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Titel:   Modern Materials and Manufacturing Processes
Reihe:   Prentice Hall
Autor:   R. Gregg Bruce / William K. Dalton / John E. Neely / Richard R. Kibbe
Verlag:   Prentice Hall
Einband:   Hardcover
Auflage:   3
Sprache:   Englisch
Seiten:   480
Erschienen:   September 2003
ISBN13:   9780130946980
ISBN10:   0-13-094698-2
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Modern Materials and Manufacturing Processes

Description

For introductory undergraduate technology and engineering technology courses in Materials and Manufacturing processes, including Material Science and Metallurgy found in 2-year and 4-year programs.

This text 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.


Features

  • NEW - Chapters added-Chapter 21 “Product and Process Design;” and Chapter 22 “Automation in Manufacturing.”
    • Provides students with a discussion of rapid prototyping technologies; a separate presentation of the design of the manufacturing process; and current coverage of CAD, CAM, and automation presented as mainstream technology for many types of manufacturing, including mass production.

  • NEW - Reorganized content throughout-Includes moving two quality assurance and measurement chapters after the chapters covering manufacturing processes.
    • Enables students to build upon the basics of the subject matter with more involved topics.

  • NEW - Updated chapter-end review questions.
    • Gives students the opportunity to check their comprehension of key concepts in each chapter before moving on-using updated questions that reflect chapter updates.

  • NEW - Chapter 7 on “Design Specifications and the Capability of the Manufacturing Process.”
    • Explains the critical importance of precision in the selection and utilization of a manufacturing process. This is an important prerequisite for the discussion of manufacturing processes in subsequent chapters.

  • NEW - Expanded and added coverage throughout-i.e., polymers and ceramics; phase diagrams; solid solution strengthening; molten metal safety; and corrosion cell and oxidation processes.
    • Presents students with the most current information available in the field.

  • NEW - Key Terms.
    • Supplies students with a list of approximately twelve “key terms” on the first page of each chapter-each term can also be found in the expanded Glossary.

  • NEW - Numerous added, updated, and corrected figures.
    • Enables students to see people wearing safety glasses in industry; shows them present-day equipment; accurately reflects 21st century data; and overall, gives the text an updated look with recent illustrations and tables.

  • NEW - Introductory summary
    • Begins each chapter to preview chapter content.

  • NEW - Expanded Glossary
    • Includes approximately 160 new terms.

  • Four-part organization-Part I presents materials and their applications; Part II presents specific manufacturing processes; Part III emphasizes tolerances, measurement, and calibration; and Part IV discusses the design, tooling, and production aspects of manufacturing.
    • Helps students understand materials and design requirements before discussing the capabilities of the processes.

  • Case studies and case problems-Included where appropriate.
    • Promotes thought and discussion on the part of the student and places content in a real-world context for better understanding.

  • Technical, non-analytical approach.
    • Provides students with practical, down-to-earth descriptions of manufacturing processes, equipment and tooling-based on the underlying engineering principles.

  • Clear and straightforward writing style.
    • Makes the text easily understood by both technology and vocational students.

  • Emphasis on processes rather than hardware.
    • Teaches manufacturing processes from the perspectives of the manufacturing engineer/technologist.

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New to this Edition

  • Chapters added-Chapter 21 “Product and Process Design;” and Chapter 22 “Automation in Manufacturing.”
    • Provides students with a discussion of rapid prototyping technologies; a separate presentation of the design of the manufacturing process; and current coverage of CAD, CAM, and automation presented as mainstream technology for many types of manufacturing, including mass production.

  • Reorganized content throughout-Includes moving two quality assurance and measurement chapters after the chapters covering manufacturing processes.
    • Enables students to build upon the basics of the subject matter with more involved topics.

  • Updated chapter-end review questions.
    • Gives students the opportunity to check their comprehension of key concepts in each chapter before moving on-using updated questions that reflect chapter updates.

  • Chapter 7 on “Design Specifications and the Capability of the Manufacturing Process.”
    • Explains the critical importance of precision in the selection and utilization of a manufacturing process. This is an important prerequisite for the discussion of manufacturing processes in subsequent chapters.

  • Expanded and added coverage throughout-i.e., polymers and ceramics; phase diagrams; solid solution strengthening; molten metal safety; and corrosion cell and oxidation processes.
    • Presents students with the most current information available in the field.

  • Key Terms.
    • Supplies students with a list of approximately twelve “key terms” on the first page of each chapter-each term can also be found in the expanded Glossary.

  • Numerous added, updated, and corrected figures.
    • Enables students to see people wearing safety glasses in industry; shows them present-day equipment; accurately reflects 21st century data; and overall, gives the text an updated look with recent illustrations and tables.

  • Introductory summary
    • Begins each chapter to preview chapter content.

  • Expanded Glossary
    • Includes approximately 160 new terms.

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Table of Contents



Introduction to Materials and Manufacturing.

I. MATERIALS OF MANUFACTURE.

 1. The Atomic Structures of Materials.
 2. Properties of Metals.
 3. Changing the Properties of Metals.
 4. Mining and Extraction of Metals.
 5. Extraction and Refinement of Common Nonmetallic Metals.
 6. Selection and Application of Materials.

II. SURVEY OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES.

 7. Design Specifications and the Capability of the Manufacturing Process.
 8. Processing of Metals: Casting.
 9. Processing of Metals: Hot Working.
10. Processing of Metals: Cold Working.
11. Powder Metallurgy.
12. Principles of Machining Processes.
13. Machine Tool Operations.
14. Non-Traditional Manufacturing Processes.
15. Joining Processes.
16. Processing of Plastics and Composites.
17. Processing Other Industrial Materials.
18. Corrosion and Protection of Materials.

III. MEASUREMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE.

19. Quality Assurance and Control.
20. Inspection and Measurement.

IV. MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS.

21. Product and Process Design.
22. Automation in Manufacturing.
Glossary.
Index.
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Back Cover

Modern Materials and Manufacturing Processes, Third Edition, is an introductory text that presents broad coverage of both materials and processes, from raw material to finished product: The text is written for a survey course that covers both materials and manufacturing processes at the technology level.

In the third edition, topics have been reordered and updated throughout to be more logical and complete. For instance, the new Chapter 7 introduces design requirements before subsequent chapters cover manufacturing processes. Manufacturing processes are covered before measurement and quality assurance. New and updated illustrations in every chapter maintain the texts reputation for abundant and excellent graphics.

New features of this edition:
  • New and updated illustrations throughout
  • Key Terms feature begins each chapter
  • New introductory summary at start of each chapter
  • New "Introduction" chapter
  • Expanded coverage of ceramics, plastics, and composites
  • New Chapter 7, "Design Specifications and the Capability of the Manufacturing Process," introduces requirements before the subsequent chapters cover manufacturing processes
  • New Chapter 22 covers automation and mass production
  • Glossary with 160 new entries
Other features of this text:
  • Review Questions end each chapter
  • Case Problems in most chapters
  • Boldface glossary terms throughout chapter discussions
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Reader Review(s)


"I like your book for a survey of manufacturing processes. Most other books go into such detail that it could take two, three, or four courses to fully cover the material. It is difficult to use a book of that depth as an introduction to manufacturing; your book will do the job." - Thomas J. Beck, Texas A&M University




"The text's strengths are excellent illustrations, breadth of topics, and easy-to-understand treatment." - Ramamurthy Prabhakaran, Old Dominion University


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