It follows a more quantitative and design-oriented approach than other texts in the market, helping readers gain a better understanding of important concepts.
Table of Contents : Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview of Manufacturing Part I. Material Properties and Product Attributes Chapter 2.
The Nature of Materials Chapter 3. Mechanical Properties of Materials Chapter 4. Physical Properties of Materials Chapter 5.
Engineering Materials Chapter 6. Metals Chapter 7.
Material and Manufacturing Processes
Ceramics Chapter 8. Polymers Chapter 9. Solidification Processes Chapter Fundamentals of Metal Casting Chapter Metal Casting Processes Chapter Glassworking Chapter Shaping Processes for Plastics Chapter Rubber-Processing Technology Chapter Particulate Processing of Metals and Ceramics Chapter Powder Metallurgy Chapter Processing of Ceramics and Cermets Part V.
Metal Forming and Sheet Metalworking Chapter Fundamentals of Metal Forming Chapter Sheet Metalworking Part VI. Material Removal Processes Chapter Theory of Metal Machining Chapter Machining Operations and Machine Tools Chapter Cutting-Tool Technology Chapter Grinding and other Abrasive Processes Chapter Heat Treatment of Metals Chapter Joining and Assembly Processes Chapter Fundamentals of Welding Chapter Welding Processes Chapter Brazing, Soldering, and Adhesive Bonding Chapter Mechanical Assembly Part IX.
Special Processing and Assembly Technologies Chapter Rapid Prototyping Chapter Processing of Integrated Circuits Chapter Electronics Assembly and Packaging Chapter Microfabrication Technologies Chapter Nanofabrication Technologies Part X. Manufacturing Systems Chapter Automation Technologies for Manufacturing Systems Chapter Manufacturing Support Systems Chapter Manufacturing Engineering Chapter Production Planning and Control Chapter Quality Control and Inspection.
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