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Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in 2001 with the goal to give quality education and to create a reputation for being best in the state. The department is dedicated towards the adaptation of recent development of science and technology to meet the requirement of present industrial scenario.The objective of the department is to spread technical knowledge and to provide service towards the welfare of society. The faculty in the mechanical engineering department is well qualified, experienced and dedicated to the quality education. An interactive relationship is maintained between the students and staff which empower the students to develop a sound foundation in a conducive environment. The department was accredited in the year 2007 for three years by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA).




Group photo of Mechanical Engineering and Automobile Engineering Department faculty and staff

The Department of Mechanical Engineering includes the following laboratories:

  • > Automobile Engineering Lab
  • > Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Lab
  • > Dynamics of Machines Lab
  • > Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • > Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
  • > Measurement and Metrology Lab
  • > Machine Drawing Lab
  • > Manufacturing Science Lab
  • > Material Science and Testing Lab
  • > Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab
  • > Thermodynamics Lab
  • > Workshop

The vision and mission of ME department are as follows:
VISION
The Mechanical Engineering Department aspire to be recognized globally for excellent education and research leading to well qualified engineers, who are entrepreneurial, innovative and successful in advanced fields of mechanical engineering to accommodate the continually changing industrial demands, social needs and shoulder the responsibilities of transforming the nation into a technologically, socially and culturally advanced one.

MISSION

  • To provide quality technical education platform.
  • To organize development program for the faculty and the students.
  • To develop alliances with R&D organizations and various values added programs.
  • To strengthen the entrepreneurial skills.
  • To make the students, capable of decision making, analytical & develop problem solving skills.




Lab

Project

DESIGN & FABRICATION OF AUTOMATIC GEAR CHANGER SYSTEM FOR TELERWO WHE
Ankit Singh, Kishan Vishwakarma, Md. Shah Haider, Md. Firdous Alam, Supervisor: Mrs. Mukta Srivastava

Abstract
The recent survey shows that continuous variable transmission (CVT) are in demand compared to the gear featured bikes. CVT's do not have the concept of meshing of gears which enhances a smooth ride, but the fuel efficiency is comparatively lesser when compared to the gear featured vehicles.

Introduction
The automatic gear changer system is used to change the gear in tensionless manner.
This system fuel power is not required to change the gear.
The system consist of battery electronics control board.

Problems in the Existing Process
The initialisation time of programming is 2 to 3 hours. Battery power is much enough to start motorcycle.

Objective for the Improvement
We have shifted the gear which is our main objective and further we have removed the clutch and atomised it through programming.

Acknowledgment
It gives us a great sense of pleasure to present the B. Tech Project undertaken during B.TECH Final Year. We owe special debt of gratitude to Project Guide Mrs. MUKTA SRIVASTAVA Department of Mechanical Engineering, IEC College of engineering & technology, Greater Noida for her constant support and opportunity to acknowledge the contribution of Professor VINAY GUPTA (Head of Department). It gives us a great sense of pleasure to development of the project.

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Comparative evaluation of a 4-stroke engine fuelled with Hydrogen
Keshav Chauhan, Lokendra Singh, Naveen Kr. Yadav, Nihal Jaiswal Supervisor : Mr. R.K.Tiwari

Abstract
This Project is an idea of using hydrogen as a fuel in IC engine to reduce or completely eliminate the harmful exhaust . The combustion of hydrogen in presence of oxygen only produces H2O (vapour) . There are no carbon related products like CO2 , CO etc. thus reducing green house effect & global warming. Hydrogen powered vehicle have been in development since past decades. This project explores the feasibility of making hydrogen IC engine in mass produced vehicles.

Introduction
At this time, hydrogen fuel cells have been receiving the majority of attention but this technology will not be ready for mass production for 20-25 years. So hydrogen IC engine may prove to be the most effective solution for the immediate future.

Challenges faced during project
1. Controlled hydrogen production. 2. Selection of materials for different parts & components. 3. Selection of shape & size of electrodes to produce hydrogen. 4. Safe handling & operation of hydrogen became of high flammability.

Objective
1. Hydrogen produce at required rate. 2. Operating hydrogen as fuel in IC engine.

Materials used
1. Stainless steel 2. Plastic container

Methods of hydrogen production
1. Electrolysis of water 2. Metal-base reaction

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We would like to thank our guide Mr. R. K. Tiwari sir & HOD of ME Mr. Vinay Gupta sir for giving us this opportunity and help provided to work on this project. We would also like to thank workshop technicians who helped a lot during this project.

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COMPARITIVE EVALUATION OF A 4 STROKE SI ENGINE USING GASOLINE-METHANOL BLENDS AND REDUCTION IN CO/HC EMISSION BY USING PELLETED CATALYTIC CONVERTER
Ankul Agrawal, Anup Kr Pandey, Himanshu Kushwah, Nitin kumar Singh Guidance by- Mr. Rajendra Kumar Tiwari (Associate Professor)

ABSTRACT
Methanol has greater octane number, high heats of evaporation, Oxygen contents by weight % higher than other fuels which result that better engine performance and decrease in HC, NOx, CO emission. In the present work the properties of methanol have been analyzed from the point of view of its applications to spark ignition engine vehicles. Use of methanol gasoline blends up to 20 percent methanol by volume requires only minor engine modifications. However, miscibility of methanol and gasoline is poor and in order to avoid fuel separation, mixture of these fuels requires fuel additives.

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INTRODUCTION
All over the world, the use of petroleum products has increased tremendously. has resulted in great scarcity of fuel for IC Engines and problem has become acute during the recent years. The increased use of automobile, rapid rate of industrial &technological development throughout the world. These factors are due to population growth and environmental impact such as global warming, acid rains and greenhouse effect etc. Use of methanol – gasoline blends up to 20% methanol by volume requires only minor engine modifications. Refer Fig. 1 for exhaust system of an automobile.

SELECTION OF EQUIPMENTS
Gas chromatograph/Analyzer, Thermocouple, Water tube monometer, Tachometer, Hydraulic dynamometer, Digital temperature indicator.

