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Mechanical Engineer's Handbook

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The purpose of this handbook is to present the reader with a teachable text that includes theory and examples. Useful analytical techniques provide the student and the practitioner with powerful tools for mechanical design. This book may also serve as a reference for the designer and as a source book for the researcher.

This handbook is comprehensive, convenient, detailed, and is a guide for the mechanical engineer. It covers a broad spectrum of critical engineering topics and helps the reader understand the fundamentals.

This handbook contains the fundamental laws and theories of science basic to mechanical engineering including controls and mathematics. It provides readers with a basic understanding of the subject, together with suggestions for more specific literature. The general approach of this book
involves the presentation of a systematic explanation of the basic concepts of mechanical systems.

This handbook's special features include authoritative contributions, chapters on mechanical design, useful formulas, charts, tables, and illustrations. With this handbook the reader can study and compare the available methods of analysis. The reader can also become familiar with the methods
of solution and with their implementation.

CHAPTER 1: Statics
1. Vector Algebra
2. Centroids and Surface Properties
3. Moments and Couples
4. Equilibrium
5. Dry Friction
CHAPTER 2: Dynamics
1. Fundamentals
2. Kinematics of a Point
3. Dynamics of a Particle
4. Planar Kinematics of a Rigid Body
5. Dynamics of a Rigid Body
CHAPTER 3: Mechanics of Materials
1. Stress
2. De¯ection and Stiffness
3. Fatigue
CHAPTER 4: Theory of Mechanisms
1. Fundamentals
2. Position Analysis
3. Velocity and Acceleration Analysis
4. Kinetostatics
CHAPTER 5: Machine Components
1. Screws
2. Gears
3. Springs
4. Rolling Bearings
5. Lubrication and Sliding Bearings
CHAPTER 6: Theory of Vibration
1. Introduction
2. Linear Systems with One Degree of Freedom
3. Linear Systems with Finite Numbers of Degrees of Freedom
4. Machine-Tool Vibrations
CHAPTER 7: Principles of Heat Transfer
1. Heat Transfer Thermodynamics
2. Conduction Heat Transfer
3. Convection Heat Transfer
CHAPTER 8: Fluid Dynamics
1. Fluids Fundamentals
2. Hydraulics
CHAPTER 9: Control
1. Introduction
2. Signals
3. Transfer Functions
4. Connection of Elements
5. Poles and Zeros
6. Steady-State Error
7. Time-Domain Performance
8. Frequency-Domain Performances
9. Stability of Linear Feedback Systems
10. Design of Closed-Loop Control Systems by Pole-Zero Methods
11. Design of Closed-Loop Control Systems by Frequential Methods
12. State Variable Models
13. Nonlinear Systems
14. Nonlinear Controllers by Feedback Linearization
15. Sliding Control
A. Appendix
APPENDIX Differential Equations and Systems of Differential Equations

Author Details
Edited by
"Dan B. Marghitu"

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University,
Auburn, Alabama

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