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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Degree Awarded Discipline Duration Entry Level Seats in IIST
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 4 years 10+2 (PCM) 120
M.E. Machine Design 2 years BE or B.Tech 18

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is established in the year 2003, has a capacity of 120 students in the B. Tech Program and 18 students in M.E. program with Specialization in Machine Design. Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Stream is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Technical University (RGTU), Bhopal and Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The Department of Mechanical Engineering is continuously striving to achieve excellence in education, academics and industry oriented research as well as consultancy work with service to the society.

Mechanical Engineering is a very strategic and specialized segment, where the engineers are trained to meet the innovative demands of futuristic technologies. The Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIST is established as one of the premier brands in technical education in the region. Major highlights of the mechanical engineering department are as follow:

  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the most versatile and foremost departments of IIST.
  • All the faculty members (Professors, Associate professors and Assistant Professors) are from premier institutions like NIT’s, Govt. Autonomous Institution of India. 
  • The Department has 11 well equipped state-of-the-art Laboratories like Material Engineering Lab, Kinematics/ Dynamics of Machines Lab, Heat & Mass Transfer Lab, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab, Internal Combustion Engines Lab, Energy Conversion Lab, Fluid Mechanics Lab, Fluid Machines Lab, CAD/CAM Lab, CNC Machines Lab, Metrology Lab with specialized Research and innovation facilities for student’s projects.
  • Faculty members have rich expertise in all domains of Mechanical Engineering i.e. Design, Thermal, Automobile, Mechatronics, Robotics, Thermo-Fluid, Industrial, Manufacturing and Engineering Materials.
  • Faculty members and Students are also continuously involved in Journal/Book/Conference publications. Research outcomes are also protected through patents and copyrights.
  • Associations, SIGs and Clubs in the Department promote innovative thinking among the students. The Department has three Associations, SIGs and Advanced Student Oriented Clubs like Additive Manufacturing, MSME, Quality Circle Forum of India, Automotive, Mechatronics, Aeromodelling, Society of Automotive Engineers.
  • Students have participated in national level activities, like Go- KART, BAJA SAE India, Smart India Hackathon etc. and have won university-level and professional society awards. Such events enhance the student’s technical skills, teamwork and leadership quality.
  • Faculty members are actively involved students in funded projects from DST, SERB, AICTE, UGC. 
  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering also focuses on a comprehensive course curriculum with intense practical exposure to students which will enable them to take up challenging roles in professional careers.
  • Students are molded to the requirements of the industry through industry based curriculum, internships, extramural activities.
  • The Department has an excellent Placement record with the students getting placed in reputed core industries as well as IT sectors. Nearly 100% placements for all the eligible students has been achieved in the recent years.
  • Seminars, workshops and expert talks are organised regularly by the department to cope up with the emerging trends in mechanical engineering.
  • Students have an excellent track record of achievement in various sports Competitions (Nodal, State and National Level) held at various prestigious institutions of India.

Department Vision and Mission

  • To be nationally recognized department for imparting mechanical engineering education, leading to competent engineers, capable of contributing to society through innovation, entrepreneurial and leadership
  • Imparting quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.
  • Ability to work as a member of interdisciplinary teams, capable of adapting to changing environments of engineering, technology and society with ethical and moral values.
  • Inculcate critical thinking abilities among students and develop entrepreneurial skills, leadership qualities and innovative ideas.
  • The graduating students from Mechanical Engineering should have a comprehensive background of physical sciences, mathematics and foundations of Mechanical Engineering to be able to solve application level problems related to core Mechanical Engineering and interdisciplinary areas.
  • The graduating students from Mechanical Engineering needs to develop expertise and acumen in core areas like Mechanical design, thermal engineering, materials and manufacturing science to a satisfaction of employers.
  • The program orients its graduating students towards contemporary areas of socio-technological issues like energy crisis, pollution, formal practices of human resources and industrial relations in order to achieve the professional development of the student.

Upon successful completion of the program, the students would have the following attributes.

  • Apply the fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in the solution of complex Mechanical engineering problems.
  • Identify, formulate, analyze and solve complex mechanical engineering problems
  • Design solutions for complex mechanical engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools, including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

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Special Interest Group (SIG’s)

 

What SIGs we have in Mechanical Engineering and the kind of exposure we give through SIGs.

