Summer Internship | Design & Development of ATV | Greater Noida

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G.L. Bajaj Institute of Technology & Management

Plot No.2, Knowledge Park III

Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201306

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Attendees will get the opportunity to design, build and test their vehicle.

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DESIGN

BUILD

RACE.

Design and Fabricate you own ATV with Achilles Racing Club and Koshi Motors & Fabrication.

This summer we are coming up with a 15 Days internship program where you can design, build and test run your vehicle right from the scratch.

WHY THIS COURSE?

• This course aims to provide you with a sound understanding of the fundamental scientific, engineering and managerial principles involved in motorsport, and their implementation within a high performance technology context.

• You will cover design, construction and operation of competition vehicles, and related aspects of materials science, aerodynamics, structural analysis, vehicle systems, and management techniques related to motorsport.

• You will be taught the skills required for the planning, execution and reporting of motorsport projects and to prepare them for a variety of roles in motorsport.

TEACHING & LEARNING

Teaching methods include lectures, seminars to provide a sound theoretical base, and practical work, designed to demonstrate important aspects of theory or systems operation. Visiting speakers from business and motorsport industry provide valuable insights.

This course provides you with the skills to deliver results in an ever-changing industry. You will benefit from a research-led culture, which informs our teaching. Our expertise in applying engineering science will equip you with the ability to solve problems of industrial and societal significance.

OUTCOMES

• Apply knowledge of science, math, statistics, and engineering technology to solve problems encountered in a professional career in the automotive industry

• Design, analyze and build virtual and real models, and conduct testing in product development environments through applied computer technologies.

• Define and communicate a set of requirements for a system, component or process and develop solutions to satisfy given criteria in an optimal fashion using creativity in design

• Function effectively as a manager, leader, or member of a team

• Understand and practice professional and ethical responsibilities

• Communicate effectively across all design and management interface levels of an organization

• Recognize the need for and then develop the skills for life-long learning

• Understand and engage in behavior which respects diversity

• Practice timeliness and quality with regard to work requirements.

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COMPULSORY MODULE

INTRODUCTION TO MOTORSPORTS

Aim

As an introductory non-assessed module it sets the scene for the Advanced Motorsport Engineering programme placing it in the context of motorsport engineering and the business behind it.

Syllabus

• The Advanced Motorsport Engineering programme with reference to the key elements of the taught modules, the group design project and the individual thesis projects

• History of motorsport and competition vehicle development

• Competition vehicle categories

• Sporting and technical regulations

• Design of competition vehicles

• Overview of the motorsport sector

• Introduction to software packages related to motorsport engineering

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:

1. Distinguish the courses in the context of motorsport engineering and the industry sector which underpins it.

2. Appraise the historical development of motorsport and competition vehicle evolution.

3. Assess categorization of competition vehicles.

4. Debate the criticality of the technical and sporting regulations and what these mean to motorsport engineers.

5. Provide an overview of the motorsport sector in the UK.

Relate the use of a range of software packages to the context of the course

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COMPOSITE STRUCTURES FOR MOTORSPORTS

Aim

Provide detailed understanding and practical experience of the use of composite materials in racing car structures including materials selection, component design, manufacturing technology processing and performance.

Syllabus

• Materials forms, performance and selection

• Composites application of in Motorsport industry through case studies

• Manufacturing technology and joining techniques, including manufacturing technique training

• Composite structures design, analyses and optimization techniques

• Design of safety structures

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:

1. Understand the principles of composite material selection and performance and apply them in the design and manufacturing of structures in motorsport.

2. Evaluate upcoming materials/structural technologies and their possible applications.

3. Evaluate and compare the techniques used for the design, processing and assembly and testing of motorsport structural components.

Apply and analyze crashworthiness concepts and the influence of Motorsport regulations on the structure design.

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MOTORSPORT POWER TRAIN DESIGN

Aim

To provide students with a series of learning activities during which they will acquire an understanding of the engineering principles on which engine design and development depend. Some activities will be classroom based, some reliant on group work and some requiring active learning by the student. The course aims to encourage students to acquire skills in information gathering, the processing of information, analysis and communication and these skills will be tested by written assignments.

Syllabus

• Gasoline engine performance characteristics: performance indices

• Idealized thermodynamic cycles and the limits to ideal behavior

• Maximizing power output using high engine speeds: thermo-fluid implications

• Maximizing the air/fuel charge in every cylinder: intake system design, supercharging & turbo-charging

• Fuel systems, combustion control and engine management systems

• Mechanical design of high performance two and four stroke petrol and diesel motorsport engines

• The matching of engine, transmission and vehicle

• The design of vehicle transmission systems

• Hybrid and electric powertrains as used in motorsport

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:

1. Test and evaluate the physical processes at work during the preparation of the fuel & air mixture and its eventual combustion and emission.

