Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering, Second Edition - 4 Volume Set

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Richard Crowson, Jack Walker
CRC Press, Jul 17, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 1136 pages
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Provides single-source coverage on the full range of activities that meet the manufacturing engineering process, including management, product and process design, tooling, equipment selection, faciltiy planning and layout, plant contruction, materials handling and storage, method analysis, time standards, and production control. The text examines every topic involved with product and factory development, parts fabrication, and assembly processes.
 

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Contents

Product Development
1
11 Concurrent Engineering
7
12 Quality Function Deployment
11
13 Design for Assembly
26
14 Rapid Prototyping
38
Product Design
51
21 Design for Machining
52
22 Design for Casting and Forging
69
117 References
572
Control of Quality
573
121 Quality Engineering and Planning
575
122 Inspection
586
123 Testing
593
124 Reliability
595
125 Cost of Quality
598
126 Data Management
600

23 Design for Sheet Metal
103
24 Process Selection
134
Factory Requirements
137
31 General Factory Requirements
139
32 Requirements of the Manufacturing Process
141
33 Requirements for the Flow of Materials
164
34 Analysis of Factory Equipment Needs
174
35 Implementation Plan for Factory and Equipment
181
Factory Design
185
41 The TwentyFirstCentury Manufacturing Facility
186
42 Site Selection
194
43 The Building Program
200
44 Project Design
211
45 Construction
234
46 Bibliography
238
Human Elements in the Factory
241
51 Ergonomics
244
52 Workers Compensation
281
53 Industrial Safety
285
54 Industrial Hygiene
296
Computers and Controllers
307
61 Mainframe Systems
309
62 Minicomputers
311
64 Networks
316
65 Computer Integrated Enterprise Architecture
322
66 Process Controllers
324
67 Human Interface to the Computer Integrated Enterprise
329
68 CADCAM
332
69 Extended Enterprise
335
71 Understanding the Estimate Requirements
343
72 Developing the Manufacturing Plan
354
73 The ConceptType Cost Estimate
360
74 Learning Curves
370
75 Material and Subcontract Estimating
380
76 Manufacturing Direct Labor Estimate
390
77 Manufacturing Support Labor Costs
412
78 Summarizing the Elements of Cost
418
Product Tooling and Equipment
429
81 Planning and Definition
431
82 Design Documentation and Control
436
83 Construction and Maintenance
447
84 Hand Tools
448
85 Tooling for Parts Fabrication
450
86 Tooling for Assembly
452
ComputerAided Process Planning
459
93 The Evolution of the Manufacturing Engineering Department
462
What Must Happen First?
464
95 Variant Versus Generative Planning
467
96 The First 15 Years of CAPP
468
97 Some Examples of What Is Really Happening
469
98 Where to Go from Here?
474
99 An Afterword on Group Technology
477
Work Measurement
479
102 Methods of Measuring Work
480
103 Methods of Developing Administering and Maintaining Time Standards
483
104 MOST Work Measurement Systems
484
105 Application of Time Standards
501
106 Summary and Future Trends
503
107 References
504
Control of Production and Materials
505
111 Capacity Planning and Simulation
510
112 Scheduling
521
113 JustinTime
545
114 Theory of Constraints
556
115 Materials Requirements Planning MRP Systems
559
116 Inventory Management
565
127 Statistical Process Control
602
Principles of Structural Mechanics
607
131 Definitions of Force and Stress
608
132 Types of Stresses
609
133 Hookes Law
613
134 Moments
616
135 Beams
618
136 Long Column Failure
624
137 Stress in Pressure Vessels
628
Materials Characteristics of Metals
631
142 Ferrous Metals
635
Aluminum
648
Magnesium
658
Conventional Fabrication Processes
665
151 Sheet Metal Fabrication Processes
667
152 Machining
683
153 Extrusion and Forging Processes
707
154 Casting and Molding Processes
745
155 Bibliography and References
766
Nontraditional Machining Methods
767
161 Thermal Removal Processes
771
162 Chemical Machining
779
163 Mechanical Processes
782
164 Burnishing
787
165 Conclusions
798
166 Bibliography
799
Nonmetals Plastics
801
172 Designing with Plastics
807
173 Material and Process Selection
811
174 Tooling
814
175 Bibliography
815
Composite Manufacturing
816
181 Fabrication with Prepreg Broadgoods
825
182 Fabrication with Continuous Fibers
844
183 Fabrication with Chopped Fibers
853
184 References
857
Finishing
860
192 Cleaning and Preparing Metals for Finishing
876
193 Electroplating
886
194 Coatings
921
Manual Assembly
958
201 Assembly Work Instructions
961
202 Assembly Operation Sequences
962
203 Workstation and Line Layout
968
204 Manufacturing Methods Analysis
971
205 Principles of Motion Economy
977
206 Standard Manufacturing Processes
982
207 Special Manufacturing Instructions
984
Assembly Automation
986
211 Assembly Machines in the Factory
987
214 Motion Systems
992
215 Justifying Automation
998
216 Software Interfaces to Assembly Automation
1001
217 Design for Automated Production
1002
218 Automated Material Handling
1010
219 Bibliography
1023
Electronics Assembly
1024
221 Typical Package Architecture
1025
223 Chip Carrier Assemblies
1039
224 Hybrid Microelectronics Assemblies
1044
225 Printed Wiring Board Assemblies
1068
226 System Integration
1087
227 References
1089
About the Contributors
1090
Index
1098
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