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NEW ENGINEERING WORKS.,located in Patna,India,was established in 1990 and is specialized in Manufacturing quality spare parts for projectile looms. We are the largest and most well-known manufacturer of Sulzer Projectile Weaving Machines Replacement Parts for Model PU, TW-11, P-7100,P-7200 & P-7300. Our main profile is the manufacturing and export in spare parts for Sulzer Projectile Weaving Machines Which includes Picking Shoes, Picking lever, Projectile Returners, R.H slide piece, and many more.

Over 23 years of Experience in this field we can offer a product range of Unique and Patented manufacture to give textile manufactures reliable quality components at a cost effective price. Whether through continuous improvement in product quality or management, our motto is to"Continuously Strive to Be the Best."

We Have Been Adhering To The Principle Of Continuously Strive To Be The Best

Our Parts Have Been Marketed to india as well as Exported To Global Markets like South africa, Indonesia,Sri lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Europe, Middel - east etc.

We have built long term, good relationship with many customers From India and Abroad and We Get The Reputation For Our Top Quality and adhering to promises and reasonable after sale service as well. As A Result, Our Sales Volumes Have Steadily Risen Over The Past Several Years . Our Parts Are Equilant to Original Parts and a real alternative to expensive original parts.

New Engineering Works Prides Itself For Having Experienced Employees Who Manage The Design And Manufacturing Process Of The Highest Quality Spare Parts.

Uniqueness Of Our Company Is That We Are Manufacturing Most Critical Parts Of Sulzer Projectile Looms. And We Are Using High Grade Materials and Best Metal treatments To Achieve Quality Differences Among The Other Suppliers. We Rely On Sufficient Techincal Force, Advace Production Technology.

Our philosophyis to strive continuously for innovation and therefore the company today can manufacture any mechanical component according to technical details / sample.

We Are Looking Forward To Cooperating With You, It Would Be Appreceiated To Hear From You.

OurEngineering Divisionwas established to provide custom designed products for industrial applications, service and maintenance of products, and supply parts for all our products.

ASWis capable of developing ad hoc solutions to meet individual customer requirements. Our technical experts are experienced indesigning and manufacturingtailor-made products, and proposing innovative improvements and solutions for all applications. We work with you to develop the optimum solution.

In addition, we will assist in thecommissioning of your plant equipment, and continue to provide top classservice and support, whenever you need it. All our projects are completed professionally, timeously, and within budget.

Machining WorkshopTurningMillingSurface GrindingSmall Quantity MachiningProduction Run MachiningPrecision MachiningMechanical and Electrical Workshops

We repair various types of pumps including the following: Centrifugal Pumps Dosing Pumps Peristaltic Pumps Canned Motor Pumps Progressive Cavity Pumps Magnetic Drive Pumps Compressors Gearboxes Hydrostatic Drives We also Repair Hydraulic Equipment Including: Cylinders Valves Pumps Lubrication Equipment Motors Hydraulic Control Stations Power-Packs

Our Service Department: On Site Installations On Site Repairs Service Contracts Refurbishments Upgrades Commissioning

Fabrication Workshop

All welding done according to API 1104Workshop Facilities Machine Shop floor area 300sq.m Fitting Shop floor area 180sq.m Stockholding floor area 260sq.m Welding Bay 60sq.m Fabrication Shop 260sq.m

Applied mechanics

Applied mechanicsis a branch of thephysical sciencesand the practical application ofmechanics. Applied mechanics describes theresponse of bodies (solids and fluids) or systems of bodies to externalforces. Some examples of mechanical systemsinclude the flow of aliquidunderpressure, the fracture of asolidfrom an applied force, or the vibration of an ear in response tosound. A practitioner of the discipline is known as amechanician.

Engineering mechanics may be defined as branch of science that describes the behavior of a body, in either a beginning state of rest or of motion, subjected to the action of forces. Applied mechanics, as its name suggests, bridges the gap between physical theory and its application totechnology. As such, applied mechanics is used in many fields ofengineering, especiallymechanical engineering. In this context, it is commonly referred to asengineering mechanics. Much of modern engineering mechanics is based onIsaac Newton'slaws of motionwhile the modern practice of their application can be traced back toStephen Timoshenko, who is said to be the father of modern engineering mechanics.

