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Transient Analysis Of Disk Brake By Using Ansys Software, G. Babukanth, M. Vimal Teja 2020 Nimra College of Engineering & Technology, Ibrahimpatnam, Vijayawada

Transient Analysis Of Disk Brake By Using Ansys Software, G. Babukanth, M. Vimal Teja

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In this paper the thermo elastic phenomenon occurring in the disk brakes, the occupied heat conduction and elastic equations are solved with contact problems. The numerical simulation for the thermo elastic behavior of disk brake is obtained in the repeated brake condition. The computational results are presented for the distribution of heat flux and temperature on each friction surface between the contacting bodies. Also, thermo elastic instability (TIE) phenomenon (the unstable growth of contact pressure and temperature) is investigated in the present study, and the influence of the material properties on the thermo elastic behaviors (the maximum temperature on the ...


Analysis Of One Dimensional Inverse Heat Conduction Problem : A Review, Rakesh Kumar, Jayesh. P, Niranjan Sahoo 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Guwahati, Guwahati-781039, India

Analysis Of One Dimensional Inverse Heat Conduction Problem : A Review, Rakesh Kumar, Jayesh. P, Niranjan Sahoo

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

A procedure to solve inverse heat conduction problem (IHCP) is to derive surface heat flux and temperature from temperature change inside a solid. The method proves to be very useful and powerful when a direct measurement of surface heat flux and temperature is difficult, owing to several working condition. The literature reviewed here discussion one dimensional inverse heat conduction problem. Procedure, criteria, methods and important results of other investigation are briefly discussed.


Mechanical And Optical Properies Of Poly Lactic Acid Modified Linear- Low Density Polyethylene / Low Density Polyethylene (Lldpe/Ldpe) Blend Blown Film, Omveer Singh, Pradeep Upadhyaya, Navin Chand, T.k Mishra 2020 Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology, Lucknow, India

Mechanical And Optical Properies Of Poly Lactic Acid Modified Linear- Low Density Polyethylene / Low Density Polyethylene (Lldpe/Ldpe) Blend Blown Film, Omveer Singh, Pradeep Upadhyaya, Navin Chand, T.K Mishra

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Poly lactic acid (PLA) is well known aliphatic poly-esters derived from corn and sugar beets, and degrades into nontoxic compounds in landfill. Melt blending of poly lactic acid and linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) was performed in an effort to toughen polylactic acid. Melt blending of linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) and polylactic Acid (PLA) and Low density poly ethylene (LDPE) were performed in a twin screw extruder with post extrusion blown film. The blend compositions were optimized by mechanical properties. On the basis of this, LLDPE 80 wt % LDPE 20 wt% and 1-4 wt% poly lactic acid (PLA) were ...


Computational Estimation And Rans Simulation Of Free Surface Flow Around A Ship Hull, Katuri Samarpana 2020 M.V.G.R. Engineering College/ Mechanical, Vizianagaram, India

Computational Estimation And Rans Simulation Of Free Surface Flow Around A Ship Hull, Katuri Samarpana

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Ship hydrodynamics present many unique challenges due to complex geometry, environment, and operating conditions, which results in many complex physics and modelling issues. This is commonly studied through experiments in a towing tank and experiments in a sea keeping and manoeuvring basin. Recently hydrodynamicists have begun to venture into computational prediction of hydrodynamic behaviour of surface ships. Free surface phenomenon around a ship hull plays an important role in its resistance. Wave making resistance comes from the very presence of free surface. Therefore its accurate prediction is very essential for ship design. The flow problem to be simulated is rich ...


Fatigue Analysis Of Aluminum Alloy Wheel Under Radial Load, N. Satyanarayana, Ch. Sambaiah 2020 Department Of Mechanical Engineering, Nimra College of Engineering & Technology, Ibrahimpatnam, Vijayawada

Fatigue Analysis Of Aluminum Alloy Wheel Under Radial Load, N. Satyanarayana, Ch. Sambaiah

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In this paper a detailed “Fatigue Analysis of Aluminum Alloy Wheel under Radial Load”. During the part of project a static and fatigue analysis of aluminum alloy wheel A356.2 was carried out using FEA package. The 3 dimensional model of the wheel was designed using CATIA. Then the 3-D model was imported into ANSYS using the IGES format. The finite element idealization of this modal was then produced using the 10 node tetrahedron solid element. The analysis was performed in a static condition. This is constrained in all degree of freedom at the PCD and hub portion. The pressure ...


