World’s Largest Water Rocket [5.1 metre tall] launched by India achieved a world of 104 feet

Largest Hydro Rocket

World's Largest Hydro Rocket

World’s Largest Water Rocket is successfully launched by the Department of Aerospace Engineering Faculty and Students.
 
On 10/10/2019 evening at 7.20 PM, a team of faculty and students belongs to aerospace engineering, Chandigarh University has launched a water rocket which broken all the existing previous worldwide record. The previous record of the world’s largest water rocket measures 4.04 m (13 ft 3 in) tall and 44.5 cm (1 ft 5.5 in) in diameter, and was created and launched by Aidan and Keeley Aird (both Canada) on the set of “Furze World Wonders” in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 10 June 2017.
 
A new record is created by a team of 3 aerospace engineering faculty and 18 aerospace engineering students of Chandigarh University which designed a Water Rocket with a configuration of 5.1 meters tall and 52 centimeters in diameter and by launching the team achieved an altitude of 104 feet on 10/10/2019. The attempt was taken place at Sports Complex of Chandigarh University where more than 100 people visualized the launch. Ajit Kumar Chetry and Shiv Kumar, the final year students of Aerospace Engineering of Chandigarh University have played a major role in designing, testing and analyzing the rocket and finally achieved these records within a budget of $500.
 
With this attempt, the previous record is broken by a team of Chandigarh University in all categories of a) Height of the rocket, b) Diameter of the rocket, c) Maximum altitude attained by the rocket.  We are dedicating the achievement to the entire aerospace engineering community.
 
The following are the team members of this project
 
Ajit Kumar Chetry – Final Year Aerospace student
Shiv Kumar – Final Year Aerospace student
Ajin Branesh – Assistant Professor / Aerospace
Ankit Kumar Sinha – Final Year Aerospace student
Ajay Kumar – Final Year Aerospace student
Basit Gulzar Sheikh – Final Year Aerospace student
Milind Kumar Jaiswal – Final Year Aerospace student
Arunima Gautam – 2nd Year Aerospace student
Ashwini Daphale – 2nd Year Aerospace student
Rajvansh Singh Bhuee – 3rd Year Aerospace student
Vinayak Tyagi – 3rd Year Aerospace student
Anjali Kalta – 3rd Year Aerospace student
Bhanu Pratap – 3rd Year Aerospace student
Anubhav Choubey – 1st Year Aerospace student
Kushagra Singh – 1st Year Aerospace student
Kush Mandey – 1st Year Aerospace student
Tarun Sunkara – 1st Year Aerospace student
Abhishek Sharma – 1st Year Aerospace student
 
Pon Maa Kishan A –  Assistant Professor / Aerospace [Principal Investigator]
Aishwarya Dhara –  Asst. Prof. / Aerospace [Principal Co-Investigator]
 
The team members wish to acknowledge the following people who support this project:
 
Shri Satnam Singh Sandhu – Hon’ble Chancellor of Chandigarh University
Dr. S.S. Sehgal – Engineering Director, Chandigarh University
Dr. Dharmahinder Singh Chand – Professor/Head – Chandigarh University
 
We thank Mr. Manik – Lab Assistant, Aerospace Engineering – Chandigarh University for his support and help.
 
we also thank faculty members, lab assistants, and students of aerospace engineering for extending their support towards the project.
 
 

3rd NCMAE 2019

3rd National Conference on Academic, Scientific, Industrial and Defence Research in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering 2019

organized by

Society of Aeronautical Engineers 

[Govt. Regd. 73/2016]

Date:01/06/2019 | Venue: Government Museum – Chandigarh, India

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Welcome to the 3rd Edition of NCMAE 2019 organised by Society of Aeronautical Engineers (73/2016) at Government Museum, Chandigarh on 01/06/2019.

Note: The previous edition of 2nd NCMAE 2018 was the only Indian conference in DRDO’s listed conference*.

About 3rd NCMAE 2019:

The Conference aims to bring together students, scientists, academicians, Defence and industrialists working in the field of Mechanical, Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering to discuss new ideas and promote research work. The conference will be devoted to advancements in Modern Research in Mechanical, Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering. Researchers from all over the country will gather in order to introduce their recent advances in the field and thereby promote the exchange of new ideas, results and techniques. This conference will offer a unique opportunity to gain insight into state-of-the-art technology in the mechanical and aerospace field and also to network with national researchers and scientists. Consider attending if you have a professional interest in mechanical/aerospace engineering or science and wish to:

  • Present results and insights from your own work.
  • Interact with colleagues who present papers in your field.
  • Engage with people and ideas across a broad spectrum of aerospace technologies.

