About the Book: In the quest to improve the quality of engineering education, it is not just enough to teach engineering principles and design procedures. An equal emphasis should be stressed to the manufacturing processes and in preparation of production drawings. Keeping this in mind, the contents of the book are planned and developed. A production drawing is an important document, as the entire production depends on the design of the component, which may include the selection of the process also. The production drawing is a guide not only to the artisan in the shop floor but also to the design engineer-in successful manufacture of a product. Realising the practical importance of production drawings, the subject is nowadays introduced as a full course at both diploma and degree level. The book is the first of its kind icorporating the latest principles of drawings as per BIS, SP-46: 1988. The topics covered include: Limits, fits and tolerances including geometrical tolerances Surface roughness Specification of materials and standard mechanical components Preparation of working drawings for (i) single components, (ii) mating components and (iii) assemblies Process sheets and component manufacture in typical cases Tool drawings Jigs and fixtures Inspection and gauging tool drawings Conventional representationAbout the Book: In the quest to improve the quality of engineering education, it is not just enough to teach engineering principles and design procedures.
|Author||:||K.L. Narayana, P. Kannaiah, K. Venkata Reddy|
|Publisher||:||New Age International - 2009-01-01|