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DME 812 Advanced Manufacturing Processes
Campus SMME
Programs PG
Session Fall Semester 2016
Course Title Advanced Manufacturing Processes
Course Code DME 812
Credit Hours 3-0
Course Objectives This module provides the basic knowledge and understanding of common industrial production processes & techniques such as casting, forging, machining, grinding, forming, injection molding, welding, protective coatings, and automated manufacturing systems.
Detail Content Major Activities in Manufacturing and Attributes of Manufactured Products. Metal Casting, Deformation Processes, Sheet Metal Working Processes, Powder MetallurgyParticulate Metals, Ceramics & Glasses, Processing of Polymers, Machining processes, Joining Processes, Surface Protection & Heat Treatment Processes, Economics of Advanced Manufacturing Systems & Safety Issues in such Environments
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-JurgenWarnecke, Chapman & Hall (1997)

Manufacturing: Design, Production, Automation and Integration by BenoBenhabib, CRC (2003)

Economics of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, edited by Hamid R Parsaei& Anil Mital, Chapman & Hall (1992)
Time Schedule Fall Semester 2014
Faculty/Resource Person Dr Liaqat Ali
PhD (Loughborough University) UK
Discipline: Mechanical Engineering
Specialization: Advance Manufacturing Technology