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Title Process control : problems, techniques, and applications / Samuel P. Werther, editor.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2012]

Series Mechanical engineering theory and applications
Mechanical engineering theory and applications.
Subject Process control.
Alt Name Werther, Samuel P.
Series Mechanical engineering theory and applications
Mechanical engineering theory and applications.
Subject Process control.
Alt Name Werther, Samuel P.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record.
Contents PROCESS CONTROL ; PROCESS CONTROL ; Contents; Preface; Shot Peening Process: The -- State -- of -- Art; Government Polytechnic Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India; Abstract; Scope; 1. Part I. Review of Shot Peening Process; 1.1. Shot Peening Process; 1.2. The Mechanism; 1.3. History of Shot Peening; 1.4. Benefits of Shot Peening; 1.5. Shot Peening Machines; 1.6. Media and Controlling Parameters; 1.7. Present Theories and Practices; 1.7.1. Reviews on Shot Peening Equipment; 1.7.2. Shot Peening Mechanics; 1.7.3. Investigations on Controlled Shot Peening; Media Control. Studies on Coverage Control1.7.3.3. Studies on Shot Peening Intensity; 1.7.4. Robust Design for Fatigue Performance; 1.7.5. Investigations in Surface Finishing and Hardness; 1.7.6. Studies on Fatigue of High Strength Materials; 1.8. Conclusion from Literature Review; 2. Part II. Parametric Studies on Wear and Surface Hardness of Shot Peened AISI 4340 Material; Abstract; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Experimental Analysis; 2.2.1. Selection of Material; 2.2.2. Selection of Shots; 2.2.3. Design of Experiment; 2.3. Analysis of Variance; 2.3.1. ANOVA for Surface Hardness.
2.3.2. ANOVA for Wear Coefficient2.4. Result and Discussion; 2.4.1. Effect on Surface Hardness; 2.4.2. Effect on Wear; 2.5. Quantification of Wear Coefficient for AISI 4340 Material; 2.6. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Statistical Process Monitoring: Measurement Space-Based Approaches; Planta Piloto de Ingeniería Química (CONICET -- UNS); Camino La Carrindanga km 7, Bahía Blanca, 8000, Argentina; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Review of MSPC Original Space Strategies:; Scope, Advantages and Drawbacks; 3. Decomposition of the T2 Statistic; 4. Steady State Process Monitoring.
5. Batch Process MonitoringStage I; Stage II; 6. Bias Detection and Identification; Stage I; Stage II; Conclusions; Appendix 1; References; Methodology of Data Acquisition and Signal Processing for Frequency Response Evaluation during Plasma Electrolytic Surface Treatments; 1Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Russian Federation; 2The University of Sheffield, Sheffield S1 3JD, United Kingdom; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Theory and Methodology; 2.1. Theoretical Approach of the Frequency Response; 2.2. FR Measurement Method and its Resolution.
2.3. Power Supply Configuration for the Frequency Sweep2.4. FR Data Acquisition; 2.5. Signal Processing; 2.5. Post-Treatment of the FR Estimates; 3. Results and Discussion; 3.1. Resolution of the Estimates; 3.2. Evolution of the Frequency Response Estimates; 3.3. Methodology Outlook: In-Situ Impedance Spectroscopy of Plasma Electrolytic Processes; Conclusions; Acknowledgments; Literature; Applying New Decisions in Thin Strip Rolling to Save Energy and Enhance Product Quality of Wide Strip Mills; 1Cherepovets State University, Cherepovets, Russia.
ISBN 9781624176883 ebook
1612095674 hardcover
9781612095677 hardcover
OCLC # 1162504657
Additional Format Print version: Process control New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2012] 9781612095677 (hardcover) (DLC) 2011032654

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