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This fully updated text provides the concepts, procedures, data, and analysis techniques needed to design and integrate machine elements into mechanical devices and systems. Focused on practical, safe, and efficient design, MACHINE ELEMENTS IN MECHANICAL DESIGN, 5/e emphasizes proven approaches and the use of readily available materials. Readers learn an integrated approach that considers the entire system while designing each element. The first six chapters guide students through the transition to design and expand on their understanding of designing for different loads. Next, the text thoroughly covers machine elements involved in power transmission equipment, from drives to rolling contact bearings. Finally, it covers many additional machine elements, including springs, electric motors, clutches, brakes, linear motion devices, and fasteers, plus issues associated with structural design, connections, and welding. Wherever practical, design equations, data, and procedures are specified. Problems offer realistic practice opportunities; throughout, the authors demonstrate the use of spreadsheets and included software to simplify complex procedures. Updated web links and references promote further exploration.
Table of Contents
1. The Nature of Mechanical Design
2. Materials in Mechanical Design
3. Stress and Deformation Analysis
4. Combined Stresses and Mohr’s Circle
5. Design for Different Types of Loading
PART II. Design of a Mechanical Drive
7. Belt Drives and Chain Drives
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 III. Design Details and Other Machine Elements
16. Plain Surface Bearings
17. Linear Motion Elements
20. Machine Frames, Bolted Connections, and Welded Joints
21. Electric Motors and Controls
22. Motion Control: Clutches and Brakes
23. Design Projects
Appendix 1. Properties of Areas
Appendix 2. Preferred Basic Sizes and Screw Threads
Appendix 3. Design Properties of Carbon and Alloy Steels
Appendix 4. Properties of Heat-Treated Steels
Appendix 5. Properties of Carburized Steels
Appendix 6. Properties of Stainless Steels
Appendix 7. Properties of Structural Steels
Appendix 8. Design Properties of Cast Iron
Appendix 9. Typical Properties of Aluminum
Appendix 10. Typical Properties of Zinc Casting Alloys
Appendix 11. Properties of Titanium Alloys
Appendix 12. Properties of Bronzes
Appendix 13. Typical Properties of Selected Plastics
Appendix 14. Beam-Deflection Formulas
Appendix 15. Steel Structural Shapes
Appendix 16. Aluminum Structural Shapes
Appendix 17 Conversion Factors
Appendix 18 Hardness Conversion Table
Appendix 19 Geometry Factor I for Pitting for Spur Gears
Answers to Selected Problems