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Manufacturing Technology- 1

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ME 222 Manufacturing Technology - I (3-0-0-6) Introduction to manufacturing processes Casting processes: Moulding materials and their requirements; Patterns: Types and various pattern materials. Various casting methods, viz., sand casting investment casting, pressure die casting, centrifugal casting, continuous casting, thin roll casting; Mould design; Casting defects and their remedies. (14 classes) Metal forming processes: Various metal forming techniques and their analysis, viz., forging, rolling, extrusion, wire drawing, sheet metal working, spinning, swaging, thread rolling; Super plastic deformation; Metal forming defects. (14 classes) Metal joining processes: brazing, soldering, welding; Solid state welding methods; resistance welding; arc welding; submerged arc welding; inert gas welding; Welding defects, inspection. (9 classes) Powder metallurgy & its applications (3 classes) R.Ganesh Narayanan, IITG
Texts: 1. A Ghosh and A K Mallik, Manufacturing Science, Wiley Eastern, 1986. 2. P Rao, Manufacturing Technology: Foundry, Forming And Welding, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008. 3. M.P. Groover, Introduction to manufacturing processes, John Wiley & Sons, 2012 4. Prashant P Date, Introduction to manufacturing technologies Principles and technologies, Jaico publications, 2010 (new book) References: 1. J S Campbell, Principles Of Manufacturing Materials And Processes, Tata McGraw Hill, 1995. 2. P C Pandey and C K Singh, Production Engineering Sciences, Standard Publishers Ltd., 2003. 3. S Kalpakjian and S R Schmid, Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials, Pearson education, 2009. 4. E. Paul Degarmo, J T Black, Ronald A Kohser, Materials and processes in manufacturing, John wiley and sons, 8th edition, 1999 Tentative grading pattern: QUIZ 1: 10; QUIZ 2: 15; MID SEM: END R.Ganesh30; Narayanan, IITGSEM: 45; ASSIGNMENT: 10
Metal casting processes • Casting is one of the oldest manufacturing process. It is the first step in making most of the products. • Steps: - Making mould cavity - Material is first liquefied by properly heating it in a suitable furnace. - Liquid is poured into a prepared mould cavity - allowed to solidify - product is taken out of the mould cavity, trimmed and made to shape We should concentrate on the following for successful casting operation: (i)Preparation of moulds of patterns (ii)Melting and pouring of the liquefied metal (iii)Solidification and further cooling to room temperature (iv)Defects and inspection R.Ganesh Narayanan, IITG
Advantages • Molten material can flow into very small sections so that intricate shapes can be made by this process. As a result, many other operations, such as machining, forging, and welding, can be minimized. • Possible to cast practically any material: ferrous or non-ferrous. • The necessary tools required for casting moulds are very simple and inexpensive. As a result, for production of a small lot, it is the ideal process. • There are certain parts (like turbine blades) made from metals and alloys that can only be processed this way. Turbine blades: Fully casting + last machining. • Size and weight of the product is not a limitation for the casting process. R.Ganesh IITG processes – I, Pradeep Kumar et al. NPTEL course onNarayanan, Manufacturing

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