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Design and Development of Fixture for Fixing

Bearing in a Crank-Case
Team Members : Jignesh Katarmal Guide : Rajdeepsinh Vaghela
Manan Patel
Jevin Dalsaniya
Kaumil Shah

Atmiya Institute Of Technology and Science

AIM Features Analysis done on the Crank-Case for its maximum
withstanding load
To Design a Fixture which reduces the time for fixing the • The Bush is designed to hold lubricating fluid between
Bearings and Increases the accuracy of fitting without guide rod and itself. Also oil seal is fixed with it so as to
occurrence of any failure. hold the oil inside the bush and to supply only sufficient
amount of oil.
• Distance pieces are used so that the pusher used for
holding and fixing bearings dose not move deeper in the
The objective of this project or design is as follows: crank-case.
• To press multiple bearing inside crank-case. • Ball-Catcher are used in the pushers to hold the
bearings tightly and release them when fixed.
• To maintain stability of crank-case while pressing the
Labeled Assembly
• To maintain accuracy and precision while pressing
bearing inside the crank-case.

Problem Identification

By our observation in the industry we observed following


• We observed in the industry that fixing of bearings

inside the crank-case was a tedious job.
• It was done manually by pressing via hands and
hammers which was not much accurate. • Decreases the wastage of time for fixing Bearing in the
• Also it was very time consuming job.
• Reduces the occurrence of failure in Bearings.
• While fixing the bearing they were getting damaged and 01: Crank-Case 12: Pusher
also after fixing its working was affected. 03: Bearing 16: Distance Piece • For every change in the Crank-Case there is no need of
06: Resting Plate 18: Lower Collar changing the whole fixture, only pusher plate is required
07: Lower Base Plate 19: Upper Collar to be changed.
Literature Review
08: Guide Rods 20: Ram Clamper
10: Upper Base Plate 21: Stopper Frame
Author Title Description Year
Shailesh Design of • In machining 2006 Construction
S.Pachbhai, Fixtures fixtures,
minimizing work
• The base plate is fixed on the press via nuts and bolts.
Laukik P. piece deformation
• The resting plate is fixed temporarily on the base plate
Raut due to clamping
via pins.
and cutting forces
• The rods are fitted into the base plate via fasteners.
is essential to
• The crankcase is fitted temporarily on the base plate via
maintain the
dowel pins.
• The distance pieces are glued on the base plate at the
Felser j. Bearing • A hand operated 2009 • The bushes are placed on the rods after oiling them.
Removal fixture adapted to • Oil seal is attached at the base of bush.
Fixture remove bushings • The upper base is attached to the bushes via press fit.
or bearing press • Upper Resting plate is attached to upper base via strong
fitted into a pins.
• Pushers are attached to resting plate at exact locations References
bearing support
marked on it.
without the • Ram clamper is fastened on upper base in the middle Books Referred
removal of the portion.
shaft from its • Frame is pinned above the rods at the corners. • Jig and Fixture Design, by-Edward Hoffman.
normal running • Basic Fixture Design, by-Paul Campbell.
Crank-Case Used
Mckown, Holding • A holding fixing is 2012 Search references
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Results For Power Parameters

OL2381 Transmitter & Results on GUI

Program Processing Flow

Current consumed by Two Different Appliances

Power Supply Schematic and Voltage & Current

Sensing Solution


RTOS Functionality
Validation of results
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portCHAR *)"MAIN", Load Parame Multim CRO(V CRO(Vr Theoret
MAIN_TASK_STK_SIZE, (void *) NULL, ter eter(v) pp) ms) ical (v)
Voltage 0.876 2.2 0.778 0.96
AppsStart – Pointer to function that 200W Current 0.058 0.18 0.063 0.060
implement the task. Without
“MAIN” -- A descriptive name of task. Gain
Current 0.568 1.6 0.565 0.60
priority assign to task. With
&pAppStartHandle-Handle for given Gain
task when it is created. 50W Current 0.025 0.047 0.0167 0.0228
Power Parameters Without
RMS Values of voltage & current Current 0.208 0.7473 0.265 0.228
Active, Reactive and Apparent
Power Factor Gain