SELECTION OF MATERIAL
Preparation of the catalyst for catalytic converter Pure alumina (aluminium oxide) = 70gm Pure manganese oxide = 14gm Pure cuprous oxide = 14gm Pure silicon dioxide = 2gm Refer Fig. (2 to 3) preparation for pellets.

METHOD OF EXPERIMENT
Speed test at constant load (5kg) for 100% gasoline. Load test at constant Speed (1600rpm) for 100% gasoline. Speed test at constant load (5kg) for 5% Methanol by volume mixture with gasoline. Load test at constant Speed (1600rpm) for 5% Methanol by volume mixture with gasoline. Gas analysis Refer Fig. (4 to 5) for inlet and outlet of emission.

REFERENCES
Adelman and Andrews. Exhaust emission from Methanol fuelled automobile; SAE paper no. 720693, 1972. Wayne H. Mechanism of pollutant formation and control from automotive sources, SAE paper no.710483, 1971. William H. and Anglia, Donald L., Automotive Emission control, McGraw-hill Book company.1977. N.E, and Jackson, M.W. Exhaust emission fuel economy and drivability of vehicles fuelled with alcohol-gasoline blends’ SAE paper no. 750120, 1975. Dr. C.P and Geol.,P.K., &osAutomotive vehicle emission Journal institution of India mechanical Engineers, P. 140, vol,53, March 1973.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
It gives us a great sense of pleasure to present the report of the B. Tech Project undertaken during B.TECH Final Year. We owe special debt of gratitude to Project Guide Mr. R.K. Tiwari Department of Mechanical Engineering, IEC College of engineering & technology, Greater Noida for her constant support and opportunity to acknowledge the contribution of Professor VINAY GUPTA (Head of Department). It gives us a great sense of pleasure to development of the project.

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Design and Fabrication of Hybrid Tricycle
Anand Tiwari, Ankur kr. Gupta, Raunak Kumar, Ravi S. Mishra Project Supervisor: Mr. Shailesh Singh

Abstract
About 80 lakhs rickshaws ply all over India in both rural and urban areas. It has been observed that most of these rickshaws are of age-old design, and consequently design and manufacturing are not in an organized sector. They are not ergonomically designed with respect to rickshaw puller and passengers comfort and maneuverability. Therefore, the present project is concerned with design and development of a hybrid human-mechanical, and electric powered tricycle for short city trips as an alternative mode of transport.

Introduction to Human Electric Hybrid Tricycle
Human Electric Hybrid vehicle, powered with both human and Electric motor. An alternative mode of transport for short distances. Modified traditional rickshaw. Very Cheap Means of Transport.

Problems in the Existing Rickshaws
Less driving comfort & safety for both Driver as well as Passenger. Traditional rickshaws have single drive mechanism. Requires mechanical work to drive. stability while turning.

Objective for the Improvement
Inability of Rickshaw Puller to Buy Expensive Vehicles for earning. Problems faced by Driver during pulling traditional Rickshaws.

Setup Designed to Tackle the Problems
The setup (Fig. 2 to 6) is a Body system supported on a frame. Chain and Motor Drive is given (Fig 3-4) for Driving Purpose. Front Shockers and Rear Suspension is Provided (Fig 2) for Shock Absorption. Motor Controller is provided (Fig 6) for Multiple Speed Ratios. Entire Designing Was Prepared on SOLID WORKS SOFTWARE.

Final Set-up
Modification in the previous setup to built Aerodynamic Frame. Battery Compartment is built for safe keeping of Battery. The set up can be seen in Figure 7 and 9.

Acknowledgment
We thank Shailesh Sir our Project Guide for giving us opportunity and support for this project. We also thank to our workshop technicians who guided us in fabrication of HEHV.

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FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS
Aditya Singh, Akhil Pratap Singh, Ashutosh Singh Yadav, Ashwani Kumar, Dhirendra Kumar dev Supervisor: Mr. Prakash Kumar

ABSTRACT
Development of the composites plays major role in the development of material science. Composite replaced the metals in most of the application it is because of their high weight to strength ratio, stiffness and other parameters when compared to other metals. Here the research each concentrated on the fibre reinforced composites. Glass fibre composite consist of different layers of fibres which have bonded together by using matrix. Glass fibre composite materials have their applications in various field like aerospace, aircraft, automobiles etc.

INTRODUCTION
The word composite in the term composite material signifies that two or more materials are combined on a macroscopic scale to form useful third material. Composites differ from traditional materials in that composite parts comprise two distinctly different components i.e. fibre and matrix material (most often a polymer resin) that, when combined, remains discrete but function interactively to make a new material whose properties can not be predicted by simply summing the properties of its components. In fact, one of the major advantages of the fibre/resin combination is its complimentary nature. Thin Glass fibres, e.g. , exhibit relatively high tensile strength, but are susceptible to damage. By contrast, most polymer resins are weak in tensile strength but are extremely tough and malleable. When combined the fibre and resin each counteract the others weakness, producing a material far more useful the either of its individual components.

MATERIALS AND METHODS
We use materials glass fibre, resin (epoxy), catalyst (amines for epoxy resin). We used the technique hand lay up method in which we cut glass fibre at different angles [-45/45], [0/90]. And then we stick all the layer of glass fibre with the help of matrix material(epoxy resin).

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
We take the guidance of Mr. Prakash Kumar department of mechanical engineering ,our project guide, we owe our special depth of gratitude. We also wanted to acknowledge professor Shailesh Singh for the contribution in the development of fabrication and testing of the project

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FABRICATION OF SEMI AUTO-MATIC POTATO PEELER AND SLICER
GROUP MEMBER:FAIZ AHMED KHAN MOHD UMAIR MOHINDER SINGH DHAUNI SHIVAM PAL
GUIDE NAME:MR. YOGENDRA KUMAR(ASST.PROF)

ABSTRACT
In this project, we have developed a machine for peeling and cutting of potato for small scale potato chips making industries. The design uses friction as the principle for peeling potatoes and blades to cut slices of potatoes of desired thickness. There are three major components of the machine i.e., peeling drum, cutter drum and the frame on which both the drums are mounted along with motor and power transfer assembly.

