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Design and Analysis of Rocket Nozzle

Design and Analysis of Rocket Nozzle
The functional part of rocket viz. rocket nozzle is used to channelize and accelerate the combustion products produced by the burning propellant inside rocket, in such a way that it maximizes the velocity of the exhaust at the exit. to the supersonic velocity. The nozzle converts chemical energy of propellant to kinetic energy without any moving parts. It is basically a tube with variable cross-sectional area.
Generally, nozzles are used to control the flow rate, direction, mass, speed, shape and the pressure of the exhaust stream that emerges from them. The nozzle converts high pressure, low velocity and high temperature gas in the combustion chamber into high velocity of gas of low pressure and temperature thus producing the required thrust for the rocket to propel.
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Design and analysis of Rocket Nozzle

Rocket engine nozzle is propelling nozzle (usually of the de Laval type) used in rocket engine to expand and accelerate the combustion gases produced by burning propellant so that the exhaust gases exit the nozzle at hypersonic velocities. The convergent and divergent type of nozzle is called as de Laval nozzle. Throat is the area with minimum area in convergent divergent nozzle. The divergent part of the nozzle is known as nozzle exit. In the convergent section, the pressure of the exhaust gases will increase and as the hot gases expand through the diverging section attaining high velocities from continuity equation.
The analysis of rocket nozzle involves the concept of steady, one dimensional compressible fluid flow of an ideal gas. The goal of the rocket nozzle design is to accelerate the combustion products to as high exit velocity as possible. This is achieved by designing the necessary geometric nozzle profile with the condition that isentropic flow is considered to be flow that is dependent only upon cross sectional area. Therefore, in actual nozzle it is necessary to minimize the frictional effect, flow disturbances and conditions that can lead to shock losses. In addition, heat transfer losses should be minimize. That means it should be thermal resistant.
In this way, the properties of the flow are near isentropic and are simply affected only by the changing cross sectional area as the fluid flows through the nozzle. Space shuttle uses some of the largest de Laval nozzles in the solid rocket boosters. They are designed so as to optimize the weight and the performance.
In this project study is conducted to study the various configurations and geometries of de Laval nozzle with respect to the available technologies been used in the world. Further an effort is made to analyse the flow of the gases through a space shuttle nozzle using commercially available softwares.

Design and Development of Coconut Grating Machine | Mechanical Engineering Project

At present about 4000 tonnes of desiccated coconut is manufactured annually and used mainly by confectionery, biscuit and food processing industries. Coconut grating machine grinds or grate the deshelled coconut flesh into desiccated coconut. The machine works on the speed reduction technique by using pulley belt arrangement. The overall size of the machine should be maintained as it helps to easily operate and smooth handling for workers. In less time, we can produce the maximum amount of coconut grate by using this machine. We can also make use of well sealed gearbox speed reduction. Depending upon the shape and quantity of shreds of the coconut, the grating disc changes respectively. Being highly efficient at shorter distance, V- belt is used in this mechanism.
Grating machine is useful for large scale production industries for coconut in large scale; it helps to satisfy the requirement of customer on time. Coconut dehusking and grating is the most fundamental issue in terms of finding labor and improving productivity. In food industries, we need large manpower because in every part of section we cannot use automatically operated machine. So to overcome this advantages coconut dehiscing and grating machine is good solution.
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Final assembled machine

Components of Machine :

  1. Main frame
  2. Grating Disc
  3. Electric motor
  4. Shaft
  5. V groove pulley
  6. Belt
  7. Bearing
  8. Key

Components:

1. Main frame:

Main frame is constructed with rectangular shape. Material used for main frame is steel. The side edges/plates are welded together to form the frame. The welding of plates provides very rigid joints. Main frame is sealed properly and passages are provided in case of maintenance.

2. Grating disc:

It is the important part of the machine as it grates the coconut. Grating disc arrangement is designed for efficient grating of coconut. Grating disc is manufactured depending upon the application. Grating discs are made with different types of impressions on it.

3. Electric Motor:

For the rotation of grating disc an electric motor is used. Electric motor converts the electrical power into mechanical power required to drive the mechanism.

