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About Department

“Come as you are. Leave as you want to be”

This has been motto of Mechanical Engineering Department of Sharda University right since its inception. By choosing this department, one will join a dynamic community where he/she will be challenged and supported to achieve one’s goals. One will Learn how to take a product from initial concept, to design and manufacture. A degree in Mechanical Engineering will pitchfork the student on the path to learn about mechanical design, structures and materials, then select specialist topics to study. Project work throughout the degree provides the opportunity to apply one’s design skills to real-world problems.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is headed by Prof. Bhim Singh, who is an eminent researcher and administrator of high repute. Other Professors in the Department include those with rich academic, research, administrative, and professional experience such as with Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and reputed public and private Universities in USA, France and India. The Professors are also regarded well by their peer bodies and have been conferred life-time Fellowships along with lifetime Memberships in various professional bodies.

Close monitoring of the progress of the B.Tech. students are ensured by a team of Research Associates and Teaching Assistants employed in the department. All the labs are staffed with technical staff having vast experience in the Industry or with labs in top academic Institutions, who assist students in performing experiments. Professional excellence, Self-Discipline, Professional attitude, and all around the development of students is encouraged by the Department throughout their stay.

There is an Automobile lab equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to provide hands-on experience on an Automobile engine. The student has to work on various activities like dismantling, overhauling and assembling of an engine which is the example of the way in which education is imparted to the students.

Team Tornadoes Racing is official Baja Racing team of Sharda University Mechanical Engineering Students, which participates in various Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Events. It has an SAE Collegiate Club comprising of 50+ students from all four years, who volunteered their time and talents to conceive the design and build small scale All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV ) for SAE events under the able guidance of Faculty Members. The Team Tornadoes racing is an entirely student-run competition team and every year they design and manufacture a new race vehicle. The objective of Team Tornadoes racing is to take our University's young aspiring Mechanical Engineers to push to their limits so that they can strengthen their minds to improvise the theoretical knowledge in today life.

The department of mechanical engineering motivates and prepares students to participate in national and international events. The students participated in the international auto expo 2016 held at Greater Noida and displayed various projects made by them such as the All Terrain Vehicle (ATV), smart helmet, All season ventilated bikers' jacket and garnered a lot of appreciation from various professionals and the general public

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers Regular Programmes in:

  • B.Tech. (Mechanical)
  • B.Tech. (Automobile)
  • B Tech (Mechatronics Engineering)
  • M.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) with specialization in Production & Industrial Engineering/Thermal & Fluids Engineering / Machine design.
  • PhD (Mechanical Engineering)

The Department also offers enrollment in B.Tech at Sharda University under Lateral Entry/ Migration, directly in the 2nd year. A convenient option to do Post Graduation at Sharda University for a regular faculty at any approved University/Institution or an Industry-sponsored Candidate is our M.Tech. - Modular Programme. All B.Tech. programmes make use of e-Learning methodologies in the classrooms, Wi-fi connectivity, Learning Management System (LMS), and Laptops/Computers to provide thorough exposure to students in nationally and Internationally evolving pedagogies.

VISION 

  • To be a department of excellence, preparing professional mechanical engineers, having passion for innovation, entrepreneurship and research, to provide sustainable solution to the needs of the society.

MISSION

  • To offer a curriculum that prepares students with knowledge, skills and ethical values for exploring professional practices.
  • To train students with industry driven and research oriented teaching-learning methods.
  • To groom students into competent professionals that are sensitive to the issues of environment & energy, and such other needs of the society.
  • To equip students with necessary skills to contribute innovatively in nation building.

Awards & Achievements

  • Students of Mechanical Engineering Department Participated in Auto Expo 2020 with their innovations. One of these innovations “The Bike with Back Gear” was talk of the auto expo and was widely covered in almost every media.

  • This huge achievement of our students found its place of honour on the cover page of  “India Today” , India’s most reputed and widely circulated weekly, on its issue dated March 23, 2020.

The other links and photos of our achievements at Auto Expo2020.

