For a one or two-term introductory Machine Design course in Mechanical Engineering Departments, or Mechanical Engineering Technology. Considered a classic in its field, this new edition of Design of Machine Elements represents the over 80 years of combined classroom and industry experience of its three authors. The text presents a comprehensive survey of machine elements and analytical design methods and gives students the tools and techniques necessary to facilitate design calculations for the most frequently encountered mechanical elements.
Table of Contents
(NOTE: Each chapter ends with a References and Problems section.) Introduction. 1. Fundamental Principles. 2. Working Stresses and Failure Theories. 3. Design of Shafts. 4. Springs. 5. Screws. 6. Belts, Clutches, Brakes, and Chains. 7. Welded and Riveted Connections. 8. Lubrication. 9. Ball and Roller Bearings. 10. Spur Gears. 11. Helical, Bevel and Worm Gears. 12. Miscellaneous Machine Elements. 13. Principles of Form Synthesis. 14. Engineering Materials. 15. Designing with Plastic Materials. Appendix-Spreadsheet Modules. Index.