CHAPTER 3 METHODOLOGY This chapter discusses and focusing the procedure used to investigate the surface roughness and microstructure during medium turning of Ti-6Al-4V ELI using different combinations of cutting parameter values under dry conditions. Experimental tests were carried out using uncoated carbide. 3.1 Experimental Equipments During the experiment was conducted, it involves the use of several testing equipments, cylindrical workpiece, and uncoated cutting tool. All these equipment will be discussed in the sub topic. 3.1.1 Testing equipment a. CNC lathe Haas ST-20 The machine involve in this experiment shown in Figure 3.1.
The structure adopted for the case analysis is as follows: Growth In late 1930 Kazuma Tateisi rented a factory to produce his invention and in 1933 founded the Tateisi Electric Manufacturing Company which was began to produce X-ray timer. When World war second destroyed Kazuma-san’s Tokyo office and main Oska factory, then he built a new factory in the Omuro district of Kyoto. He took the name of town as the brand name for his product starting in 1948 and then in late 1959 “Omlon” became “Omron”. This is how Kazuma Tateisi found “Omron”. Omron was known for multiple engineering.
John Townsend and Robert Millikan later on were able to determine their exact charge and mass. In 1911 Rutherford and German physicist Hans Geiger found out that electrons orbit the nucleus of an atom. Radiation is emitted during movement from one orbital to another. In 1945 Glenn Seaborg identified lanthanides and actinides , which are usually placed below the periodic table. Till this day, scientist are still trying to enhance their knowledge on the Periodic Table and its
After four years, a similar patent was registered by Siemens and Halske. In 1894, Nikola Tesla was awarded the patent for the first electrical conductor. These 3 technologies were the main components required to make the coaxial cable. In the year 1931, Lloyd Espenschied and Herman Affel Had patented the first coaxial cable on behalf of AT&T’s Bell Telephone Laboratories. The games of XI Olympiad in Berlin in 1936 was the first big event to transmit images with the help of this cable.
Petroleum Engineering School of Engineering and Physical Sciences FIRST YEAR LABORATORY REPORT COVER SHEET Name: Raziya Aliyeva Experiment Title: Chemical kinetics: The Iodine Clock Date of Experiment: 19.11.2015 Date of submission: 26.11.2015 Demonstrator: Sevda Zargarova Supervisor: Ziyafaddin Asadov Contents Synopsis 3 Introduction 3 Theory 3 Experimental technique 4 Results 5 Table 1 -The time which blue colour appears 5 Table 2. The inverse times of experiments 6 Graph 1. Comparison of the inverse times 7 Discussion 8 Conclusion 8 References 9 Synopsis This laboratory report gives an outline of the experiment which was carried out in order to determine a reaction rate expression between hydrogen peroxide and acidified potassium iodide using an initial rate method. The lab consisted of three experiments and each of them was carried out twice. In each experiment the mixture of KI, H2SO4, Na2S2O3, H2O, H2O2 and starch solution was prepared and time was recorded when the blue colour appeared.
Motorola six sigma technique and approach and a revisit to the golden days of Motorola’s pioneering six sigma method. Abstract: This essay attempts to show how Motorola adopted six sigma methods in their organizational search for total quality management. A revisit in time allows us to have a historical perspective on how six sigma was integrated into Motorola quality programme and its transformational approach to quality management philosophy. Finally, there is an obvious need to understand why they adopted such strategy in managing their quality. Ⅰ Motorola company was founded on September 25, 1928, based in Illinois.
Assignment Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Submitted To: Sir Yasir Jamil Submitted By: Amna Manzoor M.phil Physics (Evening) Semester 1st Department Of Physics University Of Agriculture Faisalabad Principle: Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Transmission electron microscopy transmits energetic electrons through the specimen to get high resolution image. History: In 1931, Ernst Ruska with the help of Max Knolls developed the first electron microscope, known as Transmission electron Microscope. After increasing its magnification power Ruska joined the Sieman’s Company, Where he assist to manufacture
The company’s founders C. Howard Vollum and Melvin J. "Jack" Murdock invented the world’s first triggered oscilloscope in 1946, a significant technological breakthrough. Tektronix was then incorporated in 1946 with its headquarters at SE Foster Road and SE 59th Street in Portland, Oregon. In 1947 there were 12 employees, and 250 in 1951.By 1950 the company began building a manufacturing facility in Washington County, Oregon at Barnes Road and the Sunset Highway and expanded the facility by 1956 to square feet (m²). The company then moved its headquarters to this site following an employee
In the introduction of this paper I briefly outlined the components that Blundell et al. believe make up someone’s human capital. The term can be defined as ‘any stock of knowledge or characteristics the worker (either innate or acquired that contributes to his or her “productivity”’ (Acemoglu and Autor, n.d.). This definition expresses that not only years of schooling contributes to the capital within oneself but acknowledges that natural abilities such as raw strength or physical quickness can also contribute to one’s productivity. The term was initially devised as an analogy that compared investments in education and training - which increase productivity - to the investments in tangible capital stocks that can also be aimed to boost the productivity of the labour force.
Iram Shahzadi Yasir and Aftab Farooqi (2014) indicates that they are seeing productivity as the output of workers in which they gain by providing them suitable working conditions. Productivity can be understand by a percentage to measure how well an organization change its input resources such as labor, materials and machine into goods and services. Based on Hesapro (2013), productivity contributes to value creation by making continue better use of resources that will contribute to innovation and growth. Productivity will be synonymous with output. In scientific literature, productivity can be defined as the relationship between output and input or the relationship between proceeds and sacrifices.