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Modern Manufacturing Processes. Woodhead Publishing Reviews: Mechanical Engineering Series

  • ID: 4991093
  • Book
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 272 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Modern Manufacturing Processes draws on the latest international research on traditional and non-traditional practices, to provide valuable advice on the digitization and automation of the manufacturing industry. In addition to providing technical details for the correct implementation of the latest tools and practices, the impacts on productivity and design quality are also examined.

The thorough classification of manufacturing processes will help readers to decide which technology is most effective for their requirements, and comparisons between modern and traditional methods will clarify the case for upgrading. This comprehensive assessment of technologies will include additive manufacturing, and industry 4.0, as well as hybrid methods where exceptional results have been gained through the use of traditional technology.

This collection of work by academics at the cutting edge of manufacturing research will help readers from a range of backgrounds to understand and apply these new technologies.

  • Explains how the correct implementation of modern manufacturing processes can help a factory gain the characteristics of an industry 4.0 business
  • Explores what the main technical and business drivers for new manufacturing processes are today
  • Provides detailed classifications and comparisons of traditional, non-traditional, and hybrid manufacturing processes
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Section I: Advances in Manufacturing Processes 1. Advanced Manufacturing Techniques for Composite Structures used in Aerospace Industries 2. Advances in Manufacturing Analysis: Fractal Theory in Modern Manufacturing

Section II: Application in Modern Manufacturing Processes 3. Weldability Appraisal of Dissimilar Metal Joints: Application of Ultrasonic Spot Welding to Li-ion Batteries 4. Applications of Coconut Shell Ash/Particles in Modern Manufacturing: A Case Study of Friction Stir Processing 5. Fractography Analysis and Constitutive modeling for dynamic plasticity of Austenite stainless steel (ASS 304) at Hot-working temperatures 6. Laser transmission welding of dissimilar plastics: Analyses of parametric effects and process optimization using grey based Taguchi method 7. Investigations on the Effect of Thickness and Rolling Direction of Thin Metal Foil on Forming Limit Curves in Micro Forming Process 8. Evaluation and Characterization of Rolling of Brass at Cryogenic Conditions 9. Multi axis CNC Programming and Machining

Section III: Sustainability in Modern Manufacturing Processes 10. Recycling of Polyethylene: An Attempt to Sachet and Bottled Water Sustainability in Ghana 11. Sustainability and survivability in Manufacturing Sector

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Kumar, Kaushik
Dr Kaushik Kumar is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, India. He has 14 years of experience in teaching and research, and over 11 years of industrial experience working for a global manufacturing company. He has 9 patents, has authored/edited 20 books and has 120 international journal publications, and 18 International and 8 National Conference publications to his credit.
Davim, J. Paulo
Dr. J. Paulo Davim is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Aveiro, Portugal. He has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience in manufacturing, materials and mechanical engineering. In addition, he has authored/co-authored more than 80 book chapters and 400 articles for journals and conferences. He is the Series Editor of the Woodhead Publishing Reviews Mechanical Engineering Series.
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