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The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems And Processes

Author : Mohammed A. Omar
ISBN : 1119990874
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A comprehensive and dedicated guide to automotive production lines, The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processes addresses automotive body processes from the stamping operations through the final assembly activities. To begin, it discusses current metal forming practices, including stamping engineering, die development, and dimensional validation, and new innovations in metal forming, such as folding based forming, super-plastic, and hydro forming technologies. The first section also explains details of automotive spot welding (welding lobes), arc welding, and adhesive bonding, in addition to flexible fixturing systems and welding robotic cells. Guiding readers through each stage in the process of automotive painting, including the calculations needed to compute the number of applicators and paint consumption based on vehicle dimensions and demand, along with the final assembly and automotive mechanical fastening strategies, the book's systematic coverage is unique. The second module of the book focuses on the layout strategies of the automotive production line. A discussion of automotive aggregate planning and master production scheduling ensures that the reader is familiar with operational aspects. The book also reviews the energy emissions and expenditures of automotive production processes and proposes new technical solutions to reduce environmental impact. Provides extensive technical coverage of automotive production processes, discussing flexible stamping, welding and painting lines Gives complete information on automotive production costing as well as the supplier selection process Covers systems from the operational perspective, describing the aggregate and master production planning Details technical aspects of flexible automotive manufacturing lines Methodically discusses the layout and location strategies of automotive manufacturing systems to encompass the structural elements Features topic-related questions with answers on a companion website

The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems And Processes

Author : Mohammed A. Omar
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A comprehensive and dedicated guide to automotive production lines, The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processes addresses automotive body processes from the stamping operations through the final assembly activities. To begin, it discusses current metal forming practices, including stamping engineering, die development, and dimensional validation, and new innovations in metal forming, such as folding based forming, super-plastic, and hydro forming technologies. The first section also explains details of automotive spot welding (welding lobes), arc welding, and adhesive bonding, in addition to flexible fixturing systems and welding robotic cells. Guiding readers through each stage in the process of automotive painting, including the calculations needed to compute the number of applicators and paint consumption based on vehicle dimensions and demand, along with the final assembly and automotive mechanical fastening strategies, the book's systematic coverage is unique. The second module of the book focuses on the layout strategies of the automotive production line. A discussion of automotive aggregate planning and master production scheduling ensures that the reader is familiar with operational aspects. The book also reviews the energy emissions and expenditures of automotive production processes and proposes new technical solutions to reduce environmental impact. Provides extensive technical coverage of automotive production processes, discussing flexible stamping, welding and painting lines Gives complete information on automotive production costing as well as the supplier selection process Covers systems from the operational perspective, describing the aggregate and master production planning Details technical aspects of flexible automotive manufacturing lines Methodically discusses the layout and location strategies of automotive manufacturing systems to encompass the structural elements Features topic-related questions with answers on a companion website

The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems And Processes

Author : Mohammed A. Omar
ISBN : 0470976330
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A comprehensive and dedicated guide to automotive production lines,The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processesaddresses automotive body processes from the stamping operationsthrough the final assembly activities. To begin, it discussescurrent metal forming practices, including stamping engineering,die development, and dimensional validation, and new innovations inmetal forming, such as folding based forming, super-plastic, andhydro forming technologies. The first section also explains detailsof automotive spot welding (welding lobes), arc welding, andadhesive bonding, in addition to flexible fixturing systems andwelding robotic cells. Guiding readers through each stage in theprocess of automotive painting, including the calculations neededto compute the number of applicators and paint consumption based onvehicle dimensions and demand, along with the final assembly andautomotive mechanical fastening strategies, the book's systematiccoverage is unique. The second module of the book focuses on the layout strategiesof the automotive production line. A discussion of automotiveaggregate planning and master production scheduling ensures thatthe reader is familiar with operational aspects. The book alsoreviews the energy emissions and expenditures of automotiveproduction processes and proposes new technical solutions to reduceenvironmental impact. Provides extensive technical coverage of automotive productionprocesses, discussing flexible stamping, welding and paintinglines Gives complete information on automotive production costing aswell as the supplier selection process Covers systems from the operational perspective, describing theaggregate and master production planning Details technical aspects of flexible automotive manufacturinglines Methodically discusses the layout and location strategies ofautomotive manufacturing systems to encompass the structuralelements Features topic-related questions with answers on a companionwebsite

