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International Journal of Advanced Production and Industrial Engineering (IJAPIE) Volume 5 Issue 4  


 

 

International Journal of Advanced Production and Industrial Engineering (IJAPIE) Volume 5 Issue 4 


 

Experimental Evaluation of Adhesion Strength of 3D Printing on Cotton Fabric in Shear Mode

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-441.pdf

Title: Experimental Evaluation of Adhesion Strength of 3D Printing on  Cotton Fabric in Shear Mode

Authors: Arpit Singh and Anand Kumar

Abstract: Wearable cloths undergo a lot of shear stretching. It is important to study the role of printing parameters which may improve adhesion capacity between printed thermoplastic material and the cotton fabric. In this paper, effort has been made to determine the best set of printing parameters for effective FDM based printing on cotton fabrics using 3D printer. Printed samples are tested in shear mode of loading to evaluate adhesion capacity of thermoplastic printing material on cotton fabrics. Cotton fabric with rectilinear infill pattern has been selected for investigating in shear mode condition. Using an infill percentage of 80 per cent gives best adhesion strength. This study may further be used for printing smart material on fabric substrate.

Tribological Study Of HVOF Sprayed Tungsten Carbide Coated Stainless Steel

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-442.pdf

Title: Tribological Study Of HVOF Sprayed Tungsten Carbide Coated Stainless Steel

Authors:  Alok Kumar , R.C. Singh, Ranganath. M. Singari

Abstract: Corrosion and Wear, or combination of both, are the main causes of degradation of metals used in various industrial sector. Degradation of the metals can be slowed down by adding a layer of resistant coating on metal surface. This coating separates the base metal from a corrosive environment, reduces wear and improves the appearance of the metal. The workpiece after coating becomes a composite that have properties far better than the substrate alone. There are various coating techniques, HVOF is one of the most important and widely used process to protect the metals from wear, corrosion by providing hard and dense coatings. WC coating done by the high velocity oxy fuel (HVOF) spray method is the widely used method for providing a layer of corrosive resistance to a wide range of materials which are used in many different industries. In this study, Tungsten carbide (WC-12CO) Coating, HVOF Spray method was studied in great detail. Tungsten Carbide coating was done on a SUS400 Stainless steel substrate using HVOF Spray Process. And, Experiment was done to analyse the various effect of different parameters namely, oxygen rate, propane (fuel) rate, powder rate, spray distance on hardness and surface roughness of a SUS 400 Stainless Steel substrate. Process optimization was done by using Taguchi and ANOVA methods. It was found that, achieving maximum hardness was greatly depended on propane (fuel) rate followed by powder rate, spray distance and oxygen rate. Hardness decreases with increasing fuel rate. And, achieving minimum surface roughness was greatly depended on spray distance followed by oxygen rate, propane (fuel) rate, powder rate. Surface Roughness increases with increasing spray distance.

 

Reducing Cycle Time Of Machining A Manifold On A CNC Machine

 

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-443.pdf

Title: Reducing Cycle Time Of Machining A Manifold On A CNC Machine

Authors: Rahul Aggarwal,  Mehul Soni,  Pranjal Singh, A K Madan

Abstract:  This report focuses on the different methods to improve productivity at management level, at the machine shop and of machining methods. The various parameters effecting machining productivity i.e., cycle time, set-up time, idle time, operator skill level etc. including how CNC machining helps in optimizing these parameters are discussed and analysed in this paper. Effect of different cutting parameters like cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, effect of coolant etc. are also examined. Various methods of machining for different processes which help to improve the productivity of the process are explored. A case study on machining of an aluminium manifold is done in which the existing process for machining is analysed and various experiments are performed in order to find out the optimum cutting parameters and minimizing the cycle time of production of the manifold. The result helps to reduce the cycle time by a significant amount thereby reducing the total cost of production and increasing the production rate of the component with negligible capital investment.

