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Adity Shekhar 2006 M.Tech Material Characterization of Human Bone under Impact by Inverse Mapping in FE Simulations
Material characterization of human bone requires an in depth understanding of the phenomenon of failure of bones. At the same time for carrying out the simulations it is essential to know about the material properties existing in the solver which would help to simulate the exact conditions. The present work involves intensive use of FE as well as experimentation in both quasi static as well as dynamic conditions.
Starting with experimental work quasi static tests was being performed on two bone specimen. The force vs. deflection of this curve was then being compared with that available in literature. A new experimental set up was to be conceptualized which world be used for performing impact test. The model of the new set up was being made in Pro-E and the same was being given for manufacturing. Dynamic tests were then being performed on this set up. Dynamic tests were then being performed on new machine so as to get the nature of variation of acceleration response curve.This test was being performed on two specimens, male and female. The results of the experiment clearly indicated that the nature of acceleration response curve was dependent on material properties of the specimen.
Finite element analysis was used as a tool for determining the material properties. Quasi static analysis was being carried out in ANSYS so as to find the material properties in static conditions. The material properties were being iterated and results were validated against that given in leterature. For dynamic analysis correct modeling of the physical problem was required. To achieve higher degree of accuracy in the simulations the FE model was tried to be made similar to that of experimental set up on which experiments had been conducted on the set up. This work included modeling of impactor, rollers and holders with proper contact definitions being given to each of them. After making the model ready for impact conditions material properties were assigned. The material properties given as an input were that given for quasi static analysis. By performing sensitivity analysis it was found out that shell thickness was the most sensitive parameter and by varying this parameter simulation response curve was tried to be matched with the experimental response curve with PAMCRASH as an FE tool.

Keywords: Simulation, Quasi stativ test, Dynamic test

Biradar Ashok Rudragoud 2005 M.Tech Evaluation of Effectiveness of Leg Guard Bars in an Indian Motorcycle Using Computer Simulations
Computer simulations are being widely used for crash safety analysis nowadaya. Cost effectiveness, reproducibility of boundary conditions, and their inherent flexibility give them an edge over full-scale crash tests.
In the present work the crash simulation software PAM-CRASHTM is being used to study the effectiveness of leg-guard bars in an event of a crash involving a 109.3cc motorcycle and a motorcar. The dimensions of the motorcycle have been determined by taking measurements of the individual parts. The measurements have been taken using a flexible tape, steel rules and a vernier caliper. For complex geometries trace of the part on paper was taken and then the geometry was constructed. A hybrid approach of a combination of rigid bodies and finite elements is used for modeling of the motorcycle. The motorcycle is modeled using the modeling software HPERMESHTM.
The motorcar has been considered as a rigid body in the analysis owing to shortage of time. Paired simulations one without the leg-guard bar have been carried out for three impact configurations. The leg-guard bar is seen to prevent contact between the right hand and car door for angular impacts.

Keywords: HYPERMESHTM, ISO13232, leg-guard bar, motorcycle, PAM-CRASHTM, simulation.

Shahnawazkhan S. Pathan 2007 M.Tech Tracking the Anatomical and Mechanical Axis During Knee Surgery
This project work aims at developing a system for tracking the anatomical and mechanical axis during knee surgery which will be a part of computer assisted surgery on real time basis. This is achieved using stereo cameras and digital image processing in combination with computer graphics.
Calibration of two cameras is done using camera calibration toolbox for MATLAB. Based on the calibration parameters obtained, a 3D point is tracked. Using synthetic images 2D error estimation for marker detection in the image is done. This error is introduced in the image coordinates of the world points in the routine of 3D reconsturction. The accuracy with which markers can be located in space, is estimated. Based on the results of minimizing error in reconstruction, an optimum configuration of camera placement and experimental setup is designed for stereo vision system. To validate the predicted results of the model, experiments are conducted. Because of limited field of view of cameras available, only the motion of femur is tracked by attaching marker on it, using digital cameras interfaced with the PC.

Keywords: Tracking in knee surgery, Computer assisted navigation, Camera calibration, Digital image processing in surgery, 3D registration, Image guided surgery.

Tushar S. Baviskar 2007 M.Tech Developing Methodologies For Damaged Base Accident Investigation Involving 2 Wheelers
The project targeting toward the development of methodology for the two wheeler accident based reconstruction. Damaged based accident investigation for the passenger cars is well established in the developing countries. However for 2 wheeled vehicles, there is no such methodology established. So that project aims towards developing damaged based investigation methodology for these vehicles using FE based modeling, dynamic simulations and experimentations. First stage of the progress will be understanding of the accident reconsturction methodologies of the passenger cars(4 wheeler). Similar approach can be used for the 2 wheelers.