Within the theoretical sciences, applied mechanics is useful in formulating new ideas and theories, discovering and interpreting phenomena, and developing experimental and computational tools. In the application of thenatural sciences, mechanics was said to be complemented bythermodynamics, the study of heat and more generallyenergy, andelectromechanics, the study ofelectricityandmagnetism

The advances and research in Applied Mechanics has wide application in many fields of study. Some of the specialties that put the subject into practice areCivil Engineering,Mechanical Engineering,Construction Engineering,Materials Science and Engineering,Aerospace Engineering,Chemical Engineering,Electrical Engineering,Nuclear Engineering,Structural engineeringandBioengineeringProf. S. Marichamy said that "Mechanics is the study of bodies which are in motion or rest condition under the action of Forces"

Major Topics of applied mechanics Acoustics Analytical mechanics Computational mechanics Contact mechanics Continuum mechanics Dynamics (mechanics) Elasticity (physics) Experimental mechanics Fatigue (material) Finite element method Fluid mechanics Fracture mechanics Mechanics of materials Mechanics of structures Rotordynamics Solid mechanics Soil mechanics Stress waves Viscoelasticity

Examples of applications Civil engineering Mechanical Engineering

Thermal engineeringThermal engineering deals with the conversion of heat energy between mediums and into other usable forms of energy. Most of the energy from thermal sources is converted into chemical, mechanical or electrical energy. In order to achieve this, thermal engineers are experts in heat transfer. Some areas a thermal engineer may specialise in include solar heating, boiler design or HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning).Common industries that employ thermal engineers include power companies, the automotive industry and commercial construction. Travel is usually involved to factory locations or to the site of their current projects.

Heating or cooling of processes, equipment, or enclosed environments are within the purview of thermal engineering.

One or more of the following disciplines may be involved in solving a particular thermal engineering problem: Thermodynamics Fluid mechanics Heat transfer Mass transferThermal engineering may be practiced bymechanical engineersandchemical engineers.One branch of knowledge used frequently in thermal engineering is that ofthermofluids.

Application Engineering:HVAC Cooling of computer chips Boiler design Solar heating In design of combustion engines Thermal power plants

Thermodynamics: The branch of science that deals with the study of different forms of energy and the quantitative relationships between them.System: Quantity of matter or a region of space which is under consideration in the analysis of a problem.Surroundings: Anything outside the thermodynamic system is called the surroundings. The system is separated from the surroundings by the boundary. The boundary may be either fixed or moving.Closed system: There is no mass transfer across the system boundary. Energy transfer may be there.Open system: There may be both matter and energy transfer across the boundary of the system.Isolated system: There is neither matter nor energy transfer across the boundary of the system.State of the system and state variable: The state of a system means the conditions of the system. It is described in terms of certain observable properties which are called the state variables, for example, temperature (t), pressure (p), and volume (v).State function: A physical quantity is a state function in the change in its value during the process depends only upon the initial state and final state of the system and does not depend on the path by which the change has been brought about.Macroscopic system and its properties: If as system contains a large number of chemical species such as atoms, ions, and molecules, it is called macroscopic system. Extensive properties: These properties depend upon the quantity of matter contained in the system. Examples are; mass, volume, heat capacity, internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, Gibb's free energy. Intensive properties: These properties depend only upon the amount of the substance present in the system, for example, temperature, refractive index, density, surface tension, specific heat, freezing point, and boiling point.Types of thermodynamic processes: We say that a thermodynamic process has occurred when the system changes from one state (initial) to another state (final).Isothermal process: When the temperature of a system remains constant during a process, we call it isothermal. Heat may flow in or out of the system during an isothermal process.Adiabatic process: No heat can flow from the system to the surroundings or vice versa.Isochoric process: It is a process during which the volume of the system is kept constant.Isobaric process: