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Title:
Advanced machining technology handbook
Author:
Brown, James.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : McGraw-Hill, [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
xxvii, 579 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780070082434
Format :
Book

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Central Library TJ1185 .B8234 1998 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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Summary

The author surveys one hundred and fifty companies describing machining processes that are revolutionising the industry looking at advanced methods such as trepanning, shearforming, industrial parts cleaning, hot isostatic pressing, magneforming titanium nitride coating and deburring.


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Brown's handbook is a well-conceived and -written thesaurus describing conventional as well as novel fabrication and assembly methods, and is based on information provided by a large number of companies. It consists of nine parts, each one containing from two to 12 chapters focused on description of each process, its advantages and economics, and tooling, quality control, microstructure, and soundness of produced components. Following an introduction, the various parts discuss design and processes, such as sheet metal and press, machine-shop, fastening and joining, injection molding, surface treatment, electrochemical machining, and machine deburring. The ninth chapter discusses ceramic materials and advanced composites. The book is well presented and bound with numerous illustrations, some of which are, however, poorly reproduced. No references of any type. Comprehensive index, very useful to design and manufacturing engineers. Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. T. Z. Kattamis; University of Connecticut


Table of Contents

Introduction
Part 1 Design and Adminstrative
Chapter 1 A Brief History of Metal Cutting
Chapter 2 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
Part 2 Sheetmetal and Press Processes
Chapter 3 Fineblanking
Chapter 4 cold Forging: Coining
Chapter 5 Orbital Cold Forging
Chapter 6 Hydroforming
Chapter 7 Roll Forming
Part 3 Machine-Shop environment Processes
Chapter 8 Trepanning
Chapter 9 Metal Spinning
Chapter 10 Shearforming
Chapter 11 Electrical-Discharge Machining
Chapter 12 Abrasive-Waterjet Cutting (AWC)Chapter 13: Lapping, Polishing, and Honing
Chapter 14 Industrial Saws
Chapter 15 Industrial Parts Cleaning
Chapter 16 Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP)Chapter 17: Lathe Turning
Chapter 18 Drilling
Chapter 19 Milling Machines
Chapter 20 Machining Centers
Part 4 Fastening and Joining Processes
Chapter 21 Industrial Adhesives
Chapter 22 Magneforming
Chapter 23 Ultrasonic Technology for Production
Chapter 24 Introduction to Aluminum Brazing
Chapter 25 Welding
Chapter 26 Induction Heating
Chapter 27 Lasers
Part 5 Injection-Molding Processes
Chapter 28 Powder-Injection Molding
Chapter 29 Injected-Metal Assembly
Part 6 Surface-Treatment Processes
Chapter 30 Titanium-Nitrade (TiN) Coating
Chapter 31 Hardcoating
Chapter 32 Electrolizing
Chapter 33 Poly-Ond
Chapter 34 Magnaplate
Chapter 35 Powder Coating
Chapter 36 Spray Coating
Chapter 37 Industrial Finishing Systems
Part 7 Electrochemistry Processes
Chapter 38 Electrochemical Machining
Chapter 39 Electrochemical Grinding
Chapter 40 Electropolishing
Chapter 41 Electroforming
Part 8 Machine Deburring Processes
Chapter 42 Electrochemical Deburring
Chapter 43 Thermal Energy Deburring
Chapter 44 Abrasive Flow Machining and Abrasive Flow Deburring
Part 9 Materials
Chapter 45 Ceramics
Chapter 46 Advanced Composites
Index

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