Student Technical Excellence - Projects

Gesture Detection
The aim of this project is to provide gesture detection and perform respective actions in real time. This project uses OpenCV which is an Open Source Computer Vision Library and machine learning software library which was built to provide a common infrastructure for computer vision applications. When the program starts, the gestures made by user are mapped in real time and if a match is found, the respective task is performed. In the first phase of project, basic gestures have been implemented by detecting a ‘red’ colored object. For example:-
  • Creating ‘N’ shape in front of web camera opens Notepad.
  • Creating ‘X’ shape closes the current window.
  • Sliding the object from top to bottom decreases the system volume and vice versa.
  • Sliding the object from top right corner to bottom left corner minimizes all the open windows. The second phase of this project is to convert a normal monitor into touch enabled monitor using image processing.
Student Names: Aashish Trivedi, Agam Choudhary, Kapil Chandak

Multi Level Car Parking System
The growing population of India has created many problems - one of the challenging ones being car parking which we confront almost every day. Besides the problem of space for cars moving on the road, greater is the problem of space for a parked vehicle considering that private vehicles remain parked for most of their time. Roads are being built for cars to ply but are we also giving the vehicles enough space to park? While residential projects still escape with designated parking, the real problem lie with commercial spaces - many a time which is overcome by taking extra open spaces to park.

Multi-level Parking systems for sometime have provided relief since they come with a number of advantages - optimal utilisation of space, lower maintenance and operational cost, lower construction cost (owing to the prefabrication), secure and environment-friendly nature (the underground implementation renders the outdoor space free for landscaping), comfortable for the drivers, cost saving for builders by saving height or depth.

Student Names: Hetan Kumari, Ranu Tak, Yatika Sharma, Rajbala

The “HelpOut“ is an android application that ensures the user is safe in every circumstance. In this the user needs to first sign up giving the basic details like full-name, parents’ names, spouse name, address, blood group and five emergency numbers (one is of the doctor). Then when in need, they have to login giving the password (user’s name). The minute the user logs in, each emergency contact number is given the details given by user (during sign up) with the current GPS location as well as the other four emergency numbers and photograph from back camera (gives information of the surroundings). This app would be very useful when a person has met with an accident and there’s no one to help out; even in situations when you need extreme security and your loved ones.

Student Names: Harshitta Singh

Human Monitoring and Alert System
The project aims in designing a system which is capable of tracking the location of patients and also monitoring of heart rate alerts in case of emergency through SMS to predefined numbers. It can be used everywhere in our daily life to fulfill our health requirements. This project aims in sending alert message in emergency times. When a person is alone in home or travelling and his/her heart beat or body temperature rises or lowers, then alerting messages will be sent to the predefined numbers. The message would also indicate the location of that person also. The concept of this project builds upon the integration of wireless communications into medical applications to revolutionize personal healthcare. The objective of this project is to build a wireless heart beat monitoring system using GSM Technology, which could potentially be an integral part of a suite of personal healthcare appliances for a large-scale remot0epatient monitoring system.

Student Names: Rehana Bhagwan

The Motorized Wheelchair is a system equipped with an onboard remote similar to a traditional powered wheelchair. However, this is just the basic functionality. Taking existing systems into consideration, the Motorized Wheelchair aims to improve the safety for the wheelchair bound individual. This will be achieved by the use of controls and sensors. The Motorize Wheelchair aims to improve the quality of life of physically or cognitively disabled individuals by giving them independent movement capabilities. Individuals who may not have the ability to understand the presence of objects, surface changes etc. will now have the option of depending on their caretaker to direct them safely away from objects and surface changes.

Student Names: Arti Lahoti and Malvika Mathur

Graphics Simulator
Graphics Simulator is a GUI based application where we implement the Computer Graphics algorithms to draw the Graphics components like lines, drawing different shapes, making 3D views of the equipments etc.
This GUI application is implemented using JAVA language and various interfaces shall be implemented to make use of algorithms. This makes us understand that, How a GUI based application works? And also what steps are required to perform the complete functionality of the application.

Student Names:Sweta Prasad
Expert System to prescribe the medicines for the given symptoms
The expert system developed from file handling database which makes deletion and insertion easy. It is developed using visual basic or turbo c/c++ as front end and file handling as back end. This system can be used by anyone since it is user friendly too.

Student Names:Manish Bharti & Kishore Bhagya
Automatic Road Level Detection and Alerting System for Automobiles
The basic idea behind the project is road safety for the automobiles. As we have seen in India that most of the roads have unnecessary speed breakers, holes and also have broken road surface due to which the vehicles travelling through these roads face many problems and sometimes results in major accidents also. The project is to develop a device which can detect the presence of jumps holes and level of road and will alert the driver to slow down the speed of the vehicle and cross it carefully. We can use the sonar transducers for the application, to collect the data about the road level and provide it to the drivers for a safe drive. This can reduce damage to the vehicles and passengers too.

