PROGRAM

As one of the oldest engineering fields, Mechanical Engineering has been an integral part for the advancement of science for betterment of quality of life. Putting its focal point on mechanical system, the field of Mechanical Engineering applies and combine the knowledge of manufacturing, energy, kinetics and dynamics, fluid, thermal engineering, etc to solve real problems. The research in the field of Mechanical Engineering is ever-growing throughout the globe. Therefore, International Symposium on Advances in Mechanical Engineering in The 16th International Conference on Quality in Research is organized to accommodate this rapid development. The conference will be a gathering platform for researchers, scientists, scholarss, industry representatives, postdoctoral fellows, and students around the world to share their knowledge and research expertise, to discuss in the area of Mechanical Engineering as well as to create a prospective collaboration and networking on various areas. International Symposium on Advances in Mechanical Engineering aims to generate new investigations and collaboration between all stakeholders in this field for future research and projects.

Topics

Topics will include all areas of Mechanical Engineering, namely:

  • Heat and Mass Transfer,
  • Classical,
  • Statistical and Reaction Thermodynamics,
  • Fuels,
  • Engines,
  • Exergy,
  • Boiler,
  • Furnace,
  • Gasification,
  • Bio-heat and mass transfer,
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Systems.
  • Conventional and Non-Conventional Machining,
  • Micro-Machining,
  • Hybrid Machining,
  • Micro-Manufacturing,
  • Additive Manufacturing,
  • Forming, Casting,
  • Joining etc.
  • Structural vibration,
  • Nonlinear vibration,
  • Structural acoustics,
  • Near field holography,
  • Beamforming,
  • Structural health monitoring,
  • Machinery condition monitoring,
  • Noise Control.
  • Force Measurement,
  • Force Prediction techniques in Impulse Facilities,
  • Calibration Techniques for Hypersonic Facilities.
  • Design, analysis of compressor and turbine blading
  • Heat transfer phenomena and film cooling design, analysis, and testing in turbines;
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) applied to turbomachinery,
  • boundary layer development,
  • measurement techniques,
  • Propeller dynamics,
  • Hydrostatic pump and Motor design analysis.
  • Potential Flow,
  • Venturimeter,
  • Flow Past Bodies,
  • Boundary Layer Flows,
  • Pipe Flows,
  • Turbulent Flows,
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics,
  • Microfluids and Nano fluidics,
  • Hydrodynamics.
  • Kinematics, dynamics, control and simulation of robotic systems,
  • Design of robotic mechanisms, Navigation and path planning for unmanned systems,
  • Actuation system (Pneumatic, Hydraulic) design and control,
  • Autonomous underwater vehicles.

date

Items Deadline
Full Paper Submission 2 February 2019
Notification of Acceptance 1 May 2019
Deadline for Early Bird Registration 1 June 2019
Deadline for Final Registration 22 June 2019
Confrence Date 22-24 July 2019

International advisory board

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Prof. Samuel Kinde Kassegne, Ph.D, PE , San Diego State University

Jerome Charmet

Dr Jerome Charmet , University of Warwick