Vinod Vasantrao Vanmore

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Assistant Professor
Sanjeevan Engineering & Technology Institute Panhala kolhapur



                       

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Vinod Vasantrao Vanmore was competed his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Shivaji University Kolhapur. He completed his Masters (Mechanical-Production) from Walchand College of Engineering Sangli. From 2008 to 2010, he was associated with Dembla valves Ltd Thane, as an Application Engineer. Since 2010, he has been an Assistant Professor with the Mechanical Engineering Department ,Sanjeevan Engineering and Technology Institute Panhala, Kolhapur, Maharashtra.

EDUCATION

PhD Mechanical Engineering

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Machining on Difficult to cut materials, Micromachining, Optimization Technique, Fluidics, control valve sizing

FUTURE PROJECTS

Development of Ventilator

Fluidics is the technology that utilizes fluid flow phenomena in components and circuits to perform a wide verity of Control functions. These include sensing, logic, memory, timing, interfacing to other control media. Fluidics has opened a new branch in control system. Numerous application of fluidics are possible, to name a few, heart pump, respiratory system oxy-generator, windshield wiper, fluidic carburetor, bottle filling machine, etc. PROPOSED WORK: The proposed project work will be carried out in three stages; ? Design using design of experiments ? Development of various models and ? Testing of fluidic devices to optimize the results of an artificial respirator.


Applications Invited
Biomedical Industries

Machining on difficult machine materials

PROPOSED WORK: The proposed project work will be carried out in three stages; ? EDM machining on Difficult to machine materials ? Various Tool materials for Machining on Difficult to machine materials ? Geometrical Characterization of Machining Process


Applications Invited
Research Institute
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Scopus Publications

Scopus Publications

Publications

V.V.Vanmore and U. A. Dabade,(2022) “Multi-Criteria Optimization of Micro Hole on Glass Using Developed μ-Abrasive Jet Machine set up” Journal of Micromanufacturing. ISSN: 2516-5984 November 19, (2022) https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/25165984221135047
2. Avadhut S.Patil, V.V.Vanmore (2021) ‘Analysis of CR4 Metal forming by deep drawing force’ International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering and Management, ISSN 2582-3930 Volume 05, Issue: 09 Sept (2021) http://ijsrem.com/volume-05-issue-09-september-2021/
3. V.V.Vanmore, U. A. Dabade (2019) “Experimental investigation and parametric optimization of micro holes on Inconel 718 using developed μ-AJM set-up” Manufacturing Technology Today, 18(12), Dec 2019. 35-42p.
http://ischolar.info/index.php/MTT/article/view/196145/0
4. V.V.Vanmore, U. A. Dabade (2018) “Development of Laval Nozzle for Micro Abrasive Jet Machining [MAJM] Processes” Procedia Manufacturing, 20:181–186. (Science Citation Index Expanded -Elsevier). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2351978918300593
5. V.V.Vanmore, U. A. Dabade (2018) “Experimental and Parametric Optimization of Micro Holes on ANSI 304 Using Micro Abrasive Jet Machining (MAJM)” Procedia Computer Science, 133:620–626. (Science Citation Index Expanded -Elsevier).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877050918310482

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Mr.Vinod Vasantrao Vanmore, Dr. Uday Anna Dabade, April 2022, ‘Micro Abrasive Jet Machine’. The Patent Office, Kolkata. Application No. 362441-001, Cbr No.200495.

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

SPOC person for TTL (Tata Technology Limited) enhancing soft skill program for
Engineering students.

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Dembla Valves Ltd. Thane Mumbai, Application Engineer, August 2008 to August 2010

STARTUP

Development of Artificial ventilator

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

Work for livelihood projects for developing Women, children, and farmers.