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Mechanical Engineering

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About Course

Vision of the Department

To become a nationwide recognised department for research oriented quality technical education inline with emerging trends and evolving demands of society

Mission of the Department

The mission of mechanical engineering department includes:

  1. To embrace excellent teaching learning techniques to provide practical quality education that is commensurate with the emerging trends and industry demands.
  2. To promote research in interdisciplinary areas by forging collaborations with global industries and establishing state-of-the-art research facilities in order to develop among students innovative and creative capabilities.
  3. To mentor and guide young technocrats and inculcate them with the spirit of entrepreneurship alongwith ethics, values and eco-sensitivity.

 

Dr. Sidharth Jain
Head - Department of Mechanical Engineering
M.I.E.T, Meerut

Welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at, M.I.E.T, Meerut. Over the last two decades, we have grown our expertise and competence in the core Mechanical Engineering curriculum. The primary focus of our curriculum is to impart technical know-how to students, promote their problem-solving skills and innovation of new technologies. The students are encouraged to undertake various research projects.
A We have state of the art research facilities in the constitution with industry to support our academic programs. Our department has a distinguished record in both teaching and research. Faculty members have excellent academic credentials and are highly regarded.

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering, the foundation of Engineers, strives for increasing the knowledge, critical thinking and effective implementation of “Project Based Learning” for the betterment of the ever changing society through students. We always intend for the best Teaching Learning Practice with Effective Project Based Learning through highly competent faculty.

 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

After five years from completion of graduation, the student will: 

  1. Pursue career as practicing mechanical engineer in core mechanical or allied industries worldwide.
  2. Meet the expectations of modern industries for catering the proliferating demand and rising quality standards.
  3. Become a responsible engineer capable of conducting sustainable, environment-friendly, innovative research and development in  advanced domains.
  4. Serve the society better by practicing professional leadership roles with a commitment to lifelong learning.
  5. Become a person with a strong will and attitude to excel through the challenges in all walks of life.

 

List of Program Outcomes (POs)

PO 1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4 Conduct investigation of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and multidisciplinary environments.
PO12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1 Implement the concepts of mechanical engineering for generating innovative ideas on design, development and analysis.
PSO 2 Develop solutions for engineering problems through multi-disciplinary concepts of Industrial automation and Industry 4.0.
PSO 3 Work independently as a professional or entrepreneur in research and industrial environment.

Course Outcomes (Session: 2020-21)

Second Year

Electronics Engineering (KOE 038)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Acquire basic knowledge of working principles & parameters related to electronic devices like Diode, Special Purpose Diodes, BJT, FET, OP-AMP based circuits etc.
  2. Understand the purpose and working of power supplies, measuring instruments like DVM, DMM, CRO and DSO and to measure various parameters with the help of them.
  3. Apply the working of diode based electronic circuits, Rectifier, Clamper, Clipper, Multiplier, and Amplifier etc. and to test different small electronic circuits.
  4. Apply OP-AMP principles to design different applications like adder, sub tractor, integrator, and differentiator etc.
Technical Communication (KAS 301)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the fundamentals of all modes of technical communication along with their elements, dimensions, and flow.
  2. Understand to write pragmatic and impactful reports, research papers, technical proposals and resumes.
  3. Understand public speaking strategies, techniques and their different styles.
  4. Grasp the essentials of interviews & group discussions and skills required to face them confidently
  5. Comprehend the grammatical and oral aspects of the English language as an effective tool of communication
Thermodynamics (KME 301)
  1. Understand the basic concepts of thermodynamics, psychometric and refrigeration.
  2. Understand the basic laws of thermodynamics and their corollaries.
  3. Understand the behaviour of pure substances and various phase diagram 
  4. Understand the working of Rankin power and various refrigeration cycles.
  5. Apply the basic laws of thermodynamics for the different processes in open and closed systems.
  6. Apply the basic laws of thermodynamics to calculate the performance of power and refrigeration cycles.
Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines (KME302)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the concept of fluid, types of fluid flow, boundary layer and minor losses.
  2. Understand the concept of mass, momentum and energy equations in fluid flow systems.
  3. Apply dimensional analysis to predict physical parameters that influence flow in fluid mechanics.
  4. Apply the concept of Impact of jet on Impulse turbine and reaction turbine.
  5. Apply the concept centrifugal force on centrifugal pump and reciprocating action on reciprocating pump.
Materials Engineering (KME 303)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand crystallographic structure and mechanism of deformation in materials.
  2. Understand the principles of phase evolution and development of binary Iron-Iron Carbide phase diagram.
  3. Understand the chemical composition, properties and applications of commercial ferrous
  4. Understand heat treatment processes for altering the properties of plain carbon steels.
  5. Apply theories of static and dynamic failure with consideration of fracture mechanics and NDT techniques.
Python Programming (KNC 302)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the concept of python programming
  2. Apply the concept of conditions, loops and data structures in python program
  3. Apply the concept of functions, modules, recursion through python program
  4. Apply the concept of abstract data type, exception handling and file handling through python program
  5. Apply the concept of searching, sorting and merging through python program
Applied Thermodynamics (KME 401)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the various types of fuels, their properties and combustion process
  2. Understand construction and working of various components used in power generation system.
  3. Understand the working of different power cycles and jet propulsion.
  4. Apply the basic laws to calculate performance parameters of different power cycles.
  5. Apply the basic laws of thermodynamics to nozzles and turbine.
  6. Analyse the various processes and cycles of power generation system.
Engineering Mechanics (KME 402)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understanding the force sytem, Moment of the force and couple.
  2. Understanding the reaction, shear force, bending moment acting on a beam and truss element.
  3. Apply center of gravity, center of Mass,Centroid and monent of inertia of curves, areas and volume.
  4. Apply Force, Moment, Couple, Reaction, Shear force and Bending Moment on Beam and Truss element.
  5. Apply the kinematics/kinetics of rigid bodies and friction.
  6. Apply stress, strain on different element member, Bending of beam and Torsion of circular section or member.
Manufacturing Process (KME 403)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the basic concepts of metal casting, forming and powder metallurgy.
  2. Explain the causes of defects in metal casting and forming processes.
  3. Explain the mechanics of chip formation, cutting tool geometry and working of machine tools for different finishing
  4. Understand the various conventional welding processes, welding defects and formation & control of Heat Affected Zone.
  5. Understand the principles of operation of unconventional metal cutting processes.
  6. Apply the concepts of metal cutting to determine relationship among cutting forces, power required and tool life.
Computer System Security (KNCS401)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the basic Concepts of Computer System Security & Hijacking
  2. Understand the basics of security approaches.
  3. Understand basics of Architectures Principles and Web Security Issues.
  4. Understand various protocols to establish TCP/IP connections.
  5. Apply the concepts of Cryptography Techniques and Digital Signature using keys.
Universal Human Values (KVE 401)

The Students will be able to

  1. UNDERSTAND about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
  2. APPLY the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
  3. ANALYZE about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevance of nature.
  4. EVALUATE their participation (Thought, Behaviour, Work, and Realization) at all the four levels of living.
  5. DEVELOP their emotional, social and professional competence.
Maths IV (KAS 402)

The Students will be able to

  1. Apply the concept of partial differential equation and to solve partial differential equations
  2. Apply the concept of partial differential equations to solve the wave and heat equations in one and two dimensions.
  3. Apply the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting
  4. Apply the concept of probability to evaluate probability distributions
  5. Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical quality control to create control charts

Third Year

Heat and Mass Transfer (KME 501) 

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the fundamentals of heat and mass transfer
  2. Apply the concept of steady and transient heat conduction
  3. Apply the concept of thermal behaviour of fins.
  4. Apply the concept of forced and free convection.
  5. Apply the concept of radiation for black and non?black bodies.
  6. Conduct thermal analysis of heat exchangers.
Strength of Material (KME 502)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the concept of stress and strain under different conditions of loading
  2. Determine the principal stresses and strains in structural members
  3. Determine the stresses and strains in the members subjected to axial, bending and torsional loads
  4. Apply the concepts of stresses and strain in solving problems related to springs, column and pressure vessels
  5. Calculate the slope, deflection and buckling of loaded members
  6. Analyse the stresses developed in straight and curved beams of different cross sections
Industrial Engineering (KME 503)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the concept of production system, productivity, facility and process planning in various industries
  2. Apply the various forecasting and project management techniques
  3. Apply the concept of break?even analysis, inventory control and resource utilization using queuing theory
  4. Apply principles of work study and ergonomics for design of work systems
  5. Formulate mathematical models for optimal solution of industrial problems using linear programming approach
Elective I: Computer Integrated Manufacturing (KME 051)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic concepts of automation, computer numeric control machining
  2. Understand the algorithms of line generation, circle generation, transformation, curve, surface modelling and solid modelling
  3. Understand group technology, computer aided process planning, flexible manufacturing, Industry 4.0, robotics
  4. Understand information system and material handling in CIM environment, rapid prototyping
  5. Apply the algorithms of line & circle generation and geometric transformations
  6. Develop CNC program for simple operations
Elective I: Mechatronics Systems (KME 052)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Identify key elements of mechatronics and its representation by block diagram
  2. Understand the concept of sensor and use of interfacing systems
  3. Understand the concept and applications of different actuators
  4. Illustrate various applications of mechatronic systems
  5. Develop PLC ladder programming and implementation in real life problem
Elective I: Finite Element Methods (KME 053)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic concepts of FEM and its applications.
  2. Apply the procedure involved to solve a problem using Finite Element Methods.
  3. Develop the element stiffness matrices using different approach.
  4. Analyze 1D and 2D problem using different methods.
  5. Analyze the complex geometric problems through FEM software packages.
Elective I: IC Engine Fuel and Lubrication (KME 054)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Explain the working principle, performance parameters and testing of IC Engine.
  2. Understand the combustion phenomena in SI and CI engines and factors influencing combustion chamber design.
  3. Understand the essential systems of IC engine fuel and lubricant and latest trends and developments in IC Engines.
  4. Understand the effect of engine emissions on environment and human health and methods of reducing it.
  5. Apply the concepts of thermodynamics to air standard cycle in IC Engines
  6. Analyze the effect of various operating parameters on IC engine performance.
Elective I: Automobile Engines & Combustion (KAU 051)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic concepts of automation, computer numeric control machining
  2. Understand the algorithms of line generation, circle generation, transformation, curve, surface modelling and solid modelling
  3. Understand group technology, computer aided process planning, flexible manufacturing, Industry 4.0, robotics
  4. Understand information system and material handling in CIM environment, rapid prototyping
  5. Apply the algorithms of line & circle generation and geometric transformations
  6. Develop CNC program for simple operations
Elective II: Advance welding (KME 055)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the physics of arc welding process and various operating characteristics of welding power sources.
  2. Relate various welding processes with their applications.
  3. Apply the knowledge of welding for repair & maintenance, along with the weldability of different materials
  4. Apply the concept of quality control and testing of weldments in industrial environment.
  5. Evaluate heat flow in welding and physical metallurgy of weldments.
Elective II: Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms Using Python (KME 056)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic of python, in-built function and different data type such as strings, list, set, tuples, and dictionaries
  2. Apply conditional statement and loop in python
  3. Apply searching and shorting algorithm in python
  4. Apply function, raising exception and file handling technique in python
  5. Apply techniques of Classes and Object Concept in Python
  6. Apply the concept of dynamic and memorization programming in Python
Elective II: Mechanical Vibrations (KME 057)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand fundamentals of mechanical vibrations along with their classification.
  2. Differentiate among single, two and multiple degree of freedom (DOF) systems.
  3. Analyze, predict and measure the performance of systems undergoing single, two and multiple DOF
  4. Design systems with optimized vibration absorption capabilities.
  5. Apply the fundamentals to the real life problems like whirling of shaft
  6. Solve complicated mathematical models using Numerical methods and software applications.
Elective II: Fuels and Combustion (KME 058)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the properties of different types of fuel with their application.
  2. Classify different types of fuels.
  3. Understand the concept of combustion.
  4. Understand the working of different combustion equipment.
  5. Understand the fundamental concept of air pollution and its control
  6. Calculate various properties of the fuels and analyze the flue gases.
Elective II: Automotive chassis and suspension (KAU 052)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand different types of automotive chassis and frames used in automobiles.
  2. Understand transmission and drive line components used in automobile.
  3. Understand the axles and types of steering system in automobile.
  4. Understand the constructional features of barking, suspension system, wheels and tyres in automobile application.
  5. Understand the recent advancements made in chassis components of automobile.
  6. Apply the concepts of braking and steering system to design the same for automobile application.
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA (KNC 501)

