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Girish Sharma 2004 M.Tech Finite Element Meshing of Human Bones from MRI Raw Data
Finite element modeling of human bones is quite useful in biomechanical simulations. In the present project work a new approach is developed to make FE model of bones from MRI scan data. Developed technique is modification over conventionally used technique. In conventional technique solid modeling process is essential before getting finite element model from the MRI scan data. In present project work this necessity is eliminated and process time and steps are shortened.
Conventional process for finite element meshing from MRI scan data requires two intermediate steps first interior and exterior contour point extraction of bones and second solid modeling from contour data extracted. In the methodology developed and implemented in present work solid generation process is completely eliminated and finite element meshes can be developed directly from the contours extracted. In the first part of project work a user interface is developed to extract contour point data from raw MRI scan data. Process of getting contour data involves getting scan images from raw data, getting bone region from scan images and finally getting contour data extraction. Contour data are obtained using some image processing techniques.
In second part of project work another user interface in the same language is developed to make FE model from contour data extravted. This process involved mapping of contours on unit rectangle to get quadrilateral mesh within each contour and fitting solid element in between two consecutive contours.

Key Words: FE model, Solid elements, Contour data, Bones, Image processing, Mapping

Ashish Nayak 2004 M.Tech Crash Analysis of RTV Using MADYMO
In last few years many cases of rollover of RTV has been reported. This necessitated finding out rollover characteristics of RTV either by experimentation or by theoretical model. Therefore in the present project work full vehicle model of the RTV developed and validated on MADYMO (Mathematical Dynamic Model). RTV structure was modeled by using rigid body segments like ellipsoids, cylinder and planes. Steering, tyre and suspension was modeled by some special features. A speed controller was also designed to maintain constant speed of RTV in simulation.
For validation an experiment of RTV passing over a bump was conducted and results of the experiment was compared with simulation run for the similar conditions on MADYMO with RTV theoretical model. After validation of RTV model to predict rollover characteristics rollover maneuvers were simulated with developed model. Rollover maneuvers consists of Slowly Increasing Steer, J-Turn, and Road Edge Recovery test. All these tests were conducted for three different loading conditions i.e. RTV without passengers, RTV with unrestrained passengers, and RTV with restrained passengers.

Key Words: MADYMO, Rollover Maneuvers, RTV

Mallikarjun Metri 2002 M.Tech Finite Element Modeling of the Human Forearm
Computational techniques are being used more and more in automotive safety engineering. However there is still a need for further development of biofedelic tools for assessing human responses in crash simulations. Finite element models of the complete human body are being used for assessing human responses in crash simulations. As it was not possible to develop a three dimensional finite element model of the complete human body within a short period, so study was maninly concentrated on development of finite element model of the human forearm.
For CAD modeling of the human forearm, geometric properties are used from the Virtual Hospital website. For material properties of bone and flesh literature was referred but sufficient data was not available. And also there is a large variation in this data. So in this study material properties of bone and flesh are extracted from the dynamic three point bending test on the goat forearm specimens. For simulations PAMCRASH is used. Special attention was paid to the constitution of validation database. The model construction, extraction of material properties and validation are discussed in detail. The comparison between the model responses and experimental results is shown.

Key words: Goat forearm, three point bending test, flesh, impact, CAD model, viscoelastic.

