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Shigley's Mechanical Engineering Design

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9780073312606

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0073312606
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Pub. Date:
10/25/2006
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McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
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Summary

The eighth edition of Shigley'sMechanical Engineering Designmaintains the basic approaches that have made this book the standard in machine design for over 40 years. At the same time it combines the straightforward focus on fundamentals instructors have come to expect with a modern emphasis on design and new applications. Overall coverage of basic concepts are clear and concise so that readers can easily navigate key topics. This edition includes anew case study to help illuminate the complexities of shafts and axles and a new finite elements chapter.Problem sets have been improved, with new problems added to help students progressively work through them. Thebook website includes ARIS, which is a homework management system that will have 90 algorithmic problems.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Part 1 Basics
2(202)
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design
3(24)
Design
4(1)
Mechanical Engineering Design
5(1)
Phases and Interactions of the Design Process
5(3)
Design Tools and Resources
8(2)
The Design Engineer's Professional Responsibilities
10(2)
Standards and Codes
12(1)
Economics
12(3)
Safety and Product Liability
15(1)
Stress and Strength
15(1)
Uncertainty
16(1)
Design Factor and Factor of Safety
17(1)
Reliability
18(1)
Dimensions and Tolerances
19(2)
Units
21(1)
Calculations and Significant Figures
22(1)
Power Transmission Case Study Specifications
23(4)
Problems
24(3)
Materials
27(40)
Material Strength and Stiffness
28(4)
The Statistical Significance of Material Properties
32(1)
Strength and Cold Work
33(3)
Hardness
36(1)
Impact Properties
37(2)
Temperature Effects
39(1)
Numbering Systems
40(1)
Sand Casting
41(1)
Shell Molding
42(1)
Investment Casting
42(1)
Powder-Metallurgy Process
42(1)
Hot-Working Processes
43(1)
Cold-Working Processes
44(1)
The Heat Treatment of Steel
44(3)
Alloy Steels
47(1)
Corrosion-Resistant Steels
48(1)
Casting Materials
49(2)
Nonferrous Metals
51(3)
Plastics
54(1)
Composite Materials
55(1)
Materials Selection
56(11)
Problems
63(4)
Load and Stress Analysis
67(74)
Equilibrium and Free-Body Diagrams
68(3)
Shear Force and Bending Moments in Beams
71(2)
Singularity Functions
73(2)
Stress
75(1)
Cartesian Stress Components
75(1)
Mohr's Circle for Plane Stress
76(6)
General Three-Dimensional Stress
82(1)
Elastic Strain
83(1)
Uniformly Distributed Stresses
84(1)
Normal Stresses for Beams in Bending
85(5)
Shear Stresses for Beams in Bending
90(5)
Torsion
95(10)
Stress Concentration
105(2)
Stresses in Pressurized Cylinders
107(3)
Stresses in Rotating Rings
110(1)
Press and Shrink Fits
110(1)
Temperature Effects
111(1)
Curved Beams in Bending
112(5)
Contact Stresses
117(4)
Summary
121(20)
Problems
121(20)
Deflection and Stiffness
141(63)
Spring Rates
142(1)
Tension, Compression, and Torsion
143(1)
Deflection Due to Bending
144(2)
Beam Deflection Methods
146(1)
Beam Deflections by Superposition
147(3)
Beam Deflections by Singularity Functions
150(6)
Strain Energy
156(2)
Castigliano's Theorem
158(5)
Deflection of Curved Members
163(5)
Statically Indeterminate Problems
168(5)
Compression Members---General
173(1)
Long Columns with Central Loading
173(3)
Intermediate-Length Columns with Central Loading
176(1)
Columns with Eccentric Loading
176(4)
Struts or Short Compression Members
180(2)
Elastic Stability
182(1)
Shock and Impact
183(1)
