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Effect Of Solutionising Time On Mechanical Properties Of Squeeze Casted Al 6082 – Sicp Composite, R. GANESH, M.S. AZHAKESH, C. BALACHANDRAN, K. CHANDRASEKARAN 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering, R.M.K Engineering College, Chennai, India

Effect Of Solutionising Time On Mechanical Properties Of Squeeze Casted Al 6082 – Sicp Composite, R. Ganesh, M.S. Azhakesh, C. Balachandran, K. Chandrasekaran

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Aluminum matrix composites refer to the class of light weight high performance aluminum centric material systems. The unique tailorability of the composite materials for the specific requirements makes these materials more popular in a variety of applications such as aerospace, automotive (pistons, cylinders, liners, bearings), and structural components, resulting in savings of material and energy. In this project, fabrication of Aluminum MMC by liquid metallurgy route (Squeeze Casting) is discussed in detail. The mechanical properties of 6082 aluminum alloy discontinuously – reinforced with fine particulates of SiCp reinforcement and solutionising time during heat treatment of the composite on hardness, density and ...


Statistical Methods To Estimate Natural Frequency Of Air Conditioner Piping, SWAPNIL A. PATIL, A. S. RAO, LALIT BAVISKAR 2020 Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai, India

Statistical Methods To Estimate Natural Frequency Of Air Conditioner Piping, Swapnil A. Patil, A. S. Rao, Lalit Baviskar

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Resonance is a critical phenomena in the designing of any structure. Piping structure, which is one of the several elements of air conditioning and refrigeration system, undergo severe vibration. In practice different approaches such as experimental, analytical, numerical and statistical methods are used to study vibration characteristics of a structure. Statistical method acts as a first hand tool to judge the behaviour of a system. Statistical methods minimise redesign process and expensive methods of controlling vibrations, saving significant amount of effort, cost and time. In the present study, statistical methods are used to estimate fundamental natural frequency of a pipe ...


Effect Of Experimental Variables On Tribological Properties Of Martensitic Stainless Steel, S.G. SAPATE, AVISHKAR RATHOD, s AHMED 2020 Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, VNIT, Nagpur

Effect Of Experimental Variables On Tribological Properties Of Martensitic Stainless Steel, S.G. Sapate, Avishkar Rathod, S Ahmed

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Wear by slurry abrasion occurs during transport of abrasive slurries encountered in industrial and specially mining applications, extruders, and in slurry pumps. Steel piping systems are widely used in mining to convey the mineral, ore and tailing slurries to the processing plant, as well as to recycle the debris medium back to the mining area. Hardfacing by welding is one of the economic methods to improve wear resistance of engineering components. The present work reports slurry abrasion behaviour of hardfaced martensitic stainless steel under a wide range of experimental condition. The slurry abrasion experiments were performed using slurry abrasion test ...


Improved Corrosion Resistance Of Friction Stir Zone Of Rare Earth Magnesium Alloy Ae42, M GOVINDARAJU, K BALASUBRAMANIAN, K PRASAD RAO, UDAY CHAKKINGAL 2020 Non-Ferrous Materials Technology Development Centre (NFTDC), Kanchanbagh Post, Hyderabad

Improved Corrosion Resistance Of Friction Stir Zone Of Rare Earth Magnesium Alloy Ae42, M Govindaraju, K Balasubramanian, K Prasad Rao, Uday Chakkingal

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Corrosion studies on friction stir welded AE42 magnesium alloy were carried out in 0.1 M ammonium carbonate solution. For better understanding, comparative analysis of corrosion rates was carried out before and after welding. Friction stir weld zone was more corrosion resistant than the parent metal under similar experimental conditions. Grain size was refined at weld zone. Second phase intermetallic particles were refined into tiny pieces of 1-2 micron size and evenly distributed throughout the matrix. Local electrochemical imbalance was eliminated due to the grain refinement and elimination of continuous grain boundary. These phenomena improved the corrosion resistance of weld ...


