Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials
This text offers a quantitative and analytical approach to manufacturing processes. It provides a broad coverage of the major aspects of manufacturing processes and attempts to present a balanced view of the important fundamentals, analytical approaches and relevant applications. Examples and end of chapter problems are included as well as a summary of formulae for each chapter.
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