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L.SETs (Lecture Series on Emerging Technologies)

Lecture 3:

Resource Person: Saran S

Designation: Sales Engineer

Cinzac Sales and Services

                          Linde Material Handling



Topic: Evolutions in the field of material handling and Emerging Career Options

Summary: The speaker detailed on the history of material handling systems. He also elaborated on the step by step evolution of the systems. He listed the advantages of being a mechanical engineer in the material handling sector. He also suggested them to adopt the practices that will make them suitable for the field at the end of the course.

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Audience: Third Year Students

Date: 16.03.18
Time: 11.30 AM to 12.30 PM
Venue: ME Seminar Hall

Lecture 2

LSet                 
Resource Person: Mr. R Jai Shankar

Designation: Managing Director

Caldyne Thermal Systems Private Ltd. Mumbai

Topic: New aspects of Heat Exchanger Design

Summary: Today all the industries are in the path of optimization. The speaker elaborated on research and development undergone in each process. The speaker explained the basics of heat transfer and elaborated on heat exchanger design. The session concluded with an informative interactive session.

Audience: Third Year Students

Date: 01/03/2018

Time: 11.30 AM to 12.30 PM
Venue: AB Seminar Hall

 

L.SETs (Lecture Series on Emerging Technologies)

Lecture 1


Resource Person: Sandip M Jayaram (Alumni 2013-17 Batch)

Designation: Engineer

R & D Innovation Cell
Endurance Technologies

Topic: Real Time Engineering Design

Summary: The speaker explained the industrial environment under current scenario. He will elaborate on research and development undergoing in automotive industry and the role of innovation in competitive world. The speaker will motivate and guide the students on "how to prepare for engineering jobs".

Talk By Sandip


Audience: Third Year Students

Date: 17/10/2017
Time: 11.30 to 12.30
Venue: ME Seminar Hall

ToNAAS (Talks on Non Academic & Academic Subjects)

Talk 3

Title: Amrutha Virtual Lab: How to harvest the benefits

Tonaas Talk 3            

Resource Person: Dr. Muruganantham P

             Associate Registrar, Saintgits College of Engineering

            Audience: First semester students

            Venue: Language Lab

             Date & Time: 26.09.17@ 3.00 pm

 

ToNAAS (Talks on Non Academic & Academic Subjects)

Talk 2

Title: Research Funding for Final year projects

Tonaas 2

Resource Person: Dr. M D Mathew

                                   Dean PG Studies

                                   Saintgits College of Engineering

Audience: Seventh semester students

Venue: CLC 103

 Date & Time: 21.08.17@ 1.30 pm

Talk Summary:

The resource person enlightened the students about the opportunities available for funding their final year projects. He advised the students to look for various funding agencies depending on the type of projects. He also elaborated the benefits of funding in academic projects.

 

 

ToNAAS (Talks on Non Academic & Academic Subjects)

Talk 1

Title: Innovation in Academic Projects and Patenting

Resource Person: Er. Vinay Mathew John

                                   Head, Saintgits Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SCIE)

Audience: Seventh semester students

Venue: CLC 302

 Date & Time: 26.07.17@ 1.30 pm

Tonaas 1

Talk Summary:

        The resource person explained the need of higher order thinking that will eventually result in innovation. He advised the students to follow a systematic way of approach from the beginning of their final year project. He also elaborated the benefits of patenting a project. It is made clear to the students that any project can’t be patented. He also offered the assistance from Saintgits Centre for Innovation to those students who come up with innovative ideas.    

ToNAAS (Talks on Non Academic & Academic Subjects)

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KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME

""REGENERATIVE MULTI-BRAKING SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILES" 

by Er. Rittin Abraham Kurien

at 1.30 pm on Friday(27/10/2017) in CLC 402. 

 

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME 

  1. Title of the talk: Micromachining - MicroEDM
  2. Resource Person: Mr. George John
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 21/10/2016, 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM – CLC 403

The talk introduced to the field of micro machining and various aspects were discussed. The importance and need for the micro components and its manufacture was explained by the speaker. A case study of micro machining was presented with respect to micro EDM. The lecture briefed about difference between macro and micro EDM, the process, circuits, its advantages, disadvantages and applications.

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME 

  1. Title of the talk: PSMA coating for property enhancement of PMCs
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Sreekumar C
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 26/08/2016, 9:20 AM to 9:50 AM – CLC 403

One of the most important factor for obtaining good reinforcement by fibre in a polymer matrix composite is the adequate adhesion between matrix and composite. Adhesion between the fibre and matrix depends on the structure and polarity of these materials which in turn can be improved by the various surface modifications and chemical treatment. The treatment causes the fibres to fibrillate into the ultimate and the roughening of the surface facilitate the mechanical bonding with the matrix material.

PS-M coating is one of the novel method of surface treatment which imparts a promising enhancement in the additive characteristics of the material. Here, treatment is carried out on the SCF fibre in the SCF-Glass fibre composite, in which Fibres of average length 10 mm were immersed in 5% NaOH solution for different time intervals at room temperature and at boiling temperature. Finally the fibres were repeatedly washed with water containing little acetic acid and then dried in an air oven at about 70°C for 24 hrs. The specimens were then analysed for various mechanical properties, including tensile, impact and flexural strength.  The coating of PS-MA on the fibre surface marginally enhanced the properties. This may be due to the compatible nature of the aromatic groups present in the coated fibre and the matrix.

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME 

  1. Title of the talk: Introduction to Gouging Operation
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Bibin Varkey
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 22/4/2016, 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM – CLC 402 The basics of Gouging Operation were explained in detail. The effect of air carbon arc gouging process over SAE 316 stainless steel was analyzed and conclusions were drawn. The weldability of air carbon arc gouging process over SAE 316 stainless steel was explained and the testing of mechanical properties, elemental composition, and microstructure analysis of gouged and welded metals was shown. Finally a comparative evaluation of gouging process with conventional cutting was done.

