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Consultancy Cell

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, established in 1983 with a motto of imparting quality technical education to the deserving youth in western Maharashtra. The department of Mechanical engineering started in 1987 in the institute. Since then the department has been producing excellent technical graduates and post graduates. We believe that good industry relations and ties with the institute are extremely essential for mutual growth. The department has had good industry-academia relations and to further strengthen it, we are providing a consultancy cell to share our expertise with the Industry. The department has various testing, simulation facilities in various fields which can be of help to the industries.

The department has excellent laboratories which can offer consultancy in respective fields.

The department has following labs which can offer services to the industries.

    • Experimental Stress Analysis Lab
    • Vibration Lab
    • Tribology Lab
    • Foundry and Material Science Lab
    • CAD/CAM/CAE Lab

The labs are well equipped with latest equipment and software needed and experienced professors in respective fields can offer their expertise.

Experimental Stress Analysis Lab

List of Equipments

Sr.No

Name of the Instrument

Use of Equipment

1

Transmission Polariscope for 2D and 3D stress analysis

  • Stress strain analysis of any machine component can be carried out.
  • Stress concentrations/failure analysis can be performed.
  • During product design stage the experimental approach can be used to assess stress and strain.

2

Reflection  Polariscope for 2D surface stress analysis

3

Strain indicator for stress analysis using strain gage technique

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Reflection Polariscope

Highlights:

  • Instant identification of stress concentrations and zero stressed areas
  • Instant identification of principle stresses directions
  • Quantitative measurement of stress and strain at any point on the coated structure
  • Validation of any Finite Element Analysis or any Computer Aided Design
  • Weight reduction optimization – achieving maximum strength with minimum weight
  • Crack detection
  • Stress analysis on weldments and castings

Vibration Lab

List of Equipments

Sr.No

Name of the Instrument

Make 

Use of Equipment

1.

Power Oscillator

Syscon Instruments Pvt. Ltd. Plot no 66 Banglore

 

To excite the structure for finding natural frequency.

2.

Exciter

Syscon Instruments Pvt. Ltd. Plot no 66 Banglore

3.

FFT Analyzer with Accessories (Old)

AIMIL Ltd. Malhotra house Mumbai-400001

To determine amplitude, natural frequency experimentally of any component by using accelerometer & impact hammer.

4.

Vibration Meter

AIMIL Ltd. Malhotra house A8 New Delhi-110044

To measure the vibration in terms of Acceleration, velocity & Displacement of machine component

6.

Sound Level Meter

AIMIL Ltd. Malhotra house A8 New Delhi-110044

To measure SPL of M/C in decibel.

7.

FFT Analyzer with Accessories (new)

Bruel & Bjaer sound & Vibration measurement A/S 307 DENMARK

To determine amplitude, natural frequency experimentally of any component by using accelerometer & impact hammer.

8.

Modular compact Rheometer (MCR 52) with ER attachment

Anton Parr (I) Ltd. Mumbai

To measure

  • Viscosity of liquids, semi solids as a function of shear rate, temperature and stress.
  • Modulus of semi solids as a function of strain, temperature and stress.
  • Compliance of viscoelastic like polymers, polymer composites.
  • Curing time of thermoset resins and epoxies.
  • Creep & recovery of polymers melts and elastomers.
  • Extensional viscosity of thin films.
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FFT Analyser Modular compact Rheometer (MCR 52) with ER attachment

 Tribology Lab

List of Equipments

Sr.No

Name of the Instrument

Date of purchase

Made by

Use of Equipment

1.

Pin on Disc Tribometer
with lubrication system

13th March 2014

 

Ducom Instruments, 477/A 4th  Phase, Peenya Industrial Area
Bangalore,Karnataka 560058.

It is widely used tribometer for evaluation of wear of metals, Ceramics, Composites Polymers, etc.
Conforms to ASTM G 99

2.

Abrasion Tester

13th March 2014

Used in evaluation of dry abrasion resistance of Metals, Ceramics, Polymers, Coatings, Composites.
Conforms to ASTM G 65

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Pin on Disc Tribometer withLubrication system Dry Abrasion Tester

Foundry and Material Science Lab

List of Equipments

Equipments

Use

Optical emission spectrometer

This equipment is useful to determine the elemental composition of

  1. Ferrous alloys
  2. Aluminium alloys
  3. Copper Alloys.

Image analyser system consisting of microscope, image acquisition camera, and image analysis software.

This equipment is useful for

  1. Examination of micro structure of ferrous & nonferrous metals
  2. To determine the phases present and their amount, grain structure
  3. To measure nodularity and inclusion count and check for porosity, measure amount of graphite flakes etc.

Rockwell Hardness Tester

To check the hardness of the material on different Rockwell scales.

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Optical Emission Spectrometer Image analyser system

CAD/CAM/CAE Lab

List of Equipments used in CAD/CAM Lab.

Sr.No.

Name of Equipment

01

PMT Slant bed C.N.C. Turning M/c Tool Turn A-160 with FANUC O-T. Control system.

02

MTAB - DENFORD STARMILL -ATC CNC Bench Milling with 3 Station ATC.

03

Electric Discharge Machine Model Leader 1 ZNC.

 

List of CAM Softwares used in CAD/CAM Lab. for C.N.C. Programming.

Sr. No.

Name of Software

Date of Purcahse

01

Denford Offline Software for Turning & Milling

06.09.1999

02

CNC Training Simulation Software

28.09.2010

 

Training facility available for CAD/CAM Courses:

  1. CATIA
  2. ANSYS
  3. HyperWorks (HyperMesh + Solver)
  4. Analysis and Customization (CATIA, NX-CAD, HyperMesh)
  5. NX CAD
  6. CFD
  7. Abaqus Simuie (Abacus, Fe-Sate, Tosco, Isight)
  8. CNC programming and simulation software.
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CNC Machine with FANUC O-T. Control system. Computer lab for CAD training

 

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Prof. C. A. Waghmare   Mo. 9970700817   E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Prof. B. R. Jadhav         Mo. 9970700743   E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Prof. Dr. S. D. Patil         Mo. 9970700875   E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.