Upgrade your general knowledge with the most comprehensive manufacturing, engineering and technology fundamentals book available! Whether you are an engineer considering certification, or a non-engineer seeking to communicate more intelligently about manufacturing-related issues, the newly revised edition of Fundamentals of Manufacturing provides virtually all the information you need to know. The book is based singularly on the certification Institute's 'Body of Knowledge.' The latest enhancements in text and layout make it more user-friendly than the previous edition. Fifteen manufacturing experts, including educators, practitioners in the field, subject matter specialists, have checked the content for relevancy, accuracy and clarity, guaranteeing focused self-study and solid answers to questions regarding the fundamentals.Features: Thorough review of manufacturing fundamentals with samples and practice problems; Detailed table of contents and index; Referencing feature provides quick access to figures, tables, equations, problems and solutions; Mathematical equations, newly reformatted, are arranged logically according to the sequence they're presented; Includes a number key to practice problems; Up-to-date with current theoretical models, notably lean manufacturing. Benefits: Increased knowledge of manufacturing engineering and what is covered on the Fundamentals of Manufacturing Certification Examination; Example questions and problems prepare you for real-world situations; Great reference. Specific Information is logically enumerated, so it's easy to find; Orderly presentation and layout makes for good retention and enjoyable reading.PPPPPart 2: art 2: art 2: art 2: art 2: Physics and Engineering Sciences Physics and Engineering Sciences Physics ... Req = R1 R2 (from Figure 5-3) where: Req = overall equivalent resistor R1 =4 R2 =5 R eq =4 5 = 9 5.3 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS USING ... These tools are based on two conservative laws that govern the behavior of basic circuits: Kirchoffa#39;s Loop Rule and ... Example 5.3.1. For the circuit shown in Figure 5-5, find (a) the current I; (b) the power sourced by the batteries, and (c)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Manufacturing, Second Edition|
|Author||:||Philip D. Rufe|
|Publisher||:||Society of Manufacturing Engineers - 2002|