Mohd Javaid

Mohd Javaid
Jamia Millia Islamia · Department of Mechanical Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering & technology that combines biomedical sciences with engineering principles. This discipline covers broad areas where biomedical engineers are involved in the fields of medicine, regenerative medicine & associated areas and in developing better products and services. Biomedical eng...
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Purpose Modern technologies are seen as an essential component of the fourth industrial revolution (industry 4.0) and their adoption is vital to transform the existing manufacturing system into industry 4.0-based manufacturing system. Therefore, the primary objective of this research explores the barriers of modern technology adoption and their mit...
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There is a growing demand for customised, biocompatible, and sterilisable components in the medical business. 3D Printing is a disruptive technology for healthcare and provides significant research and development avenues. Simple 3D printing service gives patients low-cost individualised prostheses, implants, and gadgets, enabling surgeons to opera...
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Internet of Things (IoT) is a modern paradigm with broad applications in various industries, including healthcare and its associated fields. The full implementation of this technology in the healthcare field is a shared goal, as it enables medical services to operate more efficiently and patients to receive quality care. There are various IoT techn...
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The term "collaborative robot" is commonly known as Cobot, which refers to a partnership between a robot and a human. Aside from providing physical contact between a robot and a person on the same production line simultaneously, the Cobot is designed as user-friendly. They enable operators to respond immediately to work done by the robot based on t...
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Agriculture 4.0 represents the fourth agriculture revolution that uses digital technologies and moves toward a smarter, more efficient, environmentally responsible agriculture sector. Agricultural technologies have emerged to enhance sustainability and discover more effective farm methods. This encompasses all digitalisation and automation processe...
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Financial service providers find blockchain technology useful to enhance authenticity, security, and risk management. Several institutions are adopting blockchain in trade and finance systems to build smart contracts between participants, improve efficiency and transparency, and open up newer revenue opportunities. Blockchain’s unique recording cap...
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Industry 4.0 requires a strong understanding of Cyber-Physical systems (CPS). An Industry 4.0-enabled manufacturing environment that offers real-time data gathering, transparency and analysis across all parts of a manufacturing process is known as cyber–physical systems, also known as cyber manufacturing. Data analytics enables executives to make d...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been extensively applied in farming recently. To cultivate healthier crops, manage pests, monitor soil and growing conditions, analyse data for farmers, and enhance other management activities of the food supply chain, the agriculture sector is turning to AI technology. It makes it challenging for farmers to choose...
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Management 4.0 assists businesses in evolving, surviving and performing in the competitive and dynamic world. This fourth revolution uses advanced technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), Internet of Things (IoT), Robotics, Holography, Additive Manufacturing etc., for the proper management systems. These technologies fa...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has vast potential in marketing. It aids in proliferating information and data sources, improving software's data management capabilities, and designing intricate and advanced algorithms. AI is changing the way brands and users interact with one another. The application of this technology is highly dependent on the natu...
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The revolutionary digital technology of drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), has altered healthcare. This technology proved highly effective for healthcare, research, start-ups, and large corporations. Various drones are used across the industries such as infrastructure, transportation, insurance, telecommunications, agriculture,...
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3D scanning technologies are deployed toward developing a digital 3D model for Additive Manufacturing (AM) applications. It collects data, turning it into a 3D model that uses designated 3D printing processes. Many scanners, ranging from low-cost alternatives to professional series that are far more accurate and reliable, are now available to assis...
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A 3D scanner is a non-contact, non-destructive digital device that uses a light line/laser to accurately capture the shape of a physical object into Computer-Aided Design (CAD) data. It generates a point cloud or a set of data points in a coordinate system that accurately depicts a physical object's size and shape. The urge of human beings to build...
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Robotics is a disruptive technology that has already revolutionized patient healthcare globally. This technology is presently helping to perform various essential tasks such as conducting operations via numerous specializations and managing the entire operating room. Robot surgery is, in reality, available worldwide for knee substitution, correctio...
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This paper discusses the significant applications of Smart materials and the Internet of Things (IoT) in the automobile industry. These are the two technologies most tech companies are working on right now. These both have resulted in the game-changing technologies of this era. Firstly, the various IoT solutions from companies like Airbus, Boeing,...
