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STUDENT ACTIVITIES

1 SCREW THREADS
1.1 TYPES OF THREAD PROFILE

SQUARE THREAD

BUTTRESS THREAD

ACME THREAD

SELLER THREAD

B. A. THREAD

KNUKLE THREAD

ISOMETRIC THEAD

UNIFIED STANDERD THREAD

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Cost: 1500

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2 KNUCKLE JOINT

Cost: 450

A knuckle joint is a mechanical joint used to connect two rods which are under a
tensile load, when there is a requirement of small amount of flexibility, or angular
moment is necessary. There is always axial or linear line of action of load

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3 DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLEY

Cost: 2500

1. A differential is a device, usually, but not necessarily, employing gears, which


is connected to the outside world by three shafts, chains, or similar, through
which it transmits torque and rotation.

3.1 PARTS OF DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY

Bearing
Ring gear
Pinion shaft
Washer
Cage

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4 STARTER SYSTEM

Cost: 700

1. The starting system converts electrical energy from the batteries into
mechanical energy to turn the engine over. A malfunction within the starting
system will make it difficult to get the engine running.

4.1 PARTS OF STARTING SYSTEM

Solenoid switch
Solenoid piston
Bendix Nall
Armature bush
Rocker plate

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5 CARBURETOR PARTS

Cost: 2200

1) A carburetor is a device that blends air and fuel for an internal combustion
engine
2) The carburetor works on Bernoulli's principle.

5.1 PARTS OF CARBURETOR

Power valve
Choke
Choke piston
Float chamber
Float pin nozzle
Jets

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6 TWO WHEELER GEAR BOX

Cost: 1200
Gearbox is to provide the necessary variation to driving torque according to operate
condition. Parts of gear box Gears, Bearings, Clutches, Synchromesh ring.

7 GEAR BOX

Cost: 1900
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8 DESSEMBLEY 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE

8.1

PARTS OF 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE

Cost: 1200

Gears
Clutch plate
Inlet and exhaust valve
Connecting rod
Crank shaft, rocker, piston, cam shaft, chain.

9 DESSEMBLEY OF TWO WHEELER VEHICAL

Cost: 2000
9.1 PARTS OF 2 WHEELER VEHICLE
Carburetor, crank and piston, connecting rod, combustion chamber, cylinder head.

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10 STARTING MECHANISM

Cost: 1500
10.1 SPECIFICATION OF STARTING MECHANISM
DESSEMBLEY
1
2
3
4
5

Thrust washer,
Kick star gear,
Thrust washer
cirrclip
kick starter ratchet

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7
8
9
10

Ratchet spring.
return spring,
thrust washer
collar
kick starter shaft

11 CHAIN DRIVE

Parts - Chain drive, chain, electric motor.


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Cost: 1800
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12 TYPES OF SPRING

12.1 DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPRINGS

Cost: 1000

Helical tension spring


Spiral spring
Conical spring
Disk spring
Torsion spring
Helical compression spring
Leaf spring

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13 G. I. PIPE

13.1 DIFFERENT TYPES OF BEARING

Cost: 1800

Angle cock, union, tank nipple, threaded elbow, rib cock, socket, ball valve, male tee,
tee, lift cock, nipple, filler cock, reducer socket, flexible pipe, push cock, m-seal

14 ROLLER BEARING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Spherical roller bearing


Thrust roller bearing
Cylindrical roller bearing
Tapper roller bearing
Circular roller bearing
Needle roller bearing

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COUPLING

Cost: 1200
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15.1 TYPES OF COUPLING


1.
2.
3.

Oldham coupling
Flange coupling
Universal coupling

16 REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR
16.1 PARTS OF REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR

Compressor
Compressor winding
Cylinder piston
Valve plate
discharge plate

Cost: 1800

17 DESSEMBLEY OF SHOCK ABSORBER


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Cost: 1000
17.1 PARTS OF SHOCK ABSORBER

Eye
Protective cover
Spring
Piston
Piston rod
Oil reservoir
Adjuster

18 WOODEN MODEL OF SOLIDS

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Cost: 1000

18.1 WOODEN MODEL OF SOLIDS


1. Cube,
2. cone,
3. cylinder,
4. sphere,
5. rectangular pyramid,
6. triangular prism,
7. pentagonal prism
8. square pyramid
9. trapezoidal prism
10. Hexagonal prism.

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We studied about the projects which are done by Mechanical Engineering
students of Diploma and collect photographs of each of them. There are 18 project
and there description is mention in the project report.

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Contents
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SCREW THREADS ................................................................................................................ 1


1.1

TYPES OF THREAD PROFILE ........................................................................................ 1

KNUCKLE JOINT .................................................................................................................. 2

DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLEY ................................................................................................. 3


3.1

PARTS OF DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY .......................................................................... 3

STARTER SYSTEM ............................................................................................................... 4


4.1

PARTS OF STARTING SYSTEM ..................................................................................... 4

CARBURETOR PARTS .......................................................................................................... 5


5.1

PARTS OF CARBURETOR ............................................................................................. 5

TWO WHEELER GEAR BOX ................................................................................................. 6

GEAR BOX ........................................................................................................................... 6

DESSEMBLEY 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE ........................................................................... 7


8.1

PARTS OF 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE ........................................................................ 7

DESSEMBLEY OF TWO WHEELER VEHICAL......................................................................... 7


9.1

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10.1

PARTS OF 2 WHEELER VEHICLE .................................................................................. 7


STARTING MECHANISM ................................................................................................. 8
SPECIFICATION OF STARTING MECHANISM DESSEMBLEY ........................................ 8

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CHAIN DRIVE .................................................................................................................. 8

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TYPES OF SPRING ........................................................................................................... 9

12.1
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13.1

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPRINGS .................................................................................. 9


G. I. PIPE ....................................................................................................................... 10
DIFFERENT TYPES OF BEARING ................................................................................ 10

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ROLLER BEARING.......................................................................................................... 10

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COUPLING .................................................................................................................... 10

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18.1
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TYPES OF COUPLING ................................................................................................ 11


REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR ..................................................................................... 11
PARTS OF REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR ................................................................ 11
DESSEMBLEY OF SHOCK ABSORBER............................................................................. 11
PARTS OF SHOCK ABSORBER ................................................................................... 12
WOODEN MODEL OF SOLIDS ....................................................................................... 12
WOODEN MODEL OF SOLIDS ................................................................................... 13
CONCLUSION................................................................................................................ 13

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