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Manufacturing Processes Reference Guide

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Title: Manufacturing Processes Reference Guide
Author: Leo Alting, Robert H. Todd and Dell K. Allen
ISBN: 0831130490 / 9780831130497
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 512
Publisher: Industrial Press
Year: 2005
Availability: In Stock
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Written by a team of educators with unmatched experience, in collaboration with a consortium of industrial representatives from Black and Decker, Boeing, Caterpillar, General Motors, Grumman, Tektronix, Texas Instruments, Westinghouse, and Xerox, Manufacturing Processes Reference Guide provides thorough descriptions of over 125 of the most important processes available to industry today. This important resource encompasses the entire spectrum of manufacturing, from "Abrasive Jet Machining" to "Wire Drawing." Used with Fundamental Principles of Manufacturing Processes, the two books provide all the information needed to identify the ideal process for a specific manufacturing requirement.

"Todd, Allen, and Alting's book is intended to help integrate design and manufacturing engineering activities by providing students of engineering and designers in industry with easily accessible information about common manufacturing processes. The authors rightfully believe that the first step in designing a component is for the designer to become familiar with the processes that will be used in its manufacture. This always leads to more practical, less expensive, and better designed products. [Recommended for] upper-division undergraduate through professional."

  • Breaks down the treatment of each process into three categories: Knowledge, Application, and Development and organizes each process family based on common characteristics.
  • Comprehensively illustrates, defines, and explains each process to provide the reader with an unequaled understanding of the process and its applications.
  • Encourages an appreciation of the integration of design and manufacturing engineering activities that results in more practical, less expensive, and better designed products for the consumer.

Taxonomy of Manufacturing Processes

Chapter 1 : Mechanical Reducing
Chapter 2 : Thermal Reducing
Chapter 3 : Chemical Reducing
Chapter 4 : Consolidation
Chapter 5 : Deformation
Chapter 6 : Thermal Joining
Chapter 7 : Chemical Joining
Chapter 8 : Annealing
Chapter 9 : Hardening
Chapter 10 : Surface Preparation
Chapter 11 : Surface Coating
Chapter 12 : Surface Modifications


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