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Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Mechanical Systems (PGDAMS)

Duration 3 months Eligibility Degree / Diploma (Mechanical engineers, Production engineers) PGDAM trans!orms Mechanical Engineers into Multi"s#illed $echnical Pro!essionals%
$his course is aimed at trans!orming Mechanical Engineers into Multi"s#illed $echnical Pro!essionals ha&ing hands on e'perience on &arious aspects o! most (idely used modern manu!acturing systems% The course is a unique blend of Mechanical systems, Instrumentation systems, Control sytems (PLC and SCADA), and ydraulic and Pnuematic systems! $he course content is de&eloped based on the strong demand !rom the industry !or multi"s#illed mechanical engineers% Generally college curriculum emphasi)es on theoretical aspects o! engineering sub*ects only% +or e&ery theory there is a practical side% At proli!ic (e impart training on the practical side% Ac,uiring practical #no(ledge enhances *ob opportunities and chances o! higher emoluments than a person (ithout practical side #no(ledge% A!ter completion o! the course, students (ill be !amiliar (ith modern mechanical e,uipment/systems employed in the industry and (ill ha&e strong demand !rom manu!acturing companies !or enhancing producti&ity and e!!iciency o! their plant operations% tudents (ill be pro&ided lucrati&e placement in &arious -EMs/ er&ice pro&iders and manu!acturing companies in &arious sectors% $hey (ill rise !ast in the hierarchy due to superior multi disciplinary s#ills% $hey can then mo&e abroad or shi!t into senior le&el positions in maintenance, production or ,uality !unctions o! &arious organi)ations% Thanks & Regards

!ounsellor Proli"ic Systems and Technologies Pvt #td An Altanmiya Group ($u%ait) !ompany &o'()* Ground +loor Madavana Panangad $ochi,-./ (*-

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!ourse Modules0

Pumps .entri!ugal .ompressor /eciprocating and cre( DG et Gear 0o'es +ans and 0lo(ers 0earings Alignment o! sha!ts $heory and practice 1ydraulic and Pneumatic systems Ad&anced Mechatronic ystems 2nstrumentation basics (PGDAMS) Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Mechanical Systems (PGDAMS) 9:T6 5 months; Rs' /. ***3, , paya<le in 5 instalments

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3 hours a day , Monday thro3 +riday ($imings4 0atch 5 4 56%36 am to 5%36 pm7 0atch 8 4 8%36 pm to 9%36 pm7 0atch 3 4 :%66 pm to ;%36 pm) <ee#"end batches are also a&ailable%

9e o""er Special discount on course "ee "or the "irst 2* enrollments'

Syllabus
Pumps
Defining pumping systems Most important characteristics of a pumping system Types of pumps Positive Displacement family tree asic !ifference "et#een Centrifugal an! PD pumps

$otary pumps Mar%et applications an! &election of Pumps Applications of PD pumps 'eneral gui!elines for pump selection Pump characteristics v(s mar%et applications Application ) *igh +iscosity, Lo# an! varia"le viscosity Application ) Lo# shear pumping, &oli!s han!ling capa"ility Application ) Multi-phase flo# Process Con!ition ) *igh pressure Process Con!ition ) Lo# flo#, Efficiency Process Con!ition- Com"ination of high pressure ( lo# flo# an! efficiency Process Con!ition - .lo# control Environmental system re/uirements Centrifugal Pump

asics0

Types 1Construction "ase!2 Construction of an impeller

Types of impellers an! #earing rings &eal cham"er an! stuffing "o3es A3ial thrust in single an! multi stage pumps0 *y!raulic "alancing !evices &hafts an! shaft sleeves earings

Couplings e!plates an! other pump supports

Defining &uction *ea! Capacity, 4nput horsepo#er, output horsepo#er, Efficiency Pressure *ea! v(s Pressure Effect of specific gravity on *ea! 5inetic energy &pecific gravity an! pump performance Effect of flui! velocity 'auge height correction 6hat is TD* an! T* Pump Performance parameters

