Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering

Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering
اسم المؤلف
Jack M. Walker
1 يونيو 2019
(لا توجد تقييمات)

Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering
Jack M. Walker
Consultant, Manufacturing Engineering
Merritt Island, Florida
Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York* Basel•hong Kongcontents
Foreword John F. Yardley
I. Product and Factory Development
1. Product Development
Jack M. Walker With Geoffrey Boothroyd
1.0 Introduction to Product Development
Concurrent Engineering
1.2 Quality Function Deployment
1.3 Design for Assembly Geoffrey Boothroyd and Jack M. Walker
1.4 Rapid Prototyping
2. Product Design
Jack M. Walker
2.0 Introduction to Product Design
2.1 Design for Machining
2.2 Design for Casting and Forging
2.3 Design for Sheet Metal
2.4 Process Selection
3. Factory Requirements
Vijay S . Sheth
3.0 Introduction to Facilities Requirements
3.1 General Factory Requirements
3.2 Requirements of the Manufacturing Process
Lxx Contents
3.3 Requirements for the Flow of Materials
Analysis of Factory Equipment Needs
Implementation Plan for Factory and Equipment
4. Factory Design
William L. Walker
4.0 Introduction to Facility Design and Construction
The Twenty-first-century Manufacturing Facility
Site Selection
The Building Program
Project Design
5. Human Elements in the Factory
Jack M. Walker, With Timothy L. Murphy, Jeffrey W. Vincoli.
And Paul R. Riedel
Introduction to Human Elements in the Factory
Worker ‘s Compensation Timothy L . Murphy
Industrial Safety Jeffrey W. Vincoli
Industrial Hygiene Paul R. Riedel
6. Computers and Controllers
Allen E. Plogstedt With Marc Plogstedt
6.0 Introduction to Computers and Controllers
Mainframe Systems
6.2 Minicomputers
6.3 Personal Computers
6.4 Networks
6.5 Computer Integrated Enterprise Architecture
6.6 Process Controllers Marc Plogstedt
6.7 Human Interface to the Computer Integrated Enterprise
6.8 Cad/cam
6.9 Extended Enterprise
Ii. Factory Operations
7. Practical Cost Estimating for Manufacturing
John P. Tanner
7 ,0 Introduction to Cost Estimating
7.1 Understanding the Estimate Requirements
7.2 Developing the Manufacturing Plan
7.3 the Concept-type Cost Estimate
7.4 Learning Curves
372contents Xi
Materia] and Subcontract Estimating 382
Manufacturing Direct Labor Estimate
Manufacturing Support Labor Costs
Summarizing the Elements of Cost
8. Product Tooling and Equipment 431
Clyde S. Mutter
8.0 Introduction to Tooling and Equipment
8.1 Planning and Definition
8.2 Design, Documentation, and Control
8.3 Construction and Maintenance
8.4 Hand Tools
8.5 Tooling for Parts Fabrication
8.6 Tooling for Assembly
9, Computer-aided Process Planning
Alexander Houtzeel
9.0 an Observation
9.1 the Challenge of Current Manufacturing Trends
9.2 Responding Effectively to the Key Issues
9.3 the Evotution of the Manufacturing Engineering Department
9.4 Getting to a Process Plan: What Must Happen First?
9.5 Variant Versus Generative Planning
9.6 the First 15 Years of Capp
9.7 Some Examples of What Is Really Happening
9.8 Where to Go From Here?
9.9 an Afterword on Group Technology
10. Work Measurement 481
Kjell Zandin
10.1 Why Work Measurement?
10.2 Methods of Measuring Work
10.3 Methods of Developing, Administering, and Maintaining Time
10.4 Most Work Measurement Systems
10.5 Application of Time Standards
10.6 Summary and Future Trends
10.7 References
11. Control of Production and Materials
Stephen C. Cimorelli With Greg Chandler
11.0 Introduction to Control of Production and Materials
