STUDENTS
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Ripul Bhutani 2010 B.Tech Repositioning of Human Body Models
Shashank Sharma 2010 B.Tech Repositioning of Human Body Models
The mesh generation stage in a finite element (FE) problem Involving complex geometries is not only cumbersome, but also time consuming. Automotive safety engineering has heavily relied on A nthropomorphic Testing Devices(ATD) for evaluation of injury measures which are now on the threshold of being replaced by FE models is limited only to standard occupant or pedestrian postures. In real life however, the body can be in various postures such as standing, walking, running or jogging. Compromises due to non-availability of FE models for different postures may lead to erroneous conclusions and may limit the use of these models. This study reprts a methodology to generate anatomically correct postures of existing human body finite element models whicle maintaining their mesh quality. the developed method is based on computer graphics techniques and permits control over the kinematics followed by the bones. A graphical interface has been developed to implement the said methodology. This software will be employed in crash simulations, with the occupant placed in different postures. This is a big step towards out of position crash simulations and injury prediction as all the simulations done up to now have employed one standard sitting posture of the occupant.
Anil kumar 2010 M.Tech Rate Effects In Bone Loading
Computer simulations are cost effective as compared to full-scale crash tests and alos provede a great deal of information that is frequently unavailable from full-scale crash testing. A well-developed human body model helps in understnding injury mechanisms and also helps to know the effect of modifications made to vehicles. Efficient human body model development requires detailed modeling of the geometry of the human body, extensive tissue and bone properties. This theses is focused on determining dynamic mechanical properties of shoulder bones especially at the strain rates of 50-200 s-1 . Analytical procedure is given for initial estimation of strain rate. Comparison of analytical results with simulation results were done on BayblendT65 material. Analytifally strain rates were estimated for shoulder bones. Deywords: Three point bending impact test, shoulder bones, Young's modulus, strain rate and Finite element simulations.
Shiv Kumar R Iyer 2001 M.Tech Issues In Dummy Modeling For Car-Motorcycle Crash Simulations
Motorcyclists are road-users with a higher risk than the car occupants. In crash safety research, there is a strong increase in the use of computer simulations in the last two decades. This is due to the fast developments in computer hardware and software, and the development of reliable databases describing the human body in an impact situation. Also numerous validation studies have been conducted using these databases. If mathematical models can be shown reliable, they offer a very economical and versatile method for the analysis of the crash response of complex dynamicsl systems in addition to or in some cases even to substitute for the ecpermental research. Work has been done in the area of car-Motorcycle impact simulations and the models of car and motorcycle have already been validated. The human body model used in these simulatrions was the Hybrid III model while experiments were carried out using a Motorcyclest Anthropometric Test Device (MATD) which is the desirable model for a motorcyclist. Hence with this project issues in dummy modeling for car-motorcycle simulation is initiated. In this project, first a code is developed to bring the MATD model close to the ecperimentally measure co-ordinates. The positioning of the dummy model is very critical as it affects the kinematics and dynamics of the rider. Till now the positioning of the dummy model was done by trial and error. Hence automation of this process was essential to quantify and minimize the error present between the ecperimental points and the corresponding points on the dummy. the problem involves the determination of the joint variables, given the co-ordinated of the dummy measured experimentally with respect to a reference coordinate system. this is the key problem, because independent variables in human being are joint variables; this problem is will known in robotics and is called the inverse-kinematics problem. In such cases, given the experimental co-ordinates of the MATD dummy, the code computes the necessary joint angles and orientations for different parts of the body to put the specified parts in the desired positions. A MATLAB program has been developed to minimize the error and sets of transformations are obtained as output from the program, which reorients the model from its reference position to the seating position of the motorcyclist. secondly, changes are made in the pelvis of the existing HYBRID III model to resemble that of a MATD model. of the motorcyclist. Secondly changes are made in the pelvis of the existing HYBRID III model to resemble that of a MATD model .
