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DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing / J. Temple Black, Ronald A. Kohser

By: Black, J. Temple [autor].
Contributor(s): Kohser, Ronald [autor].
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, ©2012Edition: 11th ed.Description: xvi, 1143 páginas : ilustraciones ; 28 cm.Content type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780470924679.Subject(s): Materiales | Procesos de fabricaciónDDC classification: 670
Contents:
Introduction to DeGarmo´s materials and processe in manufacturing. -- Manufaturing systems desing. -- Heat treatment. -- Fundamentals of metal forming. -- Powder metallurgy. -- Cutting tools for maching. -- Fundamentals of joining. -- Quality engineering. -- Manufacturing automation.
Summary: The new edition of DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing focuses on updates and more coverage of non-metallic materials, sustainability, lean manufacturing, rapid prototyping and revised end of chapter and case study content. It emphasizes application and design, present mathematical models and analytic equations sparingly and uses case studies to highlight real world examples of manufacturing. Other revisions and updates include the addition of frontend Learning Objectives; elimination of weak problems and addition of new problems; more relevant and current case studies as well as additional new ones where appropriate; new chapter on Rapid Prototyping; expanded coverage of non-metallic materials such as composites, polymers, etc. ; a discussion about sustainability and green, and engineering and how it relates to manufacturing; coverage of lean manufacturing and production; and updated references and chapter summaries.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Now in its eleventh edition, DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing has been a market-leading text on manufacturing and manufacturing processes courses for more than fifty years. Authors J T. Black and Ron Kohser have continued this book's long and distinguished tradition of exceedingly clear presentation and highly practical approach to materials and processes, presenting mathematical models and analytical equations only when they enhance the basic understanding of the material. Completely revised and updated to reflect all current practices, standards, and materials, the eleventh edition has new coverage of additive manufacturing, lean engineering, and processes related to ceramics, polymers, and plastics.

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Introduction to DeGarmo´s materials and processe in manufacturing. -- Manufaturing systems desing. -- Heat treatment. -- Fundamentals of metal forming. -- Powder metallurgy. -- Cutting tools for maching. -- Fundamentals of joining. -- Quality engineering. -- Manufacturing automation.

The new edition of DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing focuses on updates and more coverage of non-metallic materials, sustainability, lean manufacturing, rapid prototyping and revised end of chapter and case study content. It emphasizes application and design, present mathematical models and analytic equations sparingly and uses case studies to highlight real world examples of manufacturing. Other revisions and updates include the addition of frontend Learning Objectives; elimination of weak problems and addition of new problems; more relevant and current case studies as well as additional new ones where appropriate; new chapter on Rapid Prototyping; expanded coverage of non-metallic materials such as composites, polymers, etc. ; a discussion about sustainability and green, and engineering and how it relates to manufacturing; coverage of lean manufacturing and production; and updated references and chapter summaries.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing (p. 1)