Technically Supported by

WINGS of AERO

National Advisory Committee:

Mr. S Pandian, Director – SDSC, ISRO – Sriharikota.

Dr. S K Mishra, Chief Scientist [Advanced Material Processing] and Head, Human Resource Group (HRG),

Dean Eng. Sc. and Adjunct Prof. AcSIR,  CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur – Jharkhand.

Dr. R Mukund, Senior Principal Scientist – National Aerospace Laboratories[CSIR], Bangalore.

Mr. P Arunachalam, [Ex Hony Captain Indian Army]  Founder and CEO – Wings of Aero.

Dr. Dharmahinder Singh Chand, HoD & Professor – Department of Aerospace Engineering, Chandigarh University.

Dr. R Kannan, Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace, Amrita University – Coimbatore.

Dr. V Vel Murugan, Principal/Prof – Sree Sakthi Engineering College – Coimbatore.

Dr. J Bruce Ralphin Rose, Assistant Professor – Department of Aeronautical,

Regional Campus Anna University Tirunelveli.

Organizing Committee:

Dr. J Chattopadhyay, FIE, DR Raja Ramana DRDO Distinguished Fellow, CAS – DRDO, Hyderabad.

Dr. Radhakant Padhi, Professor – Department of Aerospace, Indian Institute of Science – Bangalore.

Dr. Raman Balu, Dean [Research] – ACE College of Engineering, Trivandrum

Dr. M Yogesh, HOD/Professor – Department of Aeronautical, Mount Zion College of Engineering, Pathanamthitta.

Dr. JVM Lal, Head of Research and Operation – CRD, Economic International Pvt Ltd, Mysore – Karnataka.

Dr. P Kanagavel, Additional Director, Head of Information Training Services, National Institute of Wind Energy.

Mr. T Ram Singh,  Engineer – Production, Nova Carbons Pvt Ltd, Tirunelveli.

Ms. Aishwarya Dhara, Director – Wings of Aero, Kolkata, Assistant Professor/Aerospace Department – Chandigarh University.

Mr. Jenshin Joshua, Assistant Professor – Aerospace Department, Hindustan University, Chennai.

Mr. Ajin Branesh, Assistant professor – Aeronautical Department, Er.Perumal Maniammai Engineering College, Hosur.

Mr. Sathya Narayanan, Assistant Professor – Aeronautical Department, Rajas Engineering College, Tirunelveli.

Mr. Noufal N S, Assistant Professor – Aeronautical Department, ACE College of Engineering, Trivandrum.

Technical Committee:

Dr. Poonkodi Sampath, Post Doctoral Research Fellow – University of Minho, Portugal.

Mr. Jini Raj R, Assistant professor – Aeronautical Department, Er.Perumal Maniammai Engineering College, Hosur.

Mr. Aman Varun M, Joint Secretary, Society of Aeronautical Engineers, Tenkasi.

Mr. Vivek P, Vice President, SAeE, Assistant Professor – Aeronautical Engineering, JJ College of Engineering, Trichy.

Mr. Krishnan P, Assistant Professor – Mechanical Engineering, Infant Jesus College of Engineering, Thoothukudi.

Mr. Harikrishnan B, Technical Member, NCMAE 2019.

Mr. Samuel Lalrozama – Member, Society of Aeronautical Engineers.

Organizing Secretary:

Mr. Vivekanand C, Secretary, Society of Aeronautical Engineers, Tenkasi.

Organizing Chair:

Mr. Pon Maa Kishan A M.E, [Ph.D], Founder and President – Society of Aeronautical Engineers, Tenkasi.

Society of Aero Awards 2018 [INDIA]

Society of Aero Awards 2018 [India] organized by Society of Aeronautical Engineers to encourage the Energetic Aero peoples for their achievements, contributions and dedication to India in Aeronautics, Aerospace and Defence. The event is hosted on 24th March 2018 at Kerala State Science and Technology Museum – Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

The following are the award winners with their respective award categories,

1] Best Scientist Award [India] – Shri Biju Uthup, Scientist H, ADA – Bangalore.

2] Best Professor Award [India] – Dr. Ajay Misra, HoD/Aero, DIAT – Pune.

3] Best Outstanding Aero Organization Award [India] – SPACE KIDZ INDIA, Chennai.

4] Best Emerging Aero Enthusiast Award [India] – J Bala Kannan, MD – Jet Aerospace

5] Young Scientist Award [India] – Dr. Siddharth Suman, Post Doctoral Fellow – Switzerland.

