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Syed Fahad Anwar 2007 Ph.D. CFD Analysis of Flow Past a Rigid Body Executing a Genetal Two Dimensional Motion
The primary objective of this work is to develop a computational fluid dynamic tool which is computationally efficient and accurate in predicting fluid dynamics generated by or due to motion of body or boundaries. In this process, a mesh movement algorithm and an outflow boundary condition are then combined with a structured body fitted grid based flow solver for incompressible laminar flows. The computational methodology devloped herein is applied to two flow situations pertaining to bio-fluid dynamics for which results were not known earlier. The flow generated by an elliptical airfoil executing normal flapping and rowing motion for diffetent parameters are explored.
The moving mesh in the physical domain is mapped to a regular fixed mesh in the computational domain is mapped to a regular fixed mesh in the computational domain through a time dependent transformation between the physical and computational co-ordinates. The governing equations of laminar incompressible flow are transformed in the computationsl plane by incorporating the time dependent transformation which naturally accounts for the mesh velocities. The transformed equations are discretized on the structured, collocated, o-type elliptic grid using the finite defference methodology. The unsteady equations are marched in time by using a semi-implicit pressure correction (projection) scheme. Along with the time marching of the governing equations, the mesh points are also moved by utilizing the mesh velocities and the forward Euler time integration. A number of test problems, involving flows around bodies executing two dimensional translational and rotational motion have been employed to assess the robustness and accuracy of the overall computational procedure. The results of the bench mark cases show that the procedure is quite robust and yields accurate results.
This work also presents a new procedure for extrapolating velocities at the outflow boundary in the computations of incompressible flows around rigid bodies. The extrapolation procedure is based on the radial variation of the velocity field at large distances from the rigid body, which can be inferred from mass conservation and vorticity considerations. Since the extrapolation is based on these physicalconsiderations, the proposed boundary condition is considered to be physically consistent. it has been demonstrated, via numerical simulations of 2D, laminar, incompressible, viscous flow past a circular and a square cylinder at Re = 100, that the application of the proposed boundary condition allows one to limit the unbounded domain to a small size (6-8 times the characteristics like the lift coefficient (CL) and the Strouhal number (St). Thus, the proposed boundary conditions can enhance the computational effeciency of this class of flows.
The flow generated by the interaction of a fluid with a body enacting a flapping motion is investigated. Lift and Drag characteristics are calculated as a function of time and flow changes are related to the shedding of leading edge vortes (LEV). The angle of attack of the airfoil is varied from 45o and 70o and the Reynolds number (Re) is varied from 20 to 128. On the basis of vortex shedding, the flow can be divided into two regimes. In the first regime, there is no vortes shedding during the translational phase of the wing's motion from the leading edge or the trailing edge in the translationsl phase to generate a vortes street. The transition from one regime to the other occurs at Re =40. Further a new measure of efficacy id proposed which shows a maxima at Re = 60 while the steady state efficiency measure of coefficient of lift to drag ratio shows a monotonic variation. So it can be concluded that the power efficiency could be suggested as an effective measure for evaluating a wing stroke.
Elliptic airfoil model which mimics the biological locomotion is studied. The airfoil undergoes a combined plunging and translation at low Reynolds number. For a given frequency of plunging a thrust is generated when the Re exceeds a critical value (critical Reynolds number, REC). The optimal frequency which corresponds to peak thrust is found to occur at a reduced frequency parameter, Stc, of 0.7 is independent of Re. The mode of vortex shedding is same at Re = 100 and 200 for Stc = 0.7. A new mode of vortex shedding is also reported in which vortices are shed as dipoles from trailing as well as leading edge.
A study of a plunging and pitching elliptic airfoil incident with a uniform inflow is also presented. This flow situation is same as the flow generated by a translating, pitching and plunging airfoil in quiescent fluid. Numerical simulations are carried for three different set of Re and frequency. The vortices arrange themselves as a deflected von Karman wake. The flow shows no transition from periodic to quasi-periodic with an increase in pitch amplitude as the power spectrum shows periodic flow while for Re = 500, flow develops a thrust at all pitch amplitudes.
Satish Kumar Dewangan 2001 M.Tech CFD of A Modified Flap Wing Mechanism
