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Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
Projet report swaraj 2013
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  • 1. DEPARTMENT OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT (MAHINDRA AND MAHINDRA, SWARAJ DIVISION, MOHALI) SUBMITTED TO: MR ASHUTOSH SINGH SUBMITTED BY: RISHABH KAUSHIK (1006447089)
  • 2. CONTENTS  PREFACE  ACKNOWLEDGMENT  INTRODUCTION  HISTORY OF PTL  LIGHT MACHINE SHOP  HEAVY MACHINE SHOP  ASSEMBLY LINE  CONCLUSION  REFRENCES
  • 3. PREFACE If you know the laws of buoyancy it doesn’t mean that you know how to swim. It is only through jumping in the water that you get the feel of the depth. This is applicable to every aspect of life. Therefore practical training is of utmost importance. The object of undergoing this training was to get familiar with the weary waters of the industry and to learn how to put theory into practice. I have been greatly privileged to have undergone training at Mahindra and Mahindra, Swaraj division. This report contains the extract of things I learned during my training period. RISHABH KAUSHIK
  • 4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Any endeavor cannot lead to success unless and until a proper platform is provided for the same. This is the reason I find myself very fortunate to have undergone my industrial training of four weeks at MAHINDRA AND MAHINDRA, SWARAJ DIVISION. The persons of my department and all other departments have extended a warm and helping hand. I am very fortunate to have had a chance to feel the gravity of what role Mechanical Engineering plays in the industry. It was a golden opportunity for me to get a chance to experience what it feels to be in a company where discipline, quality and hard work are the motto. This training helped me a lot in bridging the gap between the theoretical and the practical aspects of my knowledge. First of all I would like to thank Mr G P Kaushik for his valuable guidance and encouragement as a teacher and a friend throughout my training period. I am also thankful to Ms Monkia Garg for giving me an opportunity to undergo training in such a renowned company. RISHABH KAUSHIK
  • 5. PTL’S BIRTH Keeping in mind Punjab’s agrarian economy it was decided by the Punjab government to encourage the growth of industries, which complement Punjab’s agriculture growth. This task was entrusted to Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation (PSIDC), which has played a major role in bringing Punjab to the threshold of the industrial revolution. With the dual objective of industrial and agriculture growth, PUNJAB TRACTORS LIMITED was established on 27 June 1970. INTRODUCTION Punjab Tractors Limited, a public limited company, is India’s first large-scale project based company with a totally indigenous design, know-how and technology. Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation (PSIDC), which was a major player, prompted it; the government of India and financial institutes like Punjab Financial Corporation (PFC) provided significant support. The public subscribed the remainder. The factory is located at the Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, which is an important township of Punjab. A Board of Directors manages the company with the Secretar y, ind us trial departm ent, Punjab b e i n g the ex-official chairman. The Vice-Chairman and Managing Directors manage the day-to- day affairs. Mahindra and Mahindra MD, Mr Anand Mahindra and President, Mr Pawan Goenka.
  • 6. GROWTH OF PTL Punjab Tractors Limited started with an annual capacity of 5000 tractors and with a capital of Rs. 3.7 crores. It went into commercial production in the year 1974; its first production of 26.6 BHP tractors was given the name SWARAJ-720. Ever since then P.T.L. has not looked back. In the first twenty year of its existence its capacity has been increased to 24000 per annum, which is a considerable achievement by any standards. In all, SWARAJ provides with a host of varied products, which includes: • TRACTORS • HARVESTING COMBINE • FORK LIFTERS • AGRICULTURE IMPLEMENTS • AUTOMOTIVE CASTINGS • LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES • SHELTER • ENGINES • CASTINGS •ROUGH •TERRAIN
  • 7. ORIGIN OF ‘SWARAJ’ The word SWARAJ”, in Hindi, means “freedom from bondage”. Since, P.T.L. was the first largest tractor project in India, moreover fully based upon Indian technology. So “SWARAJ” was appropriately chosen as its brand name. SWARAJ GROUP sells its product under this brand name. SWARAJ IN MARKET With more than 2 Lac tractors and harvester combines operating in Indian farms, SWARAJ is now a well-established brand name in country. SWARAJ is also an internationally recognized name in the developing world. The products of SWARAJ are not only restricted to Indian market but, they h a d entered i n i n t e r n a t i o n a l m a r k e t . SAWRAJ t r a c t o r s f i n d a n important place in developing countries like Ghana, Tanzania, Zambia, Kenya, Sudan, U g a n d a , I n d o n e s i a , Malaysia, e t c . They are also sending their Harvesting Combines to South Korea having first AC cabin Harvesting Combine in India. Earlier, they had also transported the machined rims to Japan, a project worth millions of dollars.
