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Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation Report

Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation


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Introduction

RSRTC (Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation) was established on 01st October 1964 and is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Rajasthan.With its head quarters located in Jaipur, the corporation serves a diverse customer base. RSRTC fleet has increased to 4802 from 421. RSRTC is currently transporting about 10.74 lac passengers daily and operating on routes connecting 33 districts of Rajasthan and neighboring states. The corporation buses daily cover over 1.5 million kilometers through 54 depots spread over the state catering to nearly 1 million passengers through its network of over 13000 services to all-important places in Rajasthan and adjoining states of Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. RSRTC is operating regular air-conditioned and super deluxe buses between Jaipur and Delhi. To keep impeccable safety standard RSRTC maintains a high turnover of buses, not keeping a bus in service on average for more than seven years. RSRTC has an enormous in-house facility for maintenance and engineering. Buses are fabricated with latest specifications. The major items of consumption such as
tyres, spare parts are purchased from the manufacturers and their recognized original equipment manufacturer under the purchase policy. The scrap material like condemned buses; spares and tyres are sold through open auction at Jaipur, Ajmer and Jodhpur.

Types of Bus Services

The details of various types of services offered by RSRTC are outlined in the succeeding paragraphs:-

Volvo air-conditioned services

RSRTC provides Volvo buses for convenient and comfortable journey between Jaipur-Delhi, Delhi-Jodhpur and Delhi via Jaipur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Jaipur-Ganganagar. RSRTC launched India's most luxury bus services with pantry and LCD screens between Jaipur and Delhi and other tourist destinations using state of art Volvo Buses which provide a new traveling experience. These buses provide passengers with great
convenience, low fares and luxury travelling experience.

IT Applications in RSRTC

RSRTC happens to be one of the highest spenders in implementing the latest IT applications. RSRTC has deployed IT applications in the functional areas of operations, maintenance, inventory management system, accouadministration. RSRTC is one of the most efficient organisations in operations management. The corporation has major plans for the future through the efficient use of IT. Effective use of IT has helped RSRTC in ensuring the following:-
(a) Providing better services to passengers.
(b) Ensuring effective managerial controls.
© Reduction in work load and waiting time at the counters.
(d) Effective maintenance management of vehicles.
(e) Faster communication of information for decision support system.
(f) Reduction of passenger's waiting time for booking journey ticket.
(g) Better inventory control to check purchase and disposal of material.
(h) Standardisation and simplification.

Passenger Facilities

For better convenience of the passengers, RSRTC has set up bus stands at important locations throughout Rajasthan. RSRTC has introduced online reservation system for its premium segment services such as the volvo and deluxe services. Passengers can also book their tickets through the 50 Kiosks situated in Jaipur. RSRTC is also socially conscious and affords concessional rates to senior citizens, physically challenged persons and relatives of soldiers who died in war.

Preservation and Storage of Engine

If the engine is to be put out of service for a comparatively long period of time, it is necessary to preserve it according to the following procedure:-
After the engine stops and still does not cool yet, drain out completely the lube oil, cold water and fuel immediately. Clean the oil sump and oil strainer.
Clear out the dust and oil on the engine surface. With antirust oil smear all the unpainted exposed surfaces of engine except rubber and plastic parts.
Heat the filtered lube oil to 110 to 120°C until all bubbles in the surface of oil disappear, then pour the dehydrated oil in to the oil sump until oil level reaches the upper mark, and turn the engine in order to make sure that the lube system is completely filled up with this oil.
Pour some dehydrated oil into cylinder through injector assembled holes on the cylinder head and turn the crankshaft to make sure that the piston, piston rings, cylinder liner and valve seat are all covered with a layer of this oil.
Block the outlets of intake and exhaust manifolds (silencer) with wooden plugs or wrap up properly with plastic film in order to prevent any dust from getting in.
The engine should be stored in a clean room with good ventilation and low humidity. The engine should be covered. Chemicals near it are strictly prohibited.
The preservation according to the above procedure may be valid for 3 months. Over this Period, repeat the procedure.

ENGINE SECTION

In RSRTC bus 6 cylinder four stroke diesel engine is used. There are various parts of such engine.

Piston

The piston of an internal combustion engine is acted upon by the pressure of the expanding combustion gases in the combustion chamber space at the top of the cylinder. This force then acts downwards through the connecting rod and onto the crankshaft. The connecting rod is attached to the piston by a swiveling gudgeon pin (US: wrist pin). This pin is mounted within the piston: unlike the steam engine, there is no piston rod or crosshead.
The pin itself is of hardened steel and is fixed in the piston, but free to move in the connecting rod. A few designs use a 'fully floating' design that is loose in both components. All pins must be prevented from moving sideways and the ends of the pin digging into the cylinder wall, usually by circlips(lock).
Pistons are cast from aluminium alloys. For better strength and fatigue life, some racing pistons may be forged instead. Early pistons were of cast iron, but there were obvious benefits for engine balancing if a lighter alloy could be used. To produce pistons that could survive engine combustion temperatures, it was necessary to develop new alloys such as Y alloy and Hiduminium, specifically for use as pistons.
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