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UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI


VISHWAVIDYALAYA

A VOCATIONAL TRAINING REPORT


ON

PRESS SHOP
(19.06.2014 To 16.07.2014)
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT
FOR THE AWARD
OF DEGREE OF
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING IN MECHANICAL

(Session 2011-2015)
SUBMITTED TO

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICAL LIMITED

Guided By
Submitted By
Mr. LOKESH ASATI
DHANENDRA PAL

Sr. Production Engineer


Mechanical Engg.

Press Shop Division

Bhabha Engineering Research


BHEL Bhopal

Institute, BHOPAL

CERTIFICATE

TO WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CONCERN

This is to certify that DHANENDRA PAL student of B.E


MECHANICAL ENGG. from Bhabha Engineering Research
Institute, BHOPAL Has undergone 04 weeks of training in the
division of BHEL, Bhopal under my guidance and supervision from

19-06-2014 to 16-07-2014

PROJECT GUIDE:

Mr.LOKESH ASATI
Sr.Production Engineer,
Press Shop Division
BHEL, Bhopal

DECLARATION
This is to inform that based on my own interest and to gain
practical knowledge of construction and working in Press Shop I
have seen Press Shop Division at BHEL, Bhopal. The report on
Press Shop is solely based on my observation on the shop floor
and through technical data available on the internet.

Dhanendra Pal

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The

extensive

ELECTRICALS

training
LIMITED

program
(BHEL),

at

BHARAT

Bhopal

was

HEAVY
a

great

opportunity and an exceptional learning experience for me. I got


an opportunity to work under the esteemed guidance of
MR.LOKESH ASATI SR.Production Engineer (PRM), Mr. A.K.
Dhakite, Engineer (PRM). It was great privilege for me to work
under him. I am thankful for his extremely patient gesture, to
make training program fruitful for me and for rendering every
possible help to carry out this research project.
It is great pleasure for me to acknowledge the assistance and
contributions of all the staff members of BHEL for their prompt
and timely help in the official clearances and valuable suggestions
during the time of this training.

DHANENDRA PAL
Place: BHEL, Bhopal

S.No

Description

Page No.

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Introduction
Heavy Electrical Plant, Bhopal

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Press Shop Division

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Product Profile

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Facilities Available

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Why Segmental Laminations for Stator


Core?
&major activities of prm in detailed and
flow chart of manufacturing activities of
different type of lamination in PRM

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Critical Quality Assurance Requirements

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Materials Used

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Types of Press Tools

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Selection of Press Tools

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Major

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Productivity
Future Augmentations

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Conclusion

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Appendix I

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Bibliography

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Developments

Done

To

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Introduction:
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is an Indian state-owned
integrated power plant equipment manufacturer and operates as an
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engineering and manufacturing company based in New Delhi, India. BHEL


was established in 1964, ushering in the indigenous Heavy Electrical
Equipment industry in India. The company has been earning profits
continuously since 1971-72and paying dividends since 1976-77.

It is engaged in the design, engineering, manufacture, construction, testing,


commissioning and servicing of a wide range of products and services for the
core sectors of the economy, viz. Power, Transmission, Industry,
Transportation, Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas and Defence.
BHEL is the 7th largest power equipment manufacturer in the world. In the
year 2011, it was ranked ninth most innovative company in the world by US
business magazine Forbes, the only Indian engineering company making it to
the list. BHELs global references are spread across 75 countries. The
cumulative overseas installed capacity of BHEL manufactured power plants
exceeds 9,000 MW across 21 countries including Malaysia, Oman, Iraq, the
UAE, Bhutan, Egypt and New Zealand.
The company boasts of a dedicated team of highly skilled and committed
workforce of 49,390 employees.

Main Manufacturing Facilities:

Heavy Electrical Plant,Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Heavy Electrical Equipment Plant, Haridwar, Uttarakhand

