mechanical-engineering-fabrication-projects-Compressed Air car

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Mechanical Engineering Innovative Design and Fabrication Projects

 

Compressed air Vehicle

Ø     Fuel Free Economical Compressed Air Car Vehicle Model

Ø     This is an economical vehicle model which runs using compressed air has a source with out any type of fuel.

Ø     Engineers have been trying for years to bring a compressed air car to market, believing strongly that compressed air can power a viable "zero pollution" car.

Ø     One major advan­tage of using compressed air to power a car's engine is that a pure compressed air vehicle produces no pollution.

Ø     Air cars are also designed to be lighter than conventional cars. The aluminum construction of these vehicles will keep their weight as low as possible.  

Ø     The vehicles themselves also will be relatively cheap.

Ø     The Below video shows our economical Fuel free air vehicle model:

mechanical-industry-based-projects-Semi-Automatic-Cutting-Machine

Mechanical Engineering Innovative Design and Fabrication Projects

 

Semi – Automatic Cap Warding Machine using Pneumatics

Ø     Inside the cap of the plastic oil cans two materials are present,

Ø     First a wadding a small circular cardboard like material

Ø     And second with the foil used to cover the neck of the bottle after filling with oil will be present.

Ø     These two materials are punched inside the cap in plastic manufacturing industries using hand effort.

Ø     This Semi – Automatic Cap Warding Machine will punch that wad into the cap using pneumatics action with zero human effort.

Ø     This type of machines is used in plastic manufacturing industries.

Ø     The Below video shows our design and fabricated model:

 

 

mechanical-pneumatics-based-projects-Metal Foil Cutting Machine

Mechanical Engineering Innovative Design and Fabrication Projects

 

Pneumatics Based Metal Foil Cutting Machine

Ø     Inside any plastic cans or aluminum tins there will be a thin sheet of metal covered to protect the inner contents and also for pilfer proofing.

Ø     These metal foils have to be cut in different shapes and different sizes.

Ø     Usually in small scale industries these are cut through hand operated mechanical arrangements which imply heavy human effort and labour cost is also increased.

Ø     To avoid this pneumatic based metal foil cutting machine is designed and fabricated.

Ø     Due to this human effort and labour cost is reduced.

Ø     Also only changing the cutting die tool in the machine paves way to a wider usage of this machine.

Ø     The Below video shows our design and fabricated model:

Mechanical-design-fabrication-Projects-Transfer Rail System using PLC

Mechanical Engineering Innovative Design and Fabrication Projects

 

Automatic Transfer Rail System Using PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)

 

Ø     In Automobile Factories and in other industries the applications are moved in conveyors.

Ø     Sometimes the application has to be moved from one conveyor to other conveyor then a lot of human effort needed for lifting and changing directions etc.,

Ø     For example based upon the height of cars it has to be moved from one conveyor to another set of conveyors.

Ø     So we can build this application fully automatic using a transfer rail and a plc control to control it.

Ø     This type of applications is used in automobile and other manufacturing industries.

Ø     The Below video shows our design and fabricated model:

Mechanics of Sheet Metal Forming

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

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Mechanical Engineers Handbook

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An Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

An Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design

 

Ø      Here we are going to discuss about the Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design,

 

Ø      Design is the process of problem solving. The primary objective of any engineering design project is to fulfill the human need or desire.

 

Ø      Professional engineers are concerned with obtaining solutions to practical problems. Such problems occur in a wide range of types and their degree of complexity also varies.

 

Ø      The real challenge is to transform the customers’ needs and expectations into technical specifications in an efficient and professional manner. This is a complex undertaking, requiring many skills.

 

Ø      The provided solutions must reflect an accurate understanding of customer needs and the underlying science. Such solutions also require empirical knowledge as well as engineering judgment.

 

Ø      Figure below shows the basic steps involved in the design process.