*ea!-.lo# characteristics Po#er-.lo# characteristics Pump Efficiency Efficiency v(s .lo# Net Positive &uction *ea! 1NP&*2 an! its Characteristics NP&* an! Cavitation Cavitation process Cavitation !amage Preferre! operating range of a centrifugal pump Allo#a"le operating range Pump characteristic curves Effect of $PM &ystem curves &ystem *ea! Energy re/uirements to lift the flui! Po#er re/uire! to lift the flui! &ources of .riction Parameters influencing frictional losses &tan!ar! Pipe *ea! Loss Ta"les Calculating frictional losses .rictional loss coefficients Pipe lengths an! associate! *ea!s

Types of &ystem Curves &ystem Curve ) No control valve &ystem Curve ) 6ith control valve Parallel pumps Parallel pumping system Parallel pumping system ) Lo# friction Parallel pumping ) Mismatche! pumps &eries pumping Pump vi"ration Ne# generation pump e3ample *o# pumps get !amage! ) 10 6ays Monitoring an! Pre!icting Centrifugal Pump performance 4f the pump !oes not !eliver enough #ater 4f the pump !oes not !eliver enough pressure 4f the pump !oes not prime properly 4f the pump is !ra#ing too much amperage Monitoring 6et en! of the pump Monitoring &tuffing "o3 an! &eal area Monitoring earing case Pre!icting pump performance Preventive maintenance Preventing "earing an! seal failures

'oo! maintenance practices for seals an! "earings $ecommen!e! !aily preventive maintenance chec%s for centrifugal pumps an! !rives $ecommen!e! monthly an! 7 monthly preventive maintenance chec%s for centrifugal pumps an! !rives $ecommen!e! yearly preventive maintenance chec%s for centrifugal pumps an! !rives Trou"le shooting of centrifugal pumps The pump is hoo%e! up to the piping an! it is running The pump is still hoo%e! up to the piping, "ut it is not running The pump has "een ta%en into the #or%shop, "ut has not yet "een !isassem"le! an! you #ill "e present at the !isassem"ly The pump has "een !isassem"le!0 8ou #ere not present, "ut the parts are availa"le for your inspection Trou"leshooting four possi"ilities of ru" or #ear mar%s Centrifugal pumps ) Trou"leshooting gui!e Trou"le shooting of $eciprocating Pumps Pump storage tips Alignments Techni/ues 6hat is coupling alignment9 Types of coupling Co-linearity Types of Misalignment :ffset, or Parallel Angular Measurement Conventions Pre-alignment &teps Alignment Tolerances

Thermal 'ro#th Targets Not correcting for soft foot Not roughing in ;sage of shims Not controlling "ac%lash or un#ante! movement 4ncorrect se/uence of moves < steps of alignment Angular misalignment in the +ertical Plane Parallel :ffset in the +ertical Plane Angular misalignment in the *ori=ontal Plane Parallel :ffset in the *ori=ontal Plane Things to #atch if alignment still !oes not happen A fe# helpful tips Pump mounting .oun!ations *ouse%eeping pa!s 4nertia "ases ase plate selection .oun!ation preparation ase plate installation

'routing Pump an! Motor 4nstallation Pipe 4nstallation Pipe strain

*o# to start a pump Pump rotation Motor &olo Couplings :ther &tartup Consi!erations Pump &tart up .inal +i"ration Acceptance Chec%list

Compressors
> gol!en rules of Compresse! Air usage Compresse! air system ) &upply si!e an! Deman! si!e Compresse! air ) :ne of the most e3pensive utilities on the shop floor 4nappropriate use of compresse! air :pen "lo#ing &parging, Aspirating, Atomi=ing Pa!!ing +acuum generation *an! "lo#ing ;nregulate! En! use A"an!one! e/uipment Potential for energy saving :vervie# of su"-systems an! su"-components of a compressor system 4nta%e Air .ilters

Compresse! Air .ilters 6hy compressor cooling is re/uire! 4nter stage coolers After coolers &eparators 6hy air !rying is essential Air Dryers Deli/uescent air !ryers $efrigerate! Air Dryers Moisture !rain traps Air receiver Lu"rication *eat recovery Air !istri"ution system Types of compressors Choice of compressors $eciprocating compressor &ingle acting air coole! Dou"le acting #ater coole! $otary compressor &ingle stage

