Fundamentals of Manufacturing Materials, Processes & Systems

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Description

This course provides an introduction to the manufacturing processes that are used in industry to manufacture products that are widely used in daily life.

Introduction to Manufacturing: Types of manufacturing industries, materials used in manufacturing and properties of materials, different processing operation.

Sand Casting:

  • Introduction: Sand casting, molding, heating, pouring, solidification, and cooling. Pattern: making, material, types, construction, pattern allowances.
  • Core: making, types, sand conditioning, testing of the sand, molding process, tools and equipment, molding machines, different types of casting, cleaning and finishing of castings, an inspection of castings.

Permanent Mold Casting (PMC): Introduction, types of PMC, gravity die casting, and its types. Pressure die casting, Centrifugal casting, and their types. Furnaces used in PMC.

Metal Forming:
Fundamentals, Types, hot, warm, and cold working.
Bulk Deformation Processes:

  • Rolling; rolled products, rolling types: flat, shape, thread, gear, ring rolling, and rolling mill configurations.
  • Forging; open die, impression die, press, upset, roll, net shape, isothermal forging and swaging.
  • Extrusion; solid & hollow shapes, direct & indirect, hot & cold, continuous & discrete, impact extrusion, hydrostatic.
  • Drawing; bar, wire, tube drawing and its types tike tube sinking, fixed mandrel, floating plug.
    Other metal forming processes; roll extrusion, riveting, staking, peening, coining, hubbing, burnishing.

Sheet metal forming processes: Shearing operations: slitting, blanking, piercing, cutoff, parting, dinking, slotting, perforating, notching, semi-notching, lancing, nibbling, trimming, shaving, fine blanking. Bending operations: V bending, edge bending, flanging, curling, hemming, seaming. Drawing operations like deep and shallow drawing, embossing.

Welding Processes: Classification, Fusion welding and its types such as oxyfuel gas welding and oxygen torch cutting, arc welding (shielded metal, flux-cored, gas metal, submerged, gas tungsten, plasma, stud welding, Arc cutting), resistance welding (spot, seam and projection. Heating, pressure, current control and power supply for resistance welding).
Solid-state welding and its types include diffusion welding, friction welding, and ultrasonic welding.

  • Other welding processes: Forge, Roll, Friction, Explosion, Thermic, Electron beam, Laser welding and cutting, Brazing and Soldering.

Fabrication of Plastics: Casting, Blow molding and its types, Compression molding, Transfer molding, Cold molding, Injection molding: Injection molding machine, mold design, and construction, types of mold, cooling and ejection of mold, Reaction injection molding, Welding of plastics.

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Course Outline

Introduction to Manufacturing:

Lecture 1

  • Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
  • What is manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Industries
  • Manufacturing Products
  • Production Quantity and Product variety
  • Materials in Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Processes (Processing operations and Assembly operations)

Sand Casting:

Lecture 2

  • Overview of casting technologies
  • Difference between casting and molding
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of casting processes
  • Casting Processes (Expendable mold casting and permanent mold casting)

Lecture 3

  • Sand casting and Engineering analysis of sand casting y sand
  • Pouring and Engineering Analysis of Pouring
  • Flow rate and time required to fill the mold
  • Fluidity
  • Solidification and Cooling

Lecture 4

  • Solidification of pure metals and alloys (Alloys and Eutectic Alloys)
  • Solidification time and Shrinkage
  • Directional Solidification

Lecture 5

  • Riser Design with Exercise Problems.

Lecture 6

  • Pattern for casting
  • Materials used for pattern
  • Types of pattern
  • Mold making and Classification of sand molds
  • What is foundry sand?

Lecture 7

  • Buoyancy Force
  • Metal casting processes
  • Shell molding
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Shell molding
  • Vacuum molding
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Vacuum molding
  • Expanded Polystyrene Casting
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Expanded Polystyrene Casting
  • Investment casting
  • Plaster and Ceramic Mold casting

Permanent Mold Casting (PMC):

Lecture 8

  • Types of pattern allowance (Shrinkage and contraction allowance, Draft allowance, Machining allowance, and Distortion allowance)
  • Permanent mold casting and its Applications.
  • Slush casting
  • Low-pressure casting
  • Vacuum permanent mold casting
  • Die casting (Hot and cold chamber die casting)
  • Advantages and Limitations
  • Centrifugal casting and Semi centrifugal casting

Lecture 9

  • Furnaces
  • Cupolas Furnace
  • Direct Fuel Fired Furnace
  • Crucible Furnace
  • Electric Arc Furnace
  • Induction Furnace

Metal Forming:

Lecture 10

  • Fundamentals of metal forming
  • Types of deformation processes of metal
  • Bulk deformation (Rolling, Forging, Extrusion, Wire Drawing)
  • Sheet metal working
  • Stress-Strain Curve
  • Derivation of the relation between stress and strain
  • Flow stress and Average flow stress
  • The temperature in metal forming (Cold working and Hot-working)
  • Recrystallization
  • Iso thermal forming (recovery and Grain growth)
  • Strain rate Sensitivity

Lecture 11

  • Introduction of rolling
  • Shapes used for rolling
  • Types of rolling
  • Working of the rolling process
  • Analysis of the rolling
  • Rolling mills
  • No-Slip Point for rolling
  • Flatness control and rolling defect

Lecture 12

  • Numerical Problems related to the rolling process

Lecture 13

  • Introduction to forging
  • Classification of forging
  • Types of forging
  • Analysis of the forging
  • Barreling effect in forging
  • Open Die forging and its practices
  • Impression Die forging and its practices
  • Advantages and Limitations of Impression Die forging
  • Fleshless forging
  • Forging Press and Forging Hammers

