Title of the Paper: Design and Production of Ceramic Composite Radome
Authors: J. S. Soni, Mohammed Bakhtiyar Uz Zaman, Rakshit Reddy, Mohd Imran, Mohammed Asim
Radomes (Radar Domes) act as electromagnetic window, consisting of domes or housings that shield electronic equipment from disruption and environmental impacts.. It is necessary that they should be structurally strong and have not undergone maximum deterioration in electromagnetic performance. Design of Radome depends on configuration and its composition. As application demands Radome shape and its materials are selected to satisfy the structural and environmental conditions. It is not easy to make an exact analysis for a structural design of a Radome because of its irregular design which is more difficult due to physical condition like Radome material and other factors, such as impact load. The analysis of Radome carried out on the basis of simple assumption or by rigorous methods, which is achieved by Finite Element Analysis. The outcome of any analysis should follow the structural tests.
Keywords: Electromagnetic Window, Housing, Irregular shape, Radome
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #1, pp. 1-7
Title of the Paper: Social Connectedness in the days of Social Distancing
Authors: Shaik Abdul Mazeed
The present worldwide health crisis (COVID-19) has upended familiar patterns of teaching and learning across higher education. Fortunately, we can fall back on well-established systems for online learning, despite the daunting hurdle this has posed for many faculty and students. No matter where we meet with our students, though, whether face to face or electronically, we should never forget that the most important aspect of teaching lies in the relationships we develop with our students. If higher education was simply about conveying facts and information, students could learn whatever they wanted to just by reading a book or a web page. It doesn’t work that way, though, does it? No, our students need us. They need our passion for our academic disciplines. They need our wisdom and insight. They need us to translate and interpret the information in those printed and electronic pages, blended with inspiration and excitement, so that they can comprehend and internalize the instruction we deliver. They need us to demonstrate and explain the skills, processes, and procedures of our academic fields and mentor them as they grow into the next generation of disciplinary practitioners. None of these things is possible without us. We matter far more than many of us realize. Furthermore, all of us feel anxious right now, as we move into an unknown future. Social distancing is the new normal, making it even more essential to strengthen our social connections.
Keywords: COVID-19, Health Crisis, Online Learning, Academics, Social Connections
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #2, pp. 8-13
Title of the Paper: Cold Swaging of Zirconium (ZR4) Rods: Force Analysis Using CATIA-V5 and Practical Force Measurement Methods
Authors: J. S. Soni, Dheeraj Joshi, K. Abdul Raheem, N. Harish Kumar Reddy, V. Sai Pavan Sharaj
Zirconium alloys are used in various components of a nuclear fuel due to its irradiation strength and very less neutron absorption, these are used for production of clad tubes, end caps, end plates, spacer pads and bearing pads which are used in nuclear fuel cladding which are further used in the Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) and Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR). The rods before going for production of end caps should undergo swaging in order to reduce the diameter from 24mm to 16 mm.
Swaging process includes the reduction of cross section of Zirconium rods with annealing process at regular intervals to relieve stresses, so the operation is performed in a number of passes. It is preferred for production of rods over the other cold working process such as wire drawing and pilgering due to its unique advantages over crack formation and line defects. The rod which is being swaged undergoes centrifugal force due to the roller action and hammers in radial direction so force analysis are done in CATIA V5 R19.
Apart from centrifugal action the rod undergoes various other forces which constitute to the production of rod by swaging, so in order to calculate the total load suitable practical measurements are suggested and one method is specified due to the constraint nature of the machine.
Keywords: Zirconium, Swaging, Drawing, Cold working
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #3, pp. 14-19
Title of the Paper: Rewards and Recognition Programmes and its Effectiveness among Employees at Trishul Enterprises–Hyderabad
Authors: Tiwari Kumar Gaurav, K. Vijaya Sekhar Reddy
Abstract:The following study is based on the Rewards and Recognition policies followed at Trishul Enterprises–Hyderabad. It includes a complete detailed analysis of the methods of Rewarding and Recognizing the employees at Trishul Enterprises and also the techniques and criteria followed for measuring the performance of the employees working in Trishul Enterprises. The study includes a basic idea and concept of Rewards and Recognition policies followed in the concerned Industry and also different types of Rewards and Recognition policies followed in the Industry. The study also focuses on the employees view and opinions when it comes to Rewarding and Recognition of employees in the organisation and also the most effective and most preferred type of Rewards and Recognition are analyzed and they study tries to find out the effectiveness of the Rewards and Recognition policies on the employees working in Trishul Enterprises or have previously worked with Trishul Enterprises. The study also focuses on deriving three objectives and conducting research activities and acquiring information related to the objectives and compared with the information acquired and followed by a detailed analysis. The analysis of the study is done with the help of tables and graphs and the data is then interpreted and results are derived to find out the effective Rewards and Recognition policies followed in Trishul Enterprises.
