Mohd Parvez

Mohd Parvez
Al Falah University · Mechanical Engineering

PhD
Dr. Mohd Parvez is currently working in the capacity of Professor, Dean of Engineering and Head in the Department of ME.

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Introduction
Dr. Mohd Parvez: Dean of Engineering at Al Falah University Faridabad (India). He has published the number of papers in various National and International Journals. He has also authored many books in various subjects related to Mechanical Engineering. He has presented many papers in National and International conferences.
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August 2000 - March 2020
Al-Falah University Faridabad
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Working on biomass gasification, Solar energy
August 2000 - March 2020
Al-Falah University Faridabad India
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Dean of Engineering and Proctor of the University
Education
July 2011 - May 2014
Maharshi Dayanand University
Field of study
  • Thermal Engineering

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Publications (83)
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Recent developments in solar equipment's have motivated researchers to formulate an accurate measurement system for solar radiation under varying environment circumstances that could prove to be economical and viable. To furnish precise estimators of solar radiation, multiple models of different background are employed which are capable of solving...
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The research aimed at extraction and utilization of leachate oils obtained from food landfills and further combine them with nanoparticles in order to evaluate their performance and emission characteristics in engines. The landfill oil is originally extracted by a two-step transesterification process and its integration with nanoparticles (aluminiu...
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The composite development has undergone a drastic change after the Second World War. Due to the remarkable physical and mechanical properties and high strength to weight ratio, the conventional metal-based components are bandied by the composites. The main constituents of composites are (1) matrix and (2) reinforcement. The matrix transfers stress,...
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Since the introduction of Industry 4.0, manufacturing industries have adopted smarter automation systems enabling better interconnection among various aspects of the production industry. Application of industry 4.0 furnishes better performance and efficiency with improved reliability and robustness. The present research provides a novel framework w...
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There is a pressing need to accelerate the development of advanced technologies to prevent Coronavirus in large gatherings. The present system is an integration of tunnel disinfectant spray system and solar setup which utilises the solar energy to power a pump which pushes the required amount of chemical mixture into the nozzles of the spray system...
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The particular research is widely based on the concept of cogeneration cycle which has been developed by integrating a solar field consisting of heliostats coupled with the LiNO3-H2O absorption refrigeration cycle. Energy and exergy analyses have been performed on this conceptual cycle. Estimates for the irreversibility of all the major energy-cons...
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The research performed in the following paper is broadly based on combined power plant powered by biomass integrated gasification. The analysis is predominantly performed for first and second law efficiencies which examine the effects of gas inlet temperature to heat recovery steam generator and steam turbine pressure; change in biomass materials (...
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Cutting fluids are important elements of manufacturing industries and are used in large quantities. But its use poses a serious health issue to the surrounding people working in its atmosphere. Hence, the disposal should be only after neutralization thereby protecting worker and aquatic life. This leads to select an optimal alternative that is not...
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The main objective of the present study is to develop a solar thermal hybrid variable refrigerant flow (VRF) air-conditioning system and predict energy saving in this system compared to normal VRF air-conditioning system. In R410a based VRF system compressor works partially to increase pressure and temperature up to 27 bar, 55°C from compressor suc...
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In this study, bioethanol was produced from Eichhornia crassipes (EC) plant and tested in diesel engine in order to understand the potential of this fuel. The blending of Eichhornia Crassipes bioethanol with diesel is done with the help of ultrasonic machine. For acquiring data, Kirloskar made single cylinder diesel engine of 3.5 kW rating was empl...
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The graphical representation of an element is one of the most effortless and elementary method of translating drawings into useful designs. This language is often utilized by engineering departments and other technical personnel associated with the engineering profession to convey their ideas and designs in the effective constructions or analysis o...
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This paper provides the thermodynamic study of an advanced power, cooling and refrigeration system which derives the required energy from biomass gasification and waste heat recovery operated ejector – absorption refrigeration system. The system deploys refrigerants such as R-141b and lithium bromide – water mixture as the working fluids which even...
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This article reports the results of syngas fueled combined power cycle which was analyzed from both energy and exergy point of views. A parametric investigation was carried out to ascertain the effects of change in biomass material, gas turbine inlet temperature, and steam turbine inlet pressure on performance of the biomass gasifier integrated com...
