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IEGR 367 Research Paper Outline Cover Page Topic (title of research paper, or area of topic) Name (Youngjo Lim) Introduction of Proposal: why this area is important to you (1 sentence) Segments of Outline: Introduction Background Body of Work (what you are going to talk about that topic) Conclusion References (have a couple in background, body of work) APA format 60 Words 员 English (US) Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and Systems 4th Edition D Mikell P. Groover xii Contents 34 PROCESSING OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 800 34.1 Overview of IC Processing 800 34.2 Silicon Processing 805 34.3 Lithography 809 34.4 Layer Processes Used in IC Fabrication 812 34.5 Integrating the Fabrication Steps 818 34.6 IC Packaging 820 34.7 Yields in IC Processing 824 35 ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY AND PACKAGING 830 35.1 Electronics Packaging 830 35.2 Printed Circuit Boards 832 35.3 Printed Circuit Board Assembly 840 35.4 Surface-Mount Technology 843 35.5 Electrical Connector Technology 847 39 INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 918 39.1 Material Handling 918 39.2 Fundamentals of Production Lines 920 39.3 Manual Assembly Lines 923 39.4 Automated Production Lines 927 39.5 Cellular Manufacturing 931 39.6 Flexible Manufacturing Systems and Cells 935 39.7 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 939 36 MICROFABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES 853 36.1 Microsystem Products 853 36.2 Microfabrication Processes 859 37 NANOFABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES 869 37.1 Nanotechnology Products 870 37.2 Introduction to Nanoscience 873 37.3 Nano fabrication Processes 877 Part XI Manufacturing Support Systems 945 40 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING 945 40.1 Process Planning 946 40.2 Problem Solving and Continuous Improvement 953 40.3 Concurrent Engineering and Design for Manufacturability 954 41 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL 959 41.1 Aggregate Planning and the Master Production Schedule 960 41.2 Inventory Control 962 41.3 Material and Capacity Requirements Planning 965 41.4 Just-In-Time and Lean Production 969 41.5 Shop Floor Control 971 Part X Manufacturing Systems 886 38 AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 886 38.1 Automation Fundamentals 887 38.2 Hardware Components for Automation 890 38.3 Computer Numerical Control 894 38.4 Industrial Robotics 907 42 QUALITY CONTROL AND INSPECTION 977 42.1 Product Quality 977 42.2 Process Capability and Tolerances 978 42.3 Statistical Process Control 980 42.4 Quality Programs in Manufacturing 984 42.5 Inspection Principles 990 42.6 Modern Inspection Technologies 992 INDEX 1003 Contents xi 22 MACHINING OPERATIONS AND MACHINE TOOLS 507 22.1 Machining and Part Geometry 507 22.2 Turning and Related Operations 510 22.3 Drilling and Related Operations 519 22.4 Milling 523 22.5 Machining Centers and Turning Centers 530 22.6 Other Machining Operations 533 22.7 Machining Operations for Special Geometries 537 22.8 High-Speed Machining 545 28.2 Diffusion and Ion Implantation 673 28.3 Plating and Related Processes 674 28.4 Conversion Coating 678 28.5 Vapor Deposition Processes 680 28.6 Organic Coatings 685 28.7 Porcelain Enameling and Other Ceramic Coatings 688 28.8 Thermal and Mechanical Coating Processes 689 Part VIII Joining and Assembly Processes 693 23 CUTTING-TOOL TECHNOLOGY 552 23.1 Tool Life 552 23.2 Tool Materials 559 23.3 Tool Geometry 567 23.4 Cutting Fluids 577 29 FUNDAMENTALS OF WELDING 693 29.1 Overview of Welding Technology 695 29.2 The Weld Joint 697 29.3 Physics of Welding 700 29.4 Features of a Fusion-Welded Joint 704 30 WELDING PROCESSES 709 24 ECONOMIC AND PRODUCT DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS IN MACHINING 