Manufacturing: Design, Production, Automation, and Integration

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CRC Press, Jul 3, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 608 pages
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From concept development to final production, this comprehensive text thoroughly examines the design, prototyping, and fabrication of engineering products and emphasizes modern developments in system modeling, analysis, and automatic control. This reference details various management strategies, design methodologies, traditional production techniques, and assembly applications for clear illustration of manufacturing engineering technology in the modern age. Considers a variety of methods for product design including axiomatic design, design for X, group technology, and the Taguchi method, as well as modern production techniques including laser-beam machining, microlithography.
 

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Contents

Competitive Manufacturing
1
12 POSTINDUSTRIALREVOLUTION HISTORY OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES
3
13 RECENT HISTORY OF COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES
9
14 MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
12
15 INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
19
16 INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGYBASED MANUFACTURING
25
Engineering Design
37
Conceptual Design
39
92 LASER BEAM MACHINING
276
93 RAPID LAYERED MANUFACTURING
284
Assembly
307
101 MECHANICAL FASTENING
308
102 ADHESIVE BONDING
312
103 WELDING
316
104 BRAZING AND SOLDERING
326
105 ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
334

22 CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
41
23 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
42
24 HUMAN FACTORS IN DESIGN
46
25 CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
49
26 MODULAR PRODUCT DESIGN
52
27 MASS CUSTOMIZATION VIA PRODUCT MODULARITY
56
Design Methodologies
61
32 DESIGN FOR X
65
33 DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS AND TAGUCHIS METHOD
77
34 GROUPTECHNOLOGYBASED DESIGN
83
ComputerAided Design
95
41 GEOMETRIC MODELINGHISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
96
43 SOLID MODELING
104
44 FEATUREBASED DESIGN
112
45 PRODUCTDATA EXCHANGE
116
ComputerAided Engineering Analysis and Prototyping
125
51 PROTOTYPING
126
52 FINITEELEMENT MODELING AND ANALYSIS
130
53 OPTIMIZATION
146
DiscreteParts Manufacturing
163
Metal Casting Powder Processing and Plastics Molding
165
62 POWDER PROCESSING
176
63 PLASTICS PROCESSING
183
Metal Forming
199
71 OVERVIEW OF METAL FORMING
200
72 FORGING
206
73 SHEET METAL FORMING
213
74 QUICK DIE EXCHANGE
218
Machining
225
81 NONABRASIVE MACHINING
226
82 MECHANICS OF CUTTINGSINGLEPOINT TOOLS
235
83 TOOL WEAR AND SURFACE FINISH
243
84 ABRASIVE CUTTING
250
Modern Manufacturing Techniques
261
91 NONLASER MACHINING
263
106 AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY OF SMALL MECHANICAL COMPONENTS
341
WorkholdingFixtures and Jigs
363
111 PRINCIPLES OF WORKHOLDING
364
112 JIGS
369
113 FIXTURES
371
114 COMPUTERAIDED FIXTURE DESIGN AND RECONFIGURATION
378
Material Handling
385
121 INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS
386
122 CONVEYORS
391
123 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS
394
124 AUTOMATED STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL
404
126 AUTOMOBILE ASSEMBLY
408
Automatic Control in Manufacturing
419
Instrumentation for Manufacturing Control
423
131 PROCESS CONTROL AND CONTROLLERS
424
132 MOTION SENSORS
427
133 FORCE SENSORS
441
134 MACHINE VISION
443
135 ACTUATORS
456
Control of Production and Assembly Machines
467
142 CONTROL OF ROBOTIC MANIPULATORS
481
Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems
509
151 AUTOMATA THEORY FOR DISCRETE EVENT SYSTEM MODELING
513
152 PETRI NETS
520
153 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
527
Control of Manufacturing Quality
541
161 MODERN HISTORY OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT
543
162 INSPECTION FOR QUALITY CONTROL
545
163 BASICS IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS THEORIES
554
164 PROCESS CAPABILITY
560
165 STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL
562
166 ISO 9000
567
Index
581
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