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단행본
Personal Author
Farag, Mahmoud M., 1937-
Title Statement
Selection of materials and manufacturing processes for engineering design / Mahmoud M. Farag.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Prentice Hall,   c1989.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 533 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0138022089 : 013802216X (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Engineering design. Materials. Manufacturing processes.
비통제주제어
Engineering, Design, Optimisation,,
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
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650 0 ▼a Materials.
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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Chapter1 The Activities Involved in Developing a Concept into a Finished Product
 1.1 Introduction = 1
 1.2 Stages of product development = 1
 1.3 The feasibility study = 4
 1.4 Developing the design and selecting materials and processes = 5
 1.5 Project planning and scheduling = 7
 1.6 Launching the product = 7
 1.7 The product life cycle = 8
 1.8 Review questions and problems = 10
 Bibliography and further reading = 10
PartⅠ BEHAVIOR AND PROCESSING OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS
 Chapter2 Metallic Materials
  2.1 Classification and specification of metallic materials = 13
  2.2 Strengthening of metallic materials = 16
  2.3 Carbon steels = 21
  2.4 Alloy steels = 24
  2.5 Cast irons = 27
  2.6 Light nonferrous metals and alloys = 29
  2.7 Heavy nonferrous metals and alloys = 32
  2.8 Design and selection considerations for metallic materials = 35
  2.9 Review questions and problems = 36
  Bibliography and further reading = 37
 Chapter3 Processing of Metallic Materials
  3.1 Classification of maunfacturing processes = 38
  3.2 Dimensional accuracy and surface finish = 40
  3.3 Maunfacturing by casting = 47
  3.4 Powder metallurgy processes = 52
  3.5 Bulk forming processes = 52
  3.6 Sheet metal forming processes = 55
  3.7 Fastening and jointing processes = 59
  3.8 Machining processes = 65
  3.9 Surface treatment = 69
  3.10 Review questions and problems = 72
  Bibliography and further reading = 72
 Chapter4 Polymeric Materials and their Processing
  4.1 Classification of polymers = 74
  4.2 Parameters affecting the behavior of plastics = 75
  4.3 General charateristics of plastics = 77
  4.4 Thermoplastics = 83
  4.5 Thermosetting plastics = 86
  4.6 Elastomers = 87
  4.7 Adhesives = 88
  4.8 Processing of plastics by molding = 90
  4.9 Extrusion of plastics = 93
  4.10 Thermoforming = 94
  4.11 Casting of plastics = 96
  4.12 Fastening and joining of plastic parts = 97
  4.13 Finishing of plastic parts = 98
  4.14 Design and selection considerations for polymers = 100
  4.15 Review questions and problems = 101
  Bibliography and further reading = 101
 Chapter5 Ceramic Materials and their Processing
  5.1 Classification of ceramic materials = 103
  5.2 General characteristics of ceramics = 103
  5.3 Refractory ceramics = 106
  5.4 Whitewares = 107
  5.5 Clay products = 108
  5.6 Glass = 108
  5.7 Processing of ceramic products = 110
  5.8 Forming of glass products = 113
  5.9 Design considerations for ceramic products = 114
  5.10 Review questions and problems = 115
  Bibliography and further reading = 116
 Chapter6 Composite Materials and their Processing
  6.1 Introduction = 117
  6.2 Dispersion-strengthened composites = 118
  6.3 Particulate-strengthened composites = 120
  6.4 Mechanics of fiber reinforcement = 121
  6.5 Materials for fiber reinforcement = 125
  6.6 Laminated composites = 127
  6.7 Manufacturing of components made of composite materials = 130
  6.8 Designing with composite = 134
  6.9 Selection and use of composite materials = 136
  6.10 Review questions and problems = 140
  Bibliography and further reading = 140
 Chapter7 Failure of components in service
  7.1 Causes of failure of engineering components = 141
  7.2 Types of mechanical failure = 142
  7.3 Fracture toughness and fracture mechanics = 143
  7.4 Ductile and fracture mechanics = 149
  7.5 Ductile and brittle fractures = 153
  7.6 Wear failures = 159
  7.7 Corrosion failures = 160
  7.8 Stress corrosion and corrosion fatigue = 163
  7.9 Elevated temperature failures = 164
  7.10 Failure analysis = 167
  7.11 Review questions and problems = 170
  Bibliography and further reading = 170