Student Names: Sanjay and Raj Mishra

IR Based Temperature Sensor Using Arduino
IR temperature sensors of the thermo Meter series incorporate state of the art technology to achieve the goal. It measures accurate and non-contact temperature. With this method the infrared Thermo Meter measures precise wear free and without any physical effect or impact on the target. IR temperature sensors and IR cameras are used in a variety of applications within an industry from R&D to production and process monitoring. The design essentially consists of a lens to focus the infrared thermal radiation on to a detector, which converts the radiant power to an electrical signal that can be displayed in units of temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature. This permits temperature measurement from a distance without contact with the object to be measured. A non-contact infrared thermometer is useful for measuring temperature under circumstances where thermocouples or other probe-type sensors cannot be used or do not produce accurate data for a variety of reasons.

Student Names: Rishabh Dhamu and Sarthak Saluja

CanSat is a device which will fit inside a soda can. It will be launched to some altitude. It will float back to earth on a parachute. During the flight CanSat will measure atmospheric pressure and temperature. It will store the data every couple of seconds in a memory card. After CanSat lands, the data will be displayed on the screen.

Student Names: Saloni Agarwal, Sheetal Bohra and Shilpa Rajpurohit

GSM based Garbage & Waste Collection bin overflow indicator
In our city many times we see that the garbage bins or dustbins placed at public places are overflowing. It creates unhygienic conditions for people. Also it creates ugliness to that place. At the same time bad smell is also spread. To avoid all such situations we are going to implement a project called Garbage collection bin overflow indicator using GSM technology. In this project we are going to place a weight sensor under the dustbin. When the weight reaches to the threshold value, a SMS will be sent to the respective Municipal/ Government authority person.

Student Names: Hanuman Ram, Ishwar Singh and Gaurav Kumar Suthar

Timing Record of College Bus
In this project we are dealing with sensors to record the timing of arrival and departure of bus using laser. In this project we are going to place a camera on pole which is situated near the main gate. Thus camera will capture the image and then image will be processed to detect the timing and number of respective buses, the buses that arrive after scheduled time of 7:30 will be added to defaulters list and rest are added in the entry list with other details. The list of defaulters will be sent to MTO for further actions.

Student Names: Abhilasha Mathur, Anshul Mathur and Chandni Jangid

“Water Level Indicator and Control System using Arduino”
In this project we can control the water level of tank by calculate how full the tank is. Here we will use an ultrasonic sensor to measure the distance between water level and ultrasonic (which indicate depths of tank). This sensor switches on the pump when the water level in the tank goes low and switches it OFF as soon as the water level reaches a predetermined level. The sensor output is fed to the Arduino boards as an input signal. The Arduino then reads the distance between ultrasonic and water level and at a specified level of water, it control the motor pump either starts or stop. All the output is show on led display. By this way we are able to avoid the wastage of water.

Student Names:Nilaksh Mathur and Rajat Kumar

Agricultural use of Copter in Pesticide Sprinkle and Tiddy Removal
Our project is based on sprinkling of pesticides in fields using quad copter. This project will be helpful in vast fields where farmer can use it to sprinkle the pesticides.

Student Names:Siddarth Singh Chauhan, Shardul Mathur, Shubham Mathur and Rounak Maal

Mapping Using Quad copter based on Arduino
Our Project has verified that it is possible to build a small –scale Quad copter that could be used for both military and commercial use. The payload of our quad copter designing includes a camera and telemetry that will allow us to watch live video form the Quad copter on a laptop that is located up to 2 miles away. Although there are many enhancements that we could do to the design we have proven that it is possible to produce a small scale UAV that perform functions of interest to the military as well as commercial / Industrial Applications. Co-relation of your project with PTS. Yes we can correlate our summer training of ISRO with our project where we learnt about Mapping and Arduino.

Student Names: Lalit Kumar, Kamlesh Kumar, Krunal Singh, Kamlesh Gehlot, Jitendra Kumar and Lokesh Kumar

GSM based Wireless Digital Notice Board with display on LCD
It presents a SMS based digital notice board incorporating the widely used GSM to facilitate the communication of displaying messages on notice board via user mobile phone. Sim300 GSM modern with SIM card is interfaced to the port of the microcontroller with the help of AT commands. SIM300 IS duly interfaced through a level shifter IC MAX232 to the microcontroller. The message thus fetched into the microcontroller. It’s further displayed on digital notice board.