Joel Keishing 2010 M.Tech Micro-Drop System
Compter simulations are cost effective as compared to full-scale crash tests, and also provide a great deal of information that is frequently unavailable from full-scale crash testing. A will-developed human body model helps in understanding injury mechanisms and also helps to know the effect fo modifications made to vehicles. this thesis is focused on determining dynamic mechanical properties of cancellous bones specially at the strain rates of 130-175/s. For this rate characterization of compressive properties of cancellous bones Micro-drop System is used. Cylindrical specimens of 4-6 mm diameter and 1.5-2 mm thickness from cancellous bones are taken for experiment. The young's moduli are calculated from linear portion of stress-strain curves.
Pankaj Pawar 2010 M.Tech Design and Development of Delta configuration based Micro-Actuation system
Micro actuation systems are needed for micro component integration. The motivation to conduct this activity is to automate the grasping process and thus enable micro-handing. The idea of present work is to develop a manipulation system of size similar to our hand for handling small objects and should be scalable to handle micro components. the target size of objects would be within optical range (maximum major dimension: 1mm and minor dimension: 0.1 mm). Workspace of the manipulator of maximum cubical dimensions (10cm x 10 x 10cm) is decided on the basis on anthropometry of our finger. A design where all motors are on the fixed base of manipulator is suggested which is known as DELTA configuration. Serial manipulators are not appropriate because of their limited rigidity and need for carrying motors at each junction. among paralles manipulators, DELTA configuration is suited to requirement of micro actuation system, as it has static actuators, high stiffness, and small mass of links and potentially higher accuracy in comparison to serial manipulators. This thesis follows the work done by Arora 2009. It covers the dynamic modeling and validation of the Delta manipulator. It also states the limitation of the manipulator at micro levels and thus suggests the replacement of revolute joints with flexure hinges. It covers the design of flexure hinges and manufacturing method to integrate the flexure hinges with rigid links. To study the dynamic behavior of DELTA configuration with flexure hinges a Pseudo-Rigid-Body model of the structure is developed. This model considets the flexure hinges as torsionsl springs mounted at the pin joints in plsce of only revolute joints. However, this approach has another linitation that is ignores the accurate deflection in flexure joints. So, another classical approach is suggested at the end of the work which considets the deflection of joints, while defining the dynamics of the system. the approach uses Lagrange's equation of motion and it computes the kinetic and potential energy for the flexures as will as for rigid links while deals with dynamics.

Key words: Delta configuration, Manipulator, Dynamics, Flexible-Rigid-Body model, Pseudo-Rigid-Body model, compliant mechanisms, Flexure Hinges.

Debasis Sahoo 2010 M.Tech Effect of Road Devider Design on Motorcycle Stability
A methodology to simulate the interaction between a motorcycle and road dividers presented. An accurate precise tire model is of great importance to predict the motorcycle dynamics accurately. In this study a composite model of tire is made to assess the effect ot diffetent layups, section shapes and bias angles on ride and handling characteristics. The methodology for validation of tire model uses the cornering properties to represent the dynamic behaviour of tire. the modelling is done in HYPERMESH and the simulations are conducted in LD-DYNA. Simulations were conducted to estimate the response of tires when encountering surface discontinuities of varying profitles. A 100 cc motorcycle is modelled in FE and simulation conducted with four standard road divider profiles at varying speeds and angle of approach. The torque on the handle bar was calculated from the lateral force exerted on the tire and evaluated against the ergonomic torque limit of a ridet to estimate the stability of motorcycle.

Keywords: LS-DYNA, HYPERMESH, cornering properties, lateral force, composite tire model.

Raghu Vamsi Kanugula 2010 M.Tech Crash Reconsturction Using Multi Body Simulation and Otimization Technique
Crash is a rare, unplanned and severe accident event. The crash reconsturction is the scientific process of investigating, analyzing and drawing conclusions about the vauses and events during a vehicle collision. Reconsturction is done for the identify the collision causation and contributionfactors. These results are useful for better crash worthiness.
Severe occupant lower extremity injuries occur primarily in vehicle-vehicle frontal crashes. The projeect world establish a methodology to simulate real life road accidents and correlate lower extremity injury locations and predictions with known injury and accident data. First stage of the project was accident data collection at the Birmingham Automotive safety Centre, University of Birmingham, UK. In the second stage understanding of the accident reconstruction methodologies of passenger cars, review of lower extremity injury mechanisms and associated injury criteria. in the third stage crash case was reconsturcted by using multi body system occupant and car models to acquire the lower extremity impact conditions in MADYMOTM. Optimization method was applied to simulation process to find optimum value of the variables such as vehicle speed, occupant position and orientation to reach the required probability of injury to the lower extremities.

