This is an introductory level course in Manufacturing Process Technology Part II is mostly meant for Undergraduate engineers. At the heart of any manufacturing system is a set of processes which change the size, shape and form of raw materials into the desirable thus giving an industrial nation the power of growing. This course is an introductory course for engineering professionals who would like to take up careers in manufacturing particularly at the process level and also for professionals who are already in manufacturing careers and would like to see the technological changes that the manufacturing processes have witnessed in the last about 5 decades. Pre-requisites None INTENDED AUDIENCE Students of BE/ME/MS/BSc/MSc stream
Week 1 to 2: Manufacturing properties of materials. Week 3 to 4: Casting Processes, Gating Design and Casting Defects. Week 5: Machining Processes e.g. turning, drilling, grinding etc. Tool life. Week 6: Basic Joining Processes. Week 7 to 8: Advanced Machining Processes e.g. AJM, ECM, EDM, LBM, USM etc. Week 9 to 10: Metal Forming Processes such as rolling, forging, extrusion etc. Week 11 to 12: Micro-fabrication processes, Additive manufacturing.
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