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News Article | February 24, 2017
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PANIPAT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (PIET), the Best Engineering College of 2017 is located at 70 mile stone on Delhi-Panipat highway. It is approved by AICTE, Govt. of India and affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.


News Article | November 30, 2016
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In view of the changing scenario at national level owing to the situation arising out of demonetization step by the Prime Minister of India, a seminar cum views sharing session was held at Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology (PIET), an AICTE..


Dharankar C.S.,Defense Institute of Advanced Technology DIAT | Hada M.K.,AICTE
SAE Technical Papers | Year: 2011

In this paper a concept of Position-Dependent Damping (PDD) is proposed in which the damping coefficient varies with position and the damper force is a function of both relative velocity and position or relative displacement across the damper. A suitable damping law is proposed for variation of damping coefficient with position for improving performance of passive vehicle suspension. Various parameters are identified for the complete specification of PDD. A new parameter 'Energy Dissipation Index' (EDI) is defined for the performance analysis of dampers. The optimum parameters of the damping law are obtained on the basis of EDI. The transient and steady-state response of single DOF vehicle model with linear spring and position dependent damping is analyzed for bump and sinusoidal road input, by performing numerical simulation using MATLAB®. The simulation results show that a properly designed PDD reduces gap between the conflicting requirements the ride comfort and the road holding. Copyright © 2011 SAE International and Copyright © 2011 SIAT, India.


Verma C.S.,AICTE | Chariar V.M.,Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Composites Part B: Engineering | Year: 2013

Dry bamboo culms of Dendrocalamus strictus were processed into thin laminas and cold pressed using epoxy resin to produce four layered laminated bamboo epoxy composites (LLBCs). Experimental and theoritical values (stiffness and strength) of LLBCs, prepared from middle region laminae, have been evaluated under tensile loading and using rule-of-mixture respectively. Experimental values of LLBCs are closely resembles with theoretical values. Further, a hypothetical four layered unidirectional laminated bamboo composites (HLLBCs) have been proposed where their stresses and strains obtained using constitutive equation of laminate at macroscopic scale are lower than experimental failure limit of LLBCs. This indicates that proposed LLBCs behaves like fibrous composites which are presently in use for a variety of structural applications. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Verma C.S.,AICTE | Sharma N.K.,Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Chariar V.M.,Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Maheshwari S.,Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology | Hada M.K.,AICTE
Composites Part B: Engineering | Year: 2014

In the present work, an attempt has been made to study the mechanical properties of bamboo so as to explore the possibility of its' usage as structural material in place of wood. Dry bamboo culms of Dendrocalamus strictus were processed into thin laminae and cold pressed using epoxy resin to produce LBCs. Mechanical properties of bamboo laminae and their LBCs have been evaluated under different loading conditions. Similar to wood, there is better correlation for stiffness than strength of bamboo laminae under tensile, compressive and flexural loading but there are fewer correlations in mechanical properties of LBCs owing to random selection of laminae from different locations and also because of addition of epoxy during preparation of LBCs. Comparisons with woods indicate that average strength of bamboo laminae obtained under different loading conditions is better than softwoods and comparable with hard woods. It is inferred from the results that bamboo can be utilized for fabrication of LBCs. Furthermore, tests results and comparisons clearly show that LBCs can be used as an alternative to wood and wood based composites for structural purposes. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Agasti S.,AICTE | Sengupta P.P.,National Institute of Technology Durgapur
2014 2nd International Conference on Business and Information Management, ICBIM 2014 | Year: 2014

Consumer satisfaction and consumer protection are the main challenging issues to modern day marketing. Consumer Protection offers business to re-examine its marketing policies and programmes for meeting the ever growing needs of consumer welfare. The present study has been undertaken to examine the Consumer Protection movement in India. © 2014 IEEE.


Natarajan R.,AICTE | Natarajan R.,Indian Institute of Technology Madras
2011 International Workshop on Institutional and Programme Accreditation: Connections and Opportunities - Proceedings, IWIPA 2011 | Year: 2011

This paper describes the origins and history of accreditation of technical education programs in India. Beginning with the ISTE efforts circa 1985, the NBA was conceived as a constituent Board of the AICTE in September 1994. This followed the commitments in the National Policy on Education (1986) and the subsequent Program of Action. This Paper also describes the parallel Manyatha Initiative and a proposal for an Asian Accreditation Accord. The initial institutional and faculty response to Accreditation is briefly described. The positive consequences of Accreditation in India, and some recent initiatives of NBA to align with the Washington Accord, as well as a Bill pending in the Parliament to integrate Accreditation of Technical Education programs with other Higher Education programs are highlighted. © 2011 IEEE.


News Article | December 19, 2016
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A seminar on "Smart India Hackathon- 2017 "was organized at Heritage Institute of Technology today. It was organized in association with Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, AICTE and Inter Institutional Inclusive Centre


Mali V.,Thadomal Shahani Engineering College | Rao M.,Thadomal Shahani Engineering College | Mantha S.S.,AICTE
Communications in Computer and Information Science | Year: 2013

In emergency situations, finding suitable route to reach destination is critical issue now a days. Traditional shortest path cannot always travel in minimum time because of several factors such as traffic conditions, road width, mass density etc. Hence there is need to find another path to reach destination in minimum travel time. The objective of current research is to find a method which considers major travel time delay factors and calculates optimal path for given traffic conditions. Methodology includes identifying travel time delay factors and obtaining overall road weight depicting real traffic conditions at that time. Route with least travel time is obtained by applying dijkstra's algorithm on weighted road network. Analytical hierarchical processing (AHP) is used to compare seven delay factors and to obtain overall weight of each factor. Actual distance is modified according to weight obtained for road length. Results obtained from emergency routing system showed that optimal path obtained by modified routing method takes less time to reach destination than traditional shortest path routing. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.


Verma C.S.,AICTE | Chariar V.M.,AICTE
Composites Part B: Engineering | Year: 2012

Dry bamboo culms of Dendrocalamus strictus were processed into thin laminas and cold pressed using epoxy resin to produce layered bamboo epoxy composite laminates. Mechanical properties of layered bamboo-epoxy composite laminates including tensile strength, compressive strength, flexural strength and screw holding capability have been evaluated. Mode of failure were identified at macroscopic level as suggested in ASTM standard and their mechanism were examined at microscopic level using SEM analysis of fractured surfaces under different type of tests. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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