Key words: vehicle-vehicle crash reconstruction, lower extremity injuries, FFC,TI.

Dhaval Ashvinkumar Jani 2010 Ph.D. Repositioning the Knee and the Hip Joints in Human Body Finite Element Model for Impact Simulations
Human body Finite Element Models are capable of providing a comprehensive understanding of human impact response, injury mechanism and human tolerances. An accurate estimation of effect of interaction of body parts is possible only if the model being used for the simulation is reoriented to a range of postures representative of humans in real life. The present thesis contributes to the development of a methodology for repositioning human body models and demonstrated on the knee and the hip joint of human body finite element models.
A methodology based on geometrical transformations and mesh mapping has been coded in Visual C++ AND OpenGLĀ®. While elemental volume is preserved during repositioning, a mesh smoothing algorithm manages mesh quality. Time taken to reposition to postures configurable with the knee joint and hip joint is of the order of a minute.
stability and suitability of the repositioned model for dynamic finite element simulations, evaluated for impacts on different regions have been used to establish robustness of the algorithm. Bariation due to knee flexure, hip abduction and adduction show significance differences in terms of reaction forces and estimates of injuries sustained from orthogonal foam-cushioned impacts.
An efficient method to reposition the knee joint and hip joint of human body finite element model has been developed, and demonstrated. The method allows control over the bone kinematics to ensure the anatomical consistency of the posture produced. Repositioned models are suitable and stable for dynamic finite element simulations without mesh editing.
Anurag Soni 2009 Ph.D. A Study on the Effects o Muscle Contraction on the Lower Extremity Response in Car-Pedestrian Crashes
Current understanding of human lower limb response, especially the knee joint, in car-pedestrian crashes is based on the results of cadaver tests or equivalently, simulations with passive lower limb finite element models. Howerver, real world car-pedestrian accidents involve live human body. (with muscles contracting), and not a cadaver. the effects of muscle contraction on the lower limb response in a crash thus have not been studied so far.
This thesis investigates the effects of active muscle forces on the response of knee joint when the lower extremity is subjected to impact. For this, a lower limb finite element model with 42 active muscles has been developed. Here, active muscles, assuming straight line action from origin to insertion, have been modeled using I-D bar elements. To simulate muscle contraction, Hill muscle model has been assigned to muscle bar element. Finite element simulations of impact loading have then been performed in PAM-CRASHTM, an explicit solver, and the response of the lower limb in various car-pedestrian crash scenarios has beem investigated. it is indicated that activation of muscles potentially modifies ligament and bone loading during a car-pedestrian impact. Hence, it was concluded that effects of active muscle forces should be considered in pedestrian studies.
B. Karthikeyan 2009 Ph.D. Characterization of the Compressive Impact Response of Muscles
Human body kinematics is influenced by skeletal muscles during impact. The objective of this theses is to establish a methodology to characterize the compressive-impact response of human muscles experimentally and to imentify a suitable material model for representing the behavior of muscles under impact conditions.
On reviewing the literature on material properties of muscles a lack of dynamic material properties of muscles for use in finite element (FE) human body models was identified. Three experimental setups, namely, a quasi-static test setup, an impact gun and a split Hopkinson pressure bar test setup were developed for conducting tests on small muscle specimens covering a wide range of strain rates from 0.01/s. Experiments were conducted for different strain rates on both human and goat muscles and their responses were obtained. Different muscles in human body were observed to behave differently undet compression and therfore it was concluded that FE human body models need muscle specific material data.
Finally, the application of strain rate dependent muscle material models proposed in this thesis has been demonstrated through simulation of impact response of human lower extremity.
The outcome of this work would contribute significantly in evolving biofidelic FE human models, to protect vulnerable road users (VRU).
Gawade Tushar Rajaram 2004 Ph.D. Rollover Stability and Safety Analysis of Three-Wheeled Vehicles
One of the problems commonly associated with Three-Wheeled Vehicles (TWVs) is that of overturning during maneuvers. This reputation is largely anecdotal and there is little quantitative statistical or vehicle dynamics evidence in the publec domain to support this assumption. Rollover investigation for a TWV using standard rollover maneuvers has not been reported earlier in literature. The first aim of the dissertation is to fill the gap in analysis in this area.
