Thought-Evoking Approaches in Engineering ProblemsYoshimo Ito (editor)
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In creating the value-added product in not distant future, it is necessary and inevitable to establish a holistic and though-evoking approach to the engineering problem, which should be at least associated with the inter-disciplinary knowledge and thought processes across the whole engineering spheres. It is furthermore desirable to integrate it with trans-disciplinary aspects ranging from manufacturing culture, through liberal-arts engineering and industrial sociology.
The thought-evoking approach can be exemplified and typified by representative engineering problems: unveiling essential features in `Tangential Force Ratio and Interface Pressure', prototype development for `Bio-mimetic Needle' and application of `Water-jet Machining to Artificial Hip Joint', product innovation in `Heat Sink for Computer', application of `Graph Theory' to similarity evaluation of production systems, leverage among reciprocity attributes in `Industrial and Engineering Designs for Machine Enclosure' and academic interpretation of skills of mature technician in `Scraping'.
The book is intended to cultivate the multi-talented engineer of the next generation by providing them with the future perspective and ideas for challenging research and development subjects.
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Number of pages: 295
Weight: 625 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 25 mm
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