Production Technology Manufacturing Processes

Author: P C Sharma
Publisher: S. Chand Publishing
ISBN: 8121911141
Format: PDF, ePub
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The printing of the seventh edition of the book has provided the author with an opportunity to completely go through the text.Minor Additions and Improvements have been carried out,wherever needed.All the figure work has been redone on computer,with the result that all the figures are clear and sharp.The author is really thankful to M/s S.Chand & Company Ltd. for doing an excellent job in publishing the latest edition of the book.

Production Technology

Author: William Bolton
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483135659
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Production Technology: Processes, Materials, and Planning focuses on manufacturing processes used with metals and polymers, materials used in engineering, and production planning and cost accounting. The publication first takes a look at the forming processes of metals and polymers, including polymer materials, surface finishes, metal removal, cutting and grinding, powder technique, manipulative processes, and casting. The manuscript then examines assembly operations and automation. Topics include assembly processes for metals and plastics, assembly operations, robotics, numerical control of machine tools, computer-aided design, and computer-aided manufacture. The text ponders on the properties and structure of metals and structure of alloys. Discussions focus on solidification, precipitation, non-equilibrium conditions, plastic deformation of metals, cold working, cast and wrought products, effect of grain size on properties, and crystals. The publication then elaborates on ferrous alloys, non-metals, production planning and control, quality control, and work design. The manuscript is a vital reference for readers wanting to explore production technology.

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

Author: J. P. KAUSHISH
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120340825
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The revised and updated second edition of this book gives an in-depth presentation of the basic principles and operational procedures of general manufacturing processes. It aims at assisting the students in developing an understanding of the important and often complex interrelationship among various technical and economical factors involved in manufacturing. The book begins with a discussion on material properties while laying emphasis on the influence of materials and processing parameters in understanding manufacturing processes and operations. This is followed by a detailed description of various manufacturing processes commonly used in the industry. With several revisions and the addition of four new chapters, the new edition also includes a detailed discussion on mechanics of metal cutting, features and working of machine tools, design of molds and gating systems for proper filling and cooling of castings. Besides, the new edition provides the basics of solid-state welding processes, weldability, heat in welding, residual stresses and testing of weldments and also of non-conventional machining methods, automation and transfer machining, machining centres, robotics, manufacturing of gears, threads and jigs and fixtures. The book is intended for undergraduate students of mechanical engineering, production engineering and industrial engineering. The diploma students and those preparing for AMIE, Indian Engineering Services and other competitive examinations will also find the book highly useful. New to This Edition : Includes four new chapters Non-conventional Machining Methods; Automation: Transfer Machining, Machining Centres and Robotics; Manufacturing Gears and Threads; and Jigs and Fixtures to meet the course requirements. Offers a good number of worked-out examples to help the students in mastering the concepts of the various manufacturing processes. Provides objective-type questions drawn from various competitive examinations such as Indian Engineering Services and GATE.

Manufacturing Processes 1

Author: Fritz Klocke
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642119798
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The book series on manufacturing processes for engineers is a reference work for scientific and industrial experts. This volume on Turning, Milling and Drilling starts from the basic principles of machining with geometrically defined cutting edges based on a common active principle. In addition, appropriate tool designs as well as the reasonable use of cutting material are presented. A detailed chapter about the machinability of the most important workpiece materials, such as steel and cast iron, light metal alloys and high temperature resistant materials imparts a broad knowledge of the interrelations between workpiece materials, cutting materials and process parameters. This book is in the RWTHedition Series as are the other four volumes of the reference work.

