Two-day National level technical workshop on KTM engine explore – “Mr. Engine” in association with 'KTM'
Rohini College of Engineering and Technology
In the row, a two-day workshop was organized by the Department of Mechanical engineering on 5th and 6th January 2018 in the presence of our eminent chief guest Dr.Bruse Rolphine Rose,Prof – AU - Tirunelveli. The gathering was welcomed by Student Visalakshi, third year Mech. Two sessions were planned to be conducted on the same day to facilitate the students to gain knowledge in their specific areas of interest. KTM Engine Tuning Workshop is a motorsports focused training, to understand the engine performance maps, behaviour, performance technicalities, tuning on PE standalone systems, manifold design, common errors and how to walk around them. KTM is a leader in the motorcycle industry, with riders on KTM motorcycles winning numerous championships around the world. Aim of the workshop is to provide state-of-the-industry motorcycles, training aids, tools and more to prepare students for successful careers in the motorcycle industry.
During the training session, Day 1 training covered the Engine selection - Duke 390 vs CBR600(Power and torque curves, Track layout and requirements), Understanding Duke 390 stock performance curves (Duke on the dyno) Intake manifold design (Restrictor design, Intake manifold runner length and volumes). Day 2 session concentrated on Stand-alone ECU options (Power Electronics).
Mechanical Engineers who are looking to develop engineering projects on drones can take up this course to understand the innovative technology from basics. By doing this mechanical workshop you will practically learn the concepts behind the engine control unit, sensors, and actuators and you will also learn to assemble & dismantle IC engines so as to know the internal working mechanisms. Thus, the workshop concluded with the Vote of Thanks by Student Ms.Sinuja, III Year Mechanical