  • 8. TRACTOR MARKET SCENARIO Nowadays, the markets are flooded with tractors of various companies. Most of the companies provide a range (in terms of power) of tractors to capture the market. The data is collected for the year. Following is the detailed list of sales of leading tractor-producing companies: We see that three-four companies dominate total tractor production in India and around. SWARAJ occupies third position in the market in terms of sales of tractors.
  • 9. UNITS OF SWARAJ GROUP Originally, SWARAJ had set up its plant for the production of tractors. But with the passage of time, to fulfill the requirements of Indian market, it diversified into other fields, with the collaboration of foreign companies like Komatsu, Mazda etc. it opened its new Division near Chandigarh. Following are the five divisions of SWARAJ GROUP: • SWARAJ COMBINE DIVISION • SWARAJ FOUNDARY DIVISION • SWARAJ ENGINE DIVISION • SWARAJ TRACTOR DIVISION SWARAJ COMBINE DIVISION It was set up in 1980 in village Chappercheri, on Landran road near Kharar in Distt. Ropar. It was started with a capital layout of Rs. 2.6 crores to manufacture self-propelled harvester combines modeled SWARAJ-8100. It was India’s first indigenously produced self-propelled harvester combine. In 1985, indigenous diesel fork FD-20 and FD-25 with a lifting capacity of 2 tonnes, 2.5 tonnes respectively was brought out. Later in the year, company also entered in collaboration with KOMATSU FORKLIFT CO. of Japan for manufacturing both diesel and electric fork lifters up to 10 tonnes capacity. In year 1990, the production of tractor was also started here. Additionally, SCD is manufacturing some components for SWARAJ MAZDA DIVISION. SWARAJ COMBINE DIVISION (SOD) is also producing FIBRE REENFORCECED PLASTICS for army centers and various purposes like housing electronic data, handling systems, refrigerated vans, mobile radio stations and other similar defense applications. Keeping in mind the weight and strength requirements of shelters, they are manufactured either with FRP or Aluminum. FRP used here plays dual role; firstly, it acts as rust inhibitor. Secondly, it is a structured material with required strength.
  • 10. SWARAJ FOUNDARY DIVISION This plant is located in village Majri near Kurali in Ropar Distt. It is situated at a distance of around 22 km from Chandigarh. This plant was set up in the year 1980 with an initial investment of Rs. 15 crores. This division supplies the casting to all other units of SWARAJ GROUP. It includes supply of input shafts, hub, gear main drive and many other components used in L.M.S. In H.M.S. shop it supply gearbox, differential rear cover, trumpet housing. SWARAJ ENGINE DIVISION This plant is located in Mohali. It was setup in technical and financial collaboration with KIRLOSKAR OIL ENGINE LIMITED. It was setup in the year 1987 for the manufacture of diesel engines. This plant manufactures engines f o r SWARAJ TRACTORS. It also supplies connecting rods to SWARAJ MAZDA DIVISION. The installed capacity of this plant was 1500 engines per annum. Engine production in this company has reached level of 15921, a volume growth of 27% as compared to previous year. Total revenue of this plant has reached up to Rs.72.6 crores. It uses about 99.4% indigenous components.