The Students will be able to:

  1. To understand the basic features and modalities of the Indian constitution
  2. To differentiate and relate the functioning of the Indian parliamentary system at the National and State levels.
  3. To differentiate different aspects of the Indian Legal System and its related bodies
  4. To discuss and apply different laws and regulations related to engineering practices
  5. To understand the role of engineers in different organizations and e-governance.
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (KME 601)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basics concepts of Refrigeration & Air?Conditioning and its future prospects.
  2. Explain the construction and working of various components in Refrigeration & Air?Conditioning systems.
  3. Understand the different types of RAC systems with their respective applications.
  4. Apply the basic laws to the thermodynamic analysis of different processes involved in Refrigeration and Air?Conditioning.
  5. Apply the basic concepts to calculate the COP and other performance parameters for different RAC systems
  6. Analyze the effects of performance parameters on COP.
Machine Design (KME-602)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Recall the basic concepts of Solid Mechanics to understand the subject.
  2. Classify various machine elements based on their functions and applications.
  3. Apply the principles of solid mechanics to machine elements subjected to static and fluctuating loads.
  4. Analyze forces, bending moments, twisting moments and failure causes in various machine elements to be designed.
  5. Design the machine elements to meet the required specification.
Theory of Machines KME 603

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the principles of kinematics and dynamics of machines.
  2. Calculate the velocity and acceleration for 4?bar and slider crank mechanism
  3. Develop cam profile for followers executing various types of motions
  4. Apply the concept of gear, gear train and flywheel for power transmission
  5. Apply dynamic force analysis for slider crank mechanism and balance rotating & reciprocating masses in machines.
  6. Apply the concepts of gyroscope, governors in fluctuation of load and brake & dynamometer in power transmission.
 Elective – III: Non-destructive Testing KME 061

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the concept of destructive and Non?destructive testing methods.
  2. Explain the working principle and application of die penetrant test and magnetic particle inspection.
  3. Understand the working principle of eddy current inspection.
  4. Apply radiographic techniques for testing.
  5. Apply the principle of Ultrasonic testing and applications in medical and engineering areas.
 Elective – III: Artificial Intelligence KME 062

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand concepts of Artificial Intelligence
  2. Solve problem by Search?I & Search?II.
  3. Understand Knowledge representation.
  4. Apply concepts of Learning methods.
  5. Analyse Decision Networks.
  6. Build planning graphs.
 Elective – III: Tribology KME 063

The Students will be able to:

  1. Identify and explain various friction and wear mechanisms.
  2. Select proper lubricants for different applications.
  3. Select suitable lubrication methods in different bearings.
  4. Study the surfaces coating techniques for reduction of wear.
  5. Analyze the impact of friction in various kinematic pairs.
 Elective – III: Automotive Electrical and Electronics KAU 061

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic concepts of electrical systems used in automobile.
  2. Understand the constructional features of charge storage devices and methods to test these devices for their healthy operation.
  3. Understand the principles and characteristics of charging and starting system of automobile and study the various faults occurring in system.
  4. Understand the ignition and auxiliary system? types & constructional features used in automobile.
  5. Describe the principles and architecture of electronics systems and its components present in an automobile related to data transfer, instrumentation, control, and security systems.
  6. Understand latest trends developed in electrical and electronic systems of automobile and their advantages over conventional technologies.

Fourth Year

Understanding the Human Being Comprehensively – Human Aspirations and its Fulfilment (ROE074)

The Students will be able to:

  1. To help the students to understand the basic human aspirations and their fulfillment in the light of resolution
  2. To facilitate the competence of the students to understand the harmony of the human being in nature or existence.
  3. To help the students to understand the activities and potentialities of the self and reasons for harmony or contradiction in the self itself.
  4. To define the process of inner evolution, specifically awakening to activities of the Self: Realization, Understanding and Contemplation in the Self
  5. To help the students to understand different aspects of All-encompassing Resolution, leading to harmony at all levels from self to Nature and entire Existence.
Operations Research (RME-075)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the basic concept of Operation Research and modelling of a real life problem within given constraints.
  2. Apply the concept of inventory & Simulation (Monte Carlo) in industry.
  3. Apply the concept of queuing models & Network Techniques in project management.
  4. Apply the concept of Sequencing and theory of games in real life problems.
  5. Evaluate the optimal solution of transportation and assignment problems. 
  6. Evaluate the optimal solution of LPP problem by simplex and Big-M method. 
Power Plant Engineering (RME071)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the different sources of power generation and their impact on environment.
  2. Understand the elements of power generation based on fossil fuels.
  3. Understand the elements of power generation based on nuclear fuel and renewable energy sources.
  4. Understand different electrical systems and pollution control techniques.
  5. Apply the basic concepts of thermodynamics to measure the performance of different power plants.
  6. Determine the performance and cost estimation of power plants based on load variations.
CAD/CAM (RME701)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the basic terminologies and concepts of computer graphics, line generation, geometric transformation, curves and surfaces.
  2. Understand the basic concepts of graphics standard and data storage and finite element method
  3. Understand the various aspects of automated manufacturing systems, robotics, flexible manufacturing system and rapid prototyping.
  4. Apply the algorithms to generate line, circle, geometric transformations, simple curves, sufaces and solids.
  5. Apply FEM to 1-D problems using spring, bar, truss and beam elements.
  6. Apply NC part programming techniques for drilling, turning and milling operations.
Automobile Engineering (RME702)
  1. Understand construction and working of undercarriage components of an automobile.
  2. Discuss electrical and electronic components of an automobile.
  3. Understand fuel supply systems of petrol and diesel vehicles.
  4. Understand recent development trends in automobiles.
  5. Understand procedure and importance of maintenace in automobile.
  6. Apply concepts of automobile engineering for calculating different parameters of forces, gear ratio and steering mechanisms.
Advance Welding (RME081)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand the physics of arc welding process and various operating characteristics of welding power source.
  2. Explain the effect of process parameters for control of HAZ and weld distortion.
  3. Understand various welding processes and their applications.
  4. Apply the concepts of welding technology for repair & maintenance, along with the weldability of different materials.
  5. Apply the concepts of welding technology for weld design, inspection and testing of welds.
Total Quality Management (RME085)

The Students will be able to

  1. Explain Quality control & its role in design, manufacturing and procurement.
  2. Understand quality management and factors affecting the quality.
  3. Understand global quality standards and benchmarks.
  4. Apply the concept of reliability.
  5. Apply various tools for statistical quality control (SQC). 
  6. Apply statistical techniques for industrial quality control.
Renewable Energy Resources (ROE086)
  1. The Students will be able to
  2. Understand the basic of concept of solar cell
  3. Express the basic of concept of Solar Thermal Energy
  4. Compare the concept of Geothermal Energy , Magneto-hydrodynamics (MHD) and fuel cell
  5. Outline the basic of concept of Wind Energy
  6. Explain the basic of concept of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), Wave and Tidal Wave.

Faculty

faculty
Dr. Yogendra Mohan Agarwal
Designation Professor
Graduation B.Tech.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.Tech.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 28 years
Research experience 05 years
Industrial experience 02 years
Email id yogendra.agarwal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production, Quality control
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faculty
Dr. Suneel Kumar Kalla
Designation Professor
Graduation B.E (MECHANICAL ENGG. NIT Srinagar)
Post graduation M.TECH ( IIT Delhi)
Doctorate Ph.D (JMI Delhi)
Teaching experience 22 Years
Research Experience 6 Years
Industrial Experience 14 Years
Email id suneel.kalla@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Alternative Refrigerants
More Details 12 research papers including 4 Scopus indexed
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faculty
Mr.PIYUSH GUPTA
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.E.(Mech..Engg.)(NAGPUR UNIVERSITY.)
Post graduation M.TECH (UPTU CAMPUS LUCKNOW)
Doctorate Pursuing (DCRUST SONIPAT) THERMAL ENGG.
Teaching experience 19 Years
Industrial experience 2 Years
Research experience 5 Years
Email id PIYUSH.GUPTA@MIET.AC.IN
Area of interest FLUID ENGINEERING
More Details 5 Papers in International Journals/Conferences of repute
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faculty
Dr. Sidharth Jain
Designation Professor and Head
Graduation B.E(Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.E (Production Engineering)
Doctorate Ph.D(IIT Roorkee)
Teaching experience 13 Years
Research experience 05 years
Industrial experience 05 years
Email id sidhartha.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production, Material Science
More Details Research Grant : 03 Lakhs CRIP-TEQIP(III)-AI Based controlled environment tubular furnace of Maximum working temperature 1200°C. Scopus :05, SCI:02 Book Chapter-02
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faculty
Dr. Durga Prasad
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech(Mechanical-Computer Integrated Manufacturing)
Doctorate Ph.D. (MMMUT Gorakhpur)
Teaching experience 10.5 years
Research experience  5 years
Email id durga.prasad @miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production, Automation
More Details 5 research papers
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faculty
Mr. SANTOSH KUMAR RAI
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering
Post graduation M.Tech. (IIIT Jabalpur) (Mechanical Engineering)
Doctorate Pursuing (IIIT Jabalpur) (Thermal and Fluid Engineering)
Teaching experience 7.5 year
Research experience 2 Years
Industrial experience 0.5 Months
Email id santosh.rai@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal and Fluid Engineering, CFD and Nuclear Reactor
More Details Python, ML, AI, Neural language processing(NLP), Sentimental analysis, data science,MATLAB, Fortran, Solid work and ANSYS, 06 SCI, 14 Scopus Published Article and 01 Book Chapter
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faculty
Mr.RAHUL SHARMA
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH. (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.TECH. (SITE MEERUT UNIVERSITY)
Teaching experience 11 Years
Email id rahul.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest SAP, ERPsim, Strength of material, Mechanical Vibration
More Details Solid Edge ST, ANSYS
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faculty
Mr. ANKIT SHARMA
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.Tech (SUBHARTI UNIVERSITY)
Doctorate Pursuing (Industry 4.0 / SRM University) 
Teaching experience 10 Years
Industrial experience 1 Year
Email id ankit.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production Engineering, Material Science Vibrations, Industry 4.0, Design,Robotics, Smart and Self driven vehicles, Electric vehicles
More Details  Coordinator, Society of Mechanical Engineers, MIET.SPOC (Design & Analysis Centre/ SIEMENS Skill Enhancement Centre) )
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faculty
Mr. Rahul Tyagi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.Tech (MNIT JAIPUR)
Doctorate Ph.D pursuing
Teaching experience 8 Years
Email id rahul.tyagi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest FLUID MECHANICS, PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
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faculty
Mr. Shwetanshu Gaurav
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation ME Hear(Thermal) power engg
Teaching experience 7 Years
Email id shwetanshu.gaurav@miet.ac.in
Area of interest HMT ,RAC, Material Science
More Details Solid Edge ST 10, ANSYS ,TWO RESEARCH PAPERS
faculty
Mr. MADHUR KUMAR DUBEY
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Mechanical Technology)
Doctorate PhD* (SRM University)
Teaching experience 11.5 years
Email id madhur.dubey@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production Engineering, MATERIAL SCIENCE,Engineering Mechanics, Fluid machinery, Theory of Machines
More Details Solid Edge ST 10, Autocad ,03 RESEARCH
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faculty
Mr. NITESH KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering, UTU)
Post graduation M.Tech. (Production Engineering, GBPEC)
Teaching experience 7.6 years
Email id nitesh.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
More Details Solid Edge ST 10, ANSYS ,TWO RESEARCH PAPERS ,03 Research Papers
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faculty
Mr. NOMENDRA TOMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) UPTU Lucknow
Post graduation M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering.) SVUMP
Doctorate Pursuing from IIT Delhi Applied Mechanics Department
Teaching experience 09 Years
Research Experience working on project thermal acoustic refrigeration under Guidance prof. S Kasthurirangan ( chairman, Cryogenic Department, iisc Bangalore ) funded by government of India since 2015
Industrial experience 4 Years
Email id nomendra.tomar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal Engineering
More Details auto cad & pro-e, Two research paper
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faculty
Mr. GAURANG DEEP
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (UPTU, Lucknow)
Post graduation M.Tech (Punjab University, Chandigarh)
Doctorate  Ph.D. (DTU Delhi, Pursuing)
Teaching experience 10.5 Years
Industrial experience 2 Years
Email id gaurang.deep@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Design and Production Engineering
More Details Solid Edge, 12 RESEARCH PAPERS
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faculty
Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat
Designation Asst. Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.TECH. (Thermal Engineering)
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 3.5 years
Research experience 04 years
Email id kamal.rawat@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Refrigeration, Thermal Engineering, CFD 
More Details Journal Paper -10, Conference- 10
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faculty
Dr. Naman Jain
Designation Asst. Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.TECH. (Design & Production Engg)
Doctorate Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering)
Teaching experience 2.6 years
Industrial experience  
Research experience 3 years
Email id naman.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Bio-composites, Material Characterization
More Details 18 research papers (6-SCI, 5-Scopus), 1 Book & 3 Book Chapter, 1-Research Project completed
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faculty
Dr. Saumya Shah
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Applied Mechanics)
Doctorate Ph.D (Machine Design)
Teaching experience 4 years
Research experience  5 years
Email id saumya.shah@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Fracture Mechanics,Composites, FEM 
More Details 6 Research Papers
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faculty
Dr. Swapan Suman
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech ( Ranchi University Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech IIT (ISM) Dhanbad
Doctorate Ph.D. IIT (ISM) Dhanbad
Teaching experience 2 Year
Research experience 2 Year
Email id swapan.suman@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Energy & Combustion, Biomass to Bio-energy Conversion, Thermal Engineering, Fuel Processing Technology and Power Plant Engineering
More Details 03 Patent Published, 07 SCI journal Papers in International Journals, 02 Scopus, 03 Conference Papers ofReputed International conferences and 02 Book chapter
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faculty
Mr. DEEPAK MITTAL
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Product Design And Development.)
Doctorate N/A
Teaching experience 2 year
Research experience  2 Year
Email id Deepak.mittal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Product Design, Automation and control 
More Details 1 Patent 
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faculty
Mr. Anuj Kumar Mishra
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (RTU, Kota Rajsthan)
Doctorate N/A
Teaching experience 8.5 year
Research experience  NIL
Email id anuj.mishra@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal Engg.(Ansys, Auto Cad, Catia)
More Details 02 Research Papers
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faculty
Mr. Arun Kumar Kushwaha
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech (Computer Integrated manufacturing)
Doctorate N/A
Teaching experience 1 Year
Research experience NIL
Industry experience NIL
Email id arun.kushwaha@miet.ac.in
Area of interest : Robotics& Manufacturing Sciences
faculty
Vijay Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech(Subharti University)
Teaching experience 4 Years
Email id vijay.kumar.me@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Manufacturing Science-I ,Manufacturing Science-II

