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ISBN : 978-93-93557-37-7
Category : Academic
Catalogue : Reference
ID : SB20205


(Open Elective -II) (3161926) Gujarat Technological University Ahmedabad

Dr Anand Kumar Singh

e Book
Pages : 129
Language : English
PAPERBACK Price : 200.00

About author : 1. Dr. Anand Kumar Singh working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in Government Engineering College, Daman. He was done Ph. D from RKDF University Bhopal, and Did Master's Degree (MTech) from School of Energy and Environmental Studies DAVV, Indore in 2013 and Completed Graduation in Bachelors of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from Central India Institute of Technology (CIIT), Indore in the year 2010. He is a Lifetime Member of the Indian Society of Technical Education. In 2015 he was one of the Chief coordinators of Mini Spark 2015 (Annual Cultural Activity) at KJ Institute of Engineering and Technology. In 2015 his Paper was selected and presented at the National Conference organized by the Parul Institute of Technology on 3th and 4th April on the topic of “AGRO BASED BRIQUETTE FUEL NEW PATH FOR CEMENT INDUSTRIES” in NCEVT-6. Apart from this, he was attended and published 3 more papers on the national and international conferences and published 8 international papers in different journals. 2. Dr. Manish Gangil, Professor and Head of Department, Department of Mechanical Engineering Vedica Institute of Technology, RKDF University Bhopal. He was done his Ph.D. from MANIT Bhopal. he is a good person; an excellent teacher and teaching techniques are very useful for students. His friendly nature makes the subject easy to learn. his experience and knowledge helped a lot during projects, presentations, some daily life too.

About book : The book is based on the syllabus of Industry 4.0 for the pre-final year engineering students of all disciplines of Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat. The first industrial revolution came with the advent of mechanisation, steam power, and water power, which the human learn then after followed by the second industrial revolution, which revolved around mass production and assembly lines using electricity. The third industrial revolution came with electronics, I.T. systems, and automation, which led to the fourth industrial revolution that is associated with cyber-physical systems. Generally speaking, Industry 4.0 describes the growing trend towards automation and data exchange in technology and processes within the manufacturing industry, including Internet of Thing (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Cyber-physical systems (CPS), Smart manufacture, Smart factories, Cloud computing, Cognitive computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI) This automation creates a manufacturing system whereby machines in factories are augmented with wireless connectivity and sensors to monitor and visualise an entire production process and make autonomous decisions. The fourth industrial revolution also relates to digital twin technologies. These digital technologies can create virtual versions of real-world installations, processes, and applications. These can then be robustly tested to make cost-effective decentralised decisions. Industry 4.0 has already been demonstrated through business models such as offline programming and adaptive control for arc welding, taking the process from product design through simulation and onto the shop floor for production.

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