Student Names: Suresh Shivani, Sonel Jeengar and Varun Choudhary

Laser Harp
The Laser harp is a new musical instrument where notes are selected and played by breaking the beams of 12 Separate lasers, representing each of the major and minor notes in a musical octave. The harp itself is rectangular in shape, laser beams pointing vertically spaced evenly across it, and each pointed towards a phototransistor. When the user breaks a beam (by placing their hand in it), the corresponding note is played out through external speakers. The harp also determines the vertical height of the user’s hand along the harp, and the tone of the played note is modulated accordingly. The Laser Harp also includes a touch screen where users can select various musical options such as having the generated tones emulate a piano, harp, or guitar, or turning on musical distortion effects including wah and fuzz.

Student Names: Nikhil Goyal and Nikhilesh Sharma

Personal Radar Belt for Blind People
The goal of this project is to create a working IR radar system. The system will only be required to measure close proximity at an angle of 90 degrees. The range of the system can be roughly 4-30 cm, 20-150cm & 1m-5.5m depending upon which sensor we choose to use.

Student Names: Nikhil Solanki and Manoj Ravidas

Electrocardiograph & Heart Rate Monitor
This is a simple design that fits on a single breadboard. We are free to experiment and to custom it for our needs. This project shows the heart on the screen of oscilloscope and also a speaker is connected for better result.

Student Names: Mohit Soni, Nishant Arora and Mohammad Suhail Khan

World report on disability (2011) jointly presented by world health organization and world bank says that there are 70 million people are handicapped in the world, unfortunately day by day the number of handicapped people is increasing due to road accidents as well as diseases like paralysis. Among all the disabilities percentage of physically handicapped person is the most.

The main purpose of this project is to develop a prototype for a wheel chair which will be controlled through vocal signals to assist physically challenged. The chair will move according to the commands dictated by the person. We have dissolved the problems of physically handicapped by implementing voice control interfacing over a microphone for the wheel chair. The voice recognition ICV is followed by a microcontroller and movement this through the dc motor. So the development of voice operated wheel chair will solve the query about the mobility of quadriplegic patient and make them independent of mobility.

Student Names: Tanisha Singhal, Virendra Singh Rajpurohit

Wireless Power Transmission Table
They have a developed a wireless power transmission system for smart home. This power transmitting surface is built into the frame of a 35 x 32 cm wooden cabinet and is able to transmit tens of watts of electrical power to power multiple devices simultaneously. Existing techniques of wireless power transmission involving a pair of strongly magnetically coupled resonators allow transmission of tens of watts of power over a few meters. By introducing high Q L-C resonators, researchers are able to efficiently transfer power from one resonant transmitter to another resonant receiver. However, efficiency greatly deteriorates upon adding more receivers to the strongly coupled system because of the interactions between multiple coupled resonators.

We observe that many consumer electronics for example laptops, desk lamps, alarm clocks etc. operate off a surface such as a desk or a cabinet. In our research and implementation of a wireless power transmission system, we transmit near field wireless power with a goal not to maximize the distance of power transmission, but rather, to power devices on a surface.
Our objective is to allow the introduction of numerous non resonant pick up coils to enable multiple devices to be powered on the surface at once with only one resonant transmitter. With the goal of powering multiple devices with a single transmitter, we design a system that drives a primary inductor which is coupled with a high Q L-C secondary resonator. Design parameters such as drive frequency, number of turns of resonant coil, type of wire used etc are determined by computer modeling. MATLAB is used to model the behavior of inductive power transfer and PSpice is used to model the behavior of the transmitter and receiving systems respectively.

Student Names: Siddharth Singh Rathore , Sunil Soni, Vikas Rawat & Vishveshwer Gurjar

Intelligent Fire extinguisher Robot using PSoC4
Fire extinguisher robot is a hardware based model used to automatically extinguish the fire during fire accidents. A robot has developed which feature to move in the direction with respect to the fire intensity. Firstly robot avoids the obstacle which is coming into its path and for avoiding obstacle robot has three IR sensors which are mount on robot. For detecting fire, robot has sensor which are used to detect the fire. When robot detect the fire water motor started and a jet of water is move in fire direction. If the fire is stop then water motor is stopped.

PSOC is basically family of microcontroller integrated circuits by cypress semiconductor. These chips include a CPU core and mixed-signal arrays of configurable integrated analog and digital peripherals. A PSOC integrated circuit is composed of a core, configurable analog and digital blocks, and programmable routing and interconnects. The configurable blocks in a PSOC are the biggest difference from other microcontrollers. PSOC has three separate memory spaces: paged SRAM for data, Flash memory for instructions and fixed data, and I/O Registers for controlling and accessing the configurable logic blocks and functions. The device is created using SONOS technology.

