Englisch für Maschinenbauer, Edition: 2., verb. Aufl. by Ariacutty Jayendran (auth.)

By Ariacutty Jayendran (auth.)

Das Buch wendet sich an alle, die technisches Englisch, bezogen auf Maschinenbau, lernen wollen. Es ist jedoch nicht f?r absolute Anf?nger geeignet. Schulenglisch wird vorausgesetzt. Das Buch eignet sich sowohl f?r einen einsemestrigen Lehrkurs als auch f?r das Selbststudium. Durch verbessertes Bildmaterial und durchgesehene Texte wurde das Buch in der zweiten Auflage den Bed?rfnissen der Benutzer noch besser angepa?t.

Enth?lt 22 Kapitel, die jeweils ein bestimmtes Gebiet des Maschinenbaus behandeln mit anschlie?enden ?bungen und Tabellen des verwendeten Fachvokabulars. Vokabelglossar und L?sungen zu den ?bungen finden sich am Buchende.

Maschinenbaustudenten an Universit?ten, Fachhochschulen, Technikerschulen, etc.; Maschinenbauingenieure und Techniker sowie auch Vertriebspersonal in der Industrie

?ber den Autor/Hrsg
Prof. Dr. Ariacutty Jayendran, M. Sc. Ph. D. London, Chartered Engineer/ MIEE London. Jetzt emeritiert, zuvor Prof. der Physik an den Universit?ten Khartoum, Sudan und Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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D) What are the three stages in the manufacture of a casting? e) Why is the casting usually made slightly larger than the final metal component? f) When is the sandcasting process particularly useful? ples of large sand castings. Give two exam- g) What are the two main types of die casting processes, and what advantages do die castings have over sandcastings ? h) What kinds of moulds are used for die casting? i) What are the disadvantages of the die casting process? j) Give some examples of metal components made by the die casting process.

Dieses kann dadurch erreicht werden, daB man das Werksttick auf eine Temperatur gerade tiber 500°C erhitzt und anschlieBend auskiihlen laBt. 8 The heat treatment of metals 49 e) Das Verfahren des Ausgltihens macht ein Metall so weich und duktil wie moglich. Hierbei wird das Metallstiick wie beim NormalglUhen auf ungefahr 850°C erhitzt, jedoch liiBt man nur ein wesentlich langsameres Auskiihlen zu. 50 9 The forging of metals We have seen that metal components can be produced cheaply and efficiently by the casting process.

Pouring in of the metal The pattern, which is a replica of the object to be cast is usually made out of wood or metal. 3 shows a pattern made out of wood for this object. The wooden pattern is made in two halves which can be fitted together by dowel pins. 4 shows the mould ready for pouring in the molten metal. The metal is poured into the mould, and solidifies as it cools. The casting can finally be taken out by removing the surrounding sand. The pattern and the resulting casting are often made slightly larger than the final form of the object, so that the casting can be machined to definite dimensions.

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