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Autodesk Design Gallery Exhibits that you can see at AU India 2019

 


 

Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering

 

QUADCOPTER CHASSIS

Students from DSCE have illustrated innovative ways that the designers can apply Generative Design technology in their design of Quadcopter Chassis, an approach to solve for optimizing engineering problems and to maintain product strength while reducing weight, improving performance and ultimately rapid prototyping.

This project represents the use of Generative Design tool to come up with a new design for the Quadcopter Chassis. The chassis has to be significantly lighter than the conventional versions yet strong enough to sustain flight conditions. It also has to meet strict parameters for weight, stress and deformation in different load cases and in the time of crash. They developed three chassis apart from the conventionally designed model which proves to be least weight, more strength and aesthetically appealing respectively, while being no less efficient at performance with respect to the generic model and even better.

This project represents generative design technology and topological optimization by looking into what it is, how it works, how it’s being used and why it’s changing the way we design the next generation of things.

Generative Designed chassis is 65%Lighter.

  1. Initial characteristics –
    • Material – ABS plastic
    • Weight – 424g
    • Max. Von Mises stress– 2.033MPa
    • Max. displacement – 0.3248mm
  2. Final characteristics –
    • Material – ABS plastic
    • Weight – 180.5g
    • Max. Von Mises stress– 3.063MPa
    • Max. displacement – 0.2157mm

 

Dayananda Sagar university

 

ROVERBOT

team of Mechanical and Electronics students from Dayananda Sagar Institutions(DSI) have come together to integrate virtual reality with robotics to enable users to see and communicate at a place remote from where they presently are. The students are making use of a robot with a camera mounted on it along with the virtual reality experience.

For the initial chassis design the electronic students have used U-PVC pipes to build the chassis frame of the Rover-bot. However, the importance of design plays a major role in implementation of a product specific to the application. When both Mechanical and Electronic students collaborated on the same platform with a mutual understanding, the mechanical students figured out that they can work on the Chassis Design and provide electronics students a clear frame to properly organize their electronic components mounting and conceal the wiring. With this perfect blend, they could come up with a wonderful design and implementation of this application with the use of Autodesk Fusion 360 Generative Design.

The outcome of Generative Design was very exciting for both the teams especially, the electronics students, when they saw the design transformation.

Before GD:

  • Material used for Chassis : U-PVC pipes
  • Weight of the Chassis: 6.7 kg

After GD:

  • Material used for Chassis : Nylon
  • Weight of the Chassis : 775 grams

 

Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering

 

GO-KARTING

Parsec racing is a Motorsports team comprising of students from Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering who build the complete Go-Karting Desing in Autodesk Fusion 360. All the componenets were completely designed and assembled in Fusion 360 and compete in various events with their combustion engine go karts.

Achievements-

  • Overall 18th position in Indian Karting Championship held at Mohite racing academy, Kolhapur
  • Ranked AIR 1 for design presentation in Bharath Formula Karting Championship
  • Overall 16th position in Bharath Formula Karting Championship held at Kari motor speedway, Coimbatore

 

Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur

 

CLUBFOOT

Project Description: Clubfoot is the real life solution for the people who are affected by polio. MNIT students are designing Clubfoot to give 90% solution for the complete ankle movement.


 

Indian School of Design & Innovation

 

BAMBOO BICYCLE

Project Description: To design, develop and fabricate a bicycle that is recyclable, quick to fabricate and highly repeatable. As part of an earlier course, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, the students were looking at the various possibilities with Bamboo. Although not displayed here, but the students and I came up with a unique solution to standardize Bamboo and it's dimensions so that it can be used for engineering and design purposes.


 

Indian School of Design & Innovation

 

eNSULin Portable cooler

It is essential for diabetics to store thier insulin between 2-8oC to ensurethat it stays effective. nSUL1n is an IOT based smart portable cooler that stores insulin between 2-80C.


 

FORMULA STUDENT CAR (Team Royalz Racing )

Army Institute of Technology, Pune

 

FORMULA STUDENT CAR (Team Royalz Racing )

It is essential for diabetics to store thier insulin between 2-8oC to ensurethat it stays effective. nSUL1n is an IOT based smart portable cooler that stores insulin between 2-80C.

Formula student car is a open wheel open cockpit car that is designed with high precision and accuracy for track racing. They are hyperforming cars. 65% Lighter & 20% Stronger Knuckle.

knuckle is a component that holds the complete load of a vehicle. It actually connects the control arm and the hub of a vehicle and critical components of racing vehicle.

  • 3 axis milling Manufacturing method
  • Generative design for Knuckle optimization 65% Lighter with material Aluminum 7075
  • Original 4 Kg Generative Design 1.4 Kg

 

GENERATIVE DESIGN FOR HYDRAULIC FIXTURE OPTIMIZATION FOR SPM

Sharad Institute of Technology College of Engineering, Ichalkaranji (Kolhapur)

 

GENERATIVE DESIGN FOR HYDRAULIC FIXTURE OPTIMIZATION FOR SPM

This project focuses on a new methodology for Special purpose machines which are designed and manufactured for specific jobs. Such machines are finding increasing use in industries, the techniques for designing such machine would obviously be quite different from those used for mass production machine. On conventional machines the time required to complete one job is more. Also on conventional machines it is required to load and unload the job for two or more times. Because of which productivity decreases, and results in financial losses. To overcome this problem it is required to design a special purpose machine to carry out all the operations at a time to reduce machining time as well as loading and unloading time. Overall this reduces cycle time for each job. As well as ,we have used Autodesk Fusion 360 Generative design Workspace and optimize the fixture Manufacturer Auto Components and Machine Tool Assembly (Cygnet International ) worked with Sharad Institute of Technology College of Engineering, Ichalkaranji (Kolhapur) 88% Lighter & 20% Stronger SPM Fixture