“Experimental Studies On Mechanical Properties Of E-Glass Short Fibres & Fly Ash Reinforced Al 7075 Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites”, PRABHAKAR KAMMER, H.K. SHIVANAND, SANTHOSH KUMAR.S 2020 MGR University, Tamilnadu, India

“Experimental Studies On Mechanical Properties Of E-Glass Short Fibres & Fly Ash Reinforced Al 7075 Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites”, Prabhakar Kammer, H.K. Shivanand, Santhosh Kumar.S

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Conventional monolithic materials have limitations in achieving good combination of strength, stiffness, toughness and density. To overcome these shortcomings and to meet the ever increasing demand of modern day technology, composites are most promising materials of recent interest. Metal matrix composites (MMCs) possess significantly improved properties including high specific strength, specific modulus, damping capacity and good wear resistance compared to unreinforced alloys. Among the MMC’s aluminum composites are predominant in use due to their low weight and high strength. The key features of MMC’s are specific strength and stiffness, excellent wear resistance, high electrical and thermal conductivity. The ...


Process Optimization Of Frp Sandwich Composite Structure For Engineering Application, SATYA RANJAN DAS, SANJAY CHOUDHRY, VIJAI KUMAR 2020 Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology, Lucknow (U.P.) India

Process Optimization Of Frp Sandwich Composite Structure For Engineering Application, Satya Ranjan Das, Sanjay Choudhry, Vijai Kumar

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

“Composites are the combination of a reinforcement fibre in a thermoset polymer resin matrix, where the reinforcement has an aspect ratio that enables the transfer of loads between fibres, and the fibres are chemically bonded to the resin matrix.” FRP (fibre reinforced plastic) Sandwich structure are defined as a three layer type of construction a thick layer known as core and two thin polymer layer known as face . In automobile and aerospace industries FRP composites are used due to numerous advantage like mechanical, chemical, thermal properties and light weight. The mechanical, thermal chemical properties can be optimize by stabilizing the ...


Investment Casting – Rapid Tooling Approach, M, SIVADASAN, N. K. SINGH, ANOOP KUMAR SOOD 2020 National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology, Ranchi 834 003, Jharkhand, India

Investment Casting – Rapid Tooling Approach, M, Sivadasan, N. K. Singh, Anoop Kumar Sood

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Investment casting is synonym with producing precision components and investment casters usually take up the order if the volume is huge enough. This is due to high and unjustifiable tooling cost and long lead times associated with the development of metal moulds for producing wax (sacrificial) patterns for customized single casting or small quantity production. One of the feasible solutions is opt rapid tooling. In so- called rapid investment casting the most critical process will be building the investment shell and protecting it from thermal crack. This work investigates the shell crack and counter. In this work pattern are modeled ...


Modeling Of Biodiesel Plant Design: Data Estimation And Generation Based On Suppositions And Interpolation, ASHWIN S. CHATPALLIWAR, DR. VISHWAS S. DESHPANDE, DR. JAYANT P. MODAK, NILESHSINGH V. THAKUR 2020 Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management

Modeling Of Biodiesel Plant Design: Data Estimation And Generation Based On Suppositions And Interpolation, Ashwin S. Chatpalliwar, Dr. Vishwas S. Deshpande, Dr. Jayant P. Modak, Nileshsingh V. Thakur

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

This paper presents the approach for the Biodiesel plant design data estimation and generation to support the mathematical formulation of the model. Presented approach is based on certain suppositions. Design data is estimated by using actual fundamentals involved in the design of the resources and equipments. Later, the sample space is increased by generating the design data. Design data is generated using the concept of linear interpolation, where the basic data fitting model is developed and then the intermediate design data values are obtained to increase the sample space. This facilitates the formulation of mathematical model. Experimental results are obtained ...


Design And Analysis Of Water Motor Vehicle With Electrolysis Process, ABHISHEKH KUMAR, Ankit Jain 2020 JIT Borawan (M.P.), S.S.S.I.S.T., Sehore (M.P.)

