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Sunday, December 30, 2018

MACHINE TOOLS HANDBOOK DESIGN AND OPERATION

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I have spent only a small fraction of my career in academic field. During my tenure as a lecturer in Fr. Agnel Technical College at Mumbai I taught ‘machine tools’ to production engineering students. I realized that none of the few contemporary books on machine tools was suitable for students. I had a tough time learning and teaching gear box design as no book, even the reference tomes, had guidelines or solved examples.
As a design consultant I found the existing reference tomes inadequate. None were helpful for an experienced designer while designing a new machine tool. All the books had sufficient information on various drives like belts, chains, gears but none compared them for speed range, capacity, and efficiency of transmission. There was ample information on hydraulic elements and drives but none on design of hydraulic systems: determining mundane details such as the specifications (sizes) of hydraulic valves and the piping, pump and tank. A machine tool designer should have sufficient knowledge of electrical elements;the working and usage of contactors, time relays etc. Being a mechanical engineer, I learnt it the hard way;by listening, enquiring, attempting, and amending designs in light of discussions with fellow field experts. I have endeavoured to pass on the gist of the elementary circuit design to my readers.
In industry we aim at perfection. Errors can be very costly and blunders disastrous. We can neither rely totally on our subordinates nor redo everything the lesser one does to crosscheck the correctness. We resort to broad approximations to see that the subordinate’s submissions are more or less correct.

Content:-
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
1. INTRODUCTION
2. MACHINE TOOL DRIVES AND MECHANISMS
3. RECTILINEAR OR TRANSLATORY DRIVES
4. DRIVE TRANSMISSION AND MANIPULATION
5. MACHINE TOOL ELEMENTS
6. MACHINE TOOL DYNAMICS
7. MACHINE TOOL OPERATION
8. TOOL ENGINEERING
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX

Author Details
"P H Joshi"
Associate Member
Institution of Engineers




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