By Roger L. Timings
'Basic Engineering know-how' covers the entire normal engineering themes required for urban & Guilds uncomplicated Engineering Competences 2010. It offers concise motives and transparent diagrams that disguise the entire syllabus for the scholar getting ready for the speculation component to the final engineering qualification. hence the e-book displays the recent emphasis on transferable talents, giving a broadly-based creation to vocational engineering studies.
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If the surfaces are at right angles the gap between the blade and the component should be constant when it is checked with feeler gauges as shown. In addition to try-squares, cylinder squares and prismatic squares may also be used for checking large work. The form of these squares ensures a line contact between them and the work. 18. The DTI is set to zero against a master gauge such as the cylinder square shown in the figure. Any out-of-squareness in the component is shown up as a plus or minus reading on the DTI.
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The movement of heavy loads involves careful planning and the anticipation of potential hazards before they arise. Safety precautions and codes of practice must be strictly observed. 2 Manual handling The manual handling of objects is the cause of more injuries in factories and on site than any other factor. Back strains and injuries are the main causes of absenteeism in industry. Extreme care must be taken when lifting or moving heavy or awkward objects manually. The rules for correctly lifting a load are as follows: (a) Maintain the back straight and upright; bend the knees, and let the strong muscles of the legs and thighs do the work.
Basic Engineering Technology by Roger L. Timings