IJMTES – DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF 70 TONS BRAKE PAD CURE PRESS MACHINE

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : M.Srinivasan | N.Santhoshkumar | S.Sathish | G.Yuvaraj | M.Vignesh  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 84-86

Abstract – The goal of structure optimization is to decrease total mass of hydraulic press while   assuring adequate stiffness.  Show that the process the multiply operation (preforming, curing)   act in the single   stroke. In this previous stage of hydraulic   brake pad machinemanufacturing having column type. Only 4 size of brakepad   are manufactured by using single machinewith single power pack. But in this type of hydraulic brakepad manufacturing is a single power pack with There are totally 8 pillars and 4 machines. The each machine having a 2pillar. There are totally 12 size of brakepad are manufactured. It is Research & Development process. In this method to increase the production rate, less power consumption, high efficiency and low of cost. The machine was tested for performance  parameters of the design included the maximum load (100kN), the distance the load resistance has  to  move piston stroke, 450 mm ,  the  system  pressure,  the  cylinder  area (piston diameter 210 mm) and the volume flow rate of the working fluid.

KeywordsSingle Stroke, Single Powerpack Assembly 

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