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Dr Uma Batra

Designation: Professor
Department: Metallurgical & Materials Engg.
Email ID: umabatra@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
Ministry of Steel, GOI

189 Lakh

Start Date Completion Date Status
2019-12-06 Ongoing
Abstract

The project aimed to develop and optimize Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI) technology for use in the agricultural and automotive industries in India. The objectives included studying the mechanical properties of ADI, developing cost-effective production processes, and evaluating its potential applications in Agricultural and Automotive Industry in India.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01

Ph.D Produced: 01(In progress)
M.Tech. Produced: 03
Technical Staff: 10

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost (Rs, in Lakh)

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

ADI Pilot Plant

HiTemp, Bangalore

2021

52.45851

200Kg Gross capacity

working

Servo Hydraulic Fatigue testing Machine of capacity 250 KN

HEICO, N. Delhi

2021

45,36,240

250 KN, 0.01-25Hz

working

Pin/Ball on disc wear friction monitor

Magnum, Bangalore

2021

5.6019

1-200N, up to 2000RPM

working

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
Patent Filed/Granted under project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr Uma Batra

Designation: Professor
Department: Metallurgical & Materials Engg.
Email ID: umabatra@pec.edu.in

Dr Kamal

Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Mechanical Engineering.
Email ID: kamaljangra@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
SERB, DST, New Delhi

77,38,525/-
Amount Received till date (in Rs.) 73,82,021/-

Start Date Completion Date Status
2017-08-28 2020-09-27 Completed
Abstract

Two types of bone plates have been designed and developed from ZM21 Mg Alloy for the forearm of an adult- non-perforated bone plate and perforated bone plate. The WEDM (for machining contours of bone plate) and EDD processes (for creating interconnected micro-holes in bone plate) used in the development have been optimized for better surface integrity, low degradation rate and apatite formation rate in biological fluid over the expected bone healing period. A comprehensive study on the mechanical integrity loss (i.e, elastic modulus, compressive strength, fatigue strength, bending strength and fracture toughness) of perforated and non-perforated bone plates at regular intervals during complete degradation test period. Correlation between processing parameters (WEDM & EDD) have been established with surface characteristics, degradation rate, apatite formation rate and mechanical integrity of ZM 21 Mg-alloy to predefine the life span of bone plate.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained
JRF (Nos): 01

Ph.D Produced: 03
M.Tech. Produced: 02
Technical Staff: 10

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

CNC Wire EDM setup with accessories

 Ecocut, Electronica India Ltd.

2018

24,95,700/-

5-axis CNC Wire EDM

Working

Computerized Universal Testing Machine

HEICO,

2018

25,20,000/-

Fatigue Rated Machine 25KN

Working

Stereo Zoom Microscope

 Carl Zeiss, Stemi Trino 305

2018

2,28,000/-

Magnification: 4X

Working

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr T K Jindal

Designation: Professor
Department: Aerospace Engg
Email ID: tkjindal@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
TBRL Chandigarh

Rs. 9.38
Amount Received till date (in Rs.)_ 9.38 Lakh

Start Date Completion Date Status
2016-07-27 2019-03-31 Completed
Abstract

The project form TRRL was undertaken the development of PDE combustor with flow control system, fire control system and data acquisition from the no of tests. The development was undertaken successfully and the firing proved to be consistent every time. The data w.r.t pressure and thrust was captured for the tests and the performance curves were obtained.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

Ph.D Produced: 2

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

Flow control system

 

 

5.00 Lakh

Flow  control system for Acetylene and oxygen flow control

Working

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr T K Jindal

Designation: Professor
Department: Aerospace Engg
Email ID: tkjindal@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
Aeronautical Research and Development Board, DRDO, New Delhi

Rs. 29.10 Lakh
Amount Received till date (in Rs.)_ 29.10 Lakh

Start Date Completion Date Status
2017-06-16 2020-03-31 Completed
Abstract

The project form ARDB was undertaken for analysis and optimization of pulse detonation engine parameters experimentally. The combustion tube length, diameter, Schelkin spiral dimensions were optimized for maximum thrust obtained from the PDE. Flow control and fire control systems were developed and used for the purpose. The installation of PDE as a sustainer in a missile was also undertaken and found that it can be integrated.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

RA (Nos): 01

Ph.D Produced: 2

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

National Instrument Data Acquisition system

 

 

15.00 Lakh

Data Acquisition

@ 1 MHz

Working

PDE test Rig

 

 

2.00 Lakh

 Test Rig

Working

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Designation: Professor
Department: Physics Department
Email ID: sanjeev@pec.edu.in

Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

Designation: Professor
Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Email ID: arun@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
ER& IPR, DRDO, New Delhi.