Suddenly Applied Loading
184(20)
Problems
186(18)
Part 2 Failure Prevention
204(142)
Failures Resulting from Static Loading
205(52)
Static Strength
208(1)
Stress Concentration
209(2)
Failure Theories
211(1)
Maximum-Shear-Stress Theory for Ductile Materials
211(2)
Distortion-Energy Theory for Ductile Materials
213(6)
Coulomb-Mohr Theory for Ductile Materials
219(3)
Failure of Ductile Materials Summary
222(4)
Maximum-Normal-Stress Theory for Brittle Materials
226(1)
Modifications of the Mohr Theory for Brittle Materials
227(2)
Failure of Brittle Materials Summary
229(1)
Selection of Failure Criteria
230(1)
Introduction to Fracture Mechanics
231(9)
Stochastic Analysis
240(6)
Important Design Equations
246(11)
Problems
248(9)
Fatigue Failure Resulting from Variable Loading
257(89)
Introduction to Fatigue in Metals
258(6)
Approach to Fatigue Failure in Analysis and Design
264(1)
Fatigue-Life Methods
265(1)
The Stress-Life Method
265(3)
The Strain-Life Method
268(2)
The Linear-Elastic Fracture Mechanics Method
270(4)
The Endurance Limit
274(1)
Fatigue Strength
275(3)
Endurance Limit Modifying Factors
278(9)
Stress Concentration and Notch Sensitivity
287(5)
Characterizing Fluctuating Stresses
292(3)
Fatigue Failure Criteria for Fluctuating Stress
295(14)
Torsional Fatigue Strength under Fluctuating Stresses
309(1)
Combinations of Loading Modes
309(4)
Varying, Fluctuating Stresses; Cumulative Fatigue Damage
313(6)
Surface Fatigue Strength
319(3)
Stochastic Analysis
322(14)
Roadmaps and Important Design Equations for the Stress-Life Method
336(10)
Problems
340(6)
Part 3 Design of Mechanical Elements
346(586)
Shafts and Shaft Components
347(48)
Introduction
348(1)
Shaft Materials
348(1)
Shaft layout
349(5)
Shaft Design for Stress
354(13)
Deflection Considerations
367(4)
Critical Speeds for Shafts
371(5)
Miscellaneous Shaft Components
376(7)
Limits and Fits
383(12)
Problems
388(7)
Screws, Fasteners, and the Design of Nonpermanent Joints
395(62)
Thread Standards and Definitions
396(4)
The Mechanics of Power Screws
400(8)
Threaded Fasteners
408(2)
Joints---Fastener Stiffness
410(3)
Joints---Member Stiffness
413(4)
Bolt Strength
417(4)
Tension Joints---The External Load
421(1)
Relating Bolt Torque to Bolt Tension
422(3)
Statically Loaded Tension Joint with Preload
425(4)
Gasketed Joints
429(1)
Fatigue Loading of Tension Joints
429(6)
Bolted and Riveted Joints Loaded in Shear
435(22)
Problems
443(14)
Welding, Bonding, and the Design of Permanent Joints
457(42)
Welding Symbols
458(2)
Butt and Fillet Welds
460(4)
Stresses in Welded Joints in Torsion
464(5)
Stresses in Welded Joints in Bending
469(2)
The Strength of Welded Joints
471(3)
Static Loading
474(4)
Fatigue Loading
478(2)
Resistance Welding
480(1)
Adhesive Bonding
480(19)
Problems
489(10)
Mechanical Springs
499(50)
Stresses in Helical Springs
500(1)
The Curvature Effect
501(1)
Deflection of Helical Springs
502(1)
Compression Springs
502(2)
Stability
504(1)
Spring Materials
505(5)
Helical Compression Spring Design for Static Service
510(6)
Critical Frequency of Helical Springs
516(2)
Fatigue Loading of Helical Compression Springs
518(3)
Helical Compression Spring Design for Fatigue Loading
521(3)
Extension Springs
524(8)
Helical Coil Torsion Springs
532(7)
Belleville Springs
539(1)
Miscellaneous Springs
540(2)
Summary
542(7)
Problems
542(7)
Rolling-Contact Bearings
549(48)
Bearing Types
550(3)
Bearing Life
553(1)
Bearing Load Life at Rated Reliability
554(1)
Bearing Survival: Reliability versus Life
555(2)
Relating Load, Life, and Reliability
557(2)
Combined Radial and Thrust Loading
559(5)
Variable Loading
564(4)
Selection of Ball and Cylindrical Roller Bearings
568(3)
Selection of Tapered Roller Bearings
571(11)
Design Assessment for Selected Rolling-Contact Bearings
582(4)
Lubrication
586(1)
Mounting and Enclosure
587(10)