Numerical Transient Heat Transfer Analysis Of Reactor For Magnesium Based Alloy For Hydrogen Storage Application, B. D. TILVA, N. K. SHAH, K. G. BAMBHANIYA, G. S. GREWAL 2020 Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

Numerical Transient Heat Transfer Analysis Of Reactor For Magnesium Based Alloy For Hydrogen Storage Application, B. D. Tilva, N. K. Shah, K. G. Bambhaniya, G. S. Grewal

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Metal hydrides are potential hydrogen storage media. They release hydrogen at moderate temperatures and pressures. Magnesium hydride is a promising approach for stationary power system application, due to high hydrogen storage capacity by weight. Magnesium hydride based reactor design is more complex due to high thermal energy release and absorption during hydriding reaction and dehydriding reaction, respectively. In this study, results of a numerical modeling study are presented for a 1.5 kg Magnesium alloy based hydriding reactor. Temperature profile in the reactor is computed by FEM analysis using ANSYS software for hydriding and dehydriding reaction. FEM analysis indicates that ...


Vibration Analysis Of Pump Wi Th Vfd Technology, AMEY N. MATHAKARI, ANIKET S. MHATRE, DEEPAK S. PAWAR 2020 Pravara Rural Engineering College, Loni, Tal. Rahata, Dist. Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra

Vibration Analysis Of Pump Wi Th Vfd Technology, Amey N. Mathakari, Aniket S. Mhatre, Deepak S. Pawar

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) regulates the speed of a 3-phase AC electric motor by controlling the frequency and voltage of the power it delivers to the motor. Today, these devices (also known as Adjustable Speed Drives or Variable Speed Drives) are becoming prevalent in a wide range of applications throughout industry, from motion control applications to Cooling Towers, from water treatment facilities to machining areas, and many others. Considering the Economical and Environmental factors, it is advisable to modify the existing system rather than replacing it with new one. This project exercises this concept of vibration control in order ...


Exergy Destruction And Chemical Irreversibilities During Combustion In Spark – Ignition Engine Using Oxygenated And Hydrocarbon Fuels, MUNAWAR NAWAB KARIMI, SANDEEP KUMAR KAMBOJ 2020 Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Exergy Destruction And Chemical Irreversibilities During Combustion In Spark – Ignition Engine Using Oxygenated And Hydrocarbon Fuels, Munawar Nawab Karimi, Sandeep Kumar Kamboj

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The growing concern for energy, economy and environment calls for efficient utilization of natural resources in developing useful work. Second law of thermodynamics provides different perspective compared with first law. This paper provides an overview of the quantitative levels of exergy destruction and chemical irreversibilities during the combustion. For the adiabatic combustion at constant volume, entropy generation approach with second law of thermodynamics is applied. The result of this study is based on a spark ignition, single cylinder combustion engine with stoichiometric condition. Iso-octane, methane, methanol and ethanol are the fuels examined. This study shows that exergy destruction during combustion ...


Finite Element Analysis And Natural Frequency Optimization Of Engine Bracket, UMESH S. GHORPADE, D. S. CHAVAN, VINAAY PATIL, MAHENDRA GAIKWAD 2020 Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Sakharale, Islampur, India

Finite Element Analysis And Natural Frequency Optimization Of Engine Bracket, Umesh S. Ghorpade, D. S. Chavan, Vinaay Patil, Mahendra Gaikwad

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The automotive engine mounting systems are very important due to different aspects of vehicle performance. Early in improvement the building of the engine mounting system should be rapidly checked and precisely analyzed, without sample of a vehicle authorization. Engine bracket has been designed as a framework to support engine. Vibration and fatigue of engine bracket has been continuously a concern which may lead to structural failure if the resulting vibration and stresses are severe and excessive. It is a significant study which requires in-depth investigation to understand the structural characteristics and its dynamic behavior. This paper presents and focuses on ...


Optimization Of Spot Welding Of An Assembly Like B-Pillar Of A Car For Minimum Distortion, By Sequencing Technique, K. D. Hardikar, D. J. Nidgalkar, K. H. Inamdar 2020 Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli

Optimization Of Spot Welding Of An Assembly Like B-Pillar Of A Car For Minimum Distortion, By Sequencing Technique, K. D. Hardikar, D. J. Nidgalkar, K. H. Inamdar

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The aim of this paper is to achieve optimisation of spot welding sequence to minimise the distortion of a sheet metal assembly. The distortion of the assembly involving number of spot welds is different for different sequences of welding The assembly consists of sheet metal components which are joined by using various welding sequence schemes. The components are manufactured in quantity and welding with various sequences. After welding the distortions in an assembly due to welding sequence change are worked out and compaired. The sequence with minimum distortion is suggested a solution for the quality manufacturing with minimum distortion induced ...


