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    What are the different recent topics for PhD in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING available in IIT and NIT?
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    Hi, these are topics

    Infrared Curing and Convection Curing
    Aeroplane Propulsion System
    Running gearing
    Fuel Energizer
    GPS And Applications
    Selective Laser Sintering
    Agile Manufacturing
    Cylinder deactivation
    Dyna-cam engine
    Apache Helicopter
    CAMM Systems
    Friction Stir Welding
    HEMI engines
    Just In Time Manufacturing
    Lean manufacturing
    Quality improvement tool "poka yoke"
    MEMS for Space
    Personal Protection
    Mine Detection Using Radar Bullets
    Overall Equipment Effectiveness
    Predictive Maintenance using Thermal Imaging
    Methanol Fueled Marine Diesel Engine
    Quality function deployment
    Quasi turbine
    Robots In Radioactive Environments
    Sidewinder Missile
    Smart Materials
    Transit Mixer & Concrete Pump
    Turbofan Engine
    Solar Sails
    Ultrasonic Metal Welding
    The Hy-Wire Car
    Thermal Barrier Coatings
    Ultrasonic Techniques for hidden corrosion detection
    Solar-powered vehicles
    Two Stroke Engine Using Reed Valves
    Vacuum Braking System
    Variable Valve Timing In I.C. Engines
    Space Elevator
    Thermal shock on interfacial adhesion of thermally conditioned
    Total Productive Maintenance
    Welding Robots
    Air powered cars
    Biomechatronic Hand
    Computer Aided Process Planning
    Re-entry of Space Vehicle
    Sensotronic Brake Control
    Skid Steer Loader and Multiterrain Loader
    Space Robotics
    Space Shuttles and its Advancements
    Continuously variable transmission (CVT)
    Cryogenic grinding
    Design, Analysis, Fabrication And Testing Of A Composite Leaf Spring
    F1 Track Design and Safety
    Green Engine
    Head And Neck Support (HANS)
    Hydro Drive
    Fractal Robots
    Smart Bombs
    Military Radars
    Stealth Fighter
    Handfree Driving
    Solar Power Satellites (SPS)
    Nano Technology
    Micro-Electromechanical Systems

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