Problems
591(6)
Lubrication and Journal Bearings
597(56)
Types of Lubrication
598(1)
Viscosity
599(2)
Petroff's Equation
601(2)
Stable Lubrication
603(1)
Thick-Film Lubrication
604(1)
Hydrodynamic Theory
605(4)
Design Considerations
609(2)
The Relations of the Variables
611(14)
Steady-State Conditions in Self-Contained Bearings
625(3)
Clearance
628(2)
Pressure-Fed Bearings
630(6)
Loads and Materials
636(2)
Bearing Types
638(1)
Thrust Bearings
639(1)
Boundary-Lubricated Bearings
640(13)
Problems
649(4)
Gears---General
653(60)
Types of Gear
654(1)
Nomenclature
655(2)
Conjugate Action
657(1)
Involute Properties
658(1)
Fundamentals
658(6)
Contact Ratio
664(1)
Interference
665(2)
The Forming of Gear Teeth
667(3)
Straight Bevel Gears
670(1)
Parallel Helical Gears
671(4)
Worm Gears
675(1)
Tooth Systems
676(2)
Gear Trains
678(7)
Force Analysis---Spur Gearing
685(4)
Force Analysis---Bevel Gearing
689(3)
Force Analysis---Helical Gearing
692(2)
Force Analysis---Worm Gearing
694(19)
Problems
700(13)
Spur and Helical Gears
713(52)
The Lewis Bending Equation
714(9)
Surface Durability
723(2)
AGMA Stress Equations
725(2)
AGMA Strength Equations
727(4)
Geometry Factors I and J (ZI and YJ)
731(5)
The Elastic Coefficient Cp (ZE)
736(1)
Dynamic Factor Kv
736(2)
Overload Factor Ko
738(1)
Surface Condition Factor Cf(ZR)
738(1)
Size Factor Ks
739(1)
Load-Distribution Factor Km (KH)
739(2)
Hardness-Ratio Factor CH
741(1)
Stress Cycle Life Factors YN and ZN
742(1)
Reliability Factor KR (Yz)
743(1)
Temperature Factor KT (Y)
744(1)
Rim-Thickness Factor KB
744(1)
Safety Factors SF and SH
745(1)
Analysis
745(10)
Design of a Gear Mesh
755(10)
Problems
760(5)
Bevel and Worm Gears
765(40)
Bevel Gearing---General
766(2)
Bevel-Gear Stresses and Strengths
768(3)
AGMA Equation Factors
771(12)
Straight-Bevel Gear Analysis
783(3)
Design of a Straight-Bevel Gear Mesh
786(3)
Worm Gearing---AGMA Equation
789(4)
Worm-Gear Analysis
793(4)
Designing a Worm-Gear Mesh
797(3)
Buckingham Wear Load
800(5)
Problems
801(4)
Clutches, Brakes, Couplings, and Flywheels
805(54)
Static Analysis of Clutches and Brakes
807(5)
Internal Expanding Rim Clutches and Brakes
812(8)
External Contracting Rim Clutches and Brakes
820(4)
Band-Type Clutches and Brakes
824(1)
Frictional-Contact Axial Clutches
825(4)
Disk Brakes
829(4)
Cone Clutches and Brakes
833(3)
Energy Considerations
836(1)
Temperature Rise
837(4)
Friction Materials
841(3)
Miscellaneous Clutches and Couplings
844(2)
Flywheels
846(13)
Problems
851(8)
Flexible Mechanical Elements
859(54)
Belts
860(3)
Flat- and Round-Belt Drives
863(15)
V Belts
878(8)
Timing Belts
886(1)
Roller Chain
887(9)
Wire Rope
896(8)
Flexible Shafts
904(9)
Problems
905(8)
Power Transmission Case Study
913(19)
Design Sequence for Power Transmission
915(1)
Power and Torque Requirements
916(1)
Gear Specification
916(7)
Shaft Layout
923(2)
Force Analysis
925(1)
Shaft Material Selection
925(1)
Shaft Design for Stress
926(1)
Shaft Design for Deflection
926(1)
Bearing Selection
927(1)
Key and Retaining Ring Selection
928(3)
Final Analysis
931(1)
Problems
931(1)
Part 4 Analysis Tools
932(112)
Finite-Element Analysis
933(24)
The Finite-Element Method
935(2)
Element Geometries
937(2)
The Finite-Element Solution Process
939(3)
Mesh Generation
942(2)
Load Application
944(1)
Boundary Conditions
945(1)
Modeling Techniques
946(3)
Thermal Stresses
949(1)
Critical Buckling Load
949(2)
Vibration Analysis
951(1)
Summary
952(5)
Problems
954(3)
Statistical Considerations
957(87)
Random Variables
958(2)
Arithmetic Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviation
960(5)
Probability Distributions
965(7)
Propagation of Error
972(2)
Linear Regression
974(9)
Problems
977(6)
Appendices
Useful Tables
983(56)
Answers to Selected Problems
1039(5)
Index 1044


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