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Skills Acquired at Skill-Lync :

• CANTERA
• PYTHON
• COMBUSTION
• MATLAB-BASICS
• PYTHON-BASICS
• NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS
• CFD-BASICS
• SOLIDWORKS-FLOW-SIMULATION-BASICS

Introduction

Jishnu Handique joined IIT Kharagpur as a JRF. He was working on a Biomimetic project funded by Naval Research Board, Govt. of India. His research interests mainly focus on CFD, Numerical Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flows.

26 Projects

Matlab Programming to calculate Thermal Efficiency and create PV diagram of an Air Standard (Otto) Cycle for given inputs

Objective:

To create PV diagram of Otto Cycle, a Function of engine Kinematics must be called. And the file name of created Function Program must be same as that of the Function   i.e. Otto_engine_kinematics % Otto cycle engine kinematics Function % function [v]=Otto_engine_kinematics(bore, con_rod, stroke,… 10 Sep 2018 02:09 AM IST

Sheet Metal and Surface Modeling in NX Cad (Unigraphics)

Objective:

Sheet Metal Designs:       Surface Models: 08 Sep 2018 02:50 AM IST

Modeling, Assembling and Drafting a Machine Vice using SolidWorks

Objective:

Assembled  Machine  Vice:       Drafting: (1)  Clamping  Plate:     (2)  Handle  Cap:     (3)  Handle:     (4)  Jaw:     (5)  Lock  Nut:     (6)  Moveable  Jaw:     (7) … 08 Sep 2018 03:48 AM IST

Results of the Data Analysis PYTHON Program

Objective:

PV Diagram obtained:   RESULT obtained for PV plot:                                Area under the P-V diagram: 456.064 m²                   Power Output of the engine: 11.402 kW… 26 Jun 2019 09:51 PM IST

Simulation of 2D Steady and Transient Heat Conduction Equation in MATLAB

Objective:

STEADY STATE HEAT EQUATION: 2D Steady State Heat Conduction Equation is, `(del^2T)/(delx^2) + (del^2T)/(dely^2) = 0`   by  EXPLICIT METHOD: Now Discretizing the Equation, `=> (T_(i-1,j) - 2T_(i,j) + T_(i+1,j))/(Deltax^2) + (T_(i,j-1) - 2T_(i,j) + T_(i,j+1))/(Deltay^2) = 0` `=>(2T_(i,j)) /(Deltax^2) + (2T_(i,j))… 25 Jun 2018 09:09 AM IST

OpenFoam Simulation of Flow through a Pipe using Symmetric and Axi-symmetric Boundary Conditions and Comparison of their Results

Objective:

(a) Symmetrically Simulated for Wedge Angle = 10 Degree, 25 Degree and 45 Degree (b) Axi-Symmetrically Simulated for Wedge Angle = 4 Degree   SCREENSHOT  of  the  25  Degree  Wedged  Pipe'  Inlet  in  ParaView:   Plots  Obtained: Comparison  of … 26 Jun 2019 09:51 PM IST

Flux Limiters and Interpolation Scheme

Objective:

Flux  Limiters:  We can study the shocks and discontinuity that arises in the Engineering problems,particularly Fluid Dynamics problems by applying numerical schemes. It can be said that Low Order Schemes are usually stable but quite dissipative around the points of discontinuity. On the other side, High… 26 Jun 2019 11:08 PM IST

Modelling and Simulation of Flow through a Flowbench in SolidWorks

Objective:

Grid  Dependency  Test:  The Test is done at Valve Lift  =  0.001 m for three different Mesh SetUp.   Mesh SetUp:           (1)  Number of cells in X Axis  =  16                      … 10 Sep 2018 12:59 AM IST

Design and Analysis of a Centrifugal Pump in SolidWorks

Objective:

Total  Number of Iterations  taken  for  Simulation  =  500   CUT  PLOTs  Obtained  for  Velocity: (A)  Outlet  Velocity =  10 m/sec:     (B)  Outlet  Velocity =  20 m/sec:     (C)  Outlet … 10 Sep 2018 12:58 AM IST

Solving ODE represents the equation of motion of a simple pendulum (without any Damping) in Matlab

