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MRB Engineering Handbook

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Title: MRB Engineering Handbook
Author: Robert C. Noe
ISBN: 0873891996 / 9780873891998
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 264
Publisher: ASQ
Year: 1993
Availability: Out of Stock
  • Description
  • Contents

This book represents the first comprehensive reference for those involved in material review board (MRB) engineering. The handbook serves as an introduction to the tasks and responsibilities of the MRB engineer as they relate to determining the end use for incorrectly manufactured parts and assemblies, and the corrective action necessary to prevent its recurrence. Written as a text, the book introduces the concept of the MRB through an explanation and outline of tasks the MRB engineer must accomplish for the proper disposition of defects. All disciplines are covered in this reference, including the cycle of MRB engineering, how to document defective parts, and how to address questionable material. A wealth of information-from repair restrictions, nonconformance of materials, and fatigue life, to the review cycle, documentation processes, and disposition possibilities-to benefit the MRB engineer and other manufacturing professionals is contained within this reference handbook.

List of Figures

Chapter 1. : MRB Organization, Authorization, and Procedures
Chapter 2. : MRB Documentation and Revisions
Chapter 3. : Definitions Clarified
Chapter 4. : Nonconformance Types and Descriptions-Metallics
Chapter 5. : Nonconformance Types and Descriptions-Fiberglass, Composites, Honeycomb, Nonmetallics
Chapter 6. : Written Descriptions of Nonconformances
Chapter 7. : The Review Cycle
Chapter 8. : Disposition Possibilities
Chapter 9. : Repair Possibilities, Types of Loadings
Chapter 10. : Structural Anlaysis-Loadings and Static Strength
Chapter 11. : Structural Analysis-Fatigue Life
Chapter 12. : Repair Design Considerations-Hole and Fastener Related
Chapter 13. : Repair Design Considerations-Part Selection and Design
Chapter 14. : Repair Design Considerations-Process Technology


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