585 24.1 Machinability 585 24.2 Tolerances and Surface Finish 587 24.3 Selection of Cutting Conditions 591 24.4 Product Design Considerations in Machining 597 30.1 Arc Welding 709 30.2 Resistance Welding 719 30.3 Oxyfuel Gas Welding 726 30.4 Other Fusion-Welding Processes 729 30.5 Solid-State Welding 732 30.6 Weld Quality 738 30.7 Weldability 742 30.8 Design Considerations in Welding 742 25 GRINDING AND OTHER ABRASIVE PROCESSES 604 25.1 Grinding 604 25.2 Related Abrasive Processes 621 31 BRAZING, SOLDERING, AND ADHESIVE BONDING 748 31.1 Brazing 748 31.2 Soldering 754 31.3 Adhesive Bonding 758 26 NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING AND THERMAL CUTTING PROCESSES 628 26.1 Mechanical Energy Processes 629 26.2 Electrochemical Machining Processes 632 26.3 Thermal Energy Processes 636 26.4 Chemical Machining 644 26.5 Application Considerations 650 32 MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY 766 32.1 Threaded Fasteners 767 32.2 Rivets and Eyelets 773 32.3 Assembly Methods Based on Interference Fits 774 32.4 Other Mechanical Fastening Methods 777 32.5 Molding Inserts and Integral Fasteners 778 32.6 Design for Assembly 779 Part VII Property Enhancing and Surface Processing Operations 656 27 HEAT TREATMENT OF METALS 656 27.1 Annealing 657 27.2 Martensite Formation in Steel 657 27.3 Precipitation Hardening 661 27.4 Surface Hardening 663 27.5 Heat Treatment Methods and Facilities 664 Part IX Special Processing and Assembly Technologies 786 28 SURFACE PROCESSING OPERATIONS 668 33 RAPID PROTOTYPING 786 33.1 Fundamentals of Rapid Prototyping 787 33.2 Rapid Prototyping Technologies 788 33.3 Application Issues in Rapid Prototyping 795 28.1 Industrial Cleaning Processes 668 X Contents 16.6 Design Considerations in Powder Metallurgy 362 11.3 Permanent-Mold Casting Processes 237 11.4 Foundry Practice 245 11.5 Casting Quality 249 11.6 Metals for Casting 251 11.7 Product Design Considerations 253 12 GLASSWORKING 258 12.1 Raw Materials Preparation and Melting 258 12.2 Shaping Processes in Glassworking 259 12.3 Heat Treatment and Finishing 264 12.4 Product Design Considerations 266 17 PROCESSING OF CERAMICS AND CERMETS 368 17.1 Processing of Traditional Ceramics 368 17.2 Processing of New Ceramics 376 17.3 Processing of Cermets 378 17.4 Product Design Considerations 380 Part V Metal Forming and Sheet Metalworking 383 13 SHAPING PROCESSES FOR PLASTICS 268 13.1 Properties of Polymer Melts 269 13.2 Extrusion 271 13.3 Production of Sheet and Film 281 13.4 Fiber and Filament Production (Spinning) 284 13.5 Coating Processes 285 13.6 Injection Molding 286 13.7 Compression and Transfer Molding 295 13.8 Blow Molding and Rotational Molding 298 13.9 Thermoforming 302 13.10 Casting 306 13.11 Polymer Foam Processing and Forming 307 13.12 Product Design Considerations 308 18 FUNDAMENTALS OF METAL FORMING 383 18.1 Overview of Metal Forming 383 18.2 Material Behavior in Metal Forming 386 18.3 Temperature in Metal Forming 387 18.4 Strain Rate Sensitivity 389 18.5 Friction and Lubrication in Metal Forming 391 19 BULK DEFORMATION PROCESSES IN METAL WORKING 395 19.1 Rolling 396 19.2 Other Deformation Processes Related to Rolling 403 19.3 Forging 405 19.4 Other Deformation Processes Related to Forging 416 19.5 Extrusion 420 19.6 Wire and Bar Drawing 430 14 RUBBER-PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY 315 14.1 Rubber Processing and Shaping 315 14.2 Manufacture of Tires and Other Rubber Products 320 14.3 Product Design Considerations 324 15 SHAPING PROCESSES FOR POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITES 327 15.1 Starting Materials for PMCs 329 15.2 Open Mold Processes 331 15.3 Closed Mold Processes 335 15.4 Filament Winding 337 15.5 Pultrusion Processes 339 15.6 Other PMC Shaping Processes 341 20 SHEET METALWORKING 443 20.1 Cutting Operations 444 20.2 Bending Operations 450 20.3 Drawing 