 

http://www.news.readyhojao.com/2020/02/11/tech-auto-news-in-hindi-aligarh-muslim-university-and-sharda-university-car-and-bike-automobile-project-at-auto-expo-2020-आईआईटी-के/

https://indiaeducationdiary.in/amp/sharda-university-displayed-the-iconic-e-bikes-vision-vaaan-at-auto-expo-2020/

https://youtu.be/9dBUgDI4qZ8

https://www.bhaskar.com/tech-auto/auto-news/news/aligarh-muslim-university-and-sharda-university-automobile-project-at-auto-expo-2020-126726500.html

http://www.samvadexpress.com/archives/3943

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmeSgNkhPYM

https://youtu.be/zm1RRG8yM2w

https://youtu.be/4me7sZb-0Yc

https://youtu.be/8LkiKg0vctY

https://youtu.be/EErN0v-nq6Q

https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh/noida-ncr-auto-expo-2020-students-claim-he-made-worlds-first-motorcycle-with-back-gear-20006120.html

https://youtu.be/YQlJ-m0DauY

 

  • Dr Bhim Singh, Professor and HOD was awarded Emerald Literati Award 2019/Emerald Publishing , an international level International
  • Dr Ananda Babu, Associate Professor got 2019 Early Career Research Award/SERB,DST, National level award.
  • Dr Ananda Babu, Associate Professor, Secured Elite Silver with 5% Topper in SWAYAM-NPTEL MOOC course (Composites)/SWAYAM, MHRD,India in 2019, a National lecel award.
  • Mr Francis John, Assistant Professor, was awarded  with PhD Fellowship/ IMT SCUOLA ALTI STUDI LUCCA  International.
  • Dr Ananda Babu, Associate professor, was awarded a 3 year project of Rs. 24,18,900, on the subject,” Mechanical Characterization of Multi-functional CNT Reinforced Hybrid Honeycomb Core and its Failure Response Assessment in Integrated Composite Sandwich Shell Subjected to Combined Loading”  By DST-SERB under ECR scheme.
  • Dr Bhim Singh, Professor and HOD, completed a successful consultancy on” Automation and Production Line”  with Prakash Diesels (P) Ltd. Mr. Mukesh Garg Char Puliya, Near Ravi Cold Storage, Narich Hathras Road, Sati Nagar, Naraich, Agra-282006, U.P.

Seminars & Workshops

  • A three-day Professional Development Program on Industry 4.0: Smart factories with Lean Manufacturing was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sharda University from 25th June to 27th June 2020 in association with Association of Energy Engineers Delhi (AEE Delhi), Ecotech 12 Industries Association- Greater Noida, Indian Industries Association (IIA)- G.B. Nagar, MSME Industrial Association- Noida, The Toy Association of India and Laghu Udyog Bharti. The program was ornamented by the esteemed speakers belonging to academia as well as industry possessing tons of experience and sea of knowledge. The prominent speakers from the academia were Prof. Parma Nand, Dean- School of Engineering and Technology- Sharda University, Dr. Bhim Singh, Head-Mechanical Engineering Department- Sharda University, Dr. Ashish Agrawal, Professor- IGNOU, Prof. Vivek Gupta, Head- Automobile Engineering- Amity University, Dr. Saurabh Agrawal, Assistant Professor- DTU and Dr. Arvind Gupta, Professor- YMCA. The speakers from the industry had some very big names like Mr. Yogesh Gupta, Vice President-AEE Delhi, Mr. Satya Prakash Singh, Associate Vice President- Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd, Mr. Sameer Kumar, Co-Founder Esthetly, Mr. Suresh Kumar, Senior Project Manager- MothersonSumi Infotech & Designs Ltd, Dr. R.K. Yadav, President- AEE Delhi, Mr. Venkatesh, National Training Manager- SMC Corporation Ltd and Mr. Saurabh Mohan Saxena, Global Managing Director-AHODS Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Some of the important topics that were discussed at length were transition of current factories into smart factories, application of lean manufacturing and industry 4.0 in the existing system, challenges and requirements associated with the transition and application, the role of government and top management, how the workforce can be motivated to adapt to the change in the system etc. Case studies were presented by Mr. Suresh Kumar of MothersonSumi INfotech & Designs Ltd and Mr. Venkatesh of SMC Corporation Ltd which gave a detailed insight of the topic to the participants. The event was successfully attended by some 275 participants comprising of students, faculties, industry personals ranging from engineers and managers to the directors of reputed companies.
  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering, in association with various industrial bodies, organized a three day online Professional Development Programme from 25/07/2020 to 27/07/2020 on the topic, “ industry 4.0: Smart Factories with Lean Manufacturing.” Dr Prma Nand, Dean-SET welcomed the guests followed by presentation by Dr Bhim Singh (HOD) which set in motion the theme of the programme. It was addressed by seven industrial captains and as many prominent academicians.
  • A five day long E-FDP ( Faculty Development Programme) was conducted from 15/06/2020 to 19/06/2020 on the theme “ Role of Energy management in Smart City” jointly with Electrical Engineering  Department. This programme was overwhelmingly attended by more than one thousand faculty members from all over India. The following dignitaries were the main speakers in this programme:

