Composites Manufacturing – Sanjay K. Mazumdar – 1st Edition

More and more companies manufacture reinforced composite products. To meet the market need, researchers and industries are developing manufacturing methods without a reference that thoroughly covers the manufacturing guidelines. : Materials, Product, and Process Engineering fills this void. The author presents a classification of , helping you understand where a process fits within the overall scheme and which process is best suited for a particular component.

You will understand:

  • Types of raw materials available for the fabrication of composite products
  • Methods of selecting right material for an application
  • Six important phases of a product process
  • Design for manufacturing (DFM) approach for integrating benefits and capabilities of the manufacturing process into design of the product so that the best product can be produced in a shortest possible time and with limited resources
  • Detailed description of manufacturing processes with some case studies on actual part making such as boat hulls, bathtubs, fishing rods and more
  • Process models and process selection criteria
  • Design and manufacturing guidelines for making cost-competitive composite products
  • Procedures for writing manufacturing instructions and bill of materials
  • Joining and machining for composite materials
  • Cost-estimating techniques and methods of comparing technologies/manufacturing processes based on cost
  • Recycling approach to deal with post-market composite products

To stay ahead in this quickly changing field, you need information you can trust. You need Composites Manufacturing: Materials, Product, and Process Engineering.

  1. Introduction
  2. Conventional Engineering Materials
  3. What ARE Composites
  4. of Fibers and Matrix
  5. Special Features of Composites
  6. Drawbacks of Composites
  7. Composites Processing
  8. Composites Product Fabrication
  9. Composites Markets
  10. Barriers in Composite Markets
  11. Raw Material for Part Fabrication
  12. Introduction
  13. Reinforcements
  14. Matrix Materials
  15. Fabrics
  16. Prepregs
  17. Preforms
  18. Molding Compound
  19. Honeycomb and Other Core Materials
  20. Material Selection Guidelines
  21. Introduction
  22. The Need for Material Selection
  23. Reasons for Material Selection
  24. Material Property Information
  25. Steps in Material Selection Process
  26. Material Selection Methods
  27. Product Development
  28. Introduction
  29. What is Product Development Process
  30. Reasons for Product Development
  31. Importance of Product Development
  32. Concurrent Engineering
  33. Product Life Cycle
  34. Phases of Product Development
  35. Design Review
  36. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  37. Design for Manufacturing
  38. Introduction
  39. of a Design
  40. What is DFM
  41. DFM Implementation Guidelines
  42. Success Stories
  43. When to Apply DFM
  44. Design Evaluation Methods
  45. Design for Assembly
  46. Manufacturing Techniques
  47. Manufacturing Process Selection Criteria
  48. Manufacturing Process Requirement
  49. Mold and Tool Making
  50. Basic Steps in a Composites Manufacturing Process
  51. Advantages and Disadvantages of Thermoset and Thermoplastic Composites Processing
  52. Composites Manufacturing Processes
  53. Manufacturing Processes for Thermoset Composites
  54. Thermoplastic Manufacturing Processes
  55. Process Models
  56. Introduction
  57. Importance of Models in Composites Manufacturing
  58. Composites Processing
  59. Process Models for Selected Thermoset and Thermoplastic Processing
  60. Process Model for RTM
  61. Production Planning and Manufacturing Instructions
  62. Objectives of Production Planning
  63. Bill of Materials
  64. Manufacturing Instructions
  65. Capacity Planning
  66. Joining of Composite Materials
  67. Adhesive Bonding
  68. Failure Modes in Adhesive Bonding
  69. Basic Science of Adhesive Bonding
  70. Types of Adhesives
  71. Advantages of Adhesive Bonding over Mechanical Joints
  72. Disadvantages of Adhesive Bonding
  73. Adhesive Selection Guidelines
  74. Surface Preparation Guidelines
  75. Design Guidelines for Adhesive Bonding
  76. Theoretical Stress Analysis for Bonded Joints
  77. Mechanical Joints
  78. Advantages of Mechanical Joints
  79. Disadvantages of Mechanical Joints
  80. Failure Modes in a Bolted Joint
  81. Design Parameters for Bolted Joints
  82. Preparation for the Bolted Joint
  83. Machining and Cutting of Composites
  84. Objectives/Purpose of Machining
  85. Challenges During Composites Machining
  86. Failure Mode During Composites Machining
  87. Cutting Tools
  88. Types of Machining Operations
  89. Cost Estimation
  90. Introduction
  91. The Need of Cost Estimating
  92. Cost Estimating Requirements
  93. Types of Cost
  94. Cost Estimating Techniques
  95. Cost Analysis for Composite Manufacturing Processes
  96. Learning Curve
  97. Guidelines for Minimization of Production Cost
  98. Recycling of Composites
  99. Introduction
  100. Categories of Dealing with Wastes
  101. Recycling Methods
  102. Existing Infrastructures for Recycling
Title: Composites Manufacturing: Materials. Product and Process Engineering
Author: Sanjay K. Mazumdar
Edition: 1st Edition
ISBN: 0849305853 | 978-0849305856
Type: eBook
Language: English
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