Prolific Systems & Technologies Private Limited Admission

Prolific Systems & Technologies Private Limited Admission

Plot No : A – 267, MIDC,
Near ESIS ( Kamgar ) Hospital,
Road No. 16 – A, Thane Industrial Estate,
Wagle Estate, Thane ( W ) – 400 604,
Phone No. : 022 – 61245006 / 09323073620,
Email : thane@prolifictraining.com,
Website : www.prolifictraining.com.

PROLIFIC, Asia’s largest training provider in industrial Automation & Embedded Systems technologies, with it’s Pan India presence, extends support to fresh engineering students as well as working professionals to develop career in high growth automation industry is now spreading it’s wings also in the Advanced Mechanical Systems to meet the challenges in the present days Industry.

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  • PGDAMS ( Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Mechanical Systems )

This course is aimed at transforming Mechanical Engineers into Multi – skilled Technical Professionals having hands on experience on various aspects of most widely used modern manufacturing systems. The course is a unique blend of Mechanical systems, Instrumentation systems, Control sytems ( PLC and SCADA ), and Hydraulic and Pnuematic systems. The course content is developed based on the strong demand from the industry for multi – skilled mechanical engineers.

Generally college curriculum emphasizes on theoretical aspects of engineering subjects only. For every theory there is a practical side. At prolific we impart training on the practical side. Acquiring practical knowledge enhances job opportunities and chances of higher emoluments than a person without practical side knowledge.

After completion of the course, students will be familiar with modern mechanical equipment / systems employed in the industry and will have strong demand from manufacturing companies for enhancing productivity and efficiency of their plant operations.

Students will be provided lucrative placement in various OEMs / Service providers and manufacturing companies in various sectors. They will rise fast in the hierarchy due to superior multi – disciplinary skills. They can then move abroad or shift into senior level positions in maintenance, production or quality functions of various organizations.

PGDAMS Program Highlight –100 % placement.

Prolific Systems & Technologies Admission Course Specializations :

  • Pumps – Centrifugal Compressor – Reciprocating and Screw
  • DG Set
  • Gear Boxes
  • Fans and Blowers
  • Bearings
  • Alignment of shafts – Theory and practice
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems
  • Advanced Mechatronic Systems
  • Instrumentation basics

Prolific Systems & Technologies Admission Eligibility Criteria :

  • Freshers – Degree / Diploma ( Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineers )
  • PGDAMS Transforms Mechanical Engineers into Multi – skilled Technical Professionals.

Prolific Systems & Technologies Admission Fee & Duration :

  • Duration : 3 Months.
  • Course Fee : [rupee] 28000/- payable in 3 installments.
  • Timing : 3 hours a day, Monday to Friday ( Timings : Batch I : 10.30 am to 1.30 pm; Batch II :  2.30 pm to 5.30 pm;  Batch III : 6.00  pm to 8.30 pm )
  • Week – end batches are also available.
We offer Special discount on course fee for the first 10 enrollments.

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PGDAMS Syllabus :

