Manufacturing process and Economical study to setup a plant for a "Power-take-off" Mechanism from an Industrial Vehicle
Tutor / director / evaluatorBuj Corral, Irene
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
In an era where most of the human labor is being substituted by an automatic system, there is a high demand in each sector of the business to get the requirements of the situations. This includes providing power sources for the use of machineries in remote areas where there is no other means of accessible power supply. The idea of using an automobile engine for these purposes emerges here. But this also necessitates the use of a Powertake- off mechanism that will help us connect the required machinery with the car engine. This project is intended to carry out the manufacturing process and its related economical study required in realizing an already designed "Power-take-Off" mechanism from an Industrial Vehicle. As an initial stage a preliminary market analysis is carried out to determine the number of products expected to be sold per year. The second phase is to carry out the manufacturing process of 10 of its parts along with their drawings on the respective machining center. Those manufacturing process sheets will also be used as a guideline for the operator while carrying out the machining operations. As a third step the machining parameters needed to be calculated for each part and each operation are calculated to be used as a tool in selecting the type of machines and the number of workers required for the center. The fourth and the last phase will include the economical study required to set up the machining center so that it will operate in an efficient and profitable conditions.
SubjectsEngines -- Industries power supply, Manufacturing processes -- Mechanization, Manufactures -- Automatització, Producció -- Aspectes econòmics, Motors -- Fonts d'energia
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