4. Shaft:

A shaft is a rotating machine element which is used to transmit power from one element to another element. In order to transmit power from shaft to other, various mechanical elements are used such as gears, couplings, belt drives, chain drives, etc. This machine uses two stage speed reduction and hence the shafts used are two.

5. Pulley:

Power transmission through belt pulley arrangement is the simplest method than other elements. There are different types of pulleys according to the type of belt selected. As we have selected V-belt, v groove pulley is used.

6. Belt:

Belts are the flexible links used to transmit the power over considerable distance. The belt should have high flexibility to easily bend while passing over other pulley. Belts are manufactured in the form of long bands and rolled as coils. V-belts are used due to its high efficiency over short distance and slip factor of v-belt is small as compared to other types of belts.

7. Bearing:

Bearing is a machine element that supports another rotating machine element. It permits relative motion between the contact surface of the members while carrying loads. The bearings used are single row deep groove ball bearings.

Automobile Projects | Mechanical Engineering Projects

List of Automobile projects for Automobile Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and diploma students.
Here is the list of Automobile Projects and Mini project topics and we keep updating the list, so keep visiting website for updated list.

1. Interface design in an Automobile glass cockpit environment.
2. An embedded system to assess the automotive shock absorber condition under vehicle operation.
3. Preparing an existing diesel power plant for a wind hybrid retrofit.
4. Design and analysis of large transportable vacuum insulated cryogenic vessel.
5. Kozhikode diesel power project.
6. Thermo-electric air cooling for cars, commercial vehicles.
7. Development and demonstration of a diode laser sensor for a scramjet combustor.
8. Electronic valve actuation in combustion engine.
9. Ride quality and drivability of a typical passenger car subject to engine driveline and road non-uniformaties excitation.
10. Links between subjective assessments and objective metrics for steering.
11. Wind driven mobile charging of Automobile battery.
12. Hybrid Electric vehicle.
13. Air bike.
14. Air compressed car.
15. Collision mitigation brake system.
16. Hydraulic disk brakes.
17. Auto body painting.
18.Solar powered bicycle.
19. Regenerative braking system.
20. Inbuilt hydraulic jack system.
21. Development of a robust igniter for methane fueled SI engine.
22. Understanding the cavity modes of tyres.
23. Off-highway tyre drop testing of titan tyre.
24. Closed loop combustion control for SI engine.
25. Fixtures for light duty and heavy duty injectors and integration, drive setup and validation.
26. Numerical study of post collision angles for multiple impinging jet injectors.
27. Rapid screening with paddle fast pyrolysis systems.
28. Fuze testing capability development.
29. Electrospray from Magneto-Electrostatic instabilities.
30. Multiscale modelling of polymer nano composites.

Mini Project on Robotic Gripper Mechanism

Gripper is a mechanical device which enables us to hold an object to be manipulated. Gripper can be described in much more easier way by thinking its a human hand. Just like fingers of hand, gripper enables us to hold, tighten, release and handle an object. A gripper can be a part of fixed automation system or it may be attached to the robot for performing specific operations.
There are a variety of grippers available in industry.

Operating Principle of Gripper

The opening and closing of fingers of gripper can be actuated either by pivoting or linear/translational movement.
Pivoting Movement : In this movement, the rotation of fingers is concerned with the pivoted points that are fixed for providing opening and closing action. To achieve this movement, it uses linkage mechanism.
Linear/Translational Movement : In this movement, the gripper jaw moves parallel to the gripper body. These grippers are used in most of the applications. These type of grippers are more accurate than other types of grippers.
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Linkage Actuation

Linkage Actuation

The design of linkage actuation helps to find out the conversion of the mechanical gripper's force into the gripping force and the time taken by them to actuate the gripper and maximum capability to open the finger.
There are number of designs available for linkage actuation, some of them are shown in above figure.

Now moving towards the video, we will see how the gripper works. Here we will see, few mechanisms of robotic gripper and their models.

