Increased demand for and developments in micromanufacturing have created a need for a resource that covers both the science and technology of this rapidly growing area. With contributions from eminent professors and researchers actively engaged in teaching, research, and development, Micromanufacturing Processes details the basic principles, tools,

part |2 pages

Section I Introduction

chapter 1|36 pages

Micromanufacturing: An Introduction

ByV.K. Jain, Ajay Sidpara, M. Ravisankar, and Manas Das

chapter 2|14 pages

Challenges in Meso-, Micro-, and Nanomanufacturing

ByV. Radhakrishnan

chapter |44 pages

Traditional Micromachining

chapter |34 pages

Advanced Micromachining

part |2 pages

Section III Nanofinishing

chapter 7|22 pages

Magnetorheological and Allied Finishing Processes

ByAjay Sidpara and V.K. Jain

chapter 8|28 pages

Magnetic Abrasive Finishing (MAF)

ByD.K. Singh, S.C.Jayswal, and V.K. Jain

chapter 9|18 pages

Abrasive Flow Finishing (AFF) for Micromanufacturing

ByM. Ravisankar, J. Ramkumar, and V.K. Jain

part |2 pages

Section IV Microjoining

chapter 10|18 pages

Laser Microwelding

ByN.J. Vasa

chapter 11|20 pages

Electron Beams for Macro- and Microwelding Applications

ByD.K. Pratihar, V. Dey, A.V. Bapat, and K. Easwaramoorthy

part |2 pages

Section V Microforming

chapter 12|20 pages

Micro- and Nanostructured Surface Development by Nano Plastic Forming and Roller Imprinting

ByM. Yoshino, K. Willy, A. Yamanaka, T. Matsumura, S. Aravindan, and P.V. Rao

chapter 13|20 pages


ByU.S. Dixit and R. Das

chapter 14|22 pages

Microbending with Laser

ByU.S. Dixit, S.N. Joshi, and V. Hemanth Kumar

part |2 pages

Section VI Miscellaneous

chapter 15|22 pages

Dimensional Metrology for Micro/Mesoscale Manufacturing

ByShawn P. Moylan

chapter 16|20 pages

Micromolding—A Soft Lithography Technique

ByB. Radha and G.U. Kulkarni

chapter 17|24 pages

Fabrication of Microelectronic Devices

ByMonica Katiyar, Deepak, and Vikram Verma