Heavy Power Equipment Plant,Hyderabad,Andhra Pradesh

Transformer Plant, BHEL, Jhansi,Uttar Pradesh

High Pressure Boiler Plant and Seamless Steel Tube Plant, Trichy, Tamil
Nadu

Boiler Auxiliaries Plant, Vellore,Tamil Nadu

Electronics Division and Electro Porcelain Division, Bangalore,Karnataka

Centralised Stamping Unit, Fabrication & Insulator Plant, Jagdishpur,


Uttar Pradesh

Component Fabrication Plant,Rudrapur,Uttrakhand

Industrial Valves Plant, Goindwal,Punjab

Bharat Heavy Plates and Vessels Limited,Vizag, Andhra Pradesh

BHEL Electrical Machines Limited, Kasaragod, Kerala

Besides these manufacturing units there are four power sectors ( PSNRNoida, PSWR-Nagpur, PSER-Kolkata & PSSR-Chennai ) which undertake
contract from various customers and are responsible for erection and
commissioning of various BHEL and bought out equipment. BHEL has two
repair shops: HERP (Heavy Equipment Repair Plant), Varanasiand EMRP
(Electric Machines Repair Plant) Mumbai. Further, BHEL is planning to enter
solar manufacturing in a big scale, as it has announced its plans for a 600
MW Solar Module Factory.

Heavy Electrical Plant, Bhopal:

Fig.(i) Block II The Press Shop Division

Heavy electrical plant, Bhopal, with state-of-the-art facilities, offers a


wide range of products:

Boiler (steam generator)Engineering, USA

under

collaboration

with

Combustion

Gas generator

Hydro generator

Steam turbine - under collaboration with Siemens, Germany

Gas turbine - under collaboration with GE, USA

Hydro turbine

Transportation equipment

Traction machines

AC Motors

Transformer

Switchgear

Oil field equipment (OFE)-under collaboration with National Oilwell


Varco.

Boiler drum

Water wall panel, Coils, Super Heaters, Re heaters, SOFA panels, Burner
panels, Piping & Headers

Wind mill

Valves

Electrostatic precipitators

R & D products

Fig (ii): AC motors & Alternators


BHEL, Bhopal manufactures large AC motors and Alternators for different
purposes as required by the modern industries. These include O.D. Motors
up-to 1100 mm O.D. in IMM department and from 1100 mm to 2600 mm
(O.D.) in LEM department.

Fig (iii): Hydro Turbines


Large hydro turbines are also manufactured here for power generation at
different water reservoirs .They are so humongous in size that instead of

assembling them at the plant itself, is in practice to assemble them at the


site only.

Fig (iv): Transportation Equipment


BHEL also manufactures the traction machines for Indian Railways which
include traction alternators and traction motors. These are supplied to Indian
Railways for their different train engines like WDG4, WDM3D , WDP2, DEMU,
EMU etc. Overall BHEL provides around 4000 machines to Railways in a year.

Fig (v): Transformer(BHEL is the largest supplier of electric transformers


in India as per the need of the industrial specifications.)

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PRESS SHOP DIVISION

Fig (vi): Press Shop


Press Shop Division is a Feeder Division, equipped with latest &
sophisticated CNC Machines other than Conventional Presses, which are used
to meet the requirement of the complete range of laminations for
manufacturing of Electrical Machines, Hydro Generators and Traction Motors.
Approximately 150 lakhs of different varieties of laminations (Punchings) are
supplied by PRM to five product divisions viz. IMM, LEM, PLM, TXM& TAM.

Product Profile:

For Industrial Machine Management (IMM Division): Stator and


Rotor laminations including Vent spacers and End Plates for Medium
and small Electrical Machines (150 KW to 2 MW).

Fig (vii):Stator PunchingFig (viii):Rotor Punching


For Large Electric Machines (LEM Division): Stator, Rotor
laminations including Vent spacers and End Plates for Large Electrical
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Machines (300 KW to 17.5 MW).


cases.

Also, main-pole laminations in few

Fig (ix):Rotor Spacer PlateFig (x):Segmental Stator Laminations

For Plant Manufacturing (PLM Division): Stator laminations


including spacer plates, Rim and Pole laminations for Hydro Generators
(2 MW to 200 MW).

Fig (xi):Stator LaminationFig (xii):Stator Spacer Plate

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Fig (xiii):Rim LaminationFig (xiv):Pole Lamination

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Internet

For Traction Motors (TXM Division):


o For AC Motors- Stator and Rotor laminations including end
plates (200 KW to 1150 KW).
o For DC Motors- Armature, Main Pole and Com-pole laminations
including end plates (45 KW to 630 KW).

Fig (xv): Armature and Main Pole Lamination Fig (xvi): Stator and Rotor
Laminations
For Dc Motors for Ac Motors (6 FRA)

For Traction Alternators (TAM Division):


o For Traction Alternators (TA) - Stator and Main Pole
laminations including End Plates and rim laminations in few
cases.

