Principles Automation And Advanced Manufacturing Systems

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Publisher KHANNA PUBLISHERS All Mechanical Engineering books by KHANNA PUBLISHERS
ISBN 9788174091904
Author: Dr. K. C. Jain
Number of Pages 746
Edition First Edition
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Principles Automation And Advanced Manufacturing Systems by Dr. K. C. Jain
Book Summary:

"Beautiful things and compositions are not made by chance, nor they can be ever, made in any material at all expense. Compositions and forms for cheapness and not excellence of workmanship is the most frequent and definite cause of rapid decay and destruction of art and manufacturing systems". JOSIAH WEDGWOOD

The word 'Automation' was coined soon after the second world war, however it may be difficult to clearly identify the originator of this word. John Diebold while writing the report on "Making the Automatic Factory a Reality", used the word 'Automation' instead of 'automatization' which appeared to be auckward D.S. Hander of the Ford Motor Company also used the word 'automation', to describe the automatic handling of the materials and part in and out of the machines. While 'automation' is now common and often repeatedly used in our every day vocabulary, however, it denotes many different things to different people. In one sense automation implies, replacing human operatives and artisans with automatic machines, in another it implies continuous processing or online production, again it implies rather elaborate controls and inter-connections between individual operations, some times computer directed, often incorporated with feedback devices and closed loop control circuits, and yet in another sense, it implies on operation that is simply more mechanical than its predecessor.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Machanical Engineering Students.
Table of Content:
 

1. Idstory Of Automation In Production Systems

2. Manufacturing Strategies And Automation

3. Automation Production Economics

4. Mechatronics

5. Sensing, Detecting, Measuring And Recognising Devices In Automation

6. Feedback Control System And Automation

7. Adaptive Control

8. Logical Sequence Control In Automated Systems

9. Programmable Logic Controllers & Communication In Automated Systems

10.High Volume Production Systems

11. Concurrent- Engineering

12. Rapid Prototyping Manufacturing System

13. Computer Aided Design

14. Data Transfer & Communication In Automation Systems

15. Computer Aided Manufacture: Programmable Automation

16. Nc, Cnc Part Programming

16A. Tools And Tooling For Nc, Cnc Machines

16B. Economics Of Nc, Cnc Manufacturing

17. Cad Based Cnc Programming: Cam Sofrwares

18. Robot And Its Applications In Automation

19. Flexible Manufacturing Systems

20. Artificial Intelligence And Expert System In Automation

21. Automated Material Movement

22. Autotool Changing And Monitoring

23. Automatic Storage And Retrieval System

24. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems

25. Factory Of The Future

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