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WEEKLY JOB UPDATE : 14TH JULY 2019


Hello Members,

We will post job update weekly i.e on every Sunday.If you are looking for a job or looking for a job change then apply for the following jobs as soon as possible as few positions are open on urgent basis.Apply with your updated resume and write job profile in subject of the mail.Also,give a brief introduction about your qualification and experience in the body of mail.Do not send the mail by simply attaching your resume.

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JOB #1
Company-Innomatec India
Location- Pune
Qualification-Diploma(Mech), BE/B.Tech(Mechanical Engineering)
Role and Responsibility:
  • Work hands on to build leak testing machines and installation of leak testing machines and other products of the company at customer locations in India
  • (Working hands on includes carrying out operations such as drilling, tapping, cutting, fitting etc)
  • Servicing and troubleshooting of Innomatec leak test machines at customer locations
  • Assisting in installation of leak testing machines and other products at customer locations in India
  • Keeping the workshop clean and tidy
More Details- https://www.innomatec.com/jobs


JOB #2
Company-CADWORKS INDIA Pvt Ltd
Profile:GET/DET -(CAD)FRESHER.
Location- Noida
Qualification-B-Tech(ME/CIVIL/PETROLEUM/EE/EEE) FRESHERS, Diploma (ME/CIVIL/PETROLEUM) FRESHERS.
Role and Responsibility:
  • to study the blueprint provided and work accordingly.
  • analyze the provided data.
  • assist the team in achieving the target.
  • should be focused on the task provided
  • Need to digitize the given data with the help of the digitizing & designing Software.
Send resume on- career@cadworksindia.com
More info-https://www.cadworksindia.com/career.html

JOB #3
Urgent Job opportunity : Design Engineer/Project Engineer 
Location : Product based company, Bangalore. 
Requirements : 2.5 to 4 yrs Hands on experience in Catia, Fides or UG software's. 
Must Have experience in BIW welding fixture design. Immediate 
Joining or with 1 to 2 month notice period.

Please share your updated resume to Yogita@neutrinossolutions.com

 
 JOB #4
Vacancy for Design Engineer. 
Qualification : DME / B.E Mechanical 
Location : Nasik 
Exp : 2 to 3 years. Job 
Description : 
1) Knowledge of designing SPM, Jigs , fixtures & checking Gauge. 
2) Knowledge of Engineering & GD & T drawings. 
3) Thorough Knowledge of CAD software UG/ NX / CATIA . Part modelling/ surface modelling / Assembly Design/ 2D Drafting. 
4) Autocad for 2 D drafting must be essential. 
5) Good communication verbal and written and presentation skill. 
 
Call : 8623082335 /0253-6630186 
MAil :avinet.jobs@gmail.com
 

 JOB #5
 Looking for 1 year experienced freelancers trainers to provide training in a college for a month. 
 
We required the following technology:- 
1. Mechanical CAD 
2. Revit Architecture 
3. Java 
4. C# 
5. Python with machine learning 
6. IOT 
7. Automation ( PLC/SCADA) 
 
We required the above trainer on very urgent basis. If anyone interested then comment your contact details or you can call me on the following contact detail:- 9729742020, 9125057007 


 JOB #6
Company-RADIANT HEAT EXCHANGER PVT. LTD.
Profile- Proposal Engineer
Preferable exp. 4 to 5 years
Qualification- B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Responsibility:
  • Ability to do thermal and mechanical design in HTFS and HTRI software, prepare technical and commercial offers, handle tenders like EIL. IOCL etc, ability to review and understand customer specs.
  • Knowledge of ASME, TEMA and other heat exchanger related standards, costing of equipment would be an added advantage
Send resume on careers@radiantengineers.com
More information-http://www.radiantengineers.com/careers/
 
 JOB #7
Company-Skkato india pvt ltd
Profile- Quality Engineer
Location-Rudrapur
Qualification-Diploma(Auto, Mech) 
Exp-0 to 3 Yrs

Responsibilities :-
  • Quality control
  • Quality inspection
  • customer handling regarding quality issues 
Send resume on-info@skkato.com
More info-http://skkato.com/
  

TECHNICAL TERMS OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING !!


1.)ACKERMAN PRINCIPLE – Steering geometry in which the outer ends of the steering arms are bend slightly inward so that when the vehicle is making a turn, inside wheel will turn more sharply than the outer wheel.This principle produces toe out on turns.