Dcs - The Best Platform For Automation Of Process Industries, J. Jeyanth Babu, M. Vijay Pravin, K. S. Vignesh 2020 KONGU Engineering College, Erode

Dcs - The Best Platform For Automation Of Process Industries, J. Jeyanth Babu, M. Vijay Pravin, K. S. Vignesh

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Process industries have gone through many changes over the years. Right from the microprocessors, PLC, SCADA the automation is steeply increasing. Many process industries are not properly automated. Hence man power, hazards, money spent and maintenance are also high. So in order to avoid all problems automation is very essential. Every process industry must be properly automated with DCS. Here we have come up with a proposal to automate cement mill in a cement industry using DCS with an interlock.


Reliability Estimation Model For Software Components Using Cep, R. Chinnaiyan, S. Somasundaram 2020 A.V.C. College of Engineering , Mayiladuthurai, Tamil Nadu

Reliability Estimation Model For Software Components Using Cep, R. Chinnaiyan, S. Somasundaram

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

This paper presents a graphical complexity measure based approach with an illustration for estimating the reliability of software component. This paper also elucidates how the graph-theory concepts are applied in the field of software programming. The control graphs of several actual software components are described and the correlation between intuitive complexity and the graph-theoretic complexity are illustrated. Several properties of the graph theoretic complexity are presented which shows that the software component complexity depends only on the decision structure. A symbolic reliability model for component based software systems from the execution path of software components connected in series, parallel or ...


Plc-Scada Based Automated Logistics Warehouse Management System, V. Ramanan, Sachin. R 2020 Sri Sai Ram Engineering College, Chennai

Plc-Scada Based Automated Logistics Warehouse Management System, V. Ramanan, Sachin. R

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

This paper is based upon use of PLCs(Programmable Logic Controllers)and SCADA(Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)for the purpose of automatic material handling inside the warehouse and the logistics industries . Involvement of manpower has various disadvantages and so automating the process will curb all the demerits The implementation of this system would reduce the work done by humans to about 90% and thereby resulting in the increase in work/process speed.


Availability Of Water In Tapi Basin For Maharashtra State, SANJAY D. BONKILE, P. S. PAJGADE 2020 Civil Engineering Department, Prof Ram Meghe Institute of Technology and Research, Badnera (Amravati), Maharashtra

Availability Of Water In Tapi Basin For Maharashtra State, Sanjay D. Bonkile, P. S. Pajgade

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The Tapi basin is spread in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujrat.The water allotted to Maharashtra state is about 191.4 TMC has been exausted.There is no scope for new project in the region based on water availability. The attempt is being made to use the available water by transferring the same within sub-basin so that the different storages within the catchment can be optimally used to store the water.


Experimental Studies On Mechanical, Friction And Wear Of Non Asbestos Organic Brake Linings For Light Motor Vehicle, M.P. NATARAJAN, B. RAJMOHAN, S. DEVARAJULU 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jerusalem College of Engineering, Chennai

Experimental Studies On Mechanical, Friction And Wear Of Non Asbestos Organic Brake Linings For Light Motor Vehicle, M.P. Natarajan, B. Rajmohan, S. Devarajulu

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In this study, flyash based non asbestos organic brake lining composition of more than 14 ingredients was investigated to study the effect of ingredients on various behavior of friction properties. Two types of friction materials with different combinations were developed: i) fly ash range (10 %to 60%) and ii) without fly ash based friction materials were investigated to study the effect of ingredients on the friction characteristics and wear. The main focus on the average normal coefficient of friction, hot coefficient of friction (Fade and recovery), wear loss, mechanical, as the function of the relative amount of the ingredient. The ...


Indigenous Castor Oil Biodiesel An Alternative Fuel For Diesel Engine, INGLE S., NANDEDKAR V. M. 2020 Department of Mechanical Engineering,Kopargaon 423 603, India

Indigenous Castor Oil Biodiesel An Alternative Fuel For Diesel Engine, Ingle S., Nandedkar V. M.

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Rising petroleum prices, increasing threat to the environment from exhaust emissions and global warming have generated intense international interest in developing alternative non-petroleum fuels for engines. The present work aims to find out the prospects and opportunities of using methyl esters of castor as fuels in an automobile. The suitability of such fuels in transportation vehicles helps in saving foreign exchange and use can be made of locally available resources. Tests were conducted on a four stroke, four cylinder, D.I. diesel engine with Diesel and Biodiesel. The results of the emission tests on smoke meter are compared for 100 ...


