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INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT
ON
CENTRAL FARM MACHINARY TRAINING AND TESTING INSTITUTE BUDNI (M.P.) SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF THE
REQUIREMENT
FOR THE AWARD OF
DEGREE OF
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
OF
RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA
BHOPAL (M.P.)
BY
AVINASH PAWAR (0545ME091010)

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SESSION JULY-DECEMBER 2012

SHRI BALAJI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGMENT, BETUL

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

It gives me great pleasure to acknowledge my sincere thanks to CENTRAL FARM MACHINARY TRAINING AND TESTING INSTITUTE BUDNI (M.P.) for providing me an opportunity to undergo training in their organization. I am also thankful to HOD (dept. of mechanical engg.) SBITM, BETUL for providing me permission to pursue this training.

I also express my sincere and heartfelt gratitude to HOD Prof. RISHI YADAV for guidance regarding training. I sincerely acknowledge them for extending their valuable guidance, support and critical review on project. And finally, my sincere gratitude and thanks to all employees of power plant for co-operation and support during training.

AVINASH PAWAR
0545ME091010

CONTENTS

S.No.| TOPIC| PAGE No.|
1| INTRODUCTION| 5|
2| ABOUT THE INSTITUTE| 6|
3| FARM TRACTOR| 8|
4| TRACTOR COMPONENT| 11|
5| ENGINE AND TYPES OF ENGINE| 12|
6| PARTS OF ENGINE| 17|
7| TRANSMISSION SYSTEM| 20|
8| MAINTENANCE OF TRACTOR| 26|
9| CONCLUSION| 29|

INTRODUCTION:
Central Farm Machinery Training & Testing Institute, Budni is not only a name but a living culture, a culture that has been developed, as a result of untiring efforts of a team of men by their selfless and dedicated work. The Institute made a modest beginning in 1955 with a skeleton staff and meager resources . The assistance made available under the Technical Co-operation Mission of the United States gave a boosting effect in developing the needed infrastructure to run the initial activities. Activities first started at the periphery of the forest. Available army barracks were renovated to use as office, staff residence and trainees hostel. Forest land was cleared for use as farm. The centre was surrounded by reserved forest and occasionally , the official estate used to be visited by wild animals. In the initial period there was no proper road communication. The nearest district town Hoshangabad was not linked by road as there was no road bridge over the Narmada River during that period. Road bridge over Narmada was constructed only in the later part of the sixties. The only link was the rail . The local railway station had stoppage of only a passenger train in the morning and evening. There was no medical facility available. For medical facility the staff had to go to Bhopal , some seventy kilometer away. The centre in its years of growth got new buildings replacing the weather beaten shed-like buildings and developed the needed infrastructure. This includes separate training labs for I.C. engines, auto-electrical and farm motors, hydraulic system, irrigation pumps, plant protection equipments, test laboratories etc. It attained the status of an institute in 1983. Today the Institute provides facility and guidance for project work to the M.Tech and above level students of Agricultural Universities, including I.I.T. Kharagpur etc. In its testing activity, the first tractor was tested in 1961 manufactured by Renault Tractor Company, France . At that time India had no test codes of its own. Test codes for testing of different machines were evolved by the Centre based on BS, ISO and SAE codes. Drawbar performance test on tractors used to be conducted with gadgets fabricated by the centre locally. It was in the later part of the sixties that a tractor drawbar test load car was received under...
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