6] Best Paper Award [India] – Neural Network based Aerodynamic Modeling of Grid and Cascade Fin Control Surfaces – Manish Tripathi, Anshuman Misra, Ajay Misra.

Podhigai Airshow 2018

Podhigai Air Show 2018

About the Event:

Podhigai Air Show 2018 is organized by Society of Aeronautical Engineers [Govt. Regd.73/2016] from 05/01/2018 to 07/01/2018 at Manimuthar, Tirunelveli DT, Tamil Nadu – 627421. Podhigai Airshow is the Historical 1st South Zone airshow of Tamil Nadu. The spectacular entry free event is on its way to shine. The event is ended successfully with more than 1500 school/college students and 200 general visitors. The students got a knowledge about the science behind the gliders and how to control the glider etc., We would like to thank SKJ Nair sir, Mohan Ram sir for their support.

Video Promo:

Organizing Chair

Mr. Pon Maa Kishan A M.E, [Ph.D]

Founder and President – Society of Aeronautical Engineers

Organizing Committee Members:

1] Jini Raj R, Director – Wings of Aero

2] Vivek P, Vice President – Society of Aeronautical Engineers.

3] M. Aman Varun, Joint Secretary – Society of Aeronautical Engineers.

4] V. Vignesh , Member – Society of Aeronautical Engineers.

Press Coverage:

1] One India Tamil : Click here

2] Dhinakaran – Featured in Cover Page [06/01/2018 – Tirunelveli] 

3] Dhinamani – 06/01/2018[Tirunelveli]

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Contact: 8220125658, 9952458480

Email: societyofaero@gmail.com


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National Aero Day

National Aero Day

Society of Aeronautical Engineers has passed a resolution to go for an one million signature mission campaign to request the Hon’ble Prime Minister to announce the birthday of Former President of India “Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam” [15th October] as “National Aero Day” to honour Dr.Kalam’s contribution, dedication and achievements towards nation’s aero development. Show us your support by joining the online signature campaign (below).

Online Signature Campaign

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About Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam:

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Born on 15th October 1931 at Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu, Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, specialized in Aeronautical Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology. Dr. Kalam made significant contribution as Project Director to develop India’s first indigenous Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-III) which successfully injected the Rohini satellite in the near earth orbit in July 1980 and made India an exclusive member of Space Club. He was responsible for the evolution of ISRO’s launch vehicle programme, particularly the PSLV configuration. After working for two decades in ISRO and mastering launch vehicle technologies, Dr. Kalam took up the responsibility of developing Indigenous Guided Missiles at Defence Research and Development Organisation as the Chief Executive of Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP). He was responsible for the development and operationalisation of AGNI and PRITHVI Missiles and for building indigenous capability in critical technologies through networking of multiple institutions. He was the Scientific Adviser to Defence Minister and Secretary, Department of Defence Research & Development from July 1992 to December 1999. During this period, he led to the weaponisation of strategic missile systems and the Pokhran-II nuclear tests in collaboration with Department of Atomic Energy, which made India a nuclear weapon State. He also gave thrust to self-reliance in defence systems by progressing multiple development tasks and mission projects such as Light Combat Aircraft.

As Chairman of Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) and as an eminent scientist, he led the country with the help of 500 experts to arrive at Technology Vision 2020 giving a road map for transforming India from the present developing status to a developed nation. Dr. Kalam has served as the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India, in the rank of Cabinet Minister, from November 1999 to November 2001 and was responsible for evolving policies, strategies and missions for many development applications. Dr. Kalam was also the Chairman, Ex-officio, of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Cabinet (SAC-C) and piloted India Millennium Mission 2020.

Dr. Kalam took up academic pursuit as Professor, Technology & Societal Transformation at Anna University, Chennai from November 2001 and was involved in teaching and research tasks. Above all he took up a mission to ignite the young minds for national development by meeting high school students across the country.

In his literary pursuit four of Dr. Kalam’s books – “Wings of Fire”, “India 2020 – A Vision for the New Millennium”, “My journey” and “Ignited Minds – Unleashing the power within India” have become household names in India and among the Indian nationals abroad. These books have been translated in many Indian languages.

Dr. Kalam is one of the most distinguished scientists of India with the unique honour of receiving honorary doctorates from 30 universities and institutions. He has been awarded the coveted civilian awards – Padma Bhushan (1981) and Padma Vibhushan (1990) and the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna (1997). He is a recipient of several other awards and Fellow of many professional institutions.

Dr. Kalam became the 11th President of India on 25th July 2002. His focus is on transforming India into a developed nation by 2020.

Our Supporters:

Supporters from Anna University Tirunelveli.
Signature Campaign at Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam National Memorial, Rameswaram.

 


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