  • 1.1 Materials, Manufacturing, and the Standard of Living (p. 1)
  • 1.2 Manufacturing and Production Systems (p. 3)
  • Case Study Famous Manufacturing Engineers (p. 28)
  • Chapter 2 Manufacturing Systems Design (p. 30)
  • 2.1 Introduction (p. 30)
  • 2.2 Manufacturing Systems (p. 30)
  • 2.3 Control of the Manufacturing System (p. 32)
  • 2.4 Classification of Manufacturing Systems (p. 33)
  • 2.5 Summary of Factory Designs (p. 49)
  • Case Study Jury Duty for an Engineer (p. 58)
  • Chapter 3 Properties of Materials (p. 59)
  • 3.1 Introduction (p. 59)
  • 3.2 Static Properties (p. 61)
  • 3.3 Dynamic Properties (p. 74)
  • 3.4 Temperature Effects (Both High and Low) (p. 79)
  • 3.5 Machinability, Formability, and Weldability (p. 83)
  • 3.6 Fracture Toughness and the Fracture Mechanics Approach (p. 83)
  • 3.7 Physical Properties (p. 85)
  • 3.8 Testing Standards and Testing Concerns (p. 85)
  • Case Study Separation of Mixed Materials (p. 88)
  • Chapter 4 Nature of Metals and Alloys (p. 89)
  • 4.1 Structure-Property-Processing-Performance Relationships (p. 89)
  • 4.2 The Structure of Atoms (p. 90)
  • 4.3 Atomic Bonding (p. 90)
  • 4.4 Secondary Bonds (p. 92)
  • 4.5 Atom Arrangements in Materials (p. 92)
  • 4.6 Crystal Structures of Metals (p. 93)
  • 4.7 Development of a Grain Structure (p. 94)
  • 4.8 Elastic Deformation (p. 95)
  • 4.9 Plastic Deformation (p. 96)
  • 4.10 Dislocation Theory of Slippage (p. 97)
  • 4.11 Strain Hardening or Work Hardening (p. 98)
  • 4.12 Plastic Deformation in Polycrystalline Metals (p. 99)
  • 4.13 Grain Shape and Anisotropic Properties (p. 100)
  • 4.14 Fracture of Metals (p. 101)
  • 4.15 Cold Working, Recrystallization, and Hot Working (p. 101)
  • 4.16 Grain Growth (p. 102)
  • 4.17 Alloys and Alloy Types (p. 102)
  • 4.18 Atomic Structure and Electrical Properties (p. 103)
  • Chapter 5 Equilibrium Phase Diagrams and the Iron-Carbon System (p. 106)
  • 5.1 Introduction (p. 106)
  • 5.2 Phases (p. 106)
  • 5.3 Equilibrium Phase Diagrams (p. 106)
  • 5.4 Iron-Carbon Equilibrium Diagram (p. 114)
  • 5.5 Steels and the Simplified Iron-Carbon Diagram (p. 116)
  • 5.6 Cast Irons (p. 117)
  • Case Study Fish Hooks (p. 120)
  • Chapter 6 Heat Treatment (p. 121)
  • 6.1 Introduction (p. 121)
  • 6.2 Processing Heat Treatments (p. 122)
  • 6.3 Heat Treatments Used to Increase Strength (p. 125)
  • 6.4 Strengthening Heat Treatments for Nonferrous Metals (p. 125)
  • 6.5 Strengthening Heat Treatments for Steel (p. 128)
  • 6.6 Surface Hardening of Steel (p. 143)
  • 6.7 Furnaces (p. 145)
  • 6.8 Heat Treatment and Energy (p. 147)
  • Case Study A Carpenter's Claw Hammer (p. 150)
  • Chapter 7 Ferrous Metals and Alloys (p. 152)
  • 7.1 Introduction to History-Dependent Materials (p. 152)
  • 7.2 Ferrous Metals (p. 152)
  • 7.3 Iron (p. 153)
  • 7.4 Steel (p. 154)
  • 7.5 Stainless Steels (p. 168)
  • 7.6 Tool Steels (p. 171)
  • 7.7 Cast Irons (p. 173)