 

A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a group within an institute with a shared interest in advancing a specific area of Mechanical knowledge, learning or technology where mechanical students cooperate to affect or to produce solutions within their particular field of SIG Group. We provide a forum to enhance student’s knowledge in Mechanical Engineering Fields, by involving themselves in mechanical projects. At present, Mechanical Department has THREE SIG’s and ONE club is as follows:

 

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIG’S)

 

  1. Additive Manufacturing
  2. Automotive
  3. Mechatronics

 

TECHNICAL CLUB

  1. SIG– ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Additive manufacturing SIG aims to provide the students a detailed knowledge of additive manufacturing technique through the avenue of (but not restricted to) 3D printing. The technique includes teaching the SIG students, how to use & construct 3D printers, designing models, parts for 3D printing and CAM processes. This SIG aims to provide the students, the insights of Manufacturing Engineering Techniques, such as design philosophies and how to translate engineering ideas into producible parts and projects. These concepts can be used practically in illustrating the theory taught in the classroom on Additive Manufacturing, and provide valuable experience for career paths in Additive Manufacturing to the students. The Faculty Advisor for this SIG is Mr. Naman Gandhi (Asst. Prof.) and Mr. Amit Chauhan (Asst. Prof.) Mechanical Engineering Department.

Pic: Additive manufacturing SIG
Pic: Additive manufacturing SIG
  1. SIG- AUTOMOTIVE

 

Automotive SIG deals with the development of off-road vehicles. The SIG deals in the following:

 

  • Design and develop the new Vehicles or modify existing ones,
  • Troubleshoot and solve Vehicle Related problems,
  • Plan and Design new manufacturing processes.

 

In this SIG, students manufactures ATV and take part in different events as well as conduct some workshops for junior students from first and second year.

 

Also the SIG conducts sessions, seminars, Expert Lectures, Technical Talks etc. to improve the student’ s knowledge on Auto motives. The Faculty Advisor for this SIG is Mr. Lokesh Aurangabadkar (Asst. Prof.) Mechanical Engineering Department.

Pic: Additive manufacturing SIG
Pic: Additive manufacturing SIG
  1. SIG- MECHATRONICS

 

Mechatronics SIG aims to integrate the Mechanical Engineering with Electronics Engineering and Computer Engineering in the design and manufacturing of products and processes & it has futuristic application in the cutting edge Technology. This exposes essentials in the design of intelligent products and transforms their concepts into reality. This SIG teaches wide range of applications especially in robotics, industrial & home automation, home appliances, inline assembly of automobiles, engine management system, aerospace, nuclear & marine Engineering. The Faculty Advisor for this SIG is Mr. Suveer Dubey (Asst. Prof.) Mechanical Engineering Department.

Pic: Mechatronics SIG
Pic: Mechatronics SIG
  1. AEROMODELLING CLUB

 

Aeromodelling Club works to cultivate and develop aerodynamic skills among students by carrying out practical activities. It aims at providing fine details involved in the construction and testing of aero models to students so that they can develop air-mindedness and motivate themselves to participate and win in the national level tech-fests. Various competitions like Water Rocket competition, Cruze Control etc. are held regularly in this club. Apart from this, students are also involved in the designing of RC planes, drones and hovercrafts. The Faculty Advisor for this SIG is Mr. Naman Gandhi (Asst. Prof.) Mechanical Engineering Department.

Pic: Aeromodelling Club
Pic: Aeromodelling Club

It is an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under the National Mission on Education through ICT. The Department of Mechanical Engineering conducts virtual labs programs organized by different IITs across the country

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Message From Head Of Department

Dr. D.V.Singh
Head of Department
Mechanical Engineering
Cont: 0731-4010527
Email: dheerendrav.singh@indoreinstitute.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dheerendra-vikram-singh-b425a6163/