Fig (xvii): TA Rim Fig (xviii): TA Main Pole Fig (xix): Exciter Stator &Exciter
Rotor
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Fig (xx): TA/ OA Stator Fig (xxi):TA Stator Segment


o For Auxiliary Machines- Armature and Main Pole laminations
including end
plates (2 KW to 2.5 MW).
o For Exciter Motors - Stator and Rotor laminations including End
Plates.

Facilities Available:
o 250 Ton CNC Blanking Line Press
o 16 Ton CNC Segmental Notching Press.

Fig (xxii):250 T CNC Blanking Line & Notching Press


These machines are fully automatic Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC)
lamination production machines which house the process of producing stator
or rotor lamination.
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They are manufactured by German company SCHULER. And are based on the
concepts of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).

Fig (xxiii): Inside view of CNC Notching machine

Fig (xxiv): Stator Punching Stack Fig (xxv):Stator Segmental Punching Stack

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The figures show the stator lamination stack and stator segmental lamination
stack which were made in 3hrs respectively by a fully automatic CNC
machine for the IMM division.
The process that takes place in a fully automatic CNC machine is as follows

BLANK
PICKUP

STATOR
STALKIN
G

ID PRESS

KEYWAY

NOTCHIN
G

ROTOR
STALKI
NG

This process makes laminations of thickness 0.65 mm each and it takes


these machines 8hrs to complete a core of thickness 40 cm which is
composed of these laminations

8 Ton and 16 Ton 6 Station CNC Auto Notch Press


8 Ton 8 Station CNC Auto Notch Press.

Fig (xxvi): Conventional CNC Notching Presses


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These are used to make the laminations (Punching) manually.

32 Ton CNC Segmental Notching


12.5 Ton Notching Presses (4 No.)

Fig (xxvii):16 T Segmental Notching Press

Heavy conventional Blanking Presses


1600 T, 500 T, 300 T, 200 T one each

Fig (xxviii):1600T Press

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Used for the maintenance purposes of the Cutting and machining tools which
are used to make the laminations conventionally.
Medium and Light Blanking Presses ( 40 T to 150 T)
Shearing Machines
Conventional Notching Presses ( 6 Ton )
Large Vertical Spindle Surface Grinding Machine

Fig (xxix): Vertical Spindle Surface Grinder

Surface Grinding Machines


Varnishing Plant

Fig (xxx): Varnishing Plant


Varnishing is done to increase the insulation thickness. The total varnish
thickness required is 5 to 9 microns per side.

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The process for varnishing of the laminations is

PRE HEAT
ZONE: 200
to 400 C

COOLING

VARNISHING

HEATING:
400 to 500 C

COOLIN
G

De-burring Machine / Belt Burr Grinder


Projection welding Machines
Spot Welding Machines

Fig (xxxi): Spacer Plates after Spot Welding


These machines are used for removing the burr that might occur during the
manufacturing process and also from the old raw materials. Projection
welding and spot welding is done to make the spacer plates (ventilating
plates).

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Following are the major activities of PRM in Detailed


1. BLANKING, NOTCHING: These are main activities of PRM .by using a press
tool on press machines blanks are made and then notching is done on
blanks. During blanking noise is generated which depends on the cutting
area sheet material, cutting load of the lamination however noise level
during notching etc. Is low compare to blanking .250 ton cnc blanking line
press and all the cnc nothing presses are provide with sound enclosure?
However all the conventional blanking presses are without sound enclosure?
Sometimes level of noise generated during blanking presses beyond the
permissible limit. But as precautionary measure all operators working on
large blanking use earmuffs while rest of employees use earplug, since
Noise generation during notching and other press operation is much low
compare to the blanking operation.
2. VARNISHING: to increase the insulation thickness varnish coating on the
hydro generators stator punching prior to assembly required .this is done on
varnishing plant which involves the following process
A.)DEBURRING: To remove the burr from the laminations.
B.) PRE HEATING: To remove the oil, lubricant, dust etc. Lamination are
heated in the pre heating zone by forced hot air circulation to the temp. Of
200 to 400 c
C.)COOLING: Lamination are air cooled on the chain conveyor.
D.)VARNISING: Required varnish is coated on lamination in the range of 5 to
9 micron.
E.)HEATING: After varnishing laminations are again heated by forced hot air
circulation to the temp. Of 400 to 500 c.
F.)COOLING: Lamination are again air cooled on the chain conveyor after
varnishing.
G.)Collection of punching

