Engineering projects involve creative problem solving of real world problems. The aims, objectives, education, technology and real world all became practical today. So, JEC focuses on meaningful education and prepares students to think beyond a degree. Students learn how to work with other group members and present the progress to their peers and faculties. Engineering projects offer students with a platform to apply engineering to the real world, discover the joy of working in a team and extend the experience to new domains. They are eager to try, experiment and learn from their failures. Excellent projects are completed by students in previous academic sessions.
Automatic Pneumatic Drilling Machine
By: Subhash Lamba, Santosh Mahatu, Pradeep Kumar Das, Manjeet Kumar Sen
In this project drilling machine uses pneumatic power instead of motor power. The drilling operation is carried out with the help of pneumatic cylinder which provides the up down motion to the drill tool. This project is very useful in industries in order to save time and manpower. Time control unit is used to control the drilling operation. It's a low cost multipurpose machine which can also carry out operations like grinding, screw driving with less consumption of time and high accuracy.
By: Himanshu, Ashish Deo, Bhuvan Rohtagi, Jitesh Singhal
The project is aimed at providing remedies to various medical conditions, taking as input the symptoms and the present condition of the patient. It simply compares the present condition of the patient to the standard set of the symptoms of the disease and suggests a remedy to the disease. It aims at providing a complete information portal of the patient's present condition, medical history, hereditary disease (if any) etc. to the doctor and doctor's information of present post, past experiences, specialization etc. to the patient. Also an administrator is there to govern the working of the software.
Generation of Electricity by Garden Gate
By: Ashish Bhardwaj, Mohsin Khan, Rajkumar Jha, Rohan Bhati
A rotating wheel is employed at the top of the wooden cardboard with the help of supporting dynamo board. This wheel is connected with a dynamo whose output is connected to a caIn day time, when lamps are not in use we can charge the battery and power can be produced by rotating the wheel in any direction. This technique can be used in many places like parks, roads, children swings, etc. IIT-D, Sahara Hotel, Dubai, is currently using this technique.
Fully Automated Mobile Beverage Serving Unit
By: Mohd. Talib, Dharma Ram, Asif Mohd Sheikh, Gaurav Kumar, Upadhyay Aman
Solar energy can be used to power a system to accomplish its objectives. We utilize solar energy to provide a service for persons far from traditional power sources. We designed and constructed a mobile unit to serve hot or cold water on command from an app. The mobile unit will be powered by a battery which is charged by a sun tracking solar panel charging station. The sun tracking system focuses the solar panel to be perpendicular to the sun rays to maximize the absorbed energy.
Brass Casing Collector
By: Simran Grover, Chaitali Jaiswal, Mahesh Kumar Dubey, Shivam Kumar Singh
Practice and training of defense units requires firing of millions of rounds of ammunition from hand-carried weapons which results in extensive empty shells and casings scattered about firing ranges and training areas. Moreover, it is important to consider the terrains on which the training areas are located. Our design allows for a fully automated system that collects casings of various calibers efficiently on different terrains.
Fully Automated Lawn Mowing System
By: Deepak, Sourav, Harshit, Kalpana
Design a fully automated lawn care system which can control the direction and speed of the mower remotely and autonomously. The system should have extended functionality including mowing, seeding, aerating, and fertilizing. The system should optimize the lawn care process by minimizing distance traveled, time, and energy usage. All functions should be available for control and scheduling via a user-friendly mobile interface.
Fully Automated Multi-layer Cupcake Production
By: Vivek, Kashish, Pllavi, Ratnakar
Design and construct a fully automated and flexible cupcake machine capable of receiving orders from customers and delivering desired cupcakes on time. It is capable of baking, applying layers of batter, adding other items to get baked inside the cupcake, and ice as requested by the user.
Cleaning Parks Using UAS
By: Deepak Sharma, Ahatshyam, Sunil Shukla, Nikhil Jain, Yamini Kachwaha
UAS has been widely used for surveillance and inspection. There is a potential to use UAS to accomplish labor intensive tasks. One example is to clean beaches. There is often litter left on parks which is difficult to clean up, particular in areas that are hard to reach. Beverage bottles and cans remain the most common items found on parks. Design and construct a UAS-based system to identify and collect the bottles and cans.
Robotics with Dexterous Gripper for Fruit Inspection and Packing
By: Ravi Ranjan, Gaurav Kumar, Aman Upadhyay, Rashmi, Satya Narayan
Many people order fruit baskets online during the holidays. In order to satisfy the huge demand, we have designed and constructed a robotic system for automated fruit basket production. This system is able to pick the right fruit to a basket and deliver at the correct time based on a customer's order. Image processing is utilized in order for the system to differentiate good fruit from bad. The system has a user-friendly interface that allows the customer to choose from a variety of baskets.
Follow Me Oxygen Tank System
By: Binay Gupta, F A Khan, Shakir, Anushka D Jha
Design and construct a low cost, fully automated oxygen tank cart that follows the person who requires continuous use of oxygen. The system needs to provide up-to-date information about the layout of the person’s movement, current oxygen flow rate, alerts the medical person in charge of the unusual status, and recommends the time of tank replacement. The tank system should be able to climb steps when needed.
Robot and Mobile Traffic Stop Light
By: Shahrukh, Aman Upadhyay, Mahesh Dubey, Chaitali, Swapnil Kewaliya
Design a robot and mobile traffic stop light so law enforcement personnel do not need to serve as traffic cops at churches on Sundays. There are churches with large attendance that need law enforcement on the street to control traffic into and out of parking lots onto public streets. Mobile units could also be used when electric power is lost at an intersection. The township or city will drop robots with mobile traffic stop lights to set them up for specific durations. Once service is complete, the robot disassembles the light for transportation.
Alternatively, adult crossing guards are used to control traffic at intersections close to schools. An extension of this project would be to design and build robot guards that recognize the presence of students awaiting crossing and controls traffic so students can cross safely.
Amazon Picking Challenge
By: Rashmi Upadhyay, Yamini, Kashish Kumari, Aditya, Navneet
Amazon is able to quickly package and ship millions of items to customers from a network of fulfillment centers all over the globe. It has numerous automated warehouses that are successful in removing most of the tedious tasks such as walking and locating items. However, commercially viable automated picking in unstructured environments still remains a difficult challenge. The objective is to design and construct a fully automated order retrieval system that is able to pick and retrieve items from shelves and place them into a container. This will help minimize labor cost, retrieval time and errors. The challenge combines object recognition, pose recognition, grasp planning, compliant manipulation, motion planning, task planning, task execution, and error detection and recovery. The system will be scored by the number of items picked in a fixed amount of time.
3D Printer for Fabricating Fiber-Reinforced Materials
Priya Sharma, Harshit, Abhishek Sharma, Parth Sarthi, Vishnu Verma, Manish Saxena
3D printing technology has been considered the next generation of manufacturing technology. Composite materials with short fibers have been used in 3D printing. Fabrication with continuous fiber reinforced material is still challenging. We have already developed a 3D printer, which can print materials with continuous fibers. However, the geometry of the printed objects is limited. Design and construct a 3D printer for fabricating fiber-reinforced materials for arbitrary geometry.