A hearty welcome from Department of Mechanical Engineering at Indore institute of science and technology. In the current rapid changing technological environment with instant response to customer requirements, a new generation of mechanical engineers nourished with essential technical expertise and innovative approach which is needed for sustain in a competitive market. The department provides a cheerful academic life with productive experience at all levels of academic program so that our students effectively explore all sections of Mechanical Engineering. The Department of Mechanical Engineering also significantly established a pattern of students self-motivated participation in national and international technical events. Department is also committed to dedicate sound support to SIGs, associations and student’s clubs which strengthen students in fruitful participation in SAE-BAJA, SAE-SUPRA, Go Kart, Robotics hackathons and other technical events. These have been the pillars of our reputation. These activities give opportunities to students to interact with students & faculty persons of other institutes /universities and industry experts. Our faculty members are also actively publishing research articles, books and patents for maintaining research standards within the department. The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been conducting STTP, FDP, expert talk and seminars to keep the faculty and students abreast with the latest developments in the field of technical education as per the latest industrial requirement. Students of mechanical engineering showcased their talent at intercollegiate technical events and bagged prizes. We are happy to share that a good number of students are pursuing higher studies in leading universities of India or abroad. Our students are also working globally in multinational companies, defence services and reputed academic institutions. Last but not least, the technical staff of the mechanical engineering department is unique in its own experience and knowledge way. Department of mechanical engineering encourages undergraduate/postgraduate students to participate in research areas Design and simulation, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning , Advanced  Composites ,Advanced manufacturing techniques, Solar-Thermal Engineering, Artificial Intelligent Smart Vehicles ,Fatigue and Fracture Analysis, and Robotics through mini/major projects. This departmental webpage provides an overview of the academic program, academic facilities of our department, academics and research activities in the glimpse and faculty strength. We hope that you will find this webpage to be informative during your visiting in a different perspective as undergraduate or graduate student, or work in industry, or another university, or a visitor. If you have further questions after visiting the website, you can freely contact us. You may also correspond with us by Cell Phone, Email, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and various social media platforms.

State Of The Art Lab Infrastructure

HMT Lab
 TEGD Lab
CAD/CAM/CIM Lab
RAC Lab
BME Lab
DOM Lab
Fluid Mechanics Lab
IC ENGINE LAB
SOM LAB
Thermal Lab
Workshop

Know More About The Department

There are a number of career opportunities available in the mechanical engineering sector. These opportunities are exponentially increasing day by day with new emerging trend. Mechanical engineering graduates are sought by employers in almost all sectors of the engineering industry. These include:

  • Aerospace industry Cryogenics, designs, manufactures, operates and maintains aircraft, guided missiles, space vehicles, aircraft engines, propulsion units, and related parts, a scramjet (supersonic combustion ramjet)
  • Artificial Intelligence Supported Mechanical Engineering- Production process optimization ,internet of things, mechatronics, automation and intelligent system, autonomous vehicle, robotics, automation and intelligent system, autonomous vehicle, robotics
  • Automotive industryFuel efficient engine technologies, CAD CAM sustainability design, development, manufacture, marketing and selling of motor vehicles.
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning Industry – Laser cooling, design, simulation and fabrication, advances in heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
  • Advanced Manufacturing-3D Printing (additive manufacturing), 4D printing technology, digital manufacturing, interconnected machines, green manufacturing, agile manufacturing, stir friction welding, manufacturing optimization, rapid tooling, high-speed machining.
  • Industrial Engineering-Inventory control, supply chain management, purchase management, warehouse management, project management
  • Materials and metals industryNano-Technology, composite materials, activities include developing new materials and manufacturing components or end products.
  • Power generation and energy industry – Design, build and maintain the mechanical plant items such as steam turbines, advances in gas turbine technology, nuclear reactors and alternative energy (solar energy and other renewable energies), beamed energy propulsion, energy solutions computational fluid dynamics.
  • Inter industry sector- Bio-Medical Engineering, Agricultural Technology (Equipment used in Agriculture), Textile Industry, Nano Electro-Mechanical Systems, Digital Twins, Hyperloop Technology.
    • Petro and Chemical industry– Covers oil companies, chemicals manufacturers and the businesses that support them (e.g. to build new plants or develop new process technologies).
    • Construction industry– Designs and builds infrastructure, buildings and buildings services (e.g. heating and ventilation).
    • Defence industry– Provides equipment, support and services for the armed forces and national security.
    • Electronics industry– Designs and manufactures components and complete equipment for sectors from automotive to medicine and the military.
    • Fast moving consumer goods industry– Manufactures products such as household cleaning items, personal hygiene goods and convenience foods.
    • Marine industry– Develops and helps operate vessels.
    • Pharmaceuticals Industry– Develops and manufactures drugs.
    • Rail industry– Designs, constructs, manages and maintains rail system components from trains and tracks to electrical power systems and train control systems.
  • Utilities industry– Helps supply power, water, waste management and telecoms.
S.no Name Designation
1 Dr. D. V. Singh Professor & HoD
2 Dr. Vivek Mishra Associate Professor
3 Mr. Mukesh Sharma Associate Professor
4 Mr. Shantanu Roy Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Naman Kumar Gandhi Assistant Professor
6 Mr. Amit Kumar Chauhan Assistant Professor
7 Mr. Suveer Chandra Dubey Assistant Professor
8 Mr. Lokesh Aurangabadkar Assistant Professor
9 Mr. Dimpesh Silarpuriya Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Punit Mishra Assistant Professor
  1. Patents
  2. Dr D V Singh protected his research outcomes through patent publication in Indian patent journal on “Process of optimizing performance and device thereof” India Patent Application No. 201741041602.Date of Publication: 09/03/2018.
  3. Mr. Naman Kumar Gandhi Protected his Design Patent, Granted by Indian Patent Office on “Agriculture Implement” India Patent Application No. 295666, Date of Issue:18/07/2019.
  4. Book Publications