? stage

&cre# Compressors Lu"ricant in@ecte! :il free Centrifugal air compressors

Compressor Prime Movers Comparison of compressors Capacity of a compressor Calculating compressor efficiency 4sothermal efficiency +olumetric efficiency Lea%s Defining an! Auantifying lea%age ho# to calculate lea%age Cost of lea%age Lea% !etection ;ltrasonic lea% !etection *o# to stop lea%s Compresse! air system performance opportunity roa!map Air /uality Air /uantity Loa! profile &ystem pressure

Pressure !rop an! controlling system pressure 6hat causes pressure !rop 9 Minimi=ing pressure !rop Measurements necessary for pressure profiling a compresse! air system &ta"ili=ing system pressure 4mportance of Primary an! &econ!ary &torage De!icate! compressors Control strategy Matching Deman! an! &upply &ystem controls Multiple compressor controls Pressure(.lo# controllers +aria"le loa!s Ensuring efficiency of compresse! air en!-use applications *eat recovery an! compresse! air systems Air coole!, rotary scre# compressors 6ater coole! compressors Calculating cost of compresse! po#er The B step action plan to analyse an! improve compresse! air system Tools nee!e! for monitoring an! "ase-lining compresse! air system ;sing Po#er, Pressure, an! .lo# to "ase-line &ystem Performance an! Energy Consumption Maintaining air compressors

Lu"rication Cleaning elts

Air treatment e/uipment Automatic traps Point-of-use filters, regulators, lu"ricators &hutting !o#n for maintenance $outine maintenance practices for various perio!ic fre/uency Energy saving i!eas for compressor air system Energy saving concept ) ;sage of +.D $ea!ing nomenclature of compressors Types of valves Plate type .inger type Loa!ing an! ;nloa!ing characteristics of compressors Types of unloa!ing !evices Types of Drainage systems Mounting *ori=ontal +ertical Type of lu"rication &oft :utsi!e Non lu"ricate! compressor .oun!ation Con!ition monitoring Temp analysis +i"ration analysis Alignment analysis ) a3ial an! ra!ial 1laser "ase!2

Preventive ( Pre!ictive maintenance rea%!o#n maintenance Trou"le shooting Chec%list

Gear Box Systems


Type of gear "o3 &election of gear "o3es Comparison of gears an! their applications 4nstallation gear "o3 system Alignment ac% lash 1use of filler gaugaes2

&tarting of gear "o3 system Analysing gear "o3 failure Lu"rication #ith various oils Maintenance sche!ules of gear "o3es Con!ition monitoring earing temp +i"ration ac% lash chec%ing Amps current to chec% loa! on the motor Thermography

Industrial Fans and Blowers


Types of in!ustrial fans an! "lo#ers Comparison an! their applications &election criteria .an system characteristics .an performance evaluation Air flo# measurement an! calculation

Metho!s to re!uce air flo# Pre!ictive an! preventive maintenance Con!ition monitoring techni/ues

Bearings
Types of "earings &election of "earings earing nomenclature an! terminology

Types an! techni/ues use! for Mounting an! !ismounting of "earings 4n!ustrial practices for earing Care &afety !uring "earing mounting DoCs an! DonCts of "earing usage an! han!ling Lu"rication of "earings earing life cycle

Alignment theory and practice


6hy alignment 6hat is shaft alignment Types of couplings Types of misalignment &igns of misalignment Measuring misalignment Pre-alignment steps Alignment targets Alignment tolerances &oft foot ;sage of shims

Alignment of shafts Alignment of "elt !riven system $ules of thum" an! tips

D G Set
4ntro!uction 6hy Diesel 'enerator is re/uire! Type of !iesel generator Parts of !iesel generators &tarting proce!ure of a !iesel generator Pre-starting chec%s

*o# to start D' set After starting chec%s $unning parameters &topping Protection !evices &topping proce!ure for a D' set Trou"le !etection an! trou"le shooting 6hy maintenance routine is re/uire!0 Maintenance routine of !iesel generator set 4ll effects of un!er loa! running of a Diesel generator 'enerator glossary Preventive maintenance, shut !o#n maintenance of D' sets Con!ition monitoring of D' sets

Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems

Hydraulic systems
.un!amentals of hy!raulicsD asics of #ater an! oil hy!raulics *y!raulic system accessoriesD $eservoirs, filters, coolers, 4nstrumentation an! accumulators Principle construction an! #or%ing of components *y!raulic pumpsD Pump "asics, centrifugal E positive !isplacement pumps Pressure controlD relief, re!ucing, regulating valves .lo# controlD .C+, .lo# !ivi!ers, non-return valves ActuatorsD Linear actuators, hy!raulic motors, *y!raulic !rives0 Direction control valvesD Direct operate!, pilot operate! 4&: sym"ol, circuit !esign an! hy!raulic circuit rea!ing Performance evaluation an! testing of *y!raulic pumps, $elief E DC valves Principle of solenoi! valves 6or%ing principles of proportional valves an! servo valves 4ntro!uction of cartri!ge valves 1if re/uire!2 4nterpretation an! !iscussions of electro-hy!raulic circuits in plant machinery Mill hy!raulic systems Material han!ling system Proportional varia"le pump control system *y!raulic !rives E controls 'eneral trou"leshooting an! maintenance

Pneumatic systems
Theories of compresse! air :peration E function of air components Design E !ra#ing of air sym"ols &imulation of movement phases E function phases Dra#ing air circuits accor!ing to stan!ar!s

Pneumatic logic Dryers, air receivers Compressors Pneumatic actuators Air !istri"ution systems Directional valves .lo# valves Control systems #ith vacuum component .ault-fin!ing E trou"le shooting of compresse! air control circuits 'ui!elines for in!ustrial safety

Ad anced !echatronic systems


Programmable "ogic Controller #P"C$ % Allen Bradley P"C
4ntro!uction to 4n!ustrial Automation $ole of PLC in automation +arious systems use! in automation Comparison "et#een various automation system 4ntro!uction to PLC har!#are, Architectural Evolution of PLC, PLC .un!amentals - 1 loc% !iagram of PLCFs2, 4nformation a"out various PLC components Po#er supply, CP;, 4(: mo!ules an! Communication "us 4ntro!uction to Allen ra!ley PLC system +arious ranges availa"le in Allen ra!ley PLC system Detaile! information a"out the CP;s, 4(: mo!ules an! communication techni/ues use! in Allen ra!ley Connection of fiel! inputs to PLCs &ource an! &in% concepts in PLCs 4ntro!uction to $& Logi3 PLC Programming &(6 A!!ressing Concepts in A PLC 4ntro!uction to it yte an! 6or! Concept Concept of flags, &can cycle e3ecution +arious comman!s use! in PLC programming Programming instructions arithmetic an! logical Loa! (an! (or(out ( an! $ea! ( 6rite Compare ( A!! ( &u" (An! (:r ) loc%s Lea!ing e!ge ( trailing e!ge instructions

M:+E "loc% application Programming instructions arithmetic an! logical Timer loc%s programming Counter loc% programming .ile han!ling Comment functions ;ploa!, !o#nloa!, Monitoring of programs Programming instructions arithmetic an! logical A!vance! instructions Documenting the pro@ects .orcing 4(P E :(P, Monitoring ( Mo!ifying !ata ta"le values Trou"leshooting an! fault !iagnostics of PLC *ar!#are fault !etection $eplacing the faulty mo!ules .ault !etection using $& Logi3

SCADA So&tware
6hat is &CADA ( *M4 Applications of &CADA ( *M40 4nfo a"out lea!ing &CADA companies Types of &CADA pac%ages Licensing pattern Creating a ne# &CADA application !evelopment Creating Data"ase of Tags Creating 6in!o#s ( Mimic pages Creating an! E!iting graphic !isplay Animating the o"@ects Creating $eal-time an! *istorical Tren!s Creating Alarm an! Events 6riting scripts &ecurities Communication techni/ue use! #ith &CADA ( *M4 system Communication #ith har!#are 6or%ing :n Line ( :ff Line Trou"leshooting the application

Instrumentation basics
'eneral Purpose of instrumentation asic measurement concepts

Measurement Practices &ensors- 4n!uctive ( Capacitive, Pro3imity, ;ltrasonic 4ntro!uction to various sensors use! in the in!ustry 4ntro!uction to Temperature, Pressure an! .lo# measurement &election, 4nstallation an! Commissioning gui!elines Trou"leshooting an! Maintenance 'ui!elines

Inter iew techni'ues and communications s(ills de elopment