This book focuses on presenting manufacturing process technologies exclusively for fabricating major aircraft components.
Author: Pradip K. Saha
Publisher: CRC Press
Manufacturing processes for aircraft components include broad activities consisting of multiple materials processing technologies. This book focuses on presenting manufacturing process technologies exclusively for fabricating major aircraft components. Topics covered in a total of twenty chapters are presented with a balanced perspective on the relevant fundamentals and various examples and case studies. An individual chapter is aimed at discussing the scope and direction of research and development in producing high strength lighter aircraft materials, and cost effective manufacturing processes are also included.
The cycle includes a joint evaluation by an onsite management council made up
of representatives from the DCMC and industry . The council targets primarily
manufacturing processes and practices rather than military specifications
Author: Society of Automotive Engineers
Publisher: Society of Automotive Engineers
Following the conference theme "affordable manufacturing solutions for the 21st century," contents include: laser positioning system for advanced composites lay-up, delta III payload fairing; characterization of flow front in resin transfer molding; optical layup template; modeling and assessment of machine tool dynamics and accuracy; the role of castings in part consolidation; automated assembly of large products; automation of the space shuttle solid rocket motor assembly process; evolution to lean manufacturing: a case study of Boeing of Spokane; and advances in real-time monitoring of acoustic emissions.
All rights reserved. doi:10.3233/ATDE190036 Model-Based Enterprise
Framework for Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Essam SHEHABa,b,1,
Margaux SCHULERa, Philip BAMFORTHc and Kamran GOHERa
Author: Y. Jin
Publisher: IOS Press
The development and management of technologies and operations are key to the success of all types of manufacturing business. This book presents the proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR 2019), held in Belfast, UK, on 10 – 12 September 2019. ICMR has been the UK’s main manufacturing research conference for 34 years and an international conference since 2003. It brings together researchers, academics and industrialists to share their vision, knowledge and experience and discuss emerging trends and new challenges in manufacturing research. The conference theme of ICMR2019 was smart manufacturing, and the book includes the 82 papers presented at the conference (representing an acceptance rate of 69%). These have been divided into 13 parts, which cover topics ranging from robot automation and machining processes, additive manufacturing, composite manufacturing, design methods, to information management, quality control, production optimization and product lifecycle management. Providing an overview of current trends and developments, the book will be of interest to researchers and engineers in the relevant area of manufacturing processes, design and production management.
All rights reserved. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-902-7-197 Improving Product
Design hrough Knowledge Management in Aerospace Manufacturing Lifecycle T
Mohammed EL SOURIa, James GAO1,a, Oladele OWODUNNIa, Clive
Author: P. Thorvald
Publisher: IOS Press
The urgent need to keep pace with the accelerating globalization of manufacturing in the 21st century has produced rapid advancements in technology, research and innovation. This book presents the proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Manufacturing Research incorporating the 33nd National Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR 2018), held in Skövde, Sweden, in September 2018. The aim of the conference is to create a friendly and inclusive environment, bringing together researchers, academics and industrialists with practical and theoretical knowledge to share and discuss emerging trends and new challenges. The book is divided into 12 parts, covering areas such as the manufacturing process; robots; product design and development; smart manufacturing; and lean, among others. Covering both cutting-edge research and recent industrial applications, the book will appeal to all those with an interest in recent advances in manufacturing technology.
This book covers the major manufacturing processes for polymer matrix composites with an emphasis on continuous fibre-reinforced composites. It covers the major fabrication processes in detail.
Author: Flake C Campbell Jr
• One of very few books available to cover this subject area. • A practical book with a wealth of detail. This book covers the major manufacturing processes for polymer matrix composites with an emphasis on continuous fibre-reinforced composites. It covers the major fabrication processes in detail. Very few books cover the details of fabrication and assembly processes for composites. This book is intended for the engineer who wants to learn more about composite processing: any one with some experience in composites should be able to read it. The author, who has 34 years experience in the aerospace industry, has intentionally left out mathematical models for processes so the book will be readable by the general engineer. It differs from other books on composites manufacturing in focussing almost solely on manufacturing processes, while not attempting to cover materials, test methods, mechanical properties and other areas of composites.
