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Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

By
Zhuming Bi
Zhuming Bi
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
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Xiaoqin Wang
Xiaoqin Wang
Associate Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China
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ISBN:
9781119534211
No. of Pages:
640
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2020

In a manufacturing system, the transformation from starting materials to finished products corresponds to a series of manufacturing processes. Different manufacturing processes serve different purposes; for example, to shape, transport, assembly, or change geometries, properties, or the constitutions of products. All value-added processes are necessary to make parts, assemble parts into components, and finally integrate parts and components into finished products or systems. Manufacturing processes are usually complex since a large number of design factors and process parameters are involved; therefore, designs of manufacturing processes are traditionally treated as the art of science, since manufacturing processes involve...

10.1
Introduction
10.2
Manufacturing Processes
10.3
Shaping Processes
10.4
Manufacturing Processes – Designing and Planning
10.5
Procedure of Manufacturing Processes Planning
10.6
Casting Processes
10.7
Injection Moulding Processes
10.8
Mould Filling Analysis
10.9
Mould Flow Analysis Tool – SolidWorks Plastics
10.10
Summary
10.11
Design Project
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