Machine Design. A CAD Approach

  • ID: 2241125
  • Book
  • 1024 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Computer aided design (CAD) emerged in the 1960s out of the growing acceptance of the use of the computer as a design tool for complex systems. As computers have become faster and less expensive while handling an increasing amount of information, their use in machine design has spread from large industrial needs to the small designer.
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Preface xiii

The Machine: A Historical Introduction 1

1 Machine Design Methodology 34

2 Kinematic Analysis of Machines 113

3 Analysis of Machine Loads 189

4 Machine Design and Manufacture 230

5 Sizing Machine Components for Strength 296

6 Computer Methods for Machine Modeling 389

7 Machine Design Synthesis 467

8 Design for Shear Strength: Fastening and Joining 509

9 Design for Rigidity 599

10 Design of Friction Elements 656

11 Lubrication and Bearing Design 719

12 Design of Contact Elements 787

13 Design of Fixed Speed Drives 836

14 Design for Torsion: Shafts, Couplings and Keys 912

Appendix A Stress Concentration Factors 945

Appendix B Stress Intensity Factors for Cracked Structures 948

Appendix C Standardized Machine Elements 950

Appendix D Hot Rolled Sections 956

Appendix E Properties of Some Engineering Materials 963

Appendix F Properties of Sections 984

Index 987

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"Then come detailed design methodologies for machine elements such as fasteners and welded joints; springs and machine mountings; clutches, brakes, and belts; and antifriction bearings. Real–world examples and case studies are included."––ME Bookshelf; Mechanical Engineering Magazine (Vol.123/ No. 6; June 2001)
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