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Maximizing Efficiency with Autocad 3D Software in Mechanical Engineering
Autocad 3D software is a powerful tool that can significantly enhance the efficiency of mechanical engineers. With its advanced features, this software enables engineers to create complex designs with precision and accuracy. In this article, we will explore the benefits of using Autocad 3D software in mechanical engineering and how it can help maximize efficiency.
Creating Accurate Designs
One of the primary benefits of using Autocad 3D software is the ability to create highly accurate designs. The software offers a range of tools that allow engineers to create detailed drawings and models, ensuring that every element of the design is precisely aligned. This level of precision is essential in mechanical engineering, where even small discrepancies can have significant consequences.
The software also allows for easy modifications to designs, making it possible to quickly make adjustments as needed. This flexibility means that engineers can experiment with different design options without having to start from scratch each time.
Another benefit of using Autocad 3D software is its ability to streamline collaboration between team members. The software allows multiple users to work on the same project simultaneously, making it easier for teams to share ideas and feedback.
In addition, the software’s cloud-based platform allows team members to access project files from anywhere at any time. This feature makes it possible for teams working remotely or across different time zones to collaborate seamlessly.
Reducing Errors and Rework
Autocad 3D software also helps reduce errors and rework in mechanical engineering projects. The advanced features in the software enable engineers to identify potential issues before they become problems. For example, the clash detection tool can identify areas where different components may interfere with each other before manufacturing begins.
By catching these issues early on, engineers can make necessary adjustments and avoid costly mistakes later in the project. This not only saves time and money but also helps ensure that the final product meets all design specifications.
Finally, Autocad 3D software enhances visualization in mechanical engineering projects. The software allows engineers to create realistic renderings of designs, making it easier to visualize how the final product will look and function.
This feature is particularly valuable when presenting designs to clients or stakeholders who may not have a technical background. The ability to showcase a design in a realistic way can help stakeholders better understand the project’s scope and potential impact.
Autocad 3D software is an essential tool for mechanical engineers looking to maximize efficiency in their projects. By enabling accurate designs, streamlining collaboration, reducing errors and rework, and enhancing visualization, this software can significantly improve project outcomes. With its advanced features and ease of use, Autocad 3D software is a must-have for any mechanical engineering team looking to stay ahead of the curve.
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Thesis Projects (last update May 22, 2023)
The Honours Thesis research projects listed below are available only to McGill Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate students in the Honours program and registered for MECH 403-404 courses .
If you are interested in one of the thesis projects, please send an expression of interest to the contact email provided. Although we do our best to keep this list up-to-date, some projects may no longer be available.
If you are a professor who would like to add or remove a thesis project, please complete the honours project posting form .
Projects for 2023-2024 school year:
Thesis project 2023-1.
Title: Development of a method for recycling fibreglass composite wind turbines Supervisor : Prof. Larry Lessard The term(s) to begin: Fall 2023 or Winter 2024 Brief description: There is growing concern about recycling of end-of-life composite materials. Waste fiber and other materials cannot be put into landfills so recycling methods must be developed. Used wind turbine blades can be recycled to recover the fibers and these fibers can be re-used to make materials for 3D printing. So this project aims to solve two simultaneous problems: that of growing amounts of waste and the need for stronger/more high tech materials for the growing 3D printing industry. The project involves experimental manufacturing based on composite materials theory. Contact e-mail : larry.lessard [at] mcgill.ca
Updated: May 2, 2023
Thesis Project 2023-2
Title: Multi-robot collaborative state estimation Supervisor : Prof. James Richard Forbes The term(s) to begin : Fall 2023, Winter 2024 Brief description : Autonomous vehicles, such as autonomous cars, trucks, and trains, must fuse various forms of sensor data together in order to ascertain their position, attitude, velocity, and angular velocity. Typical sensor data includes inertial measurement unit (IMU) data and some sort of position data, such as GPS data, or range data, such as optical camera, radar, or LIDAR data. In multi-robot systems, an individual robot can also utilize information from its neighbors by having the robots communicate their state estimates. However, the estimates of different robots are often correlated, and without properly modelling these cross-correlations, the performance of the estimator might be very poor. This project will then focus on modelling those cross-correlations for collaborative state estimation in multi-robot systems. The main task will involve the development and coding of a sigma point Kalman filter to enable multi-robot navigation; however, based on the student’s interests and background, alternatives to the sigma point Kalman filter could be considered. Students best fit for this project are those interested in using mathematical tools, such as linear algebra, numerical methods, probability theory, and numerical optimization, to solve problems found in robotics. Experience with Matlab and/or C programming is desired. Contact e-mail : james.richard.forbes [at] mcgill.ca
Thesis Project 2023-3
Title: Robot navigation Supervisor : Prof. James Richard Forbes The term(s) to begin : Fall 2023, Winter 2024 Brief description : Autonomous vehicles, such as autonomous cars, trucks, and trains, must fuse various forms of sensor data together in order to ascertain their position, attitude, velocity, and angular velocity. Typical sensor data includes inertial measurement unit (IMU) data and some sort of position data, such as GPS data, or range data, such as optical camera, radar, or LIDAR data. This project will focus on sensor fusion for robot navigation. The first task will be the development and coding of a matrix Lie group integrator, in the spirit of a Runge-Kutta integrator, but tailor to matrix Lie groups. The second task will be the development and coding of a cascaded sigma point Kalman filter to enable multi-agent navigation (i.e., navigation of many robots). Students best fit for this project are those interested in using mathematical tools, such as linear algebra, numerical methods, probability theory, and numerical optimization, to solve problems found in robotics. Experience with python and/or C++ programming is desired. Contact e-mail : james.richard.forbes [at] mcgill.ca
Posted: May 2, 2023
Thesis Project 2023-4
Title : Reconfigurable metamaterials for soft robotics Supervisor : Prof. Damiano Pasini The term(s) to begin : Fall 2023, Winter 2024 Brief description: Mechanical metamaterials are manmade materials, usually fashioned from repeating units, which are engineered to achieve extreme mechanical properties, often beyond those found in most natural materials. In this project, the student will use the lens of mechanics of materials to generate material concepts for soft robotics. Additive manufacturing techniques will be employed to fabricate prototypes and their performance will be examined through mechanical testing. Contact e-mail : damiano.pasini [at] mcgill.ca
Updated: May 9, 2023
Thesis Project 2023-5
Title : Nonlinear dynamics/vibrations of architected materials for aerospace applications Supervisor : Prof. Damiano Pasini and Prof. Mathias Legrand The term(s) to begin : Fall 2023, Winter 2024 Brief description: When launched in space, satellites need to endure an explosive upright boost that generates extremely large vibrations throughout their bodies. If uncontrolled, these vibrations end up spoiling the performance of their components with the risk of making them nonfunctional. In this project we study the nonlinear vibrations of a satellite component made of ultralight weight architected materials of unprecedented performance. The goal is to model its dynamic behaviour and understand the geometric factors that control its highly nonlinear response at the onset of a launch in space. The work involves a combination of theoretical and computational analysis. Contact e-mail : damiano.pasini [at] mcgill.ca
Thesis Project 2023-6
Title: Can you hear the shape of a robot? Supervisor : Prof. Audrey Sedal The term(s) to begin : Fall 2023, Winter 2024 Brief description : Unlike traditional robots, soft robots can take a variety of unusual 3D shapes. However, it is challenging to estimate the shape of a soft robot while it operates, which makes precise control difficult. Inspired by Mark Kac’s question, “Can one hear the shape of a drum?” Short answer: not all the time, due to the existence of isospectral manifolds. This project investigates fusion of acoustic sensing with other modes (e.g., cameras) to estimate the 3D shape of soft robots as they operate. You will build a variety of soft robot prototypes, develop sensing frameworks, and evaluate their performance. This project will involve fabrication, hardware development, programming, and a little bit of geometry.
Contact e-mail : audrey.sedal [at] mcgill.ca
Updated: May 22, 2023
Projects for 2018-2019 school year: may or may not be still available - you may use contact e-mails to find out.
Thesis project 2018-11.
