Global Institute of Engineering and Technology


EEE In House Projects

Hybrid Power generating system Project done by students (with a combination of WIND(15 W) and SOLAR(150 W) ). From Wind & Solar system we are getting 15 W &150 W. Total capacity of the Hybrid System is 165 W. The power generated from this is being used in the Examination branch Lighting loads the college.

Some of the inhouse projects done by students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering  are
  • Automatic water sprinkler system
  • Remote control systems for on and off of fans and lights
  • power generation while running and walking systems.
  • Remote control of loads using mobile  GSM technology.
  • Automatic Power generation from solar.

Mechanical Projects

Eco friendly ecar a major project designed and executed by 2016 pass out batch of Mechanical Engineering

  • Fabricated as a major project.
    Seating capacity of two persons.
  • The maximum speed of 25 Kmph.
  • Runs on two 12V batteries.
  • Continuous run up to 9 Km when fully charged.
  • A new horizon in the field of sustainable energy.
  • A paradigm shift towards non-conventional energy sources for short distance transportation

The Vamsadhara Project

Vamsadhara is the main river of North Eastern Andhra. The North Eastern Andhra region consists of three North Eastern Coastal districts in Andhra Pradesh state in India. Vamsadhara project is designed to meet the irrigation needs of North Eastern Coastal Andhra

The Vamsadhara project has two canals viz., the left main canal (LMC), irrigating about 148,000 acres (600 km2), and the right main canal (RMC) covering an ayacut of 62,280 acres (252 km2). The left main canal was completed long back. The right main canal was delayed due to various reasons. Gotta Reservoir feeds the right main canal. About 166 villages in seven mandals.

A 30 km long gravity canal is planned to link the Vamsadhara and Nagavali Rivers.[10] It will run from Hiramandalam reservoir to Narayanapuram barrage near Amudalavalasa and bring an additional 50,000 acres of ayacut under irrigation using 10 Tmcft of water from Vamsadhara basin.

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