Based on experimental data for the range of fin, air flow and heat sink parameters, with aspect ratio, 5.1. ?. ??. 9.18; heat sink void fraction, 0.534. ?. ??. 0.884; approach velocity, 0.1. ?. U??. 0.5; longitudinal fin pitch, 18. ?. SL?. 36. mm; transverse fin pitch, 9. ?. ST?. 18. mm; elliptical pin fin axis ratio ?=0.66 and mixed convection parameter, 1. ?. Grd/Re. d?. 100; generalized empirical correlations are developed for elliptical pin fin heat sink. © 2013 Elsevier Inc.

Kolhare N.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad
Microsystem Technologies | Year: 2015

This paper deals with the RF (Radio Frequency)-MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-System) switches are integrated in CPW topology. Phase shifter is integrated on high resistivity silicon substrate and loading elements are 360 switch design using the coventorware software and its superiority over the existing technologies like PIN Diodes and Field-Effect-Transistors regarding size, power, Isolation The measured down state insertion loss of −0.1 dB up to 40 GHz and switch resistance is 1 Ω. The measured reflection coefficient is dominated bt t-line switch is −20 dB at 30 GHz. This switch used in X-band and K-band phase shifter, switched capacitor bank and tunable filter. The 1-kg class satellite plans to use the MEMS TxRx switch as a functional component on its RF communication board. Application of switch based Phase shifters for satellite based radars (20 billion cycles), missile systems (0.1–1 billion cycles), long-range radars (20–200 billion cycles). By cutting the mass of components onboard the space vehicle, the launch costs and hopefully the overall budget for production can be reduced. © 2015, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Regulwar D.G.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad | Gurav J.B.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad
Water Resources Management | Year: 2011

The problem of irrigation planning becomes more complex by considering an uncertainty. The uncertainties can be tackled by formulating the problem of irrigation planning as Fuzzy Linear Programming (FLP). FLP models can incorporate the scenario of real world problem. In the present study, Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (MOFLP) irrigation planning model is formulated for deriving the optimal cropping pattern plan for the case study of Jayakwadi project in the Godavari river sub basin in Maharashtra State, India. Four conflicting objectives are considered such as Net Benefits (NB), Crop/Yield Production (CP), Employment Generation/Labour Requirement (EG) and Manure Utilization (MU). Four different cases are considered to incorporate the uncertainty in MOFLP model. To include the uncertainty in irrigation planning problem only objectives are taken as fuzzy and constraints are crisp in nature in Case-I. To consider the uncertainty involved in availability of resources, in Case-II the stipulations are fuzzy. The technological coefficients are fuzzy in Case-III. The Case-IV includes both technological coefficients and stipulations fuzzy. The level of satisfaction (λ) works out to be 0.58, 0.50, 0.50 and 0.28 respectively for Case-I to IV. The results obtained in Case-IV are more realistic and promising as it involves the uncertainty in technological coefficients and stipulations simultaneously. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

Gurav J.B.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad | Regulwar D.G.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad
Water Resources Management | Year: 2012

This paper presents the Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (MOFLP) model, which deals with the fuzziness in resources and decision variables, closer to the real world situation. The MOFLP model is developed and applied to the Jayakwadi Project Stage-I built across the river Godavari in the State of Maharashtra, India. It focuses on the four objectives namely maximization of Net Benefits, maximization of Crop Production, maximization of Employment Generation and maximization of Manure Utilization. The level of satisfaction λ = 0. 625 is worked out for compromised solution for four conflicting objectives under fuzzy environment. The MOFLP model compromised solution for irrigation planning provides Net Benefits 1522. 75 (Million Rupees), Crop Production 322504. 40 (Tons), Employment Generation 29. 27 (Million Man Days) and Manure Utilization 147229. 40 (Tons) respectively and irrigation intensity 68. 50 %. The results obtained are promising for sustainable development in irrigation sector and closer to the true picture of the real world problem as it incorporates the fuzziness in both resources and decision variables simultaneously. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

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