Rs. 30,28,450.00
Amount Received till date (in Rs.) Rs. 14,86,900.00

Start Date Completion Date Status
2022-09-16 Ongoing
Abstract

The aim of this proposal is to develop high Curie temperature lead free piezoceramics with superior piezoelectric properties. It is of our national importance to design, develop and scale up high Curie temperature lead free piezoceramics with superior piezoelectric properties. PI and his group will contribute to this through improvements, reliability and by improving the understanding of high Curie temperature lead free piezoceramics. Further impact derives from the training of early career researchers, employed in this project, who will provide the skills to transfer high Curie temperature lead free piezoceramics based technologies from academia to industry.

In this project, we will achieve the following goals:

  • Curie temperature upto 450°C in chemically modified lead free BiFeO3-BaTiO3 solid solutions
  • piezoelectric coefficient upto 200 pC/N in chemically modified lead free BiFeO3-BaTiO3 solid solutions
  • A prototype piezoelectric vibration sensor (demonstration only) will be designed in consultation with domain scientist.

The project will also be benefitted from applicant’s existing links and joint research activities with Dr. O.P. Thakur, SSPL-DRDO, Prof. Rajeev Ranjan, Materials Engineering, IISc Bangalore, Prof. Ashish Garg, Materials Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur and Dr. A.R. James, DMRL-DRDO.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01
 

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

 (Rs.)

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

Microwave sintering furnce

-

-

9,00,000/-

This equipment will provide mircowaves for sintering of lead free relaxor ceramics. It will quite less time as compared to conventional sintering.

-

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Designation: Professor
Department: Physics Department
Email ID: sanjeev@pec.edu.in

Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

Designation: Professor
Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Email ID: arun@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
Central Power Research Institute (CPRI), Bangalore

Rs. 37,95,000.00

Amount Received till date (in Rs.) Rs. 27,85,900.00

Start Date Completion Date Status
2023-03-28 Ongoing
Abstract

The aim of this proposal is to develop lead free relaxor ferroelectric materials with enhanced power density, very short discharge time, high breakdown strength for possible pulsed capacitor applications.

Materials with high power density and energy density are becoming gradually significant due to swift growth of advanced pulsed power systems for applications such as hybrid electric vehicles, high frequency inverters, space vehicle power systems, medical devices, electromagnetic rail guns etc, Energy storage devices mainly comprise of Fuel cells, lithium ion batteries, electrochemical capacitors and electrostatic capacitors. Batteries possess enormously high energy density but their output power is limited by the low mobility of charge carriers, which further restricts their application in pulsed power systems. Due to fast polarization response under an applied external electric field, dielectric materials exhibit very high charge/discharge speed which further results in a huge output power density of the order of MW.

From the last decade, relaxor ferroelectrics possess negligible Pr (remnant polarization), low coercive field and high Pmax (maximum polarization) due to their characteristic polar nano regions (PNRs), which further results in high energy density and efficiency. Therefore, the relaxor ferroelectrics are appreciated candidates in the field of energy storage applications. It is experimentally evidenced that DBS of bulk ceramic is associated with the microstructure, such as grain size, grain boundary condition, porosity etc. Among these, grain size contribution is quite prominent. Tunkasiri calculated the effect of grain size on DBS of the ceramic; E_DBS∝1/√G where, EDBS is the DBS of the ceramic and G is the grain size of the ceramic. To achieve our goal, the proposed research will concentrate on the following specific objectives:

  • To optimize the composition for the lead free (Bi0.5Na0.5)TiO3–BaTiO3 [NBT-BT] based solid solutions to achieve high value of breakdown strength > 200 kV/cm and recoverable energy density > 2 J/cm3.
  • To study the effect of aging on power density and energy storage efficiency.
  • To design and develop a pulse power capacitor with capacity ~1000 pF, operating temperature range -30 to +100°C, Vmax (DC) ~30kV.
Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01
 


 

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

 (Rs.)

