Electromagnetic Disk Braking System

This project work describes in detail, the project work undertaken by us during the final semester/year of Diploma at Government Polytechnic, Sahiya. The contents of this report includes a brief description of the Electro-Magnetic Disk Breaking System, supplemented by a good numbers of necessary and descriptive figures which makes this projects report very easy to understand. Continue reading Electromagnetic Disk Braking System

Velozeta Six Stroke Engine

In Velozeta’s six stroke engine, a four-stroke Honda engine was experimentally altered to build the six stroke engine. The first four strokes of this engine are just like a conventional four stroke engine. The additional two strokes are for better scavenging and cooling of the engine which is provided by a secondary air induction system. Continue reading Velozeta Six Stroke Engine

Automatic Rain Sensing Wiper Cum Headlight Controller

The world today is moving ahead at a very fast pace. Some of the very common examples of fast moving objects are aeroplanes, high speed cars and many more. In our everyday life we come across many fast moving vehicles and so it is very important to measure the speed of these vehicles. Continue reading Automatic Rain Sensing Wiper Cum Headlight Controller

Automobile Air Conditioning System

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This project aims at developing a highly cost effective Automobile Air-Conditioning Unit which provides effective cooling as well as better relative humidity required for human comfort during travel. The current system being used in vehicles is very expensive to run and hence, it is not catering the need of the society as a whole. A four stroke, four cylinders passenger car uses an automobile air conditioning system of capacity about 1TR. Continue reading Automobile Air Conditioning System

Analysis of Strain in Chip Breaking Using Slipline Field Theory

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An Analysis of Strain in Chip Breaking Using Slipline Field Theory with Adhesion Friction at Chip/Tool Interface is a Ph.D Mechanical thesis report and in this report an attempt has been made to examine chip breaking by a step-type chip breaker using the rigid-plastic slip-line ¯eld theory. Orthogonal machining is assumed and the deformation mode is analysed using the solutions pro- posed earlier by Kudo and Dewhurst. The rake face friction is represented by the adhesion friction law suggested by Maekawa et al. Continue reading Analysis of Strain in Chip Breaking Using Slipline Field Theory

Application Vulnerabilities Using Fault Injection

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This thesis introduces a fault injector, called “Pulad”, specifically developed for finding application vulnerabilities. Most previous approaches for finding application vulnerabilities involved static verification methods. With these methods, the source code is not executed. Since vulnerabilities can only be revealed when they are exploited, the use of a dynamic verification method, executing the source code, seems needed. The main two dynamic verification areas are software testing and fault injection. This thesis focuses on fault injection. Pulad, the fault injector described in this thesis consists of two main parts called the “collector” and the “fault injector”. Continue reading Application Vulnerabilities Using Fault Injection