Blockchain Technology: A literature review

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-444.pdf

Title: Blockchain Technology: A literature review

Authors:  Rakesh Kumar, R. S. Mishra , Dharmanshu Kumar, Sunil ,  Udit Mehta

Abstract: In the way of digitization, Blockchain Technology is regarded by many researchers and innovators as one of the most significant disruptive technology that “will revolutionize business and redefine companies and economies. This paper is based on the growing present anticipation that the blockchain technology will have a profound impact on many sectors of the industry including, for instance, financial services, supply chain management, manufacturing, healthcare, fashion, and entertainment. Extensive literature is explored of peer reviewed journals focusing about its working, in other than above area like smart contracts, pass, adaptation in various countries, its acceptance by peoples and about their potential uses, with their challenging impact in society and technology.

Design and Analysis of Lightweight Fire Extinguishers using Alternately Available Metals

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-445.pdf

Title:  Design and Analysis of Lightweight Fire Extinguishers using Alternately Available Metals

AuthorsSourajit Bhattacharjee ,  Shivam Singh ,  Shubham Sharma ,  Sumit Chaudhary ,  R.C. Singh,  Rajiv Chaudhary

Abstract: This research aims to optimize the weight of already existing fire extinguishers containing Carbon Dioxide as per BIS standards IS 2190: 2010 and IS 7285-1: 2004. In the paper, an optimized and new design is proposed to minimise the weight of the pressure vessel making it easier to store in smaller compartments and also allowing faster hand-held use during emergency. The weight has been reduced substantially by using proposed materials and FEA simulations were performed on the model to check for failures under the set test conditions with the aim to minimise volume of metal used that is able to withstand the hydrostatic load of pressure gas. ANSYS Mechanical 18.2 was used for performing 3d pressure analysis while the model was designed on Solidworks 2016. A Multi Frontal Direct Solver was preferred to reach the solutions in every case. The analysis results of all the materials were compared and finally, a material was selected that was tough enough to clear the safety standards and extremely light so that even old people could use it without any issues. A simple shell of Titanium Grade-5 Alloy was found to be the proper and optimal choice to obtain good mechanical properties and lightweight.

Real-Time Monitoring and Detection of Emissions in Vehicles

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-446.pdf

Title Real-Time Monitoring and Detection of Emissions in Vehicles

Authors:  Bhavya Wadhwa,  Chintan Vijan,  Dr. Dr. Ranganath M. Singari

Abstract:  Vehicles play an essential job in everyones life. Vehicles emit gases. In any case, the issue happens when it surpasses the standardized level as recorded on PUC certificate. This emission from vehicles can be measured and controlled. So as to beat the above issues, we look forward to build an automated control system for air pollution detection and simultaneously intimating driver of the problems occurred in the vehicle to take the preventive measures and control the pollution, hence saving the environment. Furthermore, it eliminates the obligation of maintaining the PUC certificate which not only saves time but also costs.

A Review on Modelling of Knee Joint Using Medical Imaging Methods

Posted      :  25  Oct  2020 4:00 PM PST

File        :  IJAPIE-2020-10-447.pdf

Title:   A Review on Modelling of Knee Joint Using Medical Imaging Methods

Authors:  Deepak Kumar, Jitendra Bhaskar

Abstract:  Accuracy of the 3D CAD model of the knee joint is based on various factors like imaging method i.e CT scan, MRI data, modelling software and different algorithms for segmentation. For generating geometrical and CAD model techniques like CT scan, Co-ordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) and 3D laser scanner are used. So in this paper efforts have been made to study the different factors which affect the accuracy of a 3D CAD and additively manufactured knee model. Accuracy of the knee joint is important for anatomical study, implant modelling and pre-surgical planning. Segmentation technique is another important factor which affects the accuracy of a 3D CAD model so each segmentation technique has its pros and cons therefore evaluation of segmentation technique is also studied and compared with each other.