Lecture 14

  • Numerical Problems related to the forging process

Lecture 15

  • Introduction to the extrusion process
  • Classification of extrusion
  • Direct and Indirect extrusion
  • Hot and Cold extrusion
  • Direct and Continuous extrusion
  • Analysis of the extrusion process
  • Effect of friction on extrusion
  • Extrusion Dies and Orifice
  • Extrusion press and other extrusion processes

Lecture 16

  • Numerical Problems related to the extrusion process
  • Introduction to Drawing
  • Difference between drawing and wire drawing
  • Bar Drawing
  • Wire Drawing
  • Features of Draw Die
  • Preparation of the work
  • Analysis of the drawing process

Sheet metal forming processes:

Lecture 17

  • Introduction to sheet metal cutting process
  • Characteristics of Edges
  • Types of sheet metal cutting
  • Shearing
  • Blanking and Punching
  • Clearance in Sheet metal cutting
  • Analysis of sheet metal cutting processes
  • Numerical Problems related to the sheet metal cutting process

Lecture 18

  • Introduction of sheet metal bending process
  • Types of sheet metal bending
  • Analysis of the sheet metal bending process
  • Numerical Problems related to the sheet metal bending process
  • Spring Back

Lecture 19

  • Introduction to the drawing process
  • Mechanics of drawing
  • Stages of deformation
  • Analysis of the drawing process
  • Tests of Drawing Feasibility
  • Blank force and blank size determination
  • Numerical Problems related to the drawing process

Lecture 20

  • Other drawing processes (Redrawing, Reverse Drawing and Drawing without Blank holder)
  • Defects in Drawing
  • The operation performed with metal tooling
  • Ironing
  • Coining & Embossing
  • Lancing & Twisting
  • The operation performed with flexible Rubber tooling
  • Guerin and Hydro forming process

Lecture 21

  • Numerical Problems related to the other drawing processes

Welding Processes:

Lecture 22

  • Fundamentals of welding
  • Difference between joining and welding
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Welding
  • History of welding
  • Types of the welding process
  • Components used for welding process (Filler material, Flux, and Electrolyte)
  • Consumable and Non-consumable electrolyte
  • Welding positions
  • Welding Electrode Nomenclature
  • Type of Weld Joints (Butt joint, Corner Joint, Lap joint, Tee Joint, Edge Joint)
  • Types of Weld (Filler Weld, Groove Weld, Plug weld or slot weld, Spot and Seam weld, Flange and Surface Weld)
  • Features of Fusion Welded Joints
  • Physics of welding (Power Density and Numerical of Power Density)
  • Heat Balance in Fusion Welding
  • Welding as Commercial Operation
  • Automation in Welding (Machine, Automatic and Robotic)
  • Welding Safety

Lecture 23

  • Welding Categories (Fusion Welding, Solid State Welding, Soldering and Brazing)
  • Arc Welding
  • Arc Shielding
  • The power source in Arc welding
  • Types of Arc Welding (Shielding metal arc welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Flux Cored Arc Welding, Submerged Arc Welding,
  • Gas Tungsten welding
  • Plasma arc welding

Lecture 24

  • Oxyfuel arc welding
  • Oxyacetylene welding
  • Resistance welding
  • Spot Welding
  • Resistance seam welding
  • Resistance projection welding
  • Energy beam welding (Electron beam welding, Laser beam welding)
  • Numerical Problems related to the welding processes

Lecture 25

  • Numerical Problems Related to the welding processes

Lecture 26

  • Solid-state welding
  • Types of solid-state welding
  • (Diffusion welding, Friction welding, and Ultrasonic welding)
  • Welding Defects of Solid State Welding
  • Brazing and Soldering

Fabrication of Plastics:

Lecture 27

  • Plastics
  • Type of Plastics
  • Properties of polymer melt (Viscosity and Viscoelasticity)
  • Extrusion process for Plastics in detail
  • Extruder Screw
  • Feed Section
  • Compression Section
  • Metering Section
  • Process Parameters
  • Solid and Hollow Profiles
  • Wire and Tube coating
  • Defects in the extrusion process

Lecture 28

  • Injection molding for Plastics in detail
  • Clamping
  • Injection
  • Cooling
  • Ejection
  • Application and Material
  • Advantages and Disadvantages

Lecture 29

  • Blow Molding
  • Extrusion Blow Molding
  • Injection Blow Molding
  • Stretched Blow Molding
  • Compression Molding
  • Transfer Molding (A pot transfer molding and B plunger-type transfer molding)

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What you’ll learn

  • Discuss in detail the manufacturing processes of metallic and plastic parts.
  • Compare between different types of metal forming processes and differentiate between their output product.
  • Describe different types of joining process and introduce the concept of sustainable manufacturing.
  • Recognize, understand and develop working knowledge of broad range of manufacturing processes that are used in the industry.
  • To compare the existing technologies used in casting, shaping, forming, property enhancing, joining and assembly process.
  • To learn how component can be manufactured in sustainable manner and learn about the environmental hazards of different manufacturing processes.
  • Apply appropriate manufacturing processes for a product and determine its parameters.
  • Analyze process dynamics and performance of different manufacturing processes.

Requirements

  • The only requirement for this course is your interest to learn the manufacturing process.

Who this course is for:

  • ll concepts are introduced slowly and gradually, but comfort with thinking analytically will be helpful.
  • Engineering students and professionals who want to level up their skills.
  • Engineers in Mechanical, Manufacturing, Industrial, Electrical and other related fields looking for a way out of traditional processes for their projects and products.
  • Anyone starting their career in the manufacturing and production world.
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