 

faculty
Dr. Rashi Tyagi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.(AKTU)
Post graduation M.Tech.(IIT Dhanbad)
Doctorate Ph.D (IIT Dhanbad)
Teaching experience 1 years
Research experience No
Industrial experience No
Email id rashi.tyagi@miet.ac.in
faculty
Mr. Anuj Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.(AKTU)
Post graduation M.Tech.(NIT)
Teaching experience 6 years
Research experience No
Industrial experience No
Email id anuj.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Thermal, Automobile, FM

 

Laboratories

Second Year

Fluid Mechanics Lab (KME 351)

The Students will be able to

  1. Determine the coefficient of discharge of the given venturimeter/orifice meter and bend meter.
  2. Determine the Reynolds number of pipe flow.
  3. Determine Coefficient of Friction factor for a given pipe line.
  4. Verification of Bernoulli’s Theorem
  5. Verify momentum equation using Impact of Jet on Vanes.
  6. Determine Meta-centric height of a given ship model
Material Testing Lab (KME 352)

The Students will be able to

  1. Explain NDT (non-destructive testing) methods like magnetic flaw detector, ultrasonic flaw detector and dye penetrant tests.
  2. Determine the hardness of different steel samples on Rockwell hardness testing machine.
  3. Conduct destructive testing on given mild steel specimen for evaluation of mechanical properties under uniaxial-tensile conditions. (K3)
  4. Conduct destructive testing on given mild steel specimen for evaluation of mechanical properties under shear, torsion, impact and fatigue loading conditions. (K3)
  5. Analyse the effect of quenching media (air, oil, water) on hardness of given plain carbon steel sample.
Computer Aided Machine Drawing-I Lab (KME 353)

The Students will be able to

  1. Interpret views from orthographic projection using concept of first angle projection
  2. Apply concept of orthographic projections and isometric projection to make a mechanical component
  3. Draw designation of threads, bolted joint, riveted joints and free hand sketch of mechanical components
  4. Draw assembly drawing of Knuckle joint and plumber block.
  5. Use computer and CAD software to modelling mechanical components.
Mini Project or Internship Assessment (KME 354)

The Students will be able to

  1. Conduct literature review from various sources to explore diverse disciplines related to science and Technology
  2. Communicate ideas, theoretical concepts and engineering knowledge through a short report.
  3. Defend the feasibly / applicability of the proposed idea through a presentation.
Applied Thermodynamics Lab (KME 451)

The Students will be able to

  1. Demonstrate the working of Fire tube and Water tube boilers.
  2. Demonstrate the working of Petrol & Diesel engines using basics of thermodynamics.
  3. Demonstrate the working principle of Steam Engine.
  4. Demonstrate the working principle of Impulse and Reaction turbine.
Manufacturing Process Lab (KME 452)

The Students will be able to

  1. Generate metric thread on MS work piece using lathe machine
  2. Explain the operation and working of Milling , drilling and shaping machine
  3. Conduct different operation on milling , drilling and shaping machine
  4. Fabricate different types of joint using arc and resistance welding
  5. Generate single point cutting tool angles and determine shear plane angle in orthogonal cutting of aluminium tube
Computer Aided Machine Drawing-II Lab (KME 453)

The Students will be able to

  1. Apply the common conventional symbols for representation of machine components and materials
  2. Apply concept of Limits, fits and tolerances in production drawings
  3. Develop 3D drawings of simple machine parts by 3D modelling software Solid Edge
  4. Develop 3D drawings of simple machine parts by 3D modelling software Solid Edge

Third Year

Heat Transfer Lab (KME 551)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Apply the concept of conductive heat transfer
  2. Apply empirical correlations for both forced and free convection to determine the value of convection heat transfer coefficient
  3. Apply the concept of radiation heat transfer for black and grey body.
  4. Analyze the thermal behaviour of parallel or counter flow heat exchangers
  5. Conduct thermal analysis of a heat pipe
Python Lab (KME 552)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Apply conditional statement, loops condition and functions in python program
  2. Solve mathematical and mechanical problems using python program
  3. Plot various type of chart using python program
  4. Analyze the mechanical problem using python program 
Internet of Things Lab (KME 553)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Understand Internet of Things and its hardware and software components
  2. Interface I/O devices, sensors & communication modules
  3. Remotely monitor data and control devices
  4. Design prototype of IoT based smart system
  5. Develop IoT based projects for real life problem.
Mini Project or Internship Assessment (KME 554)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Conduct literature review from variour sources to explore diverse disciplines related to mechanical engineering
  2. Formulate a technical problem based on literature reviewed.
  3. Describe the methodology / work plan for execution of the project.
  4. Defend the feasibly / applicability of the proposed solution through a working model / modern tools
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab ( KME 651)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Determine the performance of different refrigeration and air?conditioning systems.
  2. Apply the concept of psychrometry on different air cooling systems.
  3. Interpret the use of different components, control systems and tools used in RAC systems
  4. Demonstrate the working of practical applications of RAC systems.
Machine Design Lab ( KME 652)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Apply the principles of solid mechanics to design various machine Elements subjected to static and fluctuating loads.
  2. Write computer programs and validate it for the design of different machine elements
  3. Evaluate designed machine elements to check their safety.
Theory of Machines Lab ( KME 653)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate various mechanisms, their inversions and brake and clutches in automobiles
  2. Apply cam?follower mechanism to get desired motion of follower.
  3. Apply the concepts of gears and gear train to get desired velocity ratio for power transmission.
  4. Apply the concept of governors to control the fuel supply in engine.
  5. Determine the balancing load in static and dynamic balancing problem

Fourth Year

CAD/CAM Lab (RME 751)

The Students will be able to:

  1. Apply the process of line & circle generation and geometric transformation.
  2. Apply the manual part programme (G-Code) for CNC turning and milling using manual data input (MDI)
  3. Analyse the machining of simple profiles on CNC turning and milling trainer.
  4. Analyse the NC part program data automatically using standard commercial CAM package for manufacturing of required component
IC Engine & Automobile Lab (RME 752)

The Students will be able to

  1. Demonstrate various Automobile components and systems which include Engine components and lighting system.
  2. Demonstrate the automobile suspension system & different type of steering system.
  3. Describe the principle and working of fuel injection system and Ignition system, cooling and lubrication system.
  4. Differentiate between clutch, gear box, rear axle drives and differential gear box in automobile.
  5. Describe the various types of braking systems and their components.
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (RME 753)

The Students will be able to

  1. Understand industrial problems, environmental hazards causes and their ethical responsibilities for getting the possible solution of these problems.
  2. Understand the application of different softwares or methods related to Mechanical Engineering.
  3. Understand the power of team work, innovative ideas and handle different industrial projects and assignments.
  4. Apply the concept of acquired knowledge of Engineering, Mathematics and Science to solve practical problems of Mechanical Engineering.
PROJECT-1 (RME 754)

The Students will be able to

  1. Independently engage in literature study and assimilate a state of art literature review to formulate an Engineering problem.
  2. Identify Mathematical, Scientific, Engineering and Management concepts and tools necessary to solve the formulated problem.
  3. Demonstrate team work, leadership and mentorship whilst abiding by established norms of Professional ethics.
  4. Effectively communicate the assimilated literature, scope and methodology of proposed work through a written synopsis and oral presentation.
SEMINAR (RME 851)

The Students will be able to

  1. Identify and to do the literature review of disciplinary and non-disciplinary Engineering problem.
  2. Analyze the ongoing technology and current topics of professional interest
  3. Investigate disciplinary and non-disciplinary Engineering problem and proposed methodology or technique to solve it.
  4. Demonstrate a report to audience.
PROJECT-II (RME 852)

The Students will be able to

  1. Independently engage in study of literature and assimilate a state of art literature review to formulate an Engineering problem.
  2. Identify mathematical, Scientific, Engineering and Management concepts and tools necessary to solve the formulated problem.
  3. Analyze and interpret the results of experiments conducted on designed solution(s) for the identified engineering problem.
  4. Demonstrate a working model, prototype, proof of concept or technical innovation through effective oral communication.
  5. Present a written record of the work in the form of a project report, poster, conference or research paper.
  6. Demonstrate team work, leadership and mentor-ship whilst abiding by established norms of professional ethics.
  1. Dr. HeeChang Lim, Professor, Pusan National University, Busan, South Korea on 08/01/2020   News Gallery

    Dr. HeeChang Lim visited MIET campus on 08/01/2020. He gave a presentation to MIET faculties and also talked to the students of MIET and agreed to take students in his research lab for future study. He planted a tree of friendship in the campus.
    Honourable chairman sir Shri Vishnusaran and honourable vice chairman sir facilitated him with memento and gift. Prof. (Dr.) Mayank Agarwal (Director MIET) also signed a M.O.U. with Research Institute For Future Wind Energy Technology of Busan National University, South Korea.
    Prof. (Dr.) Bhupendra Singh Chauhan and faculty members of MIET were present on the occasion.

