Book: Standard Handbook of Machine Design by Joseph E. Shigley, Charles R. Mischke, Thomas H.Brown

Book Title : Standard Handbook of Machine Design
Author(s)  : Joseph E. Shigley, Charles R. Mischke, Thomas H.Brown
Publisher   : McGraw Hill
Edition      : Second
Pages        : 1716
PDF size   : 64.6 Mb

This standard machine design handbook covers every aspect of machine construction and operation.
Packed with worked-out problems and numerical examples, the Handbook provides the most practical, up-to-date information available on basic design considerations and the creation of specific elements.
Includes updated codes and standards for CAD and computational methods.

Salient Features:

Updated codes and standards for CAD and computational methods
Updated tables, charts and graphs
Updated information on numerical methods, belt devices, statistics and regulations
Table of Contents:
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
1. Introduction: Standards, Codes, Regulations
2. Statistical Considerations
3. Measurement and Inference
4. Numerical Methods
5. Computational Considerations
6. Wear
7. Solid Materials
8. The Strength of Cold-Worked and Heat-Treated Steels
9 Usability
10. Safety
11. Minimizing Engineering Effort
12. Strength under Static Circumstances
13. Strength under Dynamic Conditions
14. Fundamentals of Arc Welding
15. Instabilities in Beams and Columns
16. Curved Beams and Rings
17. Seals
18. Flywheels
19. Limits and Fits
20. Power Screws
21. Threaded Fasteners
22. Unthreaded Fasteners
23. Bolted and Riveted Joints
24. Springs
25. Lubrication
26. Gaskets
27. Rolling-Contact Bearings
28. Journal Bearings
29. Couplings
30. Clutches and Brakes
31. Belt Drives
32. Chain Drives
33. Spur Gears
34. Bevel and Hypoid Gears
35. Helical Gears
36. Worm Gearing
37. Shafts
38. Vibration and Control of Vibration
39. A Thesaurus of Mechanisms
40. Cam Mechanisms
41. Linkages
42. Load-Cycle Analysis
43. Fluid Power Systems and Circuit Design
44. Corrosion
45. Noise and Its Control
46. Gear Trains
47. Robots and Smart Machines
48. Sections and Shapes–Tabular Data
49. Stress
50. Deflection


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