TIET Newsletter
Mar 2015
In this Issue
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics: Applications in Medical Science
  • Microsoft HoloLens: An Amazing Technology
  • Smart Substances: Self-Healing Materials
  • TIET Updates

Continuing research and advancements in the field of Nanotechnology have allowed researchers to have more control over substances at molecular level, enabling them to change the properties of these substances according to needs. This has brought remarkable change in the field of electronics and communication, engineering, computer science, science and technology, medical sciences, etc. The developments in Nano science and Nanotechnology has led to the production of more efficient and miniature version of electronic and electrical devices such as micro-scale transistors, modern digital storage devices such as millipede memory that writes data bits as dimples and stores trillion bits per inch, medical equipment used in health diagnosis and complex surgery, etc. The Nano technology promises a lot more and may, in future, play important role in our daily life.

Computational Fluid Dynamics: Applications in Medical Science
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) used for fluid analysis and associated phenomena with the use of computer-based simulation is very powerful analysis method and spans a wide range of areas.
Generally a mechanical engineering field, CFD is fast emerging in biomedical field with the advent of improved yet low cost devices.

CFD usually dedicated to flow and flow behavior of fluids in mechanical engineering field is being used by medical researchers to gain an increased knowledge of how body fluids and system components are expected to perform, to make the required improvements for bio-fluid physiology studies, and to develop medical devices. CFD offers chances for simulation before a real commitment is undertaken to execute any medical design alteration and may provide the correct direction to develop medical interventions.


Microsoft HoloLens: An Amazing Technology
Microsoft has introduced a new technology that seamlessly blends high definition holograms with real world. In this technology, a device called Microsoft HoloLens – a cordless smart glasses self-contained Windows 10 unit, is used to interact with holograms that represent your 2D or 3D physical objects [apps, folders, files, etc.]. You can pin your applications, files, etc. at any location in the physical space such as on floor, walls and can operate them through physical gesture just like you do with mouse pointer on the computer or by using voice commands.

Microsoft HoloLens uses advanced sensors, a high – definition 3D optical head-mounted display, and spatial sound to allow for augmented reality applications, with a natural user interface that the user interacts with through gaze, voice, and hand gestures.

For more information, refer to the following link:

http://www.microsoft.com


Smart Substances: Self-Healing Materials
Imagine a structure develops cracks due to earthquake or a vehicle is damaged that could repair itself. This can be true as researchers have invented self-healing materials that could revolutionize the way we build structure and vehicles.

Self-healing materials are those substances that have the ability to repair itself; for example, some polymers have the ability to knit back together. The researchers have developed self-healing properties in material by adding such substances to them; for example, by putting bacteria into concrete, or by sprinkling tiny capsules of a glue-like substance into sealants used on ships. When bacteria is added to concrete, a substance called bio-concrete is formed that has the ability to fill in its own cracks and holes. The mechanism behind this is that when cracks develop in the wall, the bacteria start growing there and they release calcium carbonate, a substance similar to limestone. As a result, the cracks are filled in with what is essentially the waste material of these bacteria, who are engineered from extremophile bacteria that thrive in extremely dry conditions.

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Training
  • TIET conducted one day awareness program on Emerging Technologies at St.Andrews Institute of Technology and Management (SAITM).

  • TIET delivered a guest lecture on scope of GIS at the field of civil engineering in KIIT, Gurgaon.

  • TIET recently signed a contract with Honda Motorcycle Scooters India Private Limited for enhancing the drafting and detailing skills of their workforce deputed in maintenance/procurement department.

  • TIET started Web and Graphic Design courses at its new center located in Sector-56, Gurgaon

  • TIET started offering evening classes for working professionals.


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