Design of Hydraulics, Pneumatics & Lubrication System - IMTMA/D012

Programme Background

Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Coolants & Lubrication systems plays an important role in the trouble free operation of a mechanical system and finds a variety of applications in the manufacturing industry. The demand for faster production, better quality at lower cost, reduced waste with energy efficient devices necessitates the need for right selection of Hydraulic and Pneumatic elements coupled with effective coolant and lubrication system. While Hydraulics and Pneumatics are capable of delivering high power, the Lubrication & Coolant system helps in achieving the optimum parameters required in a production process. The various elements in these systems should be properly integrated and automated for consistent repeatability and most importantly must be maintenance free. The designers must be familiar with the performance characteristics of the individual elements that constitute the Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Coolants & Lubrication system.

Focus Areas
  1. Review of principles of fluidic engineering
  2. Selection of the right type of system for the application -Hydraulic vs Pneumatics
  3. Construction & working principle of hydraulic and pneumatic elements
  4. Qualifying operative sequence and interface for effective system design
  5. System design process and parameters/ limitation of elements to be considered.
  6. Exposure to fluid properties, considerations & care
  7. Selection of the suitable lubrication system for the application and its design.
  8. Case study on circuit design
  9. Open discussion on practical problems faced in industry.

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