2. Debate with engineering practitioners the implications of high engine speeds on the mechanical and thermo fluid behavior of engines.

3. Evaluate the matching of engine, transmission and vehicle chassis for motorsport applications.

4. Appraise the operation of high performance vehicle transmission systems.

5. Examine hybridization and electrification of motorsport powertrains

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MOTORSPORT STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

Aim

The module aims to provide an introduction to the selection, processing, design, and analysis of competition vehicles. The module offers combination of fundamental concepts lectures, engineering theories, lab exercises, finite element modeling and simulations, tutorial and peer review exercises.

Syllabus

• The physical and metallurgical properties of high strength steels, stainless steels, metal matrix composites and aluminium, and titanium alloys, rubbers, elastomers, plastics and honeycomb

• Structural responses and stiffness analyses

• An introduction into finite element modeling and simulations

• An introduction into shape optimization

• Identification of failure modes and non-destructive test methods

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:

1. Define metallic and non-metallic (except composite) materials selection criteria

2. Select metallic and non-metallic (except composite) materials to specifications

3. Relate the metallic and non-metallic (except composite) material properties and structural properties

4. Design metallic and non-metallic (except composite) products (e.g. vehicle chassis, wheels, suspension etc)

5. Develop finite element model of a metallic and non-metallic (except composite) product using modeling and simulation tools

6. Define relevant structural properties for product models

7. Validate models (with respect to shape, mesh, contacts, materials law, etc) using modeling and simulation tools

8. Analyze modeling and simulation results with respect to structural responses behavior

9. Compare finite element modeling results with experimental results

10. Assemble the designed product

11. Optimize the designed product (with respect to lightweight, cost, performance, and safety margins properties) using modeling and simulation tools

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MOTORSPORT VEHICLE DYNAMICS

Aim

To provide students with fundamental information on vehicle dynamics focusing on limit behavior with explanations and derivations from first principles, using simplified physical models. To provide experience of a computer based dynamics simulation package of industrial standard, and to provide experimental exercises to illustrate major physical concepts.

Syllabus

• Minimum time optimization

• Tyre shear force development, measurement and characterization.

• Suspension geometry description and analysis – important properties

• Steady turning equilibrium states; suspension/chassis interactions; roll angles, load transfers, jacking

• Yaw/sideslip handling dynamics; steady turn responses, understeer and oversteer; stability and controllability (a) small perturbations from straight running (b) small perturbations from cornering trim

• Limit behavior and design aspects; differentials and brake balancing

• Simulation tools and model building

• Vibration behavior of car and wheels; springs; dampers; track roughness and the use of electro-hydraulic shaker rigs for setup

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:

1. Appraise the performance limits of a competition vehicle and the sources of such limitations.

2. Evaluate the interactions of competition vehicle and participant and discuss intelligently the requirements on the competition vehicle from a controllability point of view.

3. Distinguish the complex relationships between competition vehicle design aspects and competition vehicle performance.

4. Examine simulation and optimization methods for improving design and performance.

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THE BUSINESS OF MOTORSPORTS

Aim

To provide students with a series of learning activities during which they will acquire an understanding of how to apply management techniques to the context of motorsport and thus building an awareness of the specific management challenges faced in this sector. The course aims to encourage students to acquire skills in information gathering, the processing of information, analysis and communication and these skills will be assessed by group presentation and by written group assignment.

Syllabus

• The business environment in general

• The business context for motorsport organizations

• Managing motorsport businesses strategically

• Creating and sustaining competitive advantage in motorsport

• Commercial aspects of motorsport management

• Marketing and motorsport including branding, media and sponsorship

• Financing motorsport businesses and their on-going financial management

• Project management and motorsport

• Managing technical knowledge and expertise in motorsport

• Technology transfer and opportunities for diversification

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:

1. Appraise the specific management challenges facing the motorsport sector.

2. Distinguish the motorsport environment and the influences on its development.

3. Assess the potential sources of competitive advantage for an organization in the motorsport sector and the steps needed to both create and sustain such an advantage

4. Evaluate the particular issues relating to the commercial aspects of motorsport management. These would include raising and sustaining sponsorship, media relations, raising capital, diversification through technology transfer

Examine the particular issues relating to the management of technical expertise and knowledge in motorsport and its exploitation

TAKE AWAYS

• VEHICLE DESIGN PRESENTATION

• VEHICLE DYNAMICS QUIZ

• DESIGN REPORT FORMATION

• ENTREPRENEURSHIP SESSION

• CERTIFICATE & PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

• YEAR LONG MENTORING ON AUTOMOBILE PROJECTS

• FREE ENROLLMENT IN UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

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