Modeling and Optimization in Manufacturing

Toward Greener Production by Integrating Computer Simulation
Wiley-VCH (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 21. April 2021
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  • 336 Seiten
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The book provides state-of-the-art knowledge on multiscale modeling and optimization in manufacturing, covering processes such as forming, machining, casting, joining, coating, and additive manufacturing.
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Jun Jiang is a Lecturer of Mechanics of Materials Division in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London, UK. He received his DPhil from Oxford University in 2013 and joined Imperial College as postdoctoral researcher. Dr. Jiang's research focuses on developing novel manufacturing techniques through the understanding of micro-thermomechanical behaviors for lightweight alloys and solar cells.

Catalin Pruncu is a Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London, UK. He received his PhD in Design Mechanics and Biomechanics from Politecnico di Bari, Italy in 2013. He then joined University of Birmingham to become Research Fellow in the School of Mechanical Engineering. Dr. Pruncu's research applies mechanical principles and design methodologies to solve problems in material behavior produced by metal forming processes.
Traditional and Advanced Manufacturing: Introduction
Modeling and Optimization in Manufacturing by Hydroforming and Stamping
Numerical Simulation Techniques in Casting Processes
Modelling and Optimization Process in Milling
Modelling and Optimization of The Abrasive Water Jet Cutting Process
Modelling and Optimization in Manufacturing by Laser
Isostatic Pressing and Its Optimization
Modelling and Optimization Algorithms in Rapid Prototyping, Submerged Arc Welding and Turning
Optimization of Deposition Parameters in Plasma Spray Coatings
Modelling and Optimization Methods in Forming Processes
Laser Additive Techniques

History of Traditional/Advanced Manufacturing

Esther T. Akinlabi1, Michael C. Agarana2, and Stephen A. Akinlabi1

1University of Johannesburg, South Africa

2Covenant University, Nigeria

1 Introduction

Manufacturing is the way toward changing over crude materials, segments, or parts into completed products that meet a client's desires or details. Manufacturing ordinarily utilizes a man-machine set up with division of work in a substantial scale generation. Manufacturing is the creation of stock for use or deal utilizing work and machines, instruments, synthetic and organic preparing, or definition. Manufacturing is usually a large-scale production of components or goods that transforms raw materials and components into finished merchandise using traditional or modern methods [1]. The finished goods can be sold directly to consumers, to other manufacturers for the production of more complex products, or to wholesalers who distribute the goods to retailers.

The term may suggest to a scope of the contribution of men, from traditional approach of using hands to modern systemic approach; however, it is most generally connected to the modern generation, in which raw materials are converted into finished goods on an extensive scale. Such completed goods might be sold to a different manufacturer for the generation of other, more unpredictable items, for example, family unit devices, furniture, sports gear, or vehicles, or sold to wholesalers, who thus pitch them to retailers, who at that point pitch them to end clients and purchasers. Manufacturing designing or assembling process is the means through which raw materials are changed into finished products. The assembling process starts with planning for the item to be produced, and materials particular from which the item is made. These materials are then altered through assembling procedures to wind up noticeably the required part. Modern-day fabricating processes incorporate every single transitional process required in the generation and combination of an item's parts. A few enterprises, for example, include iron and steel industries. The plant layout is modern and well suited for the manufacturing process being considered [1].

Traditionally, the manufacturing process is normally conducted by a single skilled worker with assistance. The training was by apprenticeship with an agreed contract of the term in months or years depending on the trade. In much of the pre-industrial world, the guild system protected the privileges and trade secrets of urban artisans. Before the Industrial Revolution, most manufacturing occurred in rural areas, people were happy to get their hands dirty to achieve manufacturing. Young people were also eager to learn the art of manufacturing, though primitive these were done with joy and pride. Generally speaking, many people were involved in household-based manufacturing, which served as a supplemental subsistence strategy to agriculture and this was sustainable at that time. Before the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, the world, as a whole, was a quite different place to the one that exists today. It was very hard to keep in touch with people in other parts of the country. The news was spread by travelers or through messengers, and goods were distributed largely within the locality in which they were produced [2].

The history of manufacturing process dates back to 5000-4000?BC. Primitive surrender illustrations, markings on dirt tablets and stone, required some sort of a brush and some sort of paint, as in the ancient give in canvases in Lascaux, France, assessed to be 15?000 BC period. The make of things for particular uses started with the generation of different family curios, which were typically made of stone, wood, or metal. The materials were first utilized as a part of influencing utensils and decorations to like gold, copper, press, silver, lead, tin, bronze, and metal. The joining of materials is also known to have started around 1000 BC in Greece used majorly in the production of jewelry.

