Case Study 3-2 Wainwright Industries
1. Wainwright had to emphasize both of these sets of initiatives because they directly
improve quality. In any business organization, the main objective is to satisfy the
customer and that is through producing quality
I worked for over six years at Johnson Controls, Inc. This company provided,
among other things, the interior systems for cars. They specifically produced the
seats for the Ford F-150, when the Ford plant was active. I worked 'the line' and
The CEOs leadership role also entails being ultimately responsible for all day-today management decisions and for implementing the companys long and short
terms plans. The CEOs role provides a vision and goals for the organization base
on the day operatio
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Statistical Quality Control Fall 2016
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CHAPTER 4 HOMEWORK
FERROUS: From the Latin term ferrum, meaning iron. Describes an alloy containing a significant amount
NONFERROUS: Metals other than iron and iron alloys.
ORE EXTRACTION: A process of removing geological deposits of nonr
CHAPTER 9 HOMEWORK
SWAGING: Compacting or necking down metal bars or tubes by hammering or rotary forming.
HOT WORKING: A process of forming tough metals such as alloy steel at high temperatures.
FORGING: A method of metalworking in which the meta
CHAPTER 6 HOMEWORK
SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers
AISI: American Iron and Steel Institute
ASTM: American Society for te4sting and Materials
ASM: A materials society located at Materials Park, Ohio, previously known as the American
DEFINE: CERAMIC, VALENCE, SPACE LATTICE, THEMOPLASTIC, THERMO SET.
Ceramics: A family of materials that are compounds, traditionally consisting of a
metal and an oxide, but they may also be carbides, sulfides, nitrides, and
Chapter 14 Homework
Dielectricc oil: A liquid that does not conduct electricity. The EDM process takes place
with the tool and work piece submerged under a dielectric oil.
Electrolyte: A nonmetallic conductor, usually a fluid, in which electric cu
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 11
ATOMIZATOIN: the process of converting a liquid into a spray of very small droplets.
COMPACTION: the process of making a solid shape in a die by using punches to press together loose
powder or a blend of powders; also called mo
Chapter 10 Homework
Residual stress: Stresses induced within the structure of a metal by cold working, machining, and heat
treatments are remaining in the metal after the treatment is completed.
Stress relief: The reduction of residual stress in a
CHAPTER TWO HOMEWORK
DUCTILITY: Property that allows metal to deform permanently when loaded in tension.
MALLEABILITY: The ability of metals to be deformed permanently when loaded in
PLASTIITY: The ability of metal to be permanently d
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 12
CHIPS: a slice of material sheared from a workpiece by a cutting tool in a machining operation.
FEED RATE: the distance that a cutting tool moves in either one revolution (feed per revolution) or in one
minute (feed pe
Chapter 13 Homework
Horizontal milling machines: A machine tool with a horizontal spindle of which a
milling cuter is attached to perform milling operations.
Vertical milling machine: A machine tool with a vertical spindle to which a milli
Chapter 15 Homework
Metal Inert Gas (MIG): Metal inert as welding also known as GMAW. A shield gas
welding process that uses a continuous wire electrode fed from a reel.
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG): Tungsten inert gas arc welding. A shield gas weldin
CHAPTER SEVEN HOMEWORK
BLUEPRINT: A manufacturing drawing
CAPABILITY: the ability of a manufacturing process to create components or products with all
dimensions within the tolerance specified on the manufacturing drawing.
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 17
1. Name some advantages nonmetallic materials have over metallic materials.
In many cases nonmetallic materials are more economical, stronger, lighter, and easier
3. What single property makes ceramic produ
Runway configuration refers to the design
characteristics of runways (Weld, Duarte, & Kincaid, 2010).
The criteria that determine the specifics of the design
characteristics for an airport are affected by the