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Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes and Systems, Enhanced eText, 7th Edition

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Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes and Systems, Enhanced eText, 7th Edition

Mikell P. Groover

ISBN: 978-1-119-47521-7 May 2019

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Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing is a balanced and qualitative examination of the materials, methods, and procedures of both traditional and recently-developed manufacturing principles and practices. This comprehensive textbook explores a broad range of essential points of learning, from long-established manufacturing processes and materials to contemporary electronics manufacturing technologies. An emphasis on the use of mathematical models and equations in manufacturing science presents readers with quantitative coverage of key topics, while plentiful tables, graphs, illustrations, and practice problems strengthen student comprehension and retention.

Now in its seventh edition, this leading textbook provides junior or senior-level engineering students in manufacturing courses with an inclusive and up-to-date treatment of the basic building blocks of modern manufacturing science. Coverage of core subject areas helps students understand the physical and mechanical properties of numerous manufacturing materials, the fundamentals of common manufacturing processes, the economic and quality control issues surrounding various processes, and recently developed and emerging manufacturing technologies. Thorough investigation of topics such as metal-casting and welding, material shaping processes, machining and cutting technology, and manufacturing systems and support helps students gain solid foundational knowledge of modern manufacturing.

The Enhanced E-Text is also available bundled with an abridged print companion (9781119592792).

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Table Of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF MANUFACTURING

