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@Joe walter • 28 Jan, 2016
Any plz give me some ideas for mini project in mechanical
@Mechie Projects • 05 Feb, 2016
  1. Thermal Distribution Analysis Of Maruti 800 Engine & Brake

  2. Design And Analysis Of Helical Springs In Two Wheeler Suspension System

  3. Design, Modelling And Simulation Of Marine Propeller

  4. Prediction Of Critical Flaw Length In Metal Flat Plate Using Ansys

  5. Modelling And Structural Analysis Of Cam Shaft Used In Locomotives

  6. Structural Analysis Of A Crane Hook.

  7. Design Of A Hovercraft

  8. Study Of Hybrid Natural Gas Vehicle

  9. Design Of Bicycle Helmet Aerodynamics & Cooling

  10. Study Of Wingtip Dynamics Simulator

  11. Design Of Pneumatic Forging Machine

  12. Design And Analysis Of Four Wheel Drive Mechanism

  13. Study Of Cryogenic Engine

  14. Design And Analysis Of Mechanical Braking System For Four Wheeler Vehicles

  15. Design, Modelling And Analysis Of A Maruti Alto Wheel Rim.

  16. Tensile Test Of Aerospace Alloy Material For Different Strain Rate

  17. Performance Analysis of a Heat Exchanger

  18. CFD Modeling of NACA 4421 Aerofoil

  19. Design of an UAV

  20. Design and analysis of turbine blades
The term “Forging” is applied to processes in which a piece of metal is worked in a machine to the desired shape by plastic deformation of the starting stock. The energy that promotes deformation is applied by a hammer, press, up-setter or ring roller, either alone or in combination. The shape is imparted by the tools that contact the work piece and by careful control of the deformation process. A forging is produced in three distinct phases: stock preparation in the form of blooms, billets, bar or ingots; plastic deformation of the metal component to rough, close tolerance or net shape in one of the forging processes; and appropriate secondary operations

Forged metal components are used in wide range of environment where high strength and reliability are important considerations. The use of forging is to reduce material wastage and machining time, avoids complex machining operations and for mass production. Forged components find application in the automobile/automotive industry and in aerospace, aircraft, railroad, and mining equipment.

Metal forging process is governed by many factors such as friction, complexity of parts, die shape and temperature of die and billet. In this study we are going to learn about the principles of material selection, heat treatment, and the design calculations, which is involved in forging of metal

This project is a study of the forging process, forgings defects, the forging machines and their applications. In this project we also consider the manufacturing of crane wheels through the closed die forging process in which metal is plastically reshaped using dies. This involves the steps like design and material selection based on its properties. Machinery equipment’s used in forging are pneumatic hammer forging machines, furnaces, dies, band saw machines etc. Closed die forging process is used to obtain the final product in close tolerance. The furnace is the main equipment in which the billet is preheated to a temperature of 1200 degrees centigrade and then forged into required shape. It offers a high strength-to-weight ratio, toughness, and resistance to impact and fatigue.

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