Keywords: Accident Reconstruction, impact speed change (∆V), crush stiffness, CRASH3, CDC, Motorcycle(MC), Residual Cursh

Kanhaiya Lal Mishra 2007 M.Tech Material Characterization of live Body Organs using Inverse FEM Analysis
A procedures to establish stress-strain characterization of human body organs for in vivo has been proposed.. These properties are defined at quasi static rate (100/s), which can be used in surgical simulation and automation of surgery. A haptic Device specially designed for the purpose was used to simulate quasi static loading condition. The device loads an indenter programmatically and measures the deformation of tissues for quasi static loading condition. To derive the material parameter for the tissue, the process of inverse mapping was used. The analytical model chosen is the Mooney Rivlin(2 parameter) material model. Input to two parameter Mooney Rivlin material model was iterative which can be optimized using Genetic Algorithm, so that stress - strain curve of experimental and analytical simulation are in close appriximation.

Keywords: Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar, Indentation Test, Haptic device, Taguchi method, Genetic Algorithm, Mooney Rivlin Material Model.

Sagar. S. Umale 2007 M.Tech Developing a Virtual Environment of Drilling a Bone in Wrist Surgery
This project deals with developing a virtual environment for drilling in a wrist surgery. The idea of this project was to develop a kit, which will be helpful to train the doctors. With this environment one could be able to sense the forces that are required for drilling a human bone. The environment will basically consist of a bone in this case the scaphoid bone of the wrist, and a pointer which is the end of the stylus of the PHANTOM Desktop Haptic device and will resemble to drill bit. Now as the stylus or the pointer in the environment is penetrated into the bone to drill the bone, the real time force and the torque can be experienced at the stylus of the haptic device. It feels as if the drilling of bone is being done. Wrist is the most complex joint in the bone. So the drilling has to be done carefully without injuring other tissues or bones, hence wrist drilling is of interest.
To develop this environment the haptic device is coded in VC++ and the bone model has been made in MAYA. The model used in the environment of wrist is taken from the web site of Stanford University. The model of the bone is expoted in the environment of the haptic device.

Keywords: Haptic Device, PHANTOM DESKTOP Haptic Device, Scaphoid Bone, VC++, MAYA.

Suvajyoti Guha 2007 M.Tech Design and Analysis of PICO Gas Turbine (10-100WATTS)
Present research is focused on developing millimeter scale power producing devices of 10-100 Watt capacity. This thesis takes up Brayton cycle for its simplicity in designing after carrying out thermodynamic analysis of both Brayton and Rankine cycles. After the Brayton cycle is selected, preliminary designs of compressor and turbine have been done using thermodynamics and gas dynamics and after that blade passages for the compressor have been optimized. In order to do the blade passage optimizations a new methodology has been developed and proposed where blade passage selection would be based only on compactness and efficiency. The efficiency of the radial compressor at design conditions of 1.2 gm/sec and 600,000 rpm is found to be 66% while that of the radial inflow turbine is 56%. Rotor dimensions of both the compressor and turbine are 10 mm diameter. The cycle power production is found to be about 55 Watts at design conditions and TIT of 1300K. Stress analysis, using ANSYS, shows that selection of blade thickness and tip clearance during the preliminary design are safe.

Keywords: MEMS, radial inflow gas Turbines, Micro-combustors, radial compressors.

Shehroz Dost 2008 M.Tech Develop a wrist bone drilling simulatior using a 6-axis parallesl manipulator
The objective fo this project is to build a simulator for drilling during wrist surgery It is envisaged that the simulator will accurately reflect the forces and moment passed on by the drill to the surgeon. The visual feedback is to be provided to the surgeon from a display of a CAD model of the wrist. The application is intended to be used primarily as a training tool.
In this project, we study bone properties and tried to find an appropriate bone model. Stewart Platform with voice coil motors is used as a haptic device. Design of a controller for a Stewart platform for the above mentioned objective was worked out. For display purpose we use an OpenGL model of bone and implemented an algorithm for collision detection.

Keywords: Stewart platform, Inverse Dynamics, Voice coil motor, Bone drilling, OpenGL, Collision detection.

Varun Grover 2008 M.Tech Car Accident Reconsturction and Head Injury Correlation
Head injuries are the most common cause of permanent malfunctioning of various organs in the human body -- organs that are either controlled by the brain due to impact has been estimated using conventional cadaver tests. Howerver estimation of functional damage remains a more elusive issue and controlled tests leading to functional damage cannot be carried out on volunteers. This project proposes to reconsturct real-world car accidents to estimate the kinematics of the head impact. This data is to be used to estimate the head injury criteria (HIC) through computer simulations and hence correlate functional brain damage to impact measures. The project would hence establish methodology to improve the crashworthiness of a vehicle base on the head injury criteria prediction. The project eventually contributes towards design of safer vehicles from the point of view of car interior stiffness and restraint mechanism types (and/or actuation methods). Damage based accident investigation for the passenger cars is well established in the developed countries. This forms the basis of the project in collecting accident data aiming at its reconsturction through FE based modeling, dynamic simulations and experimentations. First stage of the project was review of head injury mechanisms and associated injury criteria, accident data collection at the Brimingham Automotive Safety Centre, Uneiversity of Birmingham, UK, and understanding of the accident reconsturction methodologies of passenger cars. In the next stage, two crash cases were reconsturcted. Only one of these had complete injury details of occupants. Injury correlation was done for this case.