Design And Analysis Of Water Motor Vehicle With Electrolysis Process, Abhishekh Kumar, Ankit Jain

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In our vehicle, the power plant (engine) will use hydrogen as well as gasoline for all the various functions which the vehicle or any part of it, may be called upon to perform. If by chance there is shortage of hydrogen, our vehicle will switch over to gasoline mode. We chose water because water is a binary compound that occurs at room temperature and is widely used as solvent. Hence we decided to separate out hydrogen and oxygen from H₂O. And also it will make our vehicle echo friendly. As hydrogen is a non metallic univalent element which is highly ...


Erosion Wear Behaviour Of Bamboo/Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Based Hybrid Composites, Sandhyarani Biswas, Prity Aniva Xess 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela Odisha, India

Erosion Wear Behaviour Of Bamboo/Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Based Hybrid Composites, Sandhyarani Biswas, Prity Aniva Xess

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Now-a-days, there is an increasing interest in hybrid composites made by combination of two or more different types of fiber in a common matrix because these materials offer a range of properties that cannot be attained with a single type of reinforcement. The fibres are either natural or synthetic and both types of fiber have advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, in this work a new class of hybrid composite reinforced with a synthetic fiber and a natural fiber is developed to get the advantage of both the fibres in terms of superior tribological properties and economy. The present research work is ...


Material Of Structure Affecting The Frequency Analysis Using Fem Package, JN Mahto, SC Roy, RS Prasad 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering, BIT, Sindri

Material Of Structure Affecting The Frequency Analysis Using Fem Package, Jn Mahto, Sc Roy, Rs Prasad

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In the present investigation, efforts have been made to find effect material on cantilever beam under vibration. Specimens were modelled and analysed using FEM package (Abacus). Analysis was done by setting maximum frequency value as 60 Hz. It was found that a cantilever beam attains different modes of vibration. For mode-I of vibration the value of ‘strain energy’ and ‘deflection of beam’ along the cantilever beam from fixed end towards free end were obtained and tabulated. Aluminium, Copper and Steel were selected as three different materials for analysis. Numerical data obtained from FEM analysis were further tabulated and plotted for ...


Fea Based Study Of Effect Of Radial Variation Of Outer Link In A Typical Roller Chain Link Assembly, Tushar D. Bhoite, Prashant M. Pawar, Bhaskar D. Gaikwad 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering, SVERI’s College of Engineering, Pandharpur, Solapur, Maharashtra, India

Fea Based Study Of Effect Of Radial Variation Of Outer Link In A Typical Roller Chain Link Assembly, Tushar D. Bhoite, Prashant M. Pawar, Bhaskar D. Gaikwad

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Chain Link assembly is extensively used in the industry, the scope of this paper is to review the applications in the industry and explore the design considerations that go into the design of the assembly. The paper delves into various application aspects and manufacturing aspects to formulate an idea of the system. Finally Finite Element Analysis (FEA) has been used to conduct shape optimization. Since lot of work has already been done in other components, in this paper the focus has been narrowed down to specific component of outer link. Within the outer link, most dimensions in the industry are ...


Structural Analysis And Optimization A Must In Spacecraft Projects, Aminu Muhammed Audu, Huang Hai 2020 Beihang University, 100191 Beijing, People’s Republic of China,

Structural Analysis And Optimization A Must In Spacecraft Projects, Aminu Muhammed Audu, Huang Hai

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

An efficient weight reduction and improved stiffness requirements of a practical spacecraft Trainsat-1 satellite are presented, utilizing abound high efficient method used in MSC. Nastran. Numerical example was also given to test the validity of the software in spacecraft application.


Taguchi Analysis On Cutting Forces And Temperature In Turning Titanium Ti-6al-4v, Satyanarayana Kosaraju, Venu Gopal Anne, Bangaru Babu Popuri 2020 Mechanical Engineering Department, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, India

Taguchi Analysis On Cutting Forces And Temperature In Turning Titanium Ti-6al-4v, Satyanarayana Kosaraju, Venu Gopal Anne, Bangaru Babu Popuri

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Titanium alloy machining is hindered basically due to its high chemical reactivity and low thermal conductivity. The present work is focused on investigating the effect of process parameters on machinability performance characteristics and there by optimization of the turning of Titanium (Grade 5) based on Taguchi method. The cutting speed, feed and depth of cut were used as the process parameters where as the cutting force and temperature ware selected as performance characteristics. The L9 orthogonal array based on design of experiments was used to conduct experiments. The degree of influence of each process parameter on individual performance characteristic was ...