Most of the safety features have been researched and developed for four-wheelers. There is need to investigate the TWVs for safety related aspects to come up with useful data, which could be analyzed for improving TWV design and this forms the second aim of the dissertation.
A spatial six degrees of freedom mathematical model of a TWV has been constructed. The rigid body model of TWV includes a suspension, compliant tires and can account for lateral forces due to cornering stiffness and roling resistance at the tire-road interface. The mathematical methodology presented integrates the Newton-Euler equations explicitly without linearisation and hence valid for large displacement analysis. Using the ordinary differential equations solver in MATLABĀ®, the equations of motion for rigid body simulation of TWV have been solved. The heave mode of the mathematical model is validated against the experimental results of bump pass problem and the lateral steady state behavior is validated by simulation of steady state circular test.
The rollover stability analysis has been carried out using the hybrid simulation approach, in which the wheel lift is detected through the rigid body simulations and the post wheel lift simulaations have been conducted using finite element software, PAM-CRASHTM. The rigid body rollover maneuvers simulated use the standardized procedures that are consistent with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) light vehicle rollover research program. The two-wheel left phenomenon in case of experimentation is replace by the reaction at the inner wheel approaching to zero. This has been used as the rollover threshold. The state variables at the rollover threshold, is an initial input to the finite element model of TWV.
The inner wheel lift occurs in NHTSA J-turn at a velocity of 6.83 m/s and in Road Edge Recovery maneuver at 7.61 m/s. However, TWV does not rollover to its side except in unusual circumstances like a depression faced by front wheel while negotiating a turn with high rate of steer. During the roll of the TWV body, the bottom portion of the front shield acts like an ortrigger, that is, it hits the ground and the wheels restore the contact with the ground.
To analyze rollover safety of TWV occupants, the IS/ISO standards have been used to model the clearance envelopes for occupants and to conduct the static tests on protective structure of TWV. The acceptance standard for protective structure is that no sturctural part should intrude into the clearance envelopes during loading. A safe design of the TWV structure with addition of some structural members and strengthening of existing members leads to an increase in the mass of TWV by about 33% of its overall mass.
The sensitivity analysis of center of gravity location in longitudinal vertical plane, varying number of passengers and varying size of TWV has been evaluated with respect to rollover stability. If the centre of gravity moves downwards and rearwards, the rollover stability improves. A TWV with a driver and a passengers at the meddle of passenger seat is the optimum loading in case of varying number of passengers. A TWV with the track width 1.44m, wheelbase 2 m and a row of backward facing passengers is the better scale-up configuration from rollover perspective.
Ved Prakash Dutta 2005 Ph.D. Studies in Genetic Algorithm based Model Updating and Structural Dynamic Modification for Dynamic Design in Mechanical Systems
Dynamic design aims at obtaining desired dynamic characteristics of products, equipment and structures by determining the optimal shape, size, configuration, materials and manufacturing processes. Specified dynamic characteristics may include reduced vibration and noise levels, shifting of natural frequencies for avoidance of resonances, enhanced dynamic stability and desired mode shapes. Research and development in the area of dynamic design involve use of technologies namely Modal Testing, System Identification, Model Updating and Structural Dynamic Modification [SDM]. Though ther have been extensive applications of genetic Algorithms [GA] for static design of structures, its potential has not been explored for various research issues connected with applications to SDM and Model Updating for conducting dynamic design.
The present work deals with the GA based SDM and Model Updating for conducting dynamic design of structures. The GA algorithm is explained and its efficacy in identification of the peak response of a single degree of freedom [SDOF] model of vibrating systems is validated. A two degree of freedom [2DOF] system is considered for GA based SDM. it is observed that GA based SDM gives better result then sensitivity based SDM in terms of lower error in modified frequency and lower cost function. A GA based method, GMUA which formulates Model Updating problem as an optimisation problem is proposed to optimise the selected updating parameters. The proposed method of GMUA is validated by using simulated complete and incomplete dynamic data. A simulated case study of a fixed-fixed beam structure is considered to evaluate GMUA. The simulated data is gererated by introducing known discrepancies in the thickness of the beam elements.
