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Process techniques for engineering high-performance materials

Author: Tim Oberle
Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is directed toward those who conduct product development in the materials industry and engineers who convert materials into fabricated products. Real world case studies give the book a narrative, hands-on feel that appeals to readers in industry. This approach steers clear of the theory and abstraction that characterize academic works. It documents the practical mechanics of development activities to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Oberle
ISBN: 9781466581883 1466581883 1466581891 9781466581890
OCLC Number: 843454958
Description: xxxi, 461 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. The process, the product, and its ultimate life span --
2. Fitness-for-use testing --
3. Technical creativity and idea generation --
4. Finding product opportunity --
5. Prioritizing project proposals --
6. Evaluating critical parameters in the process --
7. Organizing development projects --
8. Project execution and oversight --
9. Small-scale trials --
10. Development trials on large-scale equipment --
11. Managing and controlling the process --
12. Controlling raw materials --
13. Complex manufacturing situations --
14. Human factors --
15. Managing customer expectations --
16. Proprietary systems.
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"This book is directed toward those who conduct product development in the materials industry and engineers who convert materials into fabricated products. Real world case studies give the book a narrative, hands-on feel that appeals to readers in industry. This approach steers clear of the theory and abstraction that characterize academic works. It documents the practical mechanics of development activities to bring new and modified materials to market. It covers the methodologies for plant scale trials and field testing at customer operations"--

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