Perpetual Advancement and Research Challenges
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Increased industrial capacity, manufacturing output, and manufacturing technology all contribute significantly to a country's GDP. Manufacturing is the foundation of industrial production, so improving its methods and infrastructure is crucial for progress. Recent years have seen the introduction of a wide range of energy- and resource-efficient, environmentally friendly, and occupationally safe manufacturing techniques, and this book focuses on these latest techniques, as well as continuous advancement, in order to meet current challenges. The book is divided into three sections: (1) subtractive manufacturing, (2) additive manufacturing, and (3) the use of artificial intelligence in manufacturing. It discusses micromaching, metal-based additive manufacturing, polymer-based additive manufacturing, hybrid additive manufacturing, and finally artificial intelligence in manufacturing.
Futuristic Manufacturing: Perpetual Advancement and Research Challenges connects modern manufacturing methods and emerging trends in the industry. It adds a thorough examination of modern manufacturing techniques and modifications that may be implemented in the future, and is an excellent resource of information for undergraduate and graduate students in manufacturing.
Table of Contents
1. Mechanical Micro Milling: A Broader Perspective of the Process. 2. Effects of reaction-product layer formation in the fabrication of cylindrical tungsten micro-tools through micro-ECM process. 3. Hybrid Additive Manufacturing. 4. Progress in Metal Additive Manufacturing: Fabrication Techniques, Materials Used and Potential Applications. 5. Selection of Advanced 3D Printing Technologies for Piston Casting by Analytical Hierarchy Process. 6. Multi-Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing [M-WAAM] of Metallic Components - Characterization and Mechanical properties. 7. Introduction to the New Emerging Micro-Electron Beam Welding Technology: A Sustainable Manufacturing. 8. Laser welding of materials: A comprehensive overview. 9. IoT-Enabled Condition Monitoring and Intelligent Maintenance System for Machine.
Mithilesh K. Dikshit is an Assistant Professor at India's Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management (IITRAM). He has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and a Master's degree in Production Engineering. He has more than 11 years of teaching and research experience. High Speed Machining, Metal Cutting Mechanics, Composite Materials, Molecular Dynamics, Vibration and Control, and Optimization are among his major research interests. He has organised a number of conferences and symposiums. He has over 35 research papers and journal articles to his credit.
Vimal Kumar Pathak earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (Design) from MNIT Jaipur. He earned his M. Tech from ISM Dhanbad in India. He is currently employed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Manipal University Jaipur in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He is currently working on the development of novel hybrid optimization algorithms and their applications. His research interests include optimization, soft computing, composites, metrology, and additive manufacturing. He has over 50 journal and conference publications to his name.
Asit Baran Puri is a Professor at the National Institute of Technology Durgapur in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He received a first-class degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Durgapur (formerly R. E. College Durgapur) in West Bengal, India, in 1990. He earned his Master's degree in 1992 and his PhD in 2003 from Jadavpur University in Kolkata, India. He has over 70 research papers published in prestigious international journals and conference proceedings. Non-conventional machining, metal cutting theory, machine tool engineering, micromachining, and process optimization are among his research interests.
J. Paulo Davim is a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Aveiro in Portugal. He holds a Doctor of Science degree from London Metropolitan University as well as a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from FEUP University of Porto. He has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience in manufacturing, materials, mechanical, and industrial engineering, with a focus on machining and tribology. He has served as the chief editor of several prestigious international journals.