Title: Dynamics of photon-driven lightsails for interstellar flight Supervisor : Prof. Andrew Higgins The term(s) to begin :Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 Brief description : The use of lasers to propel sails via direct photon pressure has the potential to achieve very high velocity spaceflight, greatly exceeding traditional chemical and electric propulsion sources, and enables the serious consideration of interstellar flight. However, the dynamics and stability of thin sails (lightsails) under intense laser illumination is an outstanding problem. This project will examine the dynamics of very thin membranes both theoretically and experimentally. The response of a lightsail to perturbation will be analyzed both analytically and via computer simulation. Use of gasdynamic loading techniques (shock tube) will enable the same driving load to be applied in the laboratory, but without the use of megawatt-class lasers. Experimental diagnostic techniques (photonic doppler velocimetry, 3-D digital image correlation) will be developed to study the lightsail dynamics that will eventually be applied to a laser-driven sail proof-of-concept facility. Personnel sought: Student should have a strong interest in advanced space exploration concepts, with general background in physical optics, numerical simulation, and experimental techniques. Skills involved: Experience with photography and high-speed data acquisition would be helpful. Completion of Mech 321 (Mechanics of Deformable Solids) and Mech 430 (Fluids 2) is required for the project. Contact e-mail : andrew.higgins [at] mcgill.ca
Posted: September 12, 2018
Thesis Project 2018-12
Title: Dynamic soaring on a shock wave Supervisor : Prof. Andrew Higgins The term(s) to begin :Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 Brief description : Dynamic soaring is a technique exploited by birds and sailplanes to increase their flight speed by exploiting differences in airspeed of different masses of air. This project will explore this approach by examining dynamic soaring of a hypersonic glider on a shock wave. In essence, the technique consists of “bouncing” back and forth from either side of a shock wave via a high lift-to-drag turn, increasing the net velocity of the glider. The ability to “surf” on a very strong blast wave (such as resulting from a thermonuclear blast or asteroid impact) from ground all the way to space will be explored. The use of the technique on shock waves that occur in interplanetary space (coronal mass ejections, etc.) that might enable spacecraft to be accelerated to very high velocities “for free” will also be explored. Personnel sought: Student should have a strong interest in advanced space exploration concepts and flight dynamics, with general background in numerical simulation. Skills involved: Completion of Mech 430 (Fluids 2) is required for the project. Contact e-mail : andrew.higgins [at] mcgill.ca
Thesis Project 2018-13
Title: Rapid transit within the solar system via directed energy: laser thermal vs. laser electric propulsion Supervisor : Prof. Andrew Higgins The term(s) to begin :Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 Brief description : Directed energy in the form of a ground or space-based laser providing power to a spacecraft is a disruptive technology that could enable a number of rapid-transit missions in the solar system and interstellar precursor missions. This project will compare two different approaches for a spacecraft to utilize beamed laser power: (1) laser thermal propulsion, wherein a laser is focused into a chamber to heat propellant that is expanded through a nozzle and (2) laser electric propulsion, wherein a laser directed onto a photovoltaic array generates electricity to power electric propulsion (ion engine, etc.). These two concepts will be compared for a number of missions of interest, as defined by NASA: (1) Earth orbit to Mars orbit in no more than 45 days and (2) Traversing a distance of 125 AU in no more than ten years. Personnel sought: Student should have a strong interest in advanced space exploration concepts, with general background in physical optics and numerical simulation. Skills involved: Prior exposure to spacecraft mission design (e.g., experience with Kerbal Space Program, etc.) would be helpful. Completion of Mech 430 (Fluids 2) and Mech 346 (Heat Transfer) is required for the project. Contact e-mail : andrew.higgins [at] mcgill.ca
Thesis Project 2018-14
Title: Impact of dust grain on lightsails for interstellar flight Supervisor : Prof. Andrew Higgins The term(s) to begin :Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 Brief description : Laser-driven lightsails are a promising technique for interstellar flight, however, sails will experience impacts of dust grains in the interplanetary and interstellar medium. The impact of a sub-micron grain can deposit as much as 1 J of energy into the sail when travelling at speeds necessary for interstellar flight. This project will examine the subsequent dynamics of the sail and the damage incurred. This problem will be modelled both analytically and numerically, and experiments will be performed in the lab with gas gun-launched particles onto candidate thin-film materials. Personnel sought: Student should have a strong interest in advanced space exploration concepts, with general background in materials and stress/strain, numerical simulation, and experimental techniques. Skills involved: Experience with ANSYS would be very enabling for the project. Experience with photography and high-speed data acquisition would be helpful. Completion of Mech 321 (Mechanics of Deformable Solids) is required for the project. Contact e-mail : andrew.higgins [at] mcgill.ca
Thesis Project 2018-15
Title: Percolation model for detonation in a system of discrete energy sources Supervisor : Prof. Andrew Higgins The term(s) to begin :Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 Brief description : Detonation waves propagating in combustible gas mixtures exhibit very complex dynamics, with transverse and longitudinal shock waves that sweep across the front. This project will attempt to model this process by treating detonation as an ensemble of interacting blast waves. Approximate, analytic solutions of blast waves will be used to treat the problem. Results will be interpreted with the assistance of percolation theory, a branch of statistical physics. Results will also be compared to reactive Euler simulations using supercomputing resources. Skills required: Strong coding skills (language of your choice) and awareness in advanced mathematics is of interest. Personnel sought: Completion of Mech 430 (Fluids 2) is required for this project. Interest in nonlinear physics and pattern formation in nature would provide helpful motivation for this project. Exposure to concepts in statistical physics (Ad. Thermo) is also desirable. Contact e-mail : andrew.higgins [at] mcgill.ca
Thesis Project 2018-16
Title: Pellet stream propulsion for interstellar flight Supervisor : Prof. Andrew Higgins The term(s) to begin :Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 Brief description : A promising approach to deep space propulsion that may enable interstellar flight is pellet stream propulsion, wherein high velocity pellets (with velocity exceeding that of the spacecraft) are used to impart momentum onto a spacecraft. Such a pellet stream may be able to be collimated and focused over much greater distances than a laser beam, making it an attractive alternative to laser-driven directed energy. This project will examine the ability of a charged particle to be steered and re-directed via a static magnetic field (e.g., quadrupole beam steering, etc.), both via computer simulation and experimental testing in the lab. The ability to steer a small (mm to cm scale) pellet via magnetic field of rare earth magnets at speeds of ~1 km/s would be a significant validation of the concept. Personnel sought: Student should have a strong interest in advanced space exploration concepts, with strong background in electromagnetism and physics. Interest in or familiarity with conventional, fundamental particle accelerators would be desirable. Skills involved: Basic coding skills (language of your choice) and numerical simulation is required. Experience with basic electronics and microcontrollers (Arduino, etc.) and 3-D printing would be very helpful for the project. Contact e-mail : andrew.higgins [at] mcgill.ca
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Research papers/topics in mechanical engineering, basic principle of machining and arc welding.
ABSTRACT This project tittle ‘’basic principle of machining’’ deal with the operations on lathe, milling and some part of arc welding, turning, taper turning, threading, knurling and chamfering, while on milling machine spur Gears were cut, forming a hexagon shape and square shape were all done on milling machine. A simple component/part which contained all the above mention operation were produced in one work piece. In conclusion we are able to produce spurs gears, square thread, an...
Design and Development of a Hybrid Bicycle
This project involved the conversion of a conventional bicycle into an electric hybrid bicycle using a hub motor, battery, controller, throttle, and battery indicator. The selection of a flywheel-based regenerative mechanism was justified based on its superior energy storage capabilities. The challenges faced during the assembly, including bearing and clutch drive iterations, were overcome through the use of multiple bearings, metal casting, and welding. The implementation of an indirect...
Multi-function e-scarecrow (MFeSC)
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Optimize the Operational Parameters through Simulation to Increase the Efficiency of Combined Cycle Power Plants
ABSTRACT Electric power generation is one of the important factors for the development of peoples and can take an advantage of energy extraction technology of combined cycle in Sudan, which is highly effective in the States instead of remote power generation and combined cycle power plant also be economically feasible for use in sugar refineries in Sudan. . The purpose of this study is to find the maximum efficiency and minimum cost of power generation in combined cycle power plant by simul...
Design Analysis of HCCI Engine Piston
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Energy and Exergy Analysis of Boiler Systems
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Exergetic Efficiency of Passive Solar Air Heater with Phase Change Energy Storage Material
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Fracture Mechanics of Glass Fibre Reinforced Polyester Composites (Gfrp) Subjected to Impact Load
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Use of Finite Time Thermodynamic Simulation of Performance of an Otto Cycle with Variable Specific Heats of Working Fluid
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Effect of Delay Period on Performance of Compression Engine Running on Jatropha Fuel
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Optimum Buckling Response Model of Grp Composites
ABSTRACT Relevant literature for the modeling and analysis of failure of GRP composites were reviewed. Samples of GRP composites were prepared by hand-lay up. Composites samples were subjected to compressive tests using a tensometer. Mechanical characteristics, such as modulus of elasticity; compressive strength, proportionality limit, elastic limit and critical strain of composites were evaluated from compression tests results. It was found that the compressive strength of all the samples is...
Improvement of the Performance of Thermal Power Systems Through Energy and Exergy Analysis
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Mechanical Engineering is branch of engineering that deals with the design, construction, and use of machines Afribary curates list of academic papers and project topics in Mechanical Engineering. You can browse mechanical engineering project topics, mechanical engineering seminar topics, mechanical engineering thesis, Assignments, Termpapers etc
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- 1 Introduction to mechanical engineering thesis
- 2 Sample mechanical engineering thesis topics and files
- 3 What are the Learning Outcomes for a Mechanical Engineering Thesis?
- 4.1.1 Design, Build and Test or Experimental Mechanical Engineering Thesis
- 4.1.2 Modelling Of an Engineering Process
- 4.1.3 Detailed Design of An Engineering System
- 4.1.4 Preparation And Testing of Computer Software
- 4.2 Theoretical or Research Oriented Mechanical Engineering Final Year Projects
- 5.1 Mechanical Engineering Thesis from The Published List of Project Topics Provided by The Members of Academic Staff
- 5.2 Mechanical Engineering Thesis Topic from A Student’s Own Idea
- 5.3 Mechanical Engineering Thesis Topic from A Sponsoring Company
- 6.1.1 Risk Assessment for An Engineering Thesis Proposal
- 6.1.2 Project Timeline/Plan for A Mechanical Engineering Thesis
- 6.1.3 Ethics Assessment for A Mechanical Engineering Thesis
- 6.2 Mechanical Engineering Thesis Interim Report or Progression Report
- 6.3 Mechanical Engineering Dissertation Final Report
- 6.4 PowerPoint Presentation (Slides or Poster)
- 6.5 Oral Presentation/Examination (Viva) of Your Mechanical Engineering Thesis
- 7 Structure Or Format of The Mechanical Engineering Thesis Final Report
- 8 Why choose topengineeringsolutions.com for your mechanical engineering thesis?
- 9 Conclusion
Introduction to mechanical engineering thesis
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Sample mechanical engineering thesis topics and files
In this section you, will find a list of mechanical engineering thesis topics you can select from. Some of the topics have a sample report and all the relevant files (report, 3D CAD files, simulation files, codes etc). Follow the link provided on the topic to access the materials. The sample report and project files will make your work very easy when working on your mechanical engineering thesis. You can still request a custom/new mechanical engineering thesis report for your selected topic. If you are interested in a topic that does not have a sample report and all the project materials, place an order for a custom report and we will be glad to help. We can also help you identify a mechanical engineering thesis title in your area of interest or advise you on the suitability of your selected mechanical engineering final year project title.
What are the Learning Outcomes for a Mechanical Engineering Thesis?
The engineering final year project is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to independently carry out a substantial project from specification through to completion. It helps the student develop and practice many of the attributes required of a modern
professional engineer including project planning, project management and presentation of
progress and results. A mechanical engineering thesis is meant to help you demonstrate the ability to do the following:
- Plan a substantial project
- Carry out preliminary study
- Organise the acquisition of necessary equipment and components
- Liaise with staff and other students
- Set a number of targets
- Work independently to attain the targets
- Communicate progress with a supervisor
- Reorganise plan to accommodate unforeseen problems
- Complete the work in time
- Present an oral and written report of the work
Types of mechanical engineering dissertation/thesis
Mechanical engineering final year projects can be classified into various categories depending on how you obtain your research data. The two main categories of mechanical engineering final year projects are practical mechanical engineering final year projects and theoretical mechanical engineering final year projects.
Practical mechanical engineering thesis
In a practical mechanical engineering dissertation, the student relies on primary research, that is, you obtain the data yourself. A practical mechanical engineering final year project can further be classified as “Design, build and test or experimental ” projects, modelling of an engineering process, Detailed design of an engineering system and preparation and testing of computer software.
Design, Build and Test or Experimental Mechanical Engineering Thesis
This type of mechanical engineering final year project involves designing a physical engineering component, building a prototype and thereafter testing it. This is the most intensive and time-consuming type of mechanical engineering final year project. It requires excellent time management skills and discipline in order to complete it successfully. You need to start early to avoid late submission or submitting incomplete work. Before you decide on this type of engineering thesis, ascertain the availability and accessibility of experimental equipment and work space.
Although experimental mechanical engineering final year projects are intensive, they will impart you with lots of engineering technical skills which include assessing project requirements and creating product design specifications, using computer-aided design/modelling software, using various engineering equipment to manufacture an engineering product, liaising with suppliers to source for materials, producing and implementing designs and test procedures, testing, evaluating, modifying and re-testing products, analysing and interpreting data; writing reports and documentation among others. Sample experimental mechanical engineering final year projects are given here .
Modelling Of an Engineering Process
Mechanical engineering thesis types that involve modelling of an engineering process are mainly focused on improving and optimising manufacturing processes by applying numerical simulation tools hence achieving better products with regard to process selection, material selection, geometry among others. Typical manufacturing processes that can be modelled include 3D printing (additive manufacturing), casting and composites manufacturing etc. An example of such a mechanical engineering dissertation could be application of lean manufacturing concepts to a specific engineering process in order to build quality in the manufactured product while at the same time eliminating wastes. This mechanical engineering final year project type is interdisciplinary as it applies multiple concepts such as process technology, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, materials science and thermodynamics etc.
Detailed Design of An Engineering System
Mechanical engineering final year projects involving design of an engineering system aim at applying mechanical engineering principles to design complex engineering systems that are reliable, cost-effective, efficient and with minimum environmental impacts. For example, the project may entail applying principles of thermodynamics and heat transfer in the design of advanced energy conversion systems for power generation or designing an optimised heat exchanger for a certain application. This mechanical engineering thesis type requires the student to clearly state the function of the system (what the system can fulfil e.g., system to harness both thermal and electrical energy from solar (solar PVT), provide system specifications and have a clear evaluation criterion. Evaluation criteria are the design objectives meant to minimise limitations of the engineering system while at the same time increasing the system benefits.
