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Faculty

Dr. M.U Khobragade (PhD, IIT Kharagpur)

Designation: 

Assistant Professor

Department: 

Civil

Email: 

muk.civil@coep.ac.in
muk.civiliitkgp@gmail.com

Mobile Number: 

9404227132

Phone Number: 

020-25507714

Website: 

www.coep.org.in

Qualifications: 

B.E.(Civil)- Government College of Engineering Karad

MTech: IIT, Roorkee ( Civil- Environmental Engineering.)

PhD:  IIT Kharagpur ( Civil-Environmental Engineering.)

Date of Joining COEP: 

Friday, March 14, 2008

Prior to joining COEP Industrial Experience (Years): 

0

Prior to joining COEP Teaching/Research Experience (Years): 

4

Area of Research: 

Waste management (wastewater, solid and Hazardous), Underground drainage system, Water Management

Courses Taught: 

A) Undergraduate level:

Theory

Engineering Mechanics, Environmental studies, Transportation Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Basic Civil Engineering, Building Design and Material, Environmental Engineering, Wastewater Engineering, Advanced Environmental Engineering, Strength of Material, Environmental Pollution

Laboratory

Environmental Engineering Lab, Wastewater Engineering Lab, Engineering Mechanic Lab, Building Design and Material Lab, Quantity Surveying and Valuation lab, Surveying Lab

B) Postgraduate level

Theory

Principle of water and Air Quality Legislation, Solid and Hazardous Waste Management, Design of Reactor and Environmental Chemistry, Decentralized Liquid Waste Management

Laboratory

Hydro environmental Lab Practice-I and II

 

Responsibilities Shouldered: 

1. Faculty advisor of  Boat Club

2. Faculty advisor Final Year BTech Civil

3. Member of Planning Evaluation Committee

4. Rector Hostel Campus

5. Departmental Library Incharge

 

Awards / Honors received: 

Nil

Number of PhD/ M.Tech/ B.Tech students guided: 

1.   Sandra Sunny, Ankita Shiyale, “Removal of fluoride from drinking water using a natural binary adsorbent”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP),  May, 2016.

2.  Sarah Jacob, Tejaswini Purecha, “Removal of binary mixture of dye from wastewater ”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), May, 2017.

3.  Aditi Amit, Greeshma Angane, Tushar Patil, Suyog Gadakh, “Traffic noise management: Assessment, Analysis and Design of Noise Barriers”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), May, 2018

4. Prajkta Tanpure, Darshan Rathi, Sonal Chamargore, Kanan Talukdar, “Environmental Clearance for Hogh Rise Structrures”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), May, 2018.

M.Tech thesis guided

1.   Sanchit C. Joshi, “Treatment of diary wastewater by combined process of upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor and high rate aeration process”, Civil Engineering     Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2012.

2.  Sharad S. Shinde, “Removal of phosphate using lemon peel powder from aqueous  solution”, Civil Engineering     Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), July,  2016.

3.   Geetanjali Prakash Anjali,Removal of phosphate using lemon peel powder from aqueous solution”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP),   July, 2016.

4.   Eshwar Ramchandra Bamane, “Air quality assessment of stone crusher units in Wagholi    area, Pune”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2017.

5.  Vaibhav Rajendra Sagare, “Optimising biogas generation by methane enrichment with  carbon dioxide fixation”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune  (COEP), June, 2017.

6.  Rutuja Jayantrao Mali, “Use of response surface methodology to evaluate fluoride adsorption (Orange peels and neem leaves)”, Civil Engineering Department, College of  Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2017.

7.  Swapnil Milind Mane, “Energy evaluation of solid biomass briquetts with variable  composition and assessment of its combustion performance”, Civil Engineering  Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP),   June, 2017.

8.   Rupali Dilipkumar Choukesy, “Adsorptive removal of mercury from aqueous solution:  Performance evaluation”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune  (COEP), June, 2017.

9.   Ravikiran Sahebrao Surwae, “Treatment of domestic wastewater using hybrid reactor”, Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2018.

10.  Aditya Dattatraya Thonge, “Removal of malachite green using domestic wastewater sludge: Batch and continues study” Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2018.

11,  Bisma Ishtiyak Sheikh, "Adsorption of fluoride and Arsenic from Aqueous Solution using Adsorbent Synthesized from Waste Materials: A Sustainable Approach", Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2019.

12.       Ritesh Bakhre, " Phytoremediation of Domestic Wastewater in Constructed Wetland Using Hibiscus and Marigold Plant: A Sustainable Approach", Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2019.

13.  Gaurav Bhalerao, "Removal of low strength domestic wastewater using Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket Reactor",  Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2019.

14.  Shubham Sanjay Kulkarni, "Numerical Modelling on Induced Air Pollutant Dispersion in Shivajinagar Area, Pune", Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), June, 2019.

