Manufacturing processes offer us all commercial products used daily in our lives. Traditional manufacturing processes have sharply changed during the last twenty years and are expected to continue changing due to a number of factors that include subtractive manufacturing, environmental regulations, quantum computers and others. This course offers an overview of traditional and new manufacturing processes in a detailed way.
- Plastics, thermoplastics, elastomers
- Polymer chemistry
- Polymerization approaches
- Energy requirements of manufacturing processes
- Metals [ferrous and non ferrous]
- Heat treatment
- Melting furnaces
- Mold and core making
- Hot and cold working of metals
- Metal cutting
- Lathe Machine
- Drilling machine
- Powder metallurgy
- Quality control
- 3D scanning & 3D printing
- The next industrial revolution
- Novel materials [ionic liquids, composites, hybrid materials]
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