Jitendra Prasad Khatait 2002 M.Tech Design of a Compliant Mechanism for Micro Aerial vehicle Application
A rigid link design to mimic the Weiss Fogh mechanism of lift generation is available as a six bar mechanism with one crank. Weiss Fogh mechanism is based on the flight of Encarsia formosa (maximum wingspan of 1.5mm). We want to develop MAV of this size in future. Existing mechanism is of the order of 10cm, which is very large. Therefore, wr want to reduce the overall size of the mechanism. Reduction in the size of links reduces the size of joints proportionately. This requires manufacturing of micro components and their assembley, which is very difficult. Compliant mechanism provides the alternative. Compliance can lead to manufacturing of consolidated single-piece members. They can be made by injection molding if suitable materials are available, or fabricated using MEMS technique.
The introduction of compliance will modify the kinematics and dynamics of the mechanism. In order to understand the change, a crank-rocker four-bar mechanism, where compliance is introduced locally in the form of flexural hinges at the two oscillating revolute joints, is considered for analysis. Pseudo-rigid-body approach is used to carry out the analysis. Torque input required for constant angular velocity of the crank is computed using MATLAB code. The effect of the thickness of the flexural hinges and unstrained positions of the consolidated member on the torque input required is investigated. Optimum design of the flexural hinge for minimum input torque is deduced. These results are used to modify the existing mechanism. The existing mechanism is modeled in ADAMS to study and eliminate interference of the linkages. Based on the results obtained, geometry is suitably changed and modeled in ADAMS. 3-D model is made in Pro-E, which can be used in future for automatic generation of cutting tool path for making mold for injection molding. Finally, a compliant mechanism is proposed for flapping wing mechanism based on the various configurations it is taking during motion to optimize the torque input required.

Key words: Compliant mechanism, Micro Aerial Vehicle, Pseudo-rigid-body model, Dynamic analysis, MATLAB, ADAMS, Pro-E, Flapping mechanism.

Aswini Kumar Panda 2002 M.Tech Development of Massively Parallel Binary Systems
The massively parallel binary systems (MPBS) are realized by parallel operation of very large number of Binary actuators having only two states (logically denoted '0' and '1' ). As a result, these binary mechanisms and manipulators have their tasks (e.g.motion) constrained. Major benefits of binary actuation are that extensive feedback control of actuator is not required, task repeatability can be very high, and easily realized on micro scale. Utilizing the mathematical model derived for MPBS, discrete distributed controlalgorithms were derived. Then the plunger dynamics of the magnetically latching solenoids (Prototype of binary actuator) has been considered which was taken as instantaneors and the problem is simulated. Prior work on micro-actuator arrays have considered actuators acting on the system to be continuous i.e. the system was controlled by selecting partially excited actuators. Luntz et al used a PI controller for each actuator to settle at athe set value of actuator. This approach is inconvenient when the size of actuators shifts from milli to micro and then to nano. Here the concept of binary actuators that have only two stable states and its implementation has been introduced. Irrespective of the internal structure of the actuators used, we deal with only two possible outcomes of the actuators throughout the task. This makes the control task simple and efficient.
Primary advantage of large number of actuators in parallel is fault tolerance. In addition to trajectory control, the supervisory controller must enable procedures to effect redundancy actuation under different operating conditions.
This thesis summarizes the crux issues to be included in the controller for efficient operation of MPBS.
Shashikant A. Gavhane 2002 M.Tech Child Dummy Model Development for Study of Car-Child Pedestrian Impact
The method of scaling has been applied to mesh model of 50 th percentile hybrid III male crash dummy in PAM-CRASHTM to programmatically obtain the mesh models of child dummies of varying age. A set of key anthropometrical parameters is collected to scale an existing model towards the desired anthropometry. Defferent scaling factors are applied of rthe different body parts and dimensions. These factors are used to derive: body dimensions, mass and inertia properties, joint stiffness and damping. For these subjects it has been assumed that density is invariant with age. A MATLABTM code is developed to obtain mesh of child dummy models by scaling. Anthropometric data and ratio of modulus of elasticity of target and available dummy are the input for this code.
The design of front of typical small passenger car is evaluated with respect to passive safety for child pedestrians of different age. The crash simulations of car-child pedestrian are carried out in PAMCRASHTM. The simulations are repeated with childpedestrian models of varying ages obtained by MATLAB cod. The car front impact speed is also varied from 25-40 km/hr. The risk of injury tolerances for childpedestrians predicted by computer simulation of crash for different combinations of speed and age. The sensitivity of injury parameters in car-child pedestrian crash with speed and age is discussed.
The advantage of modeling of car-child pedestrian impacts over the subsystem tests for vehicles proposed by European enhanced vehicle safety commission (EEVC), is overviewed.

Keywords: child, scaling, car, crash, safety, injury, pedestrian.

