AUTOPIA14-ANNA UNIVERSITY TRICHY-AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
Date of Function: 19.3.2014
1.Name of The Event: AUTOPIA’14
2.College Name: ANNA UNIVERSITY TRICHY
3.Department: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
4.Event Details:(About your Event Description,Scope, Objective, Papers Topics):
1. DRIVE CHAINS
2. HYBRID&ELECTRIC VEHICLES
3. ALTERNATIVE FUELS
4. F1 TECHNOLOGIES
5. AUTOMATED SYSTEMS
6.CFD & AERODYNAMICS
8. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
9. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
10. CHASSIS AND BODY DESIGN
STAGE I: ONLINE PAPER SUBMISSION:
1) Individuals or a team of max. 2 members can take part.
2) Participants must send their Abstract from the list of topics given above.
3) Abstract must be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the ‘subject’ specifying the topic of the paper.
4) The last date for submission of the abstract is 17.03.2014
5) An acknowledgement will be sent after we receive the abstract.
6) Short listed participants will be intimated through e-mail.
7) The following details must be sent along with the paper:
Name of the participant
College and Name of the Department
Contact details – Mobile No. and Email-id.
STAGE II: ON-STAGE PRESENTATION
1) The short-listed participants should present their paper at the symposium.
2) The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
1. MAXIMUM OF 2 MEMBERS ALLOWED IN A GROUP.
2. TIME DURATION FOR EACH PRESENTATION IS 10 MINUTES (7+3).
3. CANDIDATES ARE EXPECTED TO BRING TWO HARD COPIES AND A SOFT COPY OF YOUR PAPER.
4. REPORT TO THE VENUE 30 MINUTES BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE PRESENTATION.
NO OF ROUNDS=3
NO OF PARTICIPANTS PER TEAM=2
SOFTWARE USED=CREO ELEMENTS PRO E
BOTH THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE IS NEEDED FOR THIS.
With modelling, you pose. You want to look your best all the time. With acting, you have to be aware of the camera, but the more you show your imperfections, the better you're going to be.
1. No of questions=20. (Q&A)
2. Time duration=30 mins.
3. Written from with options available.
4. Questions will be based upon design software and models.
5. Screening will be done based upon the answers and qualified teams will advance to the next round.
1. Software based.
2. Isometric drawings will be given on the spot and teams have to finish the task within 30 mins.
3. Each team will receive different diagrams.
4. Teams which complete the task within the time limit will advance to the final round.
1. Software based.
2. Parts and model will be given to the teams.
3. Candidates have to draw the parts and have to assemble the parts to obtain the model.
4. The best two models will be the winners of the competition.
5. Decision will be based on the accuracy and neatness of the model.
6. Decision by judges will be the final one.
STUDENTS INNOVATION EXPO
Max no of persons/team=4
ENGINEERING IS SYNONYMOUS WITH IDEAS AND DESIGN. HERE IS A PLATFORM TO SHOWCASE YOUR CREATIVITY. COME AND EXHIBIT YOUR INGENIOUS IDEAS.
Student Project Expo will be a formal event where undergraduates and M.Engg. Students can show off any project they've been working. It includes any projects related to mechanical and automobile engineering. Third year students can showcase their miniproject ideas and it paves way for knowledge sharing. Final year students also can showcase their proposals and ideas and design and much more.
These will be evaluated by our judges and you can hear suggestions for improvement in the design and output. The best two will be rewarded with the prizes. The decision will be announced based upon the effectiveness of the project idea and its benefits & advantages.
Decision of judges will be the final one.
All Requests for Proposals (RFPs) should be sent from each team leader/project manager directly to the program managers specified above Or you can mail it to email@example.com.
"Two-Litre Pop Bottle Rockets may well be the GREATEST PHYSICAL SCIENCE TEACHING TOOL EVER CREATED!!" Middle grades students can manipulate and control variables, see their hypotheses verified or refuted, and graph their findings. High school students experience the nature of science at its best. They can document their abilities with the following concepts: inertia, gravity, air resistance, and Newton’s laws of motion, acceleration, relationships between work and energy or impulse and momentum, projectile motion, freefall calculations, internal and external ballistics, and the practice of true engineering. – NASA
Participants may design their own water rockets. It should fulfil all safety requirements.
The mass of the empty rocket without water must not exceed 0.5 kilograms
Only 2 or 2 1/2 Litre bottle is allowed to launch.
Any desirable nose shapes can be done.
Launch pad will be available on the arena itself.
Two members allowed per team.
The team which has got the largest distance travelling Rocket will be awarded as the winner.
Be prepared to fly like a pro.
A treasure hunt is a map-based puzzle that the entire team must solve. As in the workplace, smaller teams must succeed at their tasks before the entire company can reach its goal - opening the treasure-filled chest!
A team can have maximum of three persons.
No external help like calculator, Mobile, electronic gadgets should be used.
Violating any of the rules will result in the elimination of the concerned team.
Duration –30 minutes.
No of questions =20 (Q&A).
Teams which get most questions correct will reach finals.
Duration – 1 hour.
10 clues will be given to reach treasure filled chest.
Clue will be handed over to all the team members at same spot.
Teams should travel by foot only.
Teams should not split up once they got the clue.
Top two teams win and winners should complete the hunt, handing over the 7 clues to the concerned organizing committee.
* Judges decision will be considered final.
I think what makes 'Jeopardy!' special is that, among all the quiz and game shows out there, ours tends to encourage learning. -Alex Trebek
Most fascinating knowledge based program
No of rounds= 3
No of participants per team=2
1. Written form Q&A 20 questions.
2. Questions on basics of automobile vehicles and some general facts on the automotive market.
3. All teams will get the same questions in different order.
4. Teams which get the most questions correct will advance to the next round.
5. Time Duration=30 mins.
Round 2: PART IDENTIFYING
1. Complex parts and mechanisms will be given as a diagram.
2. Teams have to identify the parts given in the diagram.
3. No of diagrams=10.
4. Time=20 mins.
5. Top 5 teams from this round will advance to the final(First round scores will also be considered as addition with this one).
6. Tie breaker will be held for teams if needed.
Round 3: ONSCREEN SHOW
1. Combination of several questions
B) Logo identification
C) Personality description
D) Years and profit data etc.
2. The Score in this round not alone chooses the winner.
3. The team which has highest marks combined from all three rounds will be the final winner.
4. Tie breaker also applicable if necessary.
5.Date of Event: 19.3.2014
6.Important Dates: 17.3.2014 LAST DATE TO SUBMIT PAPER
8.Registration Fees: RS 200
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