454 20.4 Other Sheet-Metal-Forming Operations 461 20.5 Dies and Presses for Sheet Metal Processes 464 20.6 Sheet-Metal Operations Not Performed on Presses 471 20.7 Bending of Tube Stock 476 Part IV Particulate Processing of Metals and Ceramics 344 Part VI Material Removal Processes 483 16 POWDER METALLURGY 344 16.1 Characterization of Engineering Powders 347 16.2 Production of Metallic Powders 350 16.3 Conventional Pressing and Sintering 352 16.4 Alternative Pressing and Sintering Techniques 358 16.5 Materials and Products for Powder Metallurgy 361 21 THEORY OF METAL MACHINING 483 21.1 Overview of Machining Technology 485 21.2 Theory of Chip Formation in Metal Machining 488 21.3 Force Relationships and the Merchant Equation 492 21.4 Power and Energy Relationships in Machining 497 21.5 Cutting Temperature 500 CONTENTS Part II Engineering Materials 98 1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF MANUFACTURING 1 1.1 What Is Manufacturing? 2 1.2 Materials in Manufacturing 7 1.3 Manufacturing Processes 10 1.4 Production Systems 16 1.5 Trends in Manufacturing 20 1.6 Organization of the Book 23 6 METALS 98 6.1 Alloys and Phase Diagrams 99 6.2 Ferrous Metals 103 6.3 Nonferrous Metals 120 6.4 Superalloys 131 6.5 Guide to the Processing of Metals 132 Partl Material Properties and Product Attributes 25 2 THE NATURE OF MATERIALS 25 2.1 Atomic Structure and the Elements 26 2.2 Bonding between Atoms and Molecules 28 2.3 Crystalline Structures 30 2.4 Noncrystalline (Amorphous) Structures 35 2.5 Engineering Materials 37 7 CERAMICS 136 7.1 Structure and Properties of Ceramics 137 7.2 Traditional Ceramics 139 7.3 New Ceramics 142 7.4 Glass 144 7.5 Some Important Elements Related to Ceramics 148 7.6 Guide to Processing Ceramics 150 3 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS 40 8 POLYMERS 153 8.1 Fundamentals of Polymer Science and Technology 155 8.2 Thermoplastic Polymers 165 8.3 Thermosetting Polymers 171 8.4 Elastomers 175 8.5 Polymer Recycling and Biodegradability 182 8.6 Guide to the Processing of Polymers 184 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Stress Strain Relationships 40 Hardness 52 Effect of Temperature on Properties 56 Fluid Properties 58 Viscoelastic Behavior of Polymers 60 4 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS 67 4.1 Volumetric and Melting Properties 67 4.2 Thermal Properties 70 4.3 Mass Diffusion 72 4.4 Electrical Properties 73 4.5 Electrochemical Processes 75 9 COMPOSITE MATERIALS 187 9.1 Technology and Classification of Composite Materials 188 9.2 Metal Matrix Composites 196 9.3 Ceramic Matrix Composites 198 9.4 Polymer Matrix Composites 199 9.5 Guide to Processing Composite Materials 201 Part III Solidification Processes 205 10 5 DIMENSIONS, SURFACES, AND THEIR MEASUREMENT 78 5.1 Dimensions, Tolerances, and Related Attributes 78 5.2 Conventional Measuring Instruments and Gages 79 5.3 Surfaces 87 5.4 Measurement of Surfaces 92 5.5 Effect of Manufacturing Processes 94 FUNDAMENTALS OF METAL CASTING 205 10.1 Overview of Casting Technology 207 10.2 Heating and Pouring 210 10.3 Solidification and Cooling 213 11 METAL CASTING PROCESSES 225 11.1 Sand Casting 225 11.2 Other Expendable-Mold Casting Processes 230 ix
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Composite Materials for Commercial Equipment (Proposal)
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The area of research is important because it deals with recycling of plastics towards the
production of composite materials that are stronger and lighter than its constituents.
Introduction
Composite materials are material systems consisting of two or more physically instinct
phases that produce total characteristics different from its constituents (Groover, 2010). The
properties of the composite materials are always superior and ...


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