 

  • Dr. Peter Fath, CEO, RCT Solutions Pvt Ltd, Germany
  • Mr. M.Sukumar Reddy, Manager Projects (Asia), RCT Solutions Pvt Ltd., Germany
  • Dr. O. P. Nangia, Sr. Consultant in Renewable Solar Energy Technologies, Director (New Era SolarSolutions P Ltd.), Formerly Head-BHEL Solar Plant (Gurgaon)
  • Mr. Ashhar Ahmed, Head International Strategic Alliance E-TRIO
  • Prof. H. K.Verma, Ex-Director IIT Roorkee, Distinguished Professor, Sharda University

The Department of Mechanical Engineering organized a National Conference " Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering and Technology ETME-2017 on 23-24 March 2017 Faculty of Mechanical Department participated in a talk delivered by our Honourable Vice-Chancellor Prof Vijay Gupta titled Fluid Dynamics of Vocal Cords on 29th March 2014.

 

Infrastructure

Basic Workshop

The first year students are taught about carpentry, machine shop, soldering, welding, sheet metal work, fitting work and smithy shop etc. in this shop.

Laboratories

The Mechanical Engineering department provides the latest knowledge to the students. All the laboratories cater to the needs of the students giving hands-on experience and the wide coverage of the subjects. The department has well-established laboratories.

Engineering Mechanics Laboratory

This Laboratory has apparatus to conduct the experiments based on worm and worm wheel, Belt Pulley, Trusses, Beams, Momentum Conservation, Friction, Moment of Inertia, Gear Train, Slider Crank Mechanism, Ultimate Tensile/ Compressive Strength, Toughness, Hardness etc.

Material Science & Testing Laboratory

This Laboratory has the facilities for testing engineering materials. It includes two universal testing machines, Torsion testing machine, Impact test, Brinell hardness tester, Rockwell hardness tester, Vickers hardness tester, NDT methods. Microstructural examination on cutting, grinding, polishing, etching, and heat treatment experiments etc. can also be performed in this Laboratory.

Engineering Drawing/Machine Drawing Laboratory

This lab provides the facilities to create the drawings of various parts as well as different components, assembly of machines, structures, systems etc.

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

This lab provides the facilities to conduct the experiments based on orifice meters, venturi meters, notches, meta-centric heights, Reynolds number, friction factor, boundary layer thickness, Darcy law, surface tension, coefficient of viscosity, Bernoullis theorem, pipe fitting coefficients etc.

Measurement and Metrology Laboratory

Experiments based on the pressure measurement, temperature measurement, strain gauge measurement, flow measurement, vibration measurement, limits, fits, tolerances, an effective diameter of a screw thread by 3 wire methods etc. are conducted in this laboratory. The measuring devices like Vernier callipers, micrometres, tachometers, sine bars, slip gauges, limit gauges, level protector, feeler gauge, dial indicators are used to conduct different experiments in the laboratory.

