1st Edition

Smart Technologies for Improved Performance of Manufacturing Systems and Services

    210 Pages 75 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book discusses smart technologies and their influence in the field of manufacturing and industrial systems engineering, in the context of performability enhancement, and explores the development of the workforce for the execution of such smart and advanced technologies.

    Smart Technologies for Improved Performance of Manufacturing Systems and Services discusses the integration of smart technology into the production process and supply chain to enhance the overall performance of manufacturing industries. As well as emphasizing the fundamentals of smart technologies, such as artificial intelligence, big data, and cyber-physical systems, it highlights the role that machine learning plays along with other smart technologies. Real-time case studies highlight the applications of smart digital technologies, and research insights into the area of performability and overall sustainable development round out the great range of discussions this reference book has to offer.

    Managers and stakeholders seeking coverage on techniques and methods for integration into their organizations, as well as students and researchers in the field will find this book very useful.

    1. Enhancement of Manufacturing Sector Performance with the Application of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Pravatnallini Chhotaray, Bikash Chandra Behera, Bikash Ranjan Moharana, Kamalakanta Muduli, and Fono-Tamo Romeo Sephyrin.

    2. Reliability Prediction Using Machine Learning Approach. Granville James Embia, Bikash Ranjan Moharana, Bikash Chandra Behera, Noor Hafizah Mohmaed, Dillip Kumar Biswal, and Kamalakanta Muduli.

    3. Quality Control in the Era of IoT and Automation in the Context of Developing Nations. Kialakun N. Galgal, Manidatta Ray, Bikash Ranjan Moharana, Bikash Chandra Behera, and Kamalakanta Muduli.

    4. Precision Positioning of Robotic Manipulators in Manufacturing Processes through PID Controller to Contribute towards Sustainability. Shiv Manjaree Gopaliya and Manoj Kumar Gopaliya.

    5. Role of Additive Manufacturing in Industry 4.0. Harsh Sonia and B.N. Sahooa.

    6. Challenges and Prospects of Welding 4.0 Adoption: Implication for Emerging Economics. Raju Prasad Mahto and Matruprasad Rout.

    7. An Approach to Friction Stir Additive Manufacturing of Light Weight Metal Alloys. Prakash Kumar Sahu, Anmol Bhengra, and Jayashree Das.

    8. Analysis and Improvement Performance of Manufacturing in Friction Stir Welding. Sharda Pratap Shrivas, G. K. Agrawal, Shubhrata Nagpal, and Shailesh Dewangan.

    9. Multi-Response Optimization of Process Parameters in Friction Stir Additive Manufacturing of Magnesium Alloy. Prakash Kumar Sahu, Chinmaya Prasad Nanda, Jayashree Das, and Qingyu Shi.

    10. Ultrasonic Welding for Light-Weight Structural Applications: An Industry Perspective. Soumyajit Das, Mantra Prasad Satpathy, Ashutosh Pattanaik, Bharat Chandra Routara, and Bikash Ranjan Moharana.

    11. Supervised Machine Learning Algorithms for Machinability Assessment of Graphene Reinforced Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites. Suryakant Muduli, Trupti R. Mahapatra, Allu V. K. Murty Soumya R. Parimanik, Debadutta Mishra, and Pratap Chandra Padhi.

    12. Focused Ion Beam Machining as a Technology for Long Term Sustainability. Deepak Patil.


    Dr. Bikash Chandra Behera is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, C.V. Raman Global University, India. He is currently working in the area Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning applications in manufacturing processes. Dr. Behera received his doctoral degree from IIT Delhi, India.

    Dr. Bikash Ranjan Moharana is an Assistant Professor at the Mechanical Engineering Department, at C.V. Raman Global University, India. He received his Ph.D. degree at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, India. His research interests include various fusion welding processes, non-traditional machining, process optimization, mechanical and metallurgical analysis. He is a fellow member in Institution of Engineers India, IIW and IWS.

    Dr. Kamalakanta Muduli, is an Associate Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Papua New Guinea. He obtained his PhD from the School of Mechanical Sciences, IIT Bhubaneswar, India. He is a recipient of the ERASMUS+ KA107 award granted by the European Union. His research interests include Materials Science, Manufacturing, Sustainable supply chain management, and Industry 4.0 applications in operations and supply chain management. Dr Muduli is a fellow of Institution of Engineers India and a senior member of Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering and member of ASME.

    Professor Sardar M.N. Islam, Ph. D., LL. B. (Law), is a Professor at Victoria University, Australia. He has published extensively across a broad range of disciplines and his research has attracted international acclaim, leading to a large number of appointments as a distinguished visiting professor, visiting professor, or adjunct professor in different countries, as well as a keynote speaker at many international conferences.