Preparation And Testing of Computer Software
This type of mechanical engineering dissertation entails developing and testing a custom computer software which can be used as a teaching aid, for simulation and engineering analysis or for computer aided design. It may also involve creating Machine Learning (ML) algorithms for predicting engineering processes and behaviour. Examples of mechanical engineering thesis that involve preparation and testing of computer software are given in this article.
Theoretical or Research Oriented Mechanical Engineering Final Year Projects
A theoretical mechanical engineering dissertation focuses on secondary research or literature review. In this case, you review relevant published scholarly sources such as peer reviewed journal articles, previous mechanical engineering dissertations and use the findings in those sources to make a conclusion about a specific engineering issue. You can decide to compare and contrast research by other authors in order to establish gaps for future study or apply their findings to a practical situation.
How to select a mechanical engineering thesis topic
Selecting your mechanical engineering dissertation topic is an important task that you must undertake before working on your final year project. As discussed above, a mechanical engineering thesis may be practical, theoretical or a combination of both. In all cases, before selecting the thesis topic, careful consideration should be given crucial factors like relevance of the topic to mechanical engineering course coverage, complexity of the problem to be undertaken, your interests and career aspirations, and the availability of a willing supervisor. It is worth noting that although proper final year project selection may not guarantee high marks, it certainly increases the probability of success in your project. If you need help in selecting your mechanical engineering thesis topic, you can check sample projects here or contact us. Mechanical engineering final year project selection may be in one of the following ways:
Mechanical Engineering Thesis from The Published List of Project Topics Provided by The Members of Academic Staff
In most institutions, university academic staff propose projects to reflect their consultancy, research, teaching or laboratory development interest. The project titles are compiled and published for students to choose from. Each topic on the list usually has a brief summary of what the project entails and the contact details of the supervisor who suggested the topic. If you are interested in any of the suggested thesis topics, it is upon you to contact the supervisor and get more information about it. The biggest advantage with this type of thesis topic selection is that in most cases, the other students will have worked on the same project in previous years. Thus, you will be able to identify challenges that they encountered and how they tackled them.
Mechanical Engineering Thesis Topic from A Student’s Own Idea
You may propose a final year project based on your own specific interest or inventive talents. The issue problem you intend to tackle should be selected with great care. Whilst ideas for the engineering thesis may come in a flash of inspiration, it is more likely that you will already have a rough idea of what you want to do, based perhaps on your working experience (if any) or your daily activities. The easiest way to select a suitable engineering thesis topic that will guarantee success is to view a list of sample mechanical engineering dissertations that have been done in the past. A website like https://www.engineeringfinalprojects.com has a list of mechanical engineering final year projects that you can choose from. In addition, it gives you access to the sample final engineering thesis report for the selected topic as well as the relevant simulation files, 3D CAD models and codes that were used when completing the project. Having access to the final report and simulation files can make your work really simple and guarantee success in your project.
Mechanical Engineering Thesis Topic from A Sponsoring Company
Mechanical engineering thesis topics may also be provided by external companies and this is highly encouraged to increase industry relevance of the module. However, industry-generated projects may have some problems such as commercial security, difficulties of assessment and satisfactory liaison with the company among others. Nonetheless, if the project is carefully chosen and there is full commitment from both the company and the university, the problems are easily overcome.
Mechanical Engineering Final Year Project Deliverables
In order to ascertain the extent to which you have met the learning outcomes of the final year project module, you are assessed against various deliverables. There may be a slight variation between universities but the main deliverables are as outlined below:
Mechanical Engineering Project Proposal & Risk and Ethics Assessment/Plan Report/Scope
After submitting and obtaining approval for your project idea, you will be required to submit a project proposal. The name of this deliverable varies from one university to the other but the content is almost the same. In some cases, it is referred to a scope report, project plan report or simply proposal report. When submitting your mechanical engineering project proposal, you may also be required to submit a risk and ethics assessment form. A project proposal has an abstract which provide a clear and concise summary of the project proposal for a busy reader; an introduction chapter which includes motivation for undertaking the project, objectives of the project and significance of the project; the proposed approach (methodology); timeline or project plan; risk and ethics assessment; conclusion and references. Detailed explanation of what these chapters entail will be discussed in the project format section . However, risk assessment, project plan/timeline and ethics assessment are unique to this section and will be discussed here.
Risk Assessment for An Engineering Thesis Proposal
It is usually recommended and, in some cases, mandatory to provide a thorough assessment of the likely risks associated with the project. The risk assessment includes both risk for access to resource, general risks affecting the delivery of the project and health and safety. In this case, State the plausibility of each risk. Provide risk management strategies to eliminate or mitigate the risks discussed. Also, determine whether or not the proposed risk management strategies are plausible and reasonable. The general risk assessment procedure is as follows:
Step 1 – Identify the hazards and associated risks Divide the project into specific tasks. For each task, identify the hazards and associated risks. Step 2 – Identify the current risk treatments
Risk treatment is a process of implementing measures to reduce the risks associated with a hazard. In this step, you should identify the existing risk treatments that are in place to mitigate the identified risks.
Step 3 – Analyse and calculate the risk
In this step you are supposed to first consider the consequences of the identified risk, then consider the likelihood of the risk and finally calculate the risk.
Step 4 – Additional risk treatments and risk acceptance In this step, any additional risk treatments should be identified that will reduce the overall level of risk. The remaining level of risk (residual risk) should be of such a nature that the resulting level of likelihood and consequence are acceptable for the risk owner. A risk calculator or risk assessment template is provided here . You can download and use it for conducting risk assessment for your engineering thesis. Please note that risk assessment varies with the type of mechanical engineering final year project . A sample risk assessment for an experimental engineering thesis is given here. Also, a sample risk assessment for a theoretical or design-based mechanical engineering final year project is provided here. You can download and use them as guides. Please note that The Activity Overall Risk Rating must be LOW . Activities with an Overall Risk Rating of MODERATE or above must be accompanied by a Risk Management Plan. However, the risks must be reduced to As Low As Reasonably Practicable and the Risk Assessment must been reviewed and approved by the project supervisor.
Project Timeline/Plan for A Mechanical Engineering Thesis
When creating your engineering thesis timeline or plan, provide a clear description of a well thought out project timeline. The use of a Gantt chart is highly recommended. Determine whether or not the proposed timeline is realistic. Identify and discuss all items on the critical path. Note that this timeline covers the entire project in both semesters. A sample Gantt chart for a mechanical engineering thesis is attached. The most common tools for creating a professional engineering thesis Gantt chart include Microsoft Projects and Ganttproject . Ganttproject is free of charge, easy to use and is small in size.
Ethics Assessment for A Mechanical Engineering Thesis
You should address any ethic issues arising from your project work (this is required in all project reports). For students in UK universities, the engineering ethics are guided by four fundamental principles based on the Royal Academy of Engineering’s document “ Statement of Ethical Principles “. The principles are:
- Accuracy and Rigour
- Honesty and Integrity
- Respect for Life, Law and the Public Good
- Responsible Leadership: Listening and Informing
When carrying out ethics assessment, you should concentrate on the potential impact of your work , rather than your own honesty etc. Unless your project requires specific ethic approval, a typical ethics assessment is simply a general discussion relating to the project topic. Concentrate on the most relevant issues, rather than trying to find something to fit every possible point
Mechanical Engineering Thesis Interim Report or Progression Report
A mechanical engineering interim report which can also be known as mechanical engineering progress report is aimed at monitoring your project through the thesis. It is usually about 15 to 30 pages depending on your institution. The appropriate length of the report may also depend on the type of mechanical engineering thesis that you have selected. If you have any doubts or questions about the length please discuss this with your supervisor. Your progress report gives evidence of research and technical progress towards objectives as well as monitoring of the project plan and management of any adjustments to the project direction. By evaluating the interim report, the supervisor can keep track of what work you have completed and what is still to be completed, and identifying any weaknesses where further development may be needed. Your mechanical engineering thesis interim report is an early opportunity for your supervisor to assess your progress and to provide feedback. By the time you submit the interim report, you should, by now, have a clear idea in terms of what you are doing, why you are doing it, and how you are doing it. You should also bear in mind when writing your mechanical engineering thesis progress report that its purpose is to report the results obtained so far, and to show whether:
- The stated project objectives are being met
- The project is proceeding on schedule
- You are managing the project in the best possible way
- There are any previously unforeseen problems that require attention.
In order to achieve the learning outcomes of the progress report, your report should state how far you have progressed with each of the activities that you planned, whether you are on schedule, and discuss any problems which you have encountered or can see in the future. Typical chapters of your mechanical engineering thesis progress report include abstract, Table of Contents, Introduction chapters (aim and objectives, motivation, and significance of the project), Background or Literature Review chapter, Proposed Approach chapter (methodology), Preliminary Results and Discussions, Conclusion, References and appendices (if any). By using the above chapters, the supervisor is able to verify what has been completed. It is also advisable to include a Gantt chart showing what work has been completed. If you have not completed activities scheduled to have been done you should say why not, and explain how you will fit the activity into your future work.
Mechanical Engineering Dissertation Final Report
The final thesis report is the single most important deliverable which must be submitted. Since the final report is relatively long, you should ensure that you start writing the report several weeks before the deadline. The exact structure of the report will vary according to the nature of your project but it must comply with the project handbook or guide which usually varies from one university to the other. Nonetheless, the main chapters of an engineering thesis final report are nearly the same. Before submitting the final copy of your engineering dissertation final report, you should check the following:
- Does the report have proper tenses, grammar, spelling, and punctuation?
- Are the project objectives clearly stated? Have they been fulfilled?
- Is the referencing well done and consistent throughout the report?
- Does the abstract give a clear idea of what has is in the Final Report?
- Is the literature review sufficient and relevant to the project? Does it indicate the current state-of-the-art?
- Is your methodology appropriate for the task? Is there any evidence in support of the methodology?
- Are any limitations of the study clearly presented?
- Are the results clearly presented?
- Are conclusions based on evidence? Have any claims been made which cannot be substantiated?
The appropriate length of the report is not straightforward. However, you project handbook/guide will have information on the expected length. Nonetheless, the length of an engineering thesis report depends to some extent on nature of the work. The report must be fit for purpose and optimised to be as effective as possible in the doing task for which it was created. In this case the task is to convey to the reader (marker) the work done on the project, placing it clearly in the context of the topic background, motivation and requirements. From the assessment point of view the aim is show to the marker the academic and technical competence of the student, demonstrating the project was conducted in a professional manner. The report should be written so that it can be read and absorbed by an engineer having a basic knowledge of the subject. An engineering thesis report will be regarded to be too short if it does not convey the learning outcomes for example, significant details on how the project was implemented were left out, or there was insufficient background to place the work in its proper context. On the other hand, an engineering dissertation report can be regarded as excessively large if it has too much detail, so that the reader is overburdened with unnecessary information or it contains irrelevant details. An excessively large final report may be penalised. Stick to the project handbook guidelines. If necessary, ask for advice from your supervisor on what details / level of detail to include in different areas.
