Experimental analysis of Friction Stir Welding on Aluminium 2014
Jaymeet Patel, Meet Patel, Sagar Patel, Parth Patel
February, 2018 -
Friction Stir Weld is a well-developing area in today's world for getting best possible weld with this concept we are analysing the test specimen of aluminium 2014 with different parameters and testing specimen for analysis
Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC)
Jaymeet Patel, Kaushalkumar Patel
April, 2017 -
Our Team has Participated in E-Fest Asia Pacific 2018 in HPVC event, where we gained experience of a being in teamwork, Designing and Analysis of the vehicle, collective market knowledge, costing and great technical skills about our vehicle. In E-Fest we also obtain valuable connections with great leader of ASME along with other participants all event. Overall it is a great experience being an undergraduate.
Design and Simulation of In-Lift Based Turbine
June, 2017 -
In-lift based turbine power system is a water-to-wire vitality recuperation arrangement. In-lift based circular turbine is an in-pipe turbine generator to catch the vitality of quick moving water within extensive, gravity-nourshied pipelines, changing over it into a persistent wellspring of minimal effort power. In my project i created a 3D model of In-lift turbine blades in SolidEdge and Simulated in Ansys with my set parameters and tested different deflection of power transmission with changing blade angles.
Certificate of Merit
In the First Year of Bachelors. I Received an award for Best Performer academics for year 2014-2015.
| Manufacturing & Processing
| Advanced Energy Systems
| Rocket Engines
| Students (Career Development)
| Materials Science
| K-12 Grade (Educators)
| Automotive Design
| College (Students)
| 3D CAD
| Reliability (Engineering & Industrial Management)
"Through my efforts on a FIRST team I was able tocontribute to my college education."
Emily A. Stern, ASME Student Member since 2012
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