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

Pulse switching

 

-

-

12,00,000/-

It will be used for fast charging and discharging of lead free ferroelectric materials.

-

High speed data acquisition system

 

 

4,00,000/-

It will record the high speed data during charging and discharging of lead free ferroelectric materials.

 

Upgradation of poling unit

 

 

2,00,000/-

It will electrically pole the lead free ferroelectric materials.

 

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Designation: Professor
Department: Physics Department
Email ID: sanjeev@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
ER& IPR, DRDO, New Delhi.

Rs. 10,00,000.00

Amount spent till date (in Rs.) Rs. 9,92,552

Start Date Completion Date Status
2016-06-01 2018-03-31 Completed
Abstract

We have synthesized the PZT and Nb doped PZT samples using solid state reaction method. XRD studies clearly depict that there is no impurity phase present in the samples. Dielectric measurements show that the dielectric constant was below 500 as required for ferroelectric generator (FEG) applications. Ferroelectric measurements show that the remnant polarization for all samples is above 25 µC/cm2. We have also achieved high density to samples to become good candidate for FEG applications.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01
 

Ph.D Produced: 01
 

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

 (Rs.)

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

1.  High Temp. Furnace – 01 No.         

Jupiter Engg. works, New Delhi

2017

2,65,000/-        

Robust furnace used for heating samples at 1550°C

Working

2.  Ball Mill Machine – 01 No.

Jupiter Engg. works, New Delhi

2017

1,75,000/-   

For proper mixing of oxide powders

Not Working

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Designation: Professor
Department: Physics Department
Email ID: sanjeev@pec.edu.in

Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

Designation: Professor
Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Email ID: arun@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
(SERB-DST) Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi

Rs. 62,26,264.00

Amount Received till date (in Rs.) Rs. 60,50,818.00
Total Expenditure: Rs. 60,50,818.00

Start Date Completion Date Status
2019-05-16 2022-05-15 Completed
Abstract

Magnetoelectric composites have sparked a lot of interest in order to produce high magnetoelectric coefficients in bulk and layered composites using different techniques. A wide range of magnetostrictive and piezoelectric phase combinations have been studied in the past, with lead (Pb) based materials being used as the piezoelectric component due to their strong piezoelectric response. However, many investigations focused on developing lead-free ferroelectric systems with electrical properties equal to those of lead-based systems due to environmental concerns.

The objective of this project is to achieve the requirements for a good magnetoelectric effect in a lead-free composite. In this study, phase structure, dielectric properties, magnetic properties and magnetodielectric have been investigated and analyzed the magnetoelectric coupling coefficient of the composites. In layered composites, we also discovered the self-biasing phenomenon, which allows considerable ME coupling in the absence of a DC magnetic field. The elimination of the necessity for DC magnetic bias in ME composites opens up a lot of opportunities for the development of components for a variety of applications. The ME coefficient is also greatly influenced by the thickness fractions of the two phases, thus we optimised the longitudinal and transverse ME response by altering the thickness of both BCZT and NZCF layers in the next work.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01               
 

Ph.D Produced:   02       
 

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

 (Rs.)

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

High temperature furnace

Carbolite

HTF 3000

2020

10,35,610

Temperature control in this furnace is quite good

Working properly and is in use by the research scholars from

Planetary ball mill with grinding jars

Retsch

PM 400

2020

19,53,861

It is used for mixing of oxide powders at high rpm for thorough mixing

Working properly and is in use by the research scholars

Lock in amplifier with software to record magnetoelectric coupling coefficient

Stanford Research systems

SRS 830

2020

8,78,000

This set-up is used to measure magnetoelectric coupling coefficient of particulate and layered laminate composites

Working properly and is in use by the research scholars.

