Journal of Advancement in Machines

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Pankaj B. Gavali, Sujit S. Patil, Nilesh V. Sabnis, Nilesh S. Desai, H. T Shinde
Journal of Advancement in Machines, Volume 7, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.46610/joam.2022.v07i01.001

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In the industrial industry, Special Purpose Machines (SPM) play a critical role in increasing productivity. Drilling and riveting activities are done on different machines in the majority of industrial processes, resulting in inefficient productivity. Drilling and riveting had hitherto been thought of as two separate procedures. To increase production, this study attempts to integrate two spindles and two turrets on a single machine. Work components are drilled on a drilling spindle and subsequently cut on a turret in this special purpose machine. Because the spindle shaft, ball screw, and slider base employed in this machine are crucial elements, static and modal analysis is performed using the Finite Element Analysis tool to determine stress distribution and natural frequency.
Basant Agrawal
Journal of Advancement in Machines, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.46610/joam.2021.v06i03.004

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In this paper, Solidworks and Ansys were used to design and study an exhaust fan mould. Several construction parameters of the object under examination, such as pressure at end of packing, the temperature at end of packing, Bulk Temperature at End of Packing, Shear Stress at End of Packing, Shear Rate at End of Packing, Volumetric Shrinkage at End of Packing, Temperature at Post-Filling End, Freezing Time at Post-Filling End, Residual Stress at Post-Filling End, Frozen Area at Post-Filling End and mesh sizes, could be studied in this way. Photographs and tables were used to examine all of the major components of polymer simulation. As a result, errors could be easily recognized, and by selecting the best parameters for the product, these flaws could be eliminated before the product's practical implementation. This analysis is very useful in real-life cost reduction of mold manufacturing and product manufacturing for industries and customers.
Mohd Ashraf Khan, Mohammad Nawaz Khan
Journal of Advancement in Machines, Volume 5, pp 19-25; https://doi.org/10.46610/joam.2021.v05i02.004

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This paper aims to highlight the subtle distinction in modules of green building rating systems with the help of an energy model. Various green building rating systems such as GRIHA, and IGBC that are indigenously developed and majorly used in India have been discussed. Brief attention to a particular module has been given and differences have been studied between the two green building rating systems.
P. B. Gavali, Akshay Patil
Published: 30 December 2017
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High productivity is the basic need of any manufacturing industry nowadays because of high quality product demand and cost efficiency. Turning is the basic operation in manufacturing and to optimize the process, the output parameters like material removal rate that is to be maximized and surface finish which is to be minimized, must be assessed at close look. The study shows the effect of input parameters (cutting speed, depth of cut and feed rate) on the parameters of the turning process. Three levels of each parameter are selected within the operating range and the experimental runs are performed according to Taguchi’s L-27 orthogonal array. The turning of EN9 specimen is carried out on CNC lathe. The material removal rate is found out by weight difference method and surface roughness is measured by 301 Mitutoyo surface roughness meter. After plotting the main effect charts and analyzing with ANOVA, it is found out that MRR is affected most by depth of cut and then feed rate. On the other hand, surface roughness is most affected by feed rate and then depth of cut. Cutting speed has statistically negligible effect on both the parameters. The study suggests optimum range of parameters that would give an efficient turning process.
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