Mechanical Engineering Practices in Industry
A Beginner’s Guide
- Available for pre-order on June 15, 2023. Item will ship after July 6, 2023
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The four year undergraduate course in Engineering is loaded with theoretical contents and the students hardly find enough time and opportunity to adequately grasp the physical and practical aspects of application of various engineering theories that are being taught. Therefore, certain practice-oriented knowledge inputs in these years may help them acquire and enhance proficiency in the industrial working systems and processes.
This book attempts to provide certain practice-oriented knowledge inputs which may help young mechanical engineers who aspire to make a successful career in engineering goods manufacturing enterprises. The book seeks to provide a combination of Engineering and Production/Manufacturing Management aspects to enable young mechanical engineers to make a confident start at the workplace and eventually ascend to leading positions in the organization.
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Table of Contents
2. Industrial Organizations: Operational Characteristics
3. Mechanical Engineering and Design Aspects: Familiarization with Fundamental Approach
4. Mechanical Work-Shop Practices for Manufacturing and also for Plant Maintenance and Repair Services
5. Machining Technologies and Machine Shop Practices (Metal Cutting/Stock Removal, Metal Forming/Working, Wood-working)
6. Techno-Organizational Aspects of Production and Manufacturing Management in Engineering Industries
7. Fits, Limits, Tolerances, Engineering Measurements/Dimensional Metrology
8. Selection of Machine Tools
9. Facility Planning for Industrial Enterprises
10. Mechanical Supporting Equipment and Services Systems in Engineering Industries
11. Engineering Materials, Engineering Drawings
12. Power/Energy Supply for Industrial Units
13. Selected Miscellaneous Topics
14. Application of Standards in Business and Industry
15. Trouble Shooting for Mechanical Working Systems in Industrial Units
Dhruba J Syam obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical-Electronics Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka in the year 1962. He has to his credit over 39 years of working experience in different capacities in Industrial and Business Houses including around 32 years in BHEL where from he retired as an Additional General Manager in 1999.