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In-House Training Done At Kyambogo University

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The report covers the full details of Ian Ortega, a Mechanical and Manufacturing Student at Kyambogo University during his in-house industrial training.
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  1 KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND PRODUCTION PROGRAMME: BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TOPIC: IN-HOUSE TRAINING REPORT FOR THE PERIOD 4 TH  JUNE - 30 TH  AUGUST 2012 NAME: ORTEGA IAN REG. N0: 11/U/11049/EMD/PD   SIGNATURE: ………………………………… .   DATE: …………………………………… ..   INSPECTOR: MR. OKELLO PETER SIGNATURE: ………………………………….  DATE: ……………………………………..  SUPERVISOR: MR. OKELLO PETER SIGNATURE: …………………………………  DATE: ……………………………………….  INSTRUCTOR: MR. BOSSO BERNARD SIGNATURE: …………………………………   DATE: ……………………………………….    2 Table of Contents Cover Page ............................................................................................................................................................ 1 Table of Contents  ............................................................................................................................................. 3 Abstract ........................................................................................................................................................ 4 Declaration  ........................................................................................................................................................... 4  Acknowledgment .............................................................................................................................................. 4 Appendix ....................................................................................................................................................... 5 Section A :Introduction   ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6 Section One   :Machine Shop ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………........ .......8 Section Two: Foundry ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .16 Section Three   :Motor Vehicle …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ..20 Conclusion ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ..25 Recommendation ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .25 References ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .26  3 ABSTRACT The report was written to give a detailed coverage of the activities that transpired during the In-House In-dustrial training at Kyambogo University organized by the Faculty of Engineering. It is hoped that the report is precise yet not lost on detail. The industrial training activity took-place at the mechanical engineering department workshop for a period stretching three months and a great hands-on training was achieved. The assigned tasks included recording daily activities in a Log-book, making mini reports for the various sections and getting involved in the weekly cleaning activities. A great deal of experience was obtained, practical skills that span a lifetime in the engineering career were acquired and with such Knowledge, I can comfortably compete in any mechanical engineering career around the world. Though it served as basic training, it built the foundation upon which a mega-skyscraper is being erected. Declaration I declare that the report is a work of my own hands, free of any erroneous description and coverage and ex-cept in purposes of books for reference, the report is free of any sort of plagiarism. I declare the following to be my own work, unless otherwise referenced, as defined by the University’s policy on plagiarism . ACKNOLEDGMENT It is always a pleasure to remind the fine people in the Engineering Workshops for their sincere guidance I received to uphold my practical as well as theoretical skills in engineering. Firstly I would like to thank my supervisor, Mr. Okello Peter for ensuring that everything is in control, with-out his seal, there would be no proof that I even partook of the training exercise. Secondly I would like to thank Mr. Bosso Bernard, a man in whose ingenuity I pride in. For always allow-ing me to put my creativity to work and challenging me with activities that tickled my imagination. It would also b e a show of poor upbringing if I don’t send a note of appreciation to Mr. Yusuf Kamulegeya, Mr. Ochola Samson, and Mr. Gerald Mukasa for the great guidance provided in the motor-vehicle workshop. Finally I apologize all other unnamed who helped me in various ways to have a good training. And with-out mincing my words, I thank God for providing me with wonderful parents, two mothers and a father who went to be with the Lord. They remind me of a proverb “Train up a child in a way he should go such that even w hile an adult, he won’t depart from this way.”  4 APPENDIX Symbols Used Mass-Kilograms (Kg) Length- Inches and Metre (m) Time (s) Temperature-kelvin(K)

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