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Manufacturing Process-I
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About The Book
This book gives adequate theory and practical principles of various manufacturing processes. Each process is comprehensively explained to provide adequate information at all levels throughout the book. This book explains Basic Manufacturing Processes like Chip forming and Chip less Manufacturing Processes containing casting processes. Hot and Cold working processes. Welding Technology and High energy rate forming process.The other part of the book explains Chip forming processes using various machine tools, like Lathe Machine, Boring Machine, Drilling Machine, Shaping Machine, Slotting Machine, Planing Machine, Milling Machine, Grinding Machine etc. which covers Basic Construction, Principle, Specifications and Various Manufacturing Process done by individual machine tool with adequate diagrams, and empirical formulae to calculate cutting speed feed, depth of cut and machining time. This book will be useful for the students of Diploma and degree programs of Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Manufacturing Technology and Automobile Engineering and also it is useful for I.T.I., NCTVT – Programs, supervisors, Tool room engineers, Skilled workers and Consultants working in Industries.

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Table of Contents
1.Introduction to Manufacturing Process
2.Drilling Machine
3.Milling Machine
4.Shaping Machine
5.Planing Machines
6.Slotting Machine
7.Lathe Machine
8.Boring Machine
9.Grinding Machine
10.Micro-Finishing Processes
11.Foundry and Casting Processes
12.Hot and Cold Working MEthods
13.Machine Tool Testing (Metrological)
14.Machine Tool Maintenance and Repair
15.Joining Processes
A.APPENDIX-I : Formulae and summary
B.APPENDIX-II : Multiple Choice Questions

Additional Information

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SKU ME35
Author A.R. Rachayya
Edition 2016
ISBN NO. 81-7684-287-7
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 356
Size 7 × 9.5 inch
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