1.Dr D V Singh is complied his research as author of a Text Book of “Computational Fluid Dynamics in Hydraulic Francis Turbine”. (ISBN : 978 – 1- 73038 – 319 – 9)

  1. Research Supervision

 

S.No. Name of 

Research Supervisor

Research Program Scholar Name Enrolment University of Scholar Scholar Enrolment Year Status of PhD 
1 Dr D V Singh PhD Mr Bhavesh Devra Amity, Japiur 2018 Thesis Writing
2 Dr D V Singh PhD Mr Avinash Yadav LPU,Jalandhar 2019 Coursework is completed
3 Dr.Vivek Mishra PhD Mr. B. Laxman Rao CSVTU, Chhattisgarh  2019 Coursework completed and Registration 

D.Faculty Research Persuasion-PhD

 

Sr.No. Name of Faculty Member Research Program Enrolment in University Enrolment Year Status of PhD 
1 Mr Lokesh Aurangabdkar PhD DAVV,Indore 2018 RDC Cleared
2 Mr Punit Mishra PhD DAVV,Indore 2017 RDC Cleared
3 Mr Mukesh Sharma PhD DAVV,Indore 2018 RDC Cleared

 

  1. Reviewer in International/National Journals /Conferences
  2. Dr D V Singh is also reviewing regular research articles of research scholars for renowned Journals like International Journal of Refrigeration, Renewable Energy, Applied Thermal Engineering, Ambient Energy and International Journal of Renewable Energy Research.
  3. Dr. Vivek Mishra is also reviewing articles of various renowned Journals such as  Composite Communications, Polymer Composites, Advances in Polymer Technology, Journal of Industrial Textiles, Tribology International, Advances in Mechanical Engineering.
  4. Research Publications-International Journal

1.D.V.Singh and T.N.Verma.”Comment on first and second law analysis of ammonia/salt absorption refrigeration systems”. International Journal of Refrigeration, Vol. 109, No.1,2020, pp 208-209.

2.D.V.Singh and T.N.Verma.”Thermodynamic discussion on Second law-based thermodynamic analysis of Ammonia/Sodium Thiocyanate absorption system”.Renewable Energy. Vol. 147, No.1,2020, pp 2522- 2524. 

3.D.V.Singh and T.N.Verma.”Energy and exergy analysis of LiBr-H2O-operated vapour absorption refrigeration system using the ANN approach”. International Journal of Ambient Energy.(Published Online on 16 Oct.2019)

4.D.V.Singh,T.N.Verma,P.Nashine,T.S.Singh and D.Panwar.”ANN: Prediction of an experimental heat transfer analysis of concentric tube heat exchanger with corrugated inner tubes”.Applied Thermal Engineering. Vol. 120, No.1,2017, pp 219- 227. 

5.D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.Comment on “Thermodynamic analysis of absorption refrigeration cycles using the second law of thermodynamics method”. International Journal of Refrigeration. Vol. 48, No.1,2014, pp71- 73. 

6.D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.”Energy analysis of single-stage LiBr–water vapour absorption refrigeration system using artificial neural network approach”. International Journal of Ambient Energy. Vol. 32, No.4,2011, pp  194- 202.

7.D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.”Modeling of Artificial Neural Network for Predicting Specific Heat Capacity of Working Fluid LiBr-H2O Used in Vapor Absorption Refrigeration System”.International Journal of Online Engineering. Vol. 7, No.2,2011, pp 54- 56.

8.D.V.Singh,G. Maheshwari,R Shrivastav and D.K.Mishra.”Neural Network – Comparing the Performances of the Training Functions for Predicting the Value of Specific Heat of Refrigerant in Vapor Absorption Refrigeration System”.International Journal of Computer Applications.Vol. 18, No.4,2011, pp 1- 5.