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This paper is a presentation of a parametric study on coal gasification on gas turbine combined power cycle by syngas. Combined first and second law analysis is performed to investigate the effects of gas turbine inlet temperature, steam turbine inlet pressure and then exergy destruction in each component of combined power cycle. The variation in s...
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Energy is the key for economic growth of every nation and as such life blood for civilization. The demand for energy is also increasing at an exponential pace. To meet this energy demand, a great need arises to search for alternative sources of energy, which can be used in place of fossil fuels. Many alternate renewable sources of energy which can...
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A steam boiler is a closed vessel, generally made of steel, in which water is heated by some source of heat produced by combustion of fuel and ultimately to generate steam. The steam produced may be supplied at low pressure for industrial process work in cotton mills, sugar industries etc. and for producing hot water which can be used for heating i...
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The paper presents an account of research findings dealing with the development of a thermodynamic equilibrium model based on chemical reactions resulting from gasification of solid wastes, apple juice waste and sugarcane bagasse. The existing data has been analyzed with respect to the effects of gasifier pressure and gas turbine inlet temperature...
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In the present study, a new thermodynamic cycle for effective exploitation of biomass gasification potential is explored which combines the combined power cycle with an ejector, and an absorption refrigeration cycle in order to increase the overall energy conversion efficiency. This exergy based performance analysis is conducted to investigate the...
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combines the Rankine cycle and the double-ejector refrigeration cycle. The resulting cycle would be driven by syngas/waste heats which are available at the exit of steam turbines and heat recovery steam generators, and this cycle will produce power as well as refrigeration. Observations show the increase in first and second law efficiencies of 6.3...
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This paper presents the findings of a thermodynamic investigation into the operation of a biomass driven syngas fuelled cogeneration cycle for combined production of power and cooling. A thermodynamic analysis through energy and exergy is employed, and a comprehensive parametric study is performed to investigate the effects of change in biomass mat...
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In this paper are reviewed some papers on the design and analysis of spring performance and fatigue life prediction of spring. There is also the analysis of failure in spring. The aim of this paper is to represent a general study on the analysis of spring. Compression springs are commonly used in the I.C. Engine valves, 2 wheeler horn & many more a...
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A second-law based exergetic study is undertaken for a parametric examination of CNG fuelled HCCI engine. The effects of change in equivalence ratio, turbocharger pressure ratio, ambient temperature, and hydrogen enrichment on the engine performance are investigated through energy and exergy efficiencies.
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This paper presents the findings of a thermodynamic investigation into the operation of a biomass fuelled gasification cogeneration cycle for the simultaneous production of refrigeration. A thermodynamic analysis through energy and exergy is employed to investigate the effect of gas turbine inlet temperature and steam turbine inlet pressure on perf...
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In this paper, energy and exergy analyses of a biomass-driven syngas-fuelled cogeneration cycle for combined production of power and cooling is presented. A parametric analysis is performed to investigate the effects of change in biomass material, gas turbine inlet temperature and steam turbine inlet pressure on performance of the topping integrate...
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In our article, we have tried to show, how to drastically improve the photovoltaic conversion efficiency and obtain efficiency over 40%. It can be achieved from improvement of multi-junction solar cells, by introducing a novel material, Indium Gallium Nitride, an ideal combination of band gaps and lattice matching. Its nano structure such as stacke...
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In this work finite time thermodynamics has been applied for the performance analysis and optimization, firstly for Carnot Heat pump with irreversibilities due to finite temperature difference between working substance and the reservoir with which it is in contact, secondly for closed regenerated Brayton heat pump cycle coupled to constant and vari...
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To meet out the challenges of increase in energy demand due to sheer growth in population of the world, commercialization of renewable sources of energy for power generation has become a necessity. Biomass which ranks fourth as a source of energy and is abundantly available due to agricultural waste and municipal waste provides a domain for green p...
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This communication presents a biomass fuelled cogeneration cycle for the combined production of power and refrigeration. The system is an integration of combined gas-steam cycle and absorption refrigeration cycle. A thermodynamic analysis through energy and exergy is employed, to investigate the effects of cycle pressure ratio, gas turbine inlet te...
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In this paper, the thermodynamic first law and second law analysis of combined power cycle are conducted. Energy and exergy distribution of biomass in the proposed cycle are shown. A parametric analysis is performed to investigate the effects of change in biomass material, gas turbine inlet temperature and steam turbine inlet pressure on performanc...
