Fundamentals of Manufacturing, Second Edition (Google eBook)

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Philip D. Rufe
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 420 pages
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Upgrade your general knowledge with the most comprehensive manufacturing, engineering and technology fundamentals book available! Whether you are an engineer considering certification, or a non-engineer seeking to communicate more intelligently about manufacturing-related issues, the newly revised edition of Fundamentals of Manufacturing provides virtually all the information you need to know. The book is based singularly on the certification Institute's 'Body of Knowledge.' The latest enhancements in text and layout make it more user-friendly than the previous edition. Fifteen manufacturing experts, including educators, practitioners in the field, subject matter specialists, have checked the content for relevancy, accuracy and clarity, guaranteeing focused self-study and solid answers to questions regarding the fundamentals.Features: Thorough review of manufacturing fundamentals with samples and practice problems; Detailed table of contents and index; Referencing feature provides quick access to figures, tables, equations, problems and solutions; Mathematical equations, newly reformatted, are arranged logically according to the sequence they're presented; Includes a number key to practice problems; Up-to-date with current theoretical models, notably lean manufacturing. Benefits: Increased knowledge of manufacturing engineering and what is covered on the Fundamentals of Manufacturing Certification Examination; Example questions and problems prepare you for real-world situations; Great reference. Specific Information is logically enumerated, so it's easy to find; Orderly presentation and layout makes for good retention and enjoyable reading.
  

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Contents

253 SINGLEUSE PATTERNSINGLE USE MOLD PROCESSES
213
WeldingJoining
217
262 ARC WELDING
218
263 ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELDING
220
264 SOLIDSTATE WELDING
221
267 ADHESIVE BONDING
222
Finishing
225
Plastics Processes
227

22 SI PREFIXES
29
Light
33
Sound
37
43 FREQUENCY OF SOUND
38
44 RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN EAR TO SOUND
39
ElectricityElectronics
41
52 TYPES OF CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS
43
53 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS USING KIRCHOFFS LAWS
45
Statics
49
62 RECTANGULAR COMPONENTS OF A FORCE
50
63 MOMENT OF FORCE
51
64 FORCE COUPLES
52
67 FRICTION
54
Dynamics
57
72 ANGULAR MOTION
58
74 ENERGY METHODS
59
Strength of Materials
63
82 AXIAL LOADING
64
83 TORSIONAL LOADING
66
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
69
93 HEAT CAPACITY
71
94 THERMODYNAMICS
72
95 HEAT TRANSFER
73
Fluid Power
75
103 FLUID POWER
76
104 FLUID DYNAMICS
78
Materials
81
Material Properties
83
112 MATERIAL TESTING AGENCIES
84
Metals
91
122 PHASE DIAGRAMS
92
123 IRONCARBON DIAGRAM
93
125 HEAT TREATMENT PROCESSES
96
126 ALLOY STEELS
101
128 CAST IRON
103
Plastics
107
132 POLYMER STRUCTURES
108
133 THERMOPLASTICS
109
134 THERMOSET PLASTICS
113
Composites
115
142 COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION
116
143 COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS
117
Ceramics
119
154 ADVANCED CERAMICS
120
Product Design
123
Engineering Drawing
125
162 PROJECTION SYSTEMS
126
163 AUXILIARY AND SECTION VIEWS
127
164 DIMENSIONING
128
165 TOLERANCING
129
166 FITS
131
167 TOLERANCES FOR 100 INTERCHANGEABILITY
132
168 SURFACE FINISH SYMBOLS
133
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
137
172 FEATURE CONTROL FRAME
139
Computeraided Design
153
182 CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT
154
Product Design Tools
157
192 CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
158
193 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE
159
196 QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT
160
197 GROUP TECHNOLOGY
162
Manufacturing Processes
169
Cutting Tool Technology
171
202 TOOL ANGLES
172
204 CUTTING TOOL MATERIALS
174
205 CUTTING FLUIDS
176
Machining
179
212 DRILLING
181
213 MILLING
184
214 BANDSAWING
186
215 GRINDING
187
216 NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING
188
Metal Forming
193
224 FORGING
194
225 WIRE AND BAR DRAWING
197
Sheet Metalworking
199
232 BENDING
201
233 DRAWING
202
234 PRESSES AND DIES
203
Powdered Metals
205
243 SECONDARY OPERATIONS
207
Casting
209
SINGLEUSE MOLD PROCESSES
210
282 BLOW MOLDING
230
284 THERMOFORMING PLASTIC SHEET AND FILM
233
285 ROTATIONAL MOLDING
234
287 COMPRESSION AND TRANSFER MOLDING
235
Composite Processes
237
293 PULTRUSION
238
Ceramic Processes
241
302 CLAY PROCESSES
242
303 CRYSTALLINE CERAMIC POWDER PROCESSING
243
Printed Circuit Board Fabrication and Assembly
245
TECHNOLOGY ASSEMBLY
247
Production Systems
249
Traditional Production Planning and Control
251
322 FORECASTING
252
323 AGGREGATE PLANNING
253
326 SCHEDULING AND PRODUCTION CONTROL
254
327 MATERIAL PLANNING
255
328 MANUFACTURING RESOURCE PLANNING
257
Lean Production
259
333 ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF LEAN PRODUCTION
260
334 JUSTINTIME
262
Process Engineering
265
342 COMPUTERAIDED PROCESS PLANNING
266
345 FACILITY LAYOUT
267
346 MAINTENANCE
270
347 METHODS ENGINEERING AND WORK MEASUREMENT
271
Materials Management
273
353 INVENTORY REPLENISHMENT
274
354 ABC ANALYSIS
275
356 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
276
Automated Systems and Control
279
Computer ApplicationsAutomation
281
Manufacturing Networks
285
373 OPENSYSTEMS INTERCONNECT MODEL
288
ROUTERS AND GATEWAYS
289
375 TOPOLOGIES
290
Computer Numerical Control Machining
293
382 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROLNUMERICAL CONTROL PROGRAMMING
294
384 CNC CONTROLLERS
297
Programmable Logic Controllers
301
392 APPLICATIONS
302
394 PROGRAMMING
303
Robotics
305
403 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
306
Automated Material Handling and Identification
309
412 AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS
310
Quality
313
Quality Assurance
315
422 COST OF QUALITY
316
424 MALCOLM BALDRIGE AWARD
317
Statistical Methods for Quality Control
319
433 CONTROL CHARTING
323
434 PROCESS CAPABILITY ANALYSIS
327
435 ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING
328
Dimensional Metrology
331
DIRECT MEASUREMENT
332
444 COMPARISON MEASUREMENT
334
MEASURING MACHINES
336
446 MEASUREMENT ERROR
337
Manufacturing Management
343
Management Introduction
345
452 ENGINEERING ETHICS
346
453 MANUFACTURING SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT
348
454 ORGANIZATIONAL INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
352
Labor Safety and Human Factors
357
462 SAFETY
359
463 HUMAN FACTORS
362
Engineering Economics
367
473 COMPARISONS BASED ON ANNUAL COST
369
474 COST ESTIMATING
370
475 VALUE ENGINEERING
371
Mathematics
373
A2 TRIGONOMETRIC INDENTITIES
374
A3 DERIVATIVE AND INTEGRAL FORMULAS
375
CNC G and M Charts
379
Review Question Answers
383
Physics and Engineering Sciences
391
D2 CENTROIDS
403
D5 POISSONS RATIO
404
D6 BEAM LOADING
406
D7 FLUID CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
407
Bibliography
409
Index
413
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