About Machine
The main components of the semi-automatic potato peeler and slicer machine are: 1. Peeler drum 2. Cutter drum 3. Frame 4. Power transfer assembly

Peeler Drum
The first main component of the machine is the peeler drum. The drum is made of stainless steel and peels the potato with minimum peel loss. The inner surface of the drum is coated with emery powder (silicon carbide) which is coated with the help of synthetic adhesive Araldite.. The lid of the container is also made of stainless steel and provided with an inlet pipe and transparent window. The inner end of the pipe is connected to a nozzle which spray water in the form of shower so that the peeled skin do not interfere with further peeling of potatoes. Water is used for de-stoning and carries away slurry to the bottom of the container. The transparent window is provided to observe the peeling action and judge the degree of peeling according to requirement.

Cutter Drum
The transferred potatoes from the peeler drum passed through the passage provided and fall into the cutter drum. Two Blades are mounted on the rotating plates at a desired angle with suitable arrangement. Space is provided below the blades so that the chips formed during rotation of the blades fall directly out of the drum.

REFERENCES
1.George F. Goodman JR (1935), Machine for making Potato chips, U.S. Patent No.- 2,024,353. 2. Frederick Charles Ashford (1971), Potato chip making machine, U.S. Patent No.- D220, 212. .Yusuf Aminu Omeiza and Sciences Abdullahi Ibrahim (2007), Development of Potato slicing machine, Continental J. Engineering, 49 – 57.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
It gives us a great sense of pleasure to present the report of the B. Tech Project undertaken during B.TECH Final Year. We owe special debt of gratitude to Project Guide Mr. Yogendra Kumar For his constant support. We also take opportunity to acknowledge the contribution of Professor VINAY GUPTA (Head of Department

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FABRICATION OF FOUR WAY HACKSAW MACHINE
Shivam Kumar Gupta, Taufeeq Ahamad, Vipin, Vishal Singh Supervisor: Mandeep Malik

ABSTRACT
In generally conventional hacksaw machine is use for the cutting of rods, plates or any circular parts. But the conventional hacksaw machine takes more time to cut each individual part. And for this reason we taking changes in conventional hack saw machine into multiway hacksaw machine. This machine is able to cut multiple element at a time with different strength. Due to optimization we are taking it to improving quality and its performance in optimum sources. This machine very efficient to increase the rate cutting and reduce time required in conventional hacksaw machine.

INTRODUCTION
In present condition many electrically operated power hacksaw machines of different companies with different specifications are available for the use in shop floor. These machines are so precise that they can cut metal bars with minimum time made up of different materials but they have one and major disadvantage that those are able to cut single piece of bar at a time. For industries to achieve the mass production, it is necessary to cut metal bars with high rate. So it is impossible to depend upon conventional single frame power hacksaw machines and need the improvement in technology and design of such machines.

MATERIALS AND METHODS
Scotch yoke is a mechanism for converting the linear motion of a slider into rotational motion or vice-versa. The piston or other reciprocating part is directly a slot that engages a pin on the rotating part. With the help of this multi-way power hacksaw machine the four metal bars can be cut simultaneously to get high speed cutting rate and to achieve mass production.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
We take the guidance of Mr.Mandeep Malik department of mechanical engineering ,our project guide, we owe our special depth of gratitude. We also wanted to acknowledge professor Vinay Gupta for the contribution in the development of design part of the project.

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DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF FRUIT PLUCKING DEVICE
Pawan Kumar, Pradeep Kumar Yadav, Pramod Kumar and Prashant Singh Supervisor: Dr. Mukesh Kumar

ABSTRACT
The main objective of this project was to develop a device to pluck fruit from trees. The device developed is manually operated by a single user without the use of any electrical operated hardware. Our project is uniquely designed with a telescopic pole system, making it capable to reach fruits at different heights.

ABOUT DEVICE
A fruit plucker device consists of a cutter, a basket ring with a net, lever with wire to operate cutter and a telescopic pipe assembled together. The device is equipped with a chute that grip the fruit stem and then the fruit is plucked and collected in the basket.

SIGNIFICANT FEATURES
1. Designed ergonomically to reduce fatigue and stress. 2. Light weight telescopic pipe. 3. Strong enough to withstand various forms of stresses due to loading and collision impact. 4. Manually operated and easy to use.

REFERENCES
Bakhtiari, A., Hematian, A., Design, fabrication and evaluation of a picking mechanism for fruit harvesting, IJAS 83(10), pp 1027–30, 2013.

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HYPERLOOP WORKING MODEL
SANGRAM SINGH, SARVAGYA PANDEY, SHUBHAM SRIVASTAVA, VINOD KUMAR Supervisor: Mr. Salman Alvi

ABSTRACT
Existing conventional modes of transportation of people consists of four unique types: rail, road, water, and air. These modes of transport tend to be either relatively slow (e.g., road and water), expensive (e.g., air), or a combination of relatively slow and expensive (i.e., rail). Hyperloop is a new mode of transport that seeks to change this paradigm by being both fast and inexpensive for people and goods.

INTRODUCTION
high speed transportation system known as Hyperloop has been developed in this report. The work has detailed two versions of the Hyperloop: a passenger only version and a passenger plus vehicle version. Hyperloop could transport people, vehicles, and freight between Los Angeles and San Francisco in 35 minutes. Transporting 7.4 million people each way every year and amortizing the cost of $6 billion over 20 years gives a ticket price of $20 for a one-way trip for the passenger version of Hyperloop. The passenger only version of the Hyperloop is less than 9% of the cost of the proposed passenger only high speed rail system between Los Angeles and San Francisco. An additional passenger plus transport version of the Hyperloop has been created that is only 25% higher in cost than the passenger only version

FUTURE WORK
Hyperloop is considered an open source transportation concept. The authors encourage all members of the community to contribute to the Hyperloop design process. Iteration of the design by various individuals and groups can help bring Hyperloop from an idea to a reality.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
We take the guidance of Mr. Salman Alvi department of mechanical engineering ,our project guide, we owe our special depth of gratitude. We also wanted to acknowledge professor Vinay Gupta for the contribution in the development of fabrication and testing of the project.

