Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook

Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook 

Peter R.N. Childs

Preference :

The prior knowledge base in design and engineering, as with nearly all domains, is extensive. We have been designing and producing a wide range of sophisticated machines and systems for centuries. The detailed design of many machine elements and types of machinery has been codified and significant expertise is readily available. Just knowing that someone else has successfully produced a product or system can act as inspiration or provide direction for a similar product or the design of a subsystem that uses associated technology, or needs to have comparable functions. Many attempts have been made at defining design. The word can be used as a verb or noun, describing the process and the outcome of design, respectively. Referring to design as a process, it can be considered to include all the activities of market assessment and user requirements, specification, concept generation and idea development, the embodiment of details, risk mitigation, consideration of manufacture and production, and implementation. Referring to design as a noun, the term is commonly used to describe an artifact such as a vehicle, item of fashion or other product, with the associated features and merits. This may include description or commentary on aesthetic, ergonomic, and technical features. In this book, an inclusive approach to design is used with consideration of a range of functionalities ranging from technical, aesthetic, social, economic, and latent. Design is considered to be the process of conceiving, developing, and realizing products, artifacts, processes, systems, services, and experiences with the aim of fulfilling identified or perceived needs or desires typically working within defined or negotiated constraints.

Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook

Content :
  • Design
  • Specification
  • Ideation
  • Machine Elements
  • Journal Bearings
  • Rolling Element Bearings
  • Shafts
  • Gears
  • Spur and Helical Gear Stressing
  • Bevel Gears
  • Worm Gears
  • Belt and Chain Drives
  • Clutches and Brakes
  • Fastening and Power Screws
  • Pneumatics and Hydraulics

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