Manufacturing Technology

In this subdiscipline: 36 papers

Discipline summary

Manufacturing technology, also often referred to as production technology, covers all aspects of reliable and cost-effective manufacturing of products adhering to quality specification. Manufacturing technologies transform raw materials to semis, include forming of components, joining technologies, cutting processes and others, as outlined in DIN 8580. A product may be a final product, or a semifinished product, e.g. a module. Closely related to manufacturing technology is supply chain, lean management and quality.

Popular papers

  1. Mycotoxins are small (MW approximately 700), toxic chemical products formed as secondary metabolites by a few fungal species that readily colonise crops and contaminate them with toxins in the field or after harvest. Ochratoxins and Aflatoxins are…
  2. Predicting the binding mode of flexible polypeptides to proteins is an important task that falls outside the domain of applicability of most small molecule and protein−protein docking tools. Here, we test the small molecule flexible ligand docking…
  3. Flexibility and changeability are key enablers for meeting the challenges of a global market. The paper first describes the main change drivers and takes then a deeper look at how changeability in a manufacturing en-terprise can be classified and…
  4. This paper is a result of a three-year study by the CIRP's Collaborative Working Group on Surface Integrity and Functional Performance of Components, and it reports recent progress in experimental and theoretical investigations on surface integrity…
  5. The present paper deals with the two-dimensional numerical simulation of gaseous flow and heat transfer in planar microchannel and nanochannel with different wall temperatures in transitional regime 0.1Kn1 . An atomistic molecular simulation method…
  6. Additive processes, which generate parts in a layered way, have more than 15 years of history. These processes are not exclusively used for prototyping any longer. New opportunities and applications in appropriate manufacturing tasks open up, even…
  7. The objective of this case study was to obtain some first-hand information about the functional consequences of a cosmetic tongue split operation for speech and tongue motility. One male patient who had performed the operation on himself was…
  8. Achieving sustainability in manufacturing requires a holistic view spanning not just the product, and the manufacturing processes involved in its fabrication, but also the entire supply chain, including the manufacturing systems across multiple…

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