9.D.V.Singh,P.Mishra,I Patel and N.Mathur.”Comparison between training function trainbfg and trainbr in modeling of neural network for predicting the value of specific heat capacity of working fluid libr-h2o used in vapour absorption refrigeration system”. Trends in Mechanical Engineering and Technology.Vol. 2, No.3,2012,pp 12- 28.

  1. D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.”Thermodynamic Design Data of NH3-LiNO3 Absorption Heat Pump Systems for Simultaneous Cooling & Heating using ANN Approach”. Journal of  Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Heating and Ventilation.Vol. 1, No.2,2014, pp 7- 13.

11.D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.”Thermodynamic Design Data of Ammonia-Sodium Thiocyanate Absorption Heat Pump systems Simultaneous Cooling and Heating using ANN Approach”. Journal of Thermal Engineering and applications.Vol. 1, No.1,2014, pp 30- 36.

12.D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.”Energy and Exergy Analysis of Ammonia Water Operated    Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System Using Artificial Neural Network Approach”.Journal of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Heating and Ventilation. Vol. 2, No.1,2015, pp 07- 20.

  1. V. Mishra.”Physical and Mechanical Behaviour of Epoxy/hexagonal Boron Nitride/Short Sisal Fiber Hybrid Composites”. Materials Today: Proceedings (Article in Press)
  2. V. Mishra, A. Agrawal and S. Chandraker. “Effect of Particle Surface Treatment on Mechanical Properties of Epoxy/Hexagonal Boron Nitride Composites”. Journal of Engineering, Management & Pharmaceutical Sciences.Vol. 6, No.1, 2019, pp. 47-52.
  3. V. Mishra and  H. Patel. “Analysis of Project Procurement Parameters For Structural Materials Using Design of Experiment”. International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering. Vol. 4, 2016, pp. 46-49.
  4. V. Mishra and S. Biswas. “Three-body Abrasive Wear Behaviour of Short Jute Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Composites”. Polymer Composites. Vol. 37, No. 1, 2016, pp. 270-278.
  5. V. Mishra and S. Biswas. “Evaluation of Three Body Abrasive Wear Behavior of Bidirectional Jute Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Composites”. Journal of Industrial Textiles.Vol. 44, No. 5, 2015, pp. 781–797.
  6. V. Mishra and S. Biswas. “Three-Body Abrasive Wear Behavior of Needle-Punched Nonwoven Jute Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Composites”. International Polymer Processing. Vol.  29, No. 3, 2014, pp. 356-363.
  7. V. Mishra and S. Biswas. “Physical and Mechanical Properties of Bi-directional Jute Fiber Epoxy Composites”. Procedia Engineering. Vol. 51, 2013, pp. 561-566.
  8. M.  Sharma and  J. Saini. ”Review of Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Heat Exchanger in the Light of Waste Heat Recovery Applications”.  Journal of Engineering Research and Application, Vol. 8, No. 9, 2018, pp. 55-64
  9. M. Sharma and  J. Saini.  ”Numerical Analysis of Helical Coil Heat Exchanger in the Light of Waste Heat Recovery Applications”.  International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 13, No. 18, 2018, pp. 13833-13840.
  10. M. Sharma,  A. Mishra, A. Toshniwal , H. Raghuwansh and L. Patidar. “ CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) Analysis of Wind Mill Blade “.  International Journal of Application of Engineering and Technology,  Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 393-396.
  11. M. Sharma, S. Gupta and  S. Meshram ” Productivity Improvement in Light and Medium Duty Chassis Assembly at VE Commercial Vehicle ” .International Journal of  Engineering Sciences & Research Technology, Vol. 4, No. 8, 2015, pp. 190-194.
  12. 24. Aurangabadkar, V. Mundra and  S. Mahajan. “Design and Fabrication of a Spine profile based anti-flexion support vest for Off Road vehicle drivers”.  International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Research, Vol.6,  No. 4,  2018, pp. 27 – 32.
  13. L. Aurangabadkar and  I. H. Shah. “Comparative Analysis of Emissions using CFD for Two Types of Combustion Chamber Geometry in a Diesel Engine” Indian Journal Of Applied Research, Vol. 4, No. 9, 2014, pp. 209 -212.
  14. N. K. Gandhi, H. Patidar,, S. B. Purohit, and P. Sharma. “Optimization of Thresher Blade Based on Tribological Aspects”. International Journal for Scientific Research and Development Vol. 4, No. 7, 2016, pp. 1049-1051.
  15. N. K. Gandhi, A. Sengar , S. D. Chaugaonkar and O.P. Verma. “Design Modifications of Alpha Stirling Engine for Reducing the Cylinder Pressure Loss and the Blow-By”. International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2017, pp. 1061-1064.
  16. N. K. Gandhi, A. Pal, H. Patidar and A. K. Gupta.”Design and Fabrication of a Wheel and Track Type Portable Galileo Wheel with Essential Features”. International Journal of Innovation in Engineering Research and management, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 2348-4918.
  17. N. K. Gandhi, Kamlesh, V. Jha and M. Chouskey. “Experimental Studies of Modal Testing in Rotating Machinery”. International Journal of Application of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp.  2395-3594
  18. N. K. Gandhi, A. Thakur, A. Thakur, S. Rathod and T. Patel. “Optimization and Fabrication of Sustainable Multi-Seed Drill Machine”. International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2018, pp. 2728-2731.