A case of FE Model Updating of an undamped model of an F-shape structure is consideted. This F-shape structure resembles the structure of a drilling or milling machine tool. The structure is assembled from square cross section beam members by one welded and two bolted connections. An FE model of the structure with joints treated as rigid connections is constructed. An undamped eigenvalue problem is set up and solved to obtain an analytical estimate of natural frequencies and mode shapes for model updating purposes.
The updated FE models obtained for the F-shape structure using GA based Model Updating are evaluated for their suitability in dynamic design by verifying that they predict accurately the changes in the dynamic characteristics due to design modifications. Cases of mass and beam modifications, the typical modifications that a designer would like to introduce, are considered.
A study of optimal design of a milling machine structure using GA is considered. FA search is employed for search configuration of a milling machine structure to minimise forces transmitted undet various cutting conditions first used to identify the maximum forces generated by milling processes undet variojus cutting conditions. These forces are then the limiting factors in the design of the structures of the milling machine. GA optimises the sizes of the machine structure to minimise a function, which is a measure of the forces on machine structure. GA is used further to find the optimal structure to minimize receptance and weight of the structure. This study demonstrates the use of GA to optimize the machine structure considering static and dynamics of the design problem.
Name Year Class Title
Ripul Bhutani 2010 B.Tech Repositioning of Human Body Models
Shashank Sharma B.Tech
Anil kumar 2010 M.Tech Rate Effects In Bone Loading
Shiv Kumar R Iyer 2001 M.Tech Issues In Dummy Modeling For Car-Motorcycle Crash Simulations
Joel Keishing 2010 M.Tech Micro-Drop System
Pankaj Pawar 2010 M.Tech Design and Development of Delta configuration based Micro-Actuation system
Debasis Sahoo 2010 M.Tech Effect of Road Devider Design on Motorcycle Stability
Raghu Vamsi
Kanugula
2010 M.Tech Crash Reconsturction Using Multi Body Simulation and Otimization Technique
Dhaval
Ashvinkumar Jani
2010 Ph.D. Repositioning the Knee and the Hip Joints in Human Body Finite Element Model for Impact Simulations
Anurag Soni 2009 Ph.D. A Study on the Effects o Muscle Contraction on the Lower Extremity Response in Car-Pedestrian Crashes
B. Karthikeyan 2009 Ph.D. Characterization of the Compressive Impact Response of Muscles
Gawade Tushar
Rajaram
2004 Ph.D. Rollover Stability and Safety Analysis of Three-Wheeled Vehicles
Ved Prakash Dutta 2005 Ph.D. Studies in Genetic Algorithm based Model Updating and Structural Dynamic Modification for Dynamic Design in Mechanical Systems
Syed Fahad Anwar 2007 Ph.D. CFD Analysis of Flow Past a Rigid Body Executing a Genetal Two Dimensional Motion
Satish Kumar
Dewangan
2001 M.Tech CFD of A Modified Flap Wing Mechanism
Krishna Kishore
Vepakomma
2001 M.Tech Design and Calibration of a Lift Measurement Device for a Micro Air Vehicle
Shinde Dattaji
Kashinath
2001 M.Tech Design and Fabrication of Flapping Wing Mechanism for Micro Air Vehicle
Sachin Kumar 2001 M.Tech Design of Erection Methodology for Rail Mounted Ship Loader
Dileep Kumar 2001 M.Tech Finite Element Simulation of Mobile Deformable Barrier used for Car Side Impact Crash Test
Dinesh Sankla 2000 M.Tech Modelling and Analysis of an Intelligent Conveyor System
