Mechanical Design of Machine Elements and Machines

Mechanical Design of Machine Elements and Machines 

Jack A. Collins

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This new undergraduate book, written primarily to support a Junior-Senior level sequence of courses in Mechanical Engineering Design, takes the viewpoint that failure prevention is the cornerstone concept underlying all mechanical design activity. The text is presented in two parts, Part I—Engineering Principles, containing 7 chapters, and Part II—Design Applications, containing 13 Chapters. Because of the way the book is organized it also may be conveniently used as the basis for continuing education courses or short-courses directed toward graduate engineers, as well as a reference book for mechanical designers engaged in professional practice.

Content :
  • Keystones of Design: Materials Selection and Geometry Determination
  • The Failure Prevention Perspective
  • Materials Selection
  • The response of Machine Elements to Loads and Environments; Stress, Strain, and Energy Parameters
  • Failure Theories
  • Geometry Determination
  • Design-Stage Integration of Manufacturing and Maintenance Requirements
  • Power Transmission Shafting; Couplings, Keys, and Splines
  • Pressurized Cylinders; Interference Fits
  • Plain Bearings and Lubrication
  • Rolling Element Bearings
  • Power Screw Assemblies
  • Machine Joints and Fastening Methods

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