Press making started in the Middle East in about 1100 BC. A noteworthy breakthrough was the making of steel in Asian nations in about 600-800 AD periods. A wide range of assorted materials was produced. Today we have incalculable metallic and non-metallic materials with unmistakable properties are accessible. Among the accessible materials in the market are modern or composite materials, cutting edge pottery, strengthened plastics, and nanomaterials that are presently utilized as a part of a substantial assortment of items. Until the Industrial Revolution, which started in England amid the period the 1750s and is likewise called the 1st Industrial Revolution, merchandise had been delivered in bunches and required much dependence on difficult work in all periods of their generation. The 2nd Industrial Revolution has begun in the mid-nineteenth-century time frame with the change in strong state electronic gadgets and PCs [3]. Automation has expressed in England and different parts of Europe mainland, with the improvement of material hardware and machine instruments for cutting metal. These innovation techniques for assembling process soon moved to the United States of America, where it kept on being additionally created. A noteworthy improvement in assembling has occurred amid the eighteenth century with the outline, assembling and utilization of compatible parts, brought about by Eli Whitney (1765-1825) an American maker and creator. The History of Manufacturing can be well discussed under the following; prehistory, division of labor, mechanization, and manufacturing [3].

2 Progress in Manufacturing

In the whole of history, manufacturing procedures have evolved remarkably. Traditionally, consumer products are produces using hands and other primitive methods but with civilization and modernization, most products are produced with machines. The modernization that has taken the whole world, now known as the Industrial Revolution, started in England in the eighteenth century and at last extended to neighboring nations, for example, France and Germany, and by the late eighteenth century went over the ocean to the United States.

With the advent of modernization globally, consumer products and other items that were produced by hands and other primitive methods are found to be produced with machines, which is found to be a better replacement to some of the things produced for man use. These innovations and these new developments helped in advancing the production of new products. Also, at some time in manufacturing, young people became interested in the process of manufacturing. In 1833, the Factory Act was passed to put limitations on working hours of youngsters and set gauges that production lines expected to achieve. Be that as it may, these progressions were fundamentally great and prompted new and better routes for organizations to make progress [4].

Current manufacturing incorporates the procedure essential for the generation of an item and its segments. Before the Industrial Revolution, fabricating implied making items or merchandise by hand. Most families worked from their homesteads or homes. The Industrial Revolution started significant changes and brought innovations despite everything we utilize today, including the sewing machine and light. It established the strategies and made ready for the manufacturing business. The Industrial Revolution got a change in the way products were made. Rather than delivering things by hand at home, makers started utilizing machines to create various amounts in less time. Most manufacturing processes such as material assembling, glass making, mining, and the agricultural industries have hugely evolved and grown.

"In 1908, Henry Ford and Charles Sorensen orchestrated all the key components of an assembling framework, including machines, apparatuses, items and individuals to make the Model T car" [5]. Passage built up the mechanical production system, allotting particular assignments to every individual in the line to get the autos assembled quickly and productively. "In the vicinity of 1908 and 1927, Ford produced around 15?million Model T autos." He even paid his workers compensation sufficiently high to manage the cost of the autos, making them buyers too [5].

"The Toyota Motor Corporation built up the idea of lean assembling in 1948. The objective was to enhance creation stream by recognizing and wiping out waste" [6]. They employed a new methodology and this demands more constancy. Annually, Toyota has focused on improving the framework of the process. Historically, the lean assembling framework has been monopolized by Japan until the 1970s. During this period, the automotive industry in the United Kingdom began to receive lean assembling frameworks of creation and the idea began to spread beyond the automobile industries in the 1990s [6]. The assembling framework has since been deployed to the aviation industry, purchaser gadgets, development, human services, sustenance assembling, and meat preparing.

"The Westinghouse Electric Corporation made the Televox robot in 1926. It was the first robot put to "helpful work." Televox was a mechanical servant utilized for housekeeping obligations. In 1937, the partnership fabricated smoking, talking and strolling humanoid robot called Elektro" [7]. The humanoid robot was displayed during the World Fairs of 1939 and 1940. The primary modern robot was made in the 1950s. In 1961, it took a shot at the...

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