Dynamics of Machines Laboratory

This laboratory has an apparatus like cam & follower mechanism, governors, gyroscopes, gears, gear trains, brakes, clutches, linkages & mechanisms etc. to conduct several experiments.

Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory

It facilitates to conduct the experiments on Stefan's law, emissivity, pool boiling, critical insulation thickness, heat pipes and various modes of heat transfer on a composite wall, composite cylinders, heat pipes, solar collector, heat exchangers (parallel and counter flow) etc.

Machine Design Laboratory

Design and drawing of cotter/ knuckle /welded/riveted/ bolted joints, keys, couplings, screw jack by conventional design process and using C-programming are performed in this laboratory.

Manufacturing Science Laboratory

Various manufacturing processes like casting, mould, pattern making, injection moulding with plastics, sand testing, hand forging process, tube bending, press work experiments i.e. blanking/ piercing, washer etc, wire drawing/extrusion, jigs/fixture experiments, power hammer etc are conducted over there. On the other hand shear angle/tube cutting/threading on various manufacturing processes  like casting, mould, pattern making, injection molding with plastics, sand testing, hand forging process, tube bending, press work experiments i.e. blanking/ piercing, washer etc, wire drawing/extrusion, jigs/fixture experiments, power hammer etc are conducted over there. On the other hand, shear angle/tube cutting/threading on a lathe, grinding, gear cutting (milling machine), surface grinding, machining on the shaper, arc/resistance welding, soldering, brazing, drilling of holes using twist drills, unconventional machining are also performed in next semester.

Fluid Machinery Laboratory

Experiments are conducted on Pelton wheel, Francis/ Kaplan turbines, reciprocating pumps, centrifugal pumps, hydraulic jack/press, hydraulic ram, hydraulic brake in this laboratory.

Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Laboratory

This Laboratory emphasizes the study of various refrigeration and air-conditioning components e.g. compressor, evaporators, condensers, expansion devices etc. Performance evaluation complete system is done on several test rigs.

Automobile Engineering Laboratory

Different systems of an automobile like suspension systems, braking systems, injection systems, steering systems, lubrication and cooling systems, transmission systems, ignition systems, fuel supply systems and various parts of automobiles are explained in details by different sectioned and working models.

CAD/CAM Laboratory

There is an exclusive computational laboratory with CAD, CAM and CAE facilities. The laboratory has CNC Milling to meet the basic requirements. The department has 60 AUTOCAD licenses. The Laboratory will also be equipped with virtual modelling and virtual simulation software. The laboratory is planned to provide hands-on experience on Pro/Engineer, Catia.

CNC Laboratory

This lab provides the facilities to conduct the various machining operation on the cylindrical and rectangular workpieces. It comprises of machines like FLEXTURN which is a numerically controlled machine and MTAB XL MILL is a 3 axes CNC bench-milling machine with Fanuc Emulated control programming software.The software incorporates major functions and facilities used in an industrial controller with a further option of linking to CAD/CAM & FMS.

  • Simulation Laboratory

The simulation laboratory is equipped with Matlab and Simulink software. Matlab is an important tool for mathematical modelling, real-time analysis and numerical solution. Simulink is used for simulation of mechanical systems such as hydraulic systems, thermodynamic cycles, braking systems, power plants and dynamic systems. The laboratory will also be equipped with Finite Element analysis, heat transfer analysis, kinematics and dynamics simulation and CFD software in future.  

Work System Design Laboratory

This is a state of the art laboratory to study human factors and ergonomics. The laboratory is equipped with various ergonomics measurement systems such as anthropometric kit, handgrip dynamometer, vibrometer, pinch gauge, stethoscope, heart rate monitors, EMG electrodes, light, sound and temperature meters, vibration sensors and weight scales. The students do the critical measurements related to existing and proposed way of working. They establish a way of working for high human comfort and high outputs.

