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One of the front runners in the area of renewable energy resources today is solar power. PV cells are used to convert solar energy in to useful electrical energy. The objective of this project is to construct an efficient solar vehicle, so that the one can travel everyday on a reliable and economical vehicle that essentially runs on free renewable energy. Concept illustrates how the charge generated by an array of solar panels, its flow in and out of a battery pack, control using a charge controller to ensure efficient storing of charge. The stored energy fed to a BLDC motor which would run the vehicle.

Name of the Students: Momin Shahbaz Akhter,Ansari Haseeburrahman, Chaudhari Namrata Hiralal ,More Yogita Sanjay

Project Guide: Prof. Sameer Shaikh




This concept proposes a new trends in power generation, which uses solar energy as nonconventional energy resource. After years of work on hydro dams & lakes to analyze the behavior of solar energy, with respect to the velocity and force of the air on water in times of different weather studied by the means of the power generation. This resulted in the design of a floating power plant with apparatus capable of producing electric energy on a large scale without prejudicing in any way the environment or area in which the creation may be installed. Soon after the installation of Floating Power Plant in the lakes & hydro dams saw daylight in order to harness the abundant energy in them through solar energy.

Achievement: Published paper in National Conference on Technology 2019.

Name of the Students: Bhushan Bapu Shelar, Anklesh Bhola Kulkarni, Nitiket Bharat Thakre

Project Guide: Prof. Shah Faisal




Linear induction motors are under development for a variety of demanding applications including high speed ground transportation and specific industrial applications. These applications require machines that can produce large force, high speeds, and can be controlled precisely. In this project, a prototype has been designed and constructed to identify and study the different concepts and parameters of the motor which are distinguished from other types of electrical machines. The DLIM equations and design procedures are developed and its performance is predicted using equivalent circuit models. In designing various parameters like the primary voltage, frequency, number of poles, number of phases and many more parameters are considered.

Achievement: Published paper in National Conference on Technology 2019.

Name of the Students: Soni Rahul Vilas, Khairnar Karan Sanjay, Ahire Dayanand Ramesh, PawarTulsi Suresh

Project Guide: Prof. Muqueem Khan




An electric bicycle also known as an e-bike with an integrated electric motor which can be used for propulsion. Many kinds of e-bikes are available worldwide. In this project main focus given to the type of motor in electric bicycle, used i.e. Brushless DC motor. There are two types of controllers are used in this vehicle depends upon the type of motor. Battery parameters are vary according to the voltage and capacity required for the vehicle. Weight is chosen as the objective function as the performance of the bike can be dramatically increased by reducing the weight.

Name of the Students: Shirude Sagar Ravindra ,Ahire Vaibhav Pranav, Pawar Shubham Manoj

Project Guide: Prof. Habiburrahman Ansari




This concept is about an agriculture pesticides sprayer, which uses solar energy as a source of power for spraying. This consists of a solar panel 20 watt, 12 volt Battery, DC motor, Pump to spray the pesticides, Tank of 18 liters to hold the pesticide. Agro sprayer facilitates effortless operation entire unit is portable and operated by one person. Solar panel provides shadow on head of the operator which gives protection from high sun light. Idea emphasis the spraying of pesticides for different crops like cotton, onion etc. in farmer's fields. Approximate running time is 3 to 4 hours it can be 5 hours in full intensity which ultimately provides spraying operation facility at night also. Its power can also be used for multi­purpose applications such as charging the battery of mobile, operating the radio and lighting the domestic light etc., which makes it more economically viable technology.

Achievement: Published paper in National Conference on Technology 2019.

Name of the students: Bhagyshri Vinod Thorait, Mittal Vispute, Mudassir Qurashi

Project Guide: Prof. Sameer Shaikh




Automatic liquid mixing and bottle filling plant using PLC instead of relay logic, factory 4.0 or a microcontroller based, with the only objective of getting high efficiency simple programming language which can be debug in further case if required. It includes the mixing of the two liquids, then filling the mixed liquid in the empty bottle & then measuring the weight of the filled bottle for accuracy purpose. This weight measurement is done by Arduino based load cell model which first senses the weight of bottle & convert the mechanical pressure into electrical signal with the help of HX711 microcontroller & finally LCD displays the weight of bottle. The system also includes mechanical as well as electronic component such as solenoid valve, proximity sensor, limit switch, push buttons, conveyor accessories & stirrer for mixing operation.

