Production Technology: A Treatise of Industrial Practices, Vol 1 at Meripustak

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    Author(s)Sreeramulu Moinikunta
    PublisherWiley India
    ISBN9788126571253
    Pages396
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearNovember 2018

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    Wiley India Production Technology: A Treatise of Industrial Practices, Vol 1 by Sreeramulu Moinikunta

    Production Technology (Vol. I) is a ready reckoner data handbook for the practicing engineers and technicians in the manufacturing engineering industry. It aims to re-orient the students or the just-passed-out graduates and develop in them the skills required for the industry as a whole, in particular, for the manufacturing engineering industry. It gives reference or guidance data in the form of figures, tables and photos. This book intends to be readily referred as a reference guide for all relevant subjects with appropriate application knowledge, which is specified in design practices. The book is designed to provide the students an industry-compatible education. Inclusive of all sorts of practical approaches, this book would be an asset to both students and industry as it bridges the gap between educational institutions and the industry and gives an insight to suitable subjects in abridged manner. About the Author Mr. Sreeramulu Moinikunta started with Scientific Engineering House Pvt. Ltd, a Hungary-Collaborated Optical Instruments Manufacturing company. He has experience in process technology, manufacturing, surface treatments, assembly and testing of optical instruments with a precision touch.He worked in Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., Koraput, Orissa, a MIG engine-manufacturing company and had a crucial role in delivering the first MIG engine by manufacturing afterburner flaps in the absence of a profile rolling machine. The MIG engine was dedicated to the nation on time. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword Preface About the Author Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Casting Process 1.1 Introduction 1.2 History 1.3 Definition of Casting Terms 1.4 Classification of Casting Process 1.5 Steps Involved in Casting Process 1.6 Molding Equipment or Machinery 1.7 Mold Materials 1.8 Sand Testing Chapter 2: Gating Systems 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Pouring Basin 2.3 Sprue 2.4 Pouring Time 2.5 Runner and Gates 2.6 Design of Riser 2.7 Methods of Riser Calculations 2.8 Filling System Design 2.9 Yield Chapter 3: Special Casting Processes 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Expendable Castings 3.3 Permanent Mold Castings Chapter 4: Metal Melting Furnaces 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Salient Features of Furnace Design or Components of Furnace 4.3 Application of Furnaces in High Temperature Industries 4.4 Types of Furnaces 4.5 Crucible Melting 4.6 Cupola Furnace 4.7 Pit Furnace 4.8 Reverberatory Furnace 4.9 Induction Furnace 4.10 Electrical Arc Furnace 4.11 Electrical Resistance Furnace 4.12 Tilting Rotary Furnace (Bessemer Converter) Chapter 5: Melting, Pouring, and Casting Quality 5.1 Heating and Pouring 5.2 Pouring of Molten Metal 5.3 Solidification of Metals 5.4 Causes and Remedies of Casting Defects 5.5 Quality Considerations in Casting Design 5.6 Parameters of Cost-Effective Design 5.7 Quality Tests of Castings 5.8 Criteria for Selection of Casting Process 5.9 Cleaning or Fettling of Castings Chapter 6: Lean Six Sigma 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Lean Manufacturing 6.3 How Does Lean Work? 6.4 Lean Principles 6.5 Time-Tested Tools for Lean Production 6.6 Lean Progression Model 6.7 Six Sigma 6.8 Six Sigma Methodologies Applied in Product Lifecycle 6.9 Quality Management Tools 6.10 Six Sigma Implementation Roles 6.11 What Is Lean Six Sigma? 6.12 Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) 6.13 Training for Lean Six Sigma Chapter 7: Theory of Metal Forming 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Classification of Forming Processes 7.3 Classification by Stresses 7.4 Theory of Metal Forming 7.5 Cold Metal Forming 7.6 Main Laws of Plastic Deformation 7.7 Warm Working 7.8 Hot Metal Forming 7.9 Recovery, Recrystallization, and Grain Growth Chapter 8: Bulk Metal-Forming Processes 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Description of Metal-Forming Processes 8.3 Characteristics of Forging 8.4 Indenting or Coining 8.5 Metal Spinning Chapter 9: Sheet Metal-Forming Processes 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Conventional Sheet Forming Processes 9.3 Shearing Operation 9.4 Special or Advanced Sheet Metal-Forming Processes 9.5 High Velocity Forming (HVF) or High Energy Rate Forming 9.6 Characteristics of Sheet Metal-Forming Processes 9.7 Presses 9.8 Press Tools 9.9 Construction of Press Tool 9.10 Sheet Metal Test Methods 9.11 Metal-Forming Defects Chapter 10: Welding Processes 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Arc Welding 10.3 Welding Symbols 10.4 Resistance Welding 10.5 Butt Welding 10.6 Electrodes 10.7 Fluxes 10.8 Weld Defects and Weld Testing 10.9 AC and DC Arc Welding Chapter 11: Advanced Welding Technologies 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Categories of Welding Technologies 11.3 Advanced Welding Technologies 11.4 Pressure Welding Chapter 12: Gas Welding and Cutting 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Oxy-Fuel Equipment 12.3 Fuels 12.4 Types of Flames 12.5 Gas Welding 12.6 Gas Cutting 12.7 Safety Precautions 12.8 Brazing and Soldering 12.9 Gas Pressure Welding 12.10 Methods of Gas Butt Welding Chapter 13: Powder Metallurgy 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Criterion to Select Powder Metallurgy Process 13.3 Powder Metallurgy Process 13.4 Techniques of PM Processes 13.5 Powder Production Technologies 13.6 Powder Compaction 13.7 Sintering 13.8 Secondary or Finishing Operations 13.9 Advantages and Limitations 13.10 Applications of Powder Metallurgy Chapter 14: 3D Printing 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Types of Additive Manufacturing Processes 14.3 Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 14.4 Applications of 3D Printing 14.5 Future 14.6 Utilization 14.7 Materials Used in 3D Printing Chapter 15: Plastic Processes 15.1 Introduction 15.2 Classification of Plastics 15.3 Plastic Chemical Compounds 15.4 Polymers 15.5 Ingredients of Molding Compound 15.6 Processing and Fabrication of Plastics 15.7 Processing of Plastics 15.8 Lamination and Reinforcement 15.9 Secondary Processing or Finishing of Plastics Summary Review Questions Objective-Type Questions Short Answer Questions Long Answer Questions Gate Model Questions Answers References Index