1.1 What Is Manufacturing?

1.2 Materials in Manufacturing

1.3 Manufacturing Processes

1.4 Production Systems

1.5 Manufacturing Economics

Part I Material Properties and Product Attributes

2 THE NATURE OF MATERIALS

2.1 Atomic Structure and the Elements

2.2 Bonding between Atoms and Molecules

2.3 Crystalline Structures

2.4 Noncrystalline (Amorphous)Structures

2.5 Engineering Materials

3 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS

3.1 Stress–Strain Relationships

3.2 Hardness

3.3 Effect of Temperature on Properties

3.4 Fluid Properties

3.5 Viscoelastic Behavior of Polymers

4 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS

4.1 Volumetric and Melting Properties

4.2 Thermal Properties

4.3 Mass Diffusion

4.4 Electrical Properties

4.5 Electrochemical Processes

5 DIMENSIONS, SURFACES, AND THEIR MEASUREMENT

5.1 Dimensions, Tolerances, and Related Attributes

5.2 Conventional Measuring Instruments and Gages

5.3 Surfaces

5.4 Measurement of Surfaces

5.5 Effect of Manufacturing Processes

Part II Engineering Materials

6 METALS 6.1 Alloys and Phase Diagrams

6.2 Ferrous Metals

6.3 Nonferrous Metals

6.4 Superalloys

7 CERAMICS

7.1 Structure and Properties of Ceramics

7.2 Traditional Ceramics

7.3 New Ceramics

7.4 Glass

7.5 Some Important Elements Related to Ceramics

8 POLYMERS

8.1 Fundamentals of Polymer Science and Technology

8.2 Thermoplastic Polymers

8.3 Thermosetting Polymers

8.4 Elastomers

8.5 Polymer Recycling and Biodegradability

9 COMPOSITE MATERIALS

9.1 Technology and Classification of Composite Materials

9.2 Metal Matrix Composites

9.3 Ceramic Matrix Composites

9.4 Polymer Matrix Composites

Part III Solidification Processes

10 FUNDAMENTALS OF METAL CASTING

10.1 Overview of Casting Technology

10.2 Heating and Pouring

10.3 Solidification and Cooling

11 METAL CASTING PROCESSES

11.1 Sand Casting

11.2 Other Expendable-Mold Casting Processes

11.3 Permanent-Mold Casting Processes

11.4 Foundry Practice

11.5 Casting Quality

11.6 Castability and Casting Economics

11.7 Product Design Considerations

12 GLASSWORKING

12.1 Raw Materials Preparation and Melting

12.2 Shaping Processes in Glassworking

12.3 Heat Treatment and Finishing

12.4 Product Design Considerations

13 SHAPING PROCESSES FOR PLASTICS

13.1 Properties of Polymer Melts

13.2 Extrusion

13.3 Production of Sheet and Film

13.4 Fiber and Filament Production (Spinning)

13.5 Coating Processes

13.6 Injection Molding

13.7 Compression and Transfer Molding

13.8 Blow Molding and Rotational Molding

13.9 Thermoforming

13.10 Casting

13.11 Polymer Foam Processing and Forming

13.12 Product Design Considerations

14 PROCESSING OF POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITES AND RUBBER

14.1 Overview of PMC Processing

14.2 Open-Mold Processes

14.3 Closed-Mold Processes

14.4 Other PMC Shaping Processes

14.5 Rubber Processing and Shaping

14.6 Manufacture of Tires and Other Rubber Products

Part IV Particulate Processing of Metals and Ceramics

15 POWDER METALLURGY

15.1 Characterization of Engineering Powders

15.2 Production of Metallic Powders

15.3 Conventional Pressing and Sintering

15.4 Alternative Pressing and Sintering Techniques

15.5 Powder Metallurgy Materials and Economics

15.6 Product Design Considerations in Powder Metallurgy

16 PROCESSING OF CERAMICS AND CERMETS

16.1 Processing of Traditional Ceramics

16.2 Processing of New Ceramics

16.3 Processing of Cermets

16.4 Product Design Considerations

Part V Metal Forming and Sheet Metalworking

17 FUNDAMENTALS OF METAL FORMING

17.1 Overview of Metal Forming

17.2 Material Behavior in Metal Forming

17.3 Temperature in Metal Forming

17.4 Strain Rate Sensitivity

17.5 Friction and Lubrication in Metal Forming

18 BULK DEFORMATION PROCESSES IN METAL WORKING

18.1 Rolling

18.2 Forging

18.3 Extrusion

18.4 Wire and Bar Drawing

19 SHEET METALWORKING

19.1 Cutting Operations

19.2 Bending Operations

19.3 Drawing

19.4 Equipment and Economics for Sheet-Metal Pressworking

19.5 Other Sheet-Metal-Forming Operations

19.6 Sheet-Metal Operations Not Performed on Presses

19.7 Bending of Tube Stock

Part VI Material Removal Processes

20 THEORY OF METAL MACHINING

20.1 Overview of Machining Technology

20.2 Theory of Chip Formation in Metal Machining

20.3 Force Relationships and the Merchant Equation

20.4 Power and Energy Relationships in Machining

20.5 Cutting Temperature

21 MACHINING OPERATIONS AND MACHINE TOOLS

21.1 Machining and Part Geometry

21.2 Turning and Related Operations

21.3 Drilling and Related Operations

21.4 Milling

21.5 Machining Centers and Turning Centers

21.6 Other Machining Operations

21.7 Machining Operations for Special Geometries

21.8 High-Speed Machining

22 CUTTING-TOOL TECHNOLOGY

22.1 Tool Life

22.2 Tool Materials

22.3 Tool Geometry

22.4 Cutting Fluids

23 ECONOMIC AND PRODUCT DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS IN MACHINING

23.1 Machinability

23.2 Tolerances and Surface Finish

23.3 Machining Economics

23.4 Product Design Considerations in Machining

