Manufacturing Technologies for Machines of the Future: 21st Century Technologies

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Anatoli I. Dashchenko
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 820 pages
This is a unique edition in a new format: a combination of text and video material in a book and accompanying CDs. The idea to produce a work to represent the bottom line of scientific and industrial development at the - ginning of the 21st century came from leading scientists. This book undertakes analysis, description, and development prognoses of machine-building technologies and production automation (including examples of basic research of the development and optimization of re- world production processes, as well as methods and results of experimental research and presentation of some of the most modern and innovative manufacturing processes) which should form a basis for the automated production technologies of the future – in the 21st century. This book offers an interdisciplinary presentation of unique material and combines for the first time theoretical and practical results of the last decades from the most important branches of machine building in ind- trial-developed countries (automotive industry, agricultural machine bui- ing, electrical engineering and electronics, machine-tools industry, aircraft industry, instrumental industry, control systems, and consumer goods - dustry) in a scientific-technical edition. This should make this book int- esting to a wide range of readers. It is aimed at those who because of their knowledge and talent will become the elite engineers of their respective countries: doctoral and undergraduate students, to young prospective and qualified engineers, to advanced beginners and well-known scientists and researchers.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
3
6 2 2 The Changes in Technological Systems with Time 172 6 2 3 The Group Machining Methods 175 6 2 4 The Directional Formation of Technolo...
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Chapter
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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Already Sold are Manufactured 72 3 4 6 The Workforce is Responsible for Coordination
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Than Just Efficiency in the Development Department 83 3 4 12 Development is an Ongoing Affair 85 3 5 Conclusion 85 Literature
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Adaptable Production Structures 87 E Westkämper
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Chapter 11
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5
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Trends and Developments of Advanced Manufacturing
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Chapter 13
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Electronic Vacuum Technologies
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Planning by Computer Systems 106 4 4 1 Introduction
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Chapter 5
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for Continuous Adaptation of Factory Structures 107 4 4 3 Multiscaling Factory Planning 110 4 5 Digital and Virtual Planning 116 4 5 1 Participativ...
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Life Cycle Engineering
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Trends and Developments of Advanced Manufacturing
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HighSpeed Machining
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Chapter 8
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Chapter 9
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Chapter 10
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Chapter 16
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Chapter 17
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Chapter 18
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Chapter 19
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Chapter 21
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FA and Robot Technologies 775 22 7 1 Machining Factory
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