Analysis Of Spot Welding Electrode, RAJANARENDER REDDY PINGILI 2020 ME Advanced Design and Manufacturing. Vasavi College of Engineering, Hyderabad.

Analysis Of Spot Welding Electrode, Rajanarender Reddy Pingili

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Electric resistance spot welding has been extensively used for many years in the automotive and aerospace industry for joining body sheet components. Compared to other welding processes such as arc welding process, resistance spot welding is fast, easily automated and easily maintained. Accurate thermal analysis of spot welding electrode could permit critical design parameters to be identified for improved electrode life. It is a complex process where coupled interactions exist between electrical, thermal and mechanical phenomena. On the other hand, finite element method (FEM), which can deal with nonlinear behaviors and complex boundary conditions, provides a powerful tool for studying ...


An Experimental Study Of Applying Various Cutting Edges On Wiper Milling Inserts In Face Milling Aisi 1070 Steel, SATHISH KUMAR N, PADMAKUMAR M 2020 Technology Centre, Kennametal India Ltd., Bangalore, India

An Experimental Study Of Applying Various Cutting Edges On Wiper Milling Inserts In Face Milling Aisi 1070 Steel, Sathish Kumar N, Padmakumar M

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In metal cutting industry, edge preparation on carbide inserts have a significant effect on the productivity of a machine. In this study, the effect of various cutting edge preparations on wiper facet which influences various force components and surface finish in the rough milling operation of AISI 1070 steel were experimentally investigated. Tungsten Carbide inserts with three distinct edge preparations and AISI 1070 steel blocks were used. Three-factor (Cutting speed, Feed and Geometry), three-level full factorial design experiments were conducted under dry conditions. During the rough milling operation, three components of forces and surface finish of the machined surface were ...


A Case Study On Gas Recovery Unit For R-22, YOGESH K. MHATRE, GANESH V. JADHAV, YOGESH R. JAGTAP, SANKET A. BHANDARKAR, T. Z. QUAZI. 2020 Saraswati College of Engineering, Sector-5, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai – 410210, University of Mumbai.

A Case Study On Gas Recovery Unit For R-22, Yogesh K. Mhatre, Ganesh V. Jadhav, Yogesh R. Jagtap, Sanket A. Bhandarkar, T. Z. Quazi.

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The present research is concerned with proper recovery of the R-22 [1] gas, which is widely used in various R.A.C. fields on the system failure and reusing these recovered gases again for the future use. It is well known that various cooling units are widely spread in their applications and are circulating R-22 as a refrigerant. It is intended to recover this type of refrigerant by any means preventing its ill effects on environment. The time required for recovering is less, hence the system requires less time. The recovery rate of the unit ranges between 1 to 2 ...


A Case Study On Improving The Productivity Using Ie Tools, BHAVIK SHAILESHKUMAR SHETH, TANMAY SWAROOP, RABINDER HENRY 2020 International Institute of Information Technology, Pune, Maharashtra, India

A Case Study On Improving The Productivity Using Ie Tools, Bhavik Shaileshkumar Sheth, Tanmay Swaroop, Rabinder Henry

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Assembly line balancing has been a focus of interest in Industrial Engineering for the last few years. Assembly line balancing is the problem of assigning tasks to workstations by optimizing a performance measure while satisfying precedence relations between tasks and cycle time restrictions. Line balancing is an important feature in ensuring that a production line is efficient and producing at its optimum. The process of Line balancing attempts to equalize the work load on each workstation of the production line. Mixed model assembly lines are increasing in many industries to achieve the higher production rate. This study deals with mixed-model ...


Ageing Rate Of Paper Insulation In Transformers On Its Mechanical Strength, K.L.N MURTHY, FATHE MOHAMMAD, S. SREENATHA REDDY 2020 Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Eswar College of Engineering & Technology,Narsaraopeta, India

Ageing Rate Of Paper Insulation In Transformers On Its Mechanical Strength, K.L.N Murthy, Fathe Mohammad, S. Sreenatha Reddy

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

It is well known that the paper and oil used in transformers Degrade with time at rates which depend on the temperature and the amount of air and water present [1, 2]. Various devices such as completely sealing the units, using nitrogen blankets and using flexible membranes, have been suggested as means of improving the lifetime of the oil. In addition, thermally upgraded papers have been devised and have been available for some years. Some supply authorities and transformer manufacturers have been using some or all of these devices with varying degrees of success. Many others have taken the stance ...


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