Jammy Sehgal 1999 B.Tech Rectified Kinematic Synthesis
Mohit Bhakuni 2000 B.Tech Design Tool for Planar Mechanism
Raman Choudhary
Kailash
Krishnaswamy
1998 B.Tech Development of Modules of an Automated Machine for Profile Grinding of Glass Panes.
Lala Ram Patel 2004 M.Tech Road Accident Reconstruction
Walesh Kumar 2004 M.Tech Finite Element Modeling of Rupture of Material Under Impact Loading
Abhijeet Parihar 2004 M.Tech Validation of Human Body Finite Element Models (Knee Joint) Under Impact Conditions
Girish Sharma 2004 M.Tech Finite Element Meshing of Human Bones from MRI Raw Data
Name Year Class Title
Ashish Nayak 2002 M.Tech Finite Element Modeling of the Human Forearm
Mallikarjun Metri 2002 M.Tech Finite Element Modeling of the Human Forearm
Jitendra Prasad
Khatait
2002 M.Tech Design of a Compliant Mechanism for Micro Aerial vehicle Application
Aswini Kumar
Panda
2002 M.Tech Development of Massively Parallel Binary Systems
Shashikant A.
Gavhane
2002 M.Tech Child Dummy Model Development for Study of Car-Child Pedestrian Impact
Sanjeev Gupta 1999 M.Tech Studies on Vibration Monitoring of Turbine Blades
Swarangi
Muralidhar
1998 M.Tech Massively Parallel Binary Systems
Dhiraj Chawla 1997 M.Tech Simulation of Active Cord Mechanism
Manae Netaji
Haribhau
1999 M.Tech Impact Helmet Modeling
T. Dharmaraju 1999 M.Tech Design and Simulation of Vertical Robot
Pankaj Dorlikar 1999 M.Tech Analysis and Fabrication of Micro-Catheter with IPMC Actuator
Kaustubh Mani 2000 M.Tech Finite Element Based Simulations of Car-Motorcycle Frontal Crashes an Initial Study
Atul S. Tayade 2000 M.Tech Modeling of Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle
S. Velladurai 2000 M.Tech Development of Mems Vibration Detector
Atul Jain 2000 M.S.(Res-earch) Dynamic Analysis and Design of Parallel Manipulators
Nikhil Ravi 2004 B.Tech Randomized Kinodynamic Planning for Traffic Simulation
Deepak Trivedi
Saurav Raaj 2004 B.Tech Bicycle Crash Modeling
Sunil Kaler
Amitayush Bahri 2004 B.Tech An Orthopaedic Model of the Human Index Finger
Anant Sudarshan
Anju Taneja 2004 B.Tech Design and Control of a Biped Walking Mechanism
Vivek Sangwan
Mayank Kumar 2005 B.Tech Multi-Fingered Grasping and Manipulation
Shashank Chahar
Suman Chandrawat 2005 B.Tech Analysis of Car-Bicycle Crashes
Varun Agrawal
Amit Kumar
Choudhari
2003 B.Tech Finite Element Modelling of Human Neck
Ankur Garg
M.V.Kartik 2003 B.Tech Impact Behavior of Viscoelastic Materials: Simulation and Experimental Verification
Puneet Bhargava
Akshiv Singhla 2003 B.Tech Design of Spherical Four Bar Mechanism to Guide wings
Rahul Gupta
Vibhor Mithal 2003 B.Tech Design and Fabrication of a Five Bar Function Generation Mechanism
Ajeet Kumar
Abhijeet Rathore 2009 Mini P Tool for Hip Surgery
Rohit Jain
Sharvil Talati
Gaurav Chopra 2002 B.Tech Analysis of Thin-Walled Cylindrical Shells Under Axial Loading
Aditya Kapoor
Abhijt Rai 2002 B.Tech Design Issues of Massively Parallel Binary Systems
Manish Kushwaha
Rajiv Kumar 2002 B.Tech Finite Element Based Crash Simulation of TSTs Using PAMCRASHTM
T.N. Swaminathan
Name Year Class Title
Gaurav Jain 2002 B.Tech Study of Crash of a Three-Wheeled Scooter Taxi with a Leg Impactor
Ujjwal Lahoti
Dipan Bose 2001 B.Tech Finite Element Analysis of Child Restraint System in Car Crash Situations
Rahul Gupta
A. Fonia 2001 B.Tech Design and Development of a Warming Device for Hypothermic Patient During Long Surgery
