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Manufacturing Processes and Materials: Exercises

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This book addresses issues essential to modern manufacturing, ranging from traditional topics such as casting, machining, and joining, to advanced topics such as the fabrication of nanomaterials.
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The edition addresses issues essential to modern manufacturing, ranging from traditional topics such as casting, forming, machining, and joining, to advanced topics such as the fabrication of nanomaterials. Comprehensive coverage of relevant engineering fundamentals and traditional as well as advanced applications of manufacturing processes and operations. This book is written primarily for students in the mechanical, industrial, and metallurgical and materials engineering programs. A solid introduction to the fundamentals of manufacturing along with the most up-to-date information. Manufacturing processes and the concepts dealing with producing quality products are also covered.

  1. Question 1: Non-conventional manufacturing processes
  2. Question 2: The Electro-discharge Machining (EDM) process
  3. Question 3: Factors causing tool wear
  4. Question 4: Acceptance sampling
  5. Question 5: Principles of the Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM)
  6. Question 6: Fibre reinforced plastic composites
  7. Question 7: A cutting test on a steel bar
  8. Question 8: Electro-discharge machining (EDM) requirements & properties
  9. Question 9: Hard and soft automation
  10. Question 10: Surface integrity of manufactured surfaces: properties & applications
  11. Question 11: Bored holes - plug and gap gauges
  12. Question 12: Integrated Manufacturing Systems: a facility of large and small machines
  13. Question 13: Simulation method, determining the time to complete the batch and the machine utilisation
  14. Question 14: Plain carbon steels and high strength low alloy steels (HSLA)
  15. Question 15: Ferritic stainless steel & the mechanism of corrosion
  16. Question 16: Impact Strength (J) to Test Temperature
  17. Question 17: Metal and polymer material applicability
  18. Question 18: Maximum tolerable through thickness crack size
  19. Question 19: Glass fibres production - Reinforced composite design
  20. References
  21. Endnotes
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Dr. Miltiadis A. Boboulos

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.