Type 1 gripper :

A cylinder (it can be either hydraulic or pneumatic) attached to the slider (shown in pink color) causes the opening and closing of the gripper and hence permitting it to grasp and release the object.
The slider is connected to the links (shown in yellow color) which forms a slider crank mechanism and thus, is responsible for actuation.

Type 2 gripper :

 In this mechanism, one end of piston of cylinder is attached to rack or say any tooth like mechanical element. This element engages in respective meshing element (here pinion) which is pivoted at one point. As the cylinder actuated, the gripper open and closes as per the motion of the piston. Thus, it creates a parallelogram mechanism.

Type 3 gripper :

In this type of mechanism, a bar is directly connected to the piston of the cylinder responsible for the opening and closing of the gripper.
It is also an example of slider crank mechanism.

Type 4 gripper :

 
   It is quiet similar to the type 3 gripper. Only the change is in design of mechanism.

Design and Fabrication of Bending Machine | Mechanical Engineering Project

Abstract:

The aim of the project is to design and construct a bending machine that will bend different types of jobs. The machine is compact and is portable. The machine is totally made of steel and can be easily carried out at any place, at any time.

Introduction :

We need different types of parts to be bent for different work. The available machines are costly and bulky. However there are some manual machines too but they require too much force to be applied to bend the component. Drawbacks of these machines are lack of accuracy, low productivity and thus resulting severe fatigue in the operator.
This machine is designed based on principle of hydraulic system. Hydraulic load has more power as compared to other types of loads such as electric, pneumatic, etc. By considering product quality, different types of materials are studied and implemented on the parts of the machine making machine more reliable.
There are different types of bending machines. They are classified as belows:
  • Bar bending
  • Channel Bending
  • Rod/ pipe bending
  • Square bending
Rod/pipe Bending : The most famous forming roller method for bending is recommended for all large bends, where centreline radius is at least 4 times the OD of tube. This type can be successfully employed for bending pipes of or heavy wall tubing to smaller radius.
 Circle Bending: This operation is involved with the fact of "spring back" action of some materials after being formed. It is often necessary to use a radius collar which will be having smaller diameter than that of the circle required for its compensation. Actual size can be determined by doing experiments, as "spring back" varies with different materials.
Channel Bending: The same general bending rules which cover forming of channel with "flanges out" also apply when it is formed with "flanges in". Since it is necessary to compress the flanges as they bend inwards, the operation shown below requires more bending pressure than when forming with "flanges out" and it is recommended that the largest possible radius be used to allow for compression of the material.

Construction of Bending Machine:

The bending machine consist of a hydraulic jack, bending pulley, supporting pulleys, frames, springs, frames, etc. Frame structure is fabricated by using MS angles.
Hydraulic Jack: A hydraulic jack with a semi-circular pulley at its front end is fixed on the frame in between two pulleys and below it by calculating the working distance. There is a provision for adjustment of the jack so that any type of shape and curvature can be achieved.
Frame: A flat platform is formed on the top of base structure. Two mounting points are fixed on this platform. During working of the machine, these points are exposed to high lateral force. Hence these mounting points are kept robust. Different diameters of removable pulleys are located in those mounting points. Here you have to note one thing that, diameter of the pulley changes with change in bend radius.
Supporting Pulleys: Depending upon the cross section of the material, the peripheral cross sectional area of the supporting pulleys is kept same. Depending upon the application, the size and shape of pulleys changes.
Springs: Quick retraction springs are attached at the front end of the jack for fast and easy retraction of the jack. The springs are designed such that they do not add any additional pressure for vertical movement of the jack.

Working of Bending Machine: 

The job (say pipe) is inserted in between the supporting pulleys and bending pulley attached to the hydraulic jack as shown in figure. When all the parameters of bending are set, hydraulic jack is operated to achieve required bend. Thus the pipe is bend and your product is ready for its next operations. As explained above, we need different diameters of pulleys for different bend radius.

Applications:

Bending machine has many applications in fabrication, automobile industry, etc. 

