Ancuta Carmen Păcurar

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca Romania

Ancuţa Carmen Păcurar is a lecturer at Department of Manufacturing Engineering, Faculty of Machine Building, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. She holds a PhD with a thesis in the Industrial Engineering Domain. Her fileds of expertise include Manufacturing Engineering Technologies, Computer Aided Design, Assembly Processes, Design for Environment, Computerized Maintenance. She is involved in 4 research projects (as a member of the research team) from which 3 projects are gained from national competition, and 1 project gained from international competition (HORIZON 2020). She is a member of the Manufacturing Engineering University Association of Romania and of the National Centre of Innovative Manufacturing from the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca. She has published 58 articles, from which 8 ISI indexed and 28 articles indexed in international databases (BDI).

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The book entitled Application of Design for Manufacturing and Assembly aims to present applicable research in the field of design, manufacturing, and assembly realized by researchers affiliated to well-known institutes. The book has a profound interdisciplinary character and is addressed to researchers, engineers, PhD students, graduate and undergraduate students, teachers, and other readers interested in assembly applications. I am confident that readers will find interesting information and challenging topics of high academic and scientific level within this book. The book presents case studies focused on new design for special parts using the principles of Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA), strategies that minimize the defects in design and manufacturing applications, special devices produced to replace human activity, multiple criteria analysis to evaluate engineering solutions, and the advantages of using the additive manufacturing technology to design the next generation of complex parts, in different engineering fields.

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