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
Patent Filed/Granted under project
PI Details Co-PI Details
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Designation: Professor
Department: Physics Department
Email ID: sanjeev@pec.edu.in

Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

Designation: Professor
Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Email ID: arun@pec.edu.in

Funding Agency Project Cost
ER& IPR, DRDO, New Delhi

Rs. 48,35,500.00

Amount Received till date (in Rs.) Rs. 45,74,042.00

Start Date Completion Date Status
2017-10-06 2021-04-04 Completed
Abstract

In this project, we have synthesized a non-Pb piezoelectric system BZT-BCT, which exhibits a very high piezoelectric coefficient (d33) of 512 pC/N at MPB, which is comparable even with high-end PZT. Lead-free BZT-xBCT samples were prepared using the solid-state reaction technique. Structural analysis shows the presence of orthorhombic and tetragonal phases in the prepared samples. We observed that with an increase in x content, the tetragonal phase increases which further results in higher d33. Sintering temperature plays a very important role to achieve desired density, which further leads to good piezoelectric properties.

Meanwhile, we have also introduced a novel method to obtain high piezoelectric coefficient and electromechanical coupling coefficient in BZT-BCT by introducing a novel synthesis procedure. We observed high d33~ 520 pC/N and electromechanical coupling coefficient ~ 57.5% in 0.5BZT-0.5BCT synthesized by novel synthesis procedure.

For energy storage efficiency, we prepared BZT-BCT by sol-gel technique. The different parameters like dielectric constant, dielectric loss, polarization, coercive field, the efficiency of energy storage were found to be optimum for the (1-x)BZT-xBCT ceramics at x =0.55. We estimated the energy storage density W~ 189 mJ/cm3 and high efficiency η ~ 75.6% for BZT-0.55BCT ceramic composition. Therefore, this work suggested that 0.45BZT-0.55BCT ceramics are potential candidates for energy storage capacitor.

Furthermore, we investigated the temperature stability of 5% (Mg1/3Nb2/3)4+ doped BZT-BCT composition at 50kV/cm. We observed Wrec ~ 235 mJ/cm3and ultra-high η~ 94.3% at room temperature. The η of ceramic increases to 94.6% and Wrec to 187 mJ/cm3 as the temperature rises to 110°C.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01 
 

Ph.D Produced:   02       
 

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

 (Rs.)

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

Impedance analyzer,

Keysight Technologies, E4990A 20-20MHz,

2018

15,05000.00

It measures the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, phase, admittance etc. for dielectric samples

Working

Electrometer/High Resistance meter,

Keysight Technologies, 82985A

2018

577000.00

It measures the very low currents ~fA and high resistance.

Working properly and is in use by the research scholars.

Furnace from room temperature to 800°C with software and computer interface with impedance analyzer and electrometer.

 

2018

762300.00

It is used as heater to measure dielectric constant with temperature from room temperature to 800°C

Working properly and is in use by the research scholars.

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project
PI Details Co-PI Details

 

Name of the PI

 

Dr. JD Sharma

Designation: Asso. Prof.

Department: MMED-PEC

Email ID: jdsharma@pec.edu.in

Dr. Ranvir Singh

Dr. Ranvir Singh

Designation: Asst. Prof (ex)

Department: MMED-PEC

Email ID: ranvirccs@gmail.com

Dr. Rama Arora

Designation: Ex-Principle

Department: Dept of Physics, PGGC Sector 11 Chandigarh

Email ID: rama5470@yahoo.com

Funding Agency Project Cost
Defence Research and Development Organization- Armament Research Board (New Delhi)

