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Sustainable Machining and Green Manufacturing

Kumaran, S. Thirumalai / Ko, Tae Jo (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage März 2024
352 Seiten, Hardcover
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This book aims to be a source for understanding sustainable machining and green manufacturing. The goal is to gain new ideas and encourage readers to utilize fewer natural resources to reduce pollution. Some examples include cutting material needs, recycling and reusing materials, and promoting environmentally-friendly practices such as dry machining and eco-friendly cutting fluids. By reducing pollution and waste, more environmentally-friendly practices will help encourage a more environmentally conscious future.

Ideas evaluated in this book
* The investigating of synergy between natural fibers and epoxy composites that enhance mechanical properties
* Explores the potential of sustainable reinforcements in polymer composites
* Uncovers the critical role of manufacturing methods in determining the mechanical prowess of biofiber-reinforced composites
* Details the importance of environmentally friendly conscious manufacturing processes
* Discusses topics on precision machining, additive manufacturing, and optimizing manufacturing processes

Preface xv

1 Effect of Granite Filler on Mechanical Properties and Free Damping of Silk-Sisal--Reinforced Epoxy Composites 1
K. Sripriyan and S. Karthick

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 Material and Preparation 3

1.3 Result and Discussion 4

1.4 Conclusions 10

2 Effect of Plastic Particulate Addition on Polymer Composite Reinforced with Prosopis juliflora Fiber 13
Sakthi Balan G., Aravind Raj S., Jafrey Daniel James D. and Ramesh M.

2.1 Introduction 14

2.2 Materials and Methods 15

2.3 Results and Discussion 18

2.4 Conclusion 29

3 Effect of Various Manufacturing Techniques on Mechanical Properties of Biofiber-Reinforced Composites 33
M. Sasi Kumar, S. Sathish, M. Makeshkumar, S. Gokulkumar, L. Prabhu, S. Hemalatha, S. Ponnavan and Nancy Chopra

3.1 Introduction 34

3.2 Manufacturing Methods 35

3.3 Hand Layup Technique 36

3.4 Compression Techniques 39

3.5 Injection Technique 45

3.6 Filament Techniques 46

3.7 Vacuum-Assisted Resin Transfer Molding Technique 46

3.8 Spray Molding Technique 53

3.9 Conclusion 54

4 Electrical Discharge Machining of Al-B4C Composite for Biomedical Applications 65
S. Suresh Kumar, S. Thirumalai Kumaran, G. Kalusuraman and G. S. Samy

4.1 Introduction 66

4.2 Materials and Methods 68

4.3 Results and Discussion 71

4.4 Conclusion 76

5 Green Manufacturing of Natural Fiber Composite 79
Meenal Batra and Alka Bali

5.1 Introduction 80

5.2 Characteristics of Natural Fibers 81

5.3 Classes of Natural Fibers 82

5.4 Polymer Matrix 84

5.5 Applications of Natural Fiber Composites 85

5.6 Preprocessing of Natural Fiber Composites 87

5.7 Fabrication of Natural Fiber Composites 88

5.8 Additive Manufacturing 92

5.9 Additive Manufacturing of Different Composites 97

5.10 Critical Issues During Processing of Natural Fiber Composites 102

5.11 Conclusion 103

6 Manufacturing Issues and Process Parameters of Composite Filament for Additive Manufacturing Process 115
Jafrey Daniel James D., Ramesh M., Sakthi Balan G. and Aravind Raj S.

6.1 Introduction 116

6.2 Materials and Properties 117

6.3 Results and Discussion 120

6.4 Conclusion 128

7 Material Sustainability During Friction Stir Joining 131
Raheem Al-Sabur and M. Serier

7.1 Introduction 132

7.2 FSW Parameters 134

7.3 FSW Sustainability Review 136

7.4 FSW Sustainability Aspects 137

7.5 Recent Modifications in FSW Processes 143

7.6 Recent Applications of FSW 147

7.7 Conclusions 147

8 Plant-Based Biosorbents for Heavy Metal Removal From Wastewater 155
Narmadha V. and Siddhi Sreemahadevan

8.1 Introduction 156

8.2 Physical and Chemical Techniques for Heavy Metal Removal 157

8.3 Biological Methods for Heavy Metal Removal 158

8.4 Biochar 159

8.5 Plant-Based Biochar 162

8.6 A Comparison of Techniques for Removing Heavy Metals 170

8.7 Conclusion 171

9 Sustainability in Manufacturing: Welding's Role as a Frontier 177
P. Arunkumar, N. Muthukumaran, K. S. Ramaneedharan, N. S. Mithun, B. Sanjay, K. Solaiyappan, S. Gokul and B. Arulmurugan

