Static Analysis of Pokayoke for Stud and Push Rod Holes Present on Cylinder Head
Upendra Sharan Gupta, Sanjay Nainani, Raman Hora, Parivesh Saxena, Shubham Patel, Shubham Rathoure "Static Analysis of Pokayoke for Stud and Push Rod Holes Present on Cylinder Head", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V46(9),483-486 April 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
The design ensures that the stud and pushrod holes on the cylinder head are present, are properly aligned as well as checks whether these holes are of proper diameter or not before it undergoes further process. The design decreases human work, increases efficiency and precision thus decreases the probability it will cause problem while engine assembly. The design was tested on some cylinder head and the probability of error came to an almost zero. Analysis of this machine fetched the result that even in case of failure i.e. the holes on face of head are not perfect there will be no major damages on any part.
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pokayoke, cylinder head, cylinder block, failure analysis, static analysis.