  2. Dr, Jaydip Mehta, Director of GOP, Namseol University
    Dr. David O'Flaherty, Director, Strategic Planning, he University of Suwan
    Dr. Eugene Yeo, FTA Advisor, Chungbuk Province Export
    Visit MIET on 15th and 16th January 2020

    They addressed the students for opportunities in Korea for higher studies and research. They planted the tree of friendship between MIET and Namseoul University and University of Suwon.. They agreed to open Korean language centre at MIET and also formulate a M.O.U. for joint work in the near future.
    Honourable chairman sir Shri Vishnusaran and honourable vice chairman sir facilitated them with mementos and gifts. Professor (Dr.) Mayank Agarwal (Director MIET) suggested the possible ways of collaboration with MIET for future. Prof. (Dr.) Bhupendra Singh Chauhan and faculty members of MIET were present on the occasion. The visit ended with successful and positive node.

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Achievements

Research Fund/ Grants

S.No. Project Name PI and Co-Pi Amount Funding Agency Status
1 Integrated approach towards socioeconomic development of ST Community in Himachal Pradesh Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan 36.96 Lakhs DST Ongoing
2 Characterization of PVA Based Crosslinked Composites Reinforced with Functionalized nanoparticles/ Fibers Dr Naman jain (PI) Nomendra Tomer(Co-PI) 3, 00, 000/- AKTU Lucknow Conpleted
3 Design and fabrication of AI-based controlled environment tubular furnace of maximum working temperature 1200?C Dr. Siddartha Jain (PI) Dr. B N Tripathi (Co-PI) 3, 00, 000/- AKTU Lucknow Completed
4 International Travel Grant to visit Salt Lake City, Utah, USA for IMECE-11122, ASMEon 11-14 November 2019 from SERB ( ITS/2019/005121 ), DST India. [2]   Improving living condition of Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan 1,00,000/- SERB, DST Completed

Consultancy Projects

Sl. No. Title of project Funding Agency Starting Date Date of Completion Fund Received (Rs)
1 Design and development of Automatic Fabric slitter Machine Mittal Rubbers 01/01/2017 22/06/2017 37000/-
2 Design and development Automatic Rexene roll making Machine Mittal Rubbers 01/06/2018 02/01/2019 15000/-
3 Design and development Automatic Football Bladder Maker Mittal Rubbers 01/12/2017 30/09/2018 270000/-
4 Design and development Automatic RUBBER RING MAKER conveyor Cutter Mittal Rubbers Jan 2019 May 2019 30481/-

Patent Details (Filed/Published/Granted)

  Sl. No.   Title of Patent   Applicant (s) Status (Filed / Published  / Granted) Patent Application Number
1.   High speed cutting pressurized coolant flow internal cooling drill bit
  1.  Mr. NomendraTomar
  2.  MIET
  3.  Dr. AwaniBhushan
  4. Dr. SwapanSuman
  5. Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan
Published   201911049523
2.   Universal LPG stove control device for boiling of liquid
  1.  Dr. Satyam Singh
  2. Mr Ritik Bhatia
  3. DrEsha Jain
  4. MsTarandeep Kaur
  5. Dr Pradeep Kumar (MIET)
Published 201911051585
3. Tensile test fixture arrangement for O- ring specimen in diametrical tension of ceramic materials
  1. Dr. AwaniBhushan (MIET )
  2. Mr. NomendraTomar
  3. Dr. SwapanSuman
Published 202011006766
      4.   Influence of biogas mass flow rate and rice bran based biodiesel with diesel on dual fuel engine
  1. Mr. Suneel Kumar Mahla
  2. Mr. GeeteshGoga
  3. Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan (MIET)
  4. Mr. Amit Dhir
  5. Mr. HaengMuk Cho
  6. Mr. YogeshKalia
    Published     2019811041108  
5. Double Plate Griddle for Flatbread Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan Published 202011040643
6. Treatment Of Hazardous Class F Fly Ash To Achieve A Non-Hazardous Class F Fly Ash Dr. Swapan Suman Filed -

JOURNALS

S. No. Title of Paper Name of Author Name of Journal Page No.
&
ISBN/ISSN No.
DOI Indexing
2019-20
1. Influence of rare earth particulate on the mechanical & tribological properties of Al-6063/SiC hybrid composites Dr. Vipin Kumar Sharma Particulate Science and Technology - https://doi.org/10.1080/ 02726351.2021.1871691 SCI
2. Study of performance parameters and emissions of four stroke CI engine using solketal-biodiesel blends Dr. Pardeep Kumar S N applied Science Accepted   ESCI
3. Mathematical and numerical investigation of Ledinegg flow excursion and dynamic instability of natural circulation loop at supercritical condition Dr. Pardeep Kumar Annals of Nuclear engineering Accepted   SCI
4 Numerical analysis of inclined jet impingement heat transfer in microchannel Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan Materials Today: Proceedings Accepted   SCOPUS
5 Mathematical and numerical investigation of Ledinegg flow excursion and dynamic instability of natural circulation loop at supercritical condition Santosh Kumar Rai Annals of Nuclear engineering Accepted   SCI
6 Role of Agitator Diameter and Nusselt Number for Finding Heat Transfer Equations in Jacketed Vessel Dr. Pardeep Kumar Emerging Trends in mechanical Engineering, Lectures notes Accepted   SCOPUS
7 Numerical analysis of influence of geometry and operating parameters on Ledinegg and dynamic instability on supercritical water natural circulation loop Dr. Pardeep Kumar Nuclear Engineering and Design 369/110830 https://doi.org/10.1016/ j.nucengdes.2020.110830 Elsevier /1.64/SCI
8 Computational analysis of static flow instabilities in supercritical natural circulation loop Santosh Kumar Rai/ Dr. Pardeep Kumar Lect. Notes in Mechanical Engineering pp 387-395 10.1007/978-981-15- 7831-1_35 Springer nature /.37/Scopus
9 Efect of SiC/Si3N4 micro?reinforcement on mechanical and wear properties of friction stir welded AA6061?T6 aluminum alloy Mr. Nitesh Kumar S N Applied Science 2:1572 https://doi.org/10.1007/  s42452-020-03381-y SCI
10 Separate effect of biodiesel, n-butanol and biogas on performance and emission characteristics of diesel engine: A Review Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery Accepted DOI:10.1007/s13399- 020-01056-7 SCI
11 Multi-objective optimization of performance and emissions characteristics of a variable compression ratio diesel engine running with biogas-diesel fuel using response surface techniques Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects Accepted doi.org/10.1080/15567036. 2020.1813847 SCI
12 Manufacturing of stable hydrophobic surface on rare-earth oxides aluminum hybrid composite Dr. Vipin Kumar Sharma Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering SAGE Publications https://doi.org/10.1177/ 0954408920979105 SCI
13 Numerical Simulation of the Turbulent Natural Convection is a Square Enclosure filled with Water based Al2O3 Nanofluids Mr. Anuj Kumar Mishra Springer Nature Accepted Accepted SCOPUS
14 Conversion of Solid Biomass into Biochar: Act as a Green, Eco-Friendly Energy Source and a Substitute of Fossil Fuel Inputs Dr. Swapan Suman Proceedings (MDPI) Volume 58, Issue 1, 34   Web of Science
15 “Quality edge extraction of
Mechanical CAD objects for intelligent manufacturing”.
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of
Process Management and Benchmarking
Vol.10 No.1,pp. 22-47
&
ISSN:1741- 816X
10.1504/IJPMB.  2020.104230 Scoupus
(Elsveir)
16 "Analyzing the barriers to Industry 4.0 through Best-Worst Method Mr. Sahilendra Kumar International Journal of
Perform ability
Engineering
Vol. 16, pp. 27-36
&
ISSN 0973-1318
10.23940/ijpe.20. 01.p4.2736 Scoupus
17 "INDUSTRY 4.0: Complex, Disruptive, But Inevitable" Mr. Sahilendra Kumar Management and Production Engineering Review Vol. 11, pp. 43-51,
&
ISSN: 20821344, 20808208
10.24425/mper.2020. 13
2942
Scimago
18 "Coal Fired thermal power plant performance optimization using Markov and CFD analysis" Mr. Pradeep Kumar SN Applied Sciences A.N. 227&I SSN:2523-
3971
https:// doi.org/  10.1007
/s42452-020-2003-1
SCI
19 "Coal Fired thermal power plant performance optimization using Markov and CFD analysis" Dr. Ansar Ali SK SN Applied Sciences A.N. 227&I SSN:2523-