2.)AIR BLEEDER – A device used to remove air from a hydraulic system.Types include a needle valve, capillary tubing to the reservoir, and a bleed plug.

3.)ASPECT RATIO– The ratio of the width to the length. On tyres, it is the fully inflated height divided by the cross section.

4.)BODY ROLL – The vehicle body leaning sideways as the vehicle turns

5.)DAMPERS– are nothing but a piston in a cylinder filled with oil or gas.The damper restrains undesirable bounce of the sprung vehicle mass and restrains the wheel assembly from loosing ground contact by being excited at its natural frequency.

6.)DEAD AXLE – Axle that does not rotate or deliver power but merely forms a base upon which wheels may be mounted.

7.)FLOATING CALIPER DISC BRAKES – Disc brakes using a caliper mounted through rubber bushings which permit the caliper to float, or move, when the brakes are applied.

8.)MASTER CYLINDER– The liquid filled cylinder in the hydraulic braking system where hydraulic pressure is developed by depression of the brake pedal or movement of the brake lever.

9.)OVER STEER – The tendency of a vehicle to turn sharper than the turn selected by the driver.

10.)PROPELLER SHAFT – A shaft in the power train that extends from the transmission to the differential and transmits power from one to the other.

KNOW WHY CONSTRUCTION MACHINES ARE PAINTED YELLOW IN COLOUR !!


You might have noticed that most of the construction machines are yellow in colour. We will discuss the reason for this in this article.


Warning signs are frequently yellow, yellow/black striped, or red. And additional to that, yellow is quite a bright and noticeable colour that doesn't usually appear elsewhere in our modern world, so is immediately easily noticed. So, in short yellow is the colour that gets noticed by everyone easily.



On the construction site, man and machine are working side-by-side and close together. For this reason, every construction machine must be as salient and noticeable as possible in order to be visible and to avoid accidents.


Therefore, excavators, cranes, coaters and therelike are painted in the most conspicuous colors, such as yellow, red, orange or another warning color, so that they stand out from the dust, the ground and the other colors on a construction area or roadworks. After all, it would be fatal if a construction worker could not see a construction machine coming.


However, the exact color depends on several factors. First of all, the color of the construction machines often depends on the respective company or the manufacturer of the equipment. For example, some companies are painting their machines as a recognition symbol rather yellow, others red. Partially, however, the colors are also regulated by law.

KNOW WHY FIRING ORDER IS 1-4-3-2 , RATHER THAN 1-2-3-4 !!


Every engine cylinder must fire once in every cycle. This requires that for a four-stroke four cylinder engine the ignition system must fire for every 180 degrees of crank rotation. For a six cylinder engine the time available is only 120 degrees of crank rotation. The order in which various cylinders of a multi cylinder engine fire is called the firing order. The number of possibilities of firing order depends upon the number of cylinders and throws of the crankshaft.

Let us see firing order of various engine configurations:

For 4-Cylinder engines the possible firing orders are: 1-3-4-2 or 1-2-4-3

For 3 Cylinder engine 1-3-2

8 Cylinder in-line engine 1-6-2-5-8-3-7-4

For a 6-Cylinder engine firing orders can be: 1-5-3-6-2-4 or 1-5-4-6-2-3


You might be wondering why firing order is not in sequence.Why for a four stroke engine firing order is 1-3-4-2 rather than 1-2-3-4 ? We will discuss about factors on which firing order depends in this article.


Following factors must be considered before deciding the optimum firing order of an engine. These are:

(i) Engine vibrations

(ii) Engine cooling


Consider that the cylinder number 1 of the four-cylinder engine, is fired first. A pressure generated in the cylinder number 1 will give rise to a force on the bearings. If the next cylinder fired is cylinder number 2, this imbalance in load on the two bearings would further aggravate the problem of balancing of the crankshaft vibrations & would result in severe engine vibrations. If we fire cylinder number 3 after cylinder number 1, the load may be more or less evenly distributed as cylinder 3 is far from cylinder 1 so vibrations will be distributed evenly due to symmetry of engine.

Further, consider the effect of firing sequence on engine cooling. When the first cylinder is fired its temperature increases. If the next cylinder that fires is number 2, the portion of the engine between the cylinder number 1 and 2 gets overheated.This results in uneven heating as half engine is heated.If we fire cylinder 3 after cylinder 1 then this results in equal heating of the engine which reduces thermal stress and aids in efficient cooling.


