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Internal Combustion or IC Engines have had a great impact on human life. These engines produce immense power in contrast to their size and weight. Today, these engines power almost all air and land vehicles.
In this workshop students get firsthand experience of the working principles for IC Engine Design. By dismantling a real IC Engine into components, participants can explore the engineering involved in an automotive engine system.
Dismantling and assembling the engine
Assembling and dismantling 4 stroke and 2 stroke engines
Lecture Session - 4 hrs
Design Session - 1 hr
Hands-on Session - 8 hrs
Certificate Distribution - 1 hr
Theory Session -
Basic Components of a Motor Cycle
Advanced Ignition, Braking and Exhaust systems
Advanced topics on Turbo and Nitro charged Engines
Component and structure of Chassis, Handling and steering system
Advanced topics on Engine Control Unit, Sensors, and Actuators etc.
Design and detailed sketching of Piston assembly
Hands-on Session -
Dismantling of the engine into individual components
Analyzing all the components first hand
Live demonstration of the internal engine mechanisms
Re-assembly of the engine
Live demonstration of 2 stroke diesel engine parts and its working
4 stroke Bajaj pulsar DTSI engine *
2 stoke Diesel engine *
Working Tools *
These components would be provided during the workshop but would be taken back after the workshop. This is being done to reduce the cost of the workshop and make it affordable for students.
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Certificate of Completion
Certificate of Completion with Distinction (for top performers)
Students from Mechanical, Automobile and Aeronautical engineering departments
Students interested for a career in Automobile and related fields of engineering
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Suryapet is located 120 kilometres from Hyderabad,112 kilometres from Warangal,140 kilomeers from Vijayawada,60 kilometres from Khammam,90 kilometres from Janagam and 50 kilometres from Nalgonda.As it is not connected with Rail, passengers use bus to travel lo distant places. Suryapet is a major road junction. TSRTC operates buses from Suryapet to several places like Hyderabad/Secunderabad, Vijayawada, Warangal, Khammam, Nalgonda,Karimnagar,Miryalaguda, Vishakapatnam, Adilabad, Nizamabad, Janagaon, Srisailam, Tirupathi in Andhra Pradesh. Mumbai, Pune, in Maharashtra State and Bidar, Bangalore in Karnataka State. Suryapet depot is having larger fleet of buses.
Places of worship
In and around the city there are many places to worship.Temples of Hanuma, Shiva, Santhoshi Maatha, Saibaba, Venkateswara, veera badra swamy,dandu maisamma, Ramalingamanthula, swamy Krishna and many mosques and churches are always open to the religious folks.The famous temple in Suryapet is Venkateswara Temple, Sai baba Temple, Ayappa Swamy Temple held at bypass road, Ramalingeswara Swamy temple located at VidyaNagar.
Old Shivalayam Temple: This is a historical temple in the old city.
Hanuman Temple : This well known temple is located in Rajeev Nagar, near M.R.O Office. It is very famous from nearly about 40 years.
Church: Suryapet Church is one of the biggest and oldest churches in the region.
Dandu Maisamma Temple: Situated in Nimmikal. Famous and Powerful Temple.This is situated10 kilometres from Suryapet.
PillalaMarri is one of the oldest Lord Shiva temples which is considered to be 1000 years old. Pillalamarri, being the birthplace of the famous Telugu poet Pillamarri Pina Virabhadrudu, is not only historically but also culturally and religiously significant.
Moosi reservoir is 17 km from Suryapet. It is a local tourist attraction especially when the gates are opened during monsoon season. The reservoir provides water for irrigation and as well as drinking water to suryapet town. Fishing is done using professional nets. Every year fishing rights are auctioned to highest bidder. Fixed amount of money is paid to all male members in each family in the surrounding villages to compensate for their livelihood.
There is one of the oldest siva temple in the village where some wonders occur there regularly on the occasion of any special day.
Undrugonda is a Devotional place, famous for approximately 1000 year old Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple. It is a hilly area. The god here is believed to be powerful. Not only Lakshmi Narasimhaswamy temple, but also many other temples are in and around Undrugonda.
For the past 400 years, it is being celebrated at Lingamanthula Swamy(Lord Shiva) Temple in Durajpally, a suburb of Suryapet. It is one of the biggest Jatharas in India. Every two years in February nearly ten lakh people visit this carnival. It is second biggest Jathara in Telangana only after Samakka Sarakka Jathara.
Yendlapally is a very beautiful and big village in Suryapet mandal, with lots of greenery, lakes and canals, and famous for its lush paddy fields and the two seasons of monsoons which support cultivation of rice. The fields which stretch across the length and breadth, and famous for Ancient Shivalayam (1200 years old), Every year 'SHIVARATHRI THIRANALA', Shivalayam is situated at bank of Musi River and in the middle of paddy fields, and 'Saibaba' temple,'Anjaneya Swamy' temple, there is a big port named Kota Buruju, constructed as a strategic tower with big stones by the rulers of the Kakatiya Empires. This villages is just 12 kilometres (15 minutes drive) from SURYAPET Town.
Pallair Reservoir in Khammam district 25 kilometres from Suryapet provides delightful experience to its visitors.
Nagulapahad/Dubbagudem village is about 18 km south of Suryapet, famous for its temples. There are two Ancient temples (Trilingeswara Aalayam (Shivalayam) and Veerabhadreswara Aalayam) in this village, founded by the "Reddy Rajas" in the Kakatiya's era.They got the amazing art and beautiful sculptures carved on the black stone.These two temples are similar to the Warangal's "Thousand pillar temple" and Pillalamarri Temple. These temples are famous for SHIVARATHRI 'Jatara' conducted every year.
a village 24 KM towards East from District headquarters Nalgonda. There are several ancient temples built under the reigon of the Kakatiya and before. The historians, writers and people of Chandupatla village, where an inscription that confirmed the exact death date of great Kakatiya ruler Rani Rudrama Devi was found few years ago. Until the inscription was found in 1994 at Chandupatla that confirmed the death date of Rudrama Devi as 1289 AD, November 27, there was no proof available on the death of the first Hindu woman emperor of India. The inscription was installed very close to the village tank by a soldier of Rudrama Devi’s army Puvvula Mummadi, who is believed to be a native of Chandupatla. The inscription also says the Chief of Army of Rudrama Devi, Mallikarjuna Nayakudu, was killed on the same day, but there was no mention of the reason and the place of her death
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