31.N. K. Gandhi, H. Mehta, R. Baghel, A. Gaikwad and P. Sharma. “Fabrication of Multipurpose Surveillance Drone”. International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2018, pp. 3483-3485.

  1. Research Publications-International Conference/Seminar/Symposia

1.D.V.Singh and T.N.Verma.“Simulink simulation for predicting thermodynamic properties of water –lithium bromide solution using ANN”. International Conference on Soft Computing Theories and Applications,held at National Institute of Technology Patna, Patna, India on 27 – 29 Dec 2019.

  1. D.V.Singh and G. Maheshwari.“Artificial neural network: evaluation of coefficient of performance of Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System”.National seminar on design & analysis of mechanical systems using optimization techniques,held at IET-DAVV, Indore on 14-15 Oct 2011.
  2. V. Mishra, A. Agrawal, S. Dubey and R. Chandraker. “ Review on Wear Behaviour of Natural fiber reinforced Polymer Composites”. International Conference on Recent Trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development (ICRTRESD-2020), held at  BIT, RAIPUR on 30 – 31 Jan 2020.
  3. V. Mishra, A. Agrawal and P. R. Gupta. “A Review on Machining of Polymer Composites”. All India Conference (AICON’16), held at CSIT, Durg on 22-23 April 2016.
  4. V.Mishra and S. Biswas. “Physical and Mechanical Behaviour of Needle-Punched Nonwoven Jute Fiber Reinforced Composites”. International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering, held at College of Engineering, Pune 29-31 May 2013.
  5. V. Mishra and S. Biswas. “Physical and Mechanical Characterisation of Short Jute-Epoxy Composites”. 4th- International Conference on Recent Advances in Composite Materials (ICRACM-2013),  held at Goa, 18-21 Feb 2013.
  6. M. Sharma,P. Kumar,P. Rathore,P. Shinde and N. Gandhi. “Design Of Sustainable Geothermal Air Conditioner “. 14th International Conference on Global Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities, held at Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore, 19-20 Jan 2019.
  7. L. Aurangabadkar, M. Jain, K. Patidar and M. Solanki, “Optimization of Fin Performance by Variation in Geometry”, International Conference of Production and Mechanical Engineers,  held at Pune, 21 May 2017.
  8. N. K. Gandhi ,A. K. Dwivedi, P. Shinde. “Design Improvement and Optimization of Agricultural Cultivator Shovel”. 9th-International Conference  on Innovative Research in Technology, Pharmacy, Management, Science & Humanities”, held at LNCT, Indore, 10-12 March 2018.
  9. 10. K. Gandhi, N. S. Nagra and A. Singh, “ Investigation of the Mechanical  Properties of Carburized Low Carbon Steel”. 14th International Conference on Global Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities, held at Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore, 19-20 Jan 2019.

11.N. K. Gandhi,A. K. Dwivedi, C.Chopra and A. Singh, “Investigation on Surface Hardening of Mild Steel by Carburizing Diffusion Process”. 14th International Conference on Global Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities, held at Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore, 19-20 Jan 2019.

12.N. K. Gandhi, P. Kumar, P. Rathore, P. Shinde and M. Sharma,“Design Of Sustainable Geothermal Air Conditioner”. 14th International Conference on Global Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities, held at Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore, 19-20 Jan 2019.

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