To enable students to develop suitable expertise to work as a repair, maintenance and structural fabrication engineer or merely by the virtue of experience to position themselves as sovereign entrepreneurs. Diploma course in mechanical engineering is intended primarily to enhance the knowledge and skills pertaining to the fabrication of sheet-metal, medium & heavy structural-fabrication, repair & maintenance by the modern fabrication techniques enabling youths to imbibe simply by the exposure of frequent calls & sermons from the industrial specialists.
Discipline essentials in industrial environments
Fundamentals of material science
Ferrous metals & alloys – their specification, classification, type and forms
Non-ferrous metals & alloys – their specification, classification, type and forms
Fundamental properties of metals – chemical, electrical & mechanical
Metal’s behaviour during fabrication, surface & heat treatment
Discontinuities in parent materials influencing the quality of fabrication
Fundamentals of sheet metal working, bench working & fittings
Blue print drawing making principles;
Principles of forging, smithy, plumbing, threading & fastening;
Fundamental principle and applications of metal – joining, cutting & gouging;
Choice of modern joining, cutting and gouging systems
The principal of weld-joint type, class and specifications;
Writing the precise welding specification & symbols;
Type, size, class & specifications of welding consumables;
Choice of welding consumables for similar & dissimilar metal joints;
Analysing the wear patterns to pick-up the correct surfacing & hard-surfacing alloys;
Care in storage & handling the welding consumables;
Merits of welding-process, joint-design & positions;
Welding defects and distortion – cause & cures;
Choice of national & international codes, standards and specifications
The significance of approved welding procedure & welders in the industry
Identification of variables for developing the right welding procedures;
The significance of destructive testing techniques & procedures;
Principles of non-destructive testing [NDT] i.e. VT, PT & MT for surface defects;
Principles of non-destructive tests [NDT] i.e. UT & RT for sub-surface defects;
Quality assurance & quality control practices in modern welding fabrication;
Welding inspection tools & essentials – before, during & after-welding;
Entrepreneurship and applied science (Physics & Chemistry);
Identification of materials for their chemical & physical properties;
Boring, chipping, cutting, drilling, filing, fitting, polishing the flat & circular-surfaces, slotting, shaping, tapping, external & internal-threading, turning and measuring;
Learning fusion welding & cutting, making stringer-beads, weave-beads, butt, corner, lap, and T-fillet weld joints on sheets, plates, tubes & pipes in flat & horizontal welding positions. Practical exercises will be conducted well within the guidelines issued by the MSBVE Examination Mumbai
Evaluation of surface & subsurface defects by the DT/NDT (destructive/non-destructive) tests with compulsory two months summer internship in industry
Audio-visuals & films will be shown on a related subject.
One year hand on experience.
Who Should Attend?
Xth passed students with an inclination to become vigilant overseer in fabrication shops – i.e. Aerospace, Automotive, locomotive, Ship-building, construction of bridges, plant and machinery of national importance.
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