Advanced Manufacturing Operations Technologies Principles, Applications, and Design Correlations in Chemical Engineering Fields of Practice
This book discusses and chronicles various types of manufacturing processes, including casting and molding, machining, joining, shearing, and forming. It refers to repetitive, discrete job shop process manufacturing (continuous) and process manufacturing (batch). It also offers detailed examples from the nuclear, electronic, plastics, adhesives, inks, packaging, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries.
Advanced Manufacturing Operations Technologies: Principles, Applications, and Design Correlations in Chemical Engineering Fields of Practice fills the gap in the connection between production and regulated applications in several industries. It highlights established concepts and provides a new, fresh outlook by concentrating on and creating linkages in the implementation of practices in manufacturing and safe, clean energy systems. Case studies for the overall design, installations, and construction of manufacturing operations in various industries as well as the standard operating procedures are offered. The book also discusses the correlation between design strategies including step-by-step processes to ensure the reliability, safety, and efficacy of products. The fundamentals of controlled techniques, quality by design, risk assessment, and management are covered in support of operations applications and continuous improvement.
This comprehensive book is helpful to all professionals, students, and academicians in many scientific disciplines that utilize fundamental principles of chemical engineering. It is engineering-driven and will be of use to those in industrial and manufacturing, chemical, biochemical, mechanical engineering, and automated control systems fields.