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A The selection process on an average takes at least two months from the last date of submission of the applications. All selected candidates shall receive an Email notification through the SERB online portal, who are then required to download the offer letter. A Flexibility is provided to the Fellow and theMentor for utilising the Research Grant as per the needs of the research work.
Generally, the Research grant can be used for downloading minor equipment, consumables and contingencies. Q Can I recruit a manpower under this scheme? A There is no provision for providing manpower under this scheme. Q I have received my fellowship for the first year. What documents should I send to receive my scholarship for the second year?
A The Fellows shoulduploadannual Progress Report and financial statementsat the end of each financial year. The release of the next instalment of the grant will be considered only after submission of a Proper Utilization Certificate and Statement of Expenditure, financial year wise and b Annual Progress Report through the SERB online portal.
What procedure should I follow? The new host institute in any case should not be the institution from which the applicant has worked for his Ph. The transfer of the fellowship along with balance grant and the assets to the new institute is allowed, provided the administrative authority of both institutes agree in writing. The implementing institute should not incur any expenditure from the date of termination of the project or the date of resignation of fellow.
Q What are the rules for availing leave? Participation in scientific workshops held in India or abroad will betreated as on duty.
Maternityleave, as per the Govt. A SERB reserves the right to terminate the Fellowship at any stage if it is convinced that appropriate progress is not being made or the grant has not been utilized properly.
The fellows will work under a mentor, and it is hoped that this training will provide them a platform to develop as an independent researcher.
Eligibility: The applicant should be an Indian citizen.
The applicant must have obtained Ph. S thesis and are awaiting award of the degree are also eligible to apply. Similarly, in addition to military and civil engineering, the fields then known as the mechanic arts became incorporated into engineering. Canal building was an important engineering work during the early phases of the Industrial Revolution.
He was an English civil engineer responsible for the design of bridges, canals, harbours, and lighthouses. He was also a capable mechanical engineer and an eminent physicist.
Using a model water wheel, Smeaton conducted experiments for seven years, determining ways to increase efficiency. Smeaton designed the third Eddystone Lighthouse —59 where he pioneered the use of ' hydraulic lime ' a form of mortar which will set under water and developed a technique involving dovetailed blocks of granite in the building of the lighthouse.
He is important in the history, rediscovery of, and development of modern cement , because he identified the compositional requirements needed to obtain "hydraulicity" in lime; work which led ultimately to the invention of Portland cement.
Applied science lead to the development of the steam engine. The sequence of events began with the invention the barometer and the measurement of atmospheric pressure by Evangelista Torricelli in , demonstration of the force of atmospheric pressure by Otto von Guericke using the Magdeburg hemispheres in , laboratory experiments by Denis Papin , who built experimental model steam engines and demonstrated the use of a piston, which he published in Edward Somerset, 2nd Marquess of Worcester published a book of inventions containing a method for raising waters similar to a coffee percolator.
Samuel Morland , a mathematician and inventor who worked on pumps, left notes at the Vauxhall Ordinance Office on a steam pump design that Thomas Savery read.
The higher furnace temperatures made possible with steam powered blast allowed for the use of more lime in blast furnaces , which enabled the transition from charcoal to coke. The puddling process , patented by Henry Cort in produced large scale quantities of wrought iron. Hot blast , patented by James Beaumont Neilson in , greatly lowered the amount of fuel needed to smelt iron.
With the development of the high pressure steam engine, the power to weight ratio of steam engines made practical steamboats and locomotives possible. One of the most famous engineers of the mid 19th century was Isambard Kingdom Brunel , who built railroads, dockyards and steamships. Offshore platform, Gulf of Mexico The Industrial Revolution created a demand for machinery with metal parts, which led to the development of several machine tools.
Boring cast iron cylinders with precision was not possible until John Wilkinson invented his boring machine , which is considered the first machine tool. Precision machining techniques were developed in the first half of the 19th century. These included the use of gigs to guide the machining tool over the work and fixtures to hold the work in the proper position.
Machine tools and machining techniques capable of producing interchangeable parts lead to large scale factory production by the late 19th century. In there were a dozen U. In , there were 6, engineers in civil, mining , mechanical and electrical. Germany established technical universities earlier. The theoretical work of James Maxwell see: Maxwell's equations and Heinrich Hertz in the late 19th century gave rise to the field of electronics.
The later inventions of the vacuum tube and the transistor further accelerated the development of electronics to such an extent that electrical and electronics engineers currently outnumber their colleagues of any other engineering specialty.