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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

The department of Aeronautical Engineering was started in the academic year 2011-12 with an authorized intake of 60 students per annum. At present there are about 240 students, not only from all over India...

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VISION, MISSION, OBJECTIVE & OUTCOMES

To develop technically competent Aeronautical Engineers of the highest academic standards to meet the national and global requirements of industry and society Mission To impart...

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PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Students of the 6th Semester, Niraj Panthi, Ebin Baby, have successfully completed an Innovation and Entrepreneur Development Cell (IEDC), NMIT, sponsored project titled, "Foot Step Energy Harvester"...

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Workshop & Training

Gate Aerospace 2019 crash course

For students who wish to pursue higher studies in prestigious institutes, the First Gate Aerospace 2019 crash course was organized by the AERONAUTICAL dept at in NMIT.

   
Faculty of GOODWILL GATE2IIT at crash course  

Technical talk on the topic “ Importance of Flight Dynamics in Aircraft Design”

Technical talk on the topic “Importance of Flight Dynamics in Aircraft Design” by Dr. Achintya Krishna Sarkar, Scientist-G, Technology Director, Directorate of Systems, DRDL, Hyderabad on 9th November,2018.

   
 
Dr. Achintya Krishna Sarkar addressing Aeronautical students  
Flight Training Program at IIT-Kanpur

10 day residential course on “Introduction to Experiments in Flight” is a flying experience and opportunity to observe routines involved in various phases of flight, eg., take-off, climbing, landing, turning, etc. Thirty students along with three faculty member of Aeronautical Engineering attended this course which was conducted in the month of October from 22nd to 31st. During the course the concepts like, modelling the atmosphere, Aerodynamic Forces and moments, aircraft instruments, static and dynamic equilibrium were taught and experiments on weight and centre of gravity, calibration of control surface, drag polar and neutral point were conducted. The manoeuvres like Dutch roll and Phugoid were also experienced in addition with basic flight envelope, yawing and banking.

   
 
Team of aeronautical students at IIT-K  
“AEROVISION” on “Recent Trends in Aeronautical Engineering”

“AEROVISION” on “Recent Trends in Aeronautical Engineering” under the aegis of FALCON from 27th September to 03rd October 2018

As a chief guest Dr. K Ramachandra Director, NDRF Bengaluru inaugurated the ceremony followed by a technical talk on “Near terms in aero engine system and technology”.

   
 
Inaugural ceremony of AEROVISION  
   
 
Glimpse of valedictory ceremony  
   
 
   
   
 
   
A collaboration program with association of Sapienza University

A collaboration program with association of Sapienza University, Rome, Italy was organized on 25th August, 2018. Professor Fabio Santoni gave an elaborate talk about the space application, Micro propulsion systems and use of MEMS based system. He initiated the activities to take part at student internship program and project in Sapienza University. Also, Dr. Daniel Hahn from Archann University, Germany delivered a lecture on Robotics and its application. The program was initiated by Mr. K Gunjal of VSTP and Mr. Arun Naidu from Lacuna.

   
 
Students with foreign delegates  
   
 
Dr. Fabio addressing the gathering  
Technical Placement Training 2018

"Aeronautical Engineering - Technical Placement Training 2018" organized by DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING FOR AY (2018-19) for 7th semester students on the dates from 03/08/2018 to 14/08/2018

The sessions included topics such as FEM, hypermesh tools and PLCM. The resource persons were people from firms such as Rolls Royce, Honeywell, etc

Inauguration of “ Aeronautical Society of India- Student Chapter” and a Guest Lecture on “ Indian Space Research Program”
   
 
Guest for the event: Mr. R Arunagiri, Mr. R Arunachalam, Mr. V Balakrishnan , Dr. S. Venkateswaran(from left)  
   
 
Inauguration By Mr. V Balakrishnan , VC of AeSI, Bangalore; Dr. S Venkateswaran, HOD Aero Dept; Mr. R Arunachalam , Scientist(Retd.), ISRO Satellite Center, Bangalore.  

The lecture was about ISRO Satellite Center, PSLV’s , GSLV’s, ASLV’s and remote sensing techniques. He also explained about multistaging of rockets and the use of boosters with different propulsion techniques.

"Basic Design of Landing Gear " Workshop for 5th and 7th semester Aeronautical Engineering students held at NMIT on Sept 01st to 03rd, 2017 by ATOM MECH

Inauguration By Dr. H.C.Nagaraj, Principal NMIT; Dr. S.Venkateswaran, HOD Aero Dept; Mr. Nagendra. B.G , Managing Director M/s ATOM MECH, Bangalore.

About the Workshop By Vinayaka. N, Assistant Professor , Aeronautical Engineering Department and Workshop Co-ordinator.

 

The topic covered under the workshop were: Importance and types of Landing gear, load transfer path in Aeroplane, Landing Gear Design Load cases, DFMEA and DVP of Landing gear, Structural and Vibrational Design of Landing gear, Fatigue Analysis of Landing gear, Prototyping of Landing gear and testing of landing gear for Static and Impact loads.



 

Students working in team to perform structural design theoretical calculations:

 

Software Simulations and Prototype testing were performed:


The Department of Aeronautical engineering regularly organizes lectures to enrich and promote the knowledge of the students. Recent lectures organized for students of the 4th, 6th and 8th semesters are given below.

