Thursday, May 17, 2018

Mechanical Engineers’ Handbook Manufacturing and Management Third Edition By Myer Kutz

Mechanical Engineers’ Handbook Manufacturing and Management Third Edition By Myer Kutz
1. Product Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&A)
2. Achieving Enterprise Goals with New Process Technology
3. Classification Systems
4. Production Planning
5. Production Processes and Equipment
6. Metal Forming, Shaping, and Casting
7. Mechanical Fasteners
8. Statistical Quality Control
9. Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 
10. Material Handling
11. Coatings and Surface Engineering: Physical Vapor Deposition
12. Product Design and Manufacturing Processes for Sustainability
13. Managing Projects in Engineering Organizations Using Interorganizational Teams 
14. Managing People
15. Finance and the Engineering Function
16. Detailed Cost Estimating
17. Investment Analysis
18. Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, and Continuous Improvement
19. Registrations, Certifications, and Awards
20. Safety Engineering
21. What the Law Requires of the Engineer
22. Patents
23. Electronic Information Resources: Your Online Survival Guide
24. Sources of Mechanical Engineering Information
The third volume of the Third Edition of the Mechanical Engineers’ Handbook comprises two parts: Manufacturing and Management. Each part contains 12 chapters. Contributors include business owners, consultants, lawyers, librarians, and academics from all around the United States. Part 1 opens with a chapter from the second edition on Product Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&A). The centerpiece of Part 1 includes the chapters that in earlier editions of the handbook have been called ‘‘the handbook within the handbook.’’ Developed by a team at Louisiana State University and the University of Louisville, these
six chapters, which have been updated, span manufacturing topics from production planning, production processes and equipment, metal forming, shaping, and casting, statistical quality control, computer-integrated manufacturing, to material handling. The chapter on classifi cation systems remains unchanged from earlier editions; the chapter on mechanical fasteners has been revised extensively. Part 1 has three chapters entirely new to the handbook: a chapter on physical vapor deposition, one on environmentally conscious manufacturing, and one on a new approach to dealing with process technology in the context of design, tooling, manufacturing, and quality engineering. The latter chapter is indicative of how much contributors can give of themselves. Its content is the lifeblood of its author’s consulting practice


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