Rs. 43,24,304/-

Amount Received till date (in Rs.) Rs. 43,24,304/-

Start Date Completion Date Status
2017-06-15 2020-09-14 Completed
Abstract

A design concept for making sandwich panel for blast mitigation was developed such that the designed material should be able to absorb the maximum of blast energy by undergoing elastic, plastic and fracture. Design concept include the specifically designed perforated face sheet so that after interacting with blast wave it doesn’t leave any splinters off. The specific light weight alloy of aluminum (AA6061-T6) was selected for making front and back sheet (both of 2mm thickness) of sandwich panel. Closed cell Aluminum alloy foam (AA6061) was used as central soft core. The foam was synthesized on stir casting furnace by melt route. The synthesized foam was cut into slices and sandwiched between face sheet and back sheet. The pressure value correspond to equivalent quantity of TNT and stand-off distance was investigated by simulation method. Quasi-static compression test and High strain rate test on Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar apparatus for face sheet material, central foam and back sheet material was performed to know the compressive strength. Face sheet and back sheet was tested individually on Shock tube at 46 bar reflected pressure and were analyzed. A sandwich panel was designed (11mm thick foam) and tested on shock tube which completely deformed plastically thereby absorbing some part of incident energy. Its blast mitigation capacity was increased by increasing the central foam thickness to 22 mm which resulted in very little deformation and 75.84% increase in mitigated transmitted pressure was recorded. The stress wave and strain behavior due to shock wave interaction were studied by Ansys fluent software.

Manpower Sanctioned/Hired Manpower Trained

JRF (Nos): 01
 

Ph.D Produced: 01
M.Tech. Produced: 04
Technical Staff: 02

Equipment Sanctioned/Procured

Name of Equipment

Make & Model

Year of Purchase

Cost

Salient Features of Equipment

Condition (Working /Not Working)

Programmable Electrically Heated Resistance Furnace with Stirrer (& a Muffle Furnace for Preheating Mold & Particles)

M/s. Metrex Scientific Instruments Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi

 

2018

Rs. 12,26,610/-

Furnace with stirrer

Batch capacity: 20 Kg (max) of Al melt

Approx. Inner chamber dimensions in mm: 300 x 300 x 400

Max Temperature: 1400 ˚C

Stirrer speed (Max):10 -1000 rpm

 

Muffle furnace

Inner chamber dimensions : 300 x 300 x400 (mm)

Max Temperature : 1400 ˚C

Working

Setup for Squeeze Casting

M/s SwamEquip, Chennai 

 

2020

Rs. 5,04,000/-

Die (02 nos.): Cast Dimensions of 50mm OD x 250mm long (approx.) in mild steel material with maximum applied load up to 40 Tonns (adjustable).