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Improvement in Batasha Making Process
Manvendra Rai, Ritik Rathore, Ravi P. Kushwaha Supervisor(s): Dr. Vinay Gupta & Prof. Nurul Hassan Laskar

ABSTRACT
Batasha is a sweet dish prepared from sugar. Batasha is mainly used in festivals, worships and marriages in India. The work focus on ergonomic improvement in the traditional batasha making process. It was found that traditional batasha making process is tiring (due to squatting sitting posture of artisan) and unhygienic. Hence, needs improvement ergonomically. The factor of adaptability, productivity and economy has been kept in the forefront while designing the improved process.

Introduction to Traditional Batasha Making Process
1. Solution of sugar, water and other ingredients are heated on furnace. 2. The heated solution is transferred into dhaura, hanged to a chain. 3. The solution is dropped on specially prepared floor to make batasha. 5. Batasha artesian works for 5-8 hrs a day. 5. Generally two persons works together while making batasha. Refer Fig. 1 to 3 for visuals.

Problems in the Existing Process
1. Squat sitting for 5-8 hrs poses serious health concerns. 2. Muscles and joint pain on prolonged operation. 3. Unhygienic process due to process conducted on floor. 4. Weight handling 8-12kg during lifting and tilting of dhaura. 5. Safety concern due to handling of high temperature solution.

Objective for the Improvement
Arrangement to tackle the hygiene and sitting issues. Integrating the arrangement with overall process of batasha making.

Setup Designed to Tackle the Problems
The setup (Fig. 4 to 6) is a three rack system supported on a frame. The three racks are capable of moving independently. Collector for collecting prepared batasha. The setup aids in continuously making the batasha, no space crunch. The setup is completely adjustable, therefore a single setup can cater to multiple persons.

Final Set-up
Modification in the previous setup to built more robust setup. Horizontal channels for rolling to save spaces between the plates. Square iron cross section for stability and easy adjustability. The setup(Fig. 7) can be used to make batasha while sitting on floor as well.

Acknowledgment
We thank RuTAG IIT Delhi for giving us opportunity and support for this project. We also thank to our workshop technicians who help us in fabrication of the set-up. At last, we would like to thank the batasha artisan for help during testing.

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DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MUV ALONGWITH ENHANCED STEERING MECHANISM
Arpit Kr, Ashutosh Barnawal, Gaurav Srivastav, Kashif Ali Supervisor: Mr. Nikhil Tatke

ABSTRACT
sharp contradiction between the rapidly growing number of vehicles and limited parking lots results in the phenomenon of difficult parking and disorderly parking, which has serious impacts on citizens’ quality of life and the running of urban roads. Firstly, the current situation and problems of parking are analysed systematically and thoroughly. Then, the reasons of these problems are find out. Finally, solutions and suggestions are put forward.

INTRODUCTION
prototype of an MULTI UTILITY VEHICLE (MUV), which can act as a powerful solution to this parking problem has been designed and fabricated. frame is designed in such a way that it can change its size (shrink or expand) according to the situation. Two scissor jacks are used for this purpose which act as the frame of the body. The shrinkage or the expansion process will always take place along the track width of the vehicle. The steering consists of 4 rack & pinion gears, two chains driven by a power source. The wheels of the vehicle are attached with the circular gear (rack). When the gear rotates it also rotates the wheel, thus giving a proper steering output. When the chains move in forward direction, the vehicle takes a right turn and vice versa. To obtain 360-degree rotation of vehicle, the chains need to move in opposite direction.

Reference(s)
Cheng, S.H., et. al. Reasons and Solutions to Parking Problem in Peking University First Hospital. Chinese Hospital Architecture and Equipment, 2003, 40-42.

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Thermoelectric Cooling Jacket
Vineet Sharma, Shivam Yadav, Kumar Ankit, Sagar Verma Supervisor: Ashutosh Pandey

ABSTRACT
With rapid technological advancement human has accepted the challenges of working in increasingly hostile and adverse conditions. The hot and humid environment is a stress generator in such cases. To prevent from such hot and humid condition, a heat protective suit is worn by the worker which can act as a shield against the incoming radiative heat from the hot environment outside also the operating principle of such cooling garments is to create a cooler microclimate to facilitate the removal of metabolic heat and block heat exchange between the user and the environment.

INTRODUCTION
Thermoelectric cooler or Peltier cooler is a solid-state heat pump that uses the Peltier effect to move heat. This cooling device for personal use outdoors is a necessity under very hot atmosphere. The purpose of this project was to make a prototype of cooling jacket that is refrigerated by a thermoelectric element driven by battery and to investigate the possibility of a personal cooling unit for outdoor use. Heat must be continuously rejected from the body in order to keep the junction temperatures constant when there is a current passing through it. The amount of heat added or rejected is proportional to the amount of current supplied.

COMPONENTS:
Peltier Heat sink Dc battery Fans Arduino LCD Power supply ATMEGA Thermoelectric paste Silicon paste LM 35 sensor

REFERENCES:
www.youtube.com, www.sciencedirect.com

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
We thank our workshop technicians and other college staff for helping in various manners.

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DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WATER JET CUTTING MACHINE
Rajat Poswal, Abhinav Mishra, Priya Singh and Pratishtha Chaturvedi Supervisor: Mrs. Rinku Yadav

ABSTRACT
Material cutting is one of the main function in any production company. With the passage of time technology is being advanced and companies want to reduce the time of operation and waste which results due to traditional and inefficient cutting methods. . Water jet cutting is proved to be an effective technology for processing various engineering materials.

