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Manufacturing optimization through intelligent techniques.


Manufacturing optimization through intelligent techniques.

Saravana, R.

CRC / Taylor & Francis


213 pages



Manufacturing engineering and materials processing series; v.70


Providing detailed information about how to implement the myriad conventional and intelligent techniques for different types of manufacturing problems, Saravanan (mechatronics engineering, Kumaragura College of Technology, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India) explains how to model optimization problems, select suitable techniques, develop the optimization algorithm and software, and implement the program. Using examples from literature, Saravanan delineates new techniques for solving optimization problems in tolerance allocation and design; selection of machining parameters, integrated product development, scheduling, concurrent formation of machine groups and part families; and selection of robot coordinates, robot trajectory planning, and intelligent machining.

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