Overview for Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) is a technology related to the use of Computers for Integration of Machinery. While doing so one has to keep track of data communication, data handling, component transfer, component handling, machine handling and machine maintenance etc. Elaborative coverage on Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Solved problems in each chapter, Unsolved problems with answers, Introduction to Rapid Prototyping Technology All the technology of RP is explained with neat diagrams. Applications of CIM technology with Numerical problems are covered wherever necessary.
1. Automation 2. High Volume Production System 3. Analysis of Automated Flow Line and Line Balancing 4. Automated Assembly System 5. Computerized Manufacturing Planning 6. Shop Floor Control 7. Computer Aided Quality Control and Inspection 8. Advanced Manufacturing Technique - RPT.
M S Ganesha Prasad (Author)
M.S. Ganesha Prasad after finishing his Master of Technology in Production Engineering System Technology from Govt. B D T College of Engineering, Davangere in the year 1994, he worked as Production Engineer at Mysore Kirloskar Limited. Then he joined academics as a lecturer and was promoted as Senior Faculty of the Department of Industrial and Production Engineering and Automobile Engineering at S J M Institute of Technology, Chitradurga in the year 1997. He then served as the Head of the Department of Automobile Engineering. Presently he is working as a Senior Faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Sir Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bangalore. To his credit he is having four national level conference papers and one international level conference paper. He is pursuing his Doctoral Programme in Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum with Deep Hole Metal cutting operations as specialization. He has guided about four Master Programme students and a good number of undergraduate students.
B S Raju (Author)
B.S. Raju best technical writing is one of the basic requirements of Mechanical Engineers to put their ideas and concepts. Sri B.S. Raju is having more then fifteen national level conference papers and about four international lavel conference papers to his credit. Presently he is working as Lecturer at M V J College of Engineering, Bangalore. He is pursuing his Doctoral Programme at Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum, in Rapid Prototyping Technology. He is having strong knowledge of Rapid Prototyping Techniques, also in subjects like Operation Research, Statistical Quality Control and latest Manufacturing Techniques.