  • 7.8 Cast Steels (p. 178)
  • 7.9 The Role of Processing on Cast Properties (p. 179)
  • Case Study The Paper Clip (p. 181)
  • Chapter 8 Nonferrous Metals and Alloys (p. 182)
  • 8.1 Introduction (p. 182)
  • 8.2 Copper and Copper Alloys (p. 183)
  • 8.3 Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys (p. 188)
  • 8.4 Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys (p. 196)
  • 8.5 Zinc and Zinc Alloys (p. 198)
  • 8.6 Titanium and Titanium Alloys (p. 199)
  • 8.7 Nickel-Based Alloys (p. 201)
  • 8.8 Superalloys, Refractory Metals, and Other Materials Designed for High-Temperature Service (p. 201)
  • 8.9 Lead and Tin, and Their Alloys (p. 203)
  • 8.10 Some Lesser-Known Metals and Alloys (p. 204)
  • 8.11 Metallic Glasses (p. 204)
  • 8.12 Graphite (p. 205)
  • Case Study Hip Replacement Prosthetics (p. 207)
  • Chapter 9 Nonmetallic Materials: Plastics, Elastomers, Ceramics, and Composites (p. 208)
  • 9.1 Introduction (p. 208)
  • 9.2 Plastics (p. 209)
  • 9.3 Elastomers (p. 222)
  • 9.4 Ceramics (p. 224)
  • 9.5 Composite Materials (p. 234)
  • Case Study Lightweight Armor (p. 247)
  • Chapter 10 Material Selection (p. 248)
  • 10.1 Introduction (p. 248)
  • 10.2 Material Selection and Manufacturing Processes (p. 252)
  • 10.3 The Design Process (p. 252)
  • 10.4 Approaches to Material Selection (p. 253)
  • 10.5 Additional Factors to Consider (p. 256)
  • 10.6 Consideration of the Manufacturing Process (p. 258)
  • 10.7 Ultimate Objective (p. 258)
  • 10.8 Materials Substitution (p. 260)
  • 10.9 Effect of Product Liability on Materials Selection (p. 261)
  • 10.10 Aids to Material Selection (p. 262)
  • Case Study Material Selection (p. 266)
  • Chapter 11 Fundamentals of Casting (p. 267)
  • 11.1 Introduction to Materials Processing (p. 267)
  • 11.2 Introduction to Casting (p. 269)
  • 11.3 Casting Terminology (p. 270)
  • 11.4 The Solidification Process (p. 271)
  • 11.5 Patterns (p. 281)
  • 11.6 Design Considerations in Castings (p. 284)
  • 11.7 The Casting Industry (p. 287)
  • Case Study The Cast Oil-Field Fitting (p. 290)
  • Chapter 12 Expendable-Mold Casting Processes (p. 291)
  • 12.1 Introduction (p. 291)
  • 12.2 Sand Casting (p. 292)
  • 12.3 Cores and Core Making (p. 307)
  • 12.4 Other Expendable-Mold Processes with Multiple-Use Patterns (p. 311)
  • 12.5 Expendable-Mold Processes Using Single-Use Patterns (p. 313)
  • 12.6 Shakeout, Cleaning, and Finishing (p. 320)
  • 12.7 Summary (p. 320)
  • Case Study Movable and Fixed Jaw Pieces for a Heavy-Duty Bench Vise (p. 322)
  • Chapter 13 Multiple-Use-Mold Casting Processes (p. 323)
  • 13.1 Introduction (p. 323)
  • 13.2 Permanent-Mold Casting (p. 323)
  • 13.3 Die Casting (p. 327)
  • 13.4 Squeeze Casting and Semisolid Casting (p. 331)
  • 13.5 Centrifugal Casting (p. 333)
  • 13.6 Continuous Casting (p. 335)
  • 13.7 Melting (p. 336)
  • 13.8 Pouring Practice (p. 339)
  • 13.9 Cleaning, Finishing, and Heat Treating of Castings (p. 339)
  • 13.10 Automation in Foundry Operations (p. 341)
  • 13.11 Process Selection (p. 341)
  • Case Study Baseplate for a Household Steam Iron (p. 344)
  • Chapter 14 Fabrication of Plastics, Ceramics, and Composites (p. 345)
  • 14.1 Introduction (p. 345)
  • 14.2 Fabrication of Plastics (p. 345)
  • 14.3 Processing of Rubber and Elastomers (p. 359)
  • 14.4 Processing of Ceramics (p. 360)
  • 14.5 Fabrication of Composite Materials (p. 364)
