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Quality Circle NameProject Poor Awareness About
Integrated QMS
Project No. 1
Meeting Day 10th Feb to 23rd
Feb 2014
Dept. Mechanical Manager
Facilatator
Engineering
Reasons for selectionTo improve productivity and
process advancement
Date of Beginning:Da
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MECH 6075 Production Planning & Control: Exericse I
1. Consider the following data for airplane sales from 2006 to 20012. Use a threeyear moving
average model and a linear trend model to forecast the sale in 2013. Which model is likely to
give you a bett
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A CASE STUDY REPORT ON
'QUALITY CIRCLE CASE STUDY'
Conducted by
'REVOLUTION Q.C'
Submitted by
ROHAN HATTI
VIVEK GHAVANE
MAYUR BHOSLE
KEDAR BABAR
Department of Mechanical Engineering
PIMPRI CHINCHWAD EDUCATION TRUSTS
PIMPRI CHINCHWAD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
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Quality Circle NameRevolution Q.C
Project No. 1
Meeting Day 10th Feb to 23rd
Feb 2014
CompanyMap Alloy
OwnerFacilatator
Mahindra Patil
Anil Patil
Reasons for selectionTo improve productivity and
process advancement
Date of Beginning: 10 Feb 2014
Date o
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Name:
MECH 6075 (Production Planning and Control) Test I
1. Classify the following production planning decisions (check the right category) (1.5 points)
a. Add a twohour shift today so enough products can be shipped to a customer tomorrow
( ) Strategic
(
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Units and Dimensions
1. Every measurement has two parts. The first is a number (n) and the next is a unit (u). Q = nu.
Eg : Length of an object = 40 cm.
2. The number expressing the magnitude of a physical quantity is inversely proportional
Lectures notes
On
Mechanics of Solids
Course Code BME203
Prepared by
Prof. P. R. Dash
SYLLABUS
Module I
1. Definition of stress, stress tensor, normal and shear stresses in axially loaded
members.
Stress & Strain : Stressstrain relationship, Hookes la
CHAPTER 8
Deflections due to Bending
8.1 The Moment/Curvature Relation
Just as we took the pure bending construction to be accurate enough to produce useful
estimates of the normal stress due to bending for loadings that were not of this type, so too
we w
CHAPTER 7
Stresses: Beams in Bending
7.1 General Remarks
The organization of this chapter mimics that of the last chapter on torsion of circular shafts
but the story about stresses in beams is longer, covers more territory, and is a bit more
complex. In t
Stresses/Deflections
Shafts in Torsion
CHAPTER 6
6.1 An Introductory Exercise
We return to the problem of torsion of circular shafts. We want to develop methods to
determine the shear stress distribution over the crosssection of the torquebearing struct
CHAPTER 5
Indeterminate Structures:
The Truss
5.1 Compatibility of Deformation
The key to resolving our predicament, when faced with a problem and the equations of
static equilibrium do not sufce to determine a unique solution, lies in opening up our eld
CHAPTER 4
Stress, Strain, StressStrain
4.1 The Concept of Stress An Introduction
We have talked about internal forces, distributed them uniformly over an area and they
became a normal stress acting perpendicular to some internal surface, or a shear stres
CHAPTER 3
Internal Forces and
Moments
3.1 Consequences of Equilibrium  The Truss Structure
We are ready to start talking business, to buy a loaf of bread. Up until now we have
focused on the rudimentary basics of the language; the vocabulary of force, mo
Whats it about
CHAPTER 1
Introduction
1.1 Whats it about
This is a book about the Mechanics of Solids, Statics, the Strength of Materials, and Elasticity Theory. But that doesnt mean a thing unless you have had a course in the Mechanics
of Solids, Statics
ENME 442 Finite Element Analysis
Homework 1  Solution
(100 pts)
Reading: Cook et al., Chapter 1
1. Use Matlab to solve the 1D tapered rod problem discussed in class on 11 July. Obtain two solutions
one with three elements as shown in the class notes and
Q1. Using FEA software, list and plot the axial stresses in each member of given truss, also find
out the maximum displacement.
(20)
Truss details:
Members
Material Properties
Cross Sectional Area
Horizontal
E = 2.1X105 N/mm2
Area = 3250 mm2
Vertical and
Sinhgad College Of Engineering, Pune  41
Department of Mechanical Engineering
CAD/CAM Laboratory
Experiment No. 06
Development of NC part program for the
Turning part
SCoE, Mechanical Engineering Department
Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune 41
Departm
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Digital technologys impact
Baseball Americas national pastime
Exhibit 2 greatest relative difference
Exhibit 3 top and bottom earners
Exhibit 1 World Series contenders
MLB
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Fraud Detection using Neural Network
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Nintendo Case IS7011
Disruptive technology means something that demonstrates such a truly fresh, new approach that it seems
irrational to many. It involves performance attributes that improve at such a rapid rate that the new
technology can later invade e
Heat and Mass Transfer
350
Graetz number, G = Pe
r?

P
Grashoff number, Gr = P ~ g At L3
p2
3. The following similarities for testing of 'heat transfer equipment' must be ensured between
the model and the prototype:
(i) Geometric similarity
(ii) Kinemati
1)
Let
,
We know from the Taylor series expansion that,
By integrating on both sides we get,
On resubstituting the value of y we get,
By putting the value in the given limits we get,
Now when we put the limits, we get the answer to be,
2) In order to ac
1)
As we know,
D =
.
.
.
.
Therefore,
f(0.5)
.
.
=
=
.
2.71766
206323
0.206323
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2)
As there are no loop in the graph of
f(x)=
provided below, and as the value of x approach