1 dya workshop on Pumps - Don Bosco College of Engineering

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1 dya workshop on Pumps - Don Bosco College of Engineering
DON BOSCO COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
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Fatorda, Goa - 403 602
Maintenance & Plant Engineers
Engineers from Water Resource Departments
Research Scholars & Teaching Faculty
Post Graduate & Graduate Engineers
Third & Final year Mechanical Engineering &
Polytechnic Students
REGISTRATION DETAILS
(Includes Breakfast, Lunch & Course Material)
Industry Professionals
Academicians & Research Scholars
Students
: Rs. 1000/: Rs. 700/: Rs. 300/-
Application forms may be downloaded
from www.dbcegoa.ac.in and submitted online to
the coordinator.
Registration Fees should be paid in Cash /
Cheque in favour of “Don Bosco College of
Engineering”.
Last Date of Registration:
4th March, 2015
Contact Information
Ph.: (0832) 2743944 / 2741045
Fax: (0832) 2742648
Website: www.dbcegoa.ac.in
Announces One Day Workshop On
Pumps & Pump Systems:
Specification, Installation & Operation
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7 March, 2015
Venue: Don Bosco College of Engineering
Organized by
Mechanical Engineering
Department
in association with
Sri Shantha Pumps
Seats will be reserved on first come first serve
basis
DON BOSCO SOCIETY
Field
Cavitation in Pumps - Net Positive Suction Head
(NPSH)
¬ Maintenance of Pumps
RESOURCE PERSONS
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Don Bosco's society known as “The Salesians of Don
Bosco”, founded by St. John Bosco has over 32000
members working in 132 countries. In India, its
services are offered through Don Bosco University,
28 colleges, which include Engineering Colleges,
Polytechnics, over 100 Technical Schools, and a
large network of Secondary Schools.
INSTITUTION PROFILE
OBJECTIVES
Ÿ Understand basic principles of a pump & pumping
systems
Ÿ Selection of pumps & motor for the job
Ÿ Install, start-up, commission, operation, trouble
shooting & maintenance of pumps
Ÿ Read and apply pump curve charts
Ÿ Identify, correct and avoid cavitation problems &
Don Bosco College of Engineering, managed by the
Fatorda Salesian Society was started in the year 2011
and within a span of three and a half years, has
carved a niche for itself by providing the best of
infrastructure & facilities to the student community in
Goa. It has State of the art training facilities with
Seminars halls, LCD projectors etc. The college
focuses on Innovative Education, Training and
Career Development for tomorrow's workforce.
PATRONS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
Rev. Fr. Julius Rasquinha (Administrator)
Rev. Fr. Tony Alemao
Prof. Ajit Salunke, HOD-Mechanical & Principal
The Department is in the forefront of Industry Institute
Interaction by means of collaborative workshops,
expert talks, field visits etc. It has full fledged
Laboratories, Workshop and State of the Art
Softwares like Lab view, ANSYS, CFX, FLUENT etc.
TOPICS
Review of Basic Hydraulics and Introduction to
Pumps
¬ Energy Optimization of Pumps by Optimising
System
¬ Seals & Packing for Pumps
¬ Effect of Pump Operation on Mechanical
Reliability and Troubleshooting of Pumps in the
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mechanical seal failure
CHIEF PATRON
Rev. Fr. Kinley D'Cruz (Director)
(Additional Charge)
COORDINATORS
Prof. Suraj Marathe
Mobile: 9158384939
Email:[email protected]
Prof. Shreyas Dhond
Mobile: 9637398561
Email: [email protected]
Prof. Amey Chodankar
Mobile: 9011930861
Email:[email protected]
Mr. Abhay Raghunath Keny,
Post Graduate in
Fluid Power and Pumping Machinery from University of
Mumbai is presently owner of Sri Shantha Pumps Goa.
He has diverse experience in teaching of Fluid Machinery
Design and has worked in Crompton Greaves Ltd.,
Mumbai. With 40 years of Experience in Consultation on
Design of Centrifugal Pumps, he is presently providing
Design Services to 30 Industries in India on Design of
Centrifugal Pumps and Electric Motors.
Dr. (Ms.) Prasanna Nambiar, Principal of Don
Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai, graduated in
Mechanical Engineering from VJTI. She did her Masters
in Fluid Power and Pumping Machinery and Doctorate
from University of Mumbai. After serving VJTI for 21
years and 5 years in Industries, she joined DBIT as
Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering. Dr.
Prassana is also working as Pump Designer and Pump
Consultant and is presently connected with Mumbai
Municipal Corporation as Consultant for all their Storm
Water Pumping Stations. Her Expertise is in Fluid
Mechanics, Turbo Machines and Computational Fluid
Dynamics.
Dr. Pravin K. Verekar, has PhD from Indian
Institute of Science, Bangalore. He has 3 years industry
and 27 years academic experience. His research
interests include fluid dynamics and vibrations. He is
Assistant Professor at Don Bosco College of Engineering,
Fatorda.
Mr. Nilesh Desai is Deputy General Manager
(Maintenance) in Zuari Agro Chemicals Ltd. He is a
Graduate in Mechanical Engineering from Goa
Engineering College & also has a Post Graduate
Diploma in Operations Management. Having worked
for Industry for around 20 years he has expertise in
Maintenance of Fertilizer Plant including Ammonia /
Urea / Phosphatic (NPK/DAP) & Captive Power. His areas
of interest are Maintenance of High speed rotary
machinery including Steam Turbines, compressor &
Pumps.