1st Edition

Manufacturing Techniques for Materials Engineering and Engineered

Edited By T.S. Srivatsan, T.S. Sudarshan, K. Manigandan Copyright 2018
    814 Pages
    by CRC Press

    814 Pages 464 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Manufacturing Techniques for Materials: Engineering and Engineered provides a cohesive and comprehensive overview of the following: (i) prevailing and emerging trends, (ii) emerging developments and related technology, and (iii) potential for the commercialization of techniques specific to manufacturing of materials. The first half of the book provides the interested reader with detailed chapters specific to the manufacturing of emerging materials, such as additive manufacturing, with a valued emphasis on the science, technology, and potentially viable practices specific to the manufacturing technique used. This section also attempts to discuss in a lucid and easily understandable manner the specific advantages and limitations of each technique and goes on to highlight all of the potentially viable and emerging technological applications. The second half of this archival volume focuses on a wide spectrum of conventional techniques currently available and being used in the manufacturing of both materials and resultant products. Manufacturing Techniques for Materials is an invaluable tool for a cross-section of readers including engineers, researchers, technologists, students at both the graduate level and undergraduate level, and even entrepreneurs.

    Part A: Emerging Techniques, Trends, and Advances in Manufacturing. PART B: Conventional Techniques, Approaches, and Applications in Manufacturing.


    T.S. Srivatsan

    "The new trends in manufacturing techniques, and in particular additive manufacturing, have the potential to revolutionize the manufacturing industry. In these is also the challenge as the design will no longer only be the design of component, but also the internal structures of the material must be designed and be compliant with the component function. This puts the material in the center and the book puts the finger on this and by its content takes the first steps in lifting this to the potential readers."
    Anders E. W. Jarfors, Jönköping University, Sweden


    "The present book presents a blend of topics that are of immense importance to students and practitioners in the world of manufacturing. Latest trends in both the conventional and emerging manufacturing techniques are addressed which will be great interest to researchers, students and industry. Most of the chapters provides a review ensuring that the subject matter will be suitable even for a non-specialist reader. It is certain that visibility of this book will be phenomenal as it provides a one-stop learning for various topics related to manufacturing."

    —Manoj Gupta, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore

    "…very informative collection of research articles and reviews that cover the state-of-the art technologies in manufacturing and materials. The book is a must to have as a reference material for scientists, engineers, academicians and at industries."

    -Sankaranarayanan Seetharaman, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore

    "Current, up to date and great detail for manufacturing materials along with excellent references."
    —Jacob J. Stiglich