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Title: Design of an automated assembely stand for assembly-disassembly of aircraft wheel
Authors: Rizvi, Zoya
Ansari, Armaan (11ME08)
Dabir, Altamash (12ME82)
Khan, Sufiyan (11ME33)
Shaikh, Ijaz (11ME54)
Keywords: Project Report - ME
Issue Date: May-2015
Publisher: AIKTC
Abstract: As No. of Airlines has been formed, Competitiveness has been increased. All these Airlines use some of the methods for assembling the wheel of the Aircraft. This Assembly requires manpower and Human effort to a larger extent and this leads to problems for human beings like Back and neck problems. So we have found out a method to reduce man power by designing a fixture which could be rotated and aligned in any position (Automation).This also increases efficiency and saves time per assembly. A typical A-310 aircraft consists of 8 main wheels and 2 nose wheels. Currently 3 Service Engineers (S.E) are required to assemble the main wheel of the airbus. We hope to change the method of assembly of the wheel, so as to improve efficiency and to reduce the actual working time. As a result, we hope to change the current manual method of assembly of the wheel, so as to improve efficiency and to reduce the actual working time. As a result we hope to increase the total number of assemblies from the current capacity of 6 assemblies per shift to 12 assemblies per shift. Hence, as result a huge chunk of time will be saved in assembly and also manpower will be reduced.
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