• Veera P Darji Dept. of Mechanical Engg. CCET, C.U.Shah University, Surendranagar, Gujarat, India
  • Bhupendrasinh G Parmar Dept. of Mechanical Engg. CCET, C.U.Shah University, Surendranagar, Gujarat, India


Filling Task, Six slot Geneva Mechanism, Beverages Plant, Modeling and simulation


Productivity improvement is the aim of today’s manufacturing system. It may relate to manufacturing, services or plants working with any other aspects of production. Increasing productivity in recent time of global competition is great affected by automation concept and strategies in the industries and plants. All the industries worldwide are moving towards the automation. Out of these all type of production types, filling is a task in which any item liquid or solid are filled into the bottle or container. At this time filling is carried out by automatically in large scale industries and manually in small scale industries. Human operated filling industry can be converted into automatic filling plant by providing indexing motion to the container or bottle. Indexing motion may be rotary or linear. Geneva Mechanism is one of the best ways to provide rotary indexing motion from the continuous rotary motion. This Research Paper focused on the design and modeling of automated water bottle filling plant by using Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) and Geneva mechanism. This system is suitable for all kind of filling operations like water bottle filling, oil bottle filling, pharmaceutical bottle filling, syrup filling and many more with appropriate modifications. This work is mainly based on filling of bottle on rotary table which is rotated by six slot Geneva mechanism. Here, the system is developed for bottle filling which is based on automation consisting PLC and sensors. Design of different components is carried out in solid works 2017 for such mechanical for the filling of required quantity with high efficiency in less time by the use of Geneva wheel.


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How to Cite

Veera P Darji and Bhupendrasinh G Parmar, “DESIGN AND MODELING OF AUTOMATIC BOTTLE FILLING PLANT USING GENEVA MECHANISM”, JME, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 075–081, Jun. 2018.