Working

Publications

Output/Outcome of the Project

Recent Research Activities

Electromagnetic Pulse Sensor
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Computational investigation of bioactive 2,3-diaryl quinolines using DFT method: FT- IR, NMR spectra, NBO, NLO, HOMO-LUMO transitions, and quantum-chemical properties
Harminder Kaur
Health Risk Assessment of Gurdaspur, Punjab, India Using Field Experiments and GIS: A Groundwater Perspective
Dr. Har Amrit Singh Sandhu
Recognition of Bovine Hemoglobin Protein on Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Surfaces using Nonlinear Vibrational Spectroscopy
Shilpi Chaudhary
Innovations in Electro Chemical Discharge Machining Process through Electrolyte Stirring and Tool Rotations
Dr. Chandrashekhar Jawalkar
Comparative analysis of radiation tolerant analog circuit layout in 180 nm CMOS technology for space application
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Assessing the Role of Virtual Surgical Planning in Mandibular Reconstruction With Free Fibula Osteocutaneous Graft
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Finite element analysis of dental implant surgical guides
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Self-Switching Device (SSD) as Terahertz/Microwave detector
Arun Kumar Singh , Neena Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar
Chemical engineering at morphotropic phase boundary: Interplay with thermally stabilized ultra-high energy storage and electrocaloric response
Sanjeev Kumar
Bilayer Graphene/HgCdTe Heterojunction Based Novel GBn Infrared Detectors
Arun Kumar Singh , Neena Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar
Synthesis, structural elucidation, and catalytic activity of bimetallic rhenium-tin complexes containing Schiff base ligand
Harminder Kaur
Flash Spark Plasma Sintering of SiC: Impact of Additives
Dr. Sandan Kumar Sharma, Dr. Pavol Hvizdoš, Dr. Michael J. Reece, Dr. Salvatore Grasso E-mail addresses
Electrochemical detection of herbicide atrazine using porous MnO2-NiO nanocatalyst
Dr. Anu Prathap M. U.
Comparative analysis of radiation tolerant analog circuit layout in 180 nm CMOS technology for space application
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Sustainable magnetically recoverable Iridium coated Fe3O4 nanoparticles for enhanced catalytic reduction of organic pollutants in water
Harminder Kaur
Finite element analysis of dental implant surgical guides
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Correlation between the Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Rutile Reinforced LM27 Alloy Composite
Dr. Jagmohan Datt Sharma
Electrochemical detection of herbicide atrazine using porous MnO2-NiO nanocatalyst
Dr. Anu Prathap M. U.
Effect of polar nano region dynamics on pyroelectric energy conversion efficiency of doped BaTiO3
Sanjeev Kumar
4-Hydroxy Enigmol, a 1-Deoxyphytosphingolipid that Exhibit Good Activity against Prostate and Colon Cancer
Vasundhara Singh
Investigations of effect of hydroxyl-terminated polybutadiene-based polyurethane binders containing various curatives on thermal decomposition behaviour and kinetics of energetic composites
Vasundhara Singh
Synthesis and Characterization of CoCrFeNi1.75-xTi0.25+x High Entropy Alloy
Suresh Chand
Characterization and Quasi-Static Compressive Response Of Closed Cell Al2024-B4Cp Composite Foams and Their Energy Absorption Characteristics
Dr. Jagmohan Datt Sharma
L Style n-MOSFET Layout for Mitigating TID Effects
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
An auto-tuned droop coefficient-based controller for microgrid system to enhance grid resilience during blackouts
Ajay Kumar
Visualization and Assessment of Energy Efficiency Drivers and Solution Practices for Temperature-controlled Supply Chain Operations.
Mohit Tyagi
High-Temperature Corrosion Performance of FeAl-Based Alloys Containing Carbon in Molten Salt
Suresh Chand
A comparative analysis of solvent cast 3D printed carbonyl iron powder reinforced polycaprolactone polymeric stents for intravascular applications
Jasvinder Singh
Visualization and analysis of key performance indicators for agricultural cold supply chain in Indian context using fuzzy DEMATEL approach.
Mohit Tyagi
Long-Short Term Memory Auto-Encoder based Position Prediction Model for Fixed-wing UAV during Communication Failure
Poonam Saini
Technology and Education Inputs for Productivity Enhancement in Garment Manufacturing in the Developing World
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Depression status identification using autoencoder neural network
Prof. Parveen Kalra, Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Progress in bioactive surface coatings on biodegradable Mg alloys: A critical review towards clinical translation
Dr. Uma Batra
Depression status identification using autoencoder neural network