Sl No

Date

Speaker

Topic

1 19th to 23rd sept. Eminent speakers from academia and industry Topical Transcend in Aerospace Technologies
2 26th Feb 2016, Friday Mr. Roland Lancelet, Director, Roland & Associates Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore Employability & Skill expectations of the industry
3 24th Feb 2016, Wednesday Prof. A Raghunandan, Alumni of IISc Bangalore Applications of thermodynamics for unifying approach
4 23rd Feb 2016, Tuesday Mr. Parimal Priyadarshi, Brainstrorming Labs LLP Bangalore. Bridging gap between Academia and the industry
5 19th Feb 2016, Friday Mr. Ravi Kumar, Trinity NDT Bangalore Non Destructive testing
AERO MODELLING - 2 Day Workshop (25-26 Feb 2017)

Aeronautical Engineering Department organising the inter college AERO MODELLING Workshop on 25 & 26 Feb 2017.

 

Topical Transcend in Aerospace Technologies - 5 Day Workshop (Sept 2016)

This workshop imparted knowledge on diverse topics of interest such as propulsion, aircraft material, stabilitily and control techniques. Dr. V. Ganesan professor emeritus department of Mechanical Engineering IIT Madras was the chief guest

National Workshop on Topical Transcend in Aerospace Technologies was conducted for 5 days from 19-09-2016 to 23-09-2016.

The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. V. Ganesan, professor Emeritus Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT, Madras, Dr. S. Venkateswaran Prof. & head of Aeronautical Department, and Mr. Rohit Punja, Administrator, NMIT. Dr. S. Venkateswaran while addressing, emphasised the importance of providing a platform for imparting specific knowledge and hands on experience in the areas of propulsion, aerodynamics, Matlab and Simulink, structures, aircraft materials, computational fluid dynamics techniques. The chief guest Dr. V. Ganesan, delivered the keynote address and he opined that students in aerospace engineering and allied disciplines should evolve their interest in applied research, particularly in propulsion, gas turbine technology and combustion thermodynamics. Mr. Rohit Punja, delivered the presidential address. He encouraged the students to attend such workshops frequently to update their knowledge in the aerospace domain, to meet the current requirement.

   
 

Mr.RohitPunja Administrator NMIT-Bangalore felicitating chief guest Dr.V.Ganesan Professor, Emeritus, Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT, Madras.

 
   
 

Chief Guest with HOD, faculty and coordinators

 
   

Session 01- Research Methodology:

 
 

Dr. V. Ganesan lectures on the importance of Research Methodology

 
   

Session 02 - Numerical Analysis in Gas Turbines

 
 

An interaction session on Numerical Analysis of gas turbine Engines

 
   

Session 03- Overview of Propulsion and Gas Turbine Technology

 
 

A lecture on Propulsion and Gas Turbine Technology by Dr. V Ganesan

 
   

Day 02 (20/09/2016)

 

Session 01: Wind Tunnel Measurements & Advanced flow Diagnostics

 
 

Dr. Parag Deshpande Ph.D (IIT-B), Senior Scientist, CSIR NAL explaining the merits and de-merits of Wind tunnel and CFD

 
   

 

Session 02 - Overview of Computational Fluid Dynamics

 
 

Interactive session on CFD

 
   

Day 03 (21/09/2016)

 

Session 01- cloud computing

 
 

Mrs. Divya Mohan IT- Professional receiving the memento

 
   

Session 02 – Generic Algorithm for CFD Simulations

 
 

Dr. G S V L Narasimham talks on the concept of Diffusion problems

 
   

Session 03 – Advance CFD analysis on various real time problems

 
 

Dr.Rajan , Professor, IISc, Bangalore interacting with the faculty

 
   

Day 04 (22/09/2016)

 

Session 01&02: Aerospace CAE tools and its applications

 
 

Hands on session in CAE tool- NASTRAN-FEMAP software by RIM India Pvt-Bangalore

 
   

Session 3- Basics of Control Engineering using MAT LAB and Simulink for aircraft guidance and control

 
 

A lecture on MAT-LAB and simulations by Dr. C. V. Chandrasekhar from PESITBangalore

 
   

Session 03 - Hybrid Aircrafts

 
 

Dr. R.S.Kulkarni from RVCE-Bangalore, explaining hybrid planes

 
   

Day 04 (23/09/2016)

 

Session 01- Introduction to Helicopters Aerodynamics

 
 

Dr. P.B.Shetty, wing commander (retired) Prof, NMIT-Bangalore interacting with students on Helicopter Dynamics

 
   

Session 02:Computational Fluid dynamics – Algorithms and Applications

 
 

Dr. Prakash Kulkarni-IISc Bangalore, interacting with faculty on CFD and algorithm concepts

 
   

Session 03- Design and Analysis of composites

 
 

Mr. Guruprasad N. S. from Saffron Technologies Bangalore, presenting the uses of composite materials in industries

 
Aero Modeling Workshop

A 5-day workshop on aeromodeling was conducted for students by the AeroTrix company. The students were trained in modeling, fabrication and flying of Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs). At the end of the workshop, there was a competition for the students. Certificates were distributed to the winners.

   
 
AeroTrix Aero-Modeling Workshop  
   
 
AeroTrix Aero-Modeling Workshop  
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