Student Names: Hetan Kumari, Ranu Tak, Yatika Sharma, Rajbala

With the ongoing revolution in electronics and communication where innovations are taking place at a blink of eye, it is impossible to keep pace with the engineering trends. Wireless technology is one of the main areas of research in the world of communication systems today and is incomplete without an understanding of the operation and fabrication of antennas. This was the main reason for selecting a project focusing on this field. This project considers some forms of patch antennas and explores modeling them in the HFSS environment. Therefore, very complex antenna patterns can be achieved from a relatively simple simulation. This project concentrates on design and simulation of ultra-band microstrip patch antennas for the 3.1–10.6 GHz band and its possible implementation. The proto typing was fabricated and tested in the project lab itself.

In today’s technological society, wireless communication has become an increasingly important part of daily life. We have come to depend on our pagers, cellular phones, satellite dishes, radios, etc., usually without understanding how they work. The common element of these antenna system is patch antenna.


An Android Based Emergency Alarm System for Patients
Consistent monitoring of vital health parameters is an important issue in the medical industry. Smart and affordable medical and health care have been always described as a dream coming true despite the ever growing cost of providing such care services to hospitals and nursing homes. Pervasive sensing and wireless networking technology possess the potential to the provisions of quality medical or health care with relatively lower cost. Coming along with the urgent development of wireless technology; wireless devices have invaded the medical area with a wide range of capability. Not only improving the quality of life of patients and doctor-patient efficiency, wireless technology enables clinicians to monitor patients remotely and give them timely health information, reminders, and support – potentially extending the reach of health care by making it available anywhere, anytime.

In the health-care field, easy access to monitor patients remotely and give them timely health information, reminders, and support – potentially extending the reach of health care by making it available anywhere, anytime are the most important issues these days. The project “Falling oxygen pressure indicator using Android”, using Wireless Communication and Android Applications has a scope to contribute towards helping with these issues. Android has become a need rather than luxury these days, and its popularity has increased rapidly among the smart phones, because the connectivity of android enabled devices is advanced with most of the latest devices running on 4G enabled networks. The security of Android OS is also superior in comparison to other mobile phone operating systems. Oxygen is crucial to maintain and save human life. In hospitals, many patients die due to lack of oxygen in the cylinders before the staff member reaches. An electronic setup is connected with the oxygen cylinder which consists of a 'Pressure Sensor' (which measures pressure from 1psi to 150psi) to sense the oxygen pressure and then display it on 'Graphic LCD- 128x64 green'. This is assembled on Atmega32 microcontroller development board. Using Android Application – “MediMartyr”, if the oxygen pressure is lower than a certain level of oxygen in the cylinder which can prove fatal for the patient, an alarm notification will be sent to the concerned hospital staff member on their android phone (if they have one and using this app). In case they don't possess an android phone notification in form of SMS will be sent. This wireless communication is done using ‘GSM-GPRS modem SIM 300 kit V2’.

Student Names:Himani Malviya and Divya Mathur

Image Based Authentication System
Most human authentication systems have been text-based. Recent psychological studies show users' inability to recall random character sequences. Image-based authentication systems have shown promise in circumventing this problem. In addition, they are more intuitive and user-friendly. Security-sensitive environments protect their resources against unauthorized access by enforcing access control mechanisms. Text based passwords are not secure enough for such applications. User authentication can be improved by using both text passwords and structured images. Our image based registration and authentication system is called IBRAS. The system developed displays an image or set of images to the user, who would then select one to identify them. The system uses such image based passwords and integrates image registration and notification interfaces. Image registration enables users to have their favorite image. IBRAS is a simple authentication system, which uses images as passwords. The user submits user ID and an image as credentials to the system. If the image matches with the one stored in the system, the user is authenticated. Images are easy to remember. It is not easy to guess images. Performing brute force attacks on such systems is very difficult. A first time user has to register him with the system by providing all his details. The interface guides the user in a step-by step fashion. No major change is to be made to the existing password based systems to incorporate the use of images. The system remains simple as the password based one. The images are not stored in the system. Only the hashed values are stored. The user carries the image with him. This system is easy for Internet applications also.


The aim of this project is to segregate the material in different boxes on the basis of their sizes. Today automation is mostly used in many industrial and many other applications such as material load in airplane, trucks and other industrial application where fewer places are available to segregate the material. The material segregation is done by pushing loader drive. Employing this automatic technique, one can differentiate different types of boxes of goods. The application of material segregation in continuous manner in short time therefore the circuit uses the latest and simple technology like proximity sensor, motor, and relay board.

