M.Tech (CAD/CAM)
Associate Professor
 
Phone: 7205157398
 

About Me

A quiet achiever; calm and focused highly motivated and enthusiastic graduate with a good knowledge in Mechanical & Industrial Engineering . Able to use own initiative and work as part of a team under pressure to meet objectives. Excellent communication and organizational skills, a strong work ethic and determination to succeed. Enthusiastic learner, eager to meet new challengers and  ability to quickly establish rapport with people from diverse backgrounds.

 
Research Fields

  • CAD/CAM/CIM
  • ROBOTICS
  • REVERSE ENGINEERING
  • DESIGN & MANUFACTURING

Teaching

  • ENGINEERING DRAWING
  • MACHINE DRAWING
  • PRODUCTION DRAWING
  • MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
  • DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS
  • MACHINE TOOLS
  • CAD/CAM
  • ROBOTICS
  • DESIGN ENGINEERING
  • MECHATRONICS
  • METAL CUTTING
  • HEAT TRANSFER
  • GEOMETRIC MODELING
  • PLANT LAYOUT & DESIGN

Expertise

  • AUTOCAD/CADIAN
  • PRO-E
  • UNIGRAHICS-NX
  • ANSYS
  • SOLID WORKS
  • CATIA

Interests

  • CAD/CAM/CIM
  • ROBOTICS
  • REVERSE ENGINEERING
  • DESIGN & MANUFACTURING

 
   

Research Fields

Combustion in four stroke spark ignition SI engines is a complex process consisting of air intake, fuel injection, compression, spark ignition, combustion, and finally gas exhaust phases where power is transmitted to the crankshaft. In spark ignition engines combustion is widely known as a nonlinear and noisy process. Instabilities, which are occurring as cycle-to-cycle variations of internal cylinder pressure, effect directly the power output.

Cyclic Variations in the combustion process are caused by variations in mixture motion within the cylinder at the time of spark, amounts of air fuel fed to cylinder each cycle, and mixing of fresh mixture and residual gases within the cylinder, especially in the vicinity of spark plug. These result in loss of power and efficiency, knocking, and incomplete burning of fuel, reducing the combustion efficiency. Examination of these variables helps in improving engine control procedure. Better combustion conditions improve engine efficiency

This work proposes experimentation on a Single Cylinder Spark Ignition Engine to enhance the combustion efficiency by the addition of Nanoparticles into the turbulent environment. In the initial stages it is required to identify the air fuel ratio at which the engine is producing maximum efficiency. After identification, under the same fuel-air ratio, Nanoparticles will be injected into the cylinder along with air just before combustion. Studies will be made on the Air to Nanoparticle ratio to improve the combustion efficiency