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solar air heater technology

  1. 1. SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY MR. ASHWANI SHARMA VINAY SHARMA B.TECH (M.E) 6TH SEM DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SHOOLINI UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  OBJECTIVE  KINDS OF INSPECTION  I. II. III. IV.   FLOOR INSPECTION FIXED INSPECTION KEY POINT INSPECTION FINAL INSPECTION METHODS OF INSPECTIO
  3. 3. INSPECTION  ACT OF CHECKING WHETHER A COMPONENT ACTUALLY DOES ITS WORK AS DESIRE……….  CHECKING THE ACCEPTABILIT OF MANUFACTURED PRODUCT……  MEASURE THE QUALITY OF PRODUCT WITH PREDECIDED STANDARDS THE
  4. 4.  SEPRATE DEFACTIVE COMPONENT AND THUS ENSURE THE QUALITY OF PRODUCT  PREVENT FURTHER WORK ON SEMI FINISHED PRODUCT ALREADY DETECTED AS SPOILED  MAKES OPERATION SAFE  DETECT SOURCES OF WEAKNESS AND TROUBLE IN FINISHED PRODUCT  BUILTS UP THE REPUTATION  REDUCING NUMBER OF COMPLAINTS
  5. 5.  HELPS CATCHING ERRORS DURING PROCESS  SAMPLE OF WORK IS CHECKED OF VARIOUS MACHINE OPERATOR OR WORKERS  CHECKING IS DONE BEFORE THE FINAL PRODUCT IS READY  ELIMINATES CENTRALIZATION
  6. 6. • WORK IS BROUGHT TO INSPECTOR TO CHECK • DISCOVERS DEFECTS AFTER THE JOB HAS BEEN COMPLETED • WHEN INSPECTION TOOLS CAN NOT BE BROUGHT TO THE SHOP FLOOR • SORT OF CENTRALIZED INSPECTION
  7. 7. o KEY POINT IS A STAGE BEYOND WHICH IT IS NOT CAPABLE OF REWORK o EVERY PRODUCT HAS A KEY POINT IN ITS PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE o IT AVOIDS FURTHER EXPENDITURE ON POOR PARTS
  8. 8.  IT CHECK ITS APPEARANCE AND PERFORMANCE  DESTRUCTIVE AND NON DESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION METHODS SUCH AS TENSILE, FATIGUE, IMPACT, TENSILE ETC.,ARE AVAILABLE FOR FINAL INSPECTION.  FINAL INSPECTION IS THE CENTRALIZED INSPECTION
  9. 9.  Judgment  Inspection Inspection That Discovers Defects  Informative  Inspection That Reduces Defects  Source  Inspection Inspection Inspection That Eliminates Defects
  10. 10. Visual Testing Liquid Penetrant Testing: Magnetic Particle Testing: Ultrasonic Testing: Electromagnetic Radiographic Testing: Testing:
  11. 11. o inspect the surface of the material for any indications of a discontinuity or interruption in the normal surface configuration.  Dimensional measuring and optical aid tools may be used.  Advantages: To make the best judgment for the method and technique used.  Limitations: Surface inspection only. Difficult to find small cracks.
  12. 12.  Process: Apply a penetrating liquid to the test material surface, Remove, Dry, Develop and the Inspect part.  Advantages: A wide variety of materials can be tested. Inspection is simple, fast and relatively economical.  Limitations: Surface flaw detection only. Part surface requires a thorough cleaning or etching. 
  13. 13.  Process: Magnetize part and apply iron oxide particles to the part surface.  Flaws will attract particles giving an indication of the location of the flaws.  Advantage: Surface and near subsurface flaw detection potential and linear indication sensitivity.  Limitations: Method is restricted to a select group of ferromagnetic test materials only.
  14. 14.  Process: Transmit high frequency sound waves vibrations into the test material,  Sound reflections caused by flaws produce displayed signals.  Advantages: Surface and deep subsurface flaw location detection capabilities.  Limitations: Part geometry, flaw orientation.
  15. 15.  INSPECTION IS VERY IMPORTANT BEFORE OR AFTER MANUFACTURING THE PRODUCT OR SERVICE TO ENHANCE THE QUALITY AND GROWTH OF THAT ORGANISATION .
  16. 16. THE END

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