Student Names: Naresh Meghwal, Mohan Chand, Mayank Joshi, Mohd. Adil
The increase in power demand has forced the power system to operate closer to its stability limit. Voltage instability and line overloading have become challenging problems due to the strengthening of power system by various means. The nature of voltage stability can be analysed by the production, transmission and consumption of reactive power. One of the major causes of voltage instability is the reactive power unbalancing which occurs in stressed condition of power system. STATCOM undoubtedly has an upper hand over other FACTS devices like SVC. STATCOM is an active device, which can control voltage magnitude and, to a small extent, the phase angle in a very short time and, therefore, has the ability to improve the system damping as well as voltage profiles of the system. STATCOM can also offer a number of performance advantages for reactive power control applications over the conventional SVC because of its greater reactive current output at depressed voltage, faster response, better control stability, lower harmonics and smaller size, etc. The MATLAB simulation verification of the results derived has been obtained using a model of 5- bus system employing STATCOM.

Student Names:Akshay Kumar Vyas, Anil Suthar, Anurag Arya
In Now-a-days Rashan distribution is done through Rashan shops which are located all around the world and due to corruption, the Rashan for people has been stolen by peoples of Rashan shops. By using this system we can connect all the Rashan ATMs through ethanet and we can control them from all around world by just one click. So the Rashan will be distributed equally and without corruption. This system is based on PLC and can be implemented in villages easily. PLC based system works on low voltage dc supply, so we can use solar panels to supply the system.

Student Names: Preetesh Kumar Arya, Rakesh Kumar Sain, Ravindra Chouhan,Rakesh Rajpurohit
Micro-Grid is basically a low voltage or medium voltage distribution network which consists of a cluster of micro-sources such as photo-voltaic array, fuel cell, wind turbine etc. called distributed generators (DG’s). In a micro-grid the DG’s has sufficient capacity to carry all, or most of the load connected to the micro-grid. This project presents the development of these micro-sources i.e photo voltaic array, fuel cell stack along with their power electronic interfacing circuits in Matlab/Simulink and finally combining these models to form a Micro-Grid. The system is so designed that it can be operated both in islanded as well as in grid connected mode. This project aims to lay groundwork which will allow for further investigation and for the development of a more sophisticated micro-grid model, so as to allow for a full understanding of how Micro-Grid behave.

Student Names: Shailesh Kumar Thanvi, Arpit Mohnot, Dinesh Jangid
In recent years, ATM are being stolen by robbers by means of gas cutters, uprooting machine or by damaging the machine. Now the solution of this problem is found.
In this security system, there is hidden gate which is at moderate distance from the original gate, temperature sensor & calling system. If any person who intentionally want to damage the machine or trying to uproot the machine or if he use gas cutter or anything else to stole the money from ATM then automatically hidden gate get closed & that thief will be trapped and simultaneously there will call made to bank manager or nearest police station within 30 seconds.
There is also hidden switch to open that hidden gate. Only authorized person can open that gate.


Modern Township
In this project we built the concept of modernization in reality. In it basically 3 concepts were implemented.
  • At exactly 11 P.M half of the street and colony lights get closed automatically and the colony gates also get closed automatically.
  • As any vehicle comes after 11 P.M the colony gate gets opened automatically as the vehicle approaches and all the street lights of that particular colony gets lit up.
  • In irrigation farm when the soil gets dry the water pump automatically starts the irrigation process. And as the soil reaches the particular humidity level the circuit senses it and the water pump stops the irrigation process.

Applications of Practical Utility:
  • By implying this concept of Automatic Street Lightening we can save up to 37% of power per night.
  • By implying the concept of Automatic Plant Irrigation we can save up to 49 lt. of water for each 100Acres of irrigating land.

Student Names: Girish Pareek, Himanshu Pareek & Gaurav Aboti

Traffic Density Based Traffic Control System
This project presents an improvement in existing traffic control system at intersection. System is made more efficient with addition of intelligence in term of artificial vision, using image processing techniques to estimate actual road traffic and compute time each time for every road before enabling the signal. System is clever enough to provide priority to authorized emergency vehicles with the help of GSM at a particular intersection.Unpredicted growth of traffic today has created serious problem in metro cities. Existing automatic traffic control system at intersection with preset timing signals is proved to be inefficient for the reason that system is not intelligent enough to make judgment of varying road traffic density and fail to allocate specific time to clear it. Unnecessary waiting till preset time lapse or wait for multiple round of turns to clear the traffic.

Student Names: Deepak Pichakiya, Dungar Ram, Gajendra Singh Gehlot, Ganpat

Automatic Car Parking System
Automatic Car Parking System (ACPS)is designed for locations that require a large number of parking spots and receive a high volume of traffic. Based on a modular concept, the ACPS can be adapted to meet the specific requirements of any given location. Through the combination of vertical car elevators passing through the entire system and shuttles that work on each individual parking level, the ACPS boasts a limitless array of possible configurations. The ACPS provides several hundred parking spots that can be built above or below grade. Transfer rooms can be placed on every level within or above the system. The ACPS allows for various car heights and its integrated quick change system allows drivers to retrieve cars rapidly, minimizing wait time. The transfer rooms and rotating turntable are arranged to position the vehicle toward the exit, allowing the driver to proceed immediately forward.