The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems And Processes

Author : Mohammed A. Omar
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A comprehensive and dedicated guide to automotive production lines, The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processes addresses automotive body processes from the stamping operations through the final assembly activities. To begin, it discusses current metal forming practices, including stamping engineering, die development, and dimensional validation, and new innovations in metal forming, such as folding based forming, super-plastic, and hydro forming technologies. The first section also explains details of automotive spot welding (welding lobes), arc welding, and adhesive bonding, in addition to flexible fixturing systems and welding robotic cells. Guiding readers through each stage in the process of automotive painting, including the calculations needed to compute the number of applicators and paint consumption based on vehicle dimensions and demand, along with the final assembly and automotive mechanical fastening strategies, the book's systematic coverage is unique. The second module of the book focuses on the layout strategies of the automotive production line. A discussion of automotive aggregate planning and master production scheduling ensures that the reader is familiar with operational aspects. The book also reviews the energy emissions and expenditures of automotive production processes and proposes new technical solutions to reduce environmental impact. Provides extensive technical coverage of automotive production processes, discussing flexible stamping, welding and painting lines Gives complete information on automotive production costing as well as the supplier selection process Covers systems from the operational perspective, describing the aggregate and master production planning Details technical aspects of flexible automotive manufacturing lines Methodically discusses the layout and location strategies of automotive manufacturing systems to encompass the structural elements Features topic-related questions with answers on a companion website

The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems And Processes

Author : Mohammed A. Omar
ISBN : 0470976330
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A comprehensive and dedicated guide to automotive production lines,The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processesaddresses automotive body processes from the stamping operationsthrough the final assembly activities. To begin, it discussescurrent metal forming practices, including stamping engineering,die development, and dimensional validation, and new innovations inmetal forming, such as folding based forming, super-plastic, andhydro forming technologies. The first section also explains detailsof automotive spot welding (welding lobes), arc welding, andadhesive bonding, in addition to flexible fixturing systems andwelding robotic cells. Guiding readers through each stage in theprocess of automotive painting, including the calculations neededto compute the number of applicators and paint consumption based onvehicle dimensions and demand, along with the final assembly andautomotive mechanical fastening strategies, the book's systematiccoverage is unique. The second module of the book focuses on the layout strategiesof the automotive production line. A discussion of automotiveaggregate planning and master production scheduling ensures thatthe reader is familiar with operational aspects. The book alsoreviews the energy emissions and expenditures of automotiveproduction processes and proposes new technical solutions to reduceenvironmental impact. Provides extensive technical coverage of automotive productionprocesses, discussing flexible stamping, welding and paintinglines Gives complete information on automotive production costing aswell as the supplier selection process Covers systems from the operational perspective, describing theaggregate and master production planning Details technical aspects of flexible automotive manufacturinglines Methodically discusses the layout and location strategies ofautomotive manufacturing systems to encompass the structuralelements Features topic-related questions with answers on a companionwebsite

Operations Management In Automotive Industries

Author : Marco Gobetto
ISBN : 9789400775930
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book has proved its worth over the years as a text for courses in Production Management at the Faculty of Automotive Engineering in Turin, Italy, but deserves a wider audience as it presents a compendium of basics on Industrial Management, since it covers all major topics required. It treats all subjects from product development and “make or buy”-decision strategies to the manufacturing systems setting and management through analysis of the main resources needed in production and finally exploring the supply chain management and the procurement techniques. The very last chapter recapitulates the previous ones by analysing key management indicators to pursue the value creation that is the real purpose of every industrial enterprise. As an appendix, a specific chapter is dedicated to the basics of production management where all main relevant definitions, techniques and criteria are treated, including some numerical examples, in order to provide an adequate foundation for understanding the other chapters. This book will be of use not only to Automotive Engineering students but a wide range of readers who wish to gain insight in the world of automotive engineering and the automotive industry in general.

