Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineering:“Mechanical engineers are at the forefront of developing new technology for farming, transportation, environmental remediation, safety, food production, housing, security, water resources, healthcare, etc.” says the report, based on the proceedings of The Global Summit on the Future of Mechanical Engineering, held April 16-18, 2008, Washington, D.C.
40 Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineering:
We have listed 40 Trends in Mechanical Engineering. Students can take Individual Topics and can make the PPT’s for their Technical Seminars so that they can know about the latest technologies which obviously does not know from Textbooks.
Mechanical engineering is the forefront of developing the latest technology in the following areas
- 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing)
- Interconnected Machines
- Internet of Things
- Industry 4.0
- Digital Manufacturing
- Bio-Medical Engineering
- Green Manufacturing
- Green Energy
- Alternative Energy(Solar energy and Other Renewable energies)
- Smart Materials/Composites
- Automation and Intelligent System
- Green Energy
- CAD CAM Sustainability
- Agricultural Technology (Equipment used in Agriculture)
- Energy Solutions
- Textile Industry
- Self Driving Cars and New Automated Transport solutions
- Manufacturing Optimization
- Rapid Tooling
- Project Management
- Laser Cooling
- 4D Printing Technology
- Nano Electro-Mechanical Systems
- Digital Twins
- Hyperloop Technology
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- IIOT (Industrial Internet of Things)
- Beamed Energy Propulsion
- Autonomous Vehicle
- A scramjet (Supersonic Combustion Ramjet)
- Fuel Efficient Engine Technologies
- High-Speed Machining
- Advances in Gas Turbine Technology
- Stir Friction Welding
- Agile Manufacturing
- Advances in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.
Additive Manufacturing is also known as 3D Printing because as the name implies, additive manufacturing adds the material to create a 3D object.
Additive Manufacturing(3D Printing) is a process in which the model of an object has to be created in any Modelling Softwares(CAD Software) and has to save in the format of.STL.
[.STL stands for Standard Triangular Language]
This format(.STL) essentially “slices” the object into ultra-thin layers. Each successive layer bonds to the preceding layer of partially melted or melted material.
For Full Article, Read: Additive Manufacturing: Fused Deposition Modelling, Selective Laser Sintering(SLS)
This is the explanation of Additive Manufacturing. The rest of the Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineering will be updated soon.
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