Mini Project on Conversion of two way linear motion into one way rotation

Hello friends, we are back again with one more mini project. We hope you have gone through all previous mini projects,seminars and projects.
Moving towards the subject, in this post we are going to show you how linear motion is being converted into rotational motion. Basically, for conversion of linear motion into rotational motion different types of linkages/mechanisms are used and rack & pinion is one of the famous mechanism used for such conversions.
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Mini Project on Conversion of two way linear motion into one way rotation
The mechanism consist of two rack gears fixed at two ends and a pinion pair engaged in the tooth of both rack. There is also a gear pair having buttress threads on it and their corresponding rollers which restricts backward motion. All the gears i.e. spur gears and buttress tooth gears are mounted on same shaft.
When the rack moves forward or backward, its linear motion is converted into rotary motion by pinion. This rotary motion of pinion is transferred to further mechanism through shaft on which it has been mounted.
Here you have to note one thing that, rack and pinion gear only converts linear motion into rotary motion, and it does not reduce the speed as its gear ratio is always 1.
Have a look at the video, how Conversion of two way linear motion into one way rotation works.

Solar Aluminium Tubular Air Heater | B.E. Mechanical Engineering Project

B.E. Mechanical Engineering Projects

Solar Aluminium Tubular Air Heater

As fossil fuels are depleting very fastly from this world, there is need to preserve these resources and  make use of renewable energy resources like solar energy.
This demand has been sufficed by many, especially those in developing countries. 
The heat pump laboratory has solar collectors where different experiments are going on.Solar Aluminium Tubular Air Heater is an integral part of the research work that is going on. It has been developed by introducing many important modifications on the previous model of the same but 5 meters square area. The main purpose behind these is to get the cost-efficient system in terms of cost, weight and higher efficiency. 
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The concerned solar collector aims to important efficiency of about 75% with the temperatures attainable  up to 120 degC. This can be used for drying or heating purpose.
The objective of this project is to find pressure drop which has to be minimum so that it accounts for minimum losses and hence becomes more cost efficient. Low weight, reduced material loss and higher efficiency are the desired outcomes of this model. The pressure drop reduced has been compared with the pressure of the previous model and calculations are checked with MATLAB.

Methodology

So many literatures on solar collectors are studied and the informations gathered from the literatures was used for testing of different types of models. This was done with the help of pressure calculations.  Using pressure drop formula for laminar and turbulent flow pressure drop across the collector, with the help of MATLAB and finding rate through blower fans attached. The pressure is calculated by using Darcy's formula depending upon the Reynold's number, deciding the nature of air flow.
Along with the pressure losses due to friction, major losses like entry/exit losses, sudden expansion have been noted. Hence we get a reduced value of 17.48 mm of water pressure drop across the collector.
MATLAB software has been used to calculate the pressure drop between any two points on the system. This software has many applications like performing, documenting and sharing all the calculations and the design work. 
Solar energy has one thing that have remained an intrigued topic since days of yore. Using heat transfer and fluid mechanics concept, we have explored to find the desired outcome model. The conventional source of energy are fast depleting and this leads us to use of non-conventional sources of energy like solar energy.
The idea projected here to prepare the collector is to ensure the cost efficiency of the system which implies low cost model and low weight model that saves the energy and provide optimum usable energy.

Conclusion

A low cost and low weight but higher efficiency build Solar Aluminium Tubular Air Heater is developed at the heat pump laboratory at IIT Bombay. This roof solar collector can be used for various applications like agro produce drying, drying of wood in timber processing, pulp industry and detergent powder industry, room heating in cold regions, cloth drying in laundries, etc.
It also can be used in pasteurizing, drying, beaching, pickling.

Future Scope

As non-renewable resources are depleting fast or the demand of alternate energy sources like renewable source such as solar energy are slowly establishing their network, there is nothing to defy the fact that the solar energy holds good potential in present arena as well as future to conserve the energy and convert it into usable form. Hence, future awaits for technology blending with solar energy and giving much more innovative and cost effective solar collectors.