  • Case Study Automotive and Light Truck Fuel Tanks (p. 378)
  • Chapter 15 Fundamentals of Metal Forming (p. 379)
  • 15.1 Introduction (p. 379)
  • 15.2 Forming Processes: Independent Variables (p. 380)
  • 15.3 Dependent Variables (p. 382)
  • 15.4 Independent-Dependent Relationships (p. 382)
  • 15.5 Process Modeling (p. 383)
  • 15.6 General Parameters (p. 384)
  • 15.7 Friction and Lubrication Under Metalworking Conditions (p. 385)
  • 15.8 Temperature Concerns (p. 387)
  • 15.9 Formability (p. 395)
  • Case Study Interior Tub of a Top-Loading Washing Machine (p. 397)
  • Chapter 16 Bulk-Forming Processes (p. 398)
  • 16.1 Introduction (p. 398)
  • 16.2 Classification of Deformation Processes (p. 398)
  • 16.3 Bulk Deformation Processes (p. 399)
  • 16.4 Rolling (p. 399)
  • 16.5 Forging (p. 406)
  • 16.6 Extrusion (p. 418)
  • 16.7 Wire, Rod, and Tube Drawing (p. 424)
  • 16.8 Cold Forming, Cold Forging, and Impact Extrusion (p. 427)
  • 16.9 Piercing (p. 431)
  • 16.10 Other Squeezing Processes (p. 432)
  • 16.11 Surface Improvement by Deformation Processing (p. 434)
  • Case Study Handle and Body of a Large Ratchet Wrench (p. 439)
  • Chapter 17 Sheet-Forming Processes (p. 440)
  • 17.1 Introduction (p. 440)
  • 17.2 Shearing Operations (p. 440)
  • 17.3 Bending (p. 449)
  • 17.4 Drawing and Stretching Processes (p. 456)
  • 17.5 Alternative Methods of Producing Sheet-Type Products (p. 471)
  • 17.6 Pipe Manufacture (p. 472)
  • 17.7 Presses (p. 472)
  • Case Study Automotive Body Panels (p. 480)
  • Chapter 18 Powder Metallurgy (p. 481)
  • 18.1 Introduction (p. 481)
  • 18.2 The Basic Process (p. 482)
  • 18.3 Powder Manufacture (p. 483)
  • 18.4 Microcrystalline and Amorphous Material Produced by Rapid Cooling (p. 484)
  • 18.5 Powder Testing and Evaluation (p. 484)
  • 18.6 Powder Mixing and Blending (p. 485)
  • 18.7 Compacting (p. 485)
  • 18.8 Sintering (p. 489)
  • 18.9 Recent Advances in Sintering (p. 490)
  • 18.10 Hot-Isostatic Pressing (p. 491)
  • 18.11 Other Techniques to Produce High-Density Powder Metallurgy Products (p. 492)
  • 18.12 Metal Injection Molding or Powder Injection Molding (p. 493)
  • 18.13 Secondary Operations (p. 495)
  • 18.14 Properties of Powder Metallurgy Products (p. 497)
  • 18.15 Design of Powder Metallurgy Parts (p. 498)
  • 18.16 Powder Metallurgy Products (p. 499)
  • 18.17 Advantages and Disadvantages of Powder Metallurgy (p. 501)
  • 18.18 Process Summary (p. 502)
  • Case Study Steering Gear for a Riding Lawn Mower/Garden Tractor (p. 506)
  • Chapter 19 Additive Processes: Rapid Prototyping and Direct-Digital Manufacturing (p. 507)
  • 19.1 Introduction (p. 507)
  • 19.2 Rapid Prototyping and Direct-Digital Manufacturing (p. 508)
  • 19.3 Layerwise Manufacturing (p. 510)
  • 19.4 Liquid-Based Processes (p. 514)
  • 19.5 Powder-Based Processes (p. 517)
  • 19.6 Deposition-Based Processes (p. 521)
  • 19.7 Uses and Applications (p. 524)
  • 19.8 Pros, Cons, and Current and Future Trends (p. 528)
  • 19.9 Economic Considerations (p. 529)
  • Chapter 20 Fundamentals of Machining/Orthogonal Machining (p. 533)
  • 20.1 Introduction (p. 533)
  • 20.2 Fundamentals (p. 533)
  • 20.3 Forces and Power in Machining (p. 541)
  • 20.4 Orthogonal Machining (Two Forces) (p. 547)
  • 20.5 Chip Thickness Ratio (p. 551)
  • 20.6 Mechanics of Machining (Statics) (p. 553)
  • 20.7 Shear Strain, g, and Shear Front Angle (p. 555)