Analysis And Optimization Of Ceramic Cutting Tool In Hard Turning Of En-31 Using Factorial Design, Chetan Darshan, Lakhvir Singh, APS Sethi 2020 Mechanical Engineering Department, DAV Institute of Technology (PB) INDIA,

Analysis And Optimization Of Ceramic Cutting Tool In Hard Turning Of En-31 Using Factorial Design, Chetan Darshan, Lakhvir Singh, Aps Sethi

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Manufacturers around the globe persistently looking for the cheapest and quality manufactured machined components to compete in the market. Good surface quality is desired for the proper functioning of the produced parts. The surface quality is influenced by cutting speed, feed rate and depth of cut and many other parameters. In the present study attempt has been made to evaluate the performance of ceramic inserts during hard turning of EN-31 steel. The analysis of variance is applied to study the effect of cutting speed, feed rate and depth of cut on Flank wear and surface roughness. Model is found to ...


Effect Of Β/Α Strength Ratio On The Stress-Strain Curve Of Beta Titanium Alloy By Finite Element Modelling, Srinivasu G, R. N. Rao 2020 Mechanical Engineering Department, National Institute of Technology Warangal, Warangal, India

Effect Of Β/Α Strength Ratio On The Stress-Strain Curve Of Beta Titanium Alloy By Finite Element Modelling, Srinivasu G, R. N. Rao

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

A systematic study was undertaken to determine the effect of the β/α strength ratio on the stress-strain behavior of near beta titanium alloy by the finite element method where the volume percent of the second phase was constant at 16 vol.%. The β/α strength ratio of the harder β phase to the softer α phase was varied from approximately 4 to 5 where the a phase strength (0.2% YS) was kept constant at 296 MPa. It was found that the flow stress did not vary linearly with the strength ratio. Stress gradients were found in both α ...


Tpm Review In A Sheet Metal Parts Manufacturing Company, R.S. Mhetre, R.J. Dhake 2020 Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Tpm Review In A Sheet Metal Parts Manufacturing Company, R.S. Mhetre, R.J. Dhake

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In all manufacturing plants the machines and equipment’s are influenced by deterioration in performance due to its age and use, obsolescence due to improvement in technology and failure due to unplanned maintenance Improper maintenance leads to unavailability of machine Hence the effective maintenance becomes useful in improving equipment life, reducing manufacturing cost, improving quality and minimizing the many unforeseen losses which are responsible for reducing the potential of the manufacturing plant. This paper addresses the issue by taking a case study of a manufacturing company. Detailed analysis and calculations are carried out on data collected through discussion, interview and ...


Analysis Of Limiters For Aditya Tokamak, Nakul M. Kodarkar, Abhay S. Gore, S. B. Bhatt, M. K. Rodge 2020 Dept. of Production, SGGSIE&T, Nanded, India

Analysis Of Limiters For Aditya Tokamak, Nakul M. Kodarkar, Abhay S. Gore, S. B. Bhatt, M. K. Rodge

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

ADITYA Tokamak is a medium size ohmically heated tokamak. The hot plasma interacts with the vacuum vessel wall introducing impurities in the plasma and also damages the vacuum vessel wall. Limiter is used to reduce plasma - wall interaction and protect the vacuum vessel wall as well as inside components. It also controls impurity generation. ADITYA has a set of two types of limiters (i) Safety limiter (ii) a Poloidal limiter. Formally all the limiters are made of shaped graphite tiles fixed on stainless steel base plates. But graphite tiles are responsible for low Z impurities in plasma. To avoid these ...


Experimental Determination Of Dessicant Cooling System For Thermal Comfort, Ankit Jain, Amitesh Paul, G.L. Selokar 2020 Sri Satya Sai Institute of Science & Technology, Sehore, (M.P.)

Experimental Determination Of Dessicant Cooling System For Thermal Comfort, Ankit Jain, Amitesh Paul, G.L. Selokar

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Desiccant cooling technology can be used to solve a variety of building comfort, quality and energy related issues. The main objective of my research work was to assess the feasibilities of utilization of solar energy for regeneration of desiccant wheel by hot air provided by solar air heater. It will help in saving electrical energy for regeneration of desiccant wheel. In the research work the following assumptions are made: a. The weight of this system is very less and the structure is also porous which allow easy passage for air b. There is very less pressure drop across the wheel ...


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