The latest ideas in machine analysis and design have led to a major revision of the field's leading handbook. New chapters cover ergonomics, safety, and computer-aided design, with revised information on numerical methods, belt devices, statistics, standards, and codes and regulations.
Key features include:
*new material on ergonomics, safety, and computer-aided design;
*practical reference data that helps machines designers solve common problems--with a minimum of theory.
*current CAS/CAM applications, other machine computational aids, and robotic applications in machine design.
This definitive machine design handbook for product designers, project engineers, design engineers, and manufacturing engineers covers every aspect of machine construction and operations. Voluminous and heavily illustrated, it discusses standards, codes and regulations; wear; solid materials, seals; flywheels; power screws; threaded fasteners; springs; lubrication; gaskets; coupling; belt drive; gears; shafting; vibration and control; linkage; and corrosion.
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The source for modern machine design essentials IStandard Handbook of MACHINE DESIGN, Second Edition For more than a decade, amchine designers have relied on this definitive handbook for fast, accurate answers to virtually all their design questions. Now revised, updated, and expanded to reflect important technological developments, the second edition remains the ultimate reference on every aspect of modern machine design. Written in clear, simple language, using hundreds of worked-out problems and numerical examples, the Handbook provides the most practical, up-to-date information available on both basic design considerations and the design of specific machine elements. From current standards and codes to the latest CAD and computational methods, this edition includes everything needed to take a design project through to its successful completion. The Handbook contains 50 sections, each written by a top international expert, covering such vital topics as: Computational Considerations; Wear; Strength of Steels; Seals; Fasteners; Joints; Springs; Lubrication; Bearings; Drives; Gears and Gearing; Vibration and Control; Cam Mechanisms; Linkages; Gear Trains; Stress; and much more. In addition, all-new and rewritten chapters on usability, safety, minimizing engineering effort, statistical considerations, power screws, chain drives, and shafts are included. Packed with quick-reference formulas, tables, charts, and graphs, this master resource belongs at the workstation of every design engineer, product designer, and manager who has to make crucial decisions affecting the outcome of a project.About the Author:
Joseph Shigley (deceased), who taught at the University of Michigan, passed away in 1994.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110070569584
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0070569584
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 2. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070569584