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Engineering - Production & Process Engineering | Wörterbuch der Fertigungstechnik. Dictionary of Production Engineering.… - Umformtechnik

Wörterbuch der Fertigungstechnik. Dictionary of Production Engineering. Dictionnaire des Techniques de Production Mechanique Vol.I/2

Umformtechnik 2/Metal Forming 2/Formage 2

C.I.R.P. (Ed.)

Ursprünglich erschienen bei C.I.R.P., Paris, 1984

2nd ed. 2002, XXII, 415 p.

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  • About this dictionary

This book is part of a tri-lingual dictionary of production engineering compiled under the auspices of the International Institution of Production Engineering Research (C.I.R.P.) headquartered in Paris. The first two volumes contain about 3400 terms for metal forming. This volume contains the terminology related to the following chapters: Rolling; Drawing and Extrusion.
Definitions are provided for nearly all terms, and illustrations are included where needed. In addition, reference is made to national and international standards. Alphabetical indices in each of the three languages provide easy access to the entries.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Dictionary - Englisch - Französisch - French - German - Production engineering - Produktionstechnik - Wörterbuch

Related subjects » Production & Process Engineering

Table of contents 

Contents:
Rolling.- Drawing.- Extrusion.
Inhalt:
Walzen.- Durchziehen.- Strangpressen.
Matières:
Laminage.- Etirage et Tréfilage.- Filage.

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