ABOUT DEVICE
A water jet cutter is a tool capable of slicing into metal or other materials using a jet of water at high velocity and pressure, or a mixture of water and an abrasive substance. The process is essentially the same as water erosion found in nature but accelerated and concentrated by orders of magnitude.

SIGNIFICANT FEATURES
Designed ergonomically to reduce fatigue and stress. Light weight telescopic pipe. Strong enough to withstand various forms of stresses due to loading and collision impact. Electrically operated and easy to use.

REFERENCES
M.A. Azmir, A.K. Ahsan, “A study of abrasive water jet machining process on glass/epoxy composite laminate “Journal of Materials Processing Technology 209 (2009) 6168–6173

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Publication and Research

Selected Publications:

Authors

Title

Journals

Year of publication

Amit Kumar Yadav

Thermal characteristics of Boron Nitride filled Epoxy Composites.

International Journal of Recent Research Aspects

2015

Poonam Rajput

Experimental study of ultrasonically assisted turning of AISI52100 based on taguchi method.

International Journal of Recent Research Aspects

2015

Rinku Yadav

A study on addendum length of a micro gear in wire electrical discharge machining based on taguchi method.

International Journal of Recent Research Aspects

2015

Amardeep

Experimental Investigation of Performance and Emission Characteristics of Blends of Jatropha Oil Methyl Ester and Ethanol in Light Duty Diesel Vehicle

Journal of Engineering Research and Applications.

2014

Amardeep

Orange Peel Oil- An alternative fuel in single cylinder diesel engine.

Mangalmay Journal ofManagement & Technology

2014

Amardeep

Performance and emission analysis of CI engine in dual mode with CNG and Jatropha oil methyl ester

Mangalmay Journal ofManagement & Technology

2014

 

Conferences:

 

Authors

Title

Conferences

Year of publication

Kunal Saurabh

Fabrication of Electromagnetic Clutches& Braking System

ARIMPE, ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida

2017

Kunal Saurabh

FEM Analysis of Combined Paired Effect on Piston & Connecting Rod using ANSYS

ARIMPE, ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida

2017

Amardeep

Study of Wire EDM Cutting Precision: A Review.

ICRIE United Engg. College, Greater Noida

2016

Anuj Kr. Gupta

Indian Energy Scenerio-Vision-2025.

ICRIE, United Engg. College, Greater Noida

2016

Mukesh Kumar

Experimental Investigations of the Performance and Emissions of a Diesel Engine with Mixing of Three Biodiesels Blended with Diesel.

ICEMS JNU Jaipur.

2016

R. K. Tiwari

Indian Energy Scenerio-Vision-2025.

ICRIE, United Engg. College, Greater Noida

2016

Amardeep

Performance and Emission Studies of Diesel Engine Fuelled with Orange Peel Oil and N-Butanol AlcoholBlends.

Symposium on International Automotive Technology,(SIAT) ARAI, Pune, India

2015

Amardeep

Process Optimization of Biodiesel Production from Sal Seed Oil using Response Surface Methodology [RSM] and Diesel.

SAE World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, Michigan, USA. Cobo Center

2015

Ijlal Ahmad Rizvi

An Ergonomic Study of Effects of Whole Body Vibration and Awkward Posture Among Vehicle and Industrial Equipment Operators: A Critical Review.

Gyanodaya, IEC-CET, Greater Noida.

2015

Kunal Saurabh

Power Generation through Renewable Sources.

AMAPE, Skyline Institute of Management, Greater Noida

2015

Kunal Saurabh

Methodology of power generation by Gravity: A New Approach.

CTMS: A&P IEC-CET, Greater Noida

2015

Kunal Saurabh

A Renewable view of power generation by Gravity.

CTMS: A&P IEC-CET, Greater Noida

2015

Amardeep

Potential Utilization of the Blend of Orange Peel Oil Methyl Ester and Isopropyl Alcohol in CI Engine.

SAE PFL Fuels & Lubricants Meeting, International Power train, United Kingdom, Birmingham

2014

Amardeep

Performance, Emission and Combustion, Analysis of Diesel Engine Fueled with Blends of Mahua Oil Methyl Ester and Diesel.

SAE PFL Fuels & Lubricants Meeting, International Power train, United Kingdom, Birmingham

2014




Technical Clubs

Workshop (Orientation courses/refresher courses)

 

Attendees

Organization

Title

Date

Ijlal Ahmad Rizvi

NTTTR, Chandigarh through ICT

Research Methodology.

June, 6 to 17, 2016

Ijlal Ahmad Rizvi

IIMT, Greater Noida

Mechatronics

May 30 - June 4, 2016

R. K. Tiwari

ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida.

Thermal Engineering Applications

Jan. 4-9, 2016

Anuj Kr. Gupta

NTTTR, Chandigarh through ICT

Research Methodology.

June, 6 to 17, 2016

Mukesh Kumar

UTU Dehradun, online from Edx

Research Methodology, Environmental Studies: A Global Perspective

2016

Nikhil Tatke

IIMT, Greater Noida

Mechatronics

May 30 - June 4, 2016

Rameez Khan

MGM, Noida

Robotics

May 30-31, 2016.

Kunal Saurabh

IILM-CET, Greater Noida.

Innovation in Hydrocarbon & Advances in Engineering in India's Development

Oct. 7, 2015

Ratnesh Mishra

ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida.

Thermal Engineering Applications

Jan. 4-9, 2016




JatinHasija

Cadapult design solutions pvt.Ltd.

Cad Solutions and Design Aspects

Sept., 17, 2012

Vinay Gupta

IIT Delhi

Advances in Robotics

July, 5-7, 2012

Vinay Gupta

CII and IIT Delhi

Advanced system Integration and Artificial Intelligence.

