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Department of Automobile Engineering (FET)

About Automobile Department

The Department of Automobile Engineering was established in 2009. The Faculty members of the Department have been actively involved in Research and Development activities in the field of alternative fuels, heat transfer, new engine development, vibration analysis in vehicles etc. They had published their work in renowned National and International Journals, conferences and also filed patents in their area of research. The department has well developed laboratory facilities. The students are exposed to various relevant topics like design of automobile components (both manual and computer aided), types of fuels used in automobiles with their property analysis, different types of energy losses in the vehicle, latest technology and standards used in engine design and manufacturing, air conditioning in the automobiles, dynamics of motor vehicles, vibration analysis, vehicle maintenance and auto electrical and electronics. Software such as ProE, MATLAB and ANSYS are being taught on workstations for design and development of vehicles.

MRIIRS in association with Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Private Limited (HMSI) has established Automotive Training & Research Centre at University campus for imparting high end skills required in Auto Sector for its students. In this association HMSI will provide technical support on frequently changing technological advancement in two wheeler industry.

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