YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. A square threaded bolt of mean diameter 24 mm and pitch 5 mm is tightened by screwing
a nut whosemean diameter of bearing surfac
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. An engine developing 22 kW at 1000 r.p.m. is fitted with a cone clutch having mean
diameter of 300mm. The cone has a face angle
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. What are the applications of a cotteredjoint ?
2. Discuss the design procedure of spigot and socket cotter joint.
3. Why gibs ar
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
UNIT III - Power screw and Leaf spring
1. Discuss the various types of power threads. Give at least two practical applications for
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. the frictional resistance to open the valve due to water pressure is 2.75 kN.Using uniform
wear theory, determine : 1. torque re
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. A vertical spring loaded valve is required for a compressed air receiver. The valve is to
start openingat a pressure of 1 N/mm2
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. The allowable bearing pressure for the brake lining is 0.21 N/mm2. Design the band
shaft, key, leverand fulcrum pin. The materia
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
UNIT IV -Brakes and clutches
1. How does the function of a brake differ from that of a clutch ?
2. A weight is brought to rest by a
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
Unit I - INTRODUCTION OF DESIGN
1. Define: "Design"
2. What is 'Adaptive design '? Where is it used? Give examples.
3. What are the
YESHWANTRAO CHAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B.E. Regular (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Subject : Design Of Machine Element (ME305)
1. What are the assumptions made in the design of welded joint?
2. Explain joint preparation with particular reference to butt weld
Mtodo de Asignacin
Estos problemas ocurren en muchos contextos de la administracin. En
general consisten en el problema para determinar la asignacin ptima
de agentes objetos indivisibles, en el sentido de que ningn agente se
puede dividir entre varias tar
3-Axis Toolpath Functions
SURFCAM provides six groups of functions for generating toolpaths: 2-Axis, 3-Axis, 4-Axis, 5-Axis,
Lathe, and wire EDM. Use 2-Axis toolpath functions to generate toolpaths for machining workpieces in a 2D
plane. The 3-Axis, 4-Axi
Executive Summary
We are the Four Horsemen, and our objective is to create a more efficient, safe,
and manageable way to keep and maintain data for our client company, Accurate Air.
Sam Cutruzullas family owns and operates Accurate Air which gave us a com
MET 440 Finite Element Analysis
Term Project: Vehicle Control Arm
Created By:
George Nakamura
Daniel Bahena
Roberto Sauceda
Arjun Singh
Marwan Algabsani
Introduction
For this project we will construct a FEA model and conduct a structural analysis using
NA
FEA Analysis of Vehicle Control
Arm
Arjun Singh, George
Nakamura, Daniel
Bahena, Roberto
Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Project Overview
Problem Statement
Models
Simulations and Results
Conclusion
FEA Analysis of Vehicle Control Arm
Project Overview
:
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AET 560 Numerical Methods
Dr. Changho Nam
Comparison of two bicycle frames made from Titanium and Carbon Steel using Finite Element
Analysis
Priyesh Ray
4/18/2013
Problem Statement
The purpose of this is to compare how two bicycle frames perform in a situ
Comparison of two Bicycle Frames Made From
Titanium and Carbon Steel Using Finite Element
Analysis
By: Priyesh Ray
4/25/2013
Introduction
Bicyclesareoneofthemostcommonmodes
oftransportationeventoday
Manufacturersneedtofollowstandardsfor
safety
BureauofNat
Comparison of two Bicycle Frames Made From
Titanium and Carbon Steel Using Finite Element
Analysis
By: Priyesh Ray
4/25/2013
Introduction
Bicycles are one of the most common
modes of transportation even today
Manufacturers need to follow standards
for s
Executive Summary
The supporting lab for this class, i.e. applied materials science was once of the most interesting labs I have taken in my undergraduate studies. Till date I always read about different materials and the industrial treatments they underg
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 10 Weld Investigation
By: Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 4/23/2012
Introduction: We are required to support the design team since they have encountered a welding problem. We need to perform a th
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 9 6061 Aluminum Heat Treatment
By: Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 4/17/2012
Introduction: The design team wants to know if they can use a heat treated 6061 aluminum alloy without having to perfo
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 8 17-4 PH Stainless Steel heat Treatment
By: Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 4/6/2012
Introduction: The design team believes that the steel that they have is 17-4PH stainless steel but they are n
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 7 Hardenability Testing of Steel
By: Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 4/6/2012
Introduction: Our team is working on a large counter weight for a piece of heavy earth moving machinery. The counter
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 6 Steel Annealing & Normalizing
By: Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 3/30/2012
Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to develop a reusable rocket assist motor assembly for small experimental ai
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 5 Steel Hardening & Tempering
By: Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 3/2/2012
Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to develop a reusable rocket assist motor assembly for small experimental airpl
Priyesh Ray
MET 309 Lab #2 and Optical Comparator
Due: February 16, 2012
Introduction: The objective of this lab was to become familiar with optical comparator operations and measurement techniques. The comparator allowed us to view the objects closely an
Arizona State University
MET 300 Applied Materials Sciences Lab 1 Materials Selection By Hugo Villarreal Priyesh Ray 1/27/2012
Introduction The purpose of this lab was to work with a design team to help them select the possible materials they can use to b
Priyesh Ray
MET 309
Lab #7 Ultrasonic Testing
Due: April 19, 2012
Introduction:
The objective of this exercise was to become familiar with ultrasonic testing and inspection
methods. To fulfill this objective we used the USL 48 by Krautkramer Branson. We w