Objective:

% Function program % function [dtheta_dt]=ode_pendulum(t,theta,m,g,L) theta1=theta(1); theta2=theta(2); omega=g/(L*m); dtheta1_dt=theta2; dtheta2_dt=-(omega^2)*sin(theta1); dtheta_dt=[dtheta1_dt;dtheta2_dt]; end   % Main program % close all clear all clc %Inputs% m=0.8; %Mass of the Pendulum in Kg g=9.81; %Acc… 10 Sep 2018 02:08 AM IST

Simulation of Flow over NACA AirFoil in SolidWorks

Objective:

RESULTS Obtained:   (A) Angle of Attack = 0 Degree:     (B) Angle of Attack = 2 Degree:     (C) Angle of Attack = 4 Degree:     (D) Angle of Attack = 6 Degree:     (E) Angle of Attack = 8 Degree:     (F) Angle of Attack = 10 Degree:       Lift… 03 Jul 2018 08:47 AM IST

Program in C of a Heat Transfer problem by using Finite Difference Method (FDM)

Objective:

Consider a large Uranium Plate of thickness, L=4 cm and thermal conductivity, k=28 W/m.Degree Cel in which Heat is generated uniformly at constant rate of Hg=5x10^6 W/m^3. One side of the plate is maintained at 0 Degree Cel by iced water while the other side is subjeted to convection… 26 Jun 2019 09:52 PM IST

OpenFoam Simulation of Flow through a Backward Facing Step

Objective:

Problem  SetUp: Velocity  =  0.05  m/sec Start  Time  =  0  sec End  Time  =  1  sec delta  Time  for  0.2  Graded  Mesh  =  0.00001  sec delta  Time  for  0.5  Graded  Mesh  = … 08 Sep 2018 11:02 AM IST

Investigation of the Global Maxima ofÂ a Stalagmite Function by using Genetic Algorithm

Objective:

Genetic Algorithm (GA)s are Optimization Algorithms based on Darwin's theory of Natural Evolution. It is dependent on natural selection in natural genetics.                  GA is based on an analogy with the genetic behaviour within a population of indivduals: There are… 26 Jun 2019 09:52 PM IST

OpenFoam Simulation of Flow through a Pipe using Axi-symmetric Boundary Condition

Objective:

Formulae involved: a) Entry Length of a Pipe for Laminar Flow, L = 0.07*Re*D b) Velocity = (Re*mu)/(rho*Diameter) c) Hagen-Poiseuille\'s Pressure Drop, dP = -(32*mu*u_avg*L)/(D*D) Here, u_avg = u_max/2 d) Hagen-Poiseuille\'s Velocity Distribution, u(r) = -[1/(4*mu)]*(dP/dX)*[(R*R)-(r*r)] Here, r = Radius at which… 26 Jun 2019 09:54 PM IST

Objective:

Given, `A = [[5,1,2],[-3,9,4],[1,2,-7]], x=[(x_1),(x_2),(x_3)]`  and  `B = [(10),(-14),(33)]`   by Jacobi method:      `x = -D^(−1) .(L + U).x_(old)+D^(−1).B` by Gauss Siedal method:      `x = -(D + L)^(−1).U.x_(old)+(D + L)^(−1).B` by… 26 Jun 2019 11:08 PM IST

Result Discussion of Curve Fitting MATLAB Program

Objective:

OBTAINED PLOTS: (A) Linear Polynomial Fits:             Comparison for Best Fit between the above 2 Curve Fits:         (B) Cubic Polynomial Fits:             Comparison for Best Fit between the above 2 Curve Fits:    … 26 Jun 2019 09:52 PM IST

Simulation of 1D Supersonic Nozzle Flow using MacCormack Method in MATLAB

Objective:

Governing Equations for Non-Conservative form: (A) Continuity Equation: `(delrho)/(delt) = -rho(delV)/(delx)-rhoV((del(lnA))/(delx)) - V((delrho)/(delx))` (B) Momentum Equation: `(delV)/(delt) = -V(delV)/(delx) - 1/gamma((delT)/(delx) + T/rho(delrho)/(delx))` (C) Energy Equation: `(delT)/(delt) = -V(delT)/(delx) - (gamma-1)T[(delV)/(delx)… 10 Sep 2018 08:26 AM IST

