- TEQIP Workshop on Modeling, Simulation & Implementation using MATLAB & Simulink will be held at IIT Kanpur on February 1-2, 2017
- TEQIP School on Mechanics of Reinforced Polymer Composites will be held between 22-25 January 2017
- Rarefied and Microscale Gases and Viscoelastic Fluids: a Unified Framework will be held between 23 Feb - 2 March 2017
- International Workshop on Energy, Propulsion and Environment will be held between 8-11 March 2017
TEQIP Workshop ‘Dynamics and Vibrations’
June 30 - July 3, 2014
Dynamics and vibration are an essential part of the curriculum of engineering department like Mechanical, Aerospace, Civil, Chemical etc. These provide critical design and performance condition in many engineering operations, machine components, vehicles, buildings, bridges, tower and various other situations of engineering importance. It is taught at the undergraduate and post graduate levels in most engineering institutes.
The workshop aims at an exposure to the subject at various levels for the teaching faculty. The aspects to be covered are:
- Pedagogy - A balanced exposure to the subject at the UG level and PG level with essential topics that to be covered. Discussion regarding standard books on the subject.
- Rigid body dynamics.
- Linear vibration.
- Non-linear vibration.
- Basics of random vibration.
Talks and discussions on the subject and special topics would be delivered by experts from teaching institutes and industrial organization.
List of speakers
- Prof. Pankaj Wahi
- Prof. A. K. Mallik
- Dr. D. Yadav
- Prof. Anindya Chatterjee
- Prof. Vijay Gupta
- Prof. Ishan Sharma
- Mr. Ashish Bhateja
- Prof. Abhishek
- Prof. C. Venkatesan
|Day 1: June 30, 2014 Monday|
|10.00-11.00||Essentials for a course in Linear Vibration||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|11.30-12.30||Nonlinear Vibration– Geometric approach||Prof. A. K. Mallik|
|12.30-13.30||Free and forced Vibration of discrete systems||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|15.00-16.00||Nonlinear Vibration – Geometric approach, continued||Prof. A. K. Mallik|
|16.30-17.30||Random Vibration – Introduction||Dr. D. Yadav|
|Day 2: July 1, 2014 Tuesday|
|9.30-11.30||Nonlinear Vibration – Harmonically excited Duffing oscillator||Prof. A. K. Mallik|
|12.00-13.00||Damping and its implications for dynamic systems||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|14.30-15.30||Random Vibration – Characterization||Dr. D. Yadav|
|16.00-17.30||Rotation in rigid body dynamics||Prof. Anindya Chatterjee|
|Day 3, July 2, 2014 Wednesday|
|9.30-10.30||Essentials for a course on continuous systems||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|11.00-12.00||Modal analysis and issues with strings and beams||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|12.00-13.00||Random Vibration – Application to linear systems||Dr. D. Yadav|
|14.30-15.30||Modal analysis (continued)||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|16.00-17.30||Nonholonomic constraints in Lagrangian mechanics||Prof. Anindya Chatterjee|
|Day 4, July 3, 2014 Thursday|
|9.00-10.00||Noise suppression||Prof. Vijay Gupta|
|10.30-12.00||Discrete element method:A computational tool to study particulate flow||Prof. Ishan Sharma
Mr. Ashish Bhateja
|12.00-13.00||Vibration study of Sitar||Prof. Pankaj Wahi|
|14.30-15.30||Helicopter dynamics and vibration||Prof. Abhishek|
|16.00-17.00||Helicopter dynamics and vibration||Prof. C. Venkatesan|