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Introduction to manufacturing processes – different approaches – technical and economic considerations – significance of material properties with respect to selection of manufacturing process
Conventional casting processes – advantages and limitations – melting practices – design of castings – special casting processes
Conventional material joining processes – concept of weldability – need for dissimilar joints - machining processes – concept of machinability – material examples – developments in machining processes
Rolling – forging – extrusion – drawing - sheet metal forming – classification, advantages and limitations
Introduction to powder metallurgy – recent developments esp. in forging and mechanical alloying - concept of near net shape processing - concept and applications of rapid prototyping – emerging technologies for nano – processing
1. Rao, P.N, ‘Manufacturing Technology’, Tata McGraw Hill, 1996.2. Kalpakjian, S, ‘Manufacturing Engineering and Technology’, 3rd Edition, Addison-Wesly, 1995.