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This research aims to propose an optimisation of cutting parameters during the CNC turning of 16MnCr5 steel materials utilising TiN coated cutting tools. Surface finish quality is a significant criterion for many turned workpieces in a machining operation. As a result, selecting optimised cutting parameters is significant for monitoring the desired...
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Today, additive manufacturing (AM) is employed in various sectors, including aerospace, automobiles, healthcare, architecture, toys, arts and design, construction, etc. The AM used a set of technologies like 3D printing, 3D scanning, and designing, scanning, and printing software. 3D printing technologies are used to build 3D objects from computer-...
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Machine Learning (ML) applications are making a considerable impact on healthcare. ML is a subtype of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that aims to improve the speed and accuracy of physicians' work. Countries are currently dealing with an overburdened healthcare system with a shortage of skilled physicians, where AI provides a big hope. The...
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Cloud computing is one of the significant facilitators of the health information revolution in the healthcare business. The global exchange of records in the health sector through electronic media is facilitated by cloud computing. In healthcare, this technology increases safety and creates innovation. Communication with the health matrix throughou...
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Sustainability 4.0 is being enabled through the effective adoption of modern technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Machine Vision (MV), Data Analytics (DA), Additive Manufacturing (AM) and other modern technologies. These technologies enable services at significantly lower prices due...
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Radiology includes a wide range of imaging technologies that use different technologies to capture patients' data. Virtual Reality (VR) is an innovative technology that provides a clear virtual image of a patient. We see the vast potential of VR to provide a positive impact in radiology. Most relevant papers on Virtual reality in Healthcare/Radiolo...
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The first part of this paper presents a literature review-based study of the most emerging technology of the century, artificial intelligence (AI) and its various applications in the automobile sector. In this era of the fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), industries have become all the more sophisticated owing to the intelligent technolog...
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The era of fossil fuels may be coming to an end. Our decades-old reliance on fossil fuels has degraded the environment. As a result, governments are shifting to renewable energy technologies. Renewable resources are considered to be sufficiently plentiful and the costs of producing energy per unit are lower; further economy of scale is making them...
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The implementation of Industry 4.0 technologies has improved the flexibility of the entire manufacturing system. These technologies are the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Additive Manufacturing (AM), advanced robotics, virtual reality, cloud computing, simulation, and among others, have arisen to improve the flexi...
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Industry 4.0 is a new stage in the organisation and control of the industrial value chain, interchangeably with the fourth industrial revolution. It has a broad vision with well-defined frameworks and reference designs, focusing on bridging physical infrastructure and digital technology in so-called cyber-physical systems. Apart from the other esse...
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Every industry need helps to modify its working style quickly with the improvement of existing technology. New developing technologies improve production speed, reduce industrial process costs, etc. Technical specialists carry out continuous research and development to increase efficiency. A significant advance in 4D printing over 3D Printing is it...
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One of the fundamental components of the United Nations’ sustainable development 2030 agenda is quality education. It aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all. Digital technologies have emerged as an essential tool to achieve this goal. These technologies are simple to detect emissions sources, prevent additional damage thro...
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution may help many sectors and industries, whereas healthcare will be significantly impacted. Medical advances will be swifter, better and more effective, quickly providing medications to patients. It will act as a leveller for healthcare services by making them available to everybody. Medical 4.0 is the fourth medical r...
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Three-dimensional (3D) mapping is the technology of profiling objects in three dimensions to map them in real life. 3D mapping is an excellent tool for analysis, surveying, and other engineering domains. 3D light detection and ranging (Lidar) technology usually does 3D mapping, but the cost of 3D Lidar is very high, which constrains its applicabili...
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Energy is a basic necessity. In this modern world, energy is produced using different resources and technology , which helps sustain our energy demands. All the present economies have relied on fossil fuel-based energy generation for past decades. The continuous exploitation of resources for energy purposes has left areas uninhabitable. While renew...
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The primary objective of this paper is to identify how industrial automation of additive manufacturing technology using Internet of Things (IoT) will leverage the quality of existing supply chain management processes. The importance of the implementation of e-logistics in supply chain operations is also delineated. An intensive desk-based literatur...