Student Names: Khushwant Bohra, Kartikay Singh and Lalit Vajpayee
Converting Bajikatalab to Eco-Friendly park
The project is basically converting Bajikatalab to Eco-Friendly park which contains following features like Water harvesting pond, Garden, playground, water sporting, heritage look, musical fountain, open theatre (rangmanch), picnic spot, tourism centre, trade park centre with eco-friendly measure, walking track, sitting place, parking space (separate for bicycles 2 wheel 4 wheel 130 4 wheel ,1000 2 wheel), shops, water cleaning system, water purification system, water pumping station, non drinking water distribution system, drinking bottling plant and many other facilities.

Student Names: Parth Parihar

Construction of multi-storied building
This report outlines the structural design of a Ten-story reinforced concrete residential building following Indian standard codes. The framing arrangement and column locations of the building were provided based on architectural and structural requirements. The structure system of the residential building is a reinforced concrete frame with a one-way slab/ two way slab and beam floor system. This report covers the design process in the following order: the calculation of the expected loads on the structure, the design of the slab depth, the estimation of the column sizes, the design of the slab reinforcement, the calculation to check crack control, the calculation to check beam deflections and finally the design of the column reinforcement. Additionally, figures displaying the placement of the steel rebar in the structure are contained in the report
Statement of project: Salient features:
Utility of building:residential complex
No of stories:G+10
Shape of the building :11 APARTMENTS
No of staircases :2
No. of flats :44
No of lifts :2
Type of construction:R.C.C framed structure
Types of walls :brick wall
Geometric details :plot area ( 41.650*56)
Ground floor :3m
Floor to floor height:3m.
Height of plinth:0.6m
Depth of foundation:900mm
Concrete grade :M35
All steel grades :Fe500 grade
Bearing capacity of soil:180KN/M2 (assume)

Student Names: Parth Parihar
Solar Car
The research started in September, when the team came across the Asia-level Solar Car Competition ,which is organised every year by the ISIE (Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers), and decided to participate in it. For reference, they chose The World Solar Challenge, Australia. Their aim was to build a car with all specifications and features, and to take part in The World Solar Challenge, 2019, and to win it.
When the team began, many people asked, 'Why? Why solar?' The answer was that the sun is the ultimate source of energy which can never get depleted despite constant use, unlike petrol, diesel, and other fossil fuels. The other aspect was the alarming rate at which fossil fuels are being used, thereby increasing pollution levels and global warming, the major issue our planet is facing right now. So, the idea was to find a cleaner, safer, and abundant source of energy which could power anything. The answer, of course, was the Sun.
For designing a solar vehicle, the main focus is on the power system, which includes the motor, the battery, and the solar array. The team also had to keep in mind all the guidelines and rules of the competition they were about to take part in. According to the rules of the competition the motor power is restricted to an upper limit of 2,000 watt. Hence, the team chose a 1,200 watt BLDC Hub Motor.

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Heat Transfer Enhancement Using Perforated Fins
Fins are used for heat transfer enhancement in equipment dealing with thermal energy. Compactness and weight are sometimes prime concern regarding fin design. In such circumstances perforated fins give promising results within the constraints. In the present project interspacing between the perforated fins with their perforation has been studied for the enhancement of heat transfer rate from the base plate. Perforations in fins are of Circular shape with staggered and inline manner in order to maximize the heat transfer rate. Parameters for the geometry of duct and fin array decided as cross sectional area of duct being 200 mm x 80 mm. Fins have cross section area of 120mm x 60 mm. Heat flux of 200W is provided at the base plate. Perforations in fins are obtained such that the hydraulic depth remains constant while changing the aspect ratio of perforation. Thicknesses of fins have been taken as 5 mm and material is selected as Aluminum. Air flow rate varied in a duct to obtain a range of Reynolds number and their effect has been studied for various fin spacing, aspect ratio with Reynolds number. Interspacing between fins has been changed such that the base area open for convection heat transfer which is unprotected from fins remains constant. It is done by converting a part of exposed wall as adiabatic in a base plate after each fin. Ansys 13.0 is used for creating geometry.
Student Names: Shakti Singh, Shahrukh Khan, Saddam Hussain, Siddharth Pandey, Ramesh Choudhary and Saurabh Tiwari

