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THE FORMULAS AND DATA YOU NEED TO SOLVE EVEN THE MOST COMPLEX MACHINE DESIGN PROBLEMS!
Utilizing the latest standards and codes, Machine Design Databook, Second Edition is the power tool engineers need to tackle the full range of machine design problems. Packed with valuable formulas, tables, charts, and graphs this unique handbook provides information in both SI and US Customary units--more data than any other similar reference available today! Selecting the appropriate formula and locating the necessary information has never been easier ... or faster!
With over 300 pages of additional material, Machine Design Databook, Second Edition has new chapters on:
* The Elements of Machine Tool Design
* Applied Elasticity
* Locking Machine Elements
* Retaining Rings
TURN TO MACHINE DESIGN DATABOOK, Second Edition FOR:
* The latest Codes and standards from ASME, AGMA, BIS, ISO, DIN, and more
* Cutting-edge information on application of the latest analytic techniques in gear design
* Charts on material properties
* Calculations of friction, wear, and lubrication of sliding and contact bearings
* Determination of axial load, torsion, and bending moment for shafts
* The design of couplings, clutches, and brakes
* Formulas (empirical, semi-empirical, and otherwise)
* The latest advances in tool design and composite materials
* And much more!
On the drafting table, at the workstation, and in the shop, here is the one-stop solution to all of your machine design problems.
*No fluff here - with over 95% of data in the form of charts, tables and formulas, this "pure" data book is designed for easy referencing of codes and standards*Over 300 pages of new material, including new chapters on machine tool design, applied elasticity, locking machine elements, and retaining rings *Includes the latest codes and standards from ASME, AGMA, BIS, ISO, DIN, and more
About the Author
Prof. Dr. K. Lingaiah was former Principal, Professor and Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering (Post-Graduate Studies), University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore University, Bangalore. He has been serving as a member and Chairman of various authorities of many Universities and Institutions in India. His degrees include Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from the University of Mysore, Master of Technology (Machine Design) from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (India) and Doctorate Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He was a recipient of Ford Foundation Senior Research Fellow at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. He served as Lecturer, Reader (Assistant Professor), and Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the University College of Engineering. He has to his credit several papers published in various international technical journals. He is a member of SEM (USA), ASME, and ISTE (India). Fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India) and P.E. He is a member on the Executive Committee of the IFTOMM Gear Committee. He is a consultant to various industries and has delivered seminars and lectures at NASA, University of Toronto, Canada, National University of Singapore, and numerous universities and engineering colleges in India and abroad. He was a Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at Adichunchanagiri Institute of Technology from 1994 to 1996, Chikmagalure, Karnataka State, India.
Table of Contents
1-Properties of Engineering Materials 2-Statis Stresses in Machine Elements 3-Dynamic Stresses in Machine Elements 4-Stress Concentration and Stress Intensity in Machine Members 5-Design of Machine Elements for Strength 6-CAMS 7-Pipes, Tubes and Cylinders 8-Design of Pressure Vessels, Plates and Shells 9-Rotating Disks and Cylinders 10-Design of Power Boilers 11-Metal Fits, Tolerances and Surface Texture 12-Design of Welded Joints 13-Reveted Joints 14-Design of Shafts 15-Flywheels 16-Packing and Seals 17-Keys, Pins, Cotters and Joints 18-Threaded Fasteners and Screws for Power Transmission 19-Coupling, Clutches and Brakes 20-Springs 21-Flexible Machine Elements 22-Mechanical Vibrations 23-Gears 24-Design of Bearings and Tribology 25-Miscellaneous Machine Elements 26-Elements of Machine Tool Design 27-Applied Elasticity 28-Locking Machine Elements 29-Retaining Rings Glossary Index
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