End Sem Report File

Topics: Transmission, Axle, Assembly line Pages: 13 (2677 words) Published: June 17, 2013
Contents
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Acknowledgement2
Introduction to the company3
Swaraj Group4
Different Models5
Plant Administration6
Agenda7
Project 108-17
Project 218-24
Project 325-31
Project 432-38
References39

Content of Project
Objective
Introduction
Present Scenario
Disadvantages of present design
Suggested Reforms
Advantages of new design
Final Experimental judgement
Acknowledgement
We take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all the people who have been kind enough to render their help and guidance in the preparation of this report.

First of all, we express our thankful gratitude to Mr. Arun sharma (Senior Manager, Assembly shop) and Mr. Vinod Kumar Verma (Lecturer, Punjabi University) for bestowing their valuable advices, able guidance, close supervision, constant encouragement and continuous inspiration throughout the course of my work.

No words of mine can express thanks to workers and helpers (Swaraj Assembly Shop), who helped me a lot by their good self. I am indebted to them for their whole-hearted support and constant encouragement in finishing the work successfully. 2

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY

1) Leading tractor manufacturing industry.

2) Satisfied approximately 2.5 million customers all over India.

3) Best in class services and post-sale services.

4) Variety of products available as compared to other firms present in competition. 3
DIFFERENT MODELS OF SWARAJ TRACTORS
722 SUPER

724 FE

724 ORCHARD

733 FE

735 FE

744 FE

834 FE

855 FE

939 FE CONMESH
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L.M.S.

H.M.S.

Heat Treatment

Assembly

Paint shop

V.D.C.

Tool Room

R & D.

Quality.

Purchase

Technology

Managing sys.tem

Finance

Marketing.

H.R.D.

PRODUCTION
PRODUCT
SERVICES

SUPPORT
SERVICES
THE PLANT

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AGENDA OF TRAINING

TO GET INDUSTRIAL EXPOSURE.

FOR UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMICS OF MANUFACTURING AND MANAGEMENT WORKS GOING ON IN THE INDUSTRY. 7
PROJECT -1
Project-1
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OBJECTIVE

TO MAKE REQUIRED CHANGES IN TACKLE FOR PICKING
ENGINE AND TAKING IT TO CHASSIS ASSEMBLY LINE
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INTRODUCTION
Engines are not the integral part of phase IV plant. They are manufactured and assembled at Swaraj Engines Limited (SEL), phase IX plant. They are received as single assembly at one corner of assembly plant. They are then fitted with clutch plates, starter motor, front axle beam etc. As shown in figure, assembled front portion of engine is lined up for picking up and placing in main chassis line for assembly. Present method used for picking doesn’t seem quite safe and it is time consuming as well. This project discusses about the same and changes to be made. 10

PRESENT SCENARIO
As shown in pictures:
Firstly, a worker meshes 2 tapped rods on bolt heads provided on engine head. The other side of tackle is hanged in exhaust pipes side of the engine.
In next step, engine is moved towards chassis assembly line using hoister.
Finally, another worker un-meshes the tapped rods and removes the tackle from exhaust pipes side at the end of the station.

Disadvantages
On meshing and un-meshing of bolts and rods, they can wear out after some time due to rugged use by workers. This can further lead to weakening of threads, and thus, breakage. And engine can fall down any time in between. A quality time is consumed in meshing and un-meshing the threads. 11

SUGGESTED REFORMS-
Design 1
I tried to make few changes in design of the tackle used to carry the engine. I used “Solid Works” designing software to present the new design.
In the new design, carrier or tackle is in the shape of a fork. It is provided with slots at its bottom. Through these slots, rods are passed. These rods have protruded part at their tip. This ensures the proper locking.

This tackle is made in a way that these rods go into the space provided between intake and exhaust manifolds. Fork carrier...


References: Courtesy: Solid works designing software.
en.wikipedia.org.
Automobile Engineering by P. S. Gill.
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