Faculty Development Program

Alternative Fuels for Internal Combustion Engine


20 Jan 2020
10:00 AM

About Event,
Alternative Fuels for Internal Combustion Engine

The objective of this FDP on Alternative Fuels for Internal Combustion Engines is to provide the faculty, research scholars and students an in-depth understanding of terminologies and the core concepts behind development of new types of alternative fuels. IC engine as a prime mover for the automobil

The Speakers

Lecture From Industries Experts

Events Details

Alternative Fuels for Internal Combustion Engine

About Event

The event aims to provide a forum to exchange views, ideas the latest innovations in the field of combustion, Alternate Fuels for IC Engines and Alternate Power Sources for Automobiles. It also offers learning on basics, emerging trends challenges in the field of Alternative fuels. In addition it helps to improve faculties ability in carrying out research, testing consultancy in the above mentioned arena.

The Speakers

1. Dr. Devendra Deshmukh, Associate Professor, IIT Indore, 2. Dr. Prakash Chandra Jena Scientist CIAE, Bhopal, 3. Dr. K. R. Aharwal Professor, MANIT, Bhopal, 4. Dr. R.K. Mandloi Professor, MANIT Bhopal, 5.Dr. Atul Lanjewar, Associate Professor, MANIT, Bhopal, 6. Dr. Manoj Gaur, Professor, MITS, Gwalior, 7. Dr. C. S. Malvi, Professor, MITS, Gwalior, 8. Vinod Parashar Assistant Professor, SGSITS, 9.Dr. Nitin Shrivastava, Assistant Professor, UIT-RGPV, Bhopal.

Major Topic Covered

Internal combustion engines, Bio-fuels, Spray and combustion diagnostics, Hybrid Vehicle, Vehicular Pollution, Solar air heater, Process optimisation for bio-fuel production, Hybrid renewable energy system, and Bio diesel Fuel.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

The organizing Department offers 4 year B. Tech program in Mechanical Engineering with an intake of 180 students and 2 years duration M. Tech Program in Machine Design with an intake of 18 students. It has well qualified, committed and motivated faculty members having specialization in various streams. The core competency of the Department is in the area of Design, Automotive engineering, Production and Thermal aspects.