Stoichiometric Combustion Calculator for Alkane, Alkene and Alkyne fuels

Objective:

Given Combustion Process for Alkane fuels is, `C_nH_(2n+2)+ar(O_2+3.76 N_2)=aCO_2+bH_2O+cN_2` Now here `n=a` ,  `2n+2=2bimpliesb=n+1`   and   `ar=a+b/2=n+(n+1)/2=(3timesn+1)/2` Again Combustion Process for Alkene fuels will be, `C_nH_(2n)+ar(O_2+3.76 N_2)=aCO_2+bH_2O+cN_2` Here `n=a`… 10 Sep 2018 02:05 AM IST

Mechanical Parts Modeling in NX Cad (Unigraphics)

Objective: 10 Sep 2018 08:42 AM IST

Solving a Heat Transfer problem by using Finite Difference Method (FDM) in Matlab

Objective:

Consider a large Uranium Plate of thickness, L=4 cm and thermal conductivity, k=28 W/m.Degree Cel in which Heat is generated uniformly at constant rate of Hg=5x10^6 W/m^3. One side of the plate is maintained at 0 Degree Cel by iced water while the other side is subjeted to convection to an environmet at 30 Degree Cel with… 10 Sep 2018 01:57 AM IST

Comparing First, Second and Fourth Order Approximations of First Derivative against Analytical Derivative

Objective:

First Order Error Function: function Error_First_order_der=frst_order(x,dx) Analytical_der=((cos(x))/x^3)-((3*sin(x))/x^4); Numerical_First_order_der= ((sin(x+dx)/(x+dx)^3)-(sin(x)/x^3))/dx; Error_First_order_der=abs(Numerical_First_order_der-Analytical_der); end   Second Order Error Function: function Error_Second_order_der=scnd_order(x,dx)… 10 Sep 2018 02:04 AM IST

Drag Force variation wrt Velocity and Drag Coeff for Flow over a Bicycle Rider in PYTHON

Objective:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt # Inputs # # Air density in Kg/m^3 density = 1.2 # Constant Frontal Area of Cyclist in m^2 area = 0.4 # (1) For "Drag Force vs Vel" for a constant Drag Coeff # # Velocities of the cycle in m/sec V = [1,2,3,4,5,6] # Constant Drag Coefficient cd_const = 0.47 fD = [] for v in V: fD.append(0.5*density*area*v*v*cd_const)… 10 Sep 2018 01:57 AM IST

Part Assembling in NX Cad (Unigraphics)

Objective:

(1)  Pipe  Vice:   (2)  Knuckle  Joint:   (3)  Screw  Jack:   (4)  Toy  Train  Model:   (5)  Socket  Spigot  Joint:   (6)  AirCraft  Model: 08 Sep 2018 03:17 AM IST

Simulation of 2R Robotic Arm in MATLAB

Objective:

close all clear all clc % Inputs % l1 = 1; l2 = 0.5; theta1 = linspace(0,90,10); theta2 = linspace(0,90,10); %Origin x0 = 0; y0 = 0; ct = 1; for i = 1:length(theta1) THETA1 = theta1(i); for j = 1:length(theta1) THETA2 = theta2(j); %Connector of Link1 and Link2 x1 = l1*cosd(THETA1); y1 = l1*sind(THETA1); %Coordinates… 10 Sep 2018 01:55 AM IST

Simulation of Flow past a Cylinder for various Reynold's Number in SolidWorks

Objective:

TAKEN INPUTS: Diameter = 0.04 m Length = 0.1 m Density of Air = 1.225 kg/m3 Dynamic Viscosity = 18.6e-6 Pa.sec at 20 Degree Celsius Reynold No. = 20, 40, 100 We know that, Reynold No. = (Density x Velocity x Diameter)/Dynamic Viscosity By applying above inputs in the Formula, we obtained: Velocity for (Re = 20) is 0.007592… 26 Jun 2019 09:58 PM IST

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