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Modern Materials and Manufacturing Processes

ISBN-10: 0130946982
ISBN-13: 9780130946980
Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)
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Description: This book introduces the current state-of-the-art technology in materials and manufacturing processes with an emphasis on the rapidly growing technologies in the plastics and aerospace industries. It takes a unique approach by presenting specific  More...

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Book details

List price: $217.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/25/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 480
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.948
Language: English

This book introduces the current state-of-the-art technology in materials and manufacturing processes with an emphasis on the rapidly growing technologies in the plastics and aerospace industries. It takes a unique approach by presenting specific materials and manufacturing processes, then progresses into a discussion of the ways in which these materials and processes are integrated into today's functioning manufacturing industry. KEY TOPICS" A four-part organization presents materials and their applications; covers specific manufacturing processes; emphasizes tolerances, measurement, and calibration; and discusses the design, tooling, and production aspects of manufacturing. For individuals preparing for an engineering technology career.

Introduction: The Importance of Training and Education in the High-Technology World
The Manufacturing Economy: Past, Present, and Future
The Computer's Influence in Manufacturing
Manufacturing Technology Today and Tomorrow
The Manufacturing Industry
Manufacturing and You
Materials of Manufacture
The Atomic Structures of Materials
Structure and Classification of Atoms
The Atom
Periodic Table
Atomic Bonding
Metals
Solidification of Metals
Polymers
Ceramics
Properties of Metals
Mechanical Properties
Physical Properties
Metallurgical Microscopy
Nondestructive Testing
Changing the Properties of Metals
Heating and Cooling of Metals
The Iron-Carbon Phase Diagram
Nonferrous Phase Diagrams
Principles of Heat Treating
Heat Treating Ferrous Metals
Solution Heat Treating and Precipitation Hardening (Hardening Nonferrous Metals)
Strengthening by Plastic Deformation and Alloying
Annealing
Heating Equipment
Mining and Extraction of Metals
Ores and Mining
Extraction of Iron
Steelmaking
Extraction of Aluminum
Extraction of Copper and Nickel
Extraction of Lead and Zinc
Extraction of Magnesium
Space-Age Metals
Extraction and Refinement of Common Nometallic Materials
Petrochemicals
Polymers
Plastic Finishes
Engineering Properties of Plastics
Elastomers and Adhesives
Petroleum Products
Ceramic Materials
Wood Products
Selection and Application of Materials
Classification Systems for Metals
Carbon and Alloy Steels
Tool Steels
Structural Steels
HSLA Steels
Stainless Steels
Cast Irons
Nonferrous Metals
Materials Identification
Fluid Analysis
Materials Applications
Survey of Manufacturing Processes
Design Specifications and the Capability of the Manufacturing Process
Product Specifications
The Capability of the Manufacturing Process
Processing of Metals: Casting
The Casting Process
Patterns
Sand Casting
Evaporative Casting Process
Shell Process
Permanent Mold Casting
Slush Casting
Centrifugal Casting
Investment Casting
Shaw Process
Die Casting
Furnaces and Metal Handling
Molten Metal Safety
Pouring Practice
Casting Cleanup
Casting Design and Problems
Processing of Metals: Hot Working
Hot Rolling
Strand Casting
Recrystallization
Forging Processes
Forging Dies
Upset Forging
Swaging
Hot Extrusion
Hot Drawing
Hot Spinning
Seamless Tubing
Pipe Welding (Roll Forming)
Processing of Metals: Cold Working
Factors in Cold Working
Cold Rolling in the Steel Mill
Cold Rolling of Nonferrous Metals
Blanking and Pressing
Drawing, Forming, and Extruding Metal
Miscellaneous Metal-Working Processes
Powder Metallurgy
How P/M Parts Are Made
Metal Powders
Powder Compaction
Sintering
Secondary Operations
P/M Products and Their Uses
Factors in Design of P/M Products
Principles of Machining Processes
Motion and Parameters: Speed, Feed, and Depth of Cut
Machining: Shearing Chips from the Workpiece
Cutting Tool Materials
Cutting Tool Geometry
Cutting Fluids
Calculation of Speeds and Feeds for Machining Operations
Machine Tool Operations
Basic Machine Tools
Turning Machines and Equipment
Milling Machines and Equipment
Shapers and Planers
Broaching
Gears
Abrasive Machining
Honing, Lapping, and Superfinishing
Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes
Electrodischarge Machining
Electrochemical Machining (ECM) and Electrochemical Deburring (ECDB)
Electrolytic Grinding (ELG)
Lasers and Laser Machining
Ultrasonic Machining
Water Jet Machining and Abrasive Water Jet Machining
Electron Beam Machining
Plasma Technology
Joining Processes
Mechanical Fasteners
Adhesive Bonding
Welding Processes
Brazing and Soldering
Thermal Spraying
Welding Plastics
Processing of Plastics and Composites
The Changing World of Plastic and Composite Materials
Processing Methods for Plastics
Composite Processing Methods
Composite Applications
Tool and Die Making for Plastics and Composite Processing
Processing of Other Industrial Materials
Glass
Ceramics
Wood, Wood Products, and Paper
Fabrics
Rubber
Natural Materials
Construction Materials
Corrosion and Protection of Materials
Metal Corrosion
Protection Methods
Preparing Materials for Surface Protection
Measurement and Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance and Control
Source Inspection before Manufacturing
Quality Control during Manufacturing
Product Service and Warranties after Manufacturing
Product Testing
Inspection and Measurement
Inspection
Comparison Inspection
Measurement, Precision, and Resolution
Measurement of Dimensions in Manufacturing Operations
Calibration, Standards, Interchangeability, and Traceability
Manufacturing Systems
Product and Process Design
Product Design
The Product Design Sequence
The Blueprint
Preparing for Manufacturing
Process Design
Manufacturing Execution
Automation in Manufacturing
Factors in Automation
Automation Systems in Manufacturing
CIM and Flexible Manufacturing Systems for the Integrated Factory
Industrial Robots
The Production Line and Mass Production
Glossary
Index

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