Automotive Aerodynamics Laboratory

The laboratory has a large wind tunnel equipped with modern measurement facilities such as anemometers, pressure gauges, non-intrusive probes and high-speed camera for flow visualization. Any object can be placed in the wind tunnel for aerodynamic studies such as drag, lift, wake formation and turbulence.

Automotive Air Conditioning Laboratory

Several working models of the automotive air-conditioning system are installed in this laboratory. The students can visualize the working of the system and can take measurements. Transient measurements are carried out to find out the cooling time of the passenger cabin.

Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory

This laboratory is equipped with the modern experimental facilities for IC engines. The cut sections of working models of four-cylinder petrol engine, six-cylinder diesel engine, carburettor, ignition systems, and several other engine subsystems are displayed for visual studies. There are experimental setups on the petrol engine, four-cylinder diesel engine and single cylinder diesel engine with modern measuring equipment. The bomb calorimeter and the flash point apparatus are used to measure calorific value and sulphur content in fuels and flash point of fuel and mixture respectively. The laboratory is also having an experimental system for fuel supply system in a diesel engine and petrol engine.

Applied Thermodynamics Laboratory

This laboratory is equipped with modern testing instrumentation, which is regularly updated and extended. Exhaust sampling and analysis is conducted by means of gas analyzers for regulated pollutants such as CO, CO2, NOx and HC. The exhaust sampling and analysis is further enhanced with the use of the ultra-fast NO, NO2, and HC analyzers, and a mass spectrometer for non-regulated pollutants. Particulate emissions from engines are measured with particle instruments, such as classifiers, generators, counters and dilutors. The laboratory has also a clean room with high precision balances for filter weighing and a complete system for engine analysis. The laboratory has a synthetic gas bench with a high-temperature tube furnace reactor, in order to conduct targeted experiments with various exhaust after-treatment devices. The laboratory is also equipped with octane and cetane number testing units.

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

The fluid mechanics' laboratory has experimental setup for study of fundamentals of fluid mechanics. There is an experimental setup for jet impingement, viscosity measurement, notches and weirs, orifice meter, venturi meter, laminar and turbulent flow regimes and centre of pressure.

The strength of Material Laboratory

This laboratory has hardiness testing, impact testing, tension testing, torsion testing and shear testing. There are fatigue testing and buckling testing facilities. The laboratory has 600 kN electronic universal testing machine with modern data acquisition. There are cantilever beam experiments, simply supported beam experiments and combined load experiments.

Kinematics of Machine Laboratory

Objectives of this laboratory are to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. Various experiments with governors, gyroscopes, balancing machines and universal vibration facilities are available to understand machine dynamics. The types of equipment are governor apparatus, gyroscope apparatus, static and dynamic balancing machine, balancing of reciprocating masses, journal bearing apparatus, universal vibration apparatus, whirling of shaft apparatus, standard rotor kit with crankshaft simulator, a rotational accelerometer with connecting cable and machinery fault simulator.

 

Research & Publications

Patent listing:

S.No

Applicant

Inventors

Title of Invention

Application No.

Status

1

Sharda University

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Mountain Bike

330677-001

Granted

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

Hunar Bhatia

Md. Faheem Qadri

Nida Fazeel

2

Sharda University

Abhishek Bhattacharya,

Electric Golf Kart

330676-001

Granted

Dr. Bhim Singh,

Dr. Parma nand

Skanda Karki

Pramudit Arya

Dhananjay Sindhwani

3

Sharda University

Abhishek Bhattacharya,

Hubless Bike

330675-001

Granted

Dr. Bhim Singh,

Dr. Parma nand

Nilanjan Das

Anshul Awasthi

Vivek Tiwari

Ayush Rastogi

Abhishek Shinde

4

Sharda University

Abhishek Bhattacharya,

Scooty for Disabled Person

330678-001

Granted

Dr. Bhim Singh,

Dr. Parma nand

Arun Joshi

Piyush Joshi

Showket latif Bandey

5

Sharda University

Sharda University

Helmet

295394

Granted

6

Sharda University

Abhinav Dwivedi

Pedal Operated Forklift

344313-001

Published

Shishir Acharya

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

7

Sharda University

Shishir Acharya

Half Steering Wheel

345387-001

Published

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

8

Sharda University

Shishir Acharya

Two Spoke Steering Wheel

345386-001

Published

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

9

Sharda University

Shishir Acharya

Bike Muffler

345633-001

 