April, 6, 2014

S.S.Chauhan, Vinay Gupta and Jatin Kumar Hasija

IIT Delhi

Open House visit

April, 21, 2012

Yogendra Kumar

Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology , Sultanpur (U.P)

National Conference

April,7, 2012

S. S. Chauhan and Vinay Gupta

IIT Madras

National Conference on Machines and Mechanisms

Nov., 30 to Dec.,2, 2011.

Rajkumar Shivankar and Ashutosh Pandey

MTU Campus.

Challenges in Adoption of Automation: An Indian Perspective.

Aug., 9, 2011

Vinay Gupta

IIT Delhi

Haptics and Virtual reality in Robotics Application.

July, 9-10, 2011.

P.V.Kumar, Nurul Hassan and Alok Kr. Srivastava

ITS, Noida.

Advanced Industrial Engineering

 

S.S.Chauhan, Vinay Gupta and Jatin Kumar Hasija

IIT Delhi

Open House visit

April, 23, 2011

Rishikesh and  Alok Kr. Srivastava

Skyline Institute of Technology, Greater Noida.

Faculty Development Programme on Engineering

April, 18-28, 2011.

S.S. Chauhan

Anand Engg. College, Agra

National Conference (EVME)

April, 4-5, 2011.

S.S. Chauhan

Amity University, U.P

National Conference on Manufacturing Excellence.

March, 3-4, 2011

Vinay Gupta

K. L. University, Vijayawada.

International Conference on Multibody Dynamics.

Feb., 24-26, 2012

M.R. Damle

Pragati Maidan , New Delhi.

Delhi Book Fair visit

Dec., 2010

Vinay Gupta

IIT Delhi

ISER Tutorial

Dec., 22, 2010

Anish S. R.

Expo Mart, Greater Noida.

Renewable Energy Technology Development.

Oct., 27-28, 2010

Vinay Gupta,  Anuj Kr. Gupta, Jatin Kumar, and Ankush Kr. Srivastava

IIT Delhi

Open House visit

April, 24, 2010

Raghvendra Pratap Singh and  Rishikesh Kr. Singh.

Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

Auto Expo visit

January, 9, 2010.




S. S. Chauhan and Vinay Gupta

Industrial Engg. Dept. IIT Delhi.

Industry Academia Co-operation in R&D: Some important factors for Success & Successful Approach for PhD. Research completion.

Oct., 20, 2009

S. S. Chauhan

NIET, Greater Noida

Nano Technology

Oct., 15, 2009

S. S. Chauhan and

S. S. Pathak

Energy Mgmt. Dept.( Govt. of India)

Renewal energy

Aug., 12, 2009

S. S. Chauhan

Skyline Institute of Engg. & Technology, Greater Noida.

 

Energy Management Issues And Challenges.

Feb., 21, 2009

S. S. Chauhan and Ashutosh Pandey

G L Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, Greater Noida.

Auto Cad and Automation.

January, 30, 2009

Vinay Gupta

FDI, Greater Noida

Kinematics of machines

Feb., 16, 2008

Nurul Hassan and Ravi Kr. Goel

FDI, Greater Noida

Development of strategies for result and quality

April, 5, 2008

S.S. Pathak

Jamia MiliaIslamia, New Delhi

Non conventional sources of energy.

March, 5, 2007

Irfan Alam and Nurul Hassan

Hindustan Institute of Technology, Gr. Noida

Mechanical engineering

May, 7-8, 2007

G.k. singh, Irfan Alam, and Nurul Hassan

Ghaziabad

evening course for Pro Engineering wild fire III

July, 2007

N.A Daniel

Shipra Hotel, Ghaziabad

Auto CAD & Design

December 2007

Vinay Gupta

UPTU , Lucknow

Challenges and strategies for sustainable energy, efficiency, environment.

June, 10-11, 2006

S S. Chauhan

NIET, Gr.Noida

Advance synthesis of Mechanism

June, 10-15, 2006

Vinay Gupta,  Nurul Hassan and Vishal Saxena

Schenk Avery Ltd, Noida

Dynamic Balancing Machine

June, 24-25, 2006




Books and Monography

Achievement and Award

ME Student Hybrid Vehicle Video

Achievement and Award

TEAM DEMON
PARTICIPATED IN HYBRID VEHICLE CHALLENGE
ORGANISED BY
IMPERIAL SOCIETY OF INNOVATIVE ENGINEER (ISIE) AT BUDDH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT, GREATER NOIDA (Feb. 2018)

Achievement and Award

Achievement and Award

    Team Members
  • Vivek Kumar Singh
  • Sripuja Mishra
  • Sandip Singh
  • Prateek
  • Ritu Pradhan
  • Saurabh Kumar
  • Saurabh Singh

    Supervisor
  • Mr. Amardeep
    Assistant Professor
    ME/AU Deaprtment

    Team Members
  • Shubham Chaudhary
  • Utkarsh Sharma
  • Danish Hashan
  • Vijay Kumar
  • Raj Verma
  • Arpan Singh
  • Karunesh Kumar




Faculty Profile

Prof. Nurul Hassan Laskar is working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has done his M.Tech in specialization area of Thermal Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh and B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Silchar. He possesses 15 years of rich and extensive experience in educational institutions. He has well experience in implementing NBA updating system and also coordinating and supervision of teachers and technicians and contract personnel. He has published various research papers in national and international journal and conferences. He has well experience in conducting seminars, conference and workshop in various fields. He organized various industry interactions/visits for our undergraduate students. He has supervised a number of B.Tech projects and M.Tech thesis. He has attended number of FDPs. 

Prof. Rajendra Tiwari is an Associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He is currently pursuing Ph.D in “Indian Energy Scenario – Emerging areas in power Sector & future Projections” from AKTU, Lucknow. He has done his M.Tech. in specialization area of Thermal engineering from G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pant Nagar (U.S.Nagar, Uttarakhand) and B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Ravi Shankar University, Raipur (C.G.). He possesses 12 years of teaching experience and 12 years of industry experience at Fertilizer & Chemical companies with various leading organizations. He has published various research papers in national and international conferences. He organized various industry interactions/visits for our undergraduate students. He has attended a number of FDPs. Mr. Tiwari is also associate member (M.I.E.) of Institutions of Engineers, New Delhi & life member of Indian Institute of Materials Management, Mumbai.