Introduction to Regenerative Braking System

Introduction to Regenerative Braking System


When we press brake pedal of our vehicle to stop or reduce the speed of it at that time kinetic energy available at wheel is converted into heat and that heat is dissipated into atmosphere.So near about 20-25% of energy is lost at brake.We are trying to recover that energy by using regenerative braking system
.
In regenerative braking system there are mainly three extra components are added in vehicle as motor, planetary gear box ,battery. Planetary gearbox is attached at rear axle of vehicle.sun gear is mounted on main axle which rotates continuously which also rotates planetary gears and arm,at the same time ring gear remains constant.when we press brake pedal at that time brake shoe restrict the motion of arm which restrict the motion of planet gears and gives rotation to ring gear.ring gear is connected to motor which is also act as generator.


Regenerative Braking System
Regenerative Braking System.


At the time of starting vehicle uses power from both I C engine as well as battery as it required more power but when it moves on plane road at that time vehicle doesn't required that much amount of power so power from battery is cut off ;when we press brake pedal at that time by using clutch we disconnect engine power and recapturing kinetic energy from wheels and storing it into battery.

Study of Machining Processes using MQL system | Seminar Presentation

Introduction :

Machining is the wide spread metal shaping process, it consist rapid wear rate of cutting tools due to high cutting temperature generated during the process. Thus effective control of the heat generated during machining is essential to ensure good workpiece quality. Different cutting fluids are applied to avoid the problem; however conventional cutting fluids are restricted due to their harmful health and environmental impacts.
The necessity to machine using less harmful cutting fluids has led the researchers to develop new cutting fluids which are less harm and the result of the investigation came up with a new system called Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL).
Minimum Quantity Lubrication refers to use the small amount of cutting fluid, typically in order of 500 ml/hr or less than that which is about 10,000 times less than that of conventional cutting fluids.

 
Use of MQL system in various machining processes
Use of MQL system in various machining processes

Purpose :

The purpose of studying the various machining processes using MQL system is to:
  • Easily available and low cost technology.
  • Need of such improved system in this generation.
  • Develop technical skills.
  • Improve machining characteristics.
  • Utilize natural resources in lubrication field.
  • Provide pollution free lubricants for the industries.

Types of Lubrication :

Basically, there are three types of lubrication systems.
One is Flooded type, second is dry machining and third one is Minimum Quantity Lubrication.

1.Flooded type :

Flooded type of lubrication system is what we see regularly in our industries. In flooded type of lubricating system, large amount of cutting fluid is subjected towards the workpiece for its cooling action.

2. Dry lubrication:

Dry lubrication is the lubrication in which use of cutting oil is totally prohibited. This type of lubrication is generally used where Material Removal rate is very less.

3. Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL):

As discussed earlier, this lubrication technique uses much less amount of cutting fluid as compared to conventional system.

What is MQL ?

MQL is the process of providing lubricant in various machining processes in minimum quantity.
Use of lubricating fluid is reduced up to 10,000 times than the conventional lubricating process.
The interface between tool and workpiece is coated with high quality of lubricant that is delivered in atomized spray to achieve lubrication properties.
Lubrication is achieved by use of oil while the cooling action is achieved by use of pressurized air.

Types of MQL :

Basically there are two types of MQL systems
One is External system and other is Through tool.
In external system, the lubricant is provided externally while in through tool system, lubricant is provided through the tool.
Though tool system is again classified into 1-channel and multi-channel.

MQL in Grinding Operation:

Grinding is metal cutting and surface finishing process. High heat evolved during grinding process causes the thermal deformation, residual stresses and micro cracks to generate on the workpiece.
To overcome these defects proper cooling and lubrication system has to adopt.
Use of MQL reduced the tangential forces, the cutting edges of the grinding wheels were observed to remain sharp.

MQL in Milling Operation :

Milling is the process of removing the material using rotary cutters.
The effects of depth of cut, feed rate and cutting speed were studied for the surface finish
From the experimental results, it was concluded that MQL system shows better results as compared to dry and wet machining processes.

MQL in Turning Operation :

Turnoing is a machining process in which non-rotary cutting tool describes helical tool path while the workpiece rotates.
The effects of depth of cut, feed rate and cutting speed were studied for the tool wear and surface finish.
MRR observed in was higher in MQL as compared to other lubricating processes.

