CAD/CAM: Principles and Applications

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ISBN:

9780199464746

Publication date:

16/01/2017

Paperback

440 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 800.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199464746

Publication date:

16/01/2017

Paperback

440 pages

241.0x184.0mm

CAD/CAM: Principles and Applications is primarily designed to serve as a textbook for undergraduate students of mechanical and allied engineering disciplines.

Suitable for: undergraduate students of mechanical and allied engineering disciplines

Rights:  World Rights

Description

CAD/CAM: Principles and Applications is primarily designed to serve as a textbook for undergraduate students of mechanical and allied engineering disciplines.

The book focuses on the classical concepts and developments in the area of CAD/CAM. It has 15 chapters along with a few appendices addressing the requirements of both academicians and industrial practitioners. The concept of CAD/CAM along with the hardware and software configuration is explained in the first two chapters. The next five chapters focus on computer aided drafting and modelling, representation of curves, and visual realism along with analysis and optimization of designs. CAD/CAM standards and basic design evaluation tools are presented in the next two chapters. Various manufacturing practices and group technology is explained thereafter. The book, in its last few chapters, discusses CAM, CIM, Computer-aided Quality Control, and Requirements Planning in detail.

Written in an easy-to-understand and student-friendly manner, the book includes several learning features such as solved examples, exercises, multiple choice questions, and case-studies.

Table of contents

  1. Introduction to CAD/CAM
  2. CAD Hardware and Software Configurations
  3. Computer-aided Drafting and Geometric Modelling
  4. Parametric Curves
  5. Representation of Surfaces
  6. Solid Modelling and Visual Realism
  7. Analysis and Optimization of Design
  8. Standards Used in CAD/CAM Systems
  9. Basic Design Evaluation Tools
  10. Numerical Control Manufacturing
  11. Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing
  12. Production Management and Material Requirements Planning
  13. Computer-aided Manufacturing Systems
  14. Computer-aided Quality Control
  15. Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Appendix A Geometric Modelling Using SolidWorks(R)
Appendix B CNC Simulators
Appendix C Parametric Interpolation in CNC Systems
Appendix D Reverse Engineering
Appendix E Graphical User Interface in MATLAB

Features

  • Includes dedicated chapters on mathematical modelling coupled with CAD standards
  • Presents FEM and Computer-aided Quality Control as separate chapters with CAM and part programming discussed together
  • Provides an exclusive chapter on design evaluation tools dealing with CAD applications in virtual engineering, virtual prototyping, and rapid prototyping
  • Contains solved examples, multiple choice questions with answers, and numerical exercises at the end of every chapter
  • Explains CAD software tools and CAM interpolation working elaborately
  • Includes elaborate appendices on Solidworks, CNC simulators, Parametric Interpolation in CNC, Reverse Engineering, GUI in MATLAB


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  • Case Studies
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Description

CAD/CAM: Principles and Applications is primarily designed to serve as a textbook for undergraduate students of mechanical and allied engineering disciplines.

The book focuses on the classical concepts and developments in the area of CAD/CAM. It has 15 chapters along with a few appendices addressing the requirements of both academicians and industrial practitioners. The concept of CAD/CAM along with the hardware and software configuration is explained in the first two chapters. The next five chapters focus on computer aided drafting and modelling, representation of curves, and visual realism along with analysis and optimization of designs. CAD/CAM standards and basic design evaluation tools are presented in the next two chapters. Various manufacturing practices and group technology is explained thereafter. The book, in its last few chapters, discusses CAM, CIM, Computer-aided Quality Control, and Requirements Planning in detail.

Written in an easy-to-understand and student-friendly manner, the book includes several learning features such as solved examples, exercises, multiple choice questions, and case-studies.

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction to CAD/CAM
  2. CAD Hardware and Software Configurations
  3. Computer-aided Drafting and Geometric Modelling
  4. Parametric Curves
  5. Representation of Surfaces
  6. Solid Modelling and Visual Realism
  7. Analysis and Optimization of Design
  8. Standards Used in CAD/CAM Systems
  9. Basic Design Evaluation Tools
  10. Numerical Control Manufacturing
  11. Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing
  12. Production Management and Material Requirements Planning
  13. Computer-aided Manufacturing Systems
  14. Computer-aided Quality Control
  15. Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Appendix A Geometric Modelling Using SolidWorks(R)
Appendix B CNC Simulators
Appendix C Parametric Interpolation in CNC Systems
Appendix D Reverse Engineering
Appendix E Graphical User Interface in MATLAB

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