  • 11. SWARAJ TRACTOR DIVISION (MOHALI) Swaraj Tractor Division is situated at phase-IV, S.A.S. Nagar, an important industrial town, 5 Km from Chandigarh, in Ropar District, in Punjab. It was set up on May 27, 1970 with the dual objective of industrial and agriculture growth. It was the first SWARAJ DIVISION to be set up. This was India’s first large-scale project totally based upon indigenous design and technology of I n d i a i t s e l f . It m a n u f a c t u r e s d i f f e r e n t m o d e l s o f t r a c t o r s i . e ., o f different HPs. Presently around 100— 120 tractors are produced in a day in two shifts. Rated capacity 42100 tractors Employee strength: Around 3000 Annual turnover: per year. Rs. 1300 crores MANUFACTURING SYSTEM STD operates through a series of departments, which can be broadly classified into: PRODUCTION 1. Light machine shop (LMS) 2. Heavy machine shop (HMS) Assembly shop 3. Heat treatment shop 4. Paint shop PRODUCT SERVICES 1. Tool room 2. Tool control cell (TOO) 3. Industrial engineering Research & Development 4. Production planning & control (PPO) 5. Material Management & control (Stores) 6. Quality Engineering 7. Maintenance 8. Construction SUPPORT SERVICES 1. Management systems 2. Finances 3. Purchase
  • 12. CURRENT PRODUCTS  Swaraj 722 Super  Swaraj 724 FE  Swaraj 733 FE  Swaraj 735 FE  Swaraj 744 FE  Swaraj 834 FE  Swaraj 855 XM  Swaraj 744 XM  Swaraj 939  Swaraj 978  Swaraj 855  Forklift 15  Forklift 20  Forklift 30 EL.  Forklift 15  8100 Harvester Combine Shareholding Pattern
  • 13. LIGHT MACHINE SHOP INTRODUCTION LMS is the largest section in the factory. All transmission components viz. shafts and gears used in Tractors are manufactured here. It has more than 120 machines; Facilities of this shop include Equipment for blank operation, boring, drilling etc. Except the bevel gear generator & gear shaver, which have been imported from WIv1W & Churchill of West Germany respectively, all other machines are from HMT Ltd. The rupees thirty one million plant and machinery of this shop installed in an area of 33,000 sq. ft. and casting, forging and high standard of quality TYPES OF MACHINES Cylindrical grinder, internal grinder, copying lathe, gear hobbler, Radial drilling machine, drum turret lathe, turret lathe, Honing machine, Centre lathe, Capstan lathe, Capstan lathe, Vertical pull broaching machine, Chuckmatic, Fay Auto, Centering & facing machine, Vertical Milling machine, Horizontal Milling Machine, Deburring machine, D/E boring machine, Gear Shaver GTR machine, Bevel Gear Generator, Gear shaper, CNC machine, Power Hacksaw. And special purpose drilling machine, twin chucker, Centre Hole grinding machine. FUNCTION OF THE DEPARTMENT  Gear manufacture and grinding.  Machining of bull gears.  Bevel gear cutting of all rounds on power hacksaws.  Facing and centering.  All type of grinding inner and outer gears.  Hobbing and broaching machine.  Gear shaving gear deburring machine.  Drilling of all gears reporting system.  Number of workmen shifts operations.
  • 14. OPERATIONS  Facing: It is the operations of finishing the ends of the work, to make the ends flat and smooth& to make the piece of required length.  UnderCutting: It is similar to grooving operation but is performed inside a hole.  Chamfering: It is the operation of beveling the extreme end of the work piece. Chamfer is provided for better look/to rough turning: in t h i s operations max. Metal is removed &very little oversize dimensions are left for further machining.  FinishTurning: Here min. metal is removed &very fine finish is obtained on the work surface.  Grooving: It is the operation of turning the groove or neck in order to terminate a thread or to provide adequate clearance enable nut to pass freely on threaded work piece, to remove burs &to protect the work piece from being damaged.  Knurling: It is a proc of embossing a diamond shaped regular pattern on the surface of the work piece using a special knurling tool.  Broaching: It is a method of metal removal by a tool that has successively higher cutting edges in a fixed path. Each tooth removes a fixed amount of material.  Drilling: It is a process of making hole in an object by forcing a rotating tool called drill.  Boring: It is a process of enlarging a hole that has already been drilled.  Grinding: In grinding, the material is removed by a means of a rotating abrasive wheel. It is generally used for sharpening the cutting tool, for grinding threads, better surface finish etc.  Hobbing: It is the process of cutting teeth on gear &shafts & is performed by a rotating tool called hob on the hobbing machine.  Shaping: The process of cutting gears on the shaper is known as shaping. The tool used in shaping for teeth cutting is a multipoint cutting tool.
  • 15. COMPONENTS MANUFACTURED
  • 16. INTRODUCTION All heavy castings of tractors are machined in this shop with the help of variety of special machines (SPM). These machines are tailor made by HMT to suit component requirements. In addition, facilities of this shop include general-purpose turning, drilling and milling machines. About 20 SPM and 30 GPM are installed in a covered area of 47,000 sq. ft. at a cost of 20 million, 2600 tons of castings are machined every year on a two-shift basis. In addition to the machining of castings for the tractor, some jobs are also performed for Swaraj Mazda Limited. COMPONENTS • Gearbox housing (Material—R-33, Casting, 180-230 BHN, 76-kg wt.) • Differential Housing • Rear Cover • Trumpet Housing FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT Machining of heavy castings like differential housing, gear box housing, rear cover, trumpet housing, steering housing of tractors, machining of tractors parts, machining of some components for Mazda.
