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CONTENTS
PREFACE
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. WHAT IS MANUFACTURING?
1.2. MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
1.3. MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING IN LITHUANIA
2. PRINCIPAL CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS
2.1. PRODUCT AND ITS ELEMENTS
2.2. PRODUCTION AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
2.3. TYPES OF ENGINEERING PRODUCTION AND MANUFACTURING METHODS
3. PRODUCT QUALITY AND EVALUATION
3.1. SERVICE FUNCTION OF A MACHINE
3.2. QUALITY OF A MACHINE
3.3. THE MEANING OF ACCURACY IN ENGINEERING PRODUCTION
3.4. PART ACCURACY
3.5. ACCURACY OF A MACHINE
3.6. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF PRODUCT QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS
3.6.1. Kinds of Errors
3.6.2. Frequency Distribution Curves
3.6.3. Point–to–Point Graphs, Accuracy Charts, Control Charts andTheir use for Accuracy Evaluation
3.6.4. Influence of Various Factors on the Quality Characteristics of the Product
3.6.5. The Principal Features of the Phenomenon of Scatter in a Batch of the Product
4. METHODS FOR INCREASING MACHINING ACCURACY
4.1. BASIC PRINCIPLES AND DEFINITIONS OF THE THEORY OF DIMENSION CHAINS
4.2. MAGNITUDE OF THE CONCLUDING MEMBER. CALCULATING THE NOMINAL MEMBERS
4.3. ERROR OF THE CONCLUDING MEMBER OF A DIMENSIONAL CHAIN
4.4. METHODS OF ACHIEVING ACCURACY IN THE CONCLUDING MEMBER
4.4.1. Complete Interchangeability Method
4.4.2. Limited (Partial) Interchangeability Method
4.4.3. Group Interchangeability Method
4.4.4. Fitting Method
4.4.5. Adjustment Method
4.5. THE METHODS FOR PROVIDING DIMENSIONAL ACCURACY IN MANUFACTURING
4.6. FUNDAMENTALS OF LOCATION
4.6.1. The Meaning of Location
4.6.2. Locating When Machining is Provided by Presetting the Machine Tool (automatically)
4.6.3. Selection of Locations
4.6.4. Calculations of Dimensions and Tolerances when Changing Locations
4.7. THE RIGIDITY OF THE MACHINING COMPLEX
4.7.1. The Meaning of Rigidity
4.7.2. Evaluation of the Rigidity of the Machining Complex
4.7.3. The Error Reduction When Machining a Workpiece
4.8. DIMENSIONAL WEAR OF THE CUTTING TOOL
4.9. THERMAL DISTORTIONS OF THE MACHINING COMPLEX
4.10. MACHINE – TOOL GEOMETRY ERRORS
4.11. RESIDUAL STRESS IN WORKPIECE MATERIAL
4.12. CUTTING TOOL ERRORS
4.13. ERRORS OF MEASUREMENT
4.14. MACHINE TOOL SETTING ERRORS
4.15. MACHINE TOOL VIBRATIONS
4.16. DETERMINING THE TOTAL MACHINING ERROR
4.17. THE WAYS OF INCREASING MACHINING ACCURACY
5. SURFACE QUALITY OF MACHINE PARTS AND BLANKS
5.1. BASIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS
5.2. EFFECT OF SURFACE QUALITY ON FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF MACHINE PARTS
5.3. FACTORS AFFECTING QUALITY OF SURFACE
5.4. MEASUREMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF SURFACE QUALITY
5.5. SURFACE TREATMENT METHODS
6. PRODUCTIVITY IN MACHINING OPERATIONS
6.1. TIME STANDARDS AND THEIR STRUCTURE
6.2. DETERMINING THE PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS OF THE STANDARD TIME
6.3. CONCEPT OF PRODUCIBILITY. QUALITATIVE EVALUATION
6.4. QUANTITATIVE METHOD OF EVALUATING PRODUCIBILITY
6.5. DESIGN OF PARTS FOR EASE OF ASSEMBLY
7. PLANING FOR ASSEMBLY
7.1. ASSEMBLY ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES
7.2. PREPARING PARTS FOR ASSEMBLY
7.3. ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS
7.4. PLANNING THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS
7.5. RATE SETTING FOR ASSEMBLY OPERATIONS
8. STOCK PREPARATION AND BLANK SELECTION FOR MACHINE PARTS
8.1. PRINCIPAL METHODS USED TO MAKE THE BLANKS FOR MACHINE PARTS
8.2. MACHINING ALLOWANCES. OPERATION TOLERANCES
8.3. STATISTICAL DATA FOR ESTABLISHING MACHINING ALLOWANCES
8.4. ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR ESTABLISHING MACHINING ALLOWANCES
9. PROCESS PLANNING PRINCIPLES
9.1. AIMS AND SCOPE OF PROCESS PLANNING
9.2. INITIAL DATA REQUIRED FOR PROCESS PLANNING
9.3. PRINCIPLES FOLLOWED IN PLANNING THE OPERATION SEQUENCE
9.4. NUMERICAL CONTROL
9.5. PROGRAMMING FOR NUMERICAL CONTROL
9.6. PROCESS PLANING FOR MACHINING CENTRE
9.7. ADAPTIVE CONTROL
9.8. MANUFACTURING PROCESS STANDARDIZATION
9.9. GROUP TECHNOLOGY
10. MACHINING GEARS
10.1. METHODS OF CUTTING SPUR AND HELICAL GEARS
10.2. METHODS OF FINISHING SPUR AND HELICAL GEARS
10.3. METHODS OF CUTTING BEVEL GEARS
11. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING(CIM)
11.1. DEFINITION OF CIM
11.2. CAD, CAM, CAPP
11.3. CELLULAR MANUFACTURING, FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING CELLS, FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
11.4. JUST-IN-TIME PRODUCTION
11.5. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
11.6. FACTORY OF THE FUTURE
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