Prof. Ijlal Ahmad Rizvi is an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department of IEC College of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida. He is also Convener of Library Committee of the institute and in charge of M. Tech. courses in the department. He has passed B.E. (Mechanical) and M. Tech. (Industrial and Production) from ZHCET, AMU, Aligarh. His thesis topic in M.Tech is “Development of some product using value Engineering Methodology.” He has more than 14 years of teaching and 2 years of industrial experience. His areas of interest are Product Development, Pressure Die Casting, Total Quality Control and Energy Management. He has published 5 research paper in internal journals. He has presented 3 papers in international conferences and attended various FDP, QIP and workshops. He has also worked as an enumerator in third census of small scale industries in India and held various academic and administrative responsibilities in various institutes.

Dr. Mukesh Kumar is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has completed Ph.D on “Investigations on CI engine performance, emissions and its limitations use biodiesels from Jatropha, Mahua and Neem oils” from Uttrakhand Technical University, Dehradun under the cable guidance of Dr. Onkar Singh, ex VC, MMMUT and Dr. Naveen Kumar, professor, ME Dept., DTU Delhi. He has done his M. Tech. in Mechanical-CAD from HBTU, Kanpur and B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from UPTU Lucknow. He possesses more than 09 years of teaching experience. Mr. Kumar has published more than 10 research papers in international and national journals/ conferences. He has attended a number of QIPs/FDPs at IITs and NITs. His area of interest includes I.C. engines, bio-fuels, alternative fuels, non-conventional sources of energy, CAD-CAM.

Mr. Mandeep Malik is working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has done his M. Tech. in Manufacturing and Automation and B.Tech in Mechanical form Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak. He has done research in area of “Inventory control by using ‘A’’B’’C’ methods.” He has experience of working in Moser Baer. Greater Noida. He possesses 11 years of teaching experience.Mr. Malik has published various research papers.

Mr. Kunal Saurabh is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has done his M. Tech in specialized area of Computer Aided Design from HBTI, Kanpur and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from College of Engineering & Technology (IILM) affiliated to UPTU, Lucknow. He is experts in the field of design and analysis with software knowledge such as Solidworks, Catia, ANSYS and ABAQUS. He has gained call from various repute university as University of Texas and Houston due to his M.Tech research works on the topic of “Finite Element Analysis of stress distribution on cutting tool during Hard Turning”.  He is highly passionate about the coding application in field of mechanical and its components. On his research work, he has attended various national and international conferences. He is contributor writer and review of some of repute books. He is also reviewer of several technical paper publications as Computer Aided Design. He has contributor in conduction of various seminar, workshop and conferences. His interest area is FEM, implicit and explicit analysis, contact analysis, coding and design of mechanical components.

Md. Salman Alvi is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has done his M. Tech in Manufacturing and Automaton on thesis topic of “Green and lean manufacturing to increase productivity” and B.Tech in Mechanical and Automation form Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak. He possesses 8 years of teaching experience He has also taught in Jamia Millia Islamia as a guest Lecturer. Mr. Salman Alvi has published various research papers in national and international conferences. He has attended a number of FDPs at various Universities.

Ms. Mukta Srivastava is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She has done her M. Tech from Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology Sultanpur. Her M.Tech thesis is on the topic of “Various types of risks in supply chain management” and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Anand Engineering College, Agra, UPTU. She possesses 7.5 years of teaching experience in the field of Design, CAD/CAM and Quality.

Mr. Amit Kumar Yadav is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He is currently pursuing Ph.D on “Experimental and optimization of Electrical Discharge Machining Process” from Uttrakhand Technical University, Dehradun. He has done his M. Tech in Thermal Engineering from NIT Rourkela, Odisha and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from UPTU Lucknow. He possesses more than 5 years of teaching experience. Mr. Yadav has published more than 8 research papers in international and national journals/conferences.

Mr. Praveen Kumar Yadav is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has completed his M. Tech in Manufacturing Technology on thesis topic of “Analysis of Heat Affect Zone MIG Welding and Automation” from MDU, Rohtak. He has done his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow. He has been in the teaching profession for about 6 years now and his interest of area is in field of manufacturing science and technology.

Mr. Nikhil Tatke is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has done his M.E. in Design Engineering from BITS Pilani on the dissertation titled “Elasto - Viscoplastic Analysis of Sheet Metal Forming” and B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from SRMSCET, Bareilly affiliated to GBTU, Lucknow. He possesses 4 years of teaching experience at IEC CET, Greater Noida and 01 years of Industry experience at Bajaj Hindusthan Limited. His areas of interest include Machine Design, Mechanics of Solids, and Computer Aided Design.  He has attended a number of FDP’s and conferences.

Ms. Poonam Rajput is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She has done her M. Tech. in Manufacturing Technology & Automation on thesis topic of “Experimental Study and Optimization of the Machining Parameters in Ultrasonically Assisted Turning on Lathe Machine” from AFSET, M.D.U and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Hi-Tech Institute of Engineering & Technology, Ghaziabad affiliated to UPTU, Lucknow. She possesses 7 years of teaching experience.Ms. Poonam Rajput has published 1 research paper in international conference. Her area of interest is manufacturing and Automation.

Ms. Rinku Yadav is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She has done her M. Tech in Manufacturing Technology & Automation on thesis entitled “Study and analysis of micro internal gear machining by wire EDM” from AFSET, M.D.U and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from AIMT, Greater Noida affiliated to UPTU, Lucknow. She possesses 6.5 years of teaching experience.Ms. Rinku Yadav has published 1 research paper in international conference. Her area of interest is manufacturing science & technology, CAD/CAM and Quality.

Mr. Yogendra Kumar is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has done his M.Tech in KNIT, Sulltanpur and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from SSITM, Aligarh. He has attended a number of FDP’s and conferences.