The Automotive Body

Author : L. Morello
ISBN : 9400705131
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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“The Automotive Body” consists of two volumes. The first volume produces the needful cultural background on the body; it describes the body and its components in use on most kinds of cars and industrial vehicles: the quantity of drawings that are presented allows the reader to familiarize with the design features and to understand functions, design motivations and fabrication feasibility, in view of the existing production processes. The second volume addresses the body system engineer and has the objective to lead him to the specification definition used to finalize detail design and production by the car manufacturer or the supply chain. The processing of these specifications, made by mathematical models of different complexity, starts always from the presentations of the needs of the customer using the vehicle and from the large number of rules imposed by laws and customs. The two volumes are completed by references, list of symbols adopted and subjects index. These two books about the vehicle body may be added to those about the chassis and are part of a series sponsored by ATA (the Italian automotive engineers association) on the subject of automotive engineering; they follow the first book, published in 2005 in Italian only, about automotive transmission. They cover automotive engineering from every aspect and are the result of a five-year collaboration between the Polytechnical University of Turin and the University of Naples on automotive engineering.

Advanced Materials In Automotive Engineering

Author : Jason Rowe
ISBN : 9780857095466
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The automotive industry is under constant pressure to design vehicles capable of meeting increasingly demanding challenges such as improved fuel economy, enhanced safety and effective emission control. Drawing on the knowledge of leading experts, Advanced materials in automotive engineering explores the development, potential and impact of using such materials. Beginning with a comprehensive introduction to advanced materials for vehicle lightweighting and automotive applications, Advanced materials in automotive engineering goes on to consider nanostructured steel for automotive body structures, aluminium sheet and high pressure die-cast aluminium alloys for automotive applications, magnesium alloys for lightweight powertrains and automotive bodies, and polymer and composite moulding technologies. The final chapters then consider a range of design and manufacturing issues that need to be addressed when working with advanced materials, including the design of advanced automotive body structures and closures, technologies for reducing noise, vibration and harshness, joining systems, and the recycling of automotive materials. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, Advanced materials in automotive engineering is an invaluable guide for all those involved in the engineering, design or analysis of motor vehicle bodies and components, as well as all students of automotive design and engineering. Explores the development, potential and impact of using advanced materials for improved fuel economy, enhanced safety and effective mission control in the automotive industry Provides a comprehensive introduction to advanced materials for vehicle lightweighting and automotive applications Covers a range of design ideas and manufacturing issues that arise when working with advanced materials, including technologies for reducing noise, vibration and harshness, and the recycling of automotive materials

Principles Of Metal Manufacturing Processes

Author : J. Beddoes
ISBN : 9780080539553
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Metals are still the most widely used structural materials in the manufacture of products and structures. Their properties are extremely dependent on the processes they undergo to form the final product. Successful manufacturing therefore depends on a detailed knowledge of the processing of the materials involved. This highly illustrated book provides that knowledge. Metal processing is a technical subject requiring a quantitative approach. This book illustrates this approach with real case studies derived from industry. Real industrial case studies Quantitative approach Challenging student problems

Manufacturing Process Selection Handbook

Author : K. G. Swift
ISBN : 9780080993577
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Manufacturing Process Selection Handbook provides engineers and designers with process knowledge and the essential technological and cost data to guide the selection of manufacturing processes early in the product development cycle. Building on content from the authors’ earlier introductory Process Selection guide, this expanded handbook begins with the challenges and benefits of identifying manufacturing processes in the design phase and appropriate strategies for process selection. The bulk of the book is then dedicated to concise coverage of different manufacturing processes, providing a quick reference guide for easy comparison and informed decision making. For each process examined, the book considers key factors driving selection decisions, including: Basic process descriptions with simple diagrams to illustrate Notes on material suitability Notes on available process variations Economic considerations such as costs and production rates Typical applications and product examples Notes on design aspects and quality issues Providing a quick and effective reference for the informed selection of manufacturing processes with suitable characteristics and capabilities, Manufacturing Process Selection Handbook is intended to quickly develop or refresh your experience of selecting optimal processes and costing design alternatives in the context of concurrent engineering. It is an ideal reference for those working in mechanical design across a variety of industries and a valuable learning resource for advanced students undertaking design modules and projects as part of broader engineering programs. Provides manufacturing process information maps (PRIMAs) provide detailed information on the characteristics and capabilities of 65 processes in a standard format Includes process capability charts detailing the processing tolerance ranges for key material types Offers detailed methods for estimating costs, both at the component and assembly level

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