“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember.

I do and I understand”

As stated by Confucius, at Skill-Lync, we believe in Project Based Learning. Our students learn by doing. That is, our students learn by working on multiple projects during the course. This is how we differentiate ourselves from others. Evidently, there are 2 main advantages to this approach.

  1. Students tend to learn quickly and understand the concepts very well when working on projects.
  2. This gives our students an edge over others while presenting themselves for an interview. They can show these projects to their interviewer and explain how they are well-versed in the particular domain.

Here are some of the brilliant projects our students have done.

 

Effect of Mesh Grading Factor in a Backward Step Flow

By Raj Dave

This project is a part of the Introduction to CFD using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework.

There are two core objectives of the project.

  1. To create a backward step geometry by editing the blockMeshDict file.
  2. To study the effect of mesh grading on the velocity magnitude plot at a particular location.

You can read more about the project here.\

 

Numerical Solution of Quasi 1D Nozzle Flows – McCormack’s Technique

by Rohan Shah

This project is created as a part of Introduction to CFD using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework.

In this project, Rohan has employed McCormack’s Technique to simulate 1D Nozzle flow by solving a system of governing equations.

You can read more about the project here.

 

Pipe Flow Simulation

By Pritesh Lunkad

This project is a part of MATLAB, Python & SolidWorks CFD For Mechanical Engineering Applications

The objective of this project is to find the respective flow velocities for different Reynold’s Number & simulate the flows for the different velocities using SolidWorks CFD.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Hood Design

By Ugandhar

This project is a part of Automotive Sheet Metal Design Using NX-CAD Coursework.

In this project, the hood (Bonnet) of an actual car is designed using NX-CAD with the given information of Outer & Inner Panel Thickness.

You can read more about this project here.

 

OpenFOAM Simulation of Flow through a Backward Facing Step

By Jishnu Handique

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This project is a part of Introduction to CFD using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework

The goal of this project is to simulate the flow when it passes a backward facing step.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Internal Geneva Mechanism

By Akshay Saxena

This project is a part of Virtual Product Development Program

The objective of this project is to create Driver & Driven Wheels & simulate Internal Geneva Mechanism at velocities between 10 RPM & 20 RPM and finally plot angular displacement & contact forces.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Simulation of Air Flow Over Airfoil

By Harsh Sojitra

This project is a part of MATLAB, Python & SolidWorks CFD For Mechanical Engineering Applications

The objective of this project is to simulate Flow Over NACA Airfoil at various angles of attack.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Iterative Solution of a System of Linear Equations & Analysis of Spectral Radius of a Matrix

By Priyotosh Bairagya

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This Project is a part of Introduction to CFD Using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework.

The objective of this project is to analyze various iterative methods such as Gauss-Seidel, Gauss Jacobi & Successive Over-Relaxation Methods in solving the system of linear equations to find the Eigen Values & Spectral Radius.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Flow Analysis of a Centrifugal Pump

By Amey Pawade

This project is a part of MATLAB, Python & SolidWorks CFD For Mechanical Engineering Applications

In this project, a 3D model of a Centrifugal Pump is designed & Flow Simulation is performed on the Centrifugal Pump.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Global Maxima of Stalagmite Function

By Harish Arroju

Bound Inputs where the inputs are restricted and are not allowed

This project is a part of Introduction to CFD Using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework.

The objective of this project is to find Global Maxima & Minima of a Stalagmite Function.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Numerical Investigation of Biogas Fuelled HCCI Engine

By Adhavan Kadhiravan

This project is a part of the Combustion CFD Specialist Program

In this project, Adhavan has numerically analyzed the effects of Biogas Composition, Equivalence Ratio and Intake Charge Temperature on Combustion Phasing, Combustion Stability and Emissions Characteristics for a Biogas-Fuelled Homogeneous Charge Compression ignition (HCCI) engine

You can read more about this project here.

 

Flow Past a Cylinder for different Reynold’s Number

By Jishnu Handique

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This project is a part of Introduction to CFD using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework

This project simulates the flow past a cylinder both in radial & transverse position.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Hood Design

By Rajesh Deva

This project is a part of Automotive Sheet Metal Design Using NX-CAD Coursework

In this project, Rajesh has done a wonderful job of designing a Hood completely according to the industrial requirements.

You can read more about this project here.

 

2D Steady & Unsteady Heat Conduction

By Sunag

This project is a part of Introduction to CFD using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework

The objective of this project is to simulate 2D Heat Conduction in a plate with the heat source at two edges under both steady and unsteady state.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Fender Design

By Rajesh Deva

This project is a part of Automotive Sheet Metal Design Using NX-CAD Coursework

The objective of this project is to design a Fender completely from scratch according to the industry standards. Fender is the part in the automobile that frames the wheel protecting it from sand, mud, and rocks.

You can read more about this project here.

 

Comparison Between Symmetric & Axi-Symmetric Boundary Condition For Simulation of Flow through Pipe

By Jishnu Handique

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This project is a part of Introduction to CFD using MATLAB & OpenFOAM Coursework

This project compares the results of two scenarios: Simulation of Flow through pipe under Symmetric Conditions & Axi-Symmetric Conditions.

You can read more about this project here.


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