Lecture 4-Part 1-Review on processes

Lecture 4-Part 1-Review on processes - MTL 700 Lecture 4:...

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MTL 700 Lecture 4: Processes and Process selection
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Page 2 Issues to address What are processes? What are process attributes? What is the strategy to select processes? How do we proceed to select the best process?
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Definitions A process is a method of shaping, joining, or finishing a material E.g.: Casting, molding, forging, welding It is crucial to chose the right process- route at an early stage in the design. The cost –penalty of making changes becomes large if you the wrong process is chosen 1- Process
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Definitions Finding the best match between process attributes and design requirements Interaction between material shape and processing Material properties and shape limit the choice of process 2- Process selection
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Process kingdom
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Definitions Like materials, each process is characterized by a set of attributes What information do we need to know about processes? 3- Attributes
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Classes of process Page 8 Primary shaping Secondary shaping
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Shaping
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Casting Casting involves pouring molten material into a mould, where it solidifies, taking the shape of the cavity. This can be achieved under the self-
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Lecture 4-Part 1-Review on processes - MTL 700 Lecture 4:...

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