3971
https:// doi.org/  10.1007
/s42452-020-2003-1
SCI
20 "Coal Fired thermal power plant performance optimization using Markov and CFD analysis" Mr. Sandeep Kumar SN Applied Sciences A.N. 227&I SSN:2523-
3971
https:// doi.org/ 10.1007
/s42452-020-2003-1
SCI
21 "Experimental studies of
helical coils in laminar regime
for mechanically agitated vessel”
Dr. Ansar Ali SK Proceedings of the Institutions of the Mechanical Engineers,
Part E: Journal of Process
Mechanical Engineering
Volume: 234 issue:
2, page(s): 173-181
&
ISSN: 2041-3009
https:// doi.org/ 10.1177
/095440 8919895856
Web of Science, Scopus,SCImago
22 "Experimental studies of
helical coils in laminar regime
for mechanically agitated vessel”
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Proceedings of the Institutions of the Mechanical Engineers,
Part E: Journal of Process
Mechanical Engineering
Volume: 234 issue:
2, page(s): 173-181
&
ISSN: 2041-3009
https:// doi.org/ 10.1177
/095440 8919895856
Web of Science, Scopus,SCImago
23 "Experimental studies of
helical coils in laminar regime
for mechanically agitated vessel”
Mr. Sandeep Kumar Proceedings of the Institutions of the Mechanical Engineers,
Part E: Journal of Process
Mechanical Engineering
Volume: 234 issue:
2, page(s): 173-181
&
ISSN: 2041-3009
https:// doi.org/ 10.1177
/095440 8919895856
Web of Science, Scopus,SCImago
24 "Various Tuning and Optimization Techniques
Employed in PID Controller: A
Review"
Dr. Siddharth Jain Proceedings of International Conference in Mechanical
and Energy Technology
ISBN: 978-981-15-2647-3 NA Scoupus
25 "Parametric study of aluminum-rare earth based composites with improved hydrophobicity using response surface method" Mr. Vipin Sharma Journal of Materials Research and Technology Article in Press https://doi.org/10.1016
/j.jmrt.2 020.03.011
SCI
26 "Experimental analysis and
characterization of SiC and RE
oxides reinforced AL- 6063 alloy based hybrid composites"
Mr. Vipin Sharma The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology ISSN:1433- 3015 https:// doi.org/ 10.1007
/s00170-020-05228-7
SCI
27 “Experimental study of agitator geometry and speed on heat
transfer coefficients for both Newtonian and time dependent
Power law fluids”
Dr. Ansar Ali SK Heat and Mass Transfer ACCEPTED
10.1007/s00231- 020-02881-2
SCI
28 “Physicochemical Performance of Wood Chips Char and Wheat Husk Char for Utilization as an Alternate Source of Energy”. Dr. Sawpan Suman International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering ISSN: 2277-3878,
Volume-8 Issue-5
10.35940/ijrte.C  6119.01
8520
Scoupus
29 "Functionalized Graphite–Reinforced Cross-Linked Poly (vinyl Alcohol)
Nano composite s for Vibration Isolator Application:Morphology, Mechanical, and Thermal Assessment"
Dr. Naman Jain Materials Performance and Characterization Vol-9, Issue No. 1
pp.215-230
10.1520/MPC20190253 SCI
30 "Vibrational Analysis Of Glass/Carbon Fiber
Reinforced Hybrid Laminate Composites"
Dr. Naman Jain Journal of Theoretical
and Applied Mechanics
Vol.50 Issue No.3 pp. 259-277 10.1520/MPC20190254 SCI
31 "Sphagnum: A promising indoor air purifier" Mr. Shailendra Kumar Journal of Environmental engineering and science Accepted -  Scoupus
32 “Effect of addition on wear behavior of an Al-6061 based hybrid composite" Mr. Vipin Sharma Wear Vol. 426-427,961-974
&
ISSN: 0043-1648
10.1016/j.wear. 2019.01
.044
SCI
33 “Development of rare-earth oxides based hybrid AMCs
reinforced with SiC/Al2O3: mechanical & metallurgical characterization”
Mr. Vipin Sharma Journal of Material Research & Technology Vol. 8(2),1971-1981
&
 ISSN:2238- 7854
https:// doi.org/ 10.1016
/j.jmrt.2 019.01.013
SCI
34 “Experimental investigation on effect of RE oxides addition on tribological and mechanical
properties of Al- 6063 based
hybrid composites"
Mr. Vipin Sharma Material Research Express Vol. 6(8), 1-38
&
ISSN: 2053-1591
10.1088/2053-1591/ ab
2504
SCIE
35 "Quantitative analysis of microstructure refinement in ultrafine- grained strips of al6063 fabricated using large strain extrusion machining" Mr. Vipin Kumar Sharma Machining Science and Technology Vol. 24 (1), P.P. 42- 64
&
ISSN: 1 532-2483
https:// doi.org/ 10.1080
/ 10910344.2019.1636264.
SCI
36 “Investigation of rare earth particulate on tribological and mechanical properties of Al-6061 alloy composites for aerospace application” Mr. Vipin Kumar Sharma Journal of Material
Research & Technology
Vol. 8(4),3504-3516
&
 ISSN:2238- 7854
https://doi.org/10.1016/ j.jmrt.2 019.06.025 SCI
37 “Study on material transfer and surface properties during fiber
laser cutting of A653 Galvanized steel sheet”
Mr. Vipin Kumar Sharma Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, Vol. 41, A.N. 341
&
 ISSN: 1806-3691
https:// doi.org/ 10.1007
/s40430-019-1842-4
SCIE
38 “Reconfigurable manufacturing system - a new class of manufacturing system” Dr. Durga Prasad Management and Production Engineering Review Volume 10(4) pp.
37–47
&
ISSN:20821344,
20808208
10.24425/mper. 2019.13
1443
Scimago
39 "Shell Side CFD Analysis of a
Small Shell-and- Tube Heat Exchanger with Elliptical Tubes"
Mr. Piyush Gupta International Journal of Perform ability Eng. vol. 15, no.9, pp.
2294-2304.
10.23940/ijpe.1 9.09.p2.
22942304
Scoupus
40 " Effect of Impeller Diameter on
Nusselt Number in Mechanically Agitated Vessel”
Dr. Ansar Ali SK International Journal Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow Vol. 30 No.4, pp.2225-
2235
&
ISSN0961-5539
https:// doi.org/ 10.1108
/HFF- 05-2019-0435.
SCI
41 " Effect of Impeller Diameter on
Nusselt Number in Mechanically Agitated Vessel”
Dr. Pradeep Kumar International Journal Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow Vol. 30 No.4, pp.2225-
2235
&
ISSN0961-5539
https:// doi.org/ 10.1108
/HFF- 05-2019-0435.
SCI
42 " Effect of Impeller Diameter on
Nusselt Number in Mechanically Agitated Vessel”
Dr. Sandeep Kumar International Journal Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow Vol. 30 No.4, pp.2225-
2235
&
ISSN0961-5539
https:// doi.org/ 10.1108
/ HFF- 05-2019-0435.
SCI
43 "Effect of varying biogas mass flow rate on performance and emission characteristics of a diesel engine fuelled with blends of n-butanol and diesel” Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan Journal of Thermal
Analysis and Calorimetric
Vol.140, pages
2817–2830
&
 ISSN:1588- 2926
doi.org/ 10.1007/ s10973-019-09055-1 SCI
44 “Dynamic and Creep-recovery Analysis of Polyvinyl Alcohol Based Cross-linked Composite
Reinforced with Basalt Fiber”
Dr. Naman Jain Materials Research Express Vol. 6(10)
 &
ISSN: 2053-1591
10.1088/20531591/ ab4332 SCIE
45 “Mechanical Characterization and Machining Performance Evaluation of Rice Husk/Epoxy an Agricultural Waste Based Composite Material” Dr. Naman Jain J.Mech.Behav. Mater. Vol.: 28(1),
Pages 29-38
&
ISSN:
2191-0243
https://doi.org/10.1515 /jmbm- 2019-0005 Scimago, Scopus
46 "Fabrication and Characterization of Chitosan Coating Sisal Fiber Reinforced Phytagel Modified Soy Protein based Green Composite" Dr. Naman Jain Journal of Composite material Vol.: 53(18), Page: 2481- 2504
&
ISSN: 0021-9983
10.1177/002199 831983
1748
Scoupus
47 "Mixed-mode thermo elastic delamination fracture
behavior of composite skin stiffener containing interface
Delamination."
Dr. Saumya Shah Journal of Materials Research and Technology Vol.: 8(6),
page: 5941-5949
&
 ISSN:2238- 7854
https:// doi.org/ 10.1016
/j.jmrt.2 019.09.069
SCI
48 "Mixed-mode thermo elastic delamination fracture behavior of composite skin stiffener containing interface Delamination." Dr. Pradeep Kumar Journal of Materials Research and Technology Vol.: 8(6), page: 5941-
5949
&
ISSN:2238- 7854
https:// doi.org/ 10.1016
/j.jmrt.2 019.09.069
SCI
49 "Numerical research of flow heat transfer through micro channel of Mems device" Mr. S.K. Rai International Journal of recent technology and Engineering Vol. 8, Issue 2S8
ISSN: 2277-3878
 -  Scopus

