Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Chaturvedi, Rishabh

Strengthening the Concrete of Glass Fiber using Light Weight Concrete Material

Rishabh Chaturvedi; Rajat Yadav; Anas Islam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 700-707

In today’s world, the small buildings have been replaced by sky-scrapers & maximum height buildings. Here, it increases one amid the component in natural weight-less derivation in the building due to closed frameworks obstruction. Due to this confine, the artificial sources utilization for building lightening has been augmented extensively with light sending concrete (LITRACON) through success made concrete block as more clear in the year 2003. Moreover, it more significant and pre-requisite for increasing back the replacement of weight less consumption in the framework, as concrete has been considered to be strengthen in compression & in instance of flexure & tension, the concrete has been deliberated as weak.

Automatic Mobile Patrolling Robot for Continuous Monitoring using DVR Algorithm

Kamal Sharmaa; Aman Sharma; Rishabh Chaturvedi; Anas Islam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 294-299

The basic idea is to construct a mobile patrolling robot for security and monitoring. For an on-demand robotic system, a location aware module provides location information of objects, users, and the mobile robot itself. The probability-based location aware module is modified to handle RSSI measurements with a maximum of calibration. The resultant location calibration module will be more light-weight. In addition, coherent functional global patterns and principal of emergence is introduced into the mobile robot. The use of WSN sensors increases the flexibility of mobile robot. In addition to this, a communication algorithm is designed with minimal overhead for transmitting process request and feed between the robot, WSN, user and server. The location aware module and the message passing algorithm make use of DVR algorithm to compute the distance between the mobile robot and WSN. A fault tolerant feedback control system is programmed to handle fault up to certain extent. The light weight location calibration and communication module is integrated into a current formation mobile robot with intruder detection system having the capability of capturing and transmitting live feed of the area under surveillance to the user’s mobile in real time.

Analysis of Anthropogenic Learning Behavior in Construction Field by Mimicking the Nature

Anas Islam; Aman Sharma; Rishabh Chaturvedi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 719-724

The current society’s communication systems are usually depended on giving more priority for human – designed systems that only focus safety but not the health aspects. This anthropogenic learning behavior creates problems which have to be deliberation for present and is a severe threat to kindness. Many environmental professionals, who understood the impact of such system on the environment, are trying to solve these from nature as an alternative approach. This results in changing the aspect of approaching nature from enjoying nature to learning from nature. For past two decades, many new innovative methods were put forward to protect the humanity by providing sustainable solutions for the conventional construction process by mimicking nature. Bio mimicry engineering in architecture and civil engineering industry is an innovative and creative method, inspired by nature to solve various engineering and environment related issues like reduction in energy consumption, saving energy and cost, and finally all together leads to the reduction of environmental impact. This study gives possible concepts to solve the problems faced in construction field by mimicking the nature as an alternative solution.

Enhancing and Exhausting Conventional Power Module Development using Magnetic Levitation

Rajat Yadav; Rishabh Chaturvedi; Vikas Kumar Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 691-699

The main objective of this project is to assemble the vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) to create power by utilizing wind energy. This kind of vertical axis wind turbine will produce power without utilizing generator or alternator, But by the utilization of attractive levitation idea. This wind turbine is intended to sustain all the services by storm and to keep the wings of the turbine rotating even though there is low wind force. This type of VAWT has three wings that are fond of to the rotating shaft. The wings are intended that recognizes the wind which comes from any directions. This project contains design and prototype of VAWT.

An analytical study of mechanical power transmitting by utilizing CATIA and ANSYS techniques

Aman Sharma; Rishabh Chaturvedi; Rajat Yadav

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 746-756

This paper involves the fundamentals of chain drive modeling through reverse engineering approach. In this examination chain drive is broke down utilizing finite element analysis for wellbeing and dependability. A cad model of chain drive is designed in CATIA V5 part module. Pre-processing and post- processing operations are done in ANSYS workbench.
In this project, we applied material properties of AISI 1050 steel, EN 8 steel, EN 32 steel, EN 19 steel and C45 steel at different vehicle speeds (40,60 and 80 km/hr) values for Von-Missies, total deformation, equivalent strains and stresses has been compared

Impact and analysis of Axial Vane Installed in Lift of Coanda UAV

Aman Sharma; Rajat Yadav; Rishabh Chaturvedi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 708-718

In this study, the effect of rotating vanes, installed on the body of the Coanda UAV is investigated both experimentally and numerically, with the aim of improving its aerodynamics performance. By constructing and testing two models of Coanda UAVs with and without axial vanes, for measuring the lift and dynamic pressure distribution on the body, 16% increase in lift is observed. In addition, a finite volume solver is utilized to investigate the flow over Coanda UAVs with and without rotating vanes. Numerical results show that the installed axial vanes on the Coanda UAV leads to increasing lift about 21%. The numerical results are in good agreement with the experiments. Overall, the results show that mounting axial vanes on the body of Coanda UAV increase lift. The consequences of installing an axial vane at the separation point of the fuselage surface on the overall lift of the Coanda UAV are discussed

Influence on Ti-AIN Nano-coated drill bit on machinery parameters and quality of hole in dry drilling of CFRP

Rishabh Chaturvedi; Aman Sharma; Pradeep Kumar Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 664-674

Many of the researchers attained concentration on CFRP (Carbon fiber reinforced polymers) and identified as maximum material for the implementing in the domains of engineering in former past years unsettled for their maximum robustness for less ratio weight, resistance of corrosion & resilience. However, process of machining is seen as the great challenge due to their high strength & high hardness. The selection of cutting tool is another aspect. The present contribution of experimental work deals with the impact of machining aspects on CFRP plates prepared by Hand lay-up procedure. Here, the simulation study has been conducted on a CNC Drilling machine by considering Speed, Feed and type of Cutting tool as parameters. A High-Speed Steel (HSS) Drill bit of size 12mm is used to drill the hole without coating and with titanium-aluminum-nitride (TiAlN) Nano coating. The drilling operation further enhanced once again by double coating of HSS tool with titanium-aluminum-nitride to describe the hole quality. The drilling operation is performed on six different thicknesses of CFRP plates to observe the quality of the hole at entry and exit. When the double coated HSS tool introduced it is observed that the quality of hole at entry and exist is same and without push-out delamination (POD). The observations are optimized by using Design of experiments (DOE). Finally, the outcomes exhibit the optimal drill hole quality surface on the CFRP metal through using double coating of titanium-aluminum-nitride on HSS drill bit is explained by using Taguchi Analysis for six different thickness.

Anticipated Investigation of a Cylindrical Robot ARM by Means of Compound Materials

Rishabh Chaturvedi; Anas Islam; Kamal Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 736-745

In this manuscript, by utilizing CAD (CATIA), 3 diverse arms of robot have been made. Here, there might be robot arm in divergent shapes like hexagonal, rectangular arm robot models & they are broke down with constant limit conditions with 3 distinct materials (AISI-1050 steel, carbon fiber, kevlar29). Static examination, modular examination& exhaustion examination has been performed. From these investigations, distortions, recurrence esteems, stress life of part & wellbeing factors were watched for all models. From every one of these outcomes here we will close which material has less distortion & which material has fewer measures of pressure esteems. From every one of these outcomes we might attain a thought that robot use for various conditions such as minimum weight / minimum pressure creating robots. Examination of the created structure with the first plan of metallic one is finished. It is seen that there is a noteworthy increment of firmness of the robot arm while diminishing its mass & latency to accomplish an extremely high explicit solidness, explicit quality & incredible powerful execution which will bring about great efficiency according to our necessity which is the ideal point of this task.