Keywords: Rewards and Recognition, Trishul Enterprises, Motivation and Reward System
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #4, pp. 20-28
Title of the Paper: Design of a Fixture that helps in Measuring the Center of Gravity of a Long Range Rocket Component
Authors: P. Vijay Madhu, M. D. Osman,V. Susendeep, D. Govind, Taraknath DE
Abstract:The main objective of this paper is to design a fixture which is rigid, simple and easy to use. The fixture should accurately support as well as locate the object on it. The aim of the fixture is to secure the object rigidly during the measurement and to have provision of accessories for loading the object to be tested. The object is supported at appropriate right location with automatic software compensation the right location of C.G can be calculated instead of positioning the object at appropriate location relative to the measuring instrument. Method used presently is useful when measuring the C.G of large and heavy objects which are difficult to handle
Keywords: Fixture, Center of Gravity (C.G), Rocket Component
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #5, pp. 29-38
Title of the Paper: Finite Element Analysis of Rocket Motor
Authors: T. Arun, G. Jagadeesh Reddy, U. Madhava Krishna, Umesh Kishore Sharma, J.S. Soni
Abstract:Rocket motors are used as propulsion devices for satellite launch vehicles and missiles. They need guidance and monitoring to fly along a predetermined trajectory and to compensate for flight disturbance. The solid motor contains solid propellant grain. A liner is used as adhesive bond between the propellant grain and the insulation which acts as a thermal protection layer which protects the motor case from combustion products. An igniter is used to ignite the grain. It also uses the nozzle which helps in providing the desired thrust. This paper presents the Finite Element Analysis and experimental validation. To complete the above difficult task, the working principle of different mechanisms for thrust vector control was addressed the critical issues in the design and development of large rocket motors. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) was used to examine the adequacy of the flex seal design by using ANSYS software. FEA results show the predominant stresses that are developed in the inner diameter of rocket motor casing utilizing ANSYS software package.
Keywords: Rocket motor, AutoCAD, FEA, ANSYS Software, Stress, Strains, Structural and Thermal analysis
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #6, pp. 39-49
Title of the Paper: Material Characterization of Hybrid Composites
Authors: J. S. Soni, A. Harish Kumar
Abstract:Composite materials are now a days having a lot of applications in real as they are having less weight & more strength. However, it lacks some properties because of the reinforcement used in preparation. Their competition of several different types of fiber into a single matrix has led to the development of hybrid Bio-composite. This project entitled “material characterization of hybrid composites’’ has shown the results of treated fiber have more ultimate tensile strength than un-treated fiber laminates.
Keywords: RGlass fibre, Jute fibre, Polyester fibre , Additive
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #7, pp. 50-54
Title of the Paper: A Study on Cultural Diversity in Work Place and Its Impact on Employee’s Behaviour in Laxmi Hyundai
Authors: Maddela Rekha, K. Vijaya Sekhar Reddy
Abstract:This study brings outs the behavioural aspect of the employees working in Hyundai Motors India Limited. The main objective of the study is to find the overall performance of the employees. Organizational culture has an impact on employee’s satisfaction. In terms of importance, culture at the workplace is the foundation of the binder of any organization, a power to which it is conscientiously and meticulously working towards employees, who carry it further. The set of norms, rules, both written and of symbolic character, beliefs, values affect the organizational entity as a whole, but also at the level of each member belonging to it. By its ubiquitous force, this dimension which characterizes, in general, any organizational structure influences-undoubtedly-the behaviour of its member. Organisational culture is a complex phenomenon and is formed in diversity of ways, it might initiate from the challenge and obstacles that organisation features, it may perhaps be an intentional creation of the management and employees working in the organisation culture. Culture of the organization is somewhat that can predominantly ground the performance of the employees in the workplace. The main purpose is to study the different types of cultures in an organisation and to study the relationship between organizational culture and organizational performance.
Keywords: Diversity, Workplace, Cultural mentoring, Organisation
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #8, pp. 55-60
Title of the Paper: A Study on Job Satisfaction in Ultratech Cement
Authors: Katkam Ravalika, K. Vijaya Sekhar Reddy
Abstract:Human resource is considered to be most valuable asset in any organization. It is the sum total of inherent abilities, acquired knowledge and skills represented by the talents and aptitudes of the employed persons who comprises of executives, supervisors and employees. It may be noted human resource should be utilized to the maximum possible scope in order in the direction of achieve individual and organizational goals. It is thus employee’s performance which ultimately decides the attainment of goals. Employee satisfaction however is largely influenced by motivation and satisfaction. The secondary goal of inventory proportionality is inventory minimization. Organization inventories are maintained to widen the latitude in planning and scheduling successive operations raw material inventory enables a firm to decouple its purchasing and production activities to some extent it provides flexibility in purchasing and production the solid know how to wait for an opportune buying moment without affecting its production schedule likewise the production schedule need not be influenced by immediate purchasing activity. By integrate accurate command forecasting by means of inventory management replenishment inventory can be scheduled to reach your destination immediately in time to replenish the product ordained to run out first while at the similar balancing time complementary out the account supply of all foodstuffs to construct their inventories supplementary proportional in adding to by this means closer to achieve the most important goal incorporate demand forecasting into register administration during this way also allow for the calculate of the can fit point come again? The inventory storage is incomplete on a per-product foundation.
Keywords: Motivation of Employees, Training and Development, Employee Satisfaction
IJECRT- International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology , ISSN (Online): 2456-9852, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2020, Art. #9, pp. 61-66