Advantages :

  • The process is friendlily.
  • Minimum volme of cooling lubricant is required.
  • Increased cutting speed.
  • Improved chip evacuation.
  • Clean in opeation.
  • Easy to transport

 Disadvantages :

  • High initial cost.
  • High maintenance
  • Sepetaed system is requierd.

 Conclusion :

Tool wear is reduced which enhanced the tool life.
Surface finish improved mainly due to reduction of wear and damage at the tool tip by application of MQL.
MQL system can be applied efficiently over other lubricating systems.

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Design And Developement Project Ideas

In last post we have seen Automobile Engineering Project Ideas. Now moving further ahead, we are looking for more project ideas that people are demanding. As per the request of many users, we have decided to post on project ideas that are related to the Design and Development. So let us talk about some Design and Development project ideas.

1.The Study of Flow Condition of Air Jet Weaving Machine.

The purpose of this is to model the air flow of the weft insertion of air jet weaving machines that makes a series of laboratory measurements. Also to create a mathematical function which determines the speed of weft insertion flow without industrial measurement.
Source : Obuda University
Authors : Istvan Patko, Lorant Szabo.

2. Fabrication of Mini Cooling Tower.

In this project, heat is removed from the substance under various controlled conditions. As we all know cooling towers are the most important parts of various chemical plants. The main function of the cooling tower is to reject the heat from it to the atmosphere.
The make-up water is used to replenish the water lost to the evaporation. The hot water from the heat exchangers is sent to the cooling tower. This water exits from the cooling tower and the water is sent back to the heat exchanger and other units for further cooling.

3. Design of Automatic Operated Packaging Machine.

Todays need of Industry is to increase the production within less time and low cost. Considering this point, we came towards a project on an automated packaging machine that is mostly required in various industries. As it is series of repeated action of motions, this system can be automated and applied with high efficiency. Referring the various research papers and journals, some modifications were done on the old machines that resulted fast in operation. Also the new machine was more efficient than the previous one.

4. Design and Construction of Passenger Hovercraft.

Basically hovercraft is a vehicle that travels on the cushion of air trapped under the body to lift. e.g. quad-copter, multi-copter, etc.
Air cushion vehicles can attain higher speeds than the ships or land vehicles because they are subjected to lower frictional forces and thus use much less power.
For a hovercraft, there are three main design groups : Thrust, Lift and Steering System.

5. Design of a foot for a Humanoid.

The aim of this project is to design a new mechanism of a foot for a humanoid.
This project has been done in the collaboration with research center The Cognition and Interaction Lab (COIN) at school of humanity and informatics of the University of Skovde. At first, human foot was studied and an overview was taken about how they work.
A new mechanism was developed using three pneumatic cylinders and was designed in 3D in CAD/CAM software.

Introduction to MQL

Various conventional cutting fluids used for different machining processes are considered to be hazardous for environment as well as human beings as they causes severe effects. There are many commercially available cutting fluids that contain organic sulphur, chlorine, nitrite etc that are harmful to human body and environment. Toxicity of cutting fluids causes harm to the human body, machine tools working environment etc.
The environmental pollution resulted from cutting fluid include following two aspects :
1. Volatization, the erratic leakage, spatter of cutting fluid during the cutting process lead to a drastic environmental deterioration and severely affect the safety of production.
2. Mineral oil based cutting fluid has poor biodegradability, and will remain in water and soil for a long time, which causes contamination to lakes, rivers, oceans and underground water and hence aquatic life completely distracts.
This has lead the researchers to develop new cutting fluids/ new techniques that will overcome the disadvantages of conventional cutting fluids. In response to this, researchers have developed a new lubrication system called Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL).

What is MQL ?

