Modern Manufacturing Technology
Spotlight on Future
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This book summarizes the emergence and exploration of modern manufacturing techniques (MMTs) with a focus on metallic and advanced material-based additive manufacturing technologies, and their potential applications. Further, it exploits advanced machining techniques towards production and applications of novel nanomaterials, and modern sophisticated techniques for fabrication of ultrafine electronic devices like micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), nano-electromechanical systems (NEMS), semiconductors and optical systems. It also includes a dedicated chapter on manufacturing technology for Industry 4.0.
- Describes the background of manufacturing techniques in brief including advent of and introduction to modern manufacturing techniques (MMTs).
- Reviews various types of MMTs established in recent years and their accelerated growth and development innovation driven applications.
- Overviews the physical and chemical techniques used for nanomaterials production.
- Explores the fabrication mechanism of MEMS, NEMS, semiconductors and optical devices.
- Provides a conceptual overview of additive manufacturing technologies.
This book aims at Undergraduate, Senior undergraduate students, and Professionals in mechanical, manufacturing engineering, and manufacturing industry.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Modern Manufacturing Techniques
1.2 Need for MMTs
1.3 Classification of MMTs
1.4 Advanced Casting Techniques
1.5 Advanced Forming Techniques
1.6 Advanced Joining Techniques
1.7 Advanced Composites Manufacturing Techniques
1.8 Advanced Machining Techniques
1.9 Advanced Finishing Techniques
1.10 Nanoparticles Production Techniques
1.11 Future of Advanced Manufacturing
Chapter 2: Additive Manufacturing – “An Evolutionary Pace”
2.2 Background of Additive Manufacturing
2.3 Glimpse of Non-metal Additive Manufacturing Techniques
2.4 Advent of Metal Additive Manufacturing Techniques
2.5 Conceptual Realization of Metal Additive Manufacturing Techniques
2.6 Future Directions
Chapter 3: Advanced Machining in the Age of Nanotechnology
3.2 Nanotechnology in Current Millennium
3.3 Science of Nanoparticles
3.4 Glimpse of Nanoparticles Applications
3.5 Nanoparticles Production Techniques
3.6 Exploitation of Nanotechnology Concept in Advanced Machining
3.7 Challenges of Nano based Manufacturing
Chapter 4: Ultrafine Electronic Devices Manufacturing Techniques
4.3 Importance of Semiconductor
4.5 Measurement of Wafer Characteristic
4.11 Wire Bonding
4.13 MEMS Technology
4.14 NEMS Technology
Chapter 5: A New Vista of Manufacturing Technology for Industry 4.0
5.2 Background and impact of industrial revolutions
5.3 Introduction to industry 4.0
5.4 Transforming landscape in modern manufacturing
5.5 Major Challenges
5.6 Case study
Jitendra Kumar Katiyar, presently working as a Research Assistant Professor, in Department of Mechanical Engineering, SRM Institute of Science and Technology Kattankulathur Chennai, India. His research interests include tribology of carbon materials, composites, self-lubricating polymers, lubrication tribology, modern manufacturing techniques and coatings for advanced technologies. He obtained his bachelor degree from UPTU Lucknow with Honours in 2007. He obtained his masters from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India in 2010 and Ph.D. from the same institution in 2017. He is the life member of Tribology Society of India, Malaysian Society of Tribology, Institute of Engineers, India and The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) etc. He has authored/ co-authored/ published more than 30+ articles in reputed journals, 30+ articles in international/national conferences, 12+ Book Chapters, 5+ books published in reputed publishers such as Springer and CRC Press USA. He has served as a Guest Associate Editor for special issues in Tribology Materials, Surfaces and Interfaces, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Industrial Lubrication and Tribology and Review Editor (Tribology) in Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering. He is also an active reviewer in various reputed journals related to materials and tribology. He has delivered more than 30+ invited talks on various research fields related to tribology, composite materials, surface engineering and machining.
Ranjeet Kumar Sahu is presently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India. He has received his BE degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2002 from Berhampur University, M.Tech degree in Production Engineering in 2011 from NIT Rourkela and Ph.D. in Nanomanufacturing from Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2016. As a credential he received Institute Day Best Scholar Award in 2010, Best M.Tech Award in 2012 and Prof. M.S. Shanmugam Best Ph.D. Thesis Award in 2016. He has published many Journal papers, Book and Book Chapters in National and International level. His current research areas of interest include micro/nano-machining, nano-materials synthesis and characterization, precision engineering and additive manufacturing.