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DESIGN
1.1Introduction
1.2The design process
1.3Total design
1.4Product design specification
1.5Conceptual design
1.6The technology base
1.7Conclusions
References and sources of information
Nomenclature
Worksheet
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
2.1Introduction
2.2Thermodynamics
2.3Mechanics
2.4Materials
2.5Conclusions
MACHINE ELEMENTS
3.1Introduction
3.2Tribology
3.3Bearings
3.4Gears, belts and chains
3.5Seals
3.6Clutches and brakes
3.7Springs
3.8Fasteners
3.9Enclosures
3.10Conclusions
References
BEARINGS
4.1Introduction
Sliding bearings
4.2Sliding bearings
4.3Rolling contact bearings
4.4Conclusions
SHAFTS
5.1Introduction
5.2Shaft–hub connection
5.3Shaft–shaft connection – couplings
5.4Critical speeds and shaft deflection
5.5ASME design code for transmission shafting
5.6Conclusions
References and sources of information
GEARS
6.1Introduction
6.2Construction of gear tooth profiles
6.3Gear trains
6.4Tooth systems
6.5Force analysis
6.6Simple gear selection procedure
6.7Conclusions
DETAILED GEAR STRESSING
7.1Introduction
7.2Wear failure
7.3AGMA equations for bending and contact stress
7.4Gear selection procedure
7.5Conclusions
BELT AND CHAIN DRIVES
8.1Introduction
8.2Belt drives
8.3Chain drives
8.4Conclusions
SEALS
9.1Introduction
9.2Static seals
9.3Dynamic seals
9.4Conclusions
CLUTCHES AND BRAKES
10.1Introduction
10.2Clutches
10.3Brakes
10.4Conclusions
SPRINGS
11.1Introduction
11.2Helical compression springs
11.3Helical extension springs
11.4Helical torsion springs
11.5Leaf springs
11.6Belleville spring washers
11.7Conclusions
FASTENING AND POWER SCREWS
12.1Introduction to permanent and non-permanent fastening
12.2Threaded fasteners
12.5Adhesives
12.6Welding
12.7Snap fasteners
12.8Conclusions
FRAMES, CASINGS AND ENCLOSURES
13.1Introduction
13.2Designing to resist bending
13.3Designing to resist torsion
13.4Designing to provide adequate ventilation
13.5Safety
13.6Conclusions
SENSORS AND ACTUATORS
14.1Introduction
14.2Sensors
14.3Actuators
14.4Conclusions
ENGINEERING TOLERANCING
15.1Introduction
15.2Component tolerances
15.3Statistical tolerancing
15.4Conclusions
DESIGN MANAGEMENT AND CASE STUDY
16.1Introduction
16.2Management of design
16.3Costing
16.4A guide to design literature and sources of information
16.5Case study
16.6Conclusions
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