Metals are still the most widely used structural materials in the manufacture of products and structures. Their properties are extremely dependent on the processes they undergo to form the final product. Successful manufacturing therefore depends on a detailed knowledge of the processing of the materials involved. This highly illustrated book provides that knowledge.
Metal processing is a technical subject requiring a quantitative approach. This book illustrates this approach with real case studies derived from industry.
- Real industrial case studies
- Quantitative approach
- Challenging student problems
2nd, 3rd & 4th year mechanical engineering, manufacturing and materials science undergraduates. Aeronautical engineering undergraduates.
Metal processing and manufacturing Solidification and casting processes Stress and strain during deformation Bulk deformation processes Sheet forming processes Power metallurgy Machining processes * Surface modification for wear resistance.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1999
- 28th May 1999
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Both at Carleton University, Canada
'Successful manufacturing depends on detailed knowledge of the processing of the materials involved. This highly illustrated book provides that knowledge.' Engineering Designer, April 2001 'the book includes several useful, well done case studies, good example problems and good assessment problems, for which a solution manual is available'. International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 39, 2001