Machine Elements In Machanical Design

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The objective of this book is to provide the concepts, procedures, data, and decision analysis techniques necessary to design machine elements commonly found in mechanical devices and systems. Students completing a course of study using this book should be able to execute original designs for machine elements and integrate the elements into a system composed of several elements.

This process requires a consideration of the performance requirements of an individual element and of the interfaces between elements as they work together to form a system. For example, a gear must be designed to transmit power at a given speed. The design must specify the number of teeth, pitch, tooth form, face width, pitch diameter, material, and method of heat treatment. But the gear design also affects, and is affected by, the mating gear, the shaft carrying the gear, and the environment in which it is to operate. Furthermore, the shaft must be supported by bearings, which must be contained in a housing. Thus, the designer should keep the complete system in mind while designing each individual element. This book will help the student approach design problems in this way. 
It is expected that students using this book will have a good background in statics, strength of materials, college algebra, and trigonometry. Helpful, but not required, would be knowledge of kinematics, industrial mechanisms, dynamics, materials, and manufacturing processes. 


Content:-
Preface
Acknowledgments
PART 1: Principles of Design and Stress Analysis
1. The Nature of Mechanical Design
2. Materials in Mechanical Design
3. Stress and Deformation Analysis
4. Combined Stresses and Stress Transformation
5. Design for Different Types of Loading
6. Columns
PART 2: Design of a Mechanical Drive
7. Belt Drives, Chain Drives, and Wire Rope
8. Kinematics of Gears
9. Spur Gear Design
10. Helical Gears, Bevel Gears, and Wormgearing
11. Keys, Couplings, and Seals
12. Shaft Design
13. Tolerances and Fits
14. Rolling Contact Bearings
15. Completion of the Design of a Power Transmission
PART 3: Design Details and Other Machine Elements
16. Plain Surface Bearings
17. Linear Motion Elements
18. Springs
19. Fasteners
20. Machine Frames, Bolted Connections, and Welded Joints
21. Electric Motors and Controls
22. Motion Control: Clutches and Brakes
23. Design Projects
List of Appendices
Answers to Selected Problems
Index

Author Details
"Robert L. Mott"University of Dayton
"Edward M. Vavrek"
Purdue University 

"Jyhwen Wang"
Texas A&M University



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