Machine Component Design New Chapter Fundamentals of Dimension Determination A Combined Chapters of 4, 6, 8 and 17 Mainly use the Teaching Notes
Chapter 6 (Reference book) Fundamentals of Dimension Determination Linkages of machine parts need to have adeq
Chapter 15 Spur Gears 15.1 Introduction Gears are defined as toothed members transmitting rotary motion from one shaft to another, and are among the oldest devices and inventions of man. In about 2600 B.C. the Chinese used a chariot incorporating a comple
Chapter 14 Rolling-Element Bearings 1. Introduction There are two kinds of rolling element bearings, ball and roller bearings. Show Fig. 14.1 and 14.5 for ball and roller bearings.
Figure 14.1a (p. 560) Radial ball bearing (deep-groove or "Conrad" type).
Chapter 13 Lubrication and Sliding Bearings 13.1. Type of Lubricants When relative motion occurs between the surfaces, it is usually desirable to minimize friction and wear. Any interposed substance that reduces friction and wear is a lubricant. Lubricant
Chapter 12 Springs 12-1 Introduction Springs are elastic members that exert forces, or torques, and absorb energy. Functions: 1. To apply force and to control motion. 2. To alter the vibratory characteristics of a member 3. To reduce the magnitude of the
Chapter 10 Threaded Fasteners and Power Screws 10.1 Introduction A layman might consider threaded fasteners (screws, nuts, and bolts) to be the most mundane and uninteresting of all machine elements. In fact fasteners are used everywhere. There are more t
Chapter 3 Materials 3.1 Introduction The selection of materials and the process used in fabrication are integral part of the machine design. When we chose materials, we need to consider: strength, rigidity, reliability, durability, extreme conditions (tem
This book organized as two parts: Fundamentals and Applications. In the Part 1 Fundamentals, some key contents and review some of mechanics and materials aspects will be briefly introduced. In the Part 2 Applications, various machine components such as fa