 

S. No.   Title of Paper Name of Author Name of Journal Page No.
&
ISBN/ISSN No.
Year of Publication DOI Indexing
  2018-19
1  “Topological optimization of l-shaped brackets subjected to different
boundary conditions”
Mr.
Shailendra Kumar
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol. 13, No.
9, 2018,
pp. 70- 74
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
2 "Comparative Study of Emission and Combustion Characteristics of Biodiesel, Biodiesel Blends and Various Fuel Additives." Mr.
Shailendra Kumar
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13, no. 6, P.p. 334- 340
 &
ISSN 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
5 Review of recent applications of micro channel in mems devices Mr. .Rahul Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
13 (9), 64-69
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
6 Review of recent
applications of micro channel in mems devices
Mr.
Mohd. Saifi
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
13 (9), 64-69
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
7 Review of recent
applications of micro channel in mems devices
Mr. .Rahul Tyagi International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
13 (9), 64-69
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
8 A review of recent applications of supercritical
fluid in natural
circulation loops for nuclear reactor
Mr.
Santosh Kumar Rai
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol:23 (9),195-204
&
 ISSN:0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
9 "A comparative
study of
corrosion and wear behavior
of 316 l stainless steel with ni-
20%cr and
cr3c2-25%nicr coatings using detonation gun process"
Mr. Nitesh Kumar International
Journal of Applied Engineering Research
Volume
Vol:13 (9): pp. 144-148
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
10 "Case study: just in time key
performance indicator for Indian
automotive industries"
Mrs.
Neha Dixit
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
Volume
Vol:13 (9): pp. 119-134
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
11 "Case study: just
in time key
performance indicator for Indian
automotive industries"
Mr.
Nishant Kumar
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
Volume
Vol:13 (9): pp. 119-34
&
ISSN:b0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
12 "Effects of
Jit implementation on in industries : a case study"
Mrs.
Neha Dixit
International Journal of Applied Engineering
Research
Vol:13 (9): pp. 18-30
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
13 "Effects of
Jit implementation on in industries : a case study"
Mr.
Nishant Kumar
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol:13 (9): pp. 18-30
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
14 "Simulation of internally fitted baffles in STHEX for different
Reynolds number"
Mr. Piyush Gupta International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol:13 (6): pp. 278-
285
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
15  “Automated
recognition of mechanical parts with machine vision system”
Dr. Tushar Jain Journal of Experimental and Applied Mechanics Vol. 9, No.
3, pp.1-6
2018 NA UGC
16 Numerical Analysis of Tube Fitted with Internal Baffles used in STHEx Mr. Piyush Gupta Journal of Experimental and Applied Mechanics Vol. 9, No.
3, pp.46-54
2018 NA UGC
17  “Design of machine vision system for
Automated inspection in robotics”.
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol. 13, No.
6, pp.30-34
2018 NA UGC
18  “Design of
computer vision system for objects
recognition in automation industries”
Dr. Tushar Jain Global Journal of Enterprise
Information System
Vol.10, No. 1,pp. 86-90 2018 NA UGC
19 "Robust industrial vision system for mechanical
parts recognition"
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Intelligent
Machines and Robotics
Vol. 1, No.
2, pp. 122-
132
2018 DOI:
10.1504
/IJIMR.2 018.094
893
cnpLINKer
(CNPIEC)
Google Scholar J-Gate
20 "Robust active vision industrial CAD parts
recognition system"
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Intelligent
Machines and Robotics
Vol. 1, No.
1, pp. 16-
33
2018 DOI:
10.1504
/IJIMR.2 018.090
942
cnpLINKer
(CNPIEC)
Google Scholar
J-Gate
21 "Development of machine vision system for automated mechanical objects
recognition"
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Intelligent
Machines and Robotics
Vol. 1, No.
2, pp. 140-152
2018 DOI:
10.1504
/IJIMR.2 018.094
913
cnpLINKer
(CNPIEC)
Google ScholarJ-Gate
22 "Unmanned machine vision system for
automated
recognition of mechanical
parts"
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Intelligent
Unmanned Systems
Vol. 6 No.
4, pp. 184-196.
2018 https:// doi.org/ 10.1108
/IJIUS- 03-
2018-
0008
Web of ScienceS CI/SCOP US
23 Laminar Flow Heat Transfer Analysis Inside Coiled Tubes Of
Newtonian And Non
Newtonian Fluids
Dr. Ansar Ali International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9), 195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 36-41
2018 NA UGC
24 Determination Of The Size Of The Coating Of A Homogeneous S Material On A Hard Metal Cuboid Mr. Piyush Gupta International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9), 195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 162-168
2018 NA UGC
25 Wireless Communication s and Information
Management:
Scalable and Robust IT
Solutions for Disaster
Management
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9), 195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 211-217
2018 NA UGC
26 Laminar Flow Heat Transfer Analysis Inside Coiled Tubes Of
Newtonian And Non
Newtonian Fluids
Mr. Piyush Gupta International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol:23 (9), 195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 36-41
2018 NA UGC
27 Laminar Flow Heat Transfer Analysis Inside Coiled Tubes Of
Newtonian And Non
Newtonian Fluids
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9),195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 36-41
2018 NA UGC
28 Determination Of The Size Of The Coating Of A Homogeneous S Material On A Hard Metal Cuboids Dr. Ansar Ali International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9),195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 162-168
2018 NA UGC
29 Determination Of The Size Of The Coating Of A Homogeneous S Material On A Hard Metal Cuboids Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9), 195-204
&
ISSN:0973-4562
pp. 162-168
2018 NA UGC
30 Wireless Communication and information management Scalable and Robust IT Solutions for Disaster Management Mr. Piyush Gupta International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,2018
Vol:23 (9),195-204
&
ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 211-217
2018 NA UGC
31 Wireless Communication and information management Scalable and Robust IT Solutions for Disaster Management Dr. Ansar Ali International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13 (9), 64-69, 2018 Vol:23 (9),195-204
&
 ISSN: 0973-4562
pp. 211-217
2018 NA UGC
32 Wireless Communication and information management Scalable and Robust IT Solutions for Disaster Management Mr. Ankit Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13 (9), 64-69, 2018 Vol:23 (9),
195-
204& ISSN
0973-4562
pp. 211-217
2018 NA UGC
33 Determination Of The Size Of The Coating Of A Homogeneous Material OnA Hard Metal
Cuboid
Mr. Ankit Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 13
(9), 64-69,
2018
Vol:23 (9),
195-
204& ISSN
0973-4562
pp. 162-168
2018 NA UGC
34 Effect of JIT implementation in industries: a case study Mr. Amit Kumar “International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 18-30
ISSN 0973-4562
2018   UGC 
35 Investigation and optimization of process parameters affecting the hardness of lm6 aluminum –silicon sand casting alloy Ms. Anju Chuadhary “International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 pp.31-35
ISSN 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
36 Investigation and optimization of process parameters affecting the hardness of lm6 aluminum –silicon sand casting alloy Ms. Arushi Kumar “International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 pp.31-35
ISSN 0973-4562
2018 NA UGC
37 " Laminar flow heat transfer analysis inside coiled tubes of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids” Mr. Dinesh Kumar “International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 36-41
ISSN 0973-36-41
2018 NA UGC
38 Investigation of parametric study for rock bed heat regenerator using superfluous gas for charging Mr. Arun Uniyal International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 42-48
ISSN 0973-45-62
2018 NA UGC
39 Investigation of parametric study for rock bed heat regenerator using superfluous gas for charging Mr. Ankit Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 42-48
ISSN 0973-45-62
2018 NA UGC
40 Effect of crack offset distance on fatigue life in senb specimen under multiple crack geometry of 6061 aluminum alloy Ms. Arushi Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 42-48
ISSN 0973-45-62
2018 NA UGC
41 Effect of crack offset distance on fatigue life in senb specimen under multiple crack geometry of 6061 aluminum alloy Ms. Anju Chaudhary International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 42-48
ISSN 0973-45-62
2018 NA UGC
42 Comparison between single rare earth and mixed rare earth reinforced aluminum metal matrix composites on the basis of wear properties Mr. Vipin Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 55-63
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
43  “Topological optimization of l-shaped brackets subjected to different boundary conditions” Mr. Rahul Joshi International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 70-74
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
44  “Topological optimization of l-shaped brackets subjected to different boundary conditions” Mr. Udit Kumar Devra International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 70-74
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
45 Investigation of the process parameters and their influence on the mechanical properties of friction stir processed surface composite: a review Mr. Madhur Dubey International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 75-82
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
46 Investigation of the process parameters and their influence on the mechanical properties of friction stir processed surface composite: a review Mr. Gaurang Deep International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 75-82
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
47 Magnetic levitation (maglev): a technology on which vehicles propels Mr. Mudit Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 112-118
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
48 Magnetic levitation (maglev): a technology on which vehicles propels Mr. Manish Kumar Arya International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 112-118
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
49 Magnetic levitation (maglev): a technology on which vehicles propels Mr. Indrajit Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 112-118
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
50 Case study: just-in-time key performance indicator for Indian automotive industries Mr. Amit Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 119-134
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
51 Effect of filler rod on the microstructure and mechanical properties of bimetallic weld joint Mr. Mahendra Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 135-143
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
52 Thermodynamic analysis of theoretical mobile air conditioning using new generation of refrigerants: r -1234yf an i ) r-1234ze Mr. Nomendra Tomar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 149-156
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
53 Investigate the variation in elastic constants lamina with fvf and foa for jfrp lamina Ms. Arushi Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 157-161
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018    
54 Effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy Mr. Amit Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 169-179
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
55 Effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy Mr. Manish Arya International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 169-179
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
56 Effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy Dr. Naman Jain International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 169-179
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
57 Fabrication and characterization of aluminum based composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles Mr. Amit Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 180-188
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
58 Fabrication and characterization of aluminum based composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles Mr. Manish Arya International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 180-188
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
59 Fabrication and characterization of aluminum based composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles Dr. Naman Jain International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 180-188
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
60 A state of art on hard facing processes and base materials used in steel Mr. Rahul Tyagi International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 189-194
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
61 A state of art on hard facing processes and base materials used in steel Mr. Rahul Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 189-194
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
62 Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation Mr. Vipin Sharma International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 223-228
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
63 Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation Dr. Pardeep Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 223-228
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
64 Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation Mr. Sandeep Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 223-228
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
65 Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation Mr. H.C. Bhatia International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 223-228
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
66 Risk evaluation prior to green manufacturing implication Mr. Vikrant Giri International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 233-237
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
67 Risk evaluation prior to green manufacturing implication Mr. Shashi Prakash International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 233-237
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
68 CFD investigated energy and exergy analysis of solar air heat having isosceles right triangle rib on absorber plate Mr. Indrajit Kumar International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 244-249
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
69 Effect of TIG and MIG welding on micro-structural and mechanical properties: a state of art Dr. S.K. Shukla International Journal of Applied Engineering Research” , Volume 13, Number 9 (2018) pp. 83-90
ISSN 0973-49-54
2018 NA UGC
  2017-18
1  “Manufacturing flexibility and its effect on system performance” Mr.
Shailendra Kumar
Jordon Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering vol. 11, no.
2, p. 105-
111
2017 NA NA
2 "Thermal design of shell and
tube heat
exchanger using elliptical tube"
Mr. Piyush Gupta International Journal of Engineering and
Manufacturing Sciences
vol. 7, No.
1,
2017 NA UGC
3  “Machine vision system for industrial
parts recognition”
Dr. Tushar Jain International Journal of Engineering and
Manufacturing Sciences
Vol. 7, No.
1, pp. 51-
57
2017 NA UGC
4  “Easily accessible machine vision
automation system”
Dr. Tushar Jain Journal of
Mechatronics
Accepted 2017   American Scientific Publisher USA

 

Year-wise list of Industrial Visits Organized by the Department

MIET MIET

Academic Year Organization Visited Date of Visit No. of Students Exposure Gained
2019-20 UNCEASE Automation, Muradnagar 10.01.2020 28 CAD/CAE/CAM, Computer Integrated Material Handling Systems
BOSCH Regional Training Center, Faridabad 11.11.2019 17 ECM, Fuel Injector, Maintenance & Troubleshooting
RADICO Khaitan Ltd, Rampur 05.10.2019 18 Captive Power Plant Operation, Bottling & Packaging Plant
2018-19 DSM Sugars Ltd., Mansurpur 28.06.2019 38 Captive Power Plant Operation, SCADA
Cheema Boilers, Mohali 18.04.2019 34 Fabrication Shop, Tube/Pipe Bending & Finishing Shop
Carrier Wheels Pvt. Ltd., Shamli 07.12.2018 40 Advanced Metrology Lab., Paint Shop, Welding, Material Handling, PLC, SPM
2017-18 DCM Daurala Sugars Ltd., Daurala 07.03.2018 32 Crushing Mill, Boiler Operation, SAP-MM, Material Handling & Storage
Continental Tyres India Pvt. Ltd., Modipuram 01.12.2017 28 SAP-PP, Vulcanization, Tyre Ply Calendaring, Testing, SAP-QA/QC, Lock Out-Tag Out 
Ordinance Factory Muradnagar 22.09.2017 45 Sheet Metal Shop, Deep Drawing, Reverse Extrusion, Forging Shop, Electro Plating Line

 