Published

 

 

 

 

 

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

Dr. Lavish Kumar Singh

10

Sharda University

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Collapseable Vehicle

330673-001

Published

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma nand

Faisal Ahmed

Saurav Singha

Tilak Rana

Sagun Acharya

Alalibo Dakoru

Munendra Sharma

Keshav Subedi

Aditya Vardhan

Umesh Chaudhary

Vineet Kumar

Shital Dhital

Dharya Gupta

Ishwor Kandel

11

Sharda University

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Ecommunter Bike

330674-001

Published

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma nand

Rohit Kumar Yadav

Jatin Malhotra

Soumendu Dutta

Gurpal Singh

12

Sharda University

Dr. Amrita

Semi Automatic Roti Maker

202111007588

Published

Dr. Prasenjit Chatterjee

Dr. Prasad Karande

Dr. Pushpdant jain

Digvijay Pandey

Dr. Neha Aggarwal

Dr. Lavish Kumar Singh

Dr. Gouri Shankar Mishra

Archana Kumari Prasad

Prof. Ramesh Chandra Panda

Dr. P Karthigeyan

13

Sharda University

Shishir Acharya

Steering Wheel_2

342726-001

Published

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

14

Sharda University

Dr Satyapraksh

Food Stand

339622-001

Published

Radhe Shyam ojha

Ashok Kumar

Azimudin

15

Sharda University

Dr Satyapraksh

Serving Stand

202111008950 A

Published

Radhe Shyam ojha

16

Sharda University

Shishir Acharya

Car Door

 

Filed

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

17

Sharda University

Hariharan

Brake Pads

 

Filed

Abhishek Sindhe

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

18

Sharda University

Shishir Acharya

Steering Wheel_1

 

Filed

Abhishek Bhattacharya

Dr. Himanshu Payal

Dr. Bhim Singh

Dr. Parma Nand

Publications:

S.No.

Title of paper

Name of the author/s

Name of journal

Year of publication

ISSN number

Session

Link to the recognition in UGC enlistment of the Journal

1

Implementation of the lean-kaizen approach in fastener industries using the data envelopment analysis

Sunil Kumar, Ashwani Kumar Dhingra and Bhim Singh

FACTA UNIVERSITATIS

2017

0354-2025

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100431860

2

Temperature dependent dynamic hysteresis scaling of ferroelectric hysteresis parameters of [(1-x)Ba0.9Ca0.1TiO3-x(BaSn0.2Ti0.8O3)] ceramics

Shatrughan Singh, K.S. Srikanth and Bhim Singh

FERROELECTRICS LETTERS SECTION

2017

1563-5228

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/16702

3

Dynamic Characterization and Parametric Instability Analysis of Rotating Tapered Composite Plates Under Periodic In-Plane Loading

Ananda Babu Arumugam and Vasudevan Rajamohan

Iranian Journal of Science and Technology: Transactions in Mechanical Engineering

2017

2364-1835

2017-2018

https://mjl.clarivate.com:/search-results?issn=2228-6187&hide_exact_match_fl=true&utm_source=mjl&utm_medium=share-by-link&utm_campaign=search-results-share-this-journal

4

Pyroelectric performance of [(1-x)Ba0.9Ca0.1TiO3-x(BaSn0.2Ti0.8O3)] lead free ceramics

Shatrughan Singh, K.S. Srikanth and Bhim Singh

Ferroelectrics

2018

0015-0193

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/27571

5

A novel electrochemical sensor fabricated by embedding ZnO nano particles on MWCNT for morphine detection