 Chapter8 Functional Requirements of Engineering Materials
  8.1 Introduction = 172
  8.2 Selection of materials for static strength = 172
  8.3 Selection of materials for stiffness = 174
  8.4 Selection of materials for fatigue resistance = 179
  8.5 Selection of materials for toughness = 181
  8.6 Selection of materials for corrosion resistance = 185
  8.7 Selection of materials for temperature resistance = 191
  8.8 Selection of materials for wear resistance = 194
  8.9 Selection of materials for protective coatings = 198
  8.10 Review questions and problems = 202
  Bibliography and further reading = 202
PARTⅡ DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF ENGINEERING COMPONENTS
 Chapter9 Elements of Engineering Design
  9.1 Introduction = 207
  9.2 Factors influencing design = 207
  9.3 Major phases of design = 208
  9.4 Design codes and standards = 211
  9.5 Probabilistic design = 213
  9.6 Factor of safety and derating methods = 214
  9.7 Modeling and simulation in design = 217
  9.8 General considerations in mechanical design = 219
  9.9 Review questions and problems = 219
  Bibliography and further reading = 220
 Chapter10 Decision Marking
  10.1 Introduction = 221
  10.2 Decision matrix = 222
  10.3 Decision trees = 224
  10.4 Planning and scheduling models = 225
  10.5 Optimization methods = 229
  10.6 Optimization by differential calculus = 231
  10.7 Search methods of optimization = 231
  10.8 Linear programming = 234
  10.9 Sensitivity analysis = 236
  10.10 Geometric programming = 237
  10.11 Review questions and problems = 238
  Bibliography and further reading = 239
 Chapter11 Effect of Material Properties on Design
  11.1 Factors affecting the behavior of materials in components = 240
  11.2 Statistical variation of material properties = 240
  11.3 Stress concentration = 242
  11.4 Designing for static strength = 246
  11.5 Designing with high-strength low-toughness materials = 250
  11.6 Designing against fatigue = 255
  11.7 Designing under high-temperature conditions = 263
  11.8 Review questions and problems = 268
  Bibliography and further reading = 268
 Chapter12 Effect of Manufacturing Processes on Design
  12.1 Introduction = 269
  12.2 Design considerations for cast components = 269
  12.3 Design considerations for molded plastic components = 271
  12.4 Design considerations for forged components = 274
  12.5 Design of powder metallurgy parts = 275
  12.6 Design of sheet metal parts = 278
  12.7 Design involving joining processes = 279
  12.8 Design involving heat treatment = 285
  12.9 Design involving machining processes = 287
  12.10 Designing for corrosive environments = 289
  12.11 Design involving automated assembly = 292
  12.12 Review questions and problems = 293
  Bibliography and further reading = 293
 Chapter13 Reliability of Engineering Components
  13.1 Introduction = 294
  13.2 Assessment of reliability = 296
  13.3 Service life = 301
  13.4 Hazard analysis = 302
  13.5 Fault tree analysis = 302
  13.6 The role of design in achieving reliability = 305
  13.7 The role of materials and manufacturing in achieving reliability = 309
  13.8 The role of user in achieving reliability = 311
  13.9 Maintenance and condition monitoring = 311
  13.10 Product liability = 312
  13.11 Review questions and problems = 314
  Bibliography and further reading = 315
 Chapter14 Computer Aided Design
  14.1 Introduction = 316
  14.2 The components of CAD systems = 317
  14.3 Geometric modeling = 319
  14.4 Automated drafting = 321
  14.5 Finite element analysis = 322
  14.6 Design review and evaluation = 325
  14.7 Creating the design and manufacturing data base = 325
  14.8 Applications of CAD in industry = 326
  14.9 Benefits of CAD = 327
  14.10 Review questions and problems = 328
  Bibliography and further reading = 328
 Chapter15 Elements of the Production Function
  15.1 Introduction = 329
  15.2 Type of manufacturing system = 331
  15.3 Production planning and control = 332
  15.4 The manufacturing shop = 335
  15.5 Modeling of production system = 336
  15.6 Improving productivity in manufacturing = 337
  15.7 Review questions and problems = 339
  Bibliography and further reading = 340
 Chapter16 Computer Aided Manufacture
  16.1 Fundamentals and applications of CAM = 341
  16.2 Numerical control = 341
  16.3 Computer aided process planning = 343
  16.4 Computer aided quality control = 345
  16.5 Group technology = 346
  16.6 Industrial robots = 351
