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Presentation

on
‘Industrial Attachment at Laxmi
Intercontinental Pvt. Ltd’, Hyundai
Prepared by: Supervisor’s name: Submitted to:
Nayan Rimal Er. Rajesh Bhattarai Mechanical Department
IOE, Paschimanchal Campus
(BME/071/329)

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Contents
1. Objectives of OJT
2. Introduction
3. Work flow
4. Plant layout
5. Tools and equipment used
6. Automobile systems
7. Case study
8. Lesson learnt
9. Work assigned
10. Recommendations
11. Conclusions
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1. Objectives of OJT

• To develop and promote institutional – industrial linkages


• To build confidence in technical as well as managerial aspect
• Learn about automobile repair and necessary skills
• To get involved in real engineering environment

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2.Introduction
• Company :Laxmi Intercontinental Pvt. Ltd
• Service centre :Bindhya Service Centre
• Service In charge :Sanjay Baral
• Address :Buddha-Chowk, Pokhara
• Acquisition of dealership : Feburary 2009 AD
• Nature of ownership :Sole ownership
• Dealership :Hyundai Vehicles
• Working hour :10 AM to 6PM

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Managing
Partner

Sales Account Service Marketing


Manager manager Supervisor In-charge

Receptionist Assistants
Spare
Advisors
parts

Head Wash Dent &Paint


Receptionist Cashier
Mechanic Head In-charge

Mechanics Workers Workers

Fig: Organizational Structure


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3. Work Flow

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4. Plant layout

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5.Tools and equipment used

Figure: Tool box section Figure: Impact Gun


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Fig: dripped oil collector Fig: Hydraulic crane 9
6. Different Automotive systems
• Cooling System
• Lubrication System
• Transmission System
• Steering System
• Braking system

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Cooling System
• Removes excess heat from the engine
• Maintains efficient engine temperature
• Water cooling system in Hyundai Vehicles
• Driven by a Centrifugal pump
• Forced circulation system

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Fig: Cooling system
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Lubrication System
• Reduces friction in Reciprocating parts
• Provides proper sealing action
• Keeps the engine clean by removing dirt or carbon compounds
from inside of the engine
• Absorbs excess heat generated from cylinder and bearings
• Wet sump lubrication system

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Transmission system
• Controls speed and torque of the drive wheels according to
driving conditions
• Maintains higher torque and low speed during ascent and vice-
versa
• Front Wheel Drive in most of the vehicles
• Four Wheel Drive in Tucson and Santa fe

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Fig: Transmission system
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Braking System
• Inhibits motion of moving vehicle by means of friction
• Uses hydraulic system to magnify force from brake pedal which
then uses brake pad or brake shoe to reduce the speed of rotor
• Front wheel disc brake and Rear wheel drum brake in most of
the Hyundai vehicle

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Disc
brake

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Steering System
• Controls the orientation of the drive wheels
• Achieved by series of rods, linkage and gears
• Uses assisted means in modern vehicles
• Mainly of two types
• Hydraulic Power Assisted Steering (HPAS) and Electric Power
Assisted Steering (EPAS)

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Fig: Steering System

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7. Case Study
1. Vehicle chassis no : MALC562CLGM899471
Vehicle registration no : BA12CHA5320
Vehicle model : Creta (Petrol) car
Customer’s complaints : Difficulty in pressing down the clutch
pedal, low pick up and hard to shift the gear
Findings : Worn out clutch plate
Action Taken : Clutch and Pressure plate were replaced

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Fig: worn out clutch plate
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(continued-case study)

2. Vehicle chassis no : MALA592CLHM167594


Vehicle registration no : BA9PA431
Vehicle model : Grand i10 (petrol) car
Customer’s complaints : Unpleasant noise coming out from front part
of the vehicle after starting the engine
Findings : Crack and wear in the belt
Action Taken : Serpentine belt was replaced

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Fig: wrecked serpentine belt
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(continued-case study)

3. Vehicle chassis no : MALA332CLGM649835


Vehicle registration no : GA1KHA735
Vehicle model : Santro (petrol) car
Customer’s complaints : Abnormal vehicle body vibration while driving
in off-road
Findings : worn out temple and D-bush
Action Taken : Temple bush and D-bush were replaced

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Fig: worn out bush
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(continued-case study)

4. Vehicle chassis no : MALC108CLHM623454


Vehicle registration no : GA3CHA4042
Vehicle model : Tucson (diesel) car
Customer’s complaints : Vehicle speed reading did not fluctuated even
after vehicle had started to move
Findings : Faulty Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS)
Action Taken : Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) was replaced

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Fig: faulty speed sensor
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8. Lesson Learnt
• General checkup of the vehicle
• Checking the suspension and steering system
• Changing the gear oil and lubrication oil
• Cleaning and changing brake pad, brake shoe, AC filter and Air
filter
• Changing the wheels
• Cleaning or changing the spark plugs

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(continued-lesson learnt)

• Tool and equipment handling


• Dealing with the customers
• Diagnosis and troubleshooting by using software like Global
Diagnostic System (GDS)
• Filling up the Job card, Pre-Requisition form and Estimation
form

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Fig: Global Diagnostic System
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9. Work Assigned
Managerial tasks:
• Filling up the job card
• Creating estimation
• Creating Pre-requisition form
• Inventory space management

Technical tasks:
• Servicing
• Repairing

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Figure: Part
requisition
form

Figure: Job Card Figure: AutoBoom Interface 32


10. Conclusion
• Able to apply institutional knowledge in the real working
environment
• Learnt to use necessary tools and equipment for repairing of
an Automobile
• Faced real life working challenges
• Built our confidence to face the customers providing proper
satisfaction

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11. Recommendations
Following areas are must to be addressed for providing quality
services
• Requirement of a meeting hall
• Provision of adequate tools to each technicians
• Improvement of inventory and store room
• Regular flow and easy availability of spare parts
• Sharing of ideas and knowledge among technicians

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