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NIKHIL R. DHAR, Ph. D.

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL & PRODUCTION


ENGINEERING
BUET BANGLADESH
Course Outlines

Conventional Machining Processing of Plastics


 Turning and Related Operations  Classification of Plastics
 Drilling and Related Operations  Raw Materials
 Milling and Related Operations  Processing of Plastics
 Shaping and Related Operations Injection Moulding
 Grinding and Related Operations Extrusion Process
Theory of Metal Cutting Compression Molding
 Cutting Tool Geometry Blow Moulding
 Theory of Chip Formation Vacuum Forming
 Mechanics of Metal Cutting Selection of Manufacturing Processes
 Tool Wear and Too Life on the basis of product
characteristics and manufacturing
Non-conventional Machining economy
 Abrasive Jet Machining (AJM)
 Water Jet Machining (WJM)
 Ultrasonic Machining (USM)
 Electrochemical Machining (ECM)
 Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
 Laser Beam Machining (LBM)
 Electron Beam Machining (EBM)
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Suggested Reading

Materials and Processes in Manufacturing- E.P. Degarmo, J.T. Black & R.A. Kohser
Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing- M.P. Groover
Processes and Design for Manufacturing- S.D.EI Wakil
Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials- S. Kalpakjian & S. R. Schmid
Metal Cutting: Theory & Practice - A. Bhattacharyya
Non-Conventional Machining - P. K. Mishra
Metal Cutting Principles - M. C. Shaw
Metal Cutting - E. Trent
Manufacturing Technology – B. Kumar
Production Technology (Manufacturing Processes)- P.C. Sharma
Production Technology- R.B. Gupta

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Manufacturing

"Manufacturing" is a process for converting ideas and market or


customer needs into artifacts; Includes design, procurement, test,
finance, human resources, marketing, etc.
Manufacturing is the conversion of raw materials into useful products
 Creating shapes by various means and assembling these shapes into a useful
product
 The processes used to transform raw material into finished products
 A physical product always has a shape
Function
Aesthetics
 These shapes are created by a wide variety of processes
 Students must remember that these processes exist only in the context of the
larger Manufacturing process

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Manufacturing

Societal pressures, Government regulations,


company plans and policies, etc
Customer
needs

manufacturing Products
Raw
material

People, money, machines and automation

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The manufacturing Process

Materials Science, Statics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Fluid


dynamics
Raw Material

Material

Products
Assembly
Transformation
Processes

Machines and Automation

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Engineering Materials

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Fundamentals of Manufacturing

The method chosen depends on the material and the shape and
properties required
 Formability
 Machinability
 Hardenability
 Castability
 Compactability
 Sinterability
 Weldability

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Classification of Manufacturing Processes

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Manufacturing
Market Product Development Original concepts, Design sketches, Working
drawing, First model, Testing, Revised model
Survey & and Design and Production drawing etc
Plan

Cost From Stock


Estimating MONEY GO AHEAD Holders

Men and
Machine & Tool Material
Women

Tooling Manufacturing Production


Planning

Goal:
Less Cost, Higher Quality, Faster Shipment

Conventional Machining: Welding:


Turning, Shaping, Drilling, Milling, Non-conventional Machining: Gas & Arc welding, Resistance welding,
Grinding, Broaching, Boring, etc. EDM, ECM, EBW etc. Thermit welding, Radiant energy welding

Forming: Casting:
Forging, Rolling, Extrusion, Drawing etc. Forging, Rolling, Extrusion, Drawing etc.

INSPECTION

PRODUCT
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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