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Modern technologies offer several new applications and have several benefits in health‑care delivery. These technologies include the Internet of things, artificial intelligence, wearable devices, telemedicine, virtual reality, and robotics. These enable targeted personalized health and well‑being services. At present, the pharmaceutical industry is...
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Poly-Ether-Ether-Ketone (PEEK) is among the newer special thermoplastic engineering plastics and has shown reasonable biological, mechanical, and chemical properties. Compared to traditional biomaterials such as metals, PEEK has the advantage of less stress shielding, is lightweight, avoids adverse reactions caused by metallic ions, compatible with...
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Three-dimensional (3D) printing has bought much enthusiasm for medical applications. The upgraded quality with the use of 3D printing has gained detailed clinical and associated results. This paper bridges the available writing, based on literature, about the capability of 3D printing innovation in medical applications. 3D printing can build highly...
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Several crises have gripped the world, clearly showing how vulnerable our energy supply is. However, emissions from industrial and energy applications have threatened our future with climate change. There is a need to redesign our strategies on energy policies. The present energy generation methods have sustained us for a long time, but they seem u...
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The automation industries in their initial stages were factories with a limited number of machine components and a large and skilled worker base. Since the beginning of the 20th century, newer technologies are being adopted in the automation industry, and newer benchmarks are being set up; industry 4.0 is the latest of this trail and brings the ide...
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Purpose Industry 4.0 refers to the interconnection of cyber-physical systems, which connects the physical and digital worlds by collecting digital data from physical objects/processes, and using this data to drive automation and optimisation. Digital technologies used in this revolution gather and handle massive volumes of high-velocity streams whi...
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According to the history of vaccine development, no vaccine for infectious disease has ever been developed in a shorter time than COVID‑19. With the enabling scientific efforts and governments support, few vaccines for the COVID‑19 have been developed across the globe. Using the keywords COVID‑19 or coronavirus and vaccine supply chain management...
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Industry 4.0 technologies provide critical perspectives for future innovation and business growth. Technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Big data, Machine Learning, and other advanced upcoming technologies are being used to implement Industry 4.0. This paper explores how Industry 4.0 technologies help create a su...
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Over the past few decades, lean manufacturing has focussed on being customer-centred and now Lean 4.0 technologies have made it possible for manufacturers to have a deeper view of waste reduction. Technologies such as the internet of things, artificial intelligence, three-dimensional printing, robotics, real-time data, cloud computing, predictive a...
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Purpose The development of new communication technology such as 5G is now a solid choice for Industry 4.0. 5G in the fifth generation replaces the presently used mobile telecommunications networks. In every sector of modern life, this technology is designed to resolve the issue of the enormous rise in daily gadgets. 5G allows rapid data transfer an...
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Industry 4.0 technologies are implemented in many parts of the globe in these evolving times. Smart factories, smart logistics, smart warehousing, and smart supply chains are being developed using these technologies. These technologies provide the ability to address difficult issues of a supply chain in the business sector. This paper focuses on ma...
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This paper analyzes and explores how the fifth Industrial Revolution (Industry 5.0) can help manufacturing industry systems. With the help of upcoming advanced technologies, these industries can have a smooth transition from conventional to digital systems. Industry 5.0 technologies are assumed to provide better connectivity through the internet of...
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Purpose-The development of new communication technology such as 5G is now a solid choice for Industry 4.0. 5G in the fifth generation replaces the presently used mobile telecommunications networks. In every sector of modern life, this technology is designed to resolve the issue of the enormous rise in daily gadgets. 5G allows rapid data transfer an...
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In the COVID‑19 outbreak, drones can provide essential support to fight the virus. Varieties of drones are used to monitor the lockdown situation. These were used to control the crowd in public places during the COVID‑19 outbreak. The people who are not wearing a mask are identified quickly, and drones are helpful to spray disinfectants in public s...
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The primary objective of this article is to explore effects of latest development in the area of three dimensional (3D) printing & to assess its abilities, and further undertake helpful reporting. Here the focus is to assess advantages of 3D printing in orthopedics and analyze how 3D printed models help solve complex 3D orthopedics distortions. Thi...