PowerPoint Presentation (Slides or Poster)
Presentation which can be in the form of slides or poster gives students experience in preparing and presenting a concise oral description of their work with visual aids. Most universities provide the standard presentation template which must be used by all students. A well-prepared engineering final year project presentation provides a concise overview of your project. It should precisely deliver the essential elements of the project and should be laid out to make comprehension of the essential elements of the project straightforward. It should be attractive in the sense that it draws an audience to it and invites further questions. Try to make the poster as visually appealing and engaging as possible such that you grab the viewer’s interest. Ensure you include plenty of diagrams and figures/images and do not clutter your poster with too much text. It should demonstrate excellent content and technical achievement. The poster should be logically constructed and present content at the appropriate level. You will need to demonstrate that you have an in‐depth knowledge and understanding of your project. Also, do not presume that the majority of viewers will be specialists in your field, so try to provide sufficient background and explanation for them to follow your poster.
Your project presentation slides or poster should be typed in a clear bold print that can be easily read from distances of around 1 – 2 metres with the title displayed in a large font at the top of the poster. The chapter titles like Introduction or Background , Objectives , Methodology , Results and Conclusion(s) etc should be in bold and distinguishable. The size of the title and normal text will depend on poster size as stipulated in the Guidelines on Poster Presentation which are usually provided together with the project handbook. Use your own judgement. Do not use too large or too small font size. Avoid too much text. If you cannot fit everything you wish in, you need to assess the risks of using smaller font size. You may be able to put more information in it but will it aid your presentation? It advisable to use no more than 4 different colours, and try to match the main colour theme. In addition to the main content, you must include your project title, your name, student ID and name of your supervisor.
Oral Presentation/Examination (Viva) of Your Mechanical Engineering Thesis
In the oral presentation/examination (Viva) you will be asked questions by your assessor, supervisor and panel members. You will be assessed on the responses which you give to questions and the understanding which you demonstrate regarding your project and its content. When presenting, ensure that you appear confident and enthusiastic and speak clearly with good use of gestures and eye contact. Try not to read your presentation from prepared notes. Do not forget to engage with your audience. You will need to demonstrate that you have the ability to generate interest and also to interpret and answer questions in a way that provides useful additional insights into your work.
Structure Or Format of The Mechanical Engineering Thesis Final Report
A typical example of the general format of your engineering thesis report is shown below:
- Title page or Cover Page
Most universities provide a title page template for engineering thesis. You should closely follow the template without changing the format or layout. Typical contents of a title page include:
- Unit Code and Title
- Project Title
- Student Name and Student Number
- Name of your Degree and Specialisation
- Name of the University and the School
- Date of Submission
- Supervisor Name at the bottom of the page
- Disclaimer or Author Declaration
The wordings are usually provided in the project handbook.
It should provide a clear and concise summary of the project for a busy reader. Abstract should be self‐contained. It should enable a reader to quickly assess the subject matter of the report, to learn the essentials of the work carried out and the principal conclusions. It is used to give a clear picture of the aims and methods, and to summarise briefly the principal conclusions. It is intended to provide a frame of reference that will allow the nature of the project to be appreciated quickly. It is quite difficult to illustrate in a few words what your project set out to do. You may need several attempts before you achieve a sufficiently brief, informative Abstract. It is recommended that you write this section last, to ensure that it accurately reflects what is in the main body of the Engineering Thesis Final Report. You should not include figures, tables, or references in Abstract.
- Table of Contents
This section helps the reader to follow your structure and easily navigate to different section of your report. Check this YouTube video on How to Create Table of Contents in your report.
- List of Figures and Tables
All figures, graphs and tables in your engineering thesis report must be numbered, given a title/caption, identified sequentially and referred to in the text. Check this YouTube video on How to Create List of Figures or How to Create List of Tables in your report.
- List of appendices
List the appendices here if available in the report.
This is an acknowledgement by the author of help given or work carried out by any other person or organisation
Chapter 1: Introduction
The introduction of a mechanical engineering dissertation should provide the reader with a clear idea of the issue under investigation and its importance, and such information as when and where it was carried out if that is not already obvious. This section should be as brief as possible, but should provide the reader with the necessary background information to give the setting of the investigation. Bear in mind your readers and how familiar they may or may not be with the situation. The introduction sets out the background to the project, states the problem investigated, notes the central focus of the investigation and mentions the proposed contribution to practical or theoretical issues. Therefore, the main subsections of the introduction chapter are:
This provides the reason for undertaking this engineering final year project and explains why the project is important. In this subsection, it is important to give sufficient background information and describe the current state of the art.
Under this subsection, define the objectives of the engineering dissertation. Identify the scope and the assumption. State the requirements (e.g., customer requirements, product requirements, system requirements, algorithm requirements, etc.)
The significance subsection of the engineering thesis introduction chapter gives the expected benefits of this project. Explain how the objectives will advance the current state of the art.
Chapter 2: Background/ Literature Review
Literature review is an important chapter in engineering dissertation as it explains the context and background of the study. Theoretical or research oriented mechanical engineering thesis require a more detailed review of previous work compared to practical mechanical engineering thesis. In your literature review, it is important to set the scene and place the work in context so as to prepare the reader for what is to follow. If the project is one which has been done by other students in previous years it would usually be expected that this work will be critically reviewed to help define the starting point for the new project. Literature review also enables you to identify the gaps on the topic. Literature review findings also provide a means for verification and validation of your project results. Please note that the material to be reviewed must be selected such that only books and journal articles which relate directly to the topic are included. Remember to provide a summary of the literature review in a paragraph or two, clearly mentioning the main findings from the review.
Chapter 3: Methodology
Depending on the type of your mechanical engineering thesis, this section may involve design of a product, model, test program, computer simulation, manufacture and development of a product etc. When writing the methodology chapter for your mechanical engineering dissertation, divide the project into a set of specific tasks and identify the appropriate and innovative approach to carry out each of these tasks. These tasks will vary depending on the type of engineering thesis . For theoretical or research orientated mechanical engineering final year projects, the methodology should identify the databases and bodies of literature that will drive the review and the approach that will be developed. For modelling and design-based engineering final year projects, identify the computing resources that will be used, or the platform for the development of any new software as well as the tools that will be required. For the experimental engineering dissertations, describe the equipment and specific techniques that have been employed. When proposing your methodology, you must first ascertain the availability and accessibility of experimental equipment, computing resources, work space, and so on
Chapter 4: Results
This is the heart of the Mechanical Engineering Thesis Final Report and will consist of text, graphs, tables and figures, depending on the type of the project. Raw data generated or obtained during project implementation should be given in this section and if voluminous should be placed in an appendix. Derived results appearing in the main text should then refer to the raw data. The way results are presented is important. Tables, charts, graphs and other figures should illustrate and illuminate the text. The text derived from the results should not duplicate information in the tables and figures. It should highlight the significant aspects of the findings, so that all relevant facts are presented in a way that draws the reader’s attention to what is most important.
Chapter 5: Discussion of Results
This section begins by first restating the problem that your mechanical engineering thesis addresses before discussing how the results affect existing knowledge of the subject. The following are some of the guidelines when writing your discussion:
- Try to present the principles, relationships and generalisation shown by the results.
- Point out any exceptions or lack of correlation; define unsettled points.
- Show how your results and interpretations agree or contrast with findings from the review of previous work.
- Discuss the engineering issues of the work, as well as any practical applications.
Chapter 6: Conclusions
Before writing the conclusions chapter of your engineering dissertation, read through the whole report and take note of the main points. Only conclusions that can be justifiably drawn from the results should be made, and avoid including an opinion for which no evidence is provided in the report. Readers who want a quick idea of what the project is about will look at the abstract, possibly the introduction and almost certainly at the conclusions. Therefore, this section should be clearly expressed to enable readers to readily understand what work has been done and the conclusions that have been drawn from the results. Should state clearly what you have achieved and, in particular, whether you have fulfilled the aims and objectives of the project. If not, you should summarise why not.
Chapter 7: Suggestions for Further Work or Recommendations
This section includes the main aspects of the project that require further development. Each aspect has to be covered in sufficient depth and be supported by argument. Many projects are continued by other students the following year, so this section should provide them with good guidance on what the next steps should be. This is an important section as the examiners often use this information to see how much you have learnt during the project.
Adequate and relevant references (scholarly and of good quality) should be provided with complete details and in a consistent and correct format. Ensure all references are cited properly in text. All references must have a corresponding in‐text citation. All facts that are not either common knowledge to engineers, or statements of your actions, findings or assumptions must be referenced. Use the referencing style recommended in your project handbook. Please consult your supervisor when in doubt.
Appendices should include items which are required for reference purposes, but which would clutter the main body of the engineering thesis final report. Appendices should contain material that may disturb the smooth reading of the report. Other documents like catalogues and technical data sheets should not be included unless they are likely to be unavailable to the reader (e.g., from online sources etc.) – provide a reference(s) instead.
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- Design and Fabrication of Pedal Powered Washing Machine
- Modelling and Fabrication of Abrasive Jet Machine
- Mini Hydraulic Hand Operated JCB Crane
- 20 Liter Jar Automatic Cleaning and Washing machine
- Design and Fabrication of Multipurpose Agricultural Machine
- Alcohol Detection with Go Kart Ignition Locking Project
- Design of Low-Cost Refrigeration System using LPG
- Kinetic Energy Recovery System using a Flywheel in Bicycle
- Car/Wheel Dollies using Hydraulic Ratchet Mechanism
- Pneumatic Reciprocating Power Hacksaw Machine Project
- Design and Fabrication of Pneumatic Bearing Puller Project
- Stirling Engine Project
- Battery Drive Motorized Agriculture Weeder
- Pneumatic Operated Double Hacksaw Project
- Automatic Pneumatic Hammer Machine Project
- Automatic Pneumatic Paper Cutting Machine Project
- Design and Fabrication of Pneumatic Vice Project
- Pneumatic Scissor Lift Jack Project
- Pneumatic Sand Filtering Project
- Pneumatic Paper Cup Making Machine Project
- Box Transport Mechanism Project
- 360-Degree Rotating Vehicle
- Gear Based Quick Return Mechanism
- Pneumatic Powered Metal Pick and Place Arm
- Robotic Vehicle using Ackermann Steering Mechanism
- Six Legged Spider Bot using Klann Mechanism
- Levitating Frictionless Vertical Windmill
- Power Generator Pulley Rowing Machine
- Staircase Climbing Trolley
- Manual Roller Bending Machine
- Bench Tapping Machine
- E Skateboard With Motion Sensing
- Motorized Smart Turning Mechanism
- Pneumatic Powered Wall Climbing Robot
- Coin Based Cola & Soda Vending Machine
- Motorized Scotch Yoke Mechanism Piston
- Mini Windmill Power Generation Project
- 3 DOF Hydraulic Extractor Mini JCB
- Steering Mechanism Vehicle With Joystick Control
- Bedini Wheel Using Electromagnetic Flux Generation
- Automatic Mechanical Garage Door Opener
- Automatic Paper Cutting Machine Using Geneva Mechanism
- Design & Fabrication of Automated Punching Machine
- 2 Wheel Drive Forklift For Industry Warehouses
- Design & Fabrication of Attachable Wheelchair Automator
- Automated Portable Hammering Machine
- Automatic Seed Sowing Robot
- Faulty Product Detection And Separation System
- Dual Motor Electric Go-Kart For Rough Terrain
- Automated Coconut Scraping Machine
- Automated Double Hacksaw Project
- Pedal Powered Water Purifier Project
- Pulley Based Movable Crane Robot
- Push Based Box Transport Mechanism
- Rough Terrain Beetle Robot
- Smart Solar Grass Cutter With Lawn Coverage
- Single Stage Gear Reducer Project
- Torque Generator Mechanism
- High Performance Hovercraft With Power Turning
- Motorized 2 Wheel Scooter Project
- Fire Fighter Robot With Night Vision Camera
- Long Range Spy Robot With Night Vision
- Long Range Spy Robot With Obstacle Detection
- Long Range Spy Robot With Metal Detection
- Remote Controlled Automobile Using Rf
- Remote Controlled Robotic Arm Using Rf
- Android Controlled Robotic Arm
- Hand Motion Controlled Robotic Arm
- Hand Motion Controlled Robotic Vehicle
- Rf Controlled Spy Robot With Night Vision Camera
- Hovercraft Controlled By Android
- Fully Automated Solar Grass Cutter Robot
- Remote Controlled Pick & Place Robotic Vehicle
- MC Based Line Follower Robot
- Agricultural Robot Project
- Fire Fighter Robot Project
- RF Controlled Robotic Vehicle
- RF Controlled Robotic Vehicle With Metal Detection Project
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- Voice Controlled Robotic Vehicle
- Advanced Footstep Power Generation System
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List Of Project/Thesis Topics For M.E. /M.TECH Mechanical Engineers.
- STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF A FLAT
- BED VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF A FLATBED
- MECHANICAL AND THERMAL BUCKLING OF THIN FILMS
- FATIGUE RESISTANCE ANALYSIS OF A FUEL INJECTION COMPONENT
- DESIGN /ANALYSIS OF MACHINE TOOL ELEMENTS USING UNIGRAPHICS/ANSYS
- VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF A ROTARY COMPRESSOR
- FIELD PROBLEM OF A CABIN MOUNTING BRACKET OF LOAD-KING PRIDE
- DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF MINIATURE POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMP
- CAVITATION IN THE COOLING FLUID OF AN IC DIESEL ENGINE DUE TO FORCES GENERATED IN A PISTON-CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
- INVESTIGATIONS ON SLIDING CONTACT CHARACTERISTICS OF FRP COMPOSITE BEARINGS
- CUTTING DYNAMICS OF HIGH SPEED MACHINING OF THIN RIBBED STRUCTURES
- STABILITY ANALYSIS OF BALL BEARING CONSIDERING THE EFFECT OF WAVINESS IN BALL BEARING ASSEMBLY SYNOPSIS
- PRE-STRESSED MODAL ANALYSIS OF ENGINE SHROUD OF LAWN BOY ENGINE
- OPTIMIZATION OF DIE EXTRUSION PARAMETERS USING FEM.
- RANDOM VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF COMPRESSOR HOUSING:
- OPTIMUM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE DRIVE SHAFT FOR AN AUTOMOBILE
- STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF A REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR CRANK SHAFT
- STRUCTURAL STATIC ANALYSIS ON CRANKSHAFT BEARING ASSEMBLY
- MODAL ANALYSIS OF INTAKE MANIFOLD OF A CARBURETTOR
- STRUCTURAL STATIC ANALYSIS OF CYLINDER HEAD
- OPTIMIZATION OF THE JIG DESIGN
- MODAL ANALYSIS OF REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR CYLINDER HEAD
- MODAL ANALYSIS OF VALVE PLATES AND COMPARE THE RESULTS BETWEEN THE TWO VALVE PLATES.
- MODAL ANALYSIS OF SUCTION VALVE
- TO PERFORM STRUCTURAL STATIC ANALYSIS ON A CRANK SHAFT
- TO PERFORM STRUCTURAL STATIC ANALYSIS ON A FLANGE:
- SIMULATION OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMP PERFORCE USING CFD TOOL AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE PUMP FOR THE IMPROVED PERFORMANCE
- MODAL ANALYSIS OF MUFFLER GUARD
- Thermal analysis of Coolant Plumbing pipe
- HEAT TRANSFER IN THE CYLINDER HEAD OF A TWO-STROKE ENGINE
- Chasis design for HCV
- Analysis Of A C Class Adhesively Bonded Car Floor Structure Joints
- Analysis Of A C Class Spot Welded Car Floor Structure Joints
- Automotive System Design Of Lcv (Low Carbon Vehicle) Pick Up
- Briquette Manufacturing In A Controlled Environment And Its Effects On Combustion
- Crash Analysis Of Student Model Lcv Chassis For Low And High Speed Rear Impact
- Design And Analysis Of Battery Carrying Structure Of An Automobile For Static And Dynamic Loading
- Design Of Lcv (Low Carbon Vehicle) Diesel Hybrid Suv
- Front Crash Analysis Of Student Model Lcv Chassis
- Projects For Mechanical Engineering Students
- Regenerative Suspension System Retrofitted To The Vehicle
- Retrofit Kers (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) To Land Rover Vehicle
- Study And Research On Regenerative Braking System
- Study On Structural Behavior Of Automotive Muffler Through Fea
- Study On Thermal Behavior Of Automotive Muffler
- Study On Thermal Behavior Of Manifold Assembly
- Thermal Behavior Of Exhaust Manifold (Thermal Fatigue Analysis)
- Thermo Electric Energy Recovery System
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Mechanical Engineering Masters Theses Collection
Theses from 2023 2023.
Wind-Wave Misalignment Effects on Multiline Anchor Systems for Floating Offshore Wind Turbines , Doron T. Rose, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2022 2022
A Simplified Fluid Dynamics Model of Ultrafiltration , Christopher Cardimino, Mechanical Engineering
Local Nanomechanical Variations of Cold-sprayed Tantalum Coatings , Dhrubajyoti Chowdhury, Mechanical Engineering
Aerodynamically Augmented Air-Hockey Pucks , Madhukar Prasad, Mechanical Engineering
Analysis of Low-Induction Rotors for Increased Power Production , Jack E. Rees, Mechanical Engineering
Application of the New IEC International Design Standard for Offshore Wind Turbines to a Reference Site in the Massachusetts Offshore Wind Energy Area , Samuel C. Roach, Mechanical Engineering
Applications of Thermal Energy Storage with Electrified Heating and Cooling , Erich Ryan, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2021 2021
Design and Testing of a Foundation Raised Oscillating Surge Wave Energy Converter , Jacob R. Davis, Mechanical Engineering
Wind Turbine Power Production Estimation for Better Financial Agreements , Shanon Fan, Mechanical Engineering
Finite Element Analysis of Impact and Cohesion of Cold Sprayed Particles onto Non-Planar Surfaces , Zhongkui Liu, Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Design and Analysis: High-Precision Microcontact Printhead for Roll-to-Roll Printing of Flexible Electronics , Mehdi Riza, Mechanical Engineering
Jet Breakup Dynamics of Inkjet Printing Fluids , Kashyap Sundara Rajan, Mechanical Engineering
Ground Source Heat Pumps: Considerations for Large Facilities in Massachusetts , Eric Wagner, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2020 2020
Modeling of Electrical Grid Systems to Evaluate Sustainable Electricity Generation in Pakistan , Muhammad Mustafa Amjad, Mechanical Engineering
A Study on Latent Thermal Energy Storage (LTES) using Phase Change Materials (PCMs) 2020 , Ritvij Dixit, Mechanical Engineering
SunDown: Model-driven Per-Panel Solar Anomaly Detection for Residential Arrays , Menghong Feng, Mechanical Engineering
Nozzle Clogging Prevention and Analysis in Cold Spray , Alden Foelsche, Mechanical Engineering
Short Term Energy Forecasting for a Microgird Load using LSTM RNN , Akhil Soman, Mechanical Engineering
Optimization of Thermal Energy Storage Sizing Using Thermodynamic Analysis , Andrew Villanueva, Mechanical Engineering
Fabrication of Binder-Free Electrodes Based on Graphene Oxide with CNT for Decrease of Resistance , Di Zhang, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2019 2019
Computational Fluid Dynamics Models of Electromagnetic Levitation Experiments in Reduced Gravity , Gwendolyn Bracker, Mechanical Engineering
Forecasting the Cost of Electricity Generated by Offshore Wind Turbines , Timothy Costa, Mechanical Engineering
Optical-Fiber-Based Laser-Induced Cavitation for Dynamic Mechanical Characterization of Soft Materials , Qian Feng, Mechanical Engineering
On the Fuel Spray Applications of Multi-Phase Eulerian CFD Techniques , Gabriel Lev Jacobsohn, Mechanical Engineering
Topology Network Optimization of Facility Planning and Design Problems , Ravi Ratan Raj Monga, Mechanical Engineering
The Promise of VR Headsets: Validation of a Virtual Reality Headset-Based Driving Simulator for Measuring Drivers’ Hazard Anticipation Performance , Ganesh Pai Mangalore, Mechanical Engineering
Ammonia Production from a Non-Grid Connected Floating Offshore Wind-Farm: A System-Level Techno-Economic Review , Vismay V. Parmar, Mechanical Engineering
Calculation of Scalar Isosurface Area and Applications , Kedar Prashant Shete, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2018 2018
Electroplating of Copper on Tungsten Powder , Richard Berdos, Mechanical Engineering
A NUMERICAL FLUTTER PREDICTOR FOR 3D AIRFOILS USING THE ONERA DYNAMIC STALL MODEL , Pieter Boersma, Mechanical Engineering
Streamwise Flow-Induced Oscillations of Bluff Bodies - The Influence of Symmetry Breaking , Tyler Gurian, Mechanical Engineering
Thermal Radiation Measurement and Development of Tunable Plasmonic Thermal Emitter Using Strain-induced Buckling in Metallic Layers , Amir Kazemi-Moridani, Mechanical Engineering
Restructuring Controllers to Accommodate Plant Nonlinearities , Kushal Sahare, Mechanical Engineering
Application and Evaluation of Lighthouse Technology for Precision Motion Capture , Soumitra Sitole, Mechanical Engineering
High Strain Rate Dynamic Response of Aluminum 6061 Micro Particles at Elevated Temperatures and Varying Oxide Thicknesses of Substrate Surface , Carmine Taglienti, Mechanical Engineering
The Effects of Mechanical Loading and Tumor Factors on Osteocyte Dendrite Formation , Wenbo Wang, Mechanical Engineering
Microenvironment Regulates Fusion of Breast Cancer Cells , Peiran Zhu, Mechanical Engineering
Design for Sustainability through a Life Cycle Assessment Conceptual Framework Integrated within Product Lifecycle Management , Renpeng Zou, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2017 2017
Improving the Efficiency of Wind Farm Turbines using External Airfoils , Shujaut Bader, Mechanical Engineering
Evaluation Of Impedance Control On A Powered Hip Exoskeleton , Punith condoor, Mechanical Engineering
Experimental Study on Viscoelastic Fluid-Structure Interactions , Anita Anup Dey, Mechanical Engineering
BMI, Tumor Lesion and Probability of Femur Fracture: a Probabilistic Biomechanics Approach , Zhi Gao, Mechanical Engineering
A Magnetic Resonance Compatible Knee Extension Ergometer , Youssef Jaber, Mechanical Engineering
Non-Equispaced Fast Fourier Transforms in Turbulence Simulation , Aditya M. Kulkarni, Mechanical Engineering
INCORPORATING SEASONAL WIND RESOURCE AND ELECTRICITY PRICE DATA INTO WIND FARM MICROSITING , Timothy A. Pfeiffer, Mechanical Engineering
Effects of Malformed or Absent Valves to Lymphatic Fluid Transport and Lymphedema in Vivo in Mice , Akshay S. Pujari, Mechanical Engineering
Electroless Deposition & Electroplating of Nickel on Chromium-Nickel Carbide Powder , Jeffrey Rigali, Mechanical Engineering
Numerical Simulation of Multi-Phase Core-Shell Molten Metal Drop Oscillations , Kaushal Sumaria, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2016 2016
Cold Gas Dynamic Spray – Characterization of Polymeric Deposition , Trenton Bush, Mechanical Engineering
Intent Recognition Of Rotation Versus Translation Movements In Human-Robot Collaborative Manipulation Tasks , Vinh Q. Nguyen, Mechanical Engineering
A Soft Multiple-Degree of Freedom Load Cell Based on The Hall Effect , Qiandong Nie, Mechanical Engineering
A Haptic Surface Robot Interface for Large-Format Touchscreen Displays , Mark Price, Mechanical Engineering
Numerical Simulation of High Velocity Impact of a Single Polymer Particle during Cold Spray Deposition , Sagar P. Shah, Mechanical Engineering
Tunable Plasmonic Thermal Emitter Using Metal-Coated Elastomeric Structures , Robert Zando, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2015 2015
Thermodynamic Analysis of the Application of Thermal Energy Storage to a Combined Heat and Power Plant , Benjamin McDaniel, Mechanical Engineering
Towards a Semantic Knowledge Management Framework for Laminated Composites , Vivek Premkumar, Mechanical Engineering
A CONTINOUS ROTARY ACTUATION MECHANISM FOR A POWERED HIP EXOSKELETON , Matthew C. Ryder, Mechanical Engineering