The use of helicopter in the field of armed appliances has grown drastically to operate in dangerous situations where human can be safe at a distance . Our project has verified that it is possible to build a small-scale helicopter that could be used for both military and commercial use. Our most significant problems to date have been an ambition development schedule coupled with very limited funds. These constraints have forced compromise in components selected and methods used for prototype development. Our next step is to fix the software so that we can achieve controllable undeterred flight. We are also working on integrating our own graphical user interface (GUI) which will allow us to have direct control over all systems. Although there are many enhancements that we could do to the design, we have proven that it is possible to produce a small scale UAV that performs functions of interest to the military as well as commercial/industrial applications.
The use of drones and small remote operated helicopters can also be used by researchers which often are dependent on rapid sensor deployment, gathering of geographical data and area inspection.
In the northern parts the race for oil has forced the oil sector to consider the use of drones and remote operated helicopter to perform some of the tasks when searching for new production areas.
Student Names: : Lokesh Singh chouhan, Manjeet Singh, Himmat, Hari Shankar Yadav, Hajari Gora, Mahaveer Ratnu, Mahendra Singh, Nawaratan Singh, Lokvendra Pratap Singh and Ganesh Choudhary

An Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) is a safety system that prevents the wheels on a motor vehicle from locking up (or ceasing to rotate) while braking. The purpose of this to allow the driver to maintain steering control and to shorten the braking distances. (By allowing the driver to fully hit the brake without fear for skidding or loss of control).ABS is essentially an enhanced or improved version of ordinary brakes. ABS is designed to prevent brakes from locking up and skidding when braking hard or braking on wet or slick surfaces. This adds a significant margin of safety for regular driving by preventing dangerous skid and allowing the driver to maintain steering control while trying to stop. A rotating road wheel allows the driver to maintain steering control under heavy braking by preventing a skid and allowing the wheel to continue interacting tractively with the road surface as directed by driver steering inputs. ABS offers improved vehicle control and decreases stopping distances on dry and especially slippery surfaces for many drivers, but on loose surfaces like gravel and snow-on-pavement it can significantly increase braking distance, while still improving vehicle control.
Student Names: Amar Singh Dudi, Bhera Ram , Damodar Saraswat,Dharmendra Rathore, Pankaj Singh Bhati,Sunil Kumar Borana, Mohit Gorana , Pankaj Benda, Ashok Gehlot and Vikas Kumar

Real time distribution transformer analyzer
Electricity or power supply has become one of the basic requirements of mankind. Failure in power supply thus causes difficulties to common man and huge loss to industries/companies. The delay in repairing the faults in power lines happens due to the non-availability of fault information at the control station or electricity office. Here we introduce a MCU based technology to display and control the fault in three-phase lines connected to the transformers. Here we have a system to inform about the faults in the 3 phase line to the control station. We use the RF transmitter for the intimation of the condition of transformer, it is detected by using temperature, voltage, current and oil sensors fitted over proper places on the transformer. The MCU control the function of the RF transmitter for the intimation to the authority. An LCD system shows the output from each sensor, LED indication is used here for the local intimation. A protection relay is also included in this system, MCU control this relay through a relay interface. If any faults are identified MCU protects the transformer by energizing the relay.
The received details are displayed on the display unit and also stored in the PC. From the control station a person can control the protection relay placed at the transmitter section.
The popular microcontroller ATMega8 from ATMEL CORPORATION used as the core controller for transmitter and receiver.

Student Names: Raksha Mathur, Rashi Sharma, Somiya Choudhary
Metal Detector Robotic Vehicle
This project presents a metal detecting robot using RF communication with wireless audio and video transmission and it is designed and implemented with Atmel 89C51 MCU in embedded system domain. The robot is moved in particular direction using switches and the images are captured along with the audio and images are watched on the television .Experimental work has been carried out carefully. The result shows that higher efficiency is indeed achieved using the embedded system. The proposed method is verified to be highly beneficial for the security purpose and industrial purpose. The tests demonstrated that the robot would not pose any performance problem for installation of the mine detection sensor. On the other hand, however, the tests also clearly indicated areas where improvement, modification, specification change and additional features to the robot are required to serve better for the intended purpose. Valuable data and hints were obtained in connection with such issues as control method with the mine detection robot tilted, merits and drawbacks of mounting the sensor, cost, handling the cable between the robot and support vehicle, maintainability, serviceability and easiness of adjustments.

Student Names: Varsha Sukharia, Varsha Rathore, Vandana Chouhan, Geeta Choudhary
Agricultural based Quad-Copter for Monitoring & Pesticides
A Quad-copter is a multi-rotor aerial and vertical take-off and landing vehicle. It is an aircraft that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. Quad copter is classified as rotorcraft, as opposed to fixed-wing aircraft, because its lift is derived from four rotors. Here Quad-copter is used in agriculture to gain more profit with help of emerging technology. It can be used for monitoring the crops and check the weather conditions of field, by this farmer have no need to wonder in farm and he will able to control the level of water or fertilizer with help of camera embed at the top of the copter. It will also able to carry good amount of pesticide for preventing the pest. By this the yield of farm will considerably rise by using this.
This will provide more reliable system on which farm can believe.