Prof. Parveen Kalra, Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Structural, morphological, and opto-electrical properties of Y2-xYbxO3 nanoparticles synthesized using co-precipitation method
Dr. Jagmohan Datt Sharma
Dynamic, Hydraulic properties of spatially varied pond ash within an ash pond for Reclamation of abandoned/closed ash pond.
Dr S.K Singh
Ballistic Rectifier for Thermoelectric and Terahertz Applications
Arun Kumar Singh , Neena Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar
Simulation of efficient Sn/Pb-based formamidinium perovskite solar cells with variation of electron transport layers
Shilpi Chaudhary
Electromagnetic Pulse Sensor
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
RF MEMS SWITCH FOR HIGH FREQUENCY APPLICATION
Arun Kumar Singh , Neena Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar
Critical Behavior of Relaxor〖 Pb〗_0.91 La_0.09 (Zr_0.65 Ti_0.35 ) O_3: Interplay between Polar Nano Regions, Electrocaloric and Energy Storage Response
Sanjeev Kumar
To Study Impact of Array Tilt Angle, Orientation, and Inverter arrangement on Power Output of Rooftop Solar PV Panels for Chandigarh.
Prof. Tarlochan Kaur (PI) , Dr. Poonam Saini (CO-PI)
Acidic ionic liquids: an alternative to HF for {001} reactive facet-controlled synthesis of anatase titania
Vasundhara Singh
Electric Field Sensor for Electromagnetic Pulse Measurement
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Electric Field Sensor for Electromagnetic Pulse Measurement
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Dynamic, Hydraulic properties of spatially varied pond ash within an ash pond for Reclamation of abandoned/closed ash pond.
Dr S.K Singh
Innovations in Electro Chemical Discharge Machining Process through Electrolyte Stirring and Tool Rotations
Dr. Chandrashekhar Jawalkar
Novel Vanillin-based hybrids inhibit quorum sensing and silences phenotypical expressions in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Vasundhara Singh
Progress in bioactive surface coatings on biodegradable Mg alloys: A critical review towards clinical translation
Dr. Uma Batra
Technology and Education Inputs for Productivity Enhancement in Garment Manufacturing in the Developing World
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Metamaterial Absorbers for Microwave/THz applications
Arun Kumar Singh , Neena Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar
Audio-video emotional response mapping based upon Electrodermal Activity
Prof. Parveen Kalra, Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Transparent glass-nanocomposites possessing piezoelectric ZnO/Zn2SiO4 nanocrystallites for piezocatalytic dye degradation
Moolchand Sharma
Long-Short Term Memory Auto-Encoder based Position Prediction Model for Fixed-wing UAV during Communication Failure
Poonam Saini
Thiophenol amine-based Schiff base for colorimetric detection of Cu2+ and Hg2+ ions
Harminder Kaur
Evaluation of corrosion resistance, mechanical integrity loss and biocompatibility of PCL/HA/TiO2 hybrid coated biodegradable ZM21 Mg alloy
Dr. Uma Batra
Transparent glass-nanocomposites possessing piezoelectric ZnO/Zn2SiO4 nanocrystallites for piezocatalytic dye degradation
Moolchand Sharma
3D Printable, injectable Amyloid-based composite Hydrogel of Bovine Serum Albumin-Aloe Vera for Rapid Diabetic Wound Healing
Shilpi Chaudhary
Modulation of polar dynamics with oxygen vacancies in Zn doped BaZr0.1Ti0.9O3
Sanjeev Kumar
L Style n-MOSFET Layout for Mitigating TID Effects
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Technology and Education Inputs for Productivity Enhancement in Garment Manufacturing in the Developing World
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Evaluation of school backpack prototype-based on gait parameters, energy expenditure and posture of students
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Electrochemical Behavior of Aluminum-Molybdenum Surface Composites Developed by Friction Stir Processing
Dr. Mahesh V. P.
Geospatial survey of sand mines pilot project in Haryana
Dr. Har Amrit Singh Sandhu
Audio-video emotional response mapping based upon Electrodermal Activity
Prof. Parveen Kalra, Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Analyzing the thermal, economic, and environmental dynamics of phase change materials used in cold chain applications.
Mohit Tyagi
IoT Based Accident Prevention, Detection and Alert System using GPS & Heat Mapping of Accident Prone Areas of Chandigarh
Dr. Sanjay Batish
Audio-video emotional response mapping based upon Electrodermal Activity
Prof. Parveen Kalra, Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Tribological behaviour of transparent ceramics: A review
Dr. Sandan Kumar Sharma
Electrochemical detection of herbicide atrazine using porous MnO2-NiO nanocatalyst
Dr. Anu Prathap M. U.
Mathematical depiction of costing perspectives allied with the dynamics of processed food supply chain
Mohit Tyagi
Assessing the Role of Virtual Surgical Planning in Mandibular Reconstruction With Free Fibula Osteocutaneous Graft