11.1 Capacity Planning and Simulation Greg Chandler
11.2 Scheduling
11.3 Just-in-time
11.4 Theory of Constraints
558xii Contents
11.5 Material Requirements Planning (Mrp) Systems
11.6 Inventory Management
11.7 References
12. Control of Quality
Robert L. Lints
12.0 Introduction to Control of Quality
12.1 Quality Engineering and Planning
12.2 Inspection
12.3 Testing
12.4 Reliability
12.5 Cost of Quality
12.6 Data Management
12.7 Statistical Process Control
Hi. Parts Fabrication
13. Principles of Structural Mechanics
Jack M. Walker
13.0 Introduction to Mechanics
13.1 Definitions of Force and Stress
13.2 Types of Stresses
13.3 Hooke’s Law
13.4 Moments
13.5 Beams
13.6 Long Column Failure
13.7 Stress in Pressure Vessels
Materials Characteristics of Metals
Jack M . Walker With Robert S. Busk
14.0 Introduction to Materials Characteristics of Metals
14.1 Fundamentals of Metallurgy
14.2 Ferrous Metals
14.3 Nonferrous Metals: Aluminum
14.4 Nonferrous Metals: Magnesium Robert S. Busk
15. Conventional Fabrication Processes
Jack M. Walker
15.0 Introduction to Conventional Fabrication Processes
15.1 Sheet Metal Fabrication Processes
15.2 Machining
15.3 Extrusion and Forging Processes
15.4 Casting and Molding Processes
15.5 Bibliography and References
768contents Xiii
16. Nontraditional Machining Methods 769
Lawrence J . Rhoades With V. M . Torbilo
16.0 Introduction to Nontraditional Machining Methods
16.1 Thermal Removal Processes
16.2 Chemical Machining
16.3 Mechanical Processes
16.4 Burnishing V. M. Torbilo
16.5 Conclusions
16.6 Bibliography
17. Nonmetals: Plastics 803
Bruce Wendle
17.0 Introduction to Plastics
17.1 Definitions
17.2 Designing With Plastics
17.3 Material and Process Selection
17.4 Tooling
17.5 Bibliography
Composite Manufacturing
John F. Maguire With Don Weed and Thomas J. Rose
18.0 Introduction and Background
18.1 Fabrication With Prepreg Broadgoods
18.2 Fabrication With Continuous Fibers
18.3 Fabrication With Chopped Fibers
18.4 References
19. Finishing
Frank Altmayer With Robert E. Persson and Jack M. Walker
19.0 Introduction to Finishing
19.1 Corrosion Robert E. Persson and Jack M . Walker
19.2 Cleaning and Preparing Metals for Finishing
19.3 Electroplating
19.4 Coatings Jack M.walker
Iv. Assembly Processes
20. Manual Assembly
John P. Tanner and Jack M . Walker
20.0 Introduction to Manual Assembly
20.1 Assembly Work Instructions
20.2 Assembly Operation Sequences
20.3 Workstation and Line Layout
20.4 Manufacturing Methods Analysis
20.5 Principles of Motion Economy
980xiv Contents
20.6 Standard Manufacturing Processes
20.7 Special Manufacturing Instructions
20.8 Bibliography
21. Assembly Automation
Jack M . Walker With Vijay S . Sheth
21.0 Introduction to Assembly Automation
21.1 Assembly Machines in the Factory
21.2 Basic Automation Concepts
21.3 Types of Automated Assembly Machines
21.4 Motion Systems
21.5 Justifying Automation
21.6 Software Interfaces to Assembly Automation
2 1.7 Design for Automated Production
21.8 Automated Material Handling Vijay S. Sheth
21.9 Bibliography
Electronics Assembly
Michael Pecht , Denise Bnrkas Harris, and Shrikar Bhayath
22.0 Introduction to Electronics Assembly
22.1 Typical Package Architecture
22.2 Elementary Subassemblies
22.3 Chip Carrier Assemblies
22.4 Hybrid Microelectronics Assemblies
22.5 Printed Wiring Board Assemblies
22.6 System Integration
22.7 References
22.8 Suggested Reading
About the Contributors
كلمة سر فك الضغط : books-world.net

The Unzip Password : books-world.net


يجب عليك التسجيل في الموقع لكي تتمكن من التحميل
تسجيل | تسجيل الدخول


اترك تعليقاً