Activities

Department Notice

HOD Profile

HOD’s Profile:

Prof. (Dr.) Vinay Gupta has obtained his Ph.D degree from IIT Delhi in "Dynamics based design of robotic systems" from Mechanical Engineering Department. He obtained his B.Tech and M.Tech degree from Dr. B. R. A. University, Agra (Formerly Agra Univ.) and UPTU, Lucknow in Mechanical Engineering respectively. He has more than 13 years of experience in teaching at IEC College of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida and 3 years of experience in research in a sponsored project at IIT Delhi. He has 10 publications in International/National journals and conferences of repute.
He has travelled aboard (Croatia) for presenting paper in an international conference for which he got the travel grant from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India. He has attended several FDP’s, workshops, conferences, seminars, etc.
He has been awarded the best faculty resource (Mechanical Engineering Department) in 2009 and the best faculty (contribution to the Mechanical Engineering Department) in 2012. In his 13 years of teaching tenure at IEC, he is also involved in the development of labs, an active member for accreditation of Mechanical Engineering department and guided several B.Tech projects. He is also working in the rural based project "Improvement in Batasha Making Process" in association with the RuTAG, IIT Delhi. His area of interest is multibody dynamics, mechanisms, design optimization and robotics. His other interests include playing sports and reading books.




Guest Lecture / Peer Lecture

Guest Lecture

Lecture delivered by

Organization

Title

Date

Prof. S. K. Saha

HOD IIT, Delhi.

R2: Robotics to Rural- An Approch to Inclusive Education

Nov. 8, 2016.

Mr. Prince Bhati

IEC alumni and IES qualified

A motivational lecture.

Aug, 26, 2015.

Executive of Dragonfly Education

Dragonfly Education

Blended Learning

Sept. 9, 2015.

Mr. Naresh Bhagat

MD, Lelogix Ltd, Greater Noida

Scope of for Design in Mechanical and Automobile Engineering.

Oct., 17&18, 2012.

Prof. S. K. Saha

IIT, Delhi

How to write technical papers & MUDRA (Multibody Dynamics for rural applications)

Sept.,10, 2011

Mr. Gagan Barodia

Ass. Consultants, Dragon fly Education, New Delhi.

Strength of Material

Sept. 2, 2011.

Mr. Omri

GM (Tech.), Intelitek, Israel.

Robotics & Flexible Manufacturing System.

June, 29, 2011

Prof. J.P.Subramaniyam

Head, Mech. Engg. Deptt. IIT Delhi

I.C.Engine

April,12, 2010

Mr. Naresh Bhagat

Director, Lelogix Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Introduction to Design software’s Catia/Solidworks/Pro-E.

March, 31, 2010

Prof.S.K.Saha

IIT, Delhi

A concept on Robotics competition based education in Engineering Robotics & its applications.

Nov., 5, 2009

Mr. K.K.Singh

Head (HR) of Escorts India Ltd.

How to prepare yourself for an interview-Do’s and Don’ts in an interview

Sept., 17, 2009

Mr. Naresh Bhagat

Director, Lelogix Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd

High end CAD/CAM in mechanical industries.

March, 11, 2008

Sh. Hargovind Sharma

AGM, BHEL

Advancement on Steam Turbine Technologies.

Feb., 20, 2008

Prof. A.K. Khare

Pro V.C. UPTU

Gear Design.

August 2007

Dr. S. Prasad

HOD, Mech. Engg. Deptt. NIET, Gr. Noida.

Challenges before a Mechanical Engineer.

Sept., 15, 2006

Dr. N.G.R. Iyenger

IIT Kanpur.

Composites in Aerospace Structure.

Feb., 02, 2006

Mr. B. Bandopadhyay.

Dypt. Manager, NTPC R & D, Noida

Reliable Life Assessment (RLA).

Nov., 15, 2004

Mr. Sandeep Garg

CAD plus software, Ghaziabad.

CAD/CAM

Oct., 10, 2003

 

 




Peer Lectures

Date

Presented by

Topics

Aug., 27

Prof. Vinay Gupta

Actuating torque optimization of robotic systems

Mr. Anuj Gupta

Graphical representation of compound stress-mohr’s circle

Sep., 24

Prof. R.K. Tiwari

Combined cycle cogeneration for improvement in overall plant efficiency

Prof. Ijlal Ahmad Rizvi

General consideration for a good design to improve quality of a product

Oct., 08

Mr. Mandeep Malik

Design of cam and followers

Mr. Mukesh Kumar

Importance of Alternative fuels in India

Nov., 12

Mr. Prakash Kumar

Radiation heat transfer

Mr. Ratnesh Mishra

Working principle of carburetor

Nov., 23

Mr. Shailesh Singh

Plant layout and its type

Nov., 24

Ms. Mukta Srivastava

Stress concentration in machine elements

Mr. Amardeep

Biodiesel production from non-edible vegetable oils

Nov., 25

Mr. Salman Alvi

Sinking and floating objects

Mr. Nikhil Tatke

Theories of failures

Nov., 26

Mr. Anshuman Singh

Centroid, centre of gravity and moment of Inertia

Nov., 28

Mr. Kunal Saurabh

Math’s Numerical and Mechanical

Nov., 29

Ms. Poonam Rajput

Iron-carbon diagram

Mr. Yogendra Kumar

Trusses

Dec., 01

Ms. Rinku Yadav

Solidification of casting

Dec., 05

Mr. Amit Kumar Yadav

Basic heat transfer

Mr. Ashutosh Pandey

Gas turbine

Mr. Praveen Kr. Yadav

EDM

May, 18, 2011

Prof. A.K.Khare

Operation Research

May, 06, 2011

Prof. A.K.Khare

Engineering Mechanics

Dec., 24, 2010

Mr. Vinay Gupta

Gyroscopic Couple and its Effects

Dec., 20, 2010

Prof. A.K.Khare

Design of Machine Elements

Aug., 14, 2010

Prof. P.V.Kumar

Teaching Methodology

 

 




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