Report On Aerospace Industry - Chemical Milling | Manufacturing

Added on - 03 Feb 2020

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TABLE OF CONTENTSPart 1................................................................................................................................................3Task 1...............................................................................................................................................31.1 Recommendation of non-traditional machining processes....................................................31.2 Justification of using non-traditional machining processes...................................................3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................32.1 Sustainability issues...............................................................................................................32.2 Attention to manufacturing sustainability..............................................................................42.3 Address the manufacturing sustainability issue.....................................................................4Task 3...............................................................................................................................................43.1 3-D printing- the next industrial revolution...........................................................................43.2 Can 3-D printing replace conventional process.....................................................................4PART 3............................................................................................................................................5TASK 1............................................................................................................................................51.1 Quality difference..................................................................................................................51.2 Defects in super plastic vs standard plastic............................................................................51.3 New material susceptible to cracking....................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................62
PART 1TASK 11.1 Recommendation of non-traditional machining processesThe traditional machining processes require hard work and time to complete the work.Traditional machining processes uses very sharp cutting edged tools which can be very harmfulfor the person working on that machine. To reduce the risk, many industries started using nontraditional machining processes that can be either mechanical, electrical, thermal or chemicalenergy or sometimes it can be the combination of these energies. The risk is low because there isno sharp cutting tool (Haapala and et.al., 2013).In aerospace industry, it is recommended that the company should have Chemicalmilling, which can be used in removing very small or shallow layers of particles which arepresent of the large aircraft component.1.2 Justification of using non-traditional machining processesThe process of Chemical milling uses a very strong acid and base solution which is used,so that some unwanted particles of aluminum, titanium gets dissolved. The main aim of usingchemical machining is to reduce the weight of the component and at the same time increase itsefficiency. This process further provide a coating of the parts which prevent them from gettingdissolved apart from unwanted parts which will be removed. This process will give the finefinishing, so that the Aero foil section of parts will be maintained. This will give the balance ofthe parts. At the same time, the efficiency of the parts and the plane will be increased.TASK 22.1 Sustainability issuesThe major issue with this manufacturing system is the natural resources and emissionfrom the vehicle, which is causing harm to environment. VW manufactured the diesel cars whichis having defects in engines. Because their ignition timing was not proper, and this was givingmore carbon particles to the exhaust, and this is causing harm to the environment. The increasein global warming is the main issue. The vehicles were not able to maintain the ecologicalbalance.3
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