Student Names:Varsha Gujar, Sangeeta Mundel, Sumitra Raliya, Tejaswani Purohit
Automatic Traffic controller for Ambulance Emergency
This Project is built for avoiding the traffic delay by ambulances/emergency vehicles due to traffic control signal light system on junctions. In this system, we use digital wireless technology using RF signals to inform the presence of emergency vehicle/ambulance. Here we design an intelligent signal controller which has the facility to receive RF signals. The ambulances/emergency vehicles transmit coded RF signal which contains the information of the direction they want to travel. The receiver in the signal controller receivers these signals and controls the traffic light with appropriate light signals in a manner that the ambulance can pass the junction without delay.
Both transmitter and receiver contain microcontroller based system to encode and decode RF data. The RF technology here we use the popular ask modulation technique at carrier of 433MHz.

Student Names: Vandana Sharma, Varshika Kachhawaha, Vyakhya Kachhawaha, Ravina Dadhich
Wireless mobile charger
Wireless Power Transmission using inductive coupling, is one of most effective ways to transfer power between points without the use of conventional wire system. The goal of this project Wireless Power Transmission Mobile Charger circuit using inductive coupling is to charge a low power device using wireless power. This is done using charging a resonant coil from AC supply and then transmitting subsequent power to the resistive load. The project is meant to charge a low power device quickly and efficiently by inductive coupling without help of wire.

Student Names: Koshani Sharma, Nisha Rana, Payal Gehlot, Priyanka Rajawat
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) a technique that uses electrical currents to activate nerves innervating extremities affected by paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury, head injury, stroke or other neurological and physical disorders, restoring function in people with disabilities. There are many different types of devices in this field. The aim of this device is to create a budget conscious unit that could work just as well with the same features of other devices. Electrical stimulation is simply the application of electrical pulses to the body, be it for function or therapy. The classical example is that of the cardiac pacemaker.
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is an effective method for assisting the movement of paraplegic patients. FES makes it possible to realize activities such as standing-up, walking, and grasping. However in spite of this advantage, its clinical application is limited. One reason is that it needs a switch for which the paraplegic patients have to make an action other than the one that they desire to make. In some cases, it is possible to use another type of switch. Lower limb actions, for example standing-up and walking, need the synchronization of both limbs. Hence, in the case of lower limb hemiplegics it is possible to recognize the action that the patients intend to perform from the EMG (electromyogram) detected on the surface of the normal limb. The purpose of this design is the challenge to build a lower cost machine comparable to what is on the medical market. The basics treatment of this device is that it should be a handheld device used with a PC GUI and easily useable from a medical practitioner like Doctor of Physical Therapy or a home user with just brief usage training. The working of the project is quite simple. The Microcontroller ATmega8515 based pulse generator is controlled by the text inputs from RS232 port of the PC.The GUI in MATLAB is designed to control the amplitude of the output pulse to the Stimulus section. The user can also control the duration of the pulse and inter pulse delay, the number ofpulses and the mode. In manual mode it would work with EMG feedback while in Repeat modeit would repeat the pulse for the duration circuit is on.
The stimulus isolation unit does following functions:
  • Input conditioning
  • Stimulus Isolation apart from delivering the stimulus to the muscle.

Manual Mode: When the patient flexes his muscles, the EMG signal is detected by the EMG detector circuit and a high output is generated. This high output acts as the trigger for microcontroller which fires the required pulses to the Stimulus Isolation Unit. As the pulsed input of SIU goes high, the output of the transistor goes low which switches on the CMOS transmission gate and DC-DC converter IC is turned on. In this circuit we use three DC-DC converter ICs so rest of the output pins of CMOS transmission gate IC CD4066 are grounded. This generates around 100V DC voltage at a very low current. This stimulus is delivered to the muscles through the Silicone/Carbon electrodes. For better transmission on signal through the skin, we should use Neurotransmitter gel which reduces resistance of the skin so that the stimulus penetrates through the skin without damaging it.
  • Treatment of paraplegic or paralytic patients
  • Training of muscles
  • Rehabilitation of persons with sports related or other injuries
  • Muscle movement detection using EMG.
  • Study of physiological stimulation in Labs
  • Pain reliever for chronic pain
  • Treatment of spinal cord related injuries

Student Names: Kirti Kumar Kasat and Lekhraj Vishnoi