In this thesis work, analysis of flapping wing mechanism for hovering flight has been carried out. In this context, Weis-Fogh has proposed this mechanism from study of the flight of insect Encarsia Formossa. The motivation behind it is to propose a suitable wing kinematics for Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) flight. It uses clap - fling -flip phase for enhanced aerodynamic performance. Out of these, fling phase has been simulated and modification is proposed. Fling takes place in two stages. First stage is continuous opening of the wings up to certain angle. Then in second stage they get separate and move away from each other. In actual sense the problem is analogous to " Unsteady flow interacting with dynamic wing". Some simplifying assumptions have been taken. The most important one is Quasi-steady assumption. This reduced the problem into a succession of steady state case. Here, two things have been optimized, 1) the angle up to which the wings should open (during first stage) for the separation to start and 2) how should the wings move after separation. For whole analysis Fluent (A Computational fluid dynamics package) is used. This uses the finite volume technique for analyzing the flow problem.
Krishna Kishore Vepakomma 2001 M.Tech Design and Calibration of a Lift Measurement Device for a Micro Air Vehicle
This project titled " Design and Calibration of a Lift Measurement Device for a Micro Air Vehicle" is aimed at designing a device to measure the lift generated in a Micro Air Vehicle. The device is designed for a flapping wing micro air vehicle which was developed based on the Weis Fogh mechanism. The project has resulted in development of a test rig which can be used to measure the lift generated in micro air vehicles. The test rig consists of a cantilever beam fixed vertically which is made of stainless steel and the strain gauges are fixed to either side so that the strain generated due to the lift of the micro air vehicle is measured. The complete design has been made and its fabrication has been completed. The test rig is calibrated and the lift generated in the micro air vehicle is measured.
Shinde Dattaji Kashinath 2001 M.Tech Design and Fabrication of Flapping Wing Mechanism for Micro Air Vehicle
This project titled " Design and Fabrication of Flapping Wing for a Micro Air Vehicle" is aimed at designing a mechanism for a flying Micro Air Vehicle. The project includes concept of MAV and available options are studied. It is observed that the insect Encarsia is able to generate a large amount of lift because of a clap and flying motion of its wings. The mechanism has been studied in detailed by Weis Fogh and Lighthill. A model is designed which mimics this mechanism. The project has resulted in development of a mechanism simulating the Weis Fogh technique.
The design and fabrivation of flapping wing mechanism with wings have been completed. A prototype has been fabricated with sheet metal, and a feasibility study of the mechanism has been done. The dynamic analyses of forces and kinematics analysis have been also done. Further, design of mechanism has been completed and it's modeling done in PRO/E 2000i. Mechanism has been fabricated. Its experimental testing have been done and compared with Weis fogh mechanism.
Sachin Kumar 2001 M.Tech Design of Erection Methodology for Rail Mounted Ship Loader
A structural system is an assemble of parts that by virtue of their arrangements, displays composite action diffetent from the individual members. To reconsitute the system from its parts, it is necessary to connect members to each other's
The study discussed the practical problems in erecting a Rail Mounted Ship Loader. The erection methodology encountered some constraints. To optimize the cost other factors e.g. material management; management of equipment etc. is not discussed, as this is another vast area of application. Initially some theoretical approach is discussed e.g. types of connections, approach to design, visualization of practical problems etc.
A sample project (Haldia Dock Comples) is analyzed from its practical point of view, the approach to sove the site problems and its preventive measure is alos discussed.
A model of the problem has been developed in Pro/Engineer and parts were assembled in Pro/Mechanica considering the material density, weight and locating center of gravity of the members. Design of fasteners has also been done and various designs of bolts have been carried out. Variojus Auto-Cad drawings showing different plan and front view have been enclosed which gives complete stages of erection to be carried at site during the final erection.
Dileep Kumar 2001 M.Tech Finite Element Simulation of Mobile Deformable Barrier used for Car Side Impact Crash Test
Traditionally, the vehicle crashworthiness has been obtained through large number of prototype tests. The objective of the project is to make a validated honeycomb model and hence further the mobile deformable barrier (MDB) model, which may be used for side impact crash tests to optimize and enhance the crashworthiness aspect of design of the vehicles. Existing literature on MDB performance, the procedures for side impact tests, the crushing behaviour of aluminium honeycomb, evaluation and development of MDB is reviewed. A methodology has been developed for predicting the behaviour of honeycomb sturctures for given design specifications. This will help the designer to iterate with design parameters during development stage to predict the required characteristics of honeycomb structures. Dynamic analysis of honeycomb is carried out using PAM-CRASHTM, an explicit analysis code and the result are verified by experimental data. Relationship between the curshing behavour of honeycomb and simulation parameters has been esablished. The basic characteristics of the crushing behaviour of honeytomb are use to modify the honeycomb model to get the progressive curshing strength for MDB. The MDB simulation results are compared with the EEVC prescribed force-deflection corridor. The validated MDB model may be used as a simulation tool to estimate compliance of MDB models to the EEVC standards prior to their actual fabrication and testing.