  • 20.8 Mechanics of Machining (Dynamics) (p. 557)
  • 20.9 Summary (p. 564)
  • Case Study Orthogonal Plate Machining Experiment at Auburn University (p. 568)
  • Chapter 21 Cutting Tools for Machining (p. 569)
  • 21.1 Introduction (p. 569)
  • 21.2 Cutting Tool Materials (p. 573)
  • 21.3 Tool Geometry (p. 587)
  • 21.4 Tool-Coating Processes (p. 589)
  • 21.5 Tool Failure and Tool Life (p. 592)
  • 21.6 Flank Wear (p. 593)
  • 21.7 Cutting Fluids (p. 599)
  • 21.8 Economics of Machining (p. 600)
  • Case Study Comparing Tool Materials Based on Tool Life (p. 608)
  • Chapter 22 Turning and Boring Processes (p. 609)
  • 22.1 Introduction (p. 609)
  • 22.2 Fundamentals of Turning, Boring, and Facing Turning (p. 611)
  • 22.3 Lathe Design and Terminology (p. 617)
  • 22.4 Cutting Tools for Lathes (p. 625)
  • 22.5 Workholding in Lathes (p. 629)
  • Case Study Estimating the Machining Time for Turning (p. 636)
  • Chapter 23 Drilling and Related Hole-Making Processes (p. 637)
  • 23.1 Introduction (p. 637)
  • 23.2 Fundamentals of the Drilling Process (p. 638)
  • 23.3 Types of Drills (p. 640)
  • 23.4 Tool Holders for Drills (p. 652)
  • 23.5 Workholding for Drilling (p. 654)
  • 23.6 Machine Tools for Drilling (p. 654)
  • 23.7 Cutting Fluids for Drilling (p. 657)
  • 23.8 Counterboring, Countersinking, and Spot Facing (p. 659)
  • 23.9 Reaming (p. 659)
  • Case Study Bolt-down Leg on a Casting (p. 664)
  • Chapter 24 Milling (p. 665)
  • 24.1 Introduction (p. 665)
  • 24.2 Fundamentals of Milling Processes (p. 665)
  • 24.3 Milling Tools and Cutters (p. 672)
  • 24.4 Machines for Milling (p. 678)
  • Case Study HSS versus Tungsten Carbide Milling (p. 685)
  • Chapter 25 Sawing, Broaching, and Other Machining Processes (p. 686)
  • 25.1 Introduction (p. 686)
  • 25.2 Introduction to Sawing (p. 686)
  • 25.3 Introduction to Broaching (p. 694)
  • 25.4 Fundamentals of Broaching (p. 695)
  • 25.5 Broaching Machines (p. 703)
  • 25.6 Introduction to Shaping and Planing (p. 704)
  • 25.7 Introduction to Filing (p. 709)
  • Case Study Cost Estimating-Planing vs. Milling (p. 713)
  • Chapter 26 Abrasive Machining Processes (p. 714)
  • 26.1 Introduction (p. 714)
  • 26.2 Abrasives (p. 715)
  • 26.3 Grinding Wheel Structure and Grade (p. 721)
  • 26.4 Grinding Wheel Identification (p. 726)
  • 26.5 Grinding Machines (p. 730)
  • 26.6 Honing (p. 738)
  • 26.7 Superfinishing (p. 740)
  • 26.8 Free Abrasives (p. 742)
  • 26.9 Design Considerations In Grinding (p. 746)
  • Case Study Process Planning for the MfE (p. 748)
  • Chapter 27 Workholding Devices for Machine Tools (p. 749)
  • 27.1 Introduction (p. 749)
  • 27.2 Conventional Fixture Design (p. 749)
  • 27.3 Tool Design Steps (p. 752)
  • 27.4 Clamping Considerations (p. 753)
  • 27.5 Chip Disposal (p. 755)
  • 27.6 Unloading and Loading Time (p. 756)
  • 27.7 Example of Jig Design (p. 756)
  • 27.8 Types of Jigs (p. 758)
  • 27.9 Conventional Fixtures (p. 759)
  • 27.10 Modular Fixturing (p. 761)
  • 27.11 Setup and Changeover (p. 763)
  • 27.12 Clamps (p. 765)
  • 27.13 Other Workholding Devices (p. 766)
  • 27.14 Economic Justification of Jigs and Fixtures (p. 769)
  • Case Study Fixture versus No Fixture in Milling (p. 774)
  • Chapter 28 Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes (p. 775)
  • 28.1 Introduction (p. 775)
  • 28.2 Chemical Machining Processes (p. 777)
  • 28.3 Electrochemical Machining Processes (p. 783)