Keywords: HIC, CCIS, CDC, CRASH3, Accident Reconsturction, impact speed change (∆V), crush stiffness, Residual Crush

Kranthi Teja Ch 2009 M.Tech Pedestrian-car Crash Reconsturction and Head Injury Correlation
Reconsturction of real crash accident is done for different purposes, such as validation of models like human model, to study injury mechanisms and causes. Reconsturction gives information about parameters that affect injury and severity of injury. These results are used to improve and to study how effective is the design of vehicle, safety measures such as seat belt, airbag etc. Another area, in which accident reconstruction is used, is in the area of litigation and insurance claim as carried on in some countries. Accident investigation has also been used in both criminal and civil litigation. Functional injuries to pedestrian can not be detected by reconsturction of pedestrian accident using cadaber or dummies, for this real life accident needs to be reconsturcted.
This project aims at investigating brain injury mechanisms in adult pedestrian accidents by accident analysis and accident reconsturctions. Real world pedestrian car crash data for four cases was collected at Birmingham Automotive Safety Center (BASC), University of Birmingham U.K. Out of these cases, two cases were analysed and reconsturcted. The accident reconsturctions were first carried out using multi-body system (MBS) pedestrian and car models to acquire the head impact conditions such as head impact velocity, head positon and head orientation in MADYMOTM. Taguchi method was applied to simulation process to find optimum value of the variables such as pedestrian speed, vehicle speed, and pedestrian stance. These impact conditions were then imposed on a finite element head model to make it impact against vehicle model. Strain energy and stress distributions of the brain model were calculated and correlated with the injury outcomes in the accidents. The project hence establishes methodology to evaluate the crashworthiness of a vehicle based on the head injury criteria prediction. The project eventally contributes towards design of sager vehicles from the point of view of pedestrian safety.

Keywords: Pedestrian car crash simulation, Head injury correlation, ULP head simulation, Taguchi method.

Hemant Arora 2009 M.Tech Delta Cofiguration Based Micro Manipulation System
Micro actuation systems are needed for micro component integration. Small-scale structures formed from atom by atom processes have inferior size to accuracy ratio. On the other hand cutting and finishing processes with with manual loading, measurement and manipulation of work pieces produce high precision (0.5 Rn on objects of 1 mm size) from relatively inexpensive machines. The only assist available for handling small object is basic tweezers that reduce the tip geometry with respect to the human finger, but not much else. One of the stumbling blocks in reducing the size of objects and assembling objects in millimeter and lower sizes is the lack of dexterous handling. The motivation to conduct this activity is to automate the grasping process and thus enable micro-handling.
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. As we need at least our three fingers to grasp an object and place to some other location. Thus, three manipulators are required to build a single actuation system. End effector of each finger will be a single cylindrical rod with hemispherical cap like our finger. 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 10cm x 10cm) is decided on the basis on anthropometry of our finger. Currently the available range of small motors is much larger than the target objects of order of mm. A design where all motors are on the fixed base of manipulator is suggested. Serial manipulators are not appropriate because fo their limited rigidity and need for carrying motors at each junction. Among parallesl 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

Key words: Delta configuration, Manipulator, inverse kinematic, static analysis, optimization, compliant mechanisms, Flexure Hinges

Anil Kumar M 2010 M.Tech Effect of Road Divider Design on Motorcycle Stability
Computer 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 well-developed human body model helps in understanding injury mechanisms and also helps to know the effect of modefications made to vehicles. Efficient human body model development requires detailed modeling of the geometry of the human body, extensive tissue and bone properties. This thesis is focused on determining dynamic mechanical properties of shouldet bones especially at the strain rates of 50-200s-1Analytical procedure is given for initial estimation of strain rate. Comparison of analytical results with simulation results were done on BayblendT65 material. Analytically Strain rates were estimated for shoulder bones.

Keywords: Three point bending impact test, shoulder bones, Young's modulus, strain rate and finite element simulations.

Debasis Sahoo 2010 M.Tech Effect of Road Divider 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 accuartely. In this study a composite model of tire is made to assess the effect of different layups, section shaped 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 profiles. 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 rider to estimate the stability of motorcycle.

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

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