Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is regarded as one of the disciplines of core engineering and deals with the entire gamut of mechanical systems. Analysis, design, manufacture as well as maintenance of these systems come under the purvey of mechanical engineering too. Use of heat and power are the characteristics of this discipline also regarded as one of the most ancient forms of engineering that has remained relevant for centuries despite the ascendant and progress of new age engineering disciplines. However, mechanical engineering has advanced quite a bit from the older days with the inclusion of nanotechnology, mechatronics, and composites today. While mechanical engineering has given rise to several branches that are regarded as separate disciplines at present, the basic form of mechanical engineering continues to make use of the following

Thermal, Mechanical & System Design of Engine/Turbine Waste Heat Recovery Boilers, Waste Heat Recovery Thermic Fluid Heaters, Hot Water Generator, Air Preheater etc

The design and transformation of heat energy via an engine, turbine or boiler is still considered to be a the responsibility of a mechanical engineer in spite of professionals dealing with the branch of thermodynamics that overlaps with this aspect. Conversion of heat energy into kinetic energy remains the basic principle behind the mechanical work here. The heat recovery is measured by units of WHRU where the heat is obtained from fluid heaters and water by a variety of cooling processes.

Thermal, Mechanical & System Design of Solid fuel/Oil /Gas Fired Boilers, Thermic Fluid Heaters, Hot Water Generator, Air Preheater etc

Designing and manufacturing as well as maintenance of boilers that can convert heat energy successfully into mechanical power used to run several systems and appliances is also an important part of this discipline of engineering. Various types of fuels are utilized by the boilers to heat up water or other fluids for energy production. The design differs according to the fuel used but the underlying mechanism remains unchanged.

Design of Pressure Vessels, Heat Exchanger, Storage tanks Equipments as per relevant applicable codes and standards (ASME,API,BS,IS Etc)

The designing of pressure vessels is risk prone and needs to be done strictly according to the standard regulations due to the differential pressures of the liquids or gases present within it. A heat exchanger, on the other hand, is a piece of equipment required to transfer heat between various mediums. It requires mechanical engineering skills to design and operate it effectively too.

Preparation of Equipment drawing for fabrication As well as Drawings for IBR and other statutory Approval

These drawings are complex technical drawings that includes material standards, weldings, and stress & heat details.



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