Advanced Design and Analysis Group

The 'Advanced Design and Analysis Group (ADAG)’ at CSIR-CMERI is involved in the areas of Design and Analysis that integrate science  to the understanding of mechanical systems and the design process, including the development of applications meeting industrial, societal and strategic needs.

The capabilities and experience of the group is in design and analysis that include but are not limited to: Technologies related to Accelerator Physics, Aerospace, Automotive, Biomechanics, Special Purpose Machines, Manufacturing, Chemical and Renewable Energy. The group has extensive experience in a wide range of industrial and research projects and has worked with several academic and industrial partners to deliver successful results as per the mission and mandate of the Laboratory.

Section Activities: 

The Group has the following recent activities:

  • Design Of Beam Stoppers For Super-FRS In FAIR (Facility for Anti-Proton and Ion Research) Project at GSI, Darmstadt, Germany.
  • Design And Development Of  Force Reflecting System (FRS) For Human Grasping Action
  • Mathematical Modelling And Numerical Simulation Of Underground Coal Gasification Process
  • Numerical Modelling Of Multiphase Flow, Solid-Liquid Phase Transformation, Reactive Flow And Bluff Body Flows
  • Design And Development Of Farm Tractor and Mechanized Implements
  • Battery Thermal Management Through Use Of PCM Based Materials
Projects List:  Feasibility study of graphene based PCM cooling for battery thermal management system Designing of Beam stoppers for super FRS in FAIR Project Development of Underground Coal Gasification (UGC) technology in India (CoalGasUrja) Development of assembly line for 12 HP Krishishakti tractor Facility:  Co-ordinate Measuring Machine F 1006 Collaboration:  Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP) Bose Institute Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre Coal India Limited GIS Banner Images:  Division Head E-mail: Research Area:  Manufacturing & Material Processing Agricultural Machinery Achievement: 

Contribution to the Design and Development of First successfully tested indigenous RFQ LINAC at Variable Energy Cyclotron Center (VECC), Dept. of Atomic Energy under Collaborative Research Programme with VECC(DAE), Kolkata. The system was 2nd in ASIA after Japan and with successful testing INDIA JOINS THE ELITE CLUB OF 6 NATIONS.

Division Head:  Avik Chatterjee (1030) Scientist:  Bibhuti Ghosh (1015) Lal Das (1085) Abhijit Mahapatra (1183) Dipankar Chatterjee (1353) Bittagopal Mondal (1367) Prosenjit Das (1387) Amit Kumar (1391) Moloy Das (1469) Palash Maji (351) Technical Staff:  Anindya Chattopadhyay (1228) Tanmoy Das (1377) Pallab Chatterjee (1385) Others:  Project Staff/Research Scholar Department Image:  Belongs To:  Director Department category:  R & D Groups