National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology Ranchi



Establishment


Foundry and Forge Industries play vital role in the industrial development of the country. There is a great shortage of qualified engineers and well-trained specialists to run these manufacturing industries efficiently. Seized of this problem and to provide the requisite quality of trained man power at different levels, Govt. of India set up the National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology in the year 1966 in collaboration with UNDP-UNESCO.

NIFFT is registered as a Society under the Societies Registration Act of 1860.The management of the institute is vested with Board  of Governors with chairman at its apex and members representing Govt. of India (Ministry of HRD & Industry), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Private and public enterprises, technical  and R&D  Institutions, etc. The Institute received technical and financial assistance during its formative period in the form of UNESCO fellowships, experts services and laboratory equipment etc.

Courses Offered 

  1. Advanced Diploma in Foundry/Forge Technology
  2. B. Tech Metallurgy & Materials Engineering
  3. B. Tech Manufacturing Engineering
  4. M. Tech Foundry/Forge Technology
  5. M. Tech Manufacturing Engineering
  6. Refresher Course Programs for the academic year – 2007

Course No. – 341 —- Mouldling And Core Making Ferrous And Non-Ferrous Castings
Duration of Period : June 25 to 29, 2007 Course Director : Ms. Nandita Gupta
Course Content : Criteria for section of Base Sand; characteristics and Application of Clays; Bonding Mechanism of Clays; Organic and Inorganic Binder Base moulding and Core Making Processes; Additives and Washes; Special Moulding Processes; Machine Moulding and Sand reclamation Techniques; Casting Defects Analysis.

Course No. – 342 —- Finit Elements Analysis and its Applications in Forge Making for Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Castings
Duration of Period : July 09 to 13, 2007 Course Director : Mr. V. Toppo
Course Content : Die Design Considerations for Optimizing Metal Flow in Close Dies and Die life Improvement. Designing, Performing, Finishing, Trimming and Punching Dies, Finit Element Modeling. Linear and Non-liner analysis. Thermo Mechanical Analysis. Analysis of metal how. Design Analysis Using Software viz: DERORM, Super Forge etc. Computer Aided Designing and Manufacturing.

Course No. – 343 —- Resent Trends in Pattern and Die Manufacturing 
Duration of Period : July 16 to 20, 2007 Course Director : Mr. V. M. S Hussain
Course Content : Study of Component Drawing; Die Designing Considerations Estimation of Equipment Capacity; Computer Aided Design of Forging Dies; Use of Simulation Software. Pattern Design Considerations: Allowances, Parting Line and Loose Pieces. Wooden Pattern  Copy Milling Machines for Metallic Pattern ;Plastic Pattern Manufacture; Epoxi-resin Pattern Modern Treads in Die Sinking and Pattern Manufacturing Methods Using E.C.M;E.C.M,C.N.C

Course No. – 344—- Technology of S. G Iron Casting and Heat Treatment 
Duration of Period : Aug 06 to 10, 2007 Course Director : Dr. K. K Singh
Course Content : Classification of S .G. Iron ; Grades; Compositions, Properties and Applications; Moulding and Core Making Practices;  Melting Practice; Charge Materials and Calculations; Effect of Alloying Elements; Desulphurization; Magnesium Treatment; and post-Inculcation; Gating and Feeding Practices; Heat -Treatment Practices; Casting Defects Analysis.

Course No. – 345—- Technology of Gating & Feeding of Ferrous Casting
Duration of Period : Aug 20-24, 2007 Course Director : Mr. Amitesh Kumar
Course Content : Principles of Fluid Flow, Types of Gating system, Design of Gating System, Pouring Time Calculations, Removal of Inclusions, use of Ceramic Filters, Solidification of Iron and Steel, Progressive and Directional Solidification, under Cooling and its effects; Types of Shrinkage Defects. Types and Design of Risers; Measures to improve Directional Solidification and Risering Efficiency, Introduction to Simulation of Mould Filling and Solidification.
Admission Process

Admission is any course would be made on the basis of candidate’s performance in the admission test; if and where, no test in conducted, admission would be made on the basis of aggregate total marks secured by the candidate in / at the qualifying examination and marks obtained by the candidate in eligibility subject
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Contact

National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology
Hatia, Ranchi – 834003
Jharkhand INDIA.
Phone – +91-651-2290859
Fax – +91-651-2290860