This contributed volume contains the research results presented at the 4th Machining Innovations Conference, Hannover, September 2013.
Author: Berend Denkena
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This contributed volume contains the research results presented at the 4th Machining Innovations Conference, Hannover, September 2013. The topic of the conference are new production technologies in aerospace industry and the focus is on energy efficient machine tools as well as sustainable process planning. The target audience primarily comprises researchers and experts in the field but the book may also be beneficial for graduate students.
The book's editors have assembled an international team of experts who discuss recent developments and the future prospects of additive manufacturing.
Author: Francis H. Froes
Additive Manufacturing for the Aerospace Industry explores the design, processing, metallurgy and applications of additive manufacturing (AM) within the aerospace industry. The book's editors have assembled an international team of experts who discuss recent developments and the future prospects of additive manufacturing. The work includes a review of the advantages of AM over conventionally subtractive fabrication, including cost considerations. Microstructures and mechanical properties are also presented, along with examples of components fabricated by AM. Readers will find information on a broad range of materials and processes used in additive manufacturing. It is ideal reading for those in academia, government labs, component fabricators, and research institutes, but will also appeal to all sectors of the aerospace industry. Provides information on a broad range of materials and processes used in additive manufacturing Presents recent developments in the design and applications of additive manufacturing specific to the aerospace industry Covers a wide array of materials for use in the additive manufacturing of aerospace parts Discusses current standards in the area of aerospace AM parts
"This book presents the recent developments of hybrid machining processes and their application on aerospace alloys and metals and examines necessary machining processes for manufacturing aerospace parts and components on various aerospace ...
Author: Anand Pandey
Publisher: Engineering Science Reference
"This book presents the recent developments of hybrid machining processes and their application on aerospace alloys and metals and examines necessary machining processes for manufacturing aerospace parts and components on various aerospace materials"--
This book addresses the emerging needs of the aerospace industry by discussing recent developments and future trends of aeronautic materials.
Author: Spiros Pantelakis
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book addresses the emerging needs of the aerospace industry by discussing recent developments and future trends of aeronautic materials. It is aimed at advancing existing materials and fostering the ability to develop novel materials with less weight, increased mechanical properties, more functionality, diverse manufacturing methods, and recyclability. The development of novel materials and multifunctional materials has helped to increase efficiency and safety, reduce costs, and decrease the environmental foot print of the aeronautical industry. In this book, integral metallic structures designed by disruptive concepts, including topology optimization and additive manufacturing, are highlighted.
In the Soviet spacecraft 'Buran' many fuselage tubes are made of boron-aluminium composites. Carbon-aluminium is used for space mirrors and gas turbine blades. These are just a few examples of applications.
Author: A.G. Bratukhin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Some years ago in Paisley (Scotland) the International Conference on Composite Materials, headed by Professor I. Marshall, took place. During the conference, I presented a paper on the manufacturing and properties of the Soviet Union's composite materials. Soviet industry had made great achievements in the manufacturing of composite materials for aerospace and rocket applications. For example, the fraction of composites (predominantly carbon fibre reinforced plastics) in the large passenger aircrafts Tu-204 and 11-86 is 12-15% of the structure weight. The percentage by weight share of composites in military aircraft is greater and the fraction of composites (organic fibre reinforced plastics) used in military helicopters exceeds a half of the total structure weight. The nose parts of most rockets are produced in carbon-carbon materials. In the Soviet spacecraft 'Buran' many fuselage tubes are made of boron-aluminium composites. Carbon-aluminium is used for space mirrors and gas turbine blades. These are just a few examples of applications. Many participants at the Paisley conference suggested that the substantial Soviet experience in the field of composite materials should be distilled and presented in the form of a comprehensive reference publication. So the idea of the preparation and publication of a six volume work Soviet Advanced Composites Technology, edited by Professor I. Marshall and me, was born.
New features of this edition: New and updated illustrations throughout Key Terms feature begins each chapter New introductory summary at start of each chapter New "Introduction" chapter Expanded coverage of ceramics, plastics, and ...
Author: R. Gregg Bruce
Publisher: Prentice Hall
An introductory text that presents broad coverage of both materials and processes, from raw material to finished product. The text is written for a survey course that covers both materials and manufacturing processes at the technology level.