Prof. Parveen Kalra
A comparative analysis of solvent cast 3D printed carbonyl iron powder reinforced polycaprolactone polymeric stents for intravascular applications
Jasvinder Singh
Electromagnetic Pulse Sensor
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Fluorine-containing 2,3-diaryl quinolines as potent inhibitors of methicillin and vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: Synthesis, antibacterial activity and molecular docking studies
Harminder Kaur
Self-biased characteristics of NZCF/BCZT layered magnetoelectric composites: A novel coupling paradigm in magnetoelectricity
Sanjeev Kumar
A comparative analysis of solvent cast 3D printed carbonyl iron powder reinforced polycaprolactone polymeric stents for intravascular applications
Jasvinder Singh
SIFTBCS: scale invariant feature transform based fuzzy vault scheme in biometric cryptosystem
Nitin Kumar
Changes in condylar position after orthognathic surgery and its correlation with temporomandibular symptoms (TMD)- a prospective study
Prof. Parveen Kalra
GaN HEMTs FOR HIGH FREQUENCY APPLICATIONS
Arun Kumar Singh, Sanjeev Kumar
Flexible Ag@LiNbO3/PVDF Composite Film for Piezocatalytic Dye/Pharmaceutical Degradation and Bacterial Disinfection
Dr. Gurpreet Singh
Long-Short Term Memory Auto-Encoder based Position Prediction Model for Fixed-wing UAV during Communication Failure
Poonam Saini
Modelling of barriers encumbering the advancement of processing technologies towards lean manufacturing principles.
Mohit Tyagi
Sn coated Fe3O4 nanoparticles for selective and efficient oxidation of anthracene to anthraquinone
Harminder Kaur
Surface Displacement Analysis of Road-Cut Slopes in the Vicinity of Koteshwar Area, Uttarakhand, India
Dr. Har Amrit Singh Sandhu
Changes in condylar position after orthognathic surgery and its correlation with temporomandibular symptoms (TMD)- a prospective study
Prof. Parveen Kalra
BRIEFBCS: binary robust independent elementary features based fuzzy vault scheme in BCS
Nitin Kumar
Improved Pd/Ru metal supported graphene oxide nano-catalysts for hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) of vanillyl alcohol, vanillin and lignin
Vasundhara Singh
Mathematical depiction of costing perspectives allied with the dynamics of processed food supply chain
Mohit Tyagi
L Style n-MOSFET Layout for Mitigating TID Effects
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Visualization and analysis of key performance indicators for agricultural cold supply chain in Indian context using fuzzy DEMATEL approach.
Mohit Tyagi
Comparative analysis of radiation tolerant analog circuit layout in 180 nm CMOS technology for space application
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Stubble burn area estimation and its impact on ambient air quality of Patiala & Ludhiana district, Punjab, India
Dr. Har Amrit Singh Sandhu
Time-dependent mechanistic insight into photo-degradation of mixed hydrophobic disperse dyes by magnetically separable nitrogen iron codoped titania under visible light using process variable optimization
Vasundhara Singh
Flattening of free energy profile and enhancement of energy storage efficiency near morphotropic phase boundary in lead-free BZT-xBCT
Sanjeev Kumar
Adaptive qXE-LMF Filter for Improving Power Quality Using Grid Supporting Photovoltaic System
Dr. Ajay Kumar
IoT Based Accident Prevention, Detection and Alert System using GPS & Heat Mapping of Accident Prone Areas of Chandigarh
Dr. Sanjay Batish
Single sample face recognition using deep learning: a survey
Nitin Kumar
A comprehensive review of grid-connected solar photovoltaic system: Architecture, control, and ancillary services
Ajay Kumar
Electric Field Sensor for Electromagnetic Pulse Measurement
Prof. Neelam Rup Prakash
Flexible Ag@LiNbO3/PVDF Composite Film for Piezocatalytic Dye/Pharmaceutical Degradation and Bacterial Disinfection
Dr. Gurpreet Singh
Multispectral transmission through phoxonic crystal slot-waveguide at midwave infrared frequencies
Jyoti Kedia, Neena Gupta
Finite element analysis of dental implant surgical guides
Prof. Parveen Kalra
Multispectral transmission through phoxonic crystal slot-waveguide at midwave infrared frequencies
Jyoti Kedia, Neena Gupta
Modelling of barriers encumbering the advancement of processing technologies towards lean manufacturing principles.
Mohit Tyagi
Exotic role of poling protocol on augmentation of magnetoelectricity in BCZT/CNZF layered composites
Sanjeev Kumar
Influence of Flat Friction Stir Spot Welding Process Parameters on Quality Characteristics of AA6082Weld
Dr. Rajat Upadhyaya
Analyzing the thermal, economic, and environmental dynamics of phase change materials used in cold chain applications.
Mohit Tyagi
Flash Spark Plasma Sintering of SiC: Impact of Additives
Dr. Sandan Kumar Sharma, Dr. Pavol Hvizdoš, Dr. Michael J. Reece, Dr. Salvatore Grasso E-mail addresses

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