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This p7aper deals with the review on JIT (Just-In-Time) and its techniques i.e., Kanban, CONWIP & Hybrid production systems. In JIT philosophy, Kanban, CONWIP and Hybrid production systems are considered for controlling the production process. The literature regarding JIT and its techniques is also discussed briefly in this paper. This paper gives...
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Suspension system is one of the most important systems in a modern vehicle. It significantly contributes to the vehicle's availability and safety, keeps vehicle occupants comfortable, maintains controllability, other capabilities and also protects the vehicle from damage and wear. The latest independent suspension systems consists of Mechanical com...
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This paper investigates the effects of change in cycle pressure ratio and maximum cycle temperature as well as the change in refrigerant in organic Rankine cycle (ORC) on energy and exergy performance of biomass-driven triple-power cycle. The results show that both first and second law efficiencies of the proposed triple-power cycle decreases with...
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Gearing is one of the most effective methods for transmitting power and rotary motion from the source to its application with or without change of speed or direction. The bending and surface strength of the gear tooth are considered to be one of the main contributors for the failure of the gear in a gear set. Thus, determination of stresses has bec...
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This work presents a study and implementation of the pretending of residual stresses in molding. The objects of study are a cast iron tractor Hub part (provided by the company ESCORT, Faridabad) and an optimized version of the Hub resulting from the application of a topology optimization process. The models are solved through an uncoupled thermo-me...
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1 ABSTRAT Heat transfer enhancement using a trapezoidal channel with sharp edged wavy plate has been investigated by experimental work. The experiments were done for the Reynolds number in the range of 17037.1, 19799.9, and 26246.3 by varying heat flux. The results shows that the trapezoidal plate without wavy plate enhances the average Nusselt num...
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The various welding parameters such as welding speed, voltage and gas flow rate were varied on HSLA steel and the effects of these parameters on weld bead geometry such as penetration, width & height have been studied. Mathematical equations have been developed using factorial technique. And the result of various effects are shown in tables. (Numer...
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The gasification which requires minimal fuel processing converts the biomass material into combustible syngas for power generation in gas turbines. In this study, a thermo-chemical model based on equilibrium constants is developed for the gasification of rice husk, solid waste, saw dust and manure to find the composition of syngas. Gas turbine inle...
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This paper investigates the effects of change in cycle pressure ratio and maximum cycle temperature as well as exergy performance of biomass driven combined power cycle. The results show that both first-law and second-law efficiencies of proposed combined power cycle decreases with the increase in pressure ratio and increases with the increase in m...
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Interest in greater use of biomass fuels continues to grow in many countries around the world because it is considered as a renewable and clean energy source for producing electricity from combined cycles with low or zero life-cycle CO2 emissions. Therefore, in the future world energy scenario, biomass is expected to play a fundamental role for bot...
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Research on Dynamic Model of Anthropomorphic Robotics Finger Mechanisms (ARFM) is being carried out to accommodate a variety of tasks such as grasping and manipulation of objects in the field of industrial applications, service robots, and rehabilitation robots. The first step after kinematic modeling in realizing a fully functional of anthropomorp...
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Gears have wide variety of applications. They form the most important component in a power transmission system. The gears generally fail when tooth stress exceeds the safe limit. Therefore, it is essential to determine the maximum stress that a gear tooth is subjected to, under a specified loading. Analysis of gears is carried out so that these can...
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TDeep drawing process is an important sheet metal forming process used to manufacture wide variety of axisymmetric and nonaxisymmetric hollow sheet metal parts. Process-planning of deep-drawing is a highly complex, experience-based and time-consuming task. The conventional methods of carrying out process planning require expertise and are largely m...
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The focus of this paper is to investigate how a crack grows in a rectangular plate. We used the program AUTODESK INVENTOR PROFESSIONAL 2013 for crack grow and stress analysis. A specific rectangular plate was selected and a linear crack through thickness was investigated. The von mises stress near the crack tip is compared against the yield strengt...
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This paper investigates the characteristics of an involutes gear system including contact stresses, bending stresses, and the transmission errors of gears in mesh. Gearing is one of the most critical components in mechanical power transmission systems. Transmission error is considered to be one of the main contributors to noise and vibration in a g...
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Nowadays injection molding is probably the most important method of Processing of consumer and industrial goods, and is performed everywhere in the world. The developing of injection molding becomes a competition from day to day. This Process now integrated with computer control make the production better in quality and Better quantity. The trends...

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