9.1 Introduction 178

9.2 Sustainability Assessment in Welding 181

9.3 Welding Processes Study on Sustainability Assessment 186

9.4 5S Lean Strategy for Sustainability Manufacturing 187

9.5 Conclusion 188

10 Sustainable Development of Redundant Articulated Robot Components Using Simscape Multibody 193
M. Saravana Mohan, P. S. Samuel Ratna Kumar and P. M. Mashinini

10.1 Introduction 194

10.2 CAD Modeling 200

10.3 Assigning Aluminum A308 Alloy for RAR 202

10.4 Kinematics and Dynamic Studies 203

10.5 Assigning DH Parameters 204

10.6 Simscape Multibody Simulation 207

10.7 Torque Results Using Simscape Multibody 207

10.8 Static Analysis Under Twisting Moment 210

10.9 Work Envelope of RAR 212

10.10 Fatigue Report of RAR 213

10.11 Conclusion 216

11 Implementation of Green Manufacturing Practices in Automobile Fields: A Review 221
Sampath Boopathi

11.1 Introduction 222

11.2 Green Manufacturing Production 228

11.3 Green Manufacturing in the Automobile Field 230

11.4 Green Manufacturing Practices in the Automotive Field 236

11.5 Case Study: Automobile Green Manufacturing Firm 240

11.6 Case Study: Water Conservation Technologies 243

12 Minimization of Manufacturing Industry Wastes Through the Green Lean Sigma Principle 249
Sampath Boopathi

12.1 Introduction 250

12.2 Challenges to the Manufacturing Sector 252

12.3 GT and Manufacturing Development Procedure 252

12.4 Green Lean Manufacturing Terminologies 255

12.5 Real-Time Problem Formulation and Research Approach 259

12.6 Green Lean Six Sigma Barriers 264

12.7 Conclusion 267

13 Design for Sustainable Methods in Additive Manufacturing 271
Akesh B. Kakarla and Ing Kong

13.1 Introduction 271

13.2 Ecological Impacts of Additive Manufacturing 275

13.3 Life Cycle Analysis 277

13.4 Implications of Sustainable Development in AM 278

13.5 Conclusions 282

14 Optimization of Fused Deposition Modeling Control Parameters Using Hybrid Taguchi and TOPSIS Method 289
B. Singaravel, T. Niranjan, M. Vasu Babu and K. Nagarjuna

14.1 Introduction 290

14.2 Literature Review 291

14.3 Experimental Setup 292

14.4 Methodology 296

14.5 Results and Discussion 300

14.6 Conclusions 302

15 Sustainable Machining of Monel 400 Using Cryogenic Treated Tool 305
S. Balakrishnan, K. Senthilkumar and S. Thirumalai Kumaran

15.1 Introduction 306

15.2 Materials and Methods 308

15.3 Results and Discussion 311

15.4 Conclusion 315

References 315

Index 317
S. Thirumalai Kumaran is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the PSG Institute of Technology and Applied Research in India. He completed his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education in India in 2015. Dr. S Thirumalai received a Gold medal in manufacturing engineering from the Government College of Technology in 2008.

Tae Jo Ko is a professor at the School of Mechanical Engineering at Yeaungnam University in Gyeongsan-si, South Korea. He received a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from POSTECH, South Korea. Professor Tae Jo Koe has had over 250 publications in indexed journals, launched new research in rechargeable batteries, and has traveled across the globe delivering keynote lectures.

S. T. Kumaran, PSG Institute of Technology and Applied Research, India; T. J. Ko, Yeaungnam University, South Korea