Fabrication Of Pneumatic braking System report Download

Fabrication Of Pneumatic braking System report Download


This is a self – assessment test on the part of the students to assess his competency in creativity.
During the course of study, the student is put on a sound theoretical foundation of various mechanical engineering subjects and of course, to a satisfactory extent. Opportunities are made available to him to work on different kinds of machines, so that he is exposed to various kinds of manufacturing process. As a students learn more and more his hold on production technology becomes stronger. He attains a stage of perfection, when he himself is able to design and fabricate a device.
This is the project work. That is the testimony for the strenuous training, which the student had in the institute. This assures that he is no more a student, he is an engineer.
This report discuses the necessity of the project and various aspects of planning , design, selection of materials, fabrication, erection, estimation and testing.

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The aim is to design and develop a control system based on breaking system of an AIR controlled safely automotive wheel braking system.
The control valve which directs the air to the double acting cylinder for breaking control. This braking actions is implemented In our project, we have to apply this braking system in one wheel as a model.



Brakes are one of the most important control components of the vehicle. They are required to stop the vehicle within the smallest possible distance and this is done by converting the kinetic energy of the wheels into the heat energy which is dissipated into the atmosphere.

Types of brakes based on method of actuation:
1. Mechanical brakes
2. Hydraulic brakes
3. Electric and electronic brakes
4. Vacuum brakes
5. Air brakes
Types of brakes based on application
1. Drum brakes
2. Disc brakes
3. Parking Brakes

fabrication of pneumatic braking system
fabrication of pneumatic braking system


This project consists of

1) DCV system
2) Pneumatic actuator unit
3) Two wheeler (TVS MOPED)


The brake lever is connected to the double acting cylinder which is controlled by the 5/2 way solenoid operated directional control valve.
This cylinder has 12mm dia and 25mm stroke length.

3)Two wheeler (TVS MOPED)

To fabricate this brake set up a TVS CHAMP two wheeler moped is arranged.


This project consists of
1) AIR control system
2) Pneumatic actuator unit
3) Two wheeler (TVS MOPED)


1. Brake cost will be less
2. Free from wear adjustments
3. Less power consumption
4. Less skill technicians is sufficient to operate
5. Installation is simplified very much


1. Need separate air tank
2. This brake system is costlier one.
3. Addition cost is required to install this system to four wheeler


By doing this mini project we were able to understand the importance of Coordination between the various departments in an manufacturing unit This brake system offers ample scope for improvement By providing intermittent force at the brake plate. One of the major aims to achieve is that when the operator sees a brake force , that he needs to know immediately strike him, implying that the designs simple and easily understandable. Such was the case with AIR brake system. AIR Brake system are hailed as the greatest mechanical contrivance.


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Sachin Thorat

Sachin is a B-TECH graduate in Mechanical Engineering from a reputed Engineering college. Currently, he is working in the sheet metal industry as a designer. Additionally, he has interested in Product Design, Animation, and Project design. He also likes to write articles related to the mechanical engineering field and tries to motivate other mechanical engineering students by his innovative project ideas, design, models and videos.

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