Introduction to Basic Manufacturing Process and Workshop Technology

Author: Rajender Singh
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 8122418465
Format: PDF
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Manufacturing And Workshop Practices Have Become Important In The Industrial Environment To Produce Products For The Service Of Mankind. The Basic Need Is To Provide Theoretical And Practical Knowledge Of Manufacturing Processes And Workshop Technology To All The Engineering Students. This Book Covers Most Of The Syllabus Of Manufacturing Processes/Technology, Workshop Technology And Workshop Practices For Engineering (Diploma And Degree) Classes Prescribed By Different Universities And State Technical Boards.Some Comparisons Have Been Given In Tabular Form And The Stress Has Been Given On Figures For Better Understanding Of Tools, Equipments, Machines And Manufacturing Setups Used In Various Manufacturing Shops. At The End Of Each Chapter, A Number Of Questions Have Been Provided For Testing The Student S Understanding About The Concept Of The Subject. The Whole Text Has Been Organized In 26 Chapters.The First Chapter Presents The Brief Introduction Of The Subject With Modern Concepts Of Manufacturing Technology Needed For The Competitive Industrial Environment. Chapter 2 Provides The Necessary Details Of Plant And Shop Layouts. General Industrial Safety Measures To Be Followed In Various Manufacturing Shops Are Described In Detail In Chapter 3. Chapters 4 8 Provide Necessary Details Regarding Fundamentals Of Ferrous Materials, Non-Ferrous Materials, Melting Furnaces, Properties And Testing Of Engineering Materials And Heat Treatment Of Metals And Alloys. Chapters 9 13 Describe Various Tools, Equipments And Processes Used In Various Shops Such As Carpentry, Pattern Making, Mold And Core Making, Foundry Shop. Special Casting Methods And Casting Defects Are Also Explained At Length.Chapters 14 16 Provide Basic Knowledge Of Mechanical Working Of Metals. Fundamental Concepts Related To Forging Work And Other Mechanical Working Processes (Hot And Cold Working) Have Been Discussed At Length With Neat Sketches. Chapter 17 Provides Necessary Details Of Various Welding And Allied Joining Processes Such As Gas Welding, Arc Welding, Resistance Welding, Solid-State Welding, Thermochemical Welding, Brazing And Soldering. Chapters 18 19 Describe Sheet Metal And Fitting Work In Detail. Various Kinds Of Hand Tools And Equipments Used In Sheet Metal And Fitting Shops Have Been Described Using Neat Sketches. Chapters 20 24 Provide Construction And Operational Details Of Various Machine Tools Namely Lathe, Drilling Machine, Shaper, Planer, Slotter, And Milling Machine With The Help Of Neat Diagrams. Chapter 25 Deals With Technique Of Manufacturing Of Products With Powder Metallurgy. The Last Chapter Of The Book Discusses The Basic Concepts Of Quality Control And Inspection Techniques Used In Manufacturing Industries.The Book Would Serve Only As A Text Book For The Students Of Engineering Curriculum But Would Also Provide Reference Material To Engineers Working In Manufacturing Industries.

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes and Materials

Author: Robert Creese
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824799144
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The first manufacturing book to examine time-based break-even analysis, this landmark reference/text applies cost analysis to a variety of industrial processes, employing a new, problem-based approach to manufacturing procedures, materials, and management. An Introduction to Manufacturing Processes and Materials integrates analysis of material costs and process costs, yielding a realistic, effective approach to planning and executing efficient manufacturing schemes. It discusses tool engineering, particularly in terms of cost for press work, forming dies, and casting patterns, process parameters such as gating and riser design for casting, feeds, and more.

Workshop Technology Manufacturing Process

Author: S. K. Garg
Publisher: University Science Press (USP)
ISBN: 9788131806975
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This textbook includes exposure to plant & shop layout, industrial safety, engineering materials and their heat treatment, bench work and fitting, smithy and forging, sheet metal work, wood and wood working, foundry, welding, mechanical working and machine shop practices. A greater stress has been laid on pictorial representation of various hand tools, operators and machine tools rather than giving exhaustive write up on various topics. The matter has been presented in a structured manner and in an easy to understand language, which can be mastered easily by students of various disciplines. Attention has also been paid to the fact that the text as well as the diagrams can be easily reproduced by the students in theory examinations.The book will be useful for the students of engineering, supervisors, tool room personnel and operators working in manufacturing and other industries.