Engineering - Industrial & Manufacturing

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Non-Destructive Testing And Evaluation For Manufacturing And Construction.

1st Edition

H. Dos Reis
December 01, 1989

Exploring advances and strengthening communications among researchers in manufacturing and construction technologies, this book covers nondestructive testing and evaluation methods. Drawing on a wide range of experts, it provides insights from every sector of the field. Based on a three-day...

Manual Materials Handling: Design And Injury Control Through Ergonomics

1st Edition

M M Ayoub
September 21, 1989

This book highlights the problems and hazards of manual materials handling and provides ergonomic and engineering solutions for alleviating them. It is helpful for both researchers and practitioners who are committed to solving the multifaceted manual materials handling problem....

Computer Integrated Electronics Manufacturing and Testing

1st Edition

September 01, 1989

Describes this process at it relates to the electronics industry, focusing on such areas as printed wiring boards, networking, automatic assembly, surface mount technology, tape automated bonding, bar coding, and electro-static discharge. Also studies the effects of group work ethics as a factor in...

Specification Writing and Management

1st Edition

M. Mcrobb
August 29, 1989

This book deals with the fundamentals of specification writing and management. It is useful for anyone concerned with the preparation of standards in a world that is shrinking due to improvement in communication and where many specifications have to hold clarity when translated into other languages....

Steel-Rolling Technology: Theory and Practice

1st Edition

June 28, 1989

"This state-of-the-art volume examines steel-rolling technology in a systematic and comprehensive manner--providing an excellent synthesis of current information from three different branches of science--physics, metallurgy, and engineering. "...

Safety Design Criteria for Industrial Plants, Volume I

1st Edition

Maurizio Cumo, Antonio Naviglio
May 31, 1989

Ageneralization and rationalization of the main safety design criteria and safety analysis methodologies developed in nuclear aerospace and chemical engineering is presnted in two comprehensive volumes. The concepts of risk, damage and probability of hazardous events are introduced. Risks...

Defect Prevention: Use of Simple Statistical Tools

1st Edition

April 28, 1989

This book discusses statistical process control (SPC) concepts, emphasizing the need to establish stability of work processes. It gives the elements required to develop a defect prevention system (DPS), and integrates the application of process control and problem analysis tools....

In-Process Quality Control for Manufacturing

1st Edition

William Barkman
February 22, 1989

This book gives a brief definition of what constitutes quality and a manufacturing environment and a detailed description of the entities that make up a computer-controlled deterministic manufacturing operation. It is useful for practicing engineer or engineering manager and academician....

Automated Inspection and Quality Assurance

1st Edition

Stanley L. Robinson, Richard Kendall Miller
January 10, 1989

New concepts for gaging, inspection, checking, machine vision, and robotic testing. Includes guidelines for installing complex electronic and computerized systems and a directory of commercially availalbe computer software, as well as distributors' names and addresses. Annotation copyright Book News...

Beating Your Competition Through Quality

1st Edition

D. B. Owen
December 22, 1988

This book describes how superior quality is attained and gives some of the basic techniques involved. It gives clear insight into the impact of variation on the future of the World and addresses the statistical problems....

What Every Engineer Should Know about Quality Control

1st Edition

October 28, 1988

"Considerations of Quality play a prominent role in all fields -- particularly with recently focused attention on issues of consumerism, product and professional liability, and government regulation. American industries must improve quality if they are to remain competitive in world markets. "...