Key Words: Side Impact, MDB, Honeycomb, Crushing Strength, PAM-CRASHTM.

Dinesh Sankla 2000 M.Tech Modelling and Analysis of an Intelligent Conveyor System
Industrial production systems have recently become more and more automated and requiring the production process to be more flexible. In order to achieve this flexibility, material handling system should be compatible with the production system. Thus, an intelligent conveyor system (a mechatronic system) is conceived for this project. The project is a part of the MHRD funded Thrust area research granted to the IIT Delhi.
In this thesis the focus is on the modelling and simulation of some of the components of the intelligent conveyor, e.g., the pneumatic actuator, induction motor, etc. The modeling is done in SIMULING (a dynamic simulation software in MATLAB). Simulation is performed to predict the behavior, which was compared with the real system purchased for the project. The results from the model and the actul setup match well.

KEY WORDS: material handing system, mechatronics, modelling, simulation

Jammy Sehgal 1999 B.Tech Rectified Kinematic Synthesis
The problem of synthesis of four bar linkage for obtaining a desired output motion is a long studied problem in engineering. The problem has been worked upon in great details and various methods have been developed to accomplish this. However, the situation gets complicated by the large no of possible solutions many fo which are spurious and have to be eliminated. The main defects observed with these solutions are : 1. the Grashof problem, 2. the branch defect and 3. the order defect. Methods are now available which allow us to separate the relatively large soultion spaces containing spurious solutions prior to the design of the mechanism. This is obtained through various analytical procedures developed for this very purpose. Using the computer for this purpose it is possible to generate extremely rapid solutions and separate the undesirable solutions from the desirable ones. Our project involved developing an interactive software for synthesizing the four bar mechanism based on the above guidelines which is also able to perform position, velocity and acceleration analysis of the given four bar mechanism along with the animation of its output motion.
Mrigendra Saxena
KEYWORDS: Circle point curve, Image poles, Ball point, Grashof linkage, order of rotation.
Mohit Bhakuni 2000 B.Tech Design Tool for Planar Mechanism
The problem of synthesis of four bar linkage for obtaining a desired motion is a long studied problem of engineering. The problem has been worked upon in great details and various methods have been developed to accomplish this. However, the situation gets complicated by the large number of possible solutions, many of which are practically undesirable and have to be eliminated. Methods are now available which allow the separation of the relatively large solution spaces containing undesirable solutions prior to the design of the mechanism. this is obtained through various analytical procedures developed for the purpose.
Raman Choudhary
This project involves developing an interactive software modules, which can be used as a design tool for the synthesis of four-bar mechanisms. The software is being made in Visual C++ on Windows platform. Visual C++(on Windows platform) has been chosen because of its special characteristics (eg. classes, inheritance, MFC, GUI development etc.)