KNOW THE MEANING OF CROSS MARK AT THE END OF BOGGIE OF TRAIN !!


You might have noticed a mark X on the last bogie of a train once in a life. According to a rule, now every train must have this mark on its last bogie. Also, observe the board with letters LV written on it beside the letter X and a red light below the letter X.But do you know what that means? We will discuss about this X mark in this article.

  • It indicates that wagon consisting of this letter X is the last wagon of the train.
  • The Letter “X” is used during morning whereas Red light below it is used to indicate during night.
  • If the last wagon of the train doesn’t contain this symbol, then it indicates that the train is in trouble and also it can be known that train is running without some wagons.
  • It can easily alert the railway officials so that they can save from the accident.
  • In addition, a small board with ‘LV’ (black on yellow) is often attached to the rear of the vehicle (it stands for Last Vehicle).


There are some cases where a last vehicle indication is not required — for instance, when the number of coaches or wagons in a train can be passed on to each block section after verification from the previous block section at the time the line clear indication is obtained (and with exchange of private numbers). The information is also provided to the section controllers. In some cases when working entirely within one block section, an 'LV' sign is not needed if the number of coaches or wagons is communicated by telephone to the next station.


KNOW WHAT YELLOW OR WHITE STRIPS ON COACHES OF INDIAN RAILWAY MEAN !!


On 16 April, 1853, Indian Railways started its services and the first train travelled at a distance of 33 km from Mumbai to Thane. While travelling through train, you may have seen coloured coaches and different coloured stripes on the train coaches such as yellow or white etc. Have you ever thought why these coloured stripes are given to some of the train coaches, what does it mean? Let us study through this article about the stripes and about the colour coaches & their significance.

On the blue ICF coach, the lines or stripes of yellow or white colour are placed on top of the window at the end of the coach, which is actually used to separate the coach from another coach. These lines indicate the unreserved coach of the second class. When a train arrives at the station, there are many people who are confused about the General Bogie, but by looking these yellow stripes, people can easily understand that this is the General Coach. Coach with white strip shows reservation class.



Similarly, the yellow stripes on blue / red are used for the handicapped and sick people. Similarly, green stripes on the grey indicate that the coach is for women only. These colour patterns are included only for the new Auto Door Closing EMU in Mumbai, Western Railway.Similarly, the red colour stripe indicates the first-class coach.



KNOW WHY TURBOCHARGERS ARE MOSTLY USED IN DIESEL ENGINE !


Turbochargers are rarely used with petrol engines but mostly used in diesel engines.We will discuss the reason behind this in this article.

A turbo charger is a device which uses exhaust heat from an Engine to get more air into the Cylinder during Induction stroke.More air translates to increased ability to burn more fuel which in turn increases the Power output (brake horse power) of the Engine.Turbocharging is common in modern car and truck Diesel engines to produce higher power outputs, lower emissions levels, and improved efficiency from a similar capacity of engine. Turbo-Diesels in automobiles offer a higher refinement level than their naturally aspirated counterparts.





Basically turbocharger compresses the air and forces into the engine cylinder so in short, we are putting more air into cylinder which results in more power.Compression of air by TURBOCHARGER INCREASES THE PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE INSIDE THE CYLINDER.

Now, let us take the case of Diesel Engine:

Diesel as a fuel is not as combustible as petrol. The air-fuel mixture inside the cylinder should be at higher pressures for effective combustion of diesel. To withstand higher combustion pressures a diesel engine is built with strong, heavy parts.So,heavier parts can withstand higher pressure generated by turbocharger.Also,the heavier components of a diesel engine cannot rotate at higher RPMs.Lesser RPM means lesser air intake into combustion chambers. Hence a turbo charger helps a diesel engine to get more air into the combustion chamber.

Now come to Petrol Engine:

Petrol is more combustible than diesel and hence at lower pressures combustion can take place.If we add turbocharger to petrol engine then rise in pressure inside the engine cylinder may lead to problem of knocking.Also the parts of petrol engine is lighter than diesel engine so they may not withstand the pressure rise inside the engine cylinder.These are the reasons why turbochargers are not used with petrol engines. 


Also read:

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KNOCKING AND DETONATION EXPLAINED !!