Advances in Manufacturing Technology XV

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Tim O'Hagan
John Wiley & Sons, Nov 28, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 490 pages

An overview of the latest advances in manufacturing

In manufacturing, staying up to date with the newest technology has a direct impact on the bottom line. To this end, Advances in Manufacturing Technology XV provides an invaluable resource: papers presented at the 15th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, highlighting the latest findings and ongoing work of the world's leading labs. Showcasing innovation in efficiency, speed, safety, capability, and much more, these works represent the forefront of manufacturing today.

 

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Contents

Rapid manufacturing
11
the report and findings of
19
Complexity associated with suppliercustomer integration
31
Maintenance survey identification of lean thinking within maintenance
37
An easier route to Expert systems in manufacturing
43
The contribution of total quality and business process reengineering
49
Reducing uncertainty in SMEs by the use of lateral managerial relationships
55
A complex system approach to sustainable manufacturing organizations
61
Analysis of vibration drilling
149
Deflection compensation modelling in machining of complex lowrigidity parts
155
Grinding wheel cleaning using CO2 laser
161
E Urwin SRatchev KSPawar and I Moualek
343
Classes of complexity in manufacturing
351
Hardware in the loop systems using reconfigurable virtual environments
357
Lean manufacturing within a small aerospace company
363
Noise measurement and control in a press shop
371

Customerfocused design methodologies and their suitability for
69
Development of principles for ergonomic arena seating design
75
Development of IMS tools for mechatronic systems
87
Engine test data modelling by means of Breeder Genetic Algorithm
93
Parametric assembly design
99
FE simulation of a rolling contact problem in a shoeassembly process
105
Integrating casebased reasoning and hypermedia documentation
111
Improvement of the surface finish of multiaxis milled surfaces
119
Surface finish evaluations in highspeed machining of tool steel with
125
Modelling of the surface integrity of AISI H13 hot work tool steel when
131
The sharpness of grinding wheel
137
Heat penetration in deep grinding including a transient analysis
143
The effects of rescheduling on manufacturing systems complexity
377
Realtime condition monitoring using neural networks
383
Virtual groups a vehicle for the application of lean and agile concepts
389
Optimal scheduling in the operations management of water supply systems
395
Autoassociative neural networks in the monitoring and control of water quality
401
An operator monitoring scheme for timelimited learning
407
The application of lean principles to the design and implementation
415
The relationship between informationtheoretic and chaostheoretic
421
Design of a configurable manufacturing system
427
Empirical results from a hypermedia task support system implementation
433
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Tim O'Hagan is the author of Advances in Manufacturing Technology XV, published by Wiley.

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