  16.7 Flexible manufacturing system = 353
  16.8 The automated factory = 355
  16.9 Review questions and problems = 356
  Bibliography and further reading = 356
PARTⅢ ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
 Chapter17 Concepts of Economic Analysis = 361
  17.1 Type of costs in manufacturing = 362
  17.2 Break-even analysis = 365
  17.3 Time value of money = 367
  17.4 Comparing alternatives on cost basis = 367
  17.5 Depreciation and tax considerations = 370
  17.6 Benefit-cost analysis = 373
  17.7 Cost-effectiveness analysis = 375
  17.8 Minimum cost analysis = 377
  17.9 Value analysis = 380
  17.10 Review questions and problems = 381
  Bibliography and further reading = 381
 Chapter18 Economics of Manufacturing Processes
  18.1 Introduction = 382
  18.2 Methods of cost estimation in the process industries = 382
  18.3 Methods of cost estimation in manufacturing industries = 384
  18.4 Manufacturing time = 385
  18.5 Manufacturing costs = 388
  18.6 Economic justification of jigs and fixtures = 390
  18.7 Economic of metal cutting = 391
  18.8 Standard costs = 394
  18.9 Learning curve = 395
  18.10 Selling price of a product = 396
  18.11 Life cycle costing = 399
  18.12 Review questions and problems = 399
  Bibliography and further reading = 400
 Chapter19 Economics of Materials
  19.1 Introduction = 401
  19.2 Elements of the cost of materials = 402
  19.3 Factors affecting material prices = 404
  19.4 Comparison of materials on cost basis = 407
  19.5 Value analysis of material properties = 407
  19.6 Economics of material utilization = 410
  19.7 Competition in the materials field = 412
  19.8 Review questions and problems = 413
  Bibliography and further reading = 413
PARTⅣ   INTEGRATION  OF   DESIGN   AND   ECONOMIC  ANALYSIS   WITHMATERIALS AND PROCESS SELECTION
 Chapter20 The Selection Processes
  20.1 Introduction = 417
  20.2 The nature of the selection process = 418
  20.3 Analysis of the material performance requirements = 419
  20.4 Development and evaluation of alternative solutions = 421
  20.5 Cost per unit property method = 422
  20.6 Weighted properties method = 424
  20.7 Incremental return method = 429
  20.8 Limits on properties method = 430
  20.9 Computer aided materials and process selection = 433
  20.10 Materials data bases = 435
  20.11 Sources of information on materials properties = 437
  20.12 Review questions and problems = 438
  Bibliography and further reading = 443
 Chapter21 Design and Selection of Materials for a Turnbuckle
  21.1 Introduction = 445
  21.2 Design of the turnbuckle = 446
  21.3 Candidate materials and manufacturing processes = 450
  21.4 Sample calculations = 451
  21.5 Review questions and problems = 453
  Bibliography and further reading = 456
 Chapter22 Design and Selection of Structural Parts of a Cargo Trailer
  22.1 Introduction = 457
  22.2 Design of the cargo trailer = 457
  22.3 Candidate materials and manufacturing processes = 459
  22.4 Evaluation of candidate materials = 461
  22.5 Selection of optimum materials = 463
  Bibliography and further reading = 466
 Chapter23 Design and Materials Selection for Lubricated Journal Bearings
  23.1 Introduction = 467
  23.2 Design of the journal bearing = 468
  23.3 Analysis of bearing material requirements = 470
  23.4 Classification of bearing materials = 473
  23.5 Review questions and problems = 474
  Bibliography and further reading = 475
 Chapter24 Analysis of the Requirements and Selection of Materials for Tennis Rackets
  24.1 Introduction = 477
  24.2 Analysis of the functional requirements of the tennis racket = 477
  24.3 Design considerations = 478
  24.4 Analysis of the racket material requirements = 481
  24.5 Classification of racket material = 482
  24.6 Evaluation of racket material = 484
  Bibliography and further reading = 485
 Chapter25 Design and Selection of Materials for a Surgical Implant
  25.1 Introduction = 486
  25.2 Design considerations = 486
  25.3 Analysis of implant material requirements = 489
  25.4 Classification of materials for the prosthesis pin = 491
  25.5 Evaluation of candidate materials = 492
  Bibliography and further reading = 493
PART Ⅴ APPENDICES
 Appendix A Properties and composition of selected engineering materials = 497
 Appendix B Conversion of units and hardness values = 513
 Appendix C Principles of engineering statistics = 516
Index = 528


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