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Chapter 7

Conclusion

Summer training in Shriram Pistons & Rings Ltd. really helped me to familiarize myself to the practical knowledge of industrial production and processes. T h e w h o l e training period was very interesting, instructive and challenging. Through this training I was able to gain new insights and more comprehensive understanding about the real industry working condition and practice. I got the idea of working of automatic CNC machines, Inspection techniques and different processes used in the manufacturing of piston used in Aluminium foundry and piston plant. All of this valuable experience and knowledge that I have gained were not only acquired through the direct involvement in task given but also through other aspect of the training such as work observation, interaction with operators, supervisor and other peoples involved in the process. The project given to me was challenging because it is very difficult to calculate the cycle time if an operator knows that somebody is calculating time taken by him in loading / unloading because he can increase the time by 3-4 seconds which we can’t realize. And even a small change in cycle time can increase the productivity in great extent. It was a good idea and good chance to expose to the work environment that we will have to face and practice after we graduate. As a result of the training now I am more confident to enter the employment world and build my future career.

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References
 RAO P.N, Manufacturing technology (foundry, forming and welding), Tata McGraw Hill, 2009  GUPTA R.B, Automobile engineering, Satya Parkashan, 2011  http://www.hastingsmfg.com/ServiceTips/piston.htm#U ; on 01/06/12  http://www.atlasfdry.com/inductionfurnaces.htm ; on 25/08/12  http://metals.about.com/library/bldef-Shot-Blast.htm ; on 28/08/12  Process sheet used in Aluminium foundry for melting, metal treatment and other working station.  Process sheet used in piston plant for L/s, pre boring, CIT, cavity turning and other working station.

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Appendix
Dimensions of different piston parameters Model E-683 TCI BSIII
S.NO.
1 2 3 4 5 6 2. PRE-BORING & CIRCLIP GROOVING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3. PRE-TURNING & CI TURNING 1 2 3 4 4. CAVITY TURNING & FINE FACING 1 2 3 4 CAVITY DIA. CAVITY PIP DEPTH CAVITY DEPTH TOTAL HEIGHT 54.0±0.10 6.0±0.10 19.10±0.10 85.150±0.015 DIA D1 AT HEIGHT 10 DIA D2 AT HEIGHT 54.0 DIA D3 AT HEIGHT 88.0 RING TURNING DIA. A+0.35±0.05 A+0.35±0.05 A+0.35±0.05 A+0.35±0.05 PIN BORE DIA . PIN BORE HEIGHT PIN BORE OFFSET CIRCLIP DISTANCE CIRCLIP DIA. CIRCLIP WIDTH CIRCLIP POSITION BOSS FLATNESS 33.50+.03,+.08 7.72±0.05 0.70±0.10 84.3+0.20 36.0+0.20 1.65+0.14 0.10 max 0.30max

NAME OF OPERATION
1 .LOCATING SHEET

PARAMETERS
LOCATING SHEET DIA. SHEET DEPTH CORE DEPTH SHEET OVALITY CENTRE CONCENTRICITY W.T.V

SIZE
90.0+0.03 5.0±0.10 61.50±0.20 20μ max 60μ max 0.30 max

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5.NI-RESIST GROOVING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 6. FINISH OVAL TURNING 1 2 3 4 5 7. FINE BORING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PIN BORE DIA PIN BORE HEIGHT PIN BORE OFFSET C.G.C PIN BORE OVALITY PIN BORE TAPER SQUARENESS COMPRESSION HEIGHT 0.04/100 max 44.135±0.015 0.20 max 37.0-0.02,-0.03 D1 AT HT. 10mm=Dn D2 AT HT. 54.0 D3a AT HT 76.0 D3 AT HT. 88.0 O.D.SQUARENESS 99.870±0.009 Dn-0.235±0.012 99.315±0.020 Dn-0.680±0.012 .04/100 max GROOVE DIA. I GROOVE DIA. II GROOVE DIAIII B DIA. GROOVE HEIGHT I GROOVE HEIGHT II GROOVE HEIGHT III GROOVE WIDTH II GROOVE WIDTH III LAND DIA. G.G.C G.P.S 2.05-2.07 3.02-3.04 98.40±0.05 0.20 max .04/100 max 89.90±0.05 89.60±0.05 91.10±0.05 101.820±0.150 72.14±0.05 61.08±0.05