  • 28.4 Electrical Discharge Machining (p. 790)
  • Case Study Vented Cap Screws (p. 802)
  • Chapter 29 Lean Engineering (p. 803)
  • 29.1 Introduction (p. 803)
  • 29.2 The Lean Engineer (p. 803)
  • 29.3 The Lean Production System (p. 804)
  • 29.4 Linked-Cell Manufacturing System Design Rules (p. 804)
  • 29.5 Manufacturing System Designs (p. 806)
  • 29.6 Preliminary Steps to Lean Production (p. 808)
  • 29.7 Methodology for Implementation of Lean Production (p. 808)
  • 29.8 Design Rule MT (p. 823)
  • 29.9 Decouplers (p. 825)
  • 29.10 Integrating Production Control (p. 828)
  • 29.11 Integrating Inventory Control (p. 832)
  • 29.12 Lean Manufacturing Cell Design (p. 833)
  • 29.13 Machine Tool Design for Lean Manufacturing Cells (p. 838)
  • 29.14 L-CMS Strategy (p. 841)
  • Case Study Cycle Time for a Manufacturing Cell (p. 844)
  • Chapter 30 Fundamentals of Joining (p. 845)
  • 30.1 Introduction to Consolidation Processes (p. 845)
  • 30.2 Classification of Welding and Thermal Cutting Processes (p. 846)
  • 30.3 Some Common Concerns (p. 847)
  • 30.4 Types of Fusion Welds and Types of Joints (p. 847)
  • 30.5 Design Considerations (p. 850)
  • 30.6 Heat Effects (p. 850)
  • 30.7 Weldability or Joinability (p. 857)
  • 30.8 Summary (p. 858)
  • Chapter 31 Gas Flame and Arc Processes (p. 860)
  • 31.1 Oxyfuel-Gas Welding (p. 860)
  • 31.2 Oxygen Torch Cutting (p. 864)
  • 31.3 Flame Straightening (p. 866)
  • 31.4 Arc Welding (p. 867)
  • 31.5 Consumable-Electrode Arc Welding (p. 869)
  • 31.6 Nonconsumable-Electrode Arc Welding (p. 877)
  • 31.7 Welding Equipment (p. 882)
  • 31.8 Arc Cutting (p. 884)
  • 31.9 Metallurgical and Heat Effects in Thermal Cutting (p. 886)
  • Case Study Bicycle Frame Construction and Repair (p. 888)
  • Chapter 32 Resistance- and Solid-State Welding Processes (p. 890)
  • 32.1 Introduction (p. 890)
  • 32.2 Theory of Resistance Welding (p. 890)
  • 32.3 Resistance-Welding Processes (p. 893)
  • 32.4 Advantages and Limitations of Resistance Welding (p. 898)
  • 32.5 Solid-State Welding Processes (p. 899)
  • Case Study Manufacture of an Automobile Muffler (p. 909)
  • Chapter 33 Other Welding Processes, Brazing, and Soldering (p. 910)
  • 33.1 Introduction (p. 910)
  • 33.2 Other Welding and Cutting Processes (p. 910)
  • 33.3 Surface Modification by Welding-Related Processes (p. 919)
  • 33.4 Brazing (p. 922)
  • 33.5 Soldering (p. 931)
  • Case Study Impeller of a Pharmaceutical Company Industrial Shredder/Disposal (p. 937)
  • Chapter 34 Adhesive Bonding, Mechanical Fastening, and Joining of Nonmetals (p. 938)
  • 34.1 Adhesive Bonding (p. 938)
  • 34.2 Mechanical Fastening (p. 947)
  • 34.3 Joining of Plastics (p. 951)
  • 34.4 Joining of Ceramics and Glass (p. 953)
  • 34.5 Joining of Composites (p. 954)
  • Case Study Golf Club Heads with Insert (p. 956)
  • Chapter 35 Measurement and Inspection (p. 958)
  • 35.1 Introduction (p. 958)
  • 35.2 Standards of Measurement (p. 959)
  • 35.3 Allowance and Tolerance (p. 964)
  • 35.4 Inspection Methods for Measurement (p. 971)
  • 35.5 Measuring Instruments (p. 973)
  • 35.6 Vision Systems for Measurement (p. 982)
  • 35.7 Coordinate Measuring Machines (p. 983)
  • 35.8 Angle-Measuring Instruments (p. 984)
  • 35.9 Gages for Attributes Measuring (p. 986)
  • Case Study Measuring An Angle (p. 993)
  • Chapter 36 Quality Engineering (p. 994)
  • 36.1 Introduction (p. 994)
