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PROJECT STAGE-I
REPORT ON

“MULTI-DIRECTIONAL PNEUMATIC PIC AND


PLACE”
In the partial fulfillment for the requirement of Degree in

Mechanical Engineering

Submitted To

SAVITRIBAI PHULE UNIVERSITY


By
MR. BEDADE SHUBHAM SANJAY

MR. GAME PRAMOD BHASKAR

MR. DIGHE PANKAJ RAMDAS

MR. NEHE RAVINDRA NARAYAN

MR. GHADAGE MANOHAR DADASAHEB

Under the Guidance of

Prof. Rohmare R. V.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SHRI SAIBABA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH AND


ALLIED SCIENCES, RAHATA
Tal. Rahata, Dist. Ahemednagar, (M.S.), India
2018-2019
SHRI SAIBABA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH
AND ALLIED SCIENCES, RAHATA
Affiliated To University Of Pune,

CERTIFICATE
THIS TO CERTIFY THAT THE PROJECT STAGE-I REPORT ON

“MULTI-DIRECTIONAL PNEUMATIC PIC AND


PLACE”
Submitted by

MR. BEDADE SHUBHAM SANJAY B


MR. GAME PRAMOD BHASKAR B
MR. DIGHE PANKAJ RAMDAS B
MR. NEHE RAVINDRA NARAYAN B
MR. GHADAGE MANOHAR DADASAHEB B
A STUDENT OF T.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DURING THE
ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019.
THIS REOPRT EMBODIES THE WORK CARRIED OUT BY THE CANDIDATE, TOWARDS THE
PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF BACHELOR’S IN ENGINEERING CONFERRED BY THE
UNIVERSITY OF PUNE

(PROF. ROHMARE R. V.) (PROF. GAIKWAD N. B.)

GUIDE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

EXTERNAL EXAMINAR PRINCIPAL


Acknowledgement

It gives me an immense pleasure to express my sincere and heartiest gratitude towards


my guide Prof. Rohmare R. V. for his guidance, encouragement, moral support and affection
during the course of my work. He has proven to be an excellent mentor and teacher. I am
especially appreciative to his willingness to listen and guide me to find the best solution,
regardless of challenge.

Of greatest importance, I am also extremely grateful to Prof. Gaikwad N. B., Head of


Mechanical Engineering Department, for their motivation and support during the work from time
to time.I would also like to thank Prof. Rohmare R. V.. for giving their motivation, valuable
support and guideline for this project.

I am also deeply indebted Prof. Rohmare R. V. and all Professors for extending their
cooperation, support and continuous encouragement throughout the work. I am also thankful to
our principal Prof. Aher M. S. for the inspiration. This work is also the outcome of the blessing
guidance and support of my parents and family members and friends. Lastly, my cordial thanks
to all who have contributed indirectly and materially in words and deeds for completion of this
work.

MR. BEDADE SHUBHAM SANJAY

MR. GAME PRAMOD BHASKAR

MR. DIGHE PANKAJ RAMDAS

MR. NEHE RAVINDRA NARAYAN

MR. GHADAGE MANOHAR DADASAHEB


ABSTRACT

Heat generated in a process due to combustion of fuel, due to chemical reactions or heat
removed from thermal system by heat exchanger is usually dumped in the environment though it
could still have useful heat potential. This heat, if recovered, may be economically used for some
utilities. Worldwide concerns about environmental pollution, as well as using the adaptable
sources of energy has encouraged research and development for recovering waste heat and
methodically utilizing this energy source for domestic or industrial utilities.

Refrigerator and air conditioner, a common domestic appliance and almost a need of
every house in this era are potentially major sources of generating unwanted heat which can be
recovered by cost effective means using basic heat transfer knowledge. Utilizing the recovered
heat for some other domestic need like water heating can make the system even more
economical. This work aims to identify recoverable heat potential of a 250 liter capacity
domestic refrigerator. Such recovered heat can fulfill hot water requirements of a nuclear family
of four members.

A case study of waste heat recovery from a domestic refrigerator of 250 liter capacity is
presented in this work. Preliminary calculations showed that, without consuming extra electric
power, hot water of about 150 lpd at 55oC can be generated by the recovered heat from such
domestic refrigerator.