Machine Design : Fundamentals And Applications

Machine Design : Fundamentals And Applications

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Publisher PHI Learning All Mechanical Engineering books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120345171
Author: P. C. Gope
Number of Pages 1312
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About The Book Machine Design

Book Summary:

This comprehensive text on principles and practice of mechanical design discusses the concepts, procedures, data, tools, and analytical methodologies needed to perform design calculations for the most frequently encountered mechanical elements such as shafts, gears, belt, rope and chain drives, bearings, springs, joints, couplings, brakes and clutches, flywheels, as well as design calculations of various IC engine parts. The book focuses on all aspects of design of machine elements including material selection and life or performance estimation under static, fatigue, impact and creep loading conditions.

The book also introduces various engineering analysis tools such as MATLAB, AutoCAD, and Finite Element Methods with a view to optimizing the design. It also explains the fracture mechanics based design concept with many practical examples. Pedagogically strong, the book features an abundance of worked-out examples, case studies, chapter-end summaries, review questions as well as multiple choice questions which are all well designed to sharpen the learning and design skills of the students.

This textbook is designed to appropriately serve the needs of undergraduate and postgraduate students of mechanical engineering, agricultural engineering, and production and industrial engineering for a complete course in Machine Design (Papers I and II), fully conforming to the prescribed syllabi of all universities and institutes.

Table of Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Engineering Materials and Material Selection Processes
3. Stress, Strain and Deflection
4. Design against Static Failure
5. Design against Fatigue Loading
6. Design against Creep, Impact and Fracture
7. Design against Shaft, Axle and Keyways