Optimal Topological Arrangement of Queues in Closed Finite Queueing Networks , Lening Wang, Mechanical Engineering
Creating a New Model to Predict Cooling Tower Performance and Determining Energy Saving Opportunities through Economizer Operation , Pranav Yedatore Venkatesh, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2014 2014
New Generator Control Algorithms for Smart-Bladed Wind Turbines to Improve Power Capture in Below Rated Conditions , Bryce B. Aquino, Mechanical Engineering
UBOT-7: THE DESIGN OF A COMPLIANT DEXTEROUS MOBILE MANIPULATOR , Jonathan Cummings, Mechanical Engineering
Design and Control of a Two-Wheeled Robotic Walker , Airton R. da Silva Jr., Mechanical Engineering
Free Wake Potential Flow Vortex Wind Turbine Modeling: Advances in Parallel Processing and Integration of Ground Effects , Nathaniel B. Develder, Mechanical Engineering
Buckling of Particle-Laden Interfaces , Theo Dias Kassuga, Mechanical Engineering
Modeling Dynamic Stall for a Free Vortex Wake Model of a Floating Offshore Wind Turbine , Evan M. Gaertner, Mechanical Engineering
An Experimental Study of the C-Start of a Mechanical Fish , Benjamin Kandaswamy Chinna Thambi, Mechanical Engineering
Measurement and Verification - Retro-Commissioning of a LEED Gold Rated Building Through Means of an Energy Model: Are Aggressive Energy Simulation Models Reliable? , Justin M. Marmaras, Mechanical Engineering
Development of a Support Structure for Multi-Rotor Wind Turbines , Gaurav Murlidhar Mate, Mechanical Engineering
Towards Accessible, Usable Knowledge Frameworks in Engineering , Jeffrey Mcpherson, Mechanical Engineering
A Consistent Algorithm for Implementing the Space Conservation Law , Venkata Pavan Pillalamarri Narasimha Rao, Mechanical Engineering
Kinetics of Aluminization and Homogenization in Wrought H-X750 Nickel-Base Superalloy , Sean Reilly, Mechanical Engineering
Single-Phase Turbulent Enthalpy Transport , Bradley J. Shields, Mechanical Engineering
CFD Simulation of the Flow around NREL Phase VI Wind Turbine , Yang Song, Mechanical Engineering
Selection of Outputs for Distributed Parameter Systems by Identifiability Analysis in the Time-scale Domain , Teergele, Mechanical Engineering
The Optimization of Offshore Wind Turbine Towers Using Passive Tuned Mass Dampers , Onur Can Yilmaz, Mechanical Engineering
Design of a Passive Exoskeleton Spine , Haohan Zhang, Mechanical Engineering
TURBULENT TRANSITION IN ELECTROMAGNETICALLY LEVITATED LIQUID METAL DROPLETS , Jie Zhao, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2013 2013
Optimization of Mixing in a Simulated Biomass Bed Reactor with a Center Feeding Tube , Michael T. Blatnik, Mechanical Engineering
Continued Development of a Chilled Water System Analysis Tool for Energy Conservation Measures Evaluation , Ghanshyam Gaudani, Mechanical Engineering
Application of Finite Element Method in Protein Normal Mode Analysis , Chiung-fang Hsu, Mechanical Engineering
Asymmetric Blade Spar for Passive Aerodynamic Load Control , Charles Mcclelland, Mechanical Engineering
Background and Available Potential Energy in Numerical Simulations of a Boussinesq Fluid , Shreyas S. Panse, Mechanical Engineering
Techno-Economic Analysis of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems Used as an Electricity Storage Technology in a Wind Farm with Large Amounts of Intermittent Energy , Yash Sanghai, Mechanical Engineering
Multi Rotor Wind Turbine Design And Cost Scaling , Preeti Verma, Mechanical Engineering
Activity Intent Recognition of the Torso Based on Surface Electromyography and Inertial Measurement Units , Zhe Zhang, Mechanical Engineering
Theses from 2012 2012
Simulations of Non-Contact Creep in Regimes of Mixed Dominance , Maija Benitz, Mechanical Engineering
Techniques for Industrial Implementation of Emerging Semantic Technologies , Jay T. Breindel, Mechanical Engineering
Environmental Impacts Due to Fixed and Floating Offshore Wind Turbines , Micah K. Brewer, Mechanical Engineering
Physical Model of the Feeding Strike of the Mantis Shrimp , Suzanne M. Cox, Mechanical Engineering
Investigating the Relationship Between Material Property Axes and Strain Orientations in Cebus Apella Crania , Christine M. Dzialo, Mechanical Engineering
A Multi-Level Hierarchical Finite Element Model for Capillary Failure in Soft Tissue , Lu Huang, Mechanical Engineering
Finite Element Analysis of a Femur to Deconstruct the Design Paradox of Bone Curvature , Sameer Jade, Mechanical Engineering
Vortex-Induced Vibrations of an Inclined Cylinder in Flow , Anil B. Jain, Mechanical Engineering
Experimental Study of Stability Limits for Slender Wind Turbine Blades , Shruti Ladge, Mechanical Engineering
Semi-Active Damping for an Intelligent Adaptive Ankle Prosthesis , Andrew K. Lapre, Mechanical Engineering
A Finite Volume Approach For Cure Kinetics Simulation , Wei Ma, Mechanical Engineering
Effect of Slip on Flow Past Superhydrophobic Cylinders , Pranesh Muralidhar, Mechanical Engineering
High Speed Flow Simulation in Fuel Injector Nozzles , Sukanta Rakshit, Mechanical Engineering
A Nonlinear Model for Wind-Induced Oscillations of Trees , Lakshmi Narayanan Ramanujam, Mechanical Engineering
Vibration Reduction of Offshore Wind Turbines Using Tuned Liquid Column Dampers , Colin Roderick, Mechanical Engineering
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Theses/dissertations from 2023 2023.
Metachronal Locomotion: Swimming, Scaling, and Schooling , Kuvvat Garayev
A Human-in-the-Loop Robot Grasping System with Grasp Quality Refinement , Tian Tan
Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022
Health Effects of Oil Spills and Dispersal of Oil Droplets and Zooplankton by Langmuir Cells , Sanjib Gurung
Estimating the As-Placed Grout Volume of Auger Cast Piles , Tristen Mee
Hybrid RANS-LES Hemolytic Power Law Modeling of the FDA Blood Pump , Joseph Tarriela
Theses/Dissertations from 2021 2021
Dynamic Loading Directed Neural Stem Cell Differentiation , Abdullah Revaha Akdemir
An Investigation of Cross-links on Crystallization and Degradation in a Novel, PhotoCross-linkable Poly (Lactic Acid) System , Nicholas Baksh
A Framework to Aid Decision Making for Smart Manufacturing Technologies in Small-and Medium-Sized Enterprises , Purvee Bhatia
Formation of Gas Jets and Vortex Rings from Bursting Bubbles: Visualization, Kinematics, and Fluid Dynamics , Ali A. Dasouqi
Development of Carbon and Silicon Carbide Based Microelectrode Implantable Neural Interfaces , Chenyin Feng
Sulfate Optimization in the Cement-Slag Blended System Based on Calorimetry and Strength Studies , Mustafa Fincan
Interrelation of Thermal Stimulation with Haptic Perception, Emotion, and Memory , Mehdi Hojatmadani
Modeling the Ambient Conditions of a Manufacturing Environment Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) , Yang Liu
Flow Visualization and Aerosol Characterization of Respiratory Jets Exhaled from a Mannequin Simulator , Sindhu Reddy Mutra
A Constitutive-Based Deep Learning Model for the Identification of Active Contraction Parameters of the Left Ventricular Myocardium , Igor Augusto Paschoalotte Nobrega
Sensible/Latent Hybrid Thermal Energy Storage for the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Brayton Cycle , Kelly Osterman
Evaluating the Performance of Devices Engineering to Quantify the FARS Test , Harsh Patel
Event-Triggered Control Architectures for Scheduling Information Exchange in Uncertain and Multiagent Systems , Stefan Ristevski
Theses/Dissertations from 2020 2020
Experimental Investigation of Liquid Height Estimation and Simulation Verification of Bolt Tension Quantification Using Surface Acoustic Waves , Hani Alhazmi
Investigation of Navigation Systems for Size, Cost, and Mass Constrained Satellites , Omar Awad
Simulation and Verification of Phase Change Materials for Thermal Energy Storage , Marwan Mosubah Belaed
Control of a Human Arm Robotic Unit Using Augmented Reality and Optimized Kinematics , Carlo Canezo
Manipulation and Patterning of Mammalian Cells Using Vibrations and Acoustic Forces , Joel Cooper
Stable Adaptive Control Systems in the Presence of Unmodeled and Actuator Dynamics , Kadriye Merve Dogan
The Design and Development of a Wrist-Hand Orthosis , Amber Gatto
ROBOAT - Rescue Operations Bot Operating in All Terrains , Akshay Gulhane
Mitigation of Electromigration in Metal Interconnects Passivated by Ångstrom-Thin 2D Materials , Yunjo Jeong
Swimming of Pelagic Snails: Kinematics and Fluid Dynamics , Ferhat Karakas
Functional Gait Asymmetries Achieved Through Modeling and Understanding the Interaction of Multiple Gait Modulations , Fatemeh Rasouli
Distributed Control of Multiagent Systems under Heterogeneity , Selahattin Burak Sarsilmaz
Design and Implementation of Intuitive Human-robot Teleoperation Interfaces , Lei Wu
Laser Micropatterning Effects on Corrosion Resistance of Pure Magnesium Surfaces , Yahya Efe Yayoglu
Theses/Dissertations from 2019 2019
Synthesis and Characterization of Molybdenum Disulfide/Conducting Polymer Nanocomposite Materials for Supercapacitor Applications , Turki S. Alamro
Design of Shape-Morphing Structures Consisting of Bistable Compliant Mechanisms , Rami Alfattani
Low Temperature Multi Effects Desalination-Mechanical Vapor Compression Powered by Supercritical Organic Rankine Cycle , Eydhah Almatrafi
Experimental Results of a Model Reference Adaptive Control Approach on an Interconnected Uncertain Dynamical System , Kemberly Cespedes
Modeling of Buildings with Electrochromic Windows and Thermochromic Roofs , Hua-Ting Kao
Design and Testing of Experimental Langmuir Turbulence Facilities , Zongze Li
Solar Thermal Geothermal Hybrid System With a Bottoming Supercritical Organic Rankine Cycle , Francesca Moloney
Design and Testing of a Reciprocating Wind Harvester , Ahmet Topcuoglu
Distributed Spatiotemporal Control and Dynamic Information Fusion for Multiagent Systems , Dzung Minh Duc Tran
Controlled Wetting Using Ultrasonic Vibration , Matthew A. Trapuzzano
On Distributed Control of Multiagent Systems under Adverse Conditions , Emre Yildirim
Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018
Synthesis and Characterization of Alpha-Hematite Nanomaterials for Water-Splitting Applications , Hussein Alrobei
Control of Uncertain Dynamical Systems with Spatial and Temporal Constraints , Ehsan Arabi
Simulation and Optimization of a Sheathless Size-Based Acoustic Particle Separator , Shivaraman Asoda
Simulation of Radiation Flux from Thermal Fluid in Origami Tubes , Robert R. Bebeau
Toward Verifiable Adaptive Control Systems: High-Performance and Robust Architectures , Benjamin Charles Gruenwald
Developing Motion Platform Dynamics for Studying Biomechanical Responses During Exercise for Human Spaceflight Applications , Kaitlin Lostroscio
Design and Testing of a Linear Compliant Mechanism with Adjustable Force Output , William Niemeier