Pumps

  • Defining pumping systems
  • Most important characteristics of a pumping system
  • Types of pumps
  • Positive Displacement family tree
  • Basic difference between Centrifugal and PD pumps
  • Rotary pumps
  • Market applications and Selection of  Pumps
    • Applications of PD pumps
    • General guidelines for pump selection
    • Pump characteristics v/s market applications
    • Application – High Viscosity, Low and variable viscosity
    • Application – Low shear pumping, Solids handling capability
    • Application – Multi-phase flow
    • Process Condition – High pressure
    • Process Condition – Low flow, Efficiency
    • Process Condition- Combination of high pressure / low flow and efficiency
    • Process Condition – Flow control
    • Environmental system requirements
  • Centrifugal Pump
    • Basics.
    • Types (Construction  based)
    •  Construction of an impeller
    • Types of impellers and wearing rings
    • Seal chamber and stuffing boxes
    • Axial thrust in single and multi stage pumps.
    • Hydraulic balancing devices
    • Shafts and shaft sleeves
    • Bearings
    • Couplings
    • Bedplates and other pump supports
    • Defining Suction Head
    • Capacity, Input horsepower, output horsepower, Efficiency
    • Pressure
    • Head v/s Pressure
    • Effect of specific gravity on Head
    • Kinetic energy
    • Specific gravity and pump performance
    • Effect of fluid velocity
    • Gauge height correction
    • What is TDH and TH
    • Pump Performance parameters
    • Head-Flow characteristics
    • Power-Flow characteristics
    • Pump Efficiency
    • Efficiency v/s Flow
    • Net Positive Suction Head ( NPSH ) and its Characteristics
  • NPSH and Cavitation
    • Cavitation process
    • Cavitation damage
  • Preferred operating range of a centrifugal pump
    • Allowable operating range
  • Pump characteristic curves
    • Effect of RPM
    • System curves
    • System Head
    • Energy requirements to lift the fluid
    • Power required to lift the fluid
    • Sources of Friction
    • Parameters influencing frictional losses
    • Standard Pipe Head Loss Tables
    • Calculating frictional losses
    • Frictional loss coefficients
    • Pipe lengths and associated Heads
    • Types of System Curves
    • System Curve – No control valve
    • System Curve – With control valve
    • Parallel pumps
    • Parallel pumping system
    • Parallel pumping system – Low friction
    • Parallel pumping – Mismatched pumps
  • Series pumping
  • Pump vibration
  • New generation pump example
  • How pumps get damaged – 10 Ways
  • Monitoring and Predicting Centrifugal Pump performance
    • If the pump  does not deliver enough water
    • If the pump does not deliver enough pressure
    • If the pump does not prime properly
    • If the pump is drawing too much amperage
    • Monitoring Wet end of the pump
      • Monitoring Stuffing box and Seal area
      • Monitoring Bearing case
  • Predicting pump performance
  • Preventive maintenance
    • Preventing bearing and seal failures
    • Good maintenance practices for seals and bearings
    • Recommended daily preventive maintenance checks for centrifugal pumps and drives
    • Recommended monthly and 6 monthly preventive maintenance checks for centrifugal pumps and drives
    • Recommended yearly preventive maintenance checks for centrifugal pumps and drives
  • Trouble shooting of centrifugal pumps
    • The pump is hooked up to the piping and it is running
    • The pump is still hooked up to the piping, but it is not running
    • The pump has been taken into the workshop, but has not yet been disassembled and you will be present at the disassembly
    • The pump has been disassembled. You were not present, but the parts are available for your inspection
    • Troubleshooting four possibilities of rub or wear marks
    • Centrifugal pumps – Troubleshooting guide
  •  Trouble shooting of Reciprocating Pumps
    • Pump storage tips
  • Alignments Techniques
    • What is coupling alignment?
    • Types of coupling
    • Co-linearity
    • Types of Misalignment
      • Offset, or Parallel
      • Angular
    • Measurement Conventions
    • Pre – alignment Steps
    • Alignment Tolerances
    • Thermal Growth Targets
    • Not correcting for soft foot
    • Not roughing in
    • Usage of shims
    • Not controlling backlash or unwanted movement
    • Incorrect sequence of moves
    • 4 steps of alignment
      • Angular misalignment in the Vertical Plane
      • Parallel Offset in the Vertical Plane
      • Angular misalignment in the Horizontal Plane
      • Parallel Offset in the Horizontal Plane
    • Things to watch if alignment still does not happen
    • A few helpful tips
  • Pump mounting
    • Foundations
      • Housekeeping pads
      • Inertia bases
    • Base plate selection
    • Foundation preparation
    • Base plate installation
    • Grouting
    • Pump and Motor Installation
    • Pipe Installation
    • Pipe strain
  • How to start a pump
    • Pump rotation
    • Motor Solo
    • Couplings
    • Other Startup Considerations
    • Pump Start up
    • Final Vibration Acceptance
  • Checklist