  • 36.2 Determining Process Capability (p. 996)
  • 36.3 Introduction to Statistical Quality Control (p. 1004)
  • 36.4 Sampling Errors (p. 1008)
  • 36.5 Gage Capability (p. 1009)
  • 36.6 Just in Time/Total Quality Control (p. 1010)
  • 36.7 Six Sigma (p. 1021)
  • 36.8 Summary (p. 1024)
  • Case Study Boring QC Chart Blunders (p. 1029)
  • Chapter 37 Surface Engineering (p. 1030)
  • 37.1 Introduction (p. 1030)
  • 37.2 Abrasive Cleaning and Finishing (p. 1040)
  • 37.3 Chemical Cleaning (p. 1045)
  • 37.4 Coatings (p. 1048)
  • 37.5 Vaporized Metal Coatings (p. 1058)
  • 37.6 Clad Materials (p. 1058)
  • 37.7 Textured Surfaces (p. 1058)
  • 37.8 Coil-Coated Sheets (p. 1059)
  • 37.9 Edge Finishing and Burrs (p. 1059)
  • Case Study Dana Lynn's Fatigue Lesson (p. 1064)
  • Chapter 38 Micro/Meso/Nano Fabrication Processes (p. 1067)
  • 38.1 Introduction (p. 1067)
  • 38.2 Additive Processes (p. 1068)
  • 38.3 Metrology at the Micro/Meso/Nano Level (p. 1083)
  • Chapter 39 Manufacturing Automation (p. 1086)
  • 39.1 Introduction (p. 1086)
  • 39.2 The A(4) Level of Automation (p. 1092)
  • 39.3 A(5) Evaluation or Adaptive Control (p. 1101)
  • 39.4 A(6) Level of Automation and Beyond (p. 1103)
  • 39.5 Robotics (p. 1105)
  • 39.6 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Automation (p. 1113)
  • 39.7 Computer-Aided Design (p. 1114)
  • 39.8 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (p. 1117)
  • 39.9 Summary (p. 1118)
  • Chapter 40 NC/CNC Processes and Adaptive Control: A(4) and A(5) Levels of Automation (p. 1122)
  • 40.1 Introduction (p. 1122)
  • 40.2 Basic Principles of Numerical Control (p. 1122)
  • 40.3 Machining Center Features and Trends (p. 1136)
  • 40.4 Ultra-High-Speed Machining Centers (p. 1139)
  • 40.5 Summary (p. 1140)
  • Chapter 41 Microelectric Manufacturing and Assembly (p. 1144)
  • 41.1 Introduction (p. 1144)
  • 41.2 How Electronic Products Are Made (p. 1144)
  • 41.3 Semiconductors (p. 1145)
  • 41.4 How Integrated Circuits Are Made (p. 1146)
  • 41.5 How the Silicon Wafer Is Made (p. 1149)
  • 41.6 Fabricating Integrated Circuits on Silicon Wafers (p. 1150)
  • 41.7 Thin-Film Deposition (p. 1157)
  • 41.8 Integrated Circuit Packaging (p. 1163)
  • 41.9 Printed Circuit Boards (p. 1170)
  • 41.10 Electronic Assembly (p. 1175)
  • Chapter 42 Thread and Gear Manufacturing (p. 1181)
  • 42.1 Introduction (p. 1181)
  • 42.2 Thread Making (p. 1186)
  • 42.3 Internal Thread CuttingTapping (p. 1190)
  • 42.4 Thread Milling (p. 1193)
  • 42.5 Thread Grinding (p. 1195)
  • 42.6 Thread Rolling (p. 1195)
  • 42.7 Gear Making (p. 1197)
  • 42.8 Gear Types (p. 1200)
  • 42.9 Gear Manufacturing (p. 1202)
  • 42.10 Machining of Gears (p. 1203)
  • 42.11 Gear Finishing (p. 1210)
  • 42.12 Gear Inspection (p. 1212)
  • Chapter 43 Nondestructive Inspection and Testing (p. 1215)
  • 43.1 Destructive versus Nondestructive Testing 1215 (web-based chapter)
  • 43.2 Other Methods of Nondestructive Testing and Inspection (p. 1226)
  • Chapter 44 The Enterprise (Production Systems) 1230 (web-based chapter)
  • 44.1 Introduction (p. 1230)
  • 44.2 Axiomatic Design of Systems (p. 1231)
  • 44.3 Enterprise System Design Principles (p. 1232)
  • 44.4 Functional Areas in the Production System (p. 1235)
  • 44.5 Human Resources (Personnel) Department (p. 1240)
  • Index I-2
  • Selected References for Additional Study S1

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