3. GRINDING:

Every press tools have to ground/reshaped regularly to


reduce the burr level and to sustain the life .Small tools are re sharpened on
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surface grinder and large press tool are sharpened on the spindle HOMA and
LUMSDON grinding machine. All the grinding machine use coolant during
grinding.
The hazards involved in this process are due to high speed rotating grinding
wheels and adopters, which may come out during the operation .the in built
guards on the grinders take care of this hazard. Other hazards involves are
noise and dust generation.to reduce the impact of this use earplug and face
mask regularly.
4.)MATERIAL HANDELING: Eot cranes with the help of lifting trackless do
the majority of material handling .here the failure of lifting tackles, limit
switches and brakes of eot cranes
Can lead falloff heavy material from a considerable height which may fall on
other component, material, men and also can lead to domino effect (chain of
events)
HOWEVER Safe practice are followed to avoid such occurrence. They are
A.)Use of lifting tackles of swl well above the load to be lifted.
B.)Periodic inspection of lifting tackles by safety steward as per WMI1003.
C.)Regular preventive maintenance and gantry check-up of cranes.
5.) MAINTAINENCE: maintenance takes care of the periodic .preventive
and breakdown maintenance of the machines and other facilities.it uses
various grades of lubricating oils for different purpose on machines .it is
responsible for maintenance of electrical and mechanical system in good
condition.
6.)DEBURRING:PRM has two nos. of deburring machine .lamination up to
1mm thickness are de burred in the se de burr machines by passing the
lamination through two opposite rotating belt burr remover rollers.
Hazard involved one machine are
A) Laminations may tangled during de-burring may lead to an accident
B.)Fingers may come between the rollers due to casual approach of
operators during material feeding.
7.) SPOT WELDING; PROJECTION WELDING: FOR manufacturing the
end plates for Rotor /Armature core, stator core for electrical motors and
spacer plate for hydro generators are made on spot welding Machines .4-5
LAMINATION ARE SPOT WELDED TOGETHER TO MAKE THE END PLATE
WHEREAS Spacers are spot welded on uncoated laminations to made spacer
plate assembly .In projection welding spacers are welded on the uncoated
sheet to make vent punching.
Basic hazards involved by these operation are:
1) Fumes generation leads to air pollutions

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2) Leaking of water may cause electrical shock


3) Spreading of welding spark
Operators use the Safety goggles, Apron and face mask.
Note: All machines are equipped with Emergency switches

Flow chart of manufacturing activities of different type of


LAMINATION IN PRM
1. FOR A.C. MACHINES
STATOR LAMINATION
RAW
MATERIAL
COIL

BLANK
STATOR
OD PM

CUT KWAY
NOTCH
SLOT WITH
AIR GAP
VENT/END
LAMINATION
FOR
PROJECTION/
SPOT WELD

FINISHED
STATOR
MAIN
LAMINATION

DRESS
&CLEAN
LAMINATION

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PAINT
END/VENT
LAMINATIO
NSSNN

