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STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING USING PENDULUM PRINCIPLE FOR BUCKET TYPE WATER PUMP

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Hand water pump with a pendulum is very simple solution for pumping water. The advantages of this invention compared to present hand pump solutions are less force to start the pump, elders and children can also operate it
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without any fatigue, since maintaining the oscillation of the pendulum does not request any special training or dexterity. Pendulum pump can be used to supply water for human needs, fire extinguishing, irrigation and agriculture by disabled or handicapped persons as well as women in areas with less manpower, water supply and electricity, rural areas and undeveloped countries.

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STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING USING PENDULUM PRINCIPLE FOR BUCKET TYPE WATER PUMP

  1. 1. A PROJECT PRESENTATION ON STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING USING PENDULUM PRINCIPLE FOR BUCKET TYPE WATER PUMP PRESENTED BY POONAM PATIL PRANITA THORAT RACHANA MANDLIK SHRUTI DHAMANE GUIDED BY PROF. S.B. CHANDGUDE
  2. 2. CONTENTS  INTRODUCTION  LITERATURE REVIEW  OBJECTIVES  MATERIAL SELECTION  DESIGN OF PARTS  WORKING OF PUMP  COST ESTIMATION  CONCLUSIONS  FUTURE SCOPE
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Water is one of our basic needs. Water pumps move water from point a to point b for centuries. Modern pumps require electricity and ancient pumps require more efforts to operate. Therefore Veljko Milkovic came with the concept of pendulum based water pump.
  4. 4. LITERATURE REVIEW VANE WATER PUMP CENTRIFUGAL PUMP SUCTION & LIFT HAND PUMP BUCKET TYPE WATER PUMP GEAR PUMP PENDULUM PRINCIPLE FOR BUCKET PUMP 1588 1687 1857 1949 1953 2012
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES  To design and develop the structure for pumping water using pendulum principle.  To reduce human efforts.  To achieve continuous discharge of water through pump.  To ensure safe operation of the pump.
  6. 6. MATERIAL SELECTION Material Selection Factors  Availability of materials.  Suitability of materials for the working condition in service.  Cost of the materials.  Physical and chemical properties of materials.  Mechanical properties of materials.
  7. 7. DESIGN OF PARTS LEVER: Size: 13mm× 1650mm Material: Low carbon steel (30C8) Weight: 3 Kg
  8. 8. PENDULUM: Size: ɸ100mm×200mm Material: Low carbon steel Weight: 13 Kg
  9. 9. BASE FRAME: Part Size: 780mm×1380mm Material: Low carbon steel Weight: 15 Kg
  10. 10. VERTICAL FRAME: Size : 1480mm×140mm Material : low carbon steel(30C8) Weight: 6 Kg
  11. 11. SPRING: Total no of coils: 18 Actual deflection of coil (δ)= 37.33mm Solid length(Ls)= 90mm Free length (Lf)= 222.52mm
  12. 12. BEARING SELECTED Bearing selected= single row deep groove ball bearing Bearing used= SKF (6203) Number of bearings= 4
  13. 13. PUMP SPECIFICATIONS Pump used: Reciprocating Pump Bore diameter = 80mm Stroke length = 160mm No. of strokes per min = 45
  14. 14. ASSEMBLY
  15. 15. WORKING OF PUMP
  16. 16. RESULTS Theoretical discharge (𝑄𝑡ℎ) = 18.19 lit./min Average discharge (𝑄 𝑎𝑐𝑡) =(1.25+0.990+0.850)/3 =14.66 lit./min Practical discharge
  17. 17. Fig. Discharge according to oscillation
  18. 18. COST ESTIMATION
  19. 19. Total project cost is Rs. 5838
  20. 20. CONCLUSIONS  Simply designed and developed the structure for pumping water using pendulum principle.  Getting continuous flow of water through pump.  Pumping of water can be done safely.  Easy for maintenance and hence less maintenance cost.  Children, adults as well as handicapped people can use this pump.
  21. 21. FUTURE SCOPE
  22. 22. J. Marjanovic ., (2010), “Angular Momentum, Parametric Oscillator and Over Unity” , Veljko Milkovic Research and Development Centre, Novi Sad, Serbia. J. Marjanovic., (2011), “The Secret of Free Energy Pendulum” , Veljko Milkovic Research and Development Centre, Novi Sad, Serbia. N. Simin., (2007), “Free Energy of the Oscillating Pendulum-Lever System” , Novi Sad, Serbia. J. Longenecker, C. Claassen, P. Govey., (2006), “Mahadaga Pump Project: Durability Testing and Redesign of a Handicap Accessible Pump for Irrigation” , West Africa. BIBLIOGRAPHY:
  23. 23. J. Shiglay, C. Mischik, R. Budynas, K. Nisbett., “Mechanical Engineering Design”. Milkovic. V. (1949). Delivering instruction on the World Wide Web. Retrieved on December 17, 2014 from http:// www.veljkomilkovic.com/O_VeljkuEng.html. www.wateraid.org/technologies.
  24. 24. THANK YOU

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