Sachin Bhalla 2001 B.Tech Development of Microprocessor Controlled Intake and Exhaust Valves
Jaspreet S. Dhupia
Amit Mehta 2001 B.Tech Design and Development of Light Weight Artificial Limb for Amputees
Rohit Gulati
Ravi Singh 2000 B.Tech Finding Equivalent Beam Elements for a Box Beam
Chitranshu
Srivastava
Anuj Gupta 2000 B.Tech Investigations into Microflight
Tanpreet Singh 2006 B.Tech Finite Element Mesh Operations for Simulation of Tibial Osteotomy
Vijay Jain
Prasun Bansal 2006 B.Tech Design and Fabrication of Micro-Flap Wing Mechanism
Mekala Krishnan
Manvinder Singh 2006 B.Tech Dynamic Analysis of Bicycle and Pedestrian Injuries for Various Crash Situations Using MADYMO
Rohit Dey
Gaurav Kewlani 2007 B.Tech Under Actuated Cyclic Gaits
Gurvinder Sharma
Sarabjeet Singh
Ankur Goel 2007 B.Tech Investigations into Microflight
Rohan Trivedi
C Ashish Kumar 2008 B.Tech Probabilistic Learning of 2-D Grasps
Dhawal Parate
Kalpesh Singal 2008 B.Tech Evolving Grasping Structures
Piyush Kumar
Agarwal
Vardhman Jain 2008 B.Tech Boundary Element Method (BEM) Based Study of Cardiovascular Bubbles in presence of Gravity
Navish Wadhwa
Akash Agrawal 2008 B.Tech Computer Assist in Knee Osteotomy
Aseem Suri
Arpan Gupta 2008 B.Tech Investigations into Microflights
Pulkit Agarwal
Nitish Sabharwal 2009 B.Tech Manufacturing of an artificial cartilage testing rig providing optimal flexion extension motion under constant loading
Shubham Rao
Name Year Class Title
Richa Bansal 2009 B.Tech Rollover Stabilization in Electric Vehicles
Tushar Sharma
Aryaman Tandon 2009 B.Tech Autoclavable Robot
Siddharth Khattri
Ripul Bhutani 2010 B.Tech Repositioning of Human Body Models
Shashank Sharma
Marathe Ratnakar
Shrikrishna
2005 M.Tech Material Characterization of Soft Tissues in Compression and Impact
Vinay Kumar 2005 M. Tech Studies on Vibration Monitoring of Turbine Blades
V. Pavan Kumar 2006 M.Tech Study of the IS013232 FST Side Impact Configurations Through Computer Simulations
Adity Shekhar 2006 M.Tech Material Characterization of Human Bone under Impact by Inverse Mapping in FE Simulations
Biradar Ashok
Rudragoud
2005 M.Tech Evaluation of Effectiveness of Leg Guard Bars in an Indian Motorcycle Using Computer Simulations
Shahnawazkhan S.
Pathan
2007 M.Tech Tracking the Anatomical and Mechanical Axis During Knee Surgery
Tushar S. Baviskar 2007 M.Tech Developing Methodologies For Damaged Base Accident Investigation Involving 2 Wheelers
Kanhaiya Lal Mishra 2007 M.Tech Material Characterization of live Body Organs using Inverse FEM Analysis
Sagar. S. Umale 2007 M.Tech Developing a Virtual Environment of Drilling a Bone in Wrist Surgery
Suvajyoti Guha 2007 M.Tech Design and Analysis of PICO Gas Turbine (10-100WATTS)
Shehroz Dost 2008 M.Tech Develop a wrist bone drilling simulatior using a 6-axis parallesl manipulator
Varun Grover 2008 M.Tech Car Accident Reconsturction and Head Injury Correlation
Kranthi Teja Ch 2009 M.Tech Shpb For Bones
Ganesh Ramesh
Kakade
2009 M.Tech Pedestrian-car Crash Reconsturction and Head Injury Correlation
Hemant Arora 2009 M.Tech Delta Cofiguration Based Micro Manipulation System
Anil Kumar M 2010 M.Tech Rate Effects in Bone Loading
Debasis Sahoo 2010 M.Tech Effect of Road Divider Design on Motorcycle Stability
Pankaj Pawar 2010 M.Tech Design and Development based Micro-Actuatian system
Raghu Vamsi
Kanugula
2010 M.Tech Crash Reconstruction using Multi Body Simulation and Optimiaztion Technique
Joel Keishing 2010 M.Tech Micro-Drop System