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Welding and Fabrication

INTERNSHIP REPORT

Submitted By

RISHABH SHAH

VII SEMESTER INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Guided by:

Mr. Vinod Chauhan
Escorts Construction Equipment Limited.

2011-2012

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT
R.V.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE-59
(Autonomous Institution under VTU, Belgaum)

Under taken at:
Escorts Construction Equipment Limited.
Plot 219, Sector-58, Ballabgarh, Haryana

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT
R.V. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE560059
(Autonomous Institution Under VTU, Belgaum)

Certificate

Certified that the Mini Project work entitled “Welding and Fabrication” is a bonafide work carried out by Rishabh Shah-1RV08IM053 in partial fulfilment of the academic requirements of VII semester in the engineering course in Industrial Engineering and Management during the year 2010-11.

Date:
Signature:

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to thank our project mentor Mr. Vinod Chauhan, ECEL who has been a guiding light for the project. Also, Mr. Amit Yadav, HR-ECEL for giving me this opportunity to carry out the project. A sincere vote of thanks to the staff of ECEL, without whose cooperation, I would not have competed the project.

Project Synopsis

The objectives of this project were to understand the functioning of backhoe loaders and its components and then analyzing the assembly line for bottleneck operations and suggesting ways to eliminate them. The current strength of workers is 89 spread over eight broadly categorized assembly stages. The production on an average working day is 3-4 BHLs which needs to be improved. Most of the work done is manual, using power driven tools. Therefore, improving worker efficiency and synchronization of work were key elements to be looked into for improving production. Contents

Organization Profile......................................................................................................................................................1 1.0 Literature Survey…………………...............................……………………………………………………….....2

1.1 New approaches for school time tabling problem......................................................................................2
1.2 Class timetable scheduling problem...........................................................................................................2 1.3Visualization of heuristic approach to classroom-period schedule optimization.........................................3 2.0 Existing Problem…….............................................................................................................................................4 3.0 Problem Genesis…….............................................................................................................................................4 4.0 Objectives…….......................................................................................................................................................4 5.0 Data Collection…...................................................................................................................................................5 6.0 Design and Development....…................................................................................................................................6

6.1 Algorithm………....……............................................................................................................................6
6.2 Considerations while design.............................…………..........................................................................7
6.2.1 Hard Constraints..........................................................................................................................7
6.2.2 Soft...
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