ROTAR LAMINATION

STATOR
CORE

DISPATCH
PRODUCT
DIV
ROTAR
BLANKS
IN CUT OF
STATOR
LAMINATION
CUT KWAY
NOTCH SLOT
AND PUNCH ID/
NA16 NA 8

VENT/END
LAMINATIO
N CORE
PROJECTIO

FINISHED
ROTAR
MAIN
LAMINATIO

DRESS
&CLEAN
LAMINATI
ROTAR CORE
PAINT
END/VENT
LAMINATIO
N
DISPATCH
PRODUCT
DIV

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FOR HYDRO MACHINES

RAW
MATERIAL
COIL

BLANK STATOR
COMPLETE PM
250 T
VARNISH
MAIN
LAMINATI
ON

VENT/END
LAMINATION FOR
SPOT WELD
SPACERS

DRESS&CLE
AN
LAMINATION

PAINT
END /VENT
LAMINATIO
N

STATOR CORE

DISPATCH
PRODUCT
DIV

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POLE LAMINATIONS

RAW
MATERIAL
SHEET

BLANK
COMPLETE
POLE
LAMINATION PM

PUNCH
SLOTS PM
500 TON

DESPATC
H TO
SITE

RIM LAMINATION

RAW
MATERIAL
SHEET

BLANKS
COMPLETE
POLE
LAMINATIO

PUNCH
SLOTS PM
500 TON

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DESPATCH
TO SITE

2. FOR DC MACHINES
ARMATURE LAMINATIONS
RAW MATERIAL
COIL

BLANK OD ,VENT HOLES ,PILOT HOLE & KEY WAY PM


250 TON

FINISHED
ARMATURE
MAIN
LAMINATIONS

VENT /END
LAMINATIONS
FOR
PROJECTIONS
/SPOT WELD

DRESS AND
CLEAN
LAMINATIONS

ARMATURE CORE

PAINT END / VENT


LAMINATIONS

PRODUCT
DISPATCH
DIVISION
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MAIN POLE LAMINATIONS


BLANK &PIERCE PM
120

VENT /SPOT
LAMINATIONS FOR
SPOT WELD

FINISHED POLE MAIN


LAMINATIONS

ASSAY .END LAMINATIONS,


STACKED MAIN LAMINATIONS
TAPPING BAR
&PIVOT COMPLETE

DRESS AND CLEAN


LAMINATIONS

WELD BOTH
ENDS OF
TAPPING BAR

DRESS AND
CLEAN POLE
COMPLETE

DRILL AND
CSK TAP
HOLES IN
POLE
DISPATCH
DRESS AND
PRODUCT
The precautions that must be taken
during spot welding include:
CLEAN
DIV
SHARP
Check for parallel surface of the spacers.
CORNERS
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Set machine for correct current setting as permachine parameters.


Check the assembly through drop test (from 1 meter height).

OD exceeds 3.5 m and may reach up-to 18.0 m.


Core is split into segments.
Maximum width of available magnetic sheet steel is about 1.0 m.
Single core might be heavy and bulky for handling.
To facilitate the handling of laminations inside the factory.
Smooth transport by rail or road.

Why Segmental Laminations for Stator Core?

Fig (xxxii): Segmental Laminations for Stator Core

Critical Quality Assurance Requirements:

Low tolerance on I/D & O/D dimensions


Very low tolerance on pitch variation of dovetails on O/D.
Variation in position of Key way on stator O/D w.r.t. dovetail and slots to
be within limit
Variation in position of Key way on rotor I/D w.r.t. slots & Bolt/Vent
holes to be within limit
Pitch variation between slots to be within very small tolerance to avoid
slot roughness while core building
Burr level to be controlled during all operations of O/D & I/D blanking,
Key way on stator O/D & Rotor I/D, Stator & Rotor notching, bolt/vent
hole notching, trimming etc.
Thickness variation after core building to be within 2mm ( for TPTN ) to
5 mm ( EM ).

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Strength of Projection welding of vent spacers to be such as to


withstand hammer test.
Spot welding of End plates and spacer plates to withstand destructive
testing.
Coating thickness of varnish to be maintained within a very low
tolerance limit.

Materials Used:

Coated CRNGO (Cold rolled non-grain oriented) SILICON STEEL Sheet.


Coated Material (4 to 7.5 MICRONSTABOLITE 40 VARNISH).
Coating Material (Varnish & Thinner).
Major Supplier - RSP Raurkela, TKESNASIK, ALLOVERGY Germany.
MATERIAL Thickness
o 0.35mm TO 0.75mm (Stator & Rotor).
o 1 to 2.25mm (Pole Punchings).
o 1.6 To 4.5mm (Rim Laminations).
Uncoated CRNGO STEEL Sheet.
CRCS (cold rolled carbon steel) Sheet.
Stainless steel Bar.

Types of Press Tools:

Single Notch Tools:


Produce single notch in a stroke and used when the required quantities
are less. E.g. Notching, Venting, Trimming etc.

Compound Tools:
Two or more than two cutting
a stroke, used for mass production.

operations are completed in

COMBINATIONS TOOL:
Cutting
&
non-cutting
bending, forming are performed in a stroke.

PROGRESSIVE TOOLS:
It performs a series of fundamental sheet metal operations at two or
more stations during each stroke.

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operations

like

Selection of Press Tools:

Quantity of laminations.
Design/Profile of laminations.
Cutting Load (of available Presses).
Machine Delivery time.

Major Developments Done To Improve Productivity:


Technology:

Stator and rotor laminations are manufactured in one pass using stateof-the-art technology of circular multi-station notching press (8 ton 8
station CNC notching press).

Modification of Gear train assembly of 12.5 Ton Impact make notching


press resulted in enabling notching of 200 slots in place of rated 192
slots.

Installation of regular/irregular skip-notch slot programming on Impact


Notching Press for making LEM Rotor punching.

Manufacturing of 2600 mm dia. LEM range segmental lamination for


M/s KBL Mundra.

