VIT was established with the aim of providing quality higher education on par with international standards. It persistently seeks and adopts innovative methods to improve the quality of higher education on a consistent basis.The campus has a cosmopolitan atmosphere with students from all corners of the globe. Experienced and learned teachers are strongly encouraged to nurture the students. The global standards set at VIT in the field of teaching and research spur us on in our relentless pursuit of excellence. In fact, it has become a way of life for us. The highly motivated youngsters on the campus are a constant source of pride. Our Memoranda of Understanding with various international universities are our major strength. They provide for an exchange of students and faculty and encourage joint research projects for the mutual benefit of these universities. Many of our students, who pursue their research projects in foreign universities, bring high quality to their work and esteem to India and have done us proud. With steady steps, we continue our march forward. We look forward to meeting you here at VIT.
History of VIT
It was established under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission (UGC) Act, 1956, and was founded in 1984 as a self-financing institution called the Vellore Engineering College. The Union Ministry of Human Resources Development conferred University status on Vellore Engineering College in 2001. The University is headed by its founder and Chancellor, Dr. G. Viswanathan, a former Parliamentarian and Minister in the Tamil Nadu Government. In recognition of his service to India in offering world class education, he was conferred an honorary doctorate by the West Virginia University, USA. Mr.Sankar Viswanathan, Dr.Sekar Viswanathan and Mr.G.V. Selvam are the Vice-Presidents; Dr. Rambabu Kodali is the Vice-Chancellor and Dr. S. Narayanan is the Pro-Vice-Chancellor.
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Mr. Swapnil Kumar, University of Louisville, UNITED STATES
Dr. Thundil Karuppa Raj Rajagopal, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, INDIA
A braking system is an important system for a vehicle To stop a vehicle, brake torque needs to be delivered
from the brake caliper to the disc brake which eventually stops the rotating wheels The torque produced by
the brake caliper needs to be greater than the torque produced at the wheels and therefore, to develop
efficient design parameters for a brake caliper, vehicle design parameters need to optimize so that optimum
torque can be generated at the wheels from vehicle design calculations Design and analysis of metallic based
brake caliper has been carried for an All-Terrain vehicle using Additive Manufacturing For design modeling,
Solidworks has been used and from the simulation manufacturing aspect, Ansys and Simufact have been
used to analyze the stress, displacement, and surface deviation In addition to that design and performance
optimization has been carried out in Solidworks Ansys, and Simufact respectively Force and Torque
the calculation has been carried out for the brake caliper using Matlab Fine Meshing has been carried out while
analyzing the brake caliper in Ansys and Simuafact for optimum efficiency in results The designed brake
caliper is optimum in terms of weight, cost, and efficiency.
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