Key Words: Four-bar mechanism, Path generation, Motion generation, Optimization approach, Accuracy point approach, and Circle point curve.

Kailash Krishnaswamy 1998 B.Tech Development of Modules of an Automated Machine for Profile Grinding of Glass Panes.
The following work is a company-sponsored project (Asahi India Safety Glass Private Limited). The company required a conversion of its manula glass periphery-grinding machine to a computer controlled grinding machine. This was necessary because the present process was inaccurate with a very high rejection ratio. Automation was the key to better quality production. The problems associated with the present setup are chipping of glass profitl and waviness of the profile. These characteristics of the production caused such a high rejection ratio. Hence, the manula process was automated to commit consistent good quality work. This project deals with design of a setup to measure the forces applied by a skilled laborer along the glass periphery, design of transducers (strain gauge) and their circuits to measure the above, fabrication of the force measuring device and its instrumentation, software coding for data acquisition, study of the drawing of the glass pane that is to be ground, computationsl manipulation (cubic spline, development, offset) of the data of the glass periphery so that we are able to generate coordinates for the controller to interpolate through and feed data to the driver card.
Rahul Jauhari
The above mentioned modules have been carried out and explained with figures wherever necessary.

Key words: Strain gages, Instrumentation, Cubic spline, Development, Offset, Graphical User Interface.

Lala Ram Patel 2004 M.Tech Road Accident Reconstruction
The need for study of the crashes and their reconsturction is to know the cause of the accidents, to enhance & modify the design of automobiles and infrasturcture of roads. The effort of Reconsturctionsists is to identifying the critical factors involved in a road accident like pre-impact direction and velocities of colliding vehicles. In this work, an attempt has been made to study and reconstruct some actual cases of crashes, for which data has been collected extensively from the actual site of the accidents. R econstruction of the crash scenario is done particularly for two cases, which involves truck to wagonR crash and bus to motorbike crash. PC-Crash and Pc-Rect are the software, which is used for reconsturcting the accident scenario.

Keywords: Road crashes, crash reconstruction, PC-Crash, PC-Rect

Walesh Kumar 2004 M.Tech Finite Element Modeling of Rupture of Material Under Impact Loading
Fracture is a very important phenomenon in crash /impact situations. Often, sheet metel parts get torn due to impact with harder objects. Other objects also get cracked due to impacting forces. The existing FE codes for modeling crashes do not predict fracture very well. For example in case of a car crash the sheet metal ruptures. But in its simulation, rupture does not result. The aim of this work is to develop or modify FE codes that would take into account the mechanics of crack propagation. The problem is complicated by the fact that the geometry and the resulting mesh change dynamically under impact consitions.
This thesis tackles this problem and relate to the modification of the existing FE codes to model the rupture of materials. The existing FE code taken for the present work was IMPACT. LIC and QIC failure criterion were implemented in IMPACT. Non-linearity issues due to changing geometry as well as due to non linearity in material properties was taken into account. In present thesis projectile and target problem was studied for different projectile velocities and result of simulation were validated from the literature.
Abhijeet Parihar 2004 M.Tech Validation of Human Body Finite Element Models (Knee Joint) Under Impact Conditions
Three sets of test results on cadaver knee have been reported in literature. The legforms, dummies and mathematical models do not validate under all these test conditions. A computational model such as THUMS can be expected to validate under multiple boundary conditions. This work involves validation of the FE model of knee obtained from THUMS against all these three test conditions.
The mesh in THUMS has been modified to obtaing the FE model corresponding to that of a pedestrian. Validation under the test conditions used by Kajzer et.al. (1999) and shearing test conditions used by Kajzer et.al. (1997) has been achieved. The FE model has also been validated against the four point bending test conditions used by Kerrigan et.al. (2003). The work also focused on the injury process of knee. The injuries in simulations for all test conditions agreed well with the respective autopsy results. It was also found that scaled FE models of knee do not validate against the test conditions.

Key Words: Knee, THUMS, Validation

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