MQL stands for Minimum Quantity Lubrication. It is also known as NDM which stands for Near Dry Machining. As the name suggests, in MQL system very low amount of lubricant oil is used for lubrication.
In MQL system, lubricating oil used is 10,000 times less that the conventional lubricating system. From this, you will get that the use of lubricating oil used in MQL system is reduced to too much low amount.
It is also called as Near Dry Machining because the chips formed after machining process contains very much low amount of lubricating oil in it. Hence it reduces the recycling cost of the chips and also gives good quality of chips improving the surface finish of the workpiece.
In MQL system, the interface between the tool and the workpiece is coated with high quality lubricating oil which is delivered with high atomized spray. Hence during machining process, the heat generated is mostly carried away by the chip formed increasing the tool life, surface finish, chip thickness etc.
Various experiments were carried out to compare the study of Conventional lubrication system and MQL. The results showed that the surface finish obtained by use of MQL system was comparatively better than the conventional lubricating system.
It also improved the tool life by using high quality lubricating oil which reduced the cutting temperature during machining operations.

Advantages of MQL System :

  • MQL system is environmental friendly lubricating system.
  • Minimum volume of lubricating oil is used.
  • Increased cutting speed.
  • Improved chip evacuation.
  • No disposal and recycling of lubricating oil is required.
  • It is more efficient as compared to conventional lubrication system.
  • Most important, it is clean in operation, i.e. unlike flooding type lubrication technique, this system maintains cleanliness in workshop.

Automobile Engineering Project Ideas

Instead of writing some introduction, we will directly turn to our main subject that is Project Ideas for Automobile Engineering.

Here are all the topics :
1. Lubrication system for mopeds.
2. Pollution control through SI Engine.
3. Biogas purification for CI Engine.
4. Design and fabrication of valve lapping machine.
5. Portable water servicing pump.
6. Electro-pneumatic clutch controlling system.
7. Gas injected spark ignition engine.
8. Designing of brake lock for hydraulic brake system.
9.Solar electric vehicle.
10. Smart infrared proximity detector.
11.Intelligent overtaking mechanism.
12. Self locking mechanism for reverse motion.
13. Cotton seed oil as an alternative fuel for CI Engine.
14. Digital rural bus stand.
15. Accident prevention mechanism in vehicles.
16. Optical valve timing encoder.
20. Design and fabrication of four seated car.
21. Automated gear shifting mechanism.
22. Study on noise reduction from CI Engine.
23. Experimental setup to study Gyroscopic couple due to processional motion.
24. Brake performance electronic tester.
25. Hinged jack.
26. Automatic vehicle monitoring and control.
27. Tyre pressure auto governing system.
28. Hovercraft.
29. Safety feature in automobile.
30. Soalr water disteller for rural areas

Interesting Courses for Engineering Students

Interesting Courses for Engineering Students

Interesting Courses for Engineering (B.E./B.Tech) Students






Day by day Engineering field is growing and new technology is coming to us. Students, experts, scientist and etc .... are taking effort to invent as much as things possible. But still many students do not know about the courses and what can they do in their respective fields.
For such students I m posting here some Interesting courses for Engineering students i.e. students doing B.E./B.Tech :
PS : I m posting here those courses that I know, you can also tell me to add any courses if you know. Most of the courses posted here are related to Mechanical Engineering.

  • Introduction to Propulsion system
  • Satellite engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • The engineer of 2020
  • Introduction to Aerospace Engineering and Design
  • Astrodynamics
  • Design of electromechanical Robotic System
  • Renewable energy
  • Nanotechnology in Energy
  • Rocket Propulsion
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Submarine Technology
  • Nuclear Power Technology
  • Applied Nuclear Physics
  • Biometrics-Mechanics
  • Bio-inspired structures
  • Computing and data-Analysis for environmental applications
  • Signals and systems
  • VLSI/VVLSI
  • Bio mechanics
  • SQC-Statistical Quality Control
  • Great ideas in theoretical computation
  • Fluid Mechanics - Tsunamis and disaster
  • Microelectronic devices and circuits
  • Computational Biotechnology
  • Micro/Nano processing technology
  • Network and computer security
  •  Organic Optoelectronics
  • Mechatronics and Robotics
  • Fields, Forces and flows in Biological systems

Please contribute your knowledge and tell us more courses as far as you know.