Manufacturing of stator laminations for 1250 mm dia. LEM range


motors on the 12.5 Ton notching press.

Manufacturing of large size Rim punching of 4.5mm thickness using a


four stage compound tool for Koldam Hydro-generator project.

Development of LASER cutting technology for manufacturing of


laminations.

Online Production Monitoring system developed involving storage of


required information like work order wise customer name, component
drawing nos., tool nos., material, core height, dispatch status, user
requirement etc. to facilitate easy retrieval of information.

Cycle-Time Reduction:

Development of compound tools for stator and rotor laminations.

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Development of compound tools for armatures of Traction Motors in


maximum possible varieties.

Manufacturing of Gang-slot Tools to reduce load on 16 Ton segmental


notching press and reduce cycle time.

Carbide notching tools developed with M/s Kennametal to reduce


machine idle time caused by tool re-sharpening.

Manufacturing of end laminations of TM4907 armature, TM4507 stator


& rotor etc. through LASER cutting.

Development of compound tools of various ID, OD combination along


with bolt holes to reduce cycle time by eliminating separate operations
for ID and for bolt hole.

Development of notching tools which also have the vent hole punch to
reduce cycle time by eliminating separate operation of vent hole in
case wherever possible.

Cost Reduction:

Use of old Bolster plates for new compound tools to reduce cost of
compound press tools.

Indigenization of lightweight notching die shoes for CNC notching


press. Earlier these were imported from OEM supplier M/s Schuler,
Germany.

Import substitution of HRNGO with 1.0mm thick CR sheet for


manufacturing of hydro-generator pole laminations.

Manufacturing of TM4303 armature, Main Pole & Com-pole punching


for TPTN from the off cuts of IMM and LEM laminations.

Manufacturing of small size stator and rotor laminations for 700mm,


620mm and 550mm dia. IMM frame using large size shaft-hole in-cuts
of LEM rotors.

Saving in material cost by reducing width of the CRNGO coils used for
stator lamination of IMM motors.

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Future Augmentations:

Establishing of LASER cut of end laminations for more traction motors.

Renovation of 32 Ton segmental notching press to manufacture stator


segments.

Development of more compound tools to eliminate multiple operations.

Development of more gang-slot tools to reduce load on 16 Ton


segmental press and also reduce cycle time.

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Conclusion
Thus, it can be seen that the manufacturing of Electrical Machinery at BHEL
has evolved and developed rapidly in the past few years and is set to reach
its apex in advancement within a few years to come, with the utilization of
more and more sophisticated and state-of-the-art machineries for fulfilling
the needs of modern industries and also for the progress of the nation. BHEL
being a Maharatana company has paced itself cautiously towards achieving
new goals within a short span of time.

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Appendix I
List of Figures:
Fig.(i) Block II The Press Shop Division
Fig
motors
& Alternators
Fig (ii):
(iii):AC
Hydro
Turbines
Fig (iv): Transportation Equipment
Fig (v): Transformers
(vi): Press Shop
Fig (vii):Stator
Punching
Fig (viii):Rotor Punching
Fig (ix):Rotor Spacer Plate
Fig (x):Segmental Stator Laminations
Fig (xi): Stator Lamination
Fig (xii): Stator Spacer Plate
Fig (xiii):Rim Lamination
Fig (xiv):Pole Lamination
Fig (xv):Armature And Main Pole Lamination For Dc Motors
Fig (xvi):Stator And Rotor Laminations For Ac Motors ( 6 FRA )
Fig (xvii):TA Rim
Fig (xviii):TA Main Pole
Fig (xix):Exciter Stator &Exciter Rotor
Fig (xx):TA/ OA Stator
Fig (xxi):TA Stator Segment
Fig (xxii):250 T CNC Blanking Line & Notching Press
Fig (xxiii):Inside view of CNC Notching machine
Fig (xxiv):Stator Punching Stack
Fig (xxv):Stator Segmental Punching Stack
Fig (xxvi):Conventional CNC Notching Presses
Fig (xxvii):16 T Segmental Notching Press
Fig (xxviii):1600T Press
Fig (xxix):Vertical Spindle Surface Grinder
Fig (xxx):Varnishing Plant
Fig (xxxi):Spacer Plates After Spot Welding
Fig (xxxii):Segmental Laminations for Stator Core

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Bibliography

The data from BHEL.


Internet Sources- www.scribd.com.
Practical Experience of Guide and other Employees.

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