Investigation of Thermal History in Large Area Projection Sintering, an Additive Manufacturing Technology , Justin Nussbaum
Acoustic Source Localization with a VTOL sUAV Deployable Module , Kory Olney
Defect Detection in Additive Manufacturing Utilizing Long Pulse Thermography , James Pierce
Design and Testing of a Passive Prosthetic Ankle Foot Optimized to Mimic an Able-Bodied Gait , Millicent Schlafly
Simulation of Turbulent Air Jet Impingement for Commercial Cooking Applications , Shantanu S. Shevade
Materials and Methods to Fabricate Porous Structures Using Additive Manufacturing Techniques , Mohsen Ziaee
Theses/Dissertations from 2017 2017
Large Area Sintering Test Platform Design and Preliminary Study on Cross Sectional Resolution , Christopher J. Gardiner
Enhanced Visible Light Photocatalytic Remediation of Organics in Water Using Zinc Oxide and Titanium Oxide Nanostructures , Srikanth Gunti
Heat Flux Modeling of Asymmetrically Heated and Cooled Thermal Stimuli , Matthew Hardy
Simulation of Hemiparetic Function Using a Knee Orthosis with Variable Impedance and a Proprioception Interference Apparatus , Christina-Anne Kathleen Lahiff
Synthesis, Characterization, and Application of Molybdenum Oxide Nanomaterials , Michael S. McCrory
Effects of Microstructure and Alloy Concentration on the Corrosion and Tribocorrosion Resistance of Al-Mn and WE43 Mg Alloys , Hesham Y. Saleh Mraied
Novel Transducer Calibration and Simulation Verification of Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) Channels on Acoustic Microfluidic Devices , Scott T. Padilla
Force Compensation and Recreation Accuracy in Humans , Benjamin Rigsby
Experimental Evaluation of Cooling Effectiveness and Water Conservation in a Poultry House Using Flow Blurring ® Atomizers , Rafael M. Rodriguez
Media Velocity Considerations in Pleated Air Filtration , Frederik Carl Schousboe
Orthoplanar Spring Based Compliant Force/Torque Sensor for Robot Force Control , Jerry West
Experimental Study of High-Temperature Range Latent Heat Thermal Energy Storage , Chatura Wickramaratne
Theses/Dissertations from 2016 2016
Al/Ti Nanostructured Multilayers: from Mechanical, Tribological, to Corrosion Properties , Sina Izadi
Molybdenum Disulfide-Conducting Polymer Composite Structures for Electrochemical Biosensor Applications , Hongxiang Jia
Waterproofing Shape-Changing Mechanisms Using Origami Engineering; Also a Mechanical Property Evaluation Approach for Rapid Prototyping , Andrew Jason Katz
Hydrogen Effects on X80 Steel Mechanical Properties Measured by Tensile and Impact Testing , Xuan Li
Application and Analysis of Asymmetrical Hot and Cold Stimuli , Ahmad Manasrah
Droplet-based Mechanical Actuator Utilizing Electrowetting Effect , Qi Ni
Experimental and Computational Study on Fracture Mechanics of Multilayered Structures , Hai Thanh Tran
Designing the Haptic Interface for Morse Code , Michael Walker
Optimization and Characterization of Integrated Microfluidic Surface Acoustic Wave Sensors and Transducers , Tao Wang
Corrosion Characteristics of Magnesium under Varying Surface Roughness Conditions , Yahya Efe Yayoglu
Theses/Dissertations from 2015 2015
Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ) Emissions, Human Energy, and Cultural Perceptions Associated with Traditional and Improved Methods of Shea Butter Processing in Ghana, West Africa , Emily Adams
Experimental Investigation of Encapsulated Phase Change Materials for Thermal Energy Storage , Tanvir E. Alam
Design Of Shape Morphing Structures Using Bistable Elements , Ahmad Alqasimi
Heat Transfer Analysis of Slot Jet Impingement onto Roughened Surfaces , Rashid Ali Alshatti
Systems Approach to Producing Electrospun Polyvinylidene Difluoride Fiber Webs with Controlled Fiber Structure and Functionality , Brian D. Bell
Self-Assembly Kinetics of Microscale Components: A Parametric Evaluation , Jose Miguel Carballo
Measuring Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) Mechanical Properties Using Flat Punch Nanoindentation Focusing on Obtaining Full Contact , Federico De Paoli
A Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Flow Induced Noise In Hydraulic Counterbalance Valves , Mutasim Mohamed Elsheikh
An Experimental Study on Passive Dynamic Walking , Philip Andrew Hatzitheodorou
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The Best Mechanical Engineering Dissertation Topics and Titles
Published by Carmen Troy at January 5th, 2023 , Revised On August 18, 2023
Engineering is a vast subject that encompasses different branches for a student to choose from. Mechanical engineering is one of these branches. Writing a mechanical engineering dissertation from scratch is a difficult task due to the complexities involved, but the job is still not impossible.
Are you looking to select the best mechanical engineering dissertation topic for your dissertation? To help you get started with brainstorming for mechanical engineering dissertation topics, we have developed a list of the latest topics that can be used for writing your mechanical engineering dissertation.
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2022 Mechanical Engineering Research Topics
Topic 1: an investigation into the applications of iot in autonomous and connected vehicles.
Research Aim: The research aims to investigate the applications of IoT in autonomous and connected vehicles
- To analyse the applications of IoT in mechanical engineering
- To evaluate the communication technologies in autonomous and connected vehicles.
- To investigate how IoT facilitates the interaction of smart devices in autonomous and connected vehicles
Topic 2: Evaluation of the impact of combustion of alternative liquid fuels on the internal combustion engines of automobiles
Research Aim: The research aims to evaluate the impact of the combustion of alternative liquid fuels on the internal combustion engines of automobiles
- To analyse the types of alternative liquid fuels for vehicles and their implications
- To investigate the benchmarking of alternative liquid fuels based on the principles of combustion performance.
- To evaluate the impact of combustion of alternative liquid fuels on the internal combustion engines of automobiles with conventional engines
Topic 3: An evaluation of the design and control effectiveness of production engineering on rapid prototyping and intelligent manufacturing
Research Aim: The research aims to evaluate the design and control effectiveness of production engineering on rapid prototyping and intelligent manufacturing
- To analyse the principles of design and control effectiveness of production engineering.
- To determine the principles of rapid prototyping and intelligent manufacturing for ensuring quality and performance effectiveness
- To evaluate the impact of production engineering on the design and control effectiveness of rapid prototyping and intelligent manufacturing.
Topic 4: Investigating the impact of industrial quality control on the quality, reliability and maintenance in industrial manufacturing
Research Aim: The research aims to investigate the impact of industrial quality control on the quality, reliability and maintenance in industrial manufacturing
- To analyse the concept and international standards associated with industrial quality control.
- To determine the strategies of maintaining quality, reliability and maintenance in manufacturing.
- To investigate the impact of industrial quality control on the quality, reliability and maintenance in industrial manufacturing.
Topic 5: Analysis of the impact of AI on intelligent control and precision of mechanical manufacturing
Research Aim: The research aims to analyse the impact of AI on intelligent control and precision of mechanical manufacturing
- To analyse the applications of AI on mechanical manufacturing
- To evaluate the methods of intelligent control and precision of the manufacturing
- To investigate the impact of AI on intelligent control and precision of mechanical manufacturing for ensuring quality and reliability
Covid-19 Mechanical Engineering Research Topics
Investigate the impacts of coronavirus on mechanical engineering and mechanical engineers..
Research Aim: This research will focus on identifying the impacts of Coronavirus on mechanical engineering and mechanical engineers, along with its possible solutions.
Research to study the contribution of mechanical engineers to combat a COVID-19 pandemic
Research Aim: This study will identify the contributions of mechanical engineers to combat the COVID-19 pandemic highlighting the challenges faced by them and their outcomes. How far did their contributions help combat the Coronavirus pandemic?
Research to know about the transformation of industries after the pandemic.
Research Aim: The study aims to investigate the transformation of industries after the pandemic. The study will answer questions such as, how manufacturing industries will transform after COVID-19? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages.
Damage caused by Coronavirus to supply chain of manufacturing industries
Research Aim: The focus of the study will be on identifying the damage caused to the supply chain of manufacturing industries due to the COVID-19 pandemic. What measures are taken to recover the loss and to ensure the continuity of business?
Research to identify the contribution of mechanical engineers in running the business through remote working.
Research Aim: This study will identify whether remote working is an effective way to recover the loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic? What are its advantages and disadvantages? What steps should be taken to overcome the challenges faced by remote workers?
Mechanical Dissertation Topics of 2021
Topic 1: mini powdered metal design and fabrication for mini development of waste aluminium cannes and fabrication.
Research Aim: The research will focus on producing and manufacturing copula furnaces and aluminium atomizers with available materials to manufacture aluminium powder metal.0.4 kg of refined coke will be chosen to measure content and energy balance and calculate the design values used to produce the drawings.
Topic 2: Interaction between the Fluid, Acoustic, and vibrations
Research Aim: This research aims to focus on the interaction between the Fluid, Acoustic, and vibrations
Topic 3: Combustion and Energy Systems.
Research Aim: This research aims to identify the relationship between Combustion and Energy Systems
Topic 4: Study on the Design and Manufacturing
Research Aim: This research will focus on the importance of design and manufacturing
Topic 5: Revolution in the Design Engineering
Research Aim: This research aims to highlight the advances in design engineering
Best Mechanical Dissertation Topics of 2021
Topic 1: an overview of the different research trends in the field of mechanical engineering..
