Theory of Machines and Mechanisms joseph edward shigley 4th Edition
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heory of Machines and Mechanisms provides a text for the complete study of displacements, velocities, accelerations, and static and dynamic forces required for the proper design of mechanical linkages, cams, and geared systems. The authors present the background, notation, and nomenclature essential for students to understand the various independent technical approaches that exist in the field of mechanisms, kinematics, and dynamics.
Now fully revised in its fourth edition, this text is ideal for senior undergraduate or graduate students in mechanical engineering who are taking a course in kinematics and/or machine dynamics.
New to the Fourth Edition
* Includes more worked examples throughout, and many new and updated end-of-chapter homework problems * Coverage of helical gears, bevel gears, worms, and worm gears is now integrated into a single chapter * Material on planar and spatial dynamic force analysis is now integrateded into a single chapter * A completely new chapter has been added on multi-degree-of-freedom planar linkage analysis * The chapter on kinematic synthesis has been markedly expanded, and now includes three and four accuracy position graphical methods * The chapter on static force analysis has been expanded to included coverage of buckling of axially-loaded two-force members under compression
* In-text CD includes Working Model animations of many figures from the text to help students visualize and comprehend their movement * A companion website for instructors provides additional information and resources, including PowerPoint-based slides of figures from the text
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Evolution of a Successful Design (Thomas H. Brown, Jr.)PART 1: MACHINE ELEMENTS IN MOTIONChapter 2: A Thesaurus of Mechanisms (L.E. Torfason)Chapter 3: Linkages (Richard E. Gustavson)Chapter 4: Cam Mechanisms (Andrzej A. Oledzki)Chapter 5: Gear Trains (Harold L. Johnson)PART 2: MACHINE ELEMENTS THAT ABSORB AND STORE ENERGYChapter 6: Springs (Robert E. Joerres)Chapter 7: Flywheels (Daniel M. Curtis)Chapter 8: Clutches and Brakes (John R. Zimmerman)PART 3: GEARINGChapter 9: Spur Gears (Joseph E. Shigley)Chapter 10: Helical Gears (Raymond J. Drago)Chapter 11: Bevel and Hypoid Gears (Theodore J. Krenzer and Robert J. Hotchkiss)Chapter 12: Worm Gearing (K.S. Edwards)Chapter 13: Power Screws (Rudolph J. Eggert)PART 4: POWER TRANSMISSIONChapter 14: Belt Drives (Wolfram Funk)Chapter 15: Chain Drives (John L. Wright)Chapter 16: Couplings (Howard B. Schwerdlin)Chapter 17: Shafts (Charles R. Mischke)PART 5: BEARINGS AND LUBRICATIONChapter 18: Rolling-Contact Bearings (Charles R. Mischke)Chapter 19: Journal Bearings (Theo J. Keith, Jr.)Chapter 20: Lubrication (A.R. Lansdown)Chapter 21: Seals (R. Bruce Hopkins)PART 6: FASTENING, JOINING, AND CONNECTINGChapter 22: Bolted and Riveted Joints (John H. Bickford)Chapter 23: Threaded Fasteners (Joseph E. Shigley)Chapter 24: Unthreaded Fasteners (Joseph E. Shigley)Chapter 25: Gaskets (Daniel E. Czernik)Chapter 26: Welded Connections (Richard S. Sabo and Omer W. Blodgett)Chapter 27: Fits and Tolerances (Joseph E. Shigley and Charles R. Mischke)PART 7: LOAD CAPABILITY CONSIDERATIONSChapter 28: Strength Under Static Conditions (Charles R. Mischke and Joseph E. Shigley)Chapter 29: Strength Under Dynamic Conditions (Charles R. Mischke)Chapter 30: Instabilities in Beams and Columns (Harry Herman)Chapter 31: Vibration and Control of Vibration (T.S. Sankar and R.B. Bhat)PART 8: PERFORMANCE OF ENGINEERING MATERIALSChapter 32: Solid Materials (Joseph Datsko)Chapter 33: Strength of Cold-Worked and Heat-Treated Steels (Charles R. Mischke)Chapter 34: Wear (Kenneth C. Ludema)Chapter 35: Corrosion (Milton G. Willie)PART 9: CLASSICAL STRESS AND DEFORMATION ANALYSISChapter 36: Stress (Joseph E. Shigley)Chapter 37: Deflection (Charles R. Mischke)Chapter 38: Curved Beams and Rings (Joseph E. Shigley)Chapter 39: Pressure Cylinders (Sachindranarayan Bhaduri)APPENDIX: SECTIONS AND SHAPES -- TABULAR DATA (Joseph E. Shigley)INDEX File Size 20.95 MB Pages1-590 FREE DOWNLOAD https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2jvtLRtHjFhZTdPbEEtQ2J4T1k/view?usp=sharing