Achievement: Published paper in National Conference on Technology 2019.

Name of the Students: Bhamra Amritkaur, Pawar Rahul Ramesh, Patil Pallavi Vilas

Project Guide: Sajid Shaikh




The greenhouse separates the crop from the environment, thus providing some way of shelter from the direct influence of the external weather conditions. It leads to higher yield, prolonged production period, better quality, and less use of protective chemicals. Monitoring the parameters of a greenhouse namely temperature and soil through internet of things (IOT). All the sensor data will be available to authorized users via internet. This project analyses the possibility of integrating greenhouse, IOT. It also presents a low cost and flexible greenhouse monitoring using an embedded Node MCU with Wife connectivity to the internet. The proposed system does not require a dedicated server PC with respect to similar systems and offers a light weight communication protocol to monitor and control the environment. To demonstrate the feasibility and effectiveness of this system, devices such as soil moisture sensor and temperature sensor have been integrated with proposed use control system.

Name of the Students: Khairnar Yogesh Keda, Hire Nitish Gokul

Project Guide: Prof. Sameer Shaikh




There are various techniques available for speed control of induction motor but out of them we have used the PWM technique and how the automatic speed of the fan of air conditioner changes with temperature is explained. The main objective of this work is Conservation of energy and reduces the bill of consumer. Here the room temperature is sense by the LM35 and gives to the Arduino which generate PWM signal. A pulse width modulated signal fed to the motor through opto isolator that changes the effective value of the supply voltage applied to the motor that changes with surrounding temperature. The study was conducted with the design and manufacture of automatic fan control system. Further functional testing tools, as well as temperature sensor is used.

Name of the Student: Ansari Osama Noorulhuda

Project Guide: Prof. Shahbaz Shaikh




The vehicles which run on fuel have many limitations such as petrol is exhaustible and causes environmental pollution. The battery run vehicles are shallow on the performance side and are prone to malfunction. Through this project, we wish to design a system which runs engine and motor negating their individual limitations and maximizing their performance. Basically, fusion of two systems where the battery drives the vehicle at low speeds and passes the drive control to the petrol engine in case of reaching a set speed limit. The battery again takes over when the speed falls, which limits the usage of fuel at low speeds and hence increases the mileage. The system reduces environmental pollution momentously by reducing the Carbon-di-oxide emission and consuming less fuel.

Achievement: Published paper in National Conference on Technology 2019.

Name of the student: Kushawaha Dayananad Ramesh, Mohammad Jameed MdAkhtar, Bagul Jayashree Rambhau

Project Guide: Prof. Sameer Shaikh



In most gravity fed water transmission pipe line, it is desired to reduce excess pressure head to prevent undue strain on a pipe line and lower the incidence of leaks. The Lucid pipe power system converts it to low cost electricity there by removing unwanted pressure and generate the energy at the same time. Energy that can be put used behind the grid or put back on the grid. System extracts a small percentage of pressure head provide nearly invisible operation allowing water operators to full fill primary mission of delivering water to consumers. The estimates demonstrate hydrokinetic turbines to not only be a clean, reliable, and continuous power source, but to also be a cost-effective investment in ideal sites.

Name of the Students: Mohammed Aquib Ansari Laeeque Ahmad, Ansari Al Fahad Mumtaz Ahmed, Shaikh Ilyas Shaikh Yunus

Project Guide: Prof.Muqueem Khan



The implementation of online monitoring system integrates internet of things (IOT) Modem, with single chip Raspberry-pi, sensors installed at the distribution transformer site. The output parameters such as temperature, voltage and current of a transformer are monitored, processed and recorded in server. System programmed with some predefined instructions to check abnormal conditions. If there is any abnormality in the system, IOT module will send messages to designated mobile telephone containing information about the abnormality condition. For this purpose, we use three sensors interfaced with Arduino. The recorded data can be send using Wi-Fi module and accessed from anywhere around the world trough HTTP protocol. This helps in identifying and solving a problem before a failure without human dependency.