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse the main topics of mechanical engineering explored by other researchers in the last decade and the research methods. The data used is accumulated from the years 2009 to 2019. The data used for this research is used from the “Applied Mechanics Review” magazine.
Topic 2: The Engineering Applications of Mechanical Metamaterials.
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse the different properties of various mechanical metamaterials and how they can be used in mechanical engineering. This research will also discuss the potential uses of these materials in other industries and future developments in this field.
Topic 3: The Mechanical Behaviour of Materials.
Research Aim: This research will look into the properties of selected materials for the formation of a product. The study will take the results of tests that have already been carried out on the materials. The materials will be categorised into two classes from the already prepared results, namely destructive and non-destructive. The further uses of the non-destructive materials will be discussed briefly.
Topic 4: Evaluating and Assessment of the Flammable and Mechanical Properties of Magnesium Oxide as a Material for SLS Process.
Research Aim: The research will evaluate the different properties of magnesium oxide (MgO) and its potential use as a raw material for the SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) process. The flammability and other mechanical properties will be analysed.
Topic 5: Analysing the Mechanical Characteristics of 3-D Printed Composites.
Research Aim: This research will study the various materials used in 3-D printing and their composition. This research will discuss the properties of different printing materials and compare the harms and benefits of using each material.
Topic 6: Evaluation of a Master Cylinder and Its Use.
Research Aim: This research will take an in-depth analysis of a master cylinder. The material used to create the cylinder, along with its properties, will be discussed. The use of the master cylinder in mechanical engineering will also be explained.
Topic 7: Manufacturing Pearlitic Rail Steel After Re-Modelling Its Mechanical Properties.
Research Aim: This research will look into the use of modified Pearlitic rail steel in railway transportation. Modifications of tensile strength, the supported weight, and impact toughness will be analysed. Results of previously applied tests will be used.
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Electro-Mechanical Dissertation Topics
Topic 8: studying the electro-mechanical properties of multi-functional glass fibre/epoxy reinforced composites..
Research Aim: This research will study the properties of epoxy reinforced glass fibres and their use in modern times. Features such as tensile strength and tensile resistance will be analysed under different current strengths. Results from previous tests already carried out will be used to explain their properties.
Topic 9: Comparing The Elastic Modules of Different Materials at Different Strain Rates and Temperatures.
Research Aim: This research will compare and contrast a selected group of materials and look into their elastic modules. The modules used are the results taken from previously carried out experiments. This will explain why a particular material is used for a specific purpose.
Topic 10: Analysing The Change in The Porosity and Mechanical Properties of Concrete When Mixed With Coconut Sawdust.
Research Aim: This research will analyse the properties of concrete that are altered when mixed with coconut sawdust. Porosity and other mechanical properties will be evaluated using the results of previous experiments. The use of this type of concrete in the construction industry will also be discussed.
Topic 11: Evaluation of The Thermal Resistance of Select Materials in Mechanical Contact at Sub-Ambient Temperatures.
Research Aim: In this research, a close evaluation of the difference in thermal resistance of certain materials when they come in contact with a surface at sub-ambient temperature. The properties of the materials at the temperature will be noted. Results from previously carried out experiments will be used. The use of these materials will be discussed and explained, as well.
Topic 12: Analysing The Mechanical Properties of a Composite Sandwich by Using The Bending Test.
Research Aim: In this research, we will analyse the mechanical properties of the components of a composite sandwich through the use of the bending test. The results of the tests previously carried out will be used. The research will take an in-depth evaluation of the mechanical properties of the sandwich and explain the means that it is used in modern industries.
Mechanical Properities Dissertation Topics
Topic 13: studying the mechanical and durability property of magnesium silicate hydrate binders in concrete..
Research Aim: In this research, we will evaluate the difference in durability and mechanical properties between regular concrete binders and magnesium silicate hydrate binders. The difference between the properties of both binders will indicate which binder is better for concrete. Features such as tensile strength and weight it can support are compared.
Topic 14: The Use of Submersible Pumping Systems.
Research Aim: This research will aim to analyse the use of a submersible pumping system in machine systems. The materials used to make the system, as well as the mechanical properties it possesses, will be discussed.
Topic 15: The Function of a Breather Device for Internal combustion Engines.
Research Aim: In this research, the primary function of a breather device for an internal combustion engine is discussed. The placement of this device in the system, along with its importance, is explained. The effects on the internal combustion engine if the breather device is removed will also be observed.
Topic 16: To Study The Compression and Tension Behaviour of Hollow Polyester Monofilaments.
Research Aim: This research will focus on the study of selected mechanical properties of hollow polyester monofilaments. In this case, the compression and tension behaviour of the filaments is studied. These properties are considered in order to explore the future use of these filaments in the textile industry and other related industries.
Topic 17: Evaluating the Mechanical Properties of Carbon-Nanotube-Reinforced Cementous Materials.
Research Aim: This research will focus on selecting the proper carbon nanotube type, which will be able to improve the mechanical properties of cementitious materials. Changes in the length, diameter, and weight-based concentration of the nanotubes will be noted when analysing the difference in the mechanical properties. One character of the nanotubes will be of optimal value while the other two will be altered. Results of previous experiments will be used.
Topic 18: To Evaluate the Process of Parallel Compression in LNG Plants Using a Positive Displacement Compressor
Research Aim: This research aims to evaluate a system and method in which the capacity and efficiency of the process of liquefaction of natural gas can avoid bottlenecking in its refrigerant compressing system. Advantages of the parallel compression system in the oil and gas industry will be discussed.
Topic 19: Applying Particulate Palm Kernel Shell Reinforced Epoxy Composites for Automobiles.
Research Aim: In this research, the differences made in applying palm kernel shell particulate to reinforced epoxy composites for the manufacturing of automobile parts will be examined. Properties such as impact toughness, wear resistance, flexural, tensile, and water resistance will be analysed carefully. The results of the previous tests will be used. The potential use of this material will also be discussed.
Topic 20: Changes Observed in The Mechanical Properties of Kevlar KM2-600 Due to Abrasions.
Research Aim: This research will focus on observing the changes in the mechanical properties of Kevlar KM2-600 in comparison to two different types of S glass tows (AGY S2 and Owens Corning Shield Strand S). The surface damage, along with fiber breakage, will be noted among all three fibers. The effects of the abrasions on all three fibers will be emphasised. The use of Kevlar KM2 and the other S glass tows will also be discussed along with other potential applications.
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Industrial Application of Mechanical Engineering Dissertation Topics
Topic 1: the function of a fuel injector device..
Research Aim: This research focuses on the function of a fuel injector device and why this component is necessary for the system of an internal combustion engine. The importance of this device will be explained. The adverse effects on the entire system if the equipment is either faulty or completely removed will also be discussed.
Topic 2: To Solve Optimization Problems in a Mechanical Design by The Principles of Uncertainty.
Research Aim: This research will aim to formulate an optimization in a mechanical design under the influence of uncertainty. This will create an efficient tool that is based on the conditions of each optimization under the risk. This will save time and allow the designer to obtain new information in regards to the stability of the performance of his design under the uncertainties.
Topic 3: Analysing The Applications of Recycled Polycarbonate Particle Materials and Their Mechanical Properties.
Research Aim: This research will evaluate the mechanical properties of different polycarbonate materials and their potential to be recycled. The materials with the ability to be recycled are then further examined for potential use as a 3-dimensional printing material. The temperature of the printer’s nozzle along with the nozzle velocity matrix from previous experiments is used to evaluate the tensile strengths of the printed material. Other potential uses of these materials are also discussed.
Topic 4: The Process of Locating a Lightning Strike on a Wind Turbine.
Research Aim: This research will provide a detailed explanation of the process of detecting a lightning strike on a wind turbine. The measurement of the magnitude of the lightning strike, along with recognising the affected area will be explained. The proper method employed to rectify the damage that occurred by the strike will also be discussed.
Topic 5: Importance of a Heat Recovery Component in an Internal Combustion Engine for an Exhaust Gas System.
Research Aim: The research will take an in-depth evaluation of the different mechanics of a heat recovery component in an exhaust gas system. The functions of the different parts of the heat recovery component will be explained along with the importance of the entire element itself. The adverse effect of a faulty defected heat recovery component will also be explained.
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As a student of mechanical engineering looking to get good grades, it is essential to develop new ideas and experiment on existing mechanical engineering theories – i.e., to add value and interest in the topic of your research.
The field of mechanical engineering is vast and interrelated to so many other academic disciplines like civil engineering , construction , law , and even healthcare . That is why it is imperative to create a mechanical engineering dissertation topic that is articular, sound, and actually solves a practical problem that may be rampant in the field.
We can’t stress how important it is to develop a logical research topic; it is the basis of your entire research. There are several significant downfalls to getting your topic wrong; your supervisor may not be interested in working on it, the topic has no academic creditability, the research may not make logical sense, there is a possibility that the study is not viable.
This impacts your time and efforts in writing your dissertation as you may end up in the cycle of rejection at the very initial stage of the dissertation. That is why we recommend reviewing existing research to develop a topic, taking advice from your supervisor, and even asking for help in this particular stage of your dissertation.
Keeping our advice in mind while developing a research topic will allow you to pick one of the best mechanical engineering dissertation topics that not only fulfill your requirement of writing a research paper but also adds to the body of knowledge.
Therefore, it is recommended that when finalizing your dissertation topic, you read recently published literature in order to identify gaps in the research that you may help fill.
Remember- dissertation topics need to be unique, solve an identified problem, be logical, and can also be practically implemented. Take a look at some of our sample mechanical engineering dissertation topics to get an idea for your own dissertation.
How to Structure your Mechanical Engineering Dissertation
A well-structured dissertation can help students to achieve a high overall academic grade.
- A Title Page
- Abstract: A summary of the research completed
- Table of Contents
- Introduction : This chapter includes the project rationale, research background, key research aims and objectives, and the research problems to be addressed. An outline of the structure of a dissertation can also be added to this chapter.
- Literature Review : This chapter presents relevant theories and frameworks by analysing published and unpublished literature available on the chosen research topic, in light of research questions to be addressed. The purpose is to highlight and discuss the relative weaknesses and strengths of the selected research area whilst identifying any research gaps. Break down of the topic, and key terms can have a positive impact on your dissertation and your tutor.
- Methodology: The data collection and analysis methods and techniques employed by the researcher are presented in the Methodology chapter which usually includes research design, research philosophy, research limitations, code of conduct, ethical consideration, data collection methods, and data analysis strategy .
- Findings and Analysis: Findings of the research are analysed in detail under the Findings and Analysis chapter. All key findings/results are outlined in this chapter without interpreting the data or drawing any conclusions. It can be useful to include graphs , charts, and tables in this chapter to identify meaningful trends and relationships.
- Discussion and Conclusion: The researcher presents his interpretation of results in this chapter, and states whether the research hypothesis has been verified or not. An essential aspect of this section of the paper is to draw a linkage between the results and evidence from the literature. Recommendations with regards to implications of the findings and directions for the future may also be provided. Finally, a summary of the overall research, along with final judgments, opinions, and comments, must be included in the form of suggestions for improvement.
- References: This should be completed in accordance with your University’s requirements
- Appendices: Any additional information, diagrams, graphs that were used to complete the dissertation but not part of the dissertation should be included in the Appendices chapter. Essentially, the purpose is to expand the information/data.
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