Industrial Scenario in Automobile Engineering - 25/01/2016

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME # 5

  1. Title of the talk: Development of an ANN Model  for predicting Surface Finish of AISI 4140 Steel in different machining conditions
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Sajeev A
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 26/10/2016, 2:30 PM to 3:00 PM – CLC 404

Manufacturers focus on developing manufacturing systems that produce superior quality products with acceptable features of safety, quality and with on-time delivery at minimum cost. Turning is one of the common machining processes and is widely used in a variety of manufacturing industries and the performance is indicated by surface quality. The determination of optimum cutting parameters for achieving better surface finish is a matter of research for the past few years.

The presentation focused on the development of ANN models for prediction of surface finish with independent variables feed, cutting speed and depth of cut. Turning was conducted on AISI 4140 steel of diameter 38mm and 280 mm length. Surface roughness was measured with speed varying from 145 rpm to 598 rpm, feed varying  from 0.05mm/rev to 0.4mm/rev and depth of cut as 0.06mm to 0.26 mm.

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME # 4

  1. Title of the talk: Ergonomics
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Arun K Varghese
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 30/09/2016, 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM – CLC 403

Ergonomics in industries and office space mainly about the fatigue reduction of humans. Human factors and ergonomics (commonly referred to as HF&E), also known as comfort design, functional design, and systems, is the practice of designing products, systems, or processes to take proper account of the interaction between them and the people who use them. The field has seen contributions from numerous disciplines, such as psychology, engineering, biomechanics, industrial design, physiology, and anthropometry. In essence, it is the study of designing equipment, devices and processes that fit the human body and its cognitive abilities. The two terms "human factors" and "ergonomics" are essentially synonymous. Human factors and ergonomics are concerned with the "fit" between the user, equipment and their environments. It takes account of the user's capabilities and limitations in seeking to ensure that tasks, functions, information and the environment suit each user. The three main fields of research in ergonomics including Physical, cognitive and organisational ergonomics were dealt in detail.

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME # 3

  1. Title of the talk: Fundamentals of lean manufacturing & Six Sigma
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Jerin George
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 03/09/2016, 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM – CLC 403

There is a great amount of significant advancement in various production philosophies ever since the beginning of production in the world. Starting from Craft Production, evolving through Mass Production, the philosophy of Lean Manufacturing has become part of most of the progressive industries. Lean is a term that stands for the elimination of waste from business. It is an approach to reduce the basic seven types of waste like time, inventory, movement, etc.

This program gives a detailed understanding of the tools and techniques like 5S, Kaizen, Workcell, etc. that aids to apply Lean concepts to improve the overall effectiveness of an industry.

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME # 2

  1. Title of the talk: A study on rejection of griege fabric at Kitex Ltd.
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Philip Jacob Perakathu
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 31/08/2016, 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM – CLC 402

The quality control department of Kitex Ltd has the responsibility and authority to approve or reject all products, in-process materials, sizing materials, packaging material etc. It has been observed that average of 3% of total produced greige cloths are rejected, which result in a loss of more than Rs. 2 lakhs per month. QC department checks every woven cloth, and penalize when (any) damages found. This was done according to the length of the damages found. The cloths are, then, graded viz Grade A,B and C. Grade C cloths are rejected.

KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME # 1

  1. Title of the talk: Value Stream Analysis - An Introduction
  2. Resource Person: Mr. Jerin George
  3. Date, Time & Venue : 29/4/2016, 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM – CLC 403

Activities in any production industry can be categorised into Value-Adding and Non-Value Adding activities, based on whether the activity adds direct value to a product. Value Stream Analysis is a technique used in Lean Manufacturing Systems, where the focus is on eliminating or reducing the non-value adding activities.

Value Stream Mapping is a tool for visual representation of all activities in the production line, which is used to categorise the activities to analyse the Current State, and then improve the processes to design the Future State of the process. This presentation illustrated a case study done in an industry in which significant process improvements were done through Value Stream Analysis.

'How to Build Small Satellites' - 14/02/2017

Session Handled by:- Shri S.A. Kannan, Sci/Engr - SG, ISRO Satellite Center, Bengaluru

Workshop on 'How to Build Small Satellites' was held on 14/02.2017 in RB Seminar Hall from 9:30am to 1:00pm. Shri S.A. Kannan, Sci/Engr - SG, ISRO Satellite Center, Bengaluru who is also the Program Coordinator for Student Satellite Projects delivered the talk in two sessions. The attendees included students from all departments as well as students from outside colleges.

Knowledge Enhancement Program on “Additive manufacturing”- 24th January 2017

Speaker:- Mr. Jenny John Mattam

A Knowledge Enhancement Program on “Additive manufacturing” for Design Stream faculty was conducted on 24th January 2017. The session was handled by Mr. Jenny John Mattam, Asst. Prof. ME

Knowledge Enhancement Program on Advanced usage of Microsoft Office - 8th September 2016

Speaker:- Dr. Jason Cherian Issac, Prof. ME

A Knowledge Enhancement Program on Advanced usage of Microsoft Office for Design Stream faculty was conducted on 8th September 2016. The session was handled by Dr. Jason Cherian Issac, Prof. ME

Technical Seminar on Industrial Courses - 7th October 2016       

 The Design Stream, Department of Mechanical Engineering in association with ISTE SAINTGITS Chapter organized a Technical Seminar on Industrial Courses on 07/10/2016 (Friday) at 3.30 pm for the Final Year Mechanical Engineering Students.

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