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CAD-CAM & Rapid prototyping Application Evaluation

CAD-CAM & Rapid prototyping Application Evaluation
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ISBN: 978-87-7681-676-6
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Pages : 174
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About the book

  1. Description
  2. Preface
  3. Content
  4. About the Author

Description

CAD-CAM systems are probably the most significant development in the field of new technology related to engineering, design and drafting in all technical spheres. These systems find application in all branches of modern design. In current publication the author describes via review, analysis and case studies the state of art in the selection, application and implementation of such systems. New manufacturing technologies that build parts on a layer-by-layer basis are also analyzed. Using these technologies, manufacturing time for parts is rapid. A host of related technologies that are used to fabricate physical objects directly from Computer-Aided Design data sources are reviewed.

Preface

CAD-CAM systems are probably the most significant development in the field of new technology related to engineering, design and drafting in all technical spheres. These systems find application in all branches of modern design – from machine engineering and microelectronics to architecture and construction building and others. In current publication the author describes in detail via review, analysis and processing case study data the state of art in the selection, application and implementation of such systems.

The past decade has additionally witnessed the emergence of new manufacturing technologies that build parts on a layer-by-layer basis. Using these technologies, manufacturing time for parts of virtually any complexity is measured in hours instead of days, weeks, or months. In other words, it is rapid. A host of related technologies that are used to fabricate physical objects directly from Computer-Aided Design data sources are reviewed in the last chapter. These methods are generally similar to each other in that they add and bond materials in layerwise-fashion to form objects.

Content

  1. Computer Programs In Manufacturing
    1. Parametric Technologies
    2. Autodesk
    3. Ansys
    4. Ibm - Catia
    5. Datacad
    6. References
  2. Computer Programs In Design
    1. Unigraphics Solutions
    2. Autodesk
    3. Cadtek Systems
    4. Solidworks
    5. References
  3. Cadcam System Selection, Evaluation & Management
    1. Pros & Cons Of Introducing A Cadcam System
    2. Method Of Proceeding
    3. Procedure For The Final Selection
    4. Master Implementation Plan
    5. References
  4. Cam Application Evaluation: A Model Processing Case Study
    1. Technological Analysis Of The Model
    2. Specifying The Cutting Tools And Calculating Cutting Data
    3. Pro/Engineer Part Manufacture Simulation
    4. Ez-Mill Simulation Of The Manufacturing Of The Part
    5. Usability and Available Feautures of Pro/Engineer And EZ-MILL
    6. Innovative Approaches To Optimise The Manufacturing Process Plan
    7. Reiterative Approach To Optimise The Machining Sequences And Minimise Machining Time
    8. Conclusions
    9. References
  5. Reverse Engineering & Rapid Prototyping
    1. Brief Rp Flashback
    2. The Basic Process
    3. Applications Of Rapid Prototyping
    4. Rapid Prototyping Techniques
    5. RP Process Evaluation
    6. Conclusions
    7. References

About the Author

I am an Engineering Science lecturer within the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the TEI of Kavala and Halkida, Greece and also a researcher in the Energy and Environmental Engineering Research Group. My research areas are those of design and modelling of biomass fuelled combustion plant and assessment methods for cleaner production processes.

I am committed to actions to support Sustainable Development, in particular with emphasis on energy based subjects. Past work included research in biomass combustion, fire spread, life cycle analysis and modelling of air flows in respiratory systems.

I have been also investigating biomass combustion and pyrolysis at low temperature and in flames to obtain information about pyrolysis and char burnout kinetics. This work included fundamental studies of catalytic metal release, their fate and behaviour during thermal processing of biomass, as well as characterisation of biomass materials and waste woods.

Research also involved examining emissions from solid fuel combustion and gasification, by investigating the mechanisms of remobilisation of nitrogen and transformations between nitrogen-containing compounds in pine litter and its impact on emissions from conversion applications. For this purpose the products obtained from pyrolysis under oxidising and reducing conditions of pine litter were examined. Work included characterisation of the chars produced, and the form of nitrogen.

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