HCCI Engines-Opportunities and Challenges

In today’s world of global warming and increasing pollution, we are in the search of an alternate engine technology which gives the advantages of conventional engines and at the same time have lower harmful exhaust. The destination of this search is HCCI Engines. So I have included a brief comparison of HCCI Engines with conventional engines. I have included the… Read moreHCCI Engines-Opportunities and Challenges

Automated Cantilever Strain Measurements

 When a load is applied at the end of a beam, it creates a moment, shear stress, and strain on the beam.  These factors are critical in designing structures using beams.  Many laboratories conduct research on the relationship between the loads and those factors.  The cantilever’s strain can be measured autonomously using a Parallax Basic Stamp, programmed with PBasic.  The… Read moreAutomated Cantilever Strain Measurements


Title of Thesis: SYMBOL-BASED CONTROL OF A BALL-ON-PLATEMECHANICAL SYSTEMDegree candidate: Phillip YipDegree and year: Master of Science, 2004Thesis directed by: Assistant Professor Dimitrios Hristu-VarsakelisDepartment of Mechanical Engineering 1 Introduction 11.1 Objectives and Contributions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31.2 Outline . …. Read moreSYMBOL-BASED CONTROL OF A BALL-ON-PLATE

Report on at Ingersoll-Rand ( India) Private Limited

It was in 1921 that Ingersoll-Rand (India) Private Limited wasformed, headquartered in Calcutta with a branch office in Bombay.In 1958, the company established a branch office in Ahmedabad.Seven years later, buoyed by the country’s rapid industrializationafter independence, Ingersoll-Rand India established its first manufacturing facility in 1965 at Naroda, Ahmedabad. The company went public in 1977, and the following year it… Read moreReport on at Ingersoll-Rand ( India) Private Limited

Report on Liquid Nitrogen

Our paper examines the capability of several energy conversion process to provide sufficient energy in a world where the non-renewable resource are getting depleted. Moreover pollution caused by them is increasing at a rapid rate. One such efficient and non-polluting means of running the vehicles is the use of liquid nitrogen. To use liquid nitrogen as a non-polluting fuel, a… Read moreReport on Liquid Nitrogen


AIR BRAKE SYSTEM COMPONENTS OF AN AIR BRAKE SYSTEM: Air brake system consists of the following components: Compressor: The compressor generates the compressed air for the whole system. Reservoir: The compressed air from the compressor is stored in the reservoir. Unloader Valve: This maintains pressure in the reservoir at 8bar.When the pressure goes above 8 bar it immediately releases the… Read moreAIR BRAKE SYSTEM