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MEM-802 Production and Manufacturing Processes
Campus PNEC
Programs PG
Session Fall Semester 2016
Course Title Production and Manufacturing Processes
Course Code MEM-802
Credit Hours 3-0
Pre-Requisutes
Course Objectives This module provides the basic knowledge and understanding of commonindustrial production processes & techniques such as casting, forging, machining,grinding, forming, injection molding, welding, protective coatings, automatedmanufacturing systems
Detail Content
  • Manufacturing – Economic Role
  • Mechanical Properties
  • Engineering Metrology
  • Materials Selection
  • Techniques
  • Casting Processes
  • Finishing Processes
  • Design for Casting
  • Material Properties
  • Deformation Processes
  • Sheet Metal Working (SMW) Processes.
  • SMW Dies & Equipment
  • SMW Problems faced/ Limitations
  • Powder Metallurgy Process & Products
  • Process Limitations & Design Aspects
  • Glass Manufacturing Processes (Forming, Finishing)
  • Polymerization Reactions
  • Processing of Polymers
  • Design with Plastics
  • Composites
  • Metal Cutting Processes
  • Choice of Process Variables
  • Grinding & other Abrasive Processes
  • Chemical & Electrical Machining
  • Process Limitations & Design Aspects
  • Mechanical Joining
  • SolidState Bonding
  • LiquidState Welding
  • Economic & Financial Justification Methods for Advanced
  • Automated Manufacturing
  • Economics of Flexible Assembly Automation: Influence of
  • Production and Market Factors
  • Justification of Cellular Manufacturing Systems
  • Engineering Economic Analysis Process and Life-Cycle
  • Concepts Application to Advanced Production and
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Expert Systems Application to Economic Justification of
  • Advanced Manufacturing Systems (AMS)
  • Safety of Workers in FMS Environment
Text/Ref Books
  • Introduction to Manufacturing Processes, Schey J. 3rd Edition, McGraw Hill (2000)
  • Modern ManufacturingProcesses by James A. Brown, Industrial Press Inc. (1991)
  • Industrial Assembly by Shimon Y. Nof, Wilbert E. Wilhelm, Hans-Jurgen,Warnecke, Chapman & Hall (1997)
  • Manufacturing: Design, Production, Automation and Integration by BenoBenhabib, CRC (2003)
  • Economics of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, edited by Hamid R Parsaei& AnilMital, Chapman & Hall (1992)
Time Schedule Fall Semester 2014
Faculty/Resource Person Dr Aqueel Shah
Ph.DUet Lahore Pakistan,
Discipline: in Manufacturing Engineering
Specialization: non-conventional machining processes