An Analysis on Deviation of Sectional Dimensions during Production of Rail


Authors : Nuresh Kumar Khunte; Rahul Mishra

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6433873

Rail plays a highly significant part in the economic well-being of India. Rail is traditionally strong in transporting heavy and bulk commodities. Rail is one of the very important product of SAIL, Bhilai Steel Plant. In my work of “Analysis on Deviation of Section Dimension during production of Rail.” The though study of Rail production techniques in Rail and Structural mill of BSP was discussed. I have concentrated my research area on the different problem regarding dimension variation of Height, Flange and Webof Rail. In my work I have concentrated mainly on the effect of manufacturing process in section dimension variation and its deviation, I have taken my work to the solution level, how the problem of sectional dimensional deviation occurs and further more how these will be encountered, I have studied the pattern of variation in dimension and calculated the standard deviation and process capability. In this project the description of rail drawing, standard shape of Rail, Rail dimension analysis during periods with diagram and a proper statistical method to study the problem during production of Rail are given. This analysis will help in improving the process by minimizing deviation in dimensions during rail rolling.

Keywords : BSP-Bhilai Steel Plant, KPP-Key Performance Factor, PPES-Personal Protection Equipment System.

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