Mark's Calculations For Machine Design

Mark's Calculations For Machine Design

Thomas H. Brown

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As the title of this book implies, Marks’ Calculations for Machine Design was written to be a companion to Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, providing detailed calculations to the important problems in machine design. For each of the over 175 examples presented, complete solutions are provided, including appropriate figures and diagrams, all algebra and arithmetic steps, and using both the U.S. Customary and SI/Metric systems of units. It is hoped that Marks’ Calculations for Machine Design will provide an enthusiastic beginning for those just starting out in mechanical engineering, as well as provide a comprehensive resource for those currently involved in machine design projects. Marks’ Calculations for Machine Design is divided into two main parts: Part 1, Strength of Machines, and Part 2, Application to Machines. Part 1 contains seven chapters on the foundational principles and equations of machine design, from basic to advanced, while Part 2 contains three chapters on the most common machine elements based on these principles and equations.

Content :
  • Chapter 1. Fundamental Loadings
  • Chapter 2. Beams: Reactions, Shear Force and Bending Moment Distributions, and Deflections
  • Chapter 3. Advanced Loadings
  • Chapter 4. Combined Loadings
  • Chapter 5. Principal Stresses and Mohr’s Circle
  • Chapter 6. Static Design and Column Buckling
  • Chapter 7. Fatigue and Dynamic Design
  • Chapter 8. Machine Assembly
  • Chapter 9. Machine Energy
  • Chapter 10. Machine Motion

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