Subodh Barthwal, Bhim Singh and Nakshatra B. Singh

Materials Today: Proceedings

2018

2214-7853

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100370037

6

Process improvement through Lean-Kaizen using value stream map: a case study in India

Sunil Kumar, Ashwani Kumar Dhingra and Bhim Singh

International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

2018

1433-3015

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/20428

7

Cost reduction by value stream mapping using Lean-Kaizen concept: a case study

Sunil Kumar, Ashwani Kumar Dhingra and Bhim Singh

International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management

2018

1746-6482

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/5700165165

8

A roadmap for identifying continuous improvement opportunities in Indian small and medium sized enterprise

Sunil Kumar, Ashwani Kumar Dhingra and Bhim Singh

Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology

2018

1726-0531

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/19700186898

9

ZnO-SWCNT Nanocomposite as NO2 gas sensor

Subodh Barthwal, Bhim Singh and Nakshatra B. Singh

Materials Today: Proceedings

2018

2214-7853

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100370037

10

Kaizen Selection for Continuous Improvement through VSM-Fuzzy-TOPSIS in Small-Scale Enterprises: An Indian Case Study

Sunil Kumar, Ashwani Kumar Dhingra and Bhim Singh

Advances in Fuzzy Systems

2018

1687-7101

2018-2019

https://mjl.clarivate.com:/search-results?issn=1687-7101&hide_exact_match_fl=true&utm_source=mjl&utm_medium=share-by-link&utm_campaign=search-results-share-this-journal

11

Vibration analysis of a multifunctional hybrid composite honeycomb sandwich plate

Paul Praveen A, Vasudevan Rajamohan, Ananda Babu Arumugam, Arun Tom Mathew

Journal of Sandwich Structures & Materials

2018

1530-7972

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21187

12

Dynamic characterization and parametric instability analysis of rotating magnetorheological fluid composite sandwich plate subjected to periodic in-plane loading

Ananda Babu Arumugam, Manoharan Ramamoorthy, Vasudevan Rajamohan, Mageshwaran S and Rajesh Kumar S

Journal of Sandwich Structures & Materials

2018

1530-7972

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21187

13

Grey relational analysis coupled with principal component analysis to optimize the machining process of ductile iron

Anuj Kumar Sehgal and Meenu

Materials Today: Proceedings

2018

2214-7853

2017-2018

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100370037

14

Effect of Operating Parameters on Coal Gasification

Akanksha Mishra, Shalini Gautam and Tripurari Sharma

International Journal of Coal Science & Technology

2018

2198-7823

2018-2019

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100432519

15

Modelling of temperature distribution in the work material during drilling under sustainable environment

Nithin Tom Mathew and L. Vijayaraghavan

Journal of Manufacturing Processes

2018

 1526-6125

2018-2019

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/27677

16

Structural and dielectric properties of BaCexTi1-xO3 ceramics

Shatrughan Singh, K. S. Srikanth and Bhim Singh

Integrated Ferroelectrics

2018

1058-4587

2018-2019

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/17931

17

Investigation on energy storage density and thermal energy harvesting capabilities in ferroelectric [(1 − x)Ba0.9Ca0.1TiO3–x(BaSn0.2Ti0.8O3)] ceramics

Shatrughan Singh, K. S. Srikanth and Bhim Singh

Integrated Ferroelectrics

2018

1058-4587

2018-2019

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/17931

18

Dynamic characterization of the thicknesstapered laminated plant fiber-reinforced polymer composite plates

Vimalanand Suthenthiraveerappa, Venkatachalam Gopalan, Ananda Babu Arumugam and Balamurugan Ramasamy

Advanced Composite Materials

2018

1568-5519

2018-2019

https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/19880

19

Gasification of Jhama Coal using Statistical Design of Experiment

Akanksha Mishra, Shalini Gautam and T. Sharma

Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals

2018

0975-1645

2018-2019

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