Manufacturing Technologies for Machines of the Future: 21st Century Technologies ; with 41 Tables

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Anatoli I. Dashchenko
Springer Science & Business Media, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 820 pages
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This combination of handbook and multimedia CD-ROM offers the most up-to-date view of today's and tomorrow's world of manufacturing technologies. It was written by leading experts from the USA, Europe, and Asia and spans a wide range of topics: from industrial management and organization to automation and control, from mechanical to electronical technology, and from machine tools to the consumer goods industry. It gives a unique interdisciplinary and global presentation of material and combines, for the first time, theoretical and significant practical results from the last decades of the most important branches of machine building. Its broad coverage should appeal to the highly skilled scientific expert as well as to the experienced design engineer, and to undergraduate as well as to advanced students.

 

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Contents

Chapter
3
Chapter 2
17
Chapter
20
Consequences for Product Design
31
Chapter 3
63
Chapter 4
87
Chapter 5
115
Life Cycle Engineering
121
Trends and Developments of Advanced Manufacturing
365
Chapter 13
381
Chapter 14
413
Chapter 15
449
Chapter 16
461
Data Management
466
Chapter 17
515
Chapter 18
557

Trends and Developments of Advanced Manufacturing
151
Chapter 7
197
Chapter 8
215
Structures
233
Chapter 9
267
Chapter 10
289
Literature
328
Chapter 19
627
Robot Technology
667
Chapter 21
683
Chapter 22
723
Chapter 23
779
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