15.  Vibha Agrawal, "Treatment of Dye Wastewater Using Hybrid Reactor" Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), August, 2020.

16.  Ankita Hujare, " Adsorptive Removal and recovery of Nutrient from Wastewater Using Water Treatment Sludge" Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), August, 2020.

17.  Sayli Udakawar, "Adsorptive Removal of Malachite Green Using Water Hyacinth from Aqueous Solution", Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), August, 2020.

18. Bhumika Goel, "Performance Evaluation of Packed Bed Reactor Using Domestic Wastewater", Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering Pune (COEP), August, 2020.

 

Research Project & Publication Details: 

List of publications

A) National Journal

Year 2002-2003

1.  M. Parida, Renu Bhargava and Moni U. K., “Analysis of transport related SPM”, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, 2003 (23), 864-871

B) International Journal

Year 2013-2014

1.    M. U.   Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Surfactant adsorption on solid surfaces and further  application to adsolubilization: A comprehensive review”, Recent Patents on Engineering, 7 (2013), 167-181.

Year 2014-2015

1.  M. U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Adsorptive removal of Cu(II) and Ni(II) from single-metal, binary-metal, and industrial wastewater system by surfactant-modified alumina”, Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A, 50  (2015),385-395. IF = 0.81 Citation 13

2.   M. U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Investigation on the adsorption of Mn(II) on  surfactant-modified alumina: Batch and column studies”. Journal of Environmental        Chemical Engineering, 2(2014), 2295-2305., IF = 2.08  Citation 31

Year 2015-2016

1.   M. U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Adsorptive removal of Mn(II) from water and   wastewater by surfactant modified alumina”, Desalination and Water Treatment, 57   (2016), 2775-2786.

2.   M. U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Batch and continuous fixed-bed adsorption for the  removal of Ni(II) from aqueous solution using surfactant treated alumina”, Recent     Patents on Engineering, 10 (2016), 36-50.

3.   M. U. Khobragade, Ashish Kumar Nayak, Anjali Pal, “Application of response surface    methodology to evaluate the removal efficiency of Mn(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) by       surfactant-modified alumina”, Clean Technology and Environmental  Policy, 18 (2016),    1003-1020. I. F. = 2.337, Citation 4

4.   M. U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Fixed bed column study on removal of Mn(II), Ni(II)  and Cu(II) from aqueous solution by the surfactant supported alumina”, Separation Science and Technology, 51 (2016), 1287-1298. I. F. =  1.2 ,Citation 8

Year 2016-2017

1.   M. U. Khobragade, Ashish Kumar Nayak, Anjali Pal, “Solid phase extraction of Cu(II)  from aqueous solution using surfactant-modified alumina: Batch and Fixed-Bed Column Studies”, ASCE’s  Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and radioactive Waste 21 (2017), 1-12. I F. 0. 56, Citation 2

2.   M. U. Khobragade, Ashish Kumar Nayak, Anjali Pal, “A review on the removal technologies of nickel(II) ion from aqueous solution”, Recent Patent on Engineering . 11 (2017), 21-34

Year 2018-2019

1.   Rama Jyothi Kongarapu, Ashish Kumar Nayak, Moni U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, Surfactant bilayer on chitosan bead surface for enhanced Ni(II) adsorption, Sustainable Material and Technology, 18 (2018),

C) National conference

Year 2006-2007

1.    M. U. Khobragade, S.R. Suryawanshi, “Integration of computer application for design      and construction of civil engineering structures”, Organized by Sou. Venutai   Chavan Polytechnic, Pune, February, 16th and 17th 2007.

Year 2007-2008

1.   M. U. Khobragade, S.R. Suryawanshi, “Environment and Health”, National  Conference on Sustainable Urban Environment: Issues & management Strategies,    Organized by Civil Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat, 27th and 29th ,    February, 2008

2.   M. U. Khobragade, “Effects of particulate matter: A case study”, National     Conference on      Emerging Technologies in Civil Engineering (NCETCE-2008), Organized by Civil     Engineering Department, Padmashree Dr. Vithalrao Vikhe     Patil College of Engineering, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra,  28th and 29th , February, 2008

Year 2014-2015

1.   M. U. Khobragade, Anjali Pal, “Enhanced removal of Mn(II) from aqueous   solution using surfactant-modified alumina: kinetics, equilibrium and   thermodynamic study”, 17th National Symposium in Chemistry, organized by CSIR-    National Chemical laboratory, Pune (India), 6th to 8th February, 2015.

D) International conference

Year 2010-2011

1.    M. U. Khobragade, P. Turerao, “Cost effective housing: A overview on green   building”, International Conference on Sunrise Technologies, Organized by SSVPSs Bapusaheb Deore College of Engineering and Polytechnic, Dhule and JJT    University, Rajasthan, 13th – 15th January, 2011.

 

Memberships and Affiliations: 

1. ISTE

Teaching Experience: 

14

Research Experience: 

3

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