  • Design Development SPM for Shaft (SK2664 ) using Fusion 360
  • Productivity Improvement using Combined SPM for wheel cylinder-Honed PartProductivity Improvement using Combined SPM for wheel cylinder-Honed Part
  • Generative design for Hydraulic Fixture optimization 88% Lighter material Aluminum
  • Consolidated 3 components into 1 part
  • Original 4 Kg Generative 0.48 Kg

 

ACTIVE ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSIS

College Engineering Pune

 

ACTIVE ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSIS

Team statrted Journey at the Armed Forces Medical College Pune (AFMC) where they learned requirements for orthosis patients. A need for the development in the Ankle Section was identified, to solve the Problem of FOOT DROP. With Present Mechanism not being able to deliver. They studied the various movements of the ankle joint, the gait cyle under the guidance of Doctor. Medical Device printed using Prusa-MK2S followed electronics incorporation adn assemlbly of every part to forum with high performance sensors, accurate gaint cycles achieved with close to normal rehabilitation.


 

ACTIVE ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSIS

Army Institute of Technology, Pune

 

MEDCOPTER

MEDCOPTER is a six motor powered drone equipped with 2 high resolution HD cameras, onboard electric supply and some basic medical equipment, which can be useful to save someone's life until the ambulance reaches the destination. MEDCOPTER is equipped with the capability of running and flying, which gives it advantage over just a flying drone. Reaching to remote places in time, where flying of drone is usually not possible and medical resources take time to reach, can now be possible with MEDCOPTER. The tank design tire mechanism allows for 360 degree position viewing from the onboard camera, where the user can decide if a ground or air approach is the best for overcoming any obstacle.


 

KAWACH: Enhancing safety in Roadster Bicycle

School of Planning And Architecture, New Delhi

 

KAWACH: Enhancing safety in Roadster Bicycle

Kawach is a roadster bicycle which aims at reducing road accidents in urban areas. It enhances rider's safety by integrating light solutions for proper communication with other mobility modes. Kawach is equipped with safety features, like integrated headlight, indicator, and horn. To further reduce road mishaps, the cycle is finished with radium stickers for more visibility. The other features include integrated motion lights in pedal and mudguards. It also ensures electrical component safety against theft.


 

DIABETIC FOOT SCREENER

IIT Bombay

 

DIABETIC FOOT SCREENER

Most of the 60+ million diabetic patients in India may be unaware of the looming threat of foot ulcers leading to amputation. High glucose in blood can lead to neuropathy - damage of nerve cells and loss of sensation, especially on foot. Hidden injuries are not felt, do not heal, become ulcers, and if untreated lead to gangrene and require amputations - ranging from toe to entire leg. There are an estimated 2 lakh diabetic foot amputations in India every year, leading to disability and further aggravation of diabetic condition. This can be prevented by early screening for neuropathy. Current diagnostic methods include checking perception of touch, vibration and temperature stimuli applied to the foot sole of patients. These tests are subjective - relying on the experience of specialists - diabetologists and podiatrists and perceived response of patients and therefore inaccurate. For example, touch stimulus uses a monofilament, however, the rate of application of pressure can affect the results. Advanced tests like ABI and vascular screening remove the subjectivity, but are expensive and unavailable in most hospitals. The proposed smart diabetic foot screening device overcomes the above limitations. It integrates all three stimuli - touch, vibration and temperature in a single unit and automates the process, thereby making it easy to use by general practitioners and paramedics. The touch perception by monofilament is replaced by a more reliable tissue stiffness measurement unit.


 

NEW LCA CONCEPT USING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

FCA Engineering India Private Limited

 

NEW LCA CONCEPT USING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

Additive manufacturing is a fabrication technology that rapidly emerging in the manufacturing and automotive sectors due to its complex part generation. Additive manufacturing Creates lighter weight components, Eliminates traditional dies, molds, milling and machining. In this project new design generation carried out for LCA (Lower control arm) of automotive vehicle with additive manufacturing techniques using Autodesk fusion 360 generative design software. Multiple unique concepts generated for LCA component with light weight design by meeting the Functional requirements, which improved in fuel efficiency and cost saving. With this process, LCA concept is realized with 26 percentage of mass saving.


 

SMART EMERGENCY LANTERN XP-1

Providence Engineering College Chenganoor, Kerala

 

SMART EMERGENCY LANTERN XP-1

Smart Emergency Lantern XP-1 was developed to help flood affected people in Kerala. Flood victims were striving in darkness as there was no electricity supply for days. Student came up with an idea to use Fusion 360 and develop a multipurpose emergency lamp, which mainly consist of a 5W lamp and a 1W torch. It’s an IOT-based project and allows for every setting to be controlled by mobile phone or voice assistants, like Google Home and Alexa. It provides ample light intensity to brighten a hall and uses an omnidirectional light diffuser to provide light to all directions. It has a USB port that can be used to charge the phone and can be connected to 3W 2-inch speaker. One can also use it to listen to music through USB, AUX cable, or Bluetooth FM radio. The major advantage is that it has a solar charging panel and requires only 3-4 hours of sunlight to charge up.