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Faculty

Dr. Chandrashekhar Manikrao Sewatkar
 

Designation: 

Associate Professor

Department: 

Mechanical

Email: 

cms.mech@coep.ac.in

Phone Number: 

020-25507230

Website: 

www.coep.org.in

User ID: 

cms.mech@coep.ac.in

Teaching Experience: 

15

Qualifications: 

Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay)
M.E. (Mechanical Engineering - Heat Power, College of Engineering, Pune)
M.Tech. (Metallurgy - Ferro Alloy Technology and Alloy Steel Making, VNIT, Nagpur)
B.E. (Mechanical Engg, B. N. College of Engineering, Pusad, Amaravati University)
D.M.E. (Government Polytechnic, Yavatmal)

Teaching Responsibility: 

Subjects Taught at UG level:
Theory:
Elements of Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering(Metallurgy), Fluid Mechanics and Machinery(Electrical), Fluid Mechanics, Fluid Machinery, Industrial Fluid Power, Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow (CFD)
Practical:
Elements of Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (Metallurgy), Engineering Graphics, Machine Drawing, Fluid Mechanics and Machinery (Electrical), Theory of Machines-I, Dynamics of Machines Fluid Mechanics, Fluid Machinery, Industrial Fluid Power, Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow-I (CFD)

Subjects Taught at PG level:
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Current courses - CFD to PG (Automobile)

Additional Responsibility: 

1) PG Co-coordinator, Thermal Engineering.
2) In charge, PG Computational Lab.

Publications: 

International Journal

1. Sewatkar C.M., Rahul Patel, Agrawal A., Sharma A., ‘Simulations of flow across multiple inline square cylinders’ Journal of Fluid Mechanics Volume710 pp 195-233, 2012

2. Sewatkar C.M., Agrawal A., Sharma A, ‘On energy transfer in flow around a row of transversely oscillating square cylinders at low Reynolds number’, Journal of Fluids and Structures 31 1-17 (2012)

3. Sewatkar C.M., Sharma A., ‘Simulation of flow across a row of transversely oscillating square cylinders’ Journal of Fluid Mechanics 680 361 – 397 (2011)
4. Sewatkar C. M., Sharma A, Agrawal A., “First attempt to numerically compute forces on birds in V-formation” Artificial Life 680 245-258 (2010)


5. Sewatkar C.M., Agrawal A., Sharma A., ‘On the effect of Reynolds number for flow around a row of square cylinders, Physics of Fluids (American Institute of Physics), 21, 083602, 2009


International Conference


1. Sewatkar C. M., Sharma A., Agrawal A., Numerical and experimental study of flow around multiple in-line square cylinders, IUTAM Symposium on Bluff Body Flows, December 12 to 16 2011, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur pp 179
2. Chougule N. K., G. V. Parishwad, Sachin Pagnis, Prashant Gore, C. M. Sewatkar, “Selection of CFD turbulence model for the application of submerged multi jet impingement”, Proceedings of the ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition on Energy and Water Scarcity IMECE2011, November 11-17, 2011, Denver and Colorado, USA

3. Sewatkar C. M., Sharma A., Agrawal A., ‘Effect of spacing between the cylinders on lock-on and non-lock–on for flow around row of transversely oscillating cylinders’ Proceedings of 37th National and 4th International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power, IIT Chennai, 16th – 18th December 2010.

4. Sewatkar C. M., Sharma A., Agrawal A., ‘Flow regimes and wake interaction for flow across a row of transversely oscillating square cylinders’ Proceedings of IUTAM Symposium on Bluff Body Wakes and Vortex Induced Vibrations- VI (BBVIV-6), Capri, Italy, 22nd June to 25th June 2010, pp 65-68

5. Sewatkar C. M., Sharma A., Agrawal A., ‘Aerodynamic forces on square cylinders in V-formation’ Proceedings of IUTAM Symposium on Bluff Body Wakes and Vortex Induced Vibrations- VI (BBVIV-6), Capri, Italy, 22nd June to 25th June 2010, pp 69-72


6. Sewatkar C. M., M. Vamsi Krishna, Sharma A., Agrawal A., ‘Lattice Boltzmann method based simulations for flow around row of transversely oscillating cylinders’ Proceedings of 20th National and 9th International ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, January 4-6 2010, Mumbai, India

7. C.M. Sewatkar, Swapnil Dindorkar, Sneha Jadhao; ‘CFD analysis of multiphase flows in micro channels; Proceedings of International Conference of Fluid Mechanics – 2007, Shanghai, China, Springer.

8. Laddha D. J , C.M. Sewatkar ‘Fuel Cells for 21st century’ Proceedings of International Conference on Energy and Environment at MNIT, Jaipur 2002

9. C.M. Sewatkar ‘Rubberized Torsion Axel’ Proceedings of International Conference VETOMAC II at BARC, Mumbai in 2001, page 108.


National Conference


1.C. M. Sewatkar, Atul Sharma, Amit Agrawal, Flow regimes and wake interaction for flow around multiple stationary square cylinders in different configurations, Proceedings of the 39th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power
December 13-15, 2012, SVNIT, Surat, Gujarat, India (paper ID 224)

2. Sewatkar C. M. and Kulkarni G. N., “Solar Dryer: An Opportunity of Micro Enterprise for Under-Privileged and Rural masses” Proceedings of National Conference on Energy and Sustainable Development, 28th Feb to 29th Feb 2012, College of Engineering, Pune
2. Gaikwad Meghali and Sewatkar C. M., ‘Numerical study of flow around an array of cylinders,’ Proceedings of National conference on Science & Technology, SCITECH-2012, January 6 to 7, 2012, S.B. Patil College of Engineering, Indapur.
3. Sewatkar C.M., M.P Khond, Dr. S.R. Kajale; ‘Performance Enhancement of centrifugal pump by epoxy coating’ Proceedings of National Conference on Energy Management, BITS, Pilani, 2005.

Memberships and Affiliations: 

1. Indian Society of Heat and Mass Transfer

2. Indian Society for Technical Education

Current Projects : 

1) Simulation of flow across array of cylinders
2) Simulation for rise of bubble in a channel - with Mr. Shantanu Ghatnekar and Mr. Sumit Chavan
3) Pulsating flow in a pipe - with a M.Tech. student Mr. Gaonkar

 

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