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S.No. Title of paper Name of Author   Name of Conference ISBN/ISSN Number Year of Publication
1. Reduction Study of Iron Ore Pellets with Wooden Bark Char Mr. Nomendra Tomar International Conference on Advanced Research Innovation   ISSN: 2347- 3258 2020
2. Reduction Study of Iron Ore Pellets with Wooden Bark Char Dr. Swapan Suman International Conference on Advanced Research Innovation   ISSN: 2347- 3258 2020
3. Reduction Study of Iron Ore Pellets with Wooden Bark Char Dr. Awani Bhushan   International Conference on Advanced Research Innovation   ISSN: 2347- 3258 2020
4. Fabrication and Characterization of PVA Based cross- linked film with Oxalic Acid Mr. Madhur Kumar Dubey International of Advance Research and Innovation (ICARI-2020)  Conference ISSN: 2347- 3258 2020
5. Diesel Engine Performance with Karanja Biodiesel Oil by Using TOPSIS Method Mr. Shailendra Kumar International conference of Advanced research and Innovation(ICARI 2020)   2020
6. “Numerical Investigation on critical velocity of ice slurry flow”   Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, 802(1), 012002 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
7. “Modelling of Ice Slurry flow through Bend Pipe” Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat Dr. IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, 802(1), 001-012 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
8. “Numerical Investigation on critical velocity of ice slurry flow” Mr. Ankur Verma IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, 802(1), 012002 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
9. “Modelling of Ice Slurry flow through Bend Pipe” Mr. Ankur Verma IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, 802(1), 001-012 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
10. “Modelling of Ice Slurry flow through Bend Pipe” Mr. Arun Uniyal IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, 802(1), 001-012 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
11. Impact Analysis of Integrating Wind Power with National Grid of Nepal Dr. Swapan Suman Elsevier-SSRN 3569486(International Conference on Advanced Research Innovation) NA 2020
12. Conversion of Solid Biomass into Biochar: act as a Green, Eco-friendly Energy Source and a Substitute of Fossils Fuel Inputs Dr. Swapan Suman The First World Energies Forum;Energy Conversion Systems (Paper Accepted)     NA   2020
13. Simulation of CoFRP analytical and computational model for various fiber volume fraction and Investigation of the local stresses for different fiber orientation angle Mr. Ankur Verma IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and ISSN: 1757-8981 2020
14. Simulation of CoFRP analytical and computational model for various fiber volume fraction and Investigation of the local stresses for different fiber orientation angle Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat     IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, doi:10.1088/1757- 899X/802/1/012006 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
15. Effect of surface treatment ontribological characteristic of ferrite nano-particles epoxy composites Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat   IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, doi:10.1088/1757- 899X/802/1/012007 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
16. Effect of surface treatment ontribological characteristic of ferrite nanoparticles epoxy composites Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat   IOP Conferences series: Materials Science and Engineering, March-2020, doi:10.1088/1757- 899X/802/1/012007 ISSN: 1757- 8981 2020
17. Study on functional group losses at Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of biomass materials at different pyrolysis temperature Dr. Swapan Suman Chemistry & Analytical Techniques and Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials; Coalesce Research Group NA 2019
18. Modeling of Ice Slurry FlowThrough Horizontal 90O Elbow Bend Pipe Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat   ICTEA: International Conference on Thermal Engineering NA 2019
19. " Laminar Flow Heat Transfer Analysis Inside Coiled Tubes of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids” Dr. Ansar Ali SK “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   ISSN 0973- 4562 2018
20.   "Effect of Dean Number on Heat Transfer Coefficients in coiled tube Agitated Vessel” Dr. Ansar Ali SK "2nd International Conference on Research Trends in Engineering, Applied Science and Management” (ICRTESM- 2018) September 2018, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp. 108-112 ISSN- 2349- 5162 2018
21.   "Effect of Dean Number on Heat Transfer Coefficients in coiled tube Agitated Vessel” Mr. Vipin Kumar Sharma 2nd International Conference on Research Trends in Engineering, Applied Science and Management” (ICRTESM- 2018) September 2018, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp. 108-112 ISSN- 2349- 5162 2018
22. Effect of JIT implementation in industries: a case study Mr. Amit Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 18-30 ISSN 0973- 4562 2018
23. Effect of JIT implementation in industries: a case study   Ms. Neha Dixit “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 18-30 ISSN 0973- 4562   2018
24. Effect of JIT implementation in industries: a case study   Mr. Nishant Kumar Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 18-30 ISSN 0973- 4562   2018
25. Investigation and optimization of Process parameters affecting the hardness of lm6aluminum –silicon sand casting alloy Ms. Anju Chuadhary “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp.31-35 ISSN 0973- 4562 2018
26. Investigation and optimization of Process parameters affecting the hardness of lm6 aluminum –silicon sand casting alloy Ms. Arushi Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp.31-35 ISSN 0973- 4562 2018
27. " Laminar flow heat transfer analysis inside coiled tubes of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids”   Mr. Dinesh Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 36-41 ISSN 0973-36- 41 2018
28. Investigation of parametric study for rock bed heat regenerator using superfluous gas for charging Mr. Arun Uniyal “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 42-48 ISSN 0973-45- 62 2018
29. Investigation of parametric study for rock bed heat regenerator using superfluous gas for charging Mr. Ankit Sharma “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 42-48 ISSN 0973-45- 62 2018
30. Effect of crack offset distance on fatigue life in senb specimen under multiple crack geometry of 6061 aluminum alloy Ms. Arushi Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 42-48 ISSN 0973-45- 62 2018
31. Effect of crack offset distance on fatigue life in senb specimen under multiple crack geometry of 6061 aluminum alloy Ms. Anju Chaudhary “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 42-48 ISSN 0973-45- 62 2018
32. Comparison between single rare earth and mixed rare earth reinforced aluminum metal matrix composites on the basis of wear properties Mr. Vipin Sharma “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 55-63 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
33. Review of recent applications of micro channel in mems devices Mr. S.K. Rai “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 64-69 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
34. Review of recent applications of micro channel in mems devices Mr. Rahul Sharma “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 64-69 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
35. Review of recent applications of micro channel in mems devices   Mr. Rahul Tyagi “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 64-69 ISSN 0973-49- 54   2018
36. Review of recent applications of micro channel in mems devices   Mr. Mustafa Saify “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 64-69 ISSN 0973-49- 54   2018
37. “Topological optimization of l- shaped brackets subjected to different boundary conditions”     Mr. Shailendra Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 70-74 ISSN 0973-49- 54     2018
38. “Topological optimization of l- shaped brackets subjected to different boundary conditions” Mr. Rahul Joshi “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 70-74 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
39. “Topological optimization of l- shaped brackets subjected to different boundary conditions” Mr. Udit Kumar Devra “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 70-74 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
40. Investigation of the process parameters and their influence on the mechanical properties of friction stir processed surface composite: a review Mr. Madhur Dubey “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 75-82 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
41. Investigation of the process parameters and their influence on the mechanical properties of friction stir processed surface composite: A Review Mr. Gaurang Deep “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 75-82 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
42. Magnetic levitation (maglev): a technology on which vehicles propels   Mr. Mudit Sharma “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends” pp. 112- 118 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
43. Magnetic levitation (maglev): a technology on which vehicles propels   Mr. Manish Kumar Arya “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 112- 118 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
44. Magnetic levitation (maglev): a technology on which vehicles propels   Mr. Indrajit Kuniar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 112- 118 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
45. Case study: just-in- time key performance indicator for Indian automotive industries Ms. Neha Dixit “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 119- 134 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
46. Case study: just-in- time key performance indicator for Indian automotive industries Mr. Nishant Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 119- 134 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
47. Case study: just-in- time key performance indicator for Indian automotive industries Mr. Amit Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 119- 134 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
48. Effect of filler rod on the microstructure and mechanical properties of bimetallic weld joint Mr. Mahendra Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 135- 143 ISSN 0973-49-54 2018
49. A comparative study of corrosion and wear behavior of 316 l stainless steel with ni-20%cr and cr3c2-25%nicr coatings using detonation gun process   Mr. Nitesh Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 144- 148 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
50. Thermodynamic analysis of theoretical mobile air conditioning using new generation of refrigerants: r -1234yf an i ) r- 1234ze Mr. Nomendra Tomar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 149- 156 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
51. Investigate the variation in elastic constants lamina with FVF and FOA for JFRP lamina Ms. Arushi Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 157- 161 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
52. Effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy   Mr. Amit Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 169- 179 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
53. Effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy   Mr. Manish Arya “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 169- 179 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
54. Effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy   Dr. Naman Jain “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 169- 179 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
55. Fabrication and characterization of aluminum based composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles Mr. Amit Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 180- 188 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
56. Fabrication and characterization of aluminum based composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles   Mr. Manish Arya “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 180- 188 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
57. Fabrication and characterization of aluminum based composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles Dr. Naman Jain “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 180- 188 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
58. A state of art on hard facing processes and base materials used in steel Mr. Rahul Tyagi “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 189- 194 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
59. A state of art on Hard facing processes and base materials used in steel   Mr. Rahul Sharma “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 189- 194 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
60. A review of recent applications of supercritical fluid circulation loops for nuclear reactor   Mr. Santosh Kumar Rai “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 195- 204 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
61. Conceptualization, design and development of the football bladder making machine under the concept of industry 4.0 Mr. Usman Ali “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 218- 222 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
62. Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation Mr. Vipin Sharma “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 223- 228 ISSN0973-49- 54 2018
63. Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD  simulation Dr. Pardeep Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 223- 228 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
64. Optimization of abrasive flow finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation Mr. Sandeep Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 223- 228 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
65. Optimization of abrasive flow  finishing process parameters for two 2 dimensional mixture models using CFD simulation   Mr. H.C. Bhatia “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 223- 228 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
66. Risk evaluation prior to green manufacturing implication Mr. Vikrant Giri “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 233- 237 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
67. Risk evaluation prior to green manufacturing implication Mr. Shashi Prakash “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 233- 237 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
68. CFD investigated energy and exergy analysis of solar air heat having isosceles right triangle rib on absorber plate Mr. Indrajit Kumar “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”     pp. 244- 249 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018
69. Effect of TIG and MIG welding on microstructural and mechanical properties: a state of art Dr. S.K. Shukla “Ist international Conference on Mechanical Innovation and Emerging Trends”   pp. 83-90 ISSN 0973-49- 54 2018

 

Advanced Automation and Industry 4.0 Center

Objective: To provide an industry-oriented platform in the campus, imparting technical education on automation and producing self-reliant, self-sufficient automation engineers, capable of meeting new industrial challenges. Experts from FESTO and other automation/control technology providers like SIEMENS have been imparting hands-on training to the following faculty members of the department, as shown in Table 2.2.4(a). Trained faculty members further employ train-the-trainer methodology for imparting theoretical and hands-on training of the students.

The Advanced Automation and Industry 4.0 center is engaged in the following activities:

  • Training (incorporated in regular time-table)
  • Winter/ summer training (intensive mode)
  • Consultancy projects for local MSMEs (low-cost industrial automation solutions)
  • Student projects
  • Guest lecturers/hands-on training by industry experts
  • Field projects and Industrial visits

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Student training modules in Advanced Automation and Industry 4.0
SS. No. Semester Training Module Duration in Hrs. (hr/week) or (hr/day)
01 3rd FESTO -P111 Basic Pneumatics 20 2 hrs/week
02 4th FESTO - P122 Advanced Pneumatics 20 2 hrs/week
03 Summer break after 4th semester FESTO – EP211 Basic Electro-Pneumatics 40 6 hrs/day
04 5th FESTO – EPA311 Electro-Pneumatic Automation with PLC 30 2 hrs/week
05 Winter break after 5th semester FESTO – M711 Mechatronics for Factory Automation 30 6 hrs/day
06 7th Introduction to Industry 4.0 24 3 hrs/week

Centre of Excellence BOSCH

Objective: To provide a state-of-art facility in automotive technologies where students learn practical application of automotive technologies, understand aspects related to maintenance and troubleshooting of automotive components and sub-assemblies; undergo hands-on project-oriented learning utilizing systems approach. The major activities of the Center of Excellence BOSCH are summarized as below:

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  • Intensive workshop-mode training is conducted during summer/winter vacations.
  • Joint-certification provided by BOSCH and MIET.
  • Students are provided with complete study material, gloves and overall (DANGRI).
  • Industrial Visit is proposed on the last day or in between training days in an automobile company.
  • The entire practical sessions are conducted on Bosch Machines and test cars (HONDA CITY and Esteem).
  • Engine overhauling is performed on Maruti Suzuki Zen and Esteem MPFI.
  • Trainers are from MIET followed by expert hands-on sessions at Automobile Training Academy, Greater Noida and BOSCH India Ltd. Regional Training Center, Faridabad.

Faculty Incharge:  Mr. Ankur Verma  SPoC (ME)

Student training modules in Centre of Excellence BOSCH
S.No MODULE CONTENTS DURATION
1. Tool box meet Introduction and handling of various hand tools and power tools with their application , safety and maintenance 1 day/6hrs
2. Automotive Engines and Handling(4-stroke Petrol) Introduction, construction and overhauling procedure of multi-cylinder petrol engines. Inspection of various parts of an engine. Imparting knowledge of trouble shooting and diagnostics. 4 days/24 hrs
3. Basic Course on Diesel Fuel Injection System Introduction to diesel engines, Fuel injection systems Calibration and testing of fuel injectors Assembly/Disassembly of fuel pumps 4days/24hrs
4. Under-carriage Training Introduction to various parts such as Suspension, steering and exhaust system of vehicle. Overhauling and inspection of all the parts present under –carriage 3days/18hrs
5. Automotive Electrical and Electronics Introduction to various electrical components such as battery, alternator, starter motor etc. Assembly, disassembly, inspection and testing of starter motors and alternators. Introduction Of ECM and various sensors and actuators present in recent automobiles. 4days/24hrs
6. Engine Fault Diagnosis Diagnosis and remedy of various error codes in a vehicle using ECU scanner. 1day/6hrs
7. Automotive Air Conditioning Introduction of HVAC system of a vehicle. Assembly, disassembly and servicing of car air-conditioning system. 2days/12hrs
8. Research and development Effects of compression ratio on performance parameters of diesel engine. Recent technologies in automobile sector. Various alternative fuels used in vehicle 2days/12 hrs
9. Industrial Visit BOSCH Regional Training Center, Faridabad 1day

Centre of Excellence SAP

Objective: With an objective of skill enhancement of students in SAP, so as to increase scope in future career functions and domains related to manufacturing and services sectors as Next Generation SAP Business Suite. Through our University Alliance with SAP, well trained faculty members are there to deliver content and train students on functional and technical modules. 

  • Training is run concurrently with regular classes of the semester.
  • Introduced in 5th semester and training is concluded at the end of 6th semester.
  • Expert resource persons conduct specialized sessions on-line and in person.
  • ERPSim is a real-time simulation of business functions, students participate in teams.
  • Expert lectures on SAP best practices and benchmarks, sustainable businesses and environment, challenges from climate change and other relevant topics are delivered by experts.
Student training modules in Centre of Excellence SAP
S.No MODULE Total Training Duration (hrs.) DURATION (hrs./week)
1. Sales and distribution 8 (5 th Sem) 2
2. Material management 8 (5 th Sem) 2
3. Warehouse management 8 (5 th Sem) 2
4. Production planning 12 (6 th Sem) 2
5. ERPsim (Business simulation for SAP ERP) 12 (6 th Sem) 2

Centre for Engineering Design & Analysis

Objective: Computer aided design (CAD) and Computer aided engineering (CAE) using latest tools are essential components of mechanical engineering practice. The Mechanical Engineering Department has established dedicated infrastructure (academic licence/necessary computing hardware) to enable training of students. Capabilities acquired in CAD/CAE, through extensive hands-on practice, help students in their projects, research and career progression. Table 2.2.4(k) outlines the acquisition of software/hardware covering both the domains of CAD/CAE by the department. Faculty of the department has undergone regular and extensive training in these domains by industry experts, invited from nearby design/ancillary/automation/tool-room units. CAD is initiated at the second year level and students of third year start with CAE (structural/thermal/CFD).

CAD/CAE infrastructure at Department of Mechanical Engineering, MIET
S. No. Software Session Acquired No. of Seats Industry Partner/Service Provider
1 SOLIDEDGE (SIEMENS) 2016-17 100 Sapcon Systems New Delhi
2 FEMAP (SIEMENS) 2017-18 25 Sapcon Systems New Delhi
3 NX (SIEMENS) 2018-19 25 Sapcon Systems New Delhi
4 ANSYS R-19 (FEM/CFD) on 25 nos. 4 core CPUs 2019-20 25 Entuple Technologies, Bengaluru
Student training modules (CAD) Centre for Engineering Design & Analysis
S.No MODULE Total Training Duration (hrs.) DURATION (hrs./week)
1. SOLIDEDGE 2D Drafting 4 2
2. SOLIDEDGE 3D Modeling 20 2
3. SOLIDEDGE Advanced Commands 8 2
4. SOLIDEDGE Assembly- Machine Drawing 24 2
5. NX CAD Advanced 40 2
Student training modules (CAE) Centre for Engineering Design & Analysis
S.No MODULE Total Training Duration (hrs.) DURATION (hrs./week)
1. FEM Analysis- Basics of discretization 2 2
2. 1-D Beam and Link Elements 2 2
3. 1-D Truss Elements 4 2
4. 2-D Shell Elements 4 2
5. 2-D Axis Symmetric Elements 4 2
6. 2-D Bending of Beams (SFD/BMD) 4 2
7. 1-D Heat Transfer 4 2
8. Natural Frequency of Vibration 4 2
9. Contact Analysis 4 2
10. Non-Linear Analysis 4 2
11. Introduction to FLUENT 4 2
12. Mixing of Fluids 4 2
13. Turbulent Flow 4 2
14. Flow over Aerofoil 4 2

 

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S. No. Title of Book/Book Chapter Name of Author Year & ISBN No. DOI Publisher
1. Lifecycle Assessment of Thermoplastic and Thermosetting Bamboo Composites/ In book: Bamboo Fiber Composites - Processing, Properties, and Applications Dr. Naman Jain 2020 DOI: 10.1007/978-981-15-8932-4_10 Part of the Composites Science and Technology , Springer Publisher
2. Modeling and Simulation in Polymer Coatings/ In book: Polymer Coatings: Technologies and Applications Dr. Naman Jain 2020 DOI: 10.1201/9780429199226-16 CRC Press (Taylor & Francis)
3. Mechanism, Anti-Corrosion Protection and Components of Anti-Corrosion Polymer Coatings/ In book: Polymer Coatings: Technologies and Applications Dr. Naman Jain 2020 DOI: 10.1201/9780429199226-16 CRC Press (Taylor & Francis)
4 “Performance Analysis of CI Engine Powered with Simarouba GlaucaL.Biodiesel Fuel” Mr. Ankur Verma May 2020, Page 41-50, ISBN978- 981-15-4330-2 https://doi.or g/10.1007/97 8-981-15- 4331-9 Advances in Materials Engineering and Manufacturing Processes, Springer Nature
5 “Performance Analysis of CI Engine Powered with Simarouba GlaucaL.Biodiesel Fuel” Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat May 2020, Page 41-50, ISBN978- 981-15-4330-2 https://doi.or g/10.1007/97 8-981-15- 4331-9 Advances in Materials Engineering and Manufacturing Processes, Springer Nature
6 “Performance Analysis of CI Engine Powered with Simarouba GlaucaL.Biodiesel Fuel” Mr. Mohd. Mustufa Saify May 2020, Page 41-50, ISBN978- 981-15-4330-2 https://doi.or g/10.1007/97 8-981-15- 4331-9 Advances in Materials Engineering and Manufacturing Processes, Springer Nature
7 Surface modification techniques for the preparation of different novel bio fibers for composites In book: Bio fibers and Biopolymers for Bio composites:Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties Dr. Naman Jain 2020; ISBN 978-3-030- 40301-0 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030- 40301-0_1 Publisher: Springer Nature
8 Combustion Characteristics and Behavior of Agricultural Biomass Materials Dr. Swapan Suman 28 Jan 2020; ISBN 978-1- 83880-737-5 (Accepted) Web of Science: InTechOpen Publisher London
9 Combustion Characteristics and Behavior of Agricultural Biomass Materials Dr. Awani Bhushan 28 Jan 2020; ISBN 978-1- 83880-737-5 (Accepted) Web of Science: InTechOpen Publisher London
10 Combustion Characteristics and Behavior of Agricultural Biomass Materials Mr. Nomendra Tomar 28 Jan 2020; ISBN 978-1- 83880-737-5 (Accepted) Web of Science: InTechOpen Publisher London
Book/Book Chapter Published (CAY 2018-19)
S. No. Title of Book/Book Chapter Name of Author Year & ISBN No. DOI Publisher
1 Light weight grapheme composite materials In book: Lightweight Polymer Composite Structures: Design and Manufacturing Techniques Dr. Naman Jain 2019; ISBN 9780367199203 NA Publisher: CRC Press (Taylor & Francis)
2 Designing and Modeling of Lightweight Polymer Composite Structures In book: Lightweight Polymer Composite Structures: Design and Manufacturing Techniques Dr. Naman Jain 2019; ISBN 9780367199203                NA Publisher: CRC Press (Taylor & Francis)
3 Mechanical CAD Parts Recognition for Industrial Automation Dr. Tushar Jain Smart Computing and Informatics. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol. 78.Springer, Singapore Vol 78pp. 341-349 2018 DOI https://doi.or g/10.1007/97 8-981-10- 5547-8_35 Springer, Singapore
4 Investigation On Surface Roughness During Finishing Of Al-6061 Hybrid Composites Tube With Traces Of Rare Earth Metals Using Magnetic Abrasive Flow Machining AIMTDR 201 Mr. Vipin Kumar Sharma 2018; ISBN: 978-981- 329-471-4 10.1007/978- 981-32-9471- 4_40 International Journal/Book Chapter

 

S. No. Subject Code Name of Subject Name of Faculty Video No. Title of Video Video_Link
1 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 1 velocity and acceleration of slider analytical method
2 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 2 force analysis
3 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 3 Numerical problem on force analysis
4 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 4 Turning moment diagram
5 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 5 FLywheel
6 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 6 Balancing of rotating mass
7 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 7 Balancing of rotating mass (graphical method)
8 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 8 Balancing of rotating mass (Analytical method)
9 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 9 Balancing of reciprocating mass Part-1
10 RME-602 Theory of Machine Dr. Naman Jain 10 Balancing of reciprocating mass Part-2
11 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 1 Gear train
12 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 2 Epicyclic gear train
13 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 3 Balancing of Rotating Masses
14 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 4 Balancing of Rotating Masses- Numerical
15 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 5 Balancing of Rociprocating Masses- Part 1
16 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 6 Balancing of Rociprocating Masses- Part 2
17 RME-602 Theory of machines Dr. Saumya Shah 7 Balancing of Reciprocating Masses- Numerical
18 RME-061 RAC Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 1 Introduction to Air-Conditioning
19 RME-061 RAC Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 2 psychometric properties
20 RME-061 RAC Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 3 psychometric properties and Numerical
21 RME-061 RAC Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 4 Numerical
22 RME-061 RAC Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 5 Use of Psychrometric Chart and Numerical
23 RME-061 RAC Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 6 Evaporative Cooling
24 KME-401 Applied Thermodynamics Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 1 Lec 01 Compressor
25 KME-401 Applied Thermodynamics Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 2 Lec 02 Compressor ATD
26 KME-401 Applied Thermodynamics Dr. Kamal Singh rawat 3 Lec 01 Unit-04 Nozzle
27 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 1 Lec 01 Bearing introduction, Classification and types of rolling contact bearing
28 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 2 Lec 02 Static and dynamic load carrying capacity of bearing, life of bearing
29 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. GaurangDeep 3 Lec 03 Numerical Based on selection of bearing from manufacturer catalouge
30 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 4 Lec 04 Design of Bearing based on cyclic load and Variable speed
31 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 5 Lec 05 Reliability of bearing
32 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 6 Lec 01 Sliding Contact Bearing
33 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 7 Lec 02 Sliding Contact Bearing
34 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 8 Lec 03 Sliding Contact Bearing
35 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 9 Lec 04 Sliding Contact Bearing
36 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 10 Lec 05 Sliding Contact Bearing
37 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 11 UNIT 2 Lec 01 Bevel Gear Introduction and Terminology
38 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 12 UNIT 2 Lec 02 Design of Bevel Gear
39 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 13 UNIT 2 Lec 03 Worm Gear Terminology
40 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 14 UNIT 2 Lec 04 Design of Worm Gear
41 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 15 UNIT 5 Lec 01 Design of Cylinder
42 RME-603 Machine Design - II Mr. Gaurang Deep 16 UNIT 5 Lec 02 Design of Piston
43 RME-061 RAC Mr. Nitesh Kumar 1 Lec 01 Refrigerant
44 RME-061 RAC Mr. Nitesh Kumar 2 Lec 02 Vapourabosorptionrefrigeartion system
45 RME-061 RAC Mr. Nitesh Kumar 3 Lec 03 ideal COP of VARS actual ammonia water system and Li-Br -water system
46 RME-061 RAC Mr. Nitesh Kumar 4 Lec 04 Entalpyconcenttraion and temperature concentraion diagram
47 RME-061 RAC Mr. Nitesh Kumar 5 Lec 05 Numerical problem on Vapour absorption refrigeartionsysytem
48 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 1 Intercooling in Gas Turbine
49 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 2 AKTU 2017-18, Numerical Based on Intercooling in Gas Turbine
50 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 3 Brayton Cycle with Combination of Regeneration, Reheating and Gas Turbine  
51 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 4 Numerical Problem (Combined Regeneration+Reheating+Intercooling)
52 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 5 GATE NUMERICAL PROBLEMS-Part 1
53 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 6 Quiz Solution and Doubt session
54 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 7 Lecture -1, ATD (Unit-1, IC Engine Terminology)
55 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 8 Lecture - 2, Otto Cycle (Unit-1)
56 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 9 Lecture-3, AKTU-NUMERICAL (2018-19), Otto Cycle (Unit-1)
57 KME-401 ATD Mahendra Singh 10 Lecture-4, Diesel Cycle (Unit-1)
58 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 1 Unit 4: Fundamentals fo joining process, classification of welding
59 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 2 Unit 4: Gas welding basics, equipment, processes
60 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 3 Unit 4: Gas welding Part 2
61 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 4 Unit 4: Arc Welding Basics, Equipment, Principle
62 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 5 Unit 4: TIG, MIG, SAW, SMAW
63 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 6 Unit 4: Atomic hydrogen welding, Plasma Arc welding, Resistance welding
64 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 7 Unit 4: Distortions and defects in welding
65 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 8 Unit 4: Soldering, Brazing, HAZ
66 KME 403 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ankit Sharma 9 Unit 5: Fundamentals and classification of unconventional machining processes
67 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 1 Lecture 01: UNIT III Inventory Control
68 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 2 Lecture -02  (Models of inventory control)
69 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 3 Lecture -03  ABC, VED analysis
70 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 4 Lecture-04 SQC & Control Chart
71 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 5 Lecture-05 TQM
72 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 6 Lecture-06 Project network analysis, CPM
73 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 7 Lecture-07 PERT
74 RAS-601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Madhur Kumar Dubey 8 Lecture-08 Project crashing and resource Leveling
75 RME603 Machine Design - II Dr. Ansar Ali 1 Selection of bearing from maufacturers catalog, cyclic load applied on rolling contact bearing
76 KME-402 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Mudit Sharma 1 Lecture no 1: Simple stress and strain
77 KME-402 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Mudit Sharma 2 Lecture no 2: Poisson's Ratio
78 KME-402 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Mudit Sharma 3 Lecture no 3: Stress/strain curve
79 KME-402 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Mudit Sharma 4 Lecture no 4: Factor of safety