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ST Central workshop (MSRTC) Case Study ppt

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ST Central workshop (MSRTC) Case Study ppt

  1. 1. Seminar on Department of Mechanical Engg. ST Central Workshop Presented by Nishant Sharma (Sec B Roll No.32) Nishchay Bawane (Sec B, Roll No.33) Nishikant Samarth (Sec B, Roll No.34) Nitesh Meshram (Sec B, Roll No.35) Palash Newale (Sec B, Roll No.36) Prajot Prasad (Sec B, Roll No.37) Prashant Naikwar (Sec B, Roll No.38) Year- 3rd Year/6th SEM Guided By: Prof. Girish Waghdhare G.H. RAISONI ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
  2. 2. Content • Introduction • Overview • History • Production • Manufacturing Processes • Problems Identification & Implementations • References
  3. 3. Introduction • The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation abbreviated as MSRTC is the stat run bus service of Maharashtra, India with 16,000 buses which ferry 7 million passengers daily on 17,000 routes. • It is the third largest bus service provider in India after Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation. • It serves routes to towns and cities within Maharashtra and adjoining states. Apart from locations within the state of Maharashtra, the MSRTC service also covers destinations in neighbouring states • It is one of the largest fleet owners in India. It is one of the largest fleet owners in India. It also offers a facility for online booking of tickets for all 17,000 routes. • Headquarter is located in Mumbai • Owner is government of Maharashtra & operation began in 1948 as Bombay Road Transportation Corporation. ST Central Workshop
  4. 4. Overview ST Central Workshop TOTAL BUSES SIMPLE BUSES CITY BUSES SEMI COMFORTABLE MINI BUSES DELUXE BUSES AIR CONDITIONED MIDI 15500 14022 651 544 199 48 26 10 M.S.R.T.C BUSES OVERVIEW (In One Financial Year)
  5. 5. History ● The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation was established by State Government of Maharashtra as per the provision in Section 3 RTC Act 1950. ● The M.S.R.T.C is operating its services by the approved scheme of road transport published video Notification MVA 3173/30303-XIIA dated 29.11.1973 in the official gazette. ● The first bus was flagged off from the Pune to Ahmednagar in 1948. ● In the early 1950s, two luxury coaches were also introduced with Morris Commercial Chassis. ● There were 10 makes of buses in used during 1950 - Chevrolet, Fort, Bedford, Sedan, Studebaker, Morris Commercial, Albion, Leyland, Commer and Fiat. ● After Asia buses Volvo Luxury Buses where introduced. ST Central Workshop
  6. 6. Production ST Central Workshop Raw Materials The raw materials used in the body building of buses comprise mainly of MILD STEEL for CROSS BAR CHANNEL and other weight bearing parts of the bus. The rest of the body is made up of SHEET ALUMINIUM. Pros:- ● Light Metal ● Corrosion Free ● Fast Recovery ● Inside Safety
  7. 7. MACHINES AND THEIR VARIOUS MACHINING PROCESSES ST Central Workshop 1. HYDRAULIC PIPE BENDING MACHINE(PME NO-186) • Capacity (in angles) – 0 to 200 Degrees (Hollow Pipe Bending) • Diameter of the pipes used- 25mm • Raw Material Used- MS Rod • Uses- Seat Frame in Passenger bus
  8. 8. ST Central Workshop 2. BENCH GRINDER •Raw material used- Mild Steel •Materials Manufactured- Bus Handle, Door Hand 3. SQUZEE RIVETTING MACHINE (PME NO-180,5HP) •Raw Material used-Aluminium Pillars •Materials Manufactured-Pillar fitting with clit is made with the use of rounded rivets •Dimension of the rivets – 6x22mm and 5x15mm
  9. 9. ST Central Workshop 4. BENCH DRILLING MACHINE (PME NO202, NOV1990)   •Raw materials used-Aluminium Pillars •Materials Manufactured- Holes in the  aluminium pillars to fix the rivets •Dimension of the hole-Diameter is 9x32mm       Dimension of the pillar-2070mm 5. ABRASIVE CUTTER MACHINE ( PME NO. 199, AUG 1990 )   •Machine Cost- Rs 49,602/- •Model Number-SB-10 •Wheel Size-Diameter is 400mm •Job width used- 100mm •Job length used-75mm
  10. 10. ST Central Workshop 6. SHEARING MACHINE (PME NO-155,AUG 1986)   •Model – GS 0330 •Machine Cost- Rs 6, 00,000/- •Raw materials used for machining- MS Sheet (10G,  14G, 16G, 20G OF Thickness) •Length of Sheet Machined- 2700mm •Dimensions-                           Max Thickness x  Length(MS):- 3m x 3000m o Max Tensile Stress for MS:- 54 kg/mm sq. o Max Tensile Stress for  Aluminium:-30kg/mm sq. o Max Shearing Stress for  Aluminium:-22kg/mm sq. Max Thickness x Length (Aluminium):-5mm x   3000mm
  11. 11. ST Central Workshop 7. BREAK PRESS MACHINE (PME NO-33 , MAR- 1975)   o Model- PB-80 o Machine Cost- Rest 1,19,680/- o Capacity- At Mid Stoke- 80 Ton  At Bottom Stoke- 125 Ton  For Bending- 6mm x 1830 mm  Overall Die Space (L x W)- 3048mm x  120mm Use- Makes the part for fitting glasses in bus  windows after sheet metal cutting. 8. POWER PRESS MACHINE ( PME NO-122, OCT-1983) •Machine Cost- Rs 1,67,915/- •Capacity-80 Ton Use- For making clit holes
  12. 12. ST Central Workshop 9.UNIVERSAL NIBBLING MACHINE ( PME NO 120 , OCT 1983 )   •Raw Material Used- Aluminium Sheet •Dimension of Sheet- 2.5 mm Thickness Use- To cut aluminium sheet for back support  of passenger seats 10.SHEET FOLDING MACHINE (PME NO-130, JAN 1984)   •Raw material used- Aluminium Sheet •Use- To make pedestals and stairs for entry in  the bus
  13. 13. ST Central Workshop 1. Most of the work is done manually 2. Manual work results in lower accuracy and low standard manufacturing 3. Workforce is not motivated. 4. Not enough investments are done in the Research and Development activities 5. Absence of automation leads workers to work for long hours hence they are fatigued and don’t work up to the requirements. PROBLEMS IDENTIFICATION
  14. 14. ST Central Workshop Suggestion 1. Manual work is a big hindrance in the quality production. Automated machines and tools should be inducted because their combination will increase accuracy. 2. Safety of workers should be increased. 3. Proper research should go into the alternatives for currently used raw materials and designs with the changing demands. 4. Superior quality paints and other alternatives will make even better buses which will be good for the organisation in the long run.
  15. 15. References ST Central Workshop 1. The report includes all studies being done in the central workshop along with their actual photographs. 2.Paperbacks- Small bus manufacturing industry Oracle E bus
  16. 16. Thank You Presented by Nishant Sharma (Sec B Roll No.32) Nishchay Bawane (Sec B, Roll No.33) Nishikant Samarth (Sec B, Roll No.34) Nitesh Meshram (Sec B, Roll No.35) Palash Newale (Sec B, Roll No.36) Prajot Prasad (Sec B, Roll No.37) Prashant Naikwar (Sec B, Roll No.38) Year- 3rd Year/6th SEM . ST Central Workshop

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