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Machine Design - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0072921854

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ISBN13: 978-0072921854
ISBN10: 0072921854
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Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published: 2004
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Machine Design - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0072921854

Ansel Ugural

ISBN13: 978-0072921854
ISBN10: 0072921854
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2004
International: No
Summary

Ugural's Mechanical Design: An Integrated Approach provides a comprehensive, integrated view of machine element design for Mechanical Engineering students and practicing engineers. The author's expertise in engineering mechanics is demonstrated in Part I (Fundamentals), where readers receive an exceptionally strong treatment of the design process, stress & strain, deflection & stiffness, energy methods, and failure/fatigue criteria. Advanced topics in mechanics (marked with an asterisk in the Table of Contents) are provided for optional use.

The first 8 chapters provide the conceptual basis for Part II (Applications), where the major classes of machine components are covered. Optional coverage of finite element analysis is included, in the final chapter of the text, with selected examples and cases showing FEA applications in mechanical design.

In addition to numerous worked-out examples and chapter problems, detailed Case Studies are included to show the intricacies of real design work, and the integration of engineering mechanics concepts with actual design procedures. The author provides a brief but comprehensive listing of derivations for users to avoid the "cookbook" approach many books take. Numerous illustrations provide a visual interpretation of the equations used, making the text appropriate for diverse learning styles. The approach is designed to allow for use of calculators and computers throughout, and to show the ways computer analysis can be used to model problems and explore "what if?" design analysis scenarios.

An Online Learning Center website provides a wealth of resources for instructors, students and other readers.

Features

  • Strong coverage of engineering mechanics concepts provided in Part I of the book.
  • Case Studies, showing application of chapter topics to real-world engineering design, are included in most chapters.
  • Examples and problems are structured to allow for use of computers, when desired, in problem analysis and solution.
  • A complete Online Learning Center is included, with student learning features, solutions and PowerPoint for instructors, MATLAB simulations and interactive FE Exam questions, and finite element resources.

Table of Contents

Part I Fundamentals

1 Introduction to Design
2 Materials
3 Stress and Strain
4 Deflection and Stiffness
5 Energy Methods in Design
6 Buckling Design of Members
7 Static Failure Criteria and Reliability
8 Fatigue

Part II Applications

9 Shafts and Associated Parts
10 Bearings and Lubrication
11 Spur Gears
12 Helical, Worm, and Bevel Gears
13 Belts, Chain, Clutches, and Brakes
14 Springs
15 Power Screws, Fasteners, and Connections
16 Axisymmetric Problems in Design
17 Finite Element Analysis in Design

Appendix A Units, Properties of Shapes, and Beam Deflections
Appendix B Material Properties
Appendix C Stress Concentration Factors
Appendix D Solution of the Stress Cubic Equation

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