Collection of Automobile Engineering Seminar Topics

Collection of Automobile Engineering Seminar Topics

Air powered cars runs on compressed air instead of gasoline. This car is powered by a two cylinder compressed engine. This engine can run either on compressed air alone or act as an IC engine. Compressed air is stored in glass or fiber tanks at a pressure of 4351 psi. Within the next two years, you could see the first air-powered vehicle motoring through your town. Most likely, it will be the e.Volution car that is being built by Zero Pollution Motors. Download Seminar Report for Air powered cars...
When people or animals get hurt, they can usually compensate for minor injuries and keep limping along, but for robots, even slight damage can make them stumble and fall. Now a robot scarcely larger than a human hand has demonstrated a novel ability: It can recover from damage ? an innovation that could make robots more independent. Download Seminar Report for Self Healing Robots...
Regenerative Braking System is the way of slowing vehicle by using the motors as brakes.? Instead of the surplus energy of the vehicle being wasted as unwanted heat, the motors act as generators and return some of it to the overhead wires as electricity. Download Seminar Report for Regenerative Breaking...
According to analysis of the state of art, the main problems to be solved in order to improve the performance of prosthetic hands are 1) lack of sensory information gives to the amputee; 2) lack of ?natural? command interface; 3) limited grasping capabilities; 4) Unnatural movements of fingers during grasping. Download Seminar Report for Biomechatronic Hand...
An autopilot is a mechanical, electrical, or hydraulic system used to guide an aerial vehicle without assistance from a human being. It also maintains the orientation of the plane by monitoring the relevant flight data from inertial measurement instruments and then using that data to cause corrective actions. In this project an attempt has been made to design, implement and develop an autopilot for a glider plane. The required corrective measures are affected by a set of servo motors which helps the flight path and orientation to be maintained at the desired levels.Download Seminar Report for Autopilot...
Only recently has the racing industry acknowledged that the number one cause of racing-related fatalities is basilar skull fractures from excessive head motions and neck loading. Racing legend Dale Earnhardt?s death proved to the racing world and the general public that what appears to be a low impact crash can be fatal. Under development and extensively tested for over a decade, there is a device that can reduce the risk of serious injury or even death to the driver in such a crash. It is the Head And Neck Support (HANS) device. Download Seminar Report for Head And Neck Support (HANS)...
The Bourdon pressure gauge uses the principle that a flattened tube tends to change to a more circular cross-section when pressurized. Although this change in cross-section may be hardly noticeable, and thus involving moderate stresses within the elastic range of easily workable materials, the strain of the material of the tube is magnified by forming the tube into a C shape or even a helix, such that the entire tube tends to straighten out or uncoil, elastically, as it is pressurized. Download Seminar Report for Bourdon Tube...
The technology is more advanced machining. It is evident from the start many types of high-tech machines that have emerged and developed in the world. One example is the Laser Beam Machining (LBM) which we discuss in this paper. Download Seminar Report for Laser Beam Machining...
Tidal energy is one of the oldest forms of energy used by humans. Indeed, tide mills, in use on the Spanish, French and British coasts, date back to 787 A.D.. Tide mills consisted of a storage pond, filled by the incoming (flood) tide through a sluice and emptied during the outgoing (ebb) tide through a water wheel. The tides turned waterwheels, producing mechanical power to mill grain. We even have one remaining in New York- which worked well into the 20th century. Download Seminar Report for Tidal Energy...
Automobile Engineering Seminar Topics
Skid-steer loaders began catching on in the construction field in the 1980s because they offered contractors a way to automate functions that had previously been performed by manual labor. Those were small, inexpensive machines that improved labor productivity and reduced work-related injuries. Their small size and maneuverability allows them to operate in tight spaces. Their light weight allows them to be towed behind a full-size pickup truck, and the wide array of work-tools makes them very flexible. Download Seminar Report for Skid Steer Loader and Multiterrain Loader...
Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC?) works electronically, and thus faster and more precisely, than a conventional hydraulic braking system. As soon as you press the brake pedal and the sensors identify the driving situation in hand, the computer makes an exact calculation of the brake force necessary and distributes it between the wheels as required. This allows SBC? to critically reduce stopping distances. SBC? also helps to optimise safety functions such as ESP?, ASR, ABS and BAS. Download Seminar Report for Sensotronic Brake Control...
Technological advances are reshaping the face of manufacturing, creating paperless manufacturing environments in which computer automated process planning (CAPP) will play a preeminent role. The two reasons for this effect are: Costs are declining, which encourages partnerships between CAD and CAPP developers and access to manufacturing data is becoming easier to accomplish in multivendor environments. Download Seminar Report for Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP)...

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