  • 17. TYPES OF MACHINES  Radial drilling machine  Vertical milling Horizontal milling Simplex milling  Duplex milling  Lathe Double end T/W boring  Automatic lathe  SPM (special purpose M/c) INTER-RELATIONSHIP  Tool room - Requirement of jigs, fixtures and cutting tools.  Maintenance – A t t e n d i n g b r e a k d o w n a n d c a r r y i n g o u t p r e v e n t i v e maintenance of machine tools.  Industrial engineering - Provide process charts for machining operations.  Assembly - Ensuring p r o p e r f i t m e n t o f components, production planning and control, micro loading of components on day-to-day basis.  Quality control & inspection — Storage and inspection. R&D Paint shop.
  • 18. FUNCTION Assembly of all finished components and bought out components for Swaraj- 722, 724, 733, 735, 744, 834 SECTIONS IN ASSEMBLY 1. Cage Assembly 2. PTO Shaft Assembly 3. BPS L/R Assembly. 4. Differential Assembly and Testing 5. Trumpet Housing and Assembly. 6. Differential Housing and Trumpet Housing Assembly. 7. Gear Box Assembly and testing 8. Rear Cover Assembly and testing 9. Steering Assembly. 10. Brake Housing Assembly 11. Coupling Gear Box Assembly with Differential Housing Assembly. 12. Steering assembly to be assembled with 11 13. Brake Housing Assembly to be assembled with 12 14. Front Axle Beam Assembly. 15. King Pin Assembly. 16. Engine assembly.
  • 19. 17. Coupling Engine Assembly with 13 18. Assembly. 13, 14 with 16 19. Tie Rod assembly with 17 20. Assembly other main link items like Levelling Rod, Trailer Hook, Front and Rear Frame, Battery Mtg. Frame, Stay Bars, Brake Pedal, Clutch Pedal Assembly., Foot Board Assembly. 21. Greasing all points 22. Invasion into painting chamber 23. Mounting of front and rear tire 24. Fender Assembly with lights and other electrical fitments 25. Radiator Assembly. 26. Dash Board Assembly and Seat assembly. 27. Fuel Tank Assembly. 28. Side panel, Bonnet, Front Shield, Rear Shield, Front Grill etc Assembly. 29. Air Cleaner and Exhaust Assembly. 30. Battery fitment 31. Oil Filling, Battery filling etc.
  • 20. TESTING The Assembly Shop is the production shop where assembly and sub-assembly I of all the parts take place. The final processed parts from the various parts of production shop such as HMS, LMS and Heat Treatment reach the assembly Shop. The various parts reach the assembly shop only after being washed, cleansed and dried, which takes place when the different parts are on their way to assembly shop. The above washing process takes place automatically i.e. the machinist has to drop the final Part on the roller conveyor, and the parts reach the assembly shop after being automatically washed and dried. The assembly shop can be divided into various groups depending upon sub- parts being assembled. These groups are: 1. Differential assembly and sub-assembly. 2. Differential Cover assembly. 3. Gear Box assembly and sub-assembly. 4. Steering Gear Box Assembly. + Gear Shifting Mechanism Assembly. + Brake assembly. 5. Assembly of various links, Foot Board and other accessories. 6. Assembly of engine with Clutch mechanism.
  • 21. ANNUAL REPORT 2013 [6]
  • 22. MONETARY STATEMENT 2013 [7]
  • 23. CONCLUSION My training was the most versatile experience. I had the pleasure to do the work with one of the most reputed factory in their field- “PUNJAB TRACTORS LTD.” I received the blend of experience in Private as well as in Govt. sector. I feel training has given me exposure to undergo projects in the Manufacturing field as well help me a lot to understand the company work culture, working with teams and much more. In the end I will like to thank all persons who helped me througho ut my training to enhance my experience. RISHABH KAUSHIK
  • 24. REFERENCES 1. www.google.co.in 2. www.mahindra.com 3. www.slideshare.net 4. www.swarajenterprise.com 5. www.wikipedia.org 6. http://www.swarajenterprise.com/AnnualReport/AnnualReportSAL-2013.pdf 7. http://icra.in/Files/ticker/SH-2013-Q2-1-ICRA-Tractors.pdf

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