Compressors

  • 3 golden rules of Compressed Air usage
  • Compressed air system – Supply side and Demand side
  • Compressed air – One of the most expensive utilities on the shop floor
  • Inappropriate use of compressed air
    • Open blowing
    • Sparging, Aspirating, Atomizing
    • Padding
    • Vacuum generation
    • Hand blowing
    • Unregulated End use
    • Abandoned equipment
  • Potential for energy saving
  • Overview of sub – systems and sub-components of a compressor system
    • Intake Air Filters
    • Compressed Air Filters
    • Why compressor cooling is required
      • Inter stage coolers
      • After coolers
    • Separators
    • Why air drying is essential
      • Air Dryers
      • Deliquescent air dryers
      • Refrigerated Air Dryers
      • Moisture drain traps
    • Air receiver
    • Lubrication
    • Heat recovery
    • Air distribution system
  • Types of compressors
  • Choice of compressors
  • Reciprocating compressor
    • Single acting air cooled
    • Double acting water cooled
  • Rotary compressor
    •  Single stage
    • 2 stage
    • Screw Compressors
      • Lubricant injected
      • Oil free
  •  Centrifugal air compressors
  • Compressor Prime Movers
  • Comparison of compressors
  • Capacity of a compressor
  • Calculating compressor efficiency
    • Isothermal efficiency
    • Volumetric efficiency
  • Leaks
    • Defining and Quantifying leakage
    • how to calculate leakage
    • Cost of leakage
    • Leak detection
      • Ultrasonic leak detection
    • How to stop leaks
  • Compressed air system performance opportunity roadmap
  • Air quality
  • Air quantity
  • Load profile
  • System pressure
    • Pressure drop and controlling system pressure
    • What causes pressure drop ?
    • Minimizing pressure drop
    • Measurements necessary for pressure profiling a compressed air system
    • Stabilizing system pressure
      • Importance of Primary and Secondary Storage
      • Dedicated compressors
  • Control strategy
    • Matching Demand and Supply
    • System controls
    • Multiple compressor controls
    • Pressure / Flow controllers
    • Variable loads
  • Ensuring efficiency of compressed air end-use applications
  • Heat recovery and compressed air systems
    • Air cooled, rotary screw compressors
    • Water cooled compressors
  • Calculating cost of compressed power
  • The 7 step action plan to analyse and improve compressed air system
  • Tools needed for monitoring and base-lining compressed air system
  • Using Power, Pressure, and Flow to base-line System Performance and Energy Consumption
  • Maintaining air compressors
    • Lubrication
    • Cleaning
    • Belts
    • Air treatment equipment
    • Automatic traps
    • Point-of-use filters, regulators, lubricators
    • Shutting down for maintenance
    • Routine maintenance practices for various periodic frequency
  • Energy saving ideas for compressor air system
    • Energy saving concept – Usage of VFD
  • Reading nomenclature of compressors
  • Types of valves
    • Plate type
    • Finger type
  • Loading and Unloading characteristics of compressors
  • Types of unloading devices
  • Types of Drainage systems
  • Mounting
    • Horizontal
    • Vertical
  • Type of lubrication
    • Soft
    • Outside
  • Non lubricated compressor
  • Foundation
  • Condition monitoring
    • Temp analysis
    • Vibration analysis
    • Alignment analysis – axial and radial (laser based)
  • Preventive / Predictive maintenance
  • Breakdown maintenance
  • Trouble shooting
  • Checklist

Gear Box Systems

  • Type of gear box
  • Selection of gear boxes
  • Comparison of gears and their applications
  • Installation gear box system
  • Alignment
  • Back lash (use of filler gaugaes)
  • Starting of gear box system
  • Analysing gear box failure
  • Lubrication with various oils
  • Maintenance schedules of gear boxes
  • Condition monitoring
    • Bearing temp
    • Vibration
    • Back lash checking
    • Amps current to check load on the motor
    • Thermography

Industrial Fans and Blowers

  • Types of industrial fans and blowers
  • Comparison and their applications
  • Selection criteria
  • Fan system characteristics
  • Fan performance evaluation
  • Air flow measurement and calculation
  • Methods to reduce air flow
  • Predictive and preventive maintenance
  • Condition monitoring techniques

Bearings

  • Types of bearings
  • Selection of bearings
  • Bearing nomenclature and terminology
  • Types and techniques used for Mounting and dismounting of bearings
  • Industrial practices for Bearing Care
  • Safety during bearing mounting
  • Do’s and Don’ts of bearing usage and handling
  • Lubrication of bearings
  • Bearing life cycle

Alignment theory and practice

  • Why alignment
  • What is shaft alignment
  • Types of couplings
  • Types of misalignment
  • Signs of misalignment
  • Measuring misalignment
  • Pre-alignment steps
  • Alignment targets
  • Alignment tolerances
  • Soft foot
  • Usage of shims
  • Alignment of shafts
  • Alignment of belt driven system
  • Rules of thumb and tips

D G Set

  • Introduction
  • Why  Diesel Generator is required
  • Type of diesel generator
  • Parts of diesel generators
  • Starting procedure of a diesel generator
  •  Pre – starting checks
  • How to start DG set
  • After starting checks
  • Running parameters Stopping
  • Protection devices
  • Stopping procedure for a DG set
  • Trouble detection and trouble shooting
  • Why maintenance routine is required.
  • Maintenance routine of diesel generator set
  • Ill effects of under load running of a Diesel generator
  • Generator glossary
  • Preventive maintenance, shut down maintenance of DG sets
  • Condition monitoring of DG sets

Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems

Hydraulic systems

  • Fundamentals of hydraulics : Basics of water  and oil hydraulics
  • Hydraulic system accessories : Reservoirs, filters, coolers, Instrumentation and accumulators
  • Principle construction and working of components
    • Hydraulic pumps : Pump basics, centrifugal & positive displacement pumps
    • Pressure control : relief, reducing, regulating valves
    • Flow control : FCV, Flow dividers, non-return valves
    • Actuators : Linear actuators, hydraulic motors, Hydraulic drives.
    • Direction control valves : Direct operated, pilot operated
  • ISO symbol, circuit design and hydraulic circuit reading
  • Performance evaluation and testing of Hydraulic pumps, Relief & DC valves
  • Principle of solenoid valves
  • Working principles of proportional valves and servo valves
  • Introduction of cartridge valves ( if required )
  • Interpretation and discussions of electro – hydraulic circuits in plant machinery
    • Mill hydraulic systems
    • Material handling system
    • Proportional variable pump control system
    • Hydraulic drives & controls
  • General troubleshooting and maintenance

Pneumatic systems

  • Theories of compressed air
  • Operation & function of air components
  • Design & drawing of air symbols
  • Simulation of movement phases & function phases
  • Drawing air circuits according to standards
  • Pneumatic logic
  • Dryers, air receivers
  • Compressors
  • Pneumatic actuators
  • Air distribution systems
  • Directional valves
  • Flow valves
  • Control systems with vacuum component
  • Fault – finding & trouble shooting of compressed air control circuits
  • Guidelines for industrial safety

Advanced Mechatronic systems

Programmable Logic Controller ( PLC ) : Allen Bradley PLC

  • Introduction to Industrial Automation
  • Role of PLC in automation
  • Various systems used in automation
  • Comparison between various automation system
  • Introduction to PLC hardware,
  • Architectural Evolution of PLC,
  • PLC Fundamentals – ( Block diagram of PLC’s ),
  • Information about various PLC components
    • Power supply, CPU, I  /  O modules and
    • Communication bus
  • Introduction to Allen Bradley PLC system
  • Various ranges available in Allen Bradley PLC system
  • Detailed information about the CPUs, I / O modules and communication techniques used in Allen Bradley
  • Connection of field inputs to PLCs
  • Source and Sink concepts in PLCs
  • Introduction to RS Logix PLC Programming S / W
    • Addressing Concepts in AB PLC
    • Introduction to Bit Byte and Word Concept
    • Concept of flags,
    • Scan cycle execution
    • Various commands used in PLC programming
  • Programming instructions arithmetic and logical
    • Load  / and  / or / out  /  and Read  /  Write
    • Compare  /  Add  /  Sub  / And  / Or – Blocks
    • Leading edge  /  trailing edge instructions
    • MOVE block application
  • Programming instructions arithmetic and logical
    • Timer Blocks programming
    • Counter Block programming
    • File handling
    • Comment functions
  • Upload, download, Monitoring of programs
  • Programming instructions arithmetic and logical
    • Advanced instructions
  • Documenting the projects
  • Forcing I / P & O / P,
  • Monitoring  /  Modifying data table values
  • Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC
    • Hardware fault detection
    • Replacing the faulty modules
    • Fault detection using RS Logix

SCADA Software

  • What is SCADA / HMI
  • Applications of SCADA / HMI.
  • Info about leading SCADA companies
  • Types of SCADA packages
  • Licensing pattern
  • Creating a new SCADA application development
    • Creating Database of Tags
    • Creating Windows / Mimic pages
    • Creating and Editing graphic display
    • Animating the objects
  • Creating Real-time and Historical Trends
  • Creating Alarm and Events
  • Writing scripts
  • Securities
  • Communication technique used with SCADA / HMI system
  • Communication with hardware
  • Working On Line / Off Line
  • Troubleshooting the application

Instrumentation basics

  • General
    • Purpose of instrumentation
    • Basic measurement concepts
    • Measurement Practices
    • Sensors- Inductive / Capacitive, Proximity, Ultrasonic
    • Introduction to various sensors used in the industry
  • Introduction to Temperature, Pressure and Flow measurement
  • Selection, Installation and Commissioning guidelines
  • Troubleshooting and Maintenance Guidelines

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Prolific Systems & Technologies Branch Offices :

S.No.EventDate and Time
1PGIMER PhD Entrance Examination4th December, 2015 10:00 A.M.
2Declaration of PGIMER Result5th December, 2015 08:00 A.M.
3Clinical / Practical Examination5th December, 2015 09:00 A.M.
4PGIMER Counseling / Interview7th December, 2015 11:00 A.M.

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