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The purpose of this paper is to highlight the importance of the effective utilisation of internet-based technologies in additive manufacturing (AM) through its practical implications in various application areas. The key technologies that comprise the Industry 4.0 paradigm and previously implemented into the AM process possess immense potential to...
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Purpose Unmanned aerial vehicles are commonly known as UAVs and drones. Nowadays, industries have begun to realise the operational and economic benefits of drone-enabled tasks. The Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, drones, etc., represent implementable advanced technologies intended to accomplish Industry 4.0. The purpose of this study is to disc...
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Machine Vision (MV), like other digital technologies, is a critical component of Industry 4.0. The high volume of data accessible by visual equipment can well quickly detect & flag faulty goods while recognising their defects, thereby allowing rapid and efficient intervention in industry 4.0. The versions of MV are essential for efficient productio...
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Purpose Over the past few decades, lean manufacturing has focussed on being customer-centred and now Lean 4.0 technologies have made it possible for manufacturers to have a deeper view of waste reduction. Technologies such as the internet of things, artificial intelligence, three-dimensional printing, robotics, real-time data, cloud computing, pred...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) contributes to the recent developments in Industry 4.0. Industries are focusing on improving product consistency, productivity and reducing operating costs, and they want to achieve this with the collaborative partnership between robotics and people. In smart industries, hyperconnected manufacturing processes depend on...
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This paper aims to integrate Industry 4.0 technologies, precisely the Digital Twin concept and smart materials, with the Electric Vehicle (EV) industry, to complement the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the Indian market. In the current scenario, the adoption of EVs in India faces challenges ranging from insufficient charging facilities to t...
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Quality has always been an essential part of manufacturing. Companies have always focused on methods and techniques to improve and manage the quality, even in the past. With the help of Industry 4.0 technologies, manufacturing industries have evolved a lot. Technologies like Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Additive Manufacturing (AM), Big Dat...
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Nanosensors are now being used to detect and monitor physical characteristics such as the temperature at nanoscale, with chemical species and nanoparticles. It is nanoscale devices that monitor and transform physical quantities into signals that are detectable and analysable. Nanosensors are used in medical, pollutant control, pathogens detection,...
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With the advent of new technologies related to 3D printing and the augmentation of smart materials with 3D printing, 4D printing has emerged as a new technology . The features of 4D printing such as self-assembly, self-repair and multifunctionality have tremendous scope in the automotive industry. This paper is organized in a manner to highlight th...
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Blockchain is an emerging technology being applied for creating innovative solutions in various sectors, including healthcare. A Blockchain network is used in the healthcare system to preserve and exchange patient data through hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, pharmacy firms, and physicians. Blockchain applications can accurately identify severe...
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Now a day's manufacturing has become more intelligent and data-driven. A smart production unit can be thought of as a powerful connected industrial system with materials, parts, equipment, tools, inventory, and logistics that can transmit data and communicate with one another in the age of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). This IIoT refers...
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Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies are taking up manufacturing challenges for engineering and medical applications by using newer and advanced materials. With the advent of nanotechnology, nanomaterials in general and nanocomposites in particular have various benefits over conventional materials. The various advantages which 3D printing offer...
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Additive manufacturing (AM) produces a complex shaped product from its data, layer by layer, with high precision and much less material wastage. As compared to the conventional manufacturing process, there are many positive environmental advantages of additive manufacturing technologies. Most importantly, there is less waste of raw material and the...
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Industry 4.0 involves innovations with upcoming digital technologies, and blockchain is one of them. Blockchain can be incorporated to improve security, privacy, and data transparency both for small and large enterprises. Industry 4.0 is a synthesis of the new production methods that allow manufacturers to achieve their target more rapidly. Researc...
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Hyperautomation is a true digital transformation with the help of advanced techniques such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Machine Learning (ML), and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It automates complicated business processes, even where topic specialists were formerly needed. This is an expansion to the processes of traditional business-process...
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Regular hospital visits can be expensive, particularly in rural areas, due to travel costs. In the era of the Covid-19 Pandemic, where physical interaction becomes risky, people prefer telemedicine. Fortunately, medical visits can be reduced when telemedicine services are used through video conferencing or other virtual technologies. Thus, telemedi...