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3. Manufacturing Applications

Authors : Mohab Anis, Ghada AlTaher, Wesam Sarhan, Mona Elsemary

Published in: Nanovate

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

Manufacturing has proven to be one of the most important sectors in an economy because it allows the country to be self-sufficient. Through manufacturing, a country can rely less on imports and can earn foreign currencies from exporting its manufactured products. Because it is such a vital sector for a country’s development, intensive research and money have been invested in this sector to address its limitations as well as devise ways to help the manufacturing process be more productive and time-efficient. Nanotechnology proved to have great potential in the arena of monitoring and enhancing manufacturing processes. The role that can be played by nanotechnology is comprehensively discussed in this section.
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Metadata
Title
Manufacturing Applications
Authors
Mohab Anis
Ghada AlTaher
Wesam Sarhan
Mona Elsemary
Copyright Year
2017
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44863-3_3