This new series aims to acquaint readers with methods of converting legacy software and hardware used in Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), with or without Virtual Reality (VR) as well as current and future software modeling technology. CAD/CAM/CAE and VR technology covers Design and Manufacturing, Thermo Fluid, System Dynamics, and Control Domains will be covered in the series. The series will also address monitoring of Product Life Cycle concepts applicable to discrete products and its integration in above mentioned software packages on the World Wide Web. The concepts related to serial and parallel computing for the operation of CAD/CAM/CAE with or without VR technology at current atomic level Central Processing Unit (CPU) technology and future hardware technology based on graphene and quantum computing shall also be in the scope of the series. Current research in communication methods, both standard and proprietary at any given stage, shall also become the part of the book series at the appropriate level. The series will include books with an extensive background in mathematics, high level software languages, software modeling techniques, computer hardware technology, communication methods, and include mechanical engineering and industrial engineering domains.
If you are interested in writing or editing a book for the series or would like more information, please contact Cindy Carelli, [email protected].
Edited By Wasim Ahmed Khan, Khalid Rahman, Ghulam Hussain, Ghulam Abbas
June 21, 2021
This book describes capacity building in strategic and non-strategic machine tool technology. It includes machine building in sectors such as machine tools, automobiles, home appliances, energy, and biomedical engineering, along with case studies. The book offers guidelines for capacity ...
Edited By Wasim Ahmed Khan, Ghulam Abbas, Khalid Rahman, Ghulam Hussain, Cedric Aimal Edwin
October 11, 2019
The purpose of this book is to develop capacity building in strategic and non-strategic machine tool technology. The book contains chapters on how to functionally reverse engineer strategic and non-strategic computer numerical control machinery. Numerous engineering areas, such as mechanical ...