Sanjeev Gupta 1999 M.Tech Child Dummy Model Development for Study of Car-Child Pedestrian Impact
The method of scaling has been applied to mesh model of 50 th percentile hybrid III male crash dummy in PAM-CRASHTM to programmatically obtain the mesh models of child dummies of varying age. A set of key anthropometrical parameters is collected to scale an existing model towards the desired anthropometry. Defferent scaling factors are applied of rthe different body parts and dimensions. These factors are used to derive: body dimensions, mass and inertia properties, joint stiffness and damping. For these subjects it has been assumed that density is invariant with age. A MATLABTM code is developed to obtain mesh of child dummy models by scaling. Anthropometric data and ratio of modulus of elasticity of target and available dummy are the input for this code.
The design of front of typical small passenger car is evaluated with respect to passive safety for child pedestrians of different age. The crash simulations of car-child pedestrian are carried out in PAMCRASHTM. The simulations are repeated with childpedestrian models of varying ages obtained by MATLAB cod. The car front impact speed is also varied from 25-40 km/hr. The risk of injury tolerances for childpedestrians predicted by computer simulation of crash for different combinations of speed and age. The sensitivity of injury parameters in car-child pedestrian crash with speed and age is discussed.
The advantage of modeling of car-child pedestrian impacts over the subsystem tests for vehicles proposed by European enhanced vehicle safety commission (EEVC), is overviewed.

Keywords: child, scaling, car, crash, safety, injury, pedestrian.

Swarangi Muralidhar 1998 M.Tech Massively Parallel Binary Systems
The objective of this work is to investigate a novel manipulator using large number of binary actuators acting in parallel, proposed for the first time, and devise algorithms for the control of such a manipulator to extract desired motion characteristics from it. A name 'MASSIVELY PARALLEL BINARY STSTEMS' (MPBS) is coined for such manipulators.
To establish some fundamental results, a 1D MPBS actuated by many binary actuators acting in parallel with inline springs is taken, and the governing equations are developed. Two algorithms are proposed to control the motion of the 1D MPBS. Programmes are developed in 'C' for simulation and control of the motion of 1D MPBS and the tests are conducted using them.
A possible configuration for 3D MPBS is proposed. Governing equation for it's motion are developed. Simulation of the motion of 3D MPBS in three dimensional space has been developed and one of the control algorithms developed for 1D MPBS has been successfully adapted to it.

Keywords: Binary actuator, Base coordinate system (b.c.s), Firing , Plateform coordinate system (p.c.s) , State

Dhiraj Chawla 1997 M.Tech Simulation of Active Cord Mechanism
We have developed a model for an Active Cord Mechanism (ACM) with three segments on wheels. In this model the wheels are free to move transverse to the axis of wheel and offer large resistance to motion along the axis of wheel. Wheel axis can be actively reoriented with respect to the body and the angle between the segments can also be actively modified. Sinusoidal angular actuation at wheels and inter-segment joints drive the ACM.
We have investigated kinematics and dynamics of the three segment planer Active Cord Mechanism. Dynamic analysis to true ACM's has not been reported earlier. In developing the dynamic equations we have ignored losses during rolling motion through micro-slip and creep due to the elastic deformation of wheel as the load coming on the wheels is low.
Manae Netaji Haribhau 1997 M.Tech Impact Helmet Modeling
This report emphasizes on the application of Mechanicsl engineering and Medical Science to the development and evaluation of helmet against impact load. In this thesis the attention is addressed on the impact analysis of helmet from the point os view of neck injury to the soldiers as a result of impact force. The technique of Finite Element Methods (FEM) which is applicable to the analysis is discussed. Biomedical study of neck from the point of view of neck injury is also mentioned.
In the first part of project, modeling of defense helmet, human neck and human dummy head which is done in I-DEAS is clearly explained. Impact analysis of helmet which is done in PAM CRASH and the results obtained by simulation are discussed to specify and neck injury criteria.
In the second part of project, modeling of motor cycle helmet and windshield of a car is explained. Parametric study carried out of find the properties of windshield is explained in the subsequent chapters. Also the results of impact study are discussed which is carried out from the point of view of head deceleration to specify the injury criteria.
Finally future scope of the present work is narrated.
T. Dharmaraju 1999 M.Tech Design and Simulation of Vertical Robot
A two axis vertical robot has been designed and its dynamics analysed. In this work detailed design of three alternative transmission systems using gear, chain and belt to transmit power from motor to link is done based on classical design procedure.
Bond graph models for all the three transmission system has been developed. State space equations are derived from the dynamic equations which were developed using bond graph models. Simulation have been carried out in MATLAB for the state space equations. Graphical simulation using the kinematic simulation package UltraGRIP is used to visualise the motion to the manipulator and decide on the optimum design.

