Standard Handbook of Machine Design "chapter and verse for design engineers"!
Item #: 9780071441643
Author: Joseph Shigley, Charles Mischke, Thomas H. Brown Publisher: McGraw-Hill Format: Hardcover
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Known as the professional's bible, the Standard Handbook of Machine Design is an expansive and definitive machine design handbook ideally suited for mechanical engineers, product designers, project engineers, design engineers, and manufacturing engineers. This updated 3rd edition is a comprehensive resource that covers every aspect of machine construction and operation. This edition has been redesigned to meet the challenges of a new mechanical engineering age, and contains new chapters on structural plastics and adhesives. The Standard Handbook of Machine Design puts the formulas, solutions, and reference material engineers need at their fingertips. 1,200 pp.
New updates and revisions include:
Two new chapters on the evolution of a successful machine design and pressure cylinders
Classic computational methods
Current codes and standards
Comprehensive design solutions for topics such as Cams, Gears, Springs, Clutches, Brakes, and Bolted and Welded connections
A thesaurus of mechanisms
Tables, standards, and code data
Reorganization for quick look-up of information
Standard Handbook of Machine Design - Table of Contents:
Standards, Codes, Regulations
Measurement and Inference Numerical Methods
The Strength of Cold-Worked and Heat-Treated
Minimizing Engineering Effort
Strength Under Static Circumstances
Fundamentals of Arc Welding
Instabilities in Beams and Columns
Curved Beams and Rings
Limits and Fits
Bolted and Riveted Joints
Structural Plastics and Adhesives, Clutches and