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Author Sapuan, S. M., author.

Title Composite materials : concurrent engineering approach / S.M. Sapuan.

Published Kidlington, Oxford, United Kingdom : Butterworth-Heinemann is an imprint of Elsevier, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series ScienceDirect All Books
Notes Includes index.
Contents Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgments; Nomenclatures; Chapter 1 -- Introduction; Background; Beyond Manufacturing Competition; Concurrent Engineering Definition; Approaches to CE Implementation; Aliases of CE; Benefits of CE; Design for the Environment/Design for€Sustainability; Why Composites?; Concurrent Engineering in Composite Materials Development; Previous Studies of Concurrent Engineering for Composites; Conceptual Design for Composites Under CE Environment; Materials Selection of Composites Under CE Environment.
Importance of Materials SelectionComposite Materials Selection; Design for Sustainability of Composites Under CE Environment; About This Book; References; Chapter 2 -- Concurrent Engineering, Product Design, and Development; Introduction; The Importance of Product Development; Definitions of Product Design and Development; Different Design Process Models Developed by€Design Experts; Description of Each Stage of Total Design Model; Clarifying Need; Market Investigation; Product Design Specifications; Conceptual Design; Embodiment Design; Detail Design; Manufacture.
The Scope of Design for CE of CompositesClassification Characteristics of Design Tasks in Composites; Origin of Task; Organization; Novelty; Production; Branch; Complexity; Goals; Conclusions; References; Chapter 3 -- Composite Materials; Introduction; History of Composites; Ancient History of Composites; History of Matrix Materials; History of Fibers; Modern History of Composites; Polymer Matrix Composites; Matrix Materials; Biodegradable Polymers; Fibers; Glass Fibers; Carbon Fibers; Aramid Fibers; Boron Fibers; Natural Fibers; Natural Fiber Composites; Advanced Composites.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Polymer CompositesAdvantages; Disadvantages; Applications of Polymer Composites; Automotive Industry; Aerospace Industry; Building Industry; Marine Application; Furniture Products; Sporting Goods and Leisure; Manufacturing Methods of Polymer Composite Materials; Injection Molding; Resin Transfer Molding; Hand Lay-Up; Spray-Up; Filament Winding; Compression Molding; Pultrusion; Vacuum Bag Molding/Autoclave Molding; Metal Matrix Composites; Composite Constituents; Fabrication Processes of MMC; Applications; Self-Healing MMC; Ceramic Matrix Composites.
Composite ConstituentsProperties of CMC; Fabrication Processes of CMC; Applications; Nanocomposites; Ceramic Matrix Nanocomposites; Metal Matrix Nanocomposites; Polymer Matrix Nanocomposites; Potentials and Advantages of Nanocomposites; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4 -- Concurrent Engineering in Design and Development of Composite Products; Introduction; Previous Work on CE in Composite Product Development; Early Work (1989-99); New Millennium Era (2000-09); Recent Work; Some Commercially Relevant Examples of Recent Development, Trend, and Advances in the Area of CE for Composites.
Summary This book covers different aspects of concurrent engineering approaches in the development of composite products.
Other author Elsevier issuing body.
Subject Composite materials.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780128026458 (electronic bk.)
0128026456 (electronic bk.)
9780128025079 (print)
0128025077