24 GRINDING AND OTHER ABRASIVE PROCESSES

24.1 Grinding

24.2 Related Abrasive Processes

25 NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING AND THERMAL CUTTING PROCESSES

25.1 Mechanical Energy Processes

25.2 Electrochemical Machining Processes

25.3 Thermal Energy Processes

25.4 Chemical Machining

25.5 Application Considerations

Part VII Property Enhancing and Surface Processing Operations

26 HEAT TREATMENT OF METALS

26.1 Annealing

26.2 Martensite Formation in Steel

26.3 Precipitation Hardening

26.4 Surface Hardening

26.5 Heat Treatment Methods and Facilities

27 SURFACE PROCESSING OPERATIONS

27.1 Industrial Cleaning Processes

27.2 Diffusion and Ion Implantation

27.3 Plating and Related Processes

27.4 Conversion Coating

27.5 Vapor Deposition Processes

27.6 Organic Coatings

27.7 Porcelain Enameling and Other Ceramic Coatings

27.8 Thermal and Mechanical Coating Processes

Part VIII Joining and Assembly Processes

28 FUNDAMENTALS OF WELDING

28.1 Overview of Welding Technology

28.2 The Weld Joint

28.3 Physics of Welding

28.4 Features of a Fusion-Welded Joint

29 WELDING PROCESSES

29.1 Arc Welding

29.2 Resistance Welding

29.3 Oxyfuel Gas Welding

29.4 Other Fusion-Welding Processes

29.5 Solid-State Welding

29.6 Weld Quality

29.7 Weldability and Welding Economics

29.8 Design Considerations in Welding

30 BRAZING, SOLDERING, AND ADHESIVE BONDING

30.1 Brazing

30.2 Soldering

30.3 Adhesive Bonding

31 MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY

31.1 Threaded Fasteners

31.2 Rivets and Eyelets

31.3 Assembly Methods Based on Interference Fits

31.4 Other Mechanical Fastening Methods

31.5 Molding Inserts and Integral Fasteners

31.6 Design for Assembly

Part IX Special Processing and Assembly Technologies

32 ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

32.1 Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing

32.2 Additive Manufacturing Technologies

32.3 Cycle Time and Cost Analysis

32.4 Additive Manufacturing Applications

33 PROCESSING OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

33.1 Overview of IC Processing

33.2 Silicon Processing

33.3 Lithography

33.4 Layer Processes Used in IC Fabrication

33.5 Integrating the Fabrication Steps

33.6 IC Packaging

33.7 Yields in IC Processing

34 ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY AND PACKAGING

34.1 Electronics Packaging

34.2 Printed Circuit Boards

34.3 Printed Circuit Board Assembly

34.4 Electrical Connector Technology

35 MICROFABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES

35.1 Microsystem Products

35.2 Microfabrication Processes

36 NANOFABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES

36.1 Nanotechnology Products and Applications

36.2 Introduction to Nanoscience

36.3 Nanofabrication Processes

Part X Manufacturing Systems

37 AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS

37.1 Automation Fundamentals

37.2 Hardware for Automation

37.3 Computer Numerical Control

37.4 Industrial Robotics

38 INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS

38.1 Material Handling

38.2 Fundamentals of Production Lines

38.3 Manual Assembly Lines

38.4 Automated Production Lines

38.5 Cellular Manufacturing

38.6 Flexible Manufacturing Systems

38.7 Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Part XI Manufacturing Support Systems

39 PROCESS PLANNING AND PRODUCTION CONTROL

39.1 Process Planning

39.2 Other Manufacturing Engineering Functions

39.3 Production Planning and Control

39.4 Just-In-Time Delivery Systems

39.5 Lean Production

40 QUALITY CONTROL AND INSPECTION

40.1 Product Quality

40.2 Process Capability and Tolerances

40.3 Statistical Process Control

40.4 Quality Programs in Manufacturing

40.5 Inspection Principle

40.6 Modern Inspection Technologies

  • New Enhanced E-Text with added resources to make your study time more effective, including the ability to show/hide solutions for selected problems
  • Revised and expanded coverage of Fusion-Draw, Ion-Exchange, and Bayer processes, powder metallurgy and machining economics, hardware components, rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, and more
  • Sections on topics including plastic extrusion, sheet-metal pressworking, plastic extrusion, and injection molding processes, equipment, and economics
  • Historical notes on integrated circuit technology, measurement systems, polymers, natural and synthetic rubbers, machine tool technology, and many others
  • New and updated examples, practice problems and solutions, references, illustrations, and tables of thermal and volumetric properties of common engineering materials
  • Provides comprehensive and balanced coverage of the three fundamental components of modern manufacturing — materials, processes, and systems
  • Covers the four basic manufacturing materials and all of the common manufacturing processes and systems
  • Supplies extensive instructor support material such as lecture slides, a digital solutions manual to review and end-of-chapter problems, and PowerPoint and image galleries