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Engineering Workshop

by Manoj Kumar Rout
Type: PracticalInstitute: BPUT Specialization: Mechanical EngineeringDownloads: 38Views: 1421Uploaded: 8 months agoAdd to Favourite

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Engineering Workshop Prepared by Er. Manoj Kumar Rout Asst. Professor Prepared by Er. Manoj Kumar Rout Asst. Professor 1
Content Sl.No. Name of the Experiments 1 2 INTRODUCTION OF WORKSHOP FITTING 3 WELDING 4 MACHINING Date of Execution Date of Evaluation Signature of Faculty Incharge Remarks Prepared by Er. Manoj Kumar Rout Asst. Professor 2
SYLLABUS FOR ENGINEERING WORKSHOP (As per BPUT) Fitting Practice: Use of hand tools in fitting, preparing a male and female joint of M.S. (Mild Steel) or making a paper weight of M.S. (Mild Steel) Welding Practice : Gas welding & Electric Arc welding Practice. A joint such as a Lap joint, a T-joint or a Butt joint is to be prepared or to make furniture. Machining: (i) Stepped cylindrical Turning of a job and Thread-cutting in lathe. (ii) Shaping (iii) Milling Reference Books 1. Elements of Workshop Technology, Vol. I and II by Hajra choudhary, Khanna Publishers 2. Workshop Technology by WAJ Chapman, Viva Books 3. Workshop Manual by Kannaiah/ Narayana, Scitech 4. EngineeringWorkshop Manual by Vishnu Universal Learing. 5. NPTEL (www.nptel.ac.in) Prepared by Er. Manoj Kumar Rout Asst. Professor 3
Instructions for Laboratory 1) The objective of the laboratory is learning. The experiments are designed to illustrate phenomena in different areas of Workshop and to expose you to uses of instruments. Conduct the job with interest and an attitude of learning. 2) You need to come well prepared for the job given by the workshop in charge/ concern faculty member. 3) Work quietly and carefully (the whole purpose of experimentation is to make reliable measurements!). 4) All presentations of job and diagram should be neatly and carefully done in your rough copy or Lab. Records. 5) Diagrams should be neatly drawn with pencil. Always display units. Come equipped with scales, pencils etc. 6) Do not fiddle idly with apparatus. Handle instruments with care. Report any breakage to the Instructor. Return all the equipment you have signed out for the purpose of your experiment. 7) For reasons of safety, every student must come to the laboratory in shoes. It is unsafe for the students to come to the laboratory wearing garments with parts that that hang about loosely. Students should preferably use half-sleeve shirts. The Students should also ensure that floor around the machine is clear and dry (not oily) to avoid slipping. 8) An apron will be issued to each student. Students not wearing an apron will not be permitted to the work in the laboratory. 9) Instruments and tools will be issued from the tool room. Every student must produce his identity card for the purpose. Tools, etc. must be returned to the tool room on the same day. 10) The student should take the permission of the Lab Staff / Tutor before handling any machine. 11) The student should not lean on the machine when it is working. 12) Power to the machines will be put off 10 minutes before the end of laboratory session to allow the students to return the tools. 13) Students are required to clear off the chips from the machine and lubricate the guides etc. at the end of the session. 14) Laboratory reports should be submitted on proper manner /format (which is available in the workshop). The Lab report should only contain: (1) Title of the experiment, (ii) Three to four lines stating the objectives, (iii) Name of all equipments/tools used along with a one line description of its use, and (iv) Answer to questions specifically asked in the section “Report the following.” The report should be short and sweet. 15) Reports will not be returned to the students. Students may see the graded reports in the laboratory. Prepared by Er. Manoj Kumar Rout Asst. Professor 4

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