Name of the Students: Komal Subhash Nikam, Harshita Sarjerao Deshmukh, Lochan Jibhau Patil

Project Guide: Prof. Momin Shahbaz Akhter



In general, the Sun’s Path is from East to West but the position changes from season to season. We have designed a system which rotates in Single dimensions so as to trap maximum amount of photons from the Sun rays. By doing this the output efficiency of the system is increased compared to the efficiency of single axis tracking system. The overall project is controlled by programmable logic controller and the time based values, rotation of panels using the stepper motor. The designed tracking system consists of a PLC which controls DC servomotors with control software to move the system panel according to the information from the time based input, keeping the panel always perpendicular to sun rays.

Student Name: Deore Shital

Project Guide: Prof. Shah Faisal



The concept is based on implementation of new cost effective methodology based on IOT (Internet of Things) to remotely monitor solar plant performance evaluation. Also large amount of solar energy can be achieved by sun tracking technique with respect to sun rays in order to get highest efficiency. This will facilitate prevention of maintenance, fault detection of plant in addition to real time monitoring.

Name of the Students: Ansari Md Ibrahim Abdul Raheem, Shaikh Moeenuddin Shaikh Younus

Project Guide: Prof. Shahbaz Shaikh



Smart road cleaner is an automatic system which provides cleaning service for roads and big areas like malls, hospitals, bus stands, schools and colleges, etc. with vacuum arrangement. This idea presents the design, development and fabrication of prototype with GPS enabled system, GUI (Graphical User Interfacing with mobile), live tracking, line follower system and camera enabled system. The vehicle is operated with the help of solar power and battery. Hence the free energy will be used. Thus ecofriendly environment can be obtained. Also this idea very cost effective as compared to manual labor involved

Name of the students: Chavan Nikita Arun, Sonawane Roshani Ravindra

Project Guide: Prof. Rohini Haridas



This concept proposes a new converter based on a current-fed multi resonance also known as two-inductor boost converter and a full-bridge Single-phase voltage source inverter for photovoltaic water pumping or treatment systems without the use of chemical storage elements, like batteries. The converter is designed to drive a single-phase induction motor directly from PV energy. The development is oriented to achieve a more efficient, reliable, maintenance-free, and cheaper solution than the standard ones which uses dc motors or low-voltage synchronous motors. It is further improved with the use of a non-isolated recovery snubber along with a hysteresis controller and a constant duty cycle control to improve its efficiency. Experimental results show a peak efficiency of 85% at a rated power of 250 W for the dc/dc converter plus the single-phase VSI and a peak efficiency of 90% just for the dc/dc converter. The system is expected to have a high lifetime due to the inexistence of electrolytic capacitors, and the total cost of the converter is below 30 Rs/Wp.

Name of the students: Momin Shakir

Project Guide: Prof. Sameer Shaikh



System proposes an innovative design to develop a system by using PLC & SCADA. It is used for monitoring the voltage, current, isolation in a substation and to protect the system from the rise in mentioned parameters. This automated distribution system is analyzed to develop a secure, reliable and convenient management tool which can use Remote Terminal Unit. The electromagnetic relay is activated as soon as the parameters exceed the predefined threshold values and works as a circuit breaker to switch off the main power supply.RF communication is used to continuously send the instantaneous values to the intermediate station. The SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition system) refers to the combination of telemetry and data acquisition. This also encompasses the collecting of the information via a RTU (remote terminal unit), transferring it back to the central site, carrying out any necessary analysis and control and then displaying that information on a number of operator screens or displays.

Name of the Students: Mohammad Saquib Ansari Laeeque AhmadAnsari Arshiya Iram MD Naseem

Project Guide: Prof. Shahbaz Shaikh



The concept proposes LED based street lights with auto intensity control according to intensity of light and number of vehicles on road and intelligent so that it can turn it on and off itself using solar power from photovoltaic cells. There is another feature included in this system that is vehicle detection. Infrared sensor circuit is used to detect vehicles on road. After 12:00 am street lights start decreasing their intensity. At 1:00 am street lights completely turn off automatically. After 1:00 am function of vehicle detection starts. If there is any vehicle on road after street lights turns on for 2 minutes. After that they turn off automatically.

Name of Students: ChittaShekhar,Mali Tejas

Project Guide: Prof. Sameer Shaikh