Key words: Vertical Robot, Bond Graph, Transmission system, Transfer Function, State Space Equations.

Pankaj Dorlikar 1999 M.Tech Analysis and Fabrication of Micro-Catheter with IPMC Actuator
A study and analysis of a microcatherer system used for surgery has been presented. The system uses Ionic Polymer Metal Composite (IPMC) film as an actuator on the front end of an active guide wire of the catheter.
A mathematical model has been developed for the system. The equation are highly nonlinear. The insertion forces of the catheter have been developed using FEM technique.
The potential of Ionic Polymer Metal Composite (IPMC) based actuator as an alternative actuation device has been studied. We have focused on Mechano-Electro-Static and Electro-Dynamic modeling of actuator suitable for the use as a front-end servo-actuator for micro-catheter system. Such an actuator is simple enough to implement on the catheter tip, so that it can actuate as a front-end steering mechanism.
Some prototypes of catheter with IPMC Actuator have been fabricated.

Key words: IPMC, Actuator, Catheter, Electro-Static Solution, Electro-Dynamic Solution, FEM.

Kaustubh Mani 2000 M.Tech Finite Element Based Simulations of Car-Motorcycle Frontal Crashes an Initial Study
The project aims at performing and studying car-motorcycle frontal crash with the help of finite element method. Fulfillment of this objective requires validated finite element models of car and motorcycle. In this project, FE models of the bonnet and radiator were made and validated against the experimental results. Experimental tests were carried out on different car components in JARI (Japan Automotive Research Institute) before the start of the project and results were made availabel to us.
For the bonnet FE model impact simulations were carried out and simulation results were compared with the experimental results. Varying different parameters reduced the difference between the two results and thus a validated bonnet model was obtained. Strain rate sensitivity was considered for the bonnet model, as the strain rates involved in crashes are high. For the radiator FE model quasi-static simulation was carried out and results were validated against the experimental results. Nonlinear static analysis was done for the radiator model, as the deformations involved in the static test were large.
Once the models of bonnet and radiator were ready, they were assembled with the rest of the car FE model (which was available) and frontal crash simulation was performed with and available motorcycle FE model. The entire work was carried out using two software packages -IDEASTM and PAMCRASHTM with former being used for modeling, meshing and static simulation and the latter being used for impact simulations.

Key words: frontal crash, bonnet, strain rate, radiator, IDEASTM, PAMCRASHTM.

Atul S. Tayade 2000 M.Tech Modeling of Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle
The difficulty in modeling of underwater vehicle behaviour is very difficult task. The difficulty in modeling of ROV arises because of uncertainties in model parameters due to difficulty in modeling of hydrodynamic forces, measurement noise, thruster nonlinearities and tether drag forces.
In first part, Simulation Model based on lumped parameter model of thruster, coupled with underwater dynamics, has been developed. This Simulation Model is useful for identifying the behavior of underwater vehicle. Also Simulation Model for precise positon control of ROV in water has been developed. With the aid of this Simulation Model, one can control the precise motion of underwater vehicle The models used to generate various alternative configurations of ROV.
In second part, dynamics fo tether cable using lumped mass method has been investigated, in which the cable is modeled as a chain of extendable but unbending weightless cylinders of finite lengths.
At the end a generalized computer program has been written to find tension and hydrodynamic forces in the tether cable. Simulation model of tether cable has been developed using programming to find drag forces to find its influence on the vehicle dynamics.
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