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The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 1995. Over the years, the Department has built world-class faculty and unmatched goodwill owing to the faculty’s expertise and extensive experience in teaching and industries.
The strengths of the department include student with good curricular competency, innovation project work by students, faculty retention and mentoring system. Mechanical Engineering Department has also established the Centre of Excellence in Automotive Technologies in collaboration with Bosch. This initiative bridges the gap between industry and academia by incorporating global industrial practices and technologies into the academic curriculum.
After applying for and completing mechanical engineering from MM(DU), the students will develop an ability to efficiently apply the acquired skills and knowledge, and use the imbibed techniques and tools of the discipline in actual work environment. Students will master the art of designing systems, conceptualizing components, and /or developing processes for the most current and relevant engineering technology problems.
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1.The students of Mechanical Engineering Department fabricated “ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES” a vehicle made for participating in SAE BAJA.
The objective of the project was to design and fabricate an ‘All-Terrain Vehicle.’ It was aimed to simulate a real world engineering design project and their challenges. It involves the planning and manufacturing tasks found when introducing a new product to the consumer industrial market. The primary focus was to design a single-sitter high-performance off-road vehicle that will take the ruggedness of rough roads with maximum safety and driver comfort.
To achieve the goals, students completed the tasks under different sub-heads like — Frame/Chassis, Suspension, Wheel & Tire Assembly, Steering, Brakes, Engine, Transmission, Fabrication/Body-Work. For design, analysis and optimization of various vehicle components different CAD modeling and Analysis software like Solid-Works, Pro-E, ANSYS, Lotus is being used. Initially the students went through different design manuals, SAE and other automotive industry papers to know about the standards to be adopted and most commonly used materials and fabrication processes. Once material and component was finalized, each of them was modeled using software. Some of the components like wheel hub and its assembly have been indigenously designed and manufactured, while some components were purchased from the market. All individual components were assembled to prepare a virtual model of the car. Emphasis was laid on the ergonomics of the vehicle. The roll cage was tested at 10g force and found to have a factor of safety of 2.15. Further extensive market survey was undertaken to ensure all material and components chosen could be readily available when fabricating.
2.The students of Mechanical Engineering Department fabricated “HYBRID GO KART” for participating in National Hybrid Vehicle Championship.
Any vehicle which utilizes more than one form of on-board energy to achieve propulsion would be termed as “Hybrid”. And a “Hybrid Go-kart” is small suspension fewer vehicles in which power source are conventional IC engine and High voltage electric motor. Such vehicle optimize the power from the electric drive while moving around the city traffic and accelerate / hill climb using IC engine. This also gives low fuel consumption and better mileage. In general it is proven that a hybrid engine can give a fuel economy up to 50Kms (35Km/Lit of fuel + 15 Km with full battery charged)
Main component of any Go-kart would comprise of
1. Chassis (Open, caged and straight type)
2. Steering system (Driver seat, Steering, Kingpins, Yoke, Stub Axles, wheels)
3. Transmission system (Manual / Automatic)
4. Breaking system (Crank pulley, Centrifugal clutch, speed controller)
5. Fuel type (Battery + Petrol)
Step by step process of making a Hybrid Go-kart
1. Prepare the line diagram for your model and identify all the components which would be required for making the hybrid go-kart
2. Prepare a simple and effective design of go-kart to cater and accommodate all the components
3. Fabricate the frame
4. Procure the go-kart components and start building the Go-kart as per your line diagram and design model
5. Test drive to identify any glitch in the overall assembly
6. Go Race
3.The students of Mechanical Engineering Department had fabricated “ELECTRIC SOLAR VEHICLE”.
A solar vehicle is an electrical vehicle steam-powered utterly or considerably by direct solar power. Usually, electrical phenomenon (PV) cells contained in solar panels convert the sun’s energy directly into electrical energy. Solar energy conjointly also wont to offer power for communications or controls or different auxiliary functions.
The roof of the automobile involves a solar battery consisting of many electrical phenomenon star cells changing daylight into electricity. Photovoltaic cell is formed of a skinny sheet of ultra-pure mono crystalline silicon. Once daylight hits the star panels, photons (or light-weight particles) energize the electrons among the panel which is able to drive the automobile. The electrical current is transferred to the electrical motor (brush less or brush counting on the value and also the weight) of the solar automobile once it’s in motion. Once the electrical motor is converted, this charges the battery pack. Power from the battery comes into play once conditions don’t seem to be sunny.
Solar car is very important as Clean Energy, since, electrical solar automobile is totally natural, it’s thought of a clean energies supply. It doesn’t disrupt the setting, or produce a threat to Eco-systems the manner oil and a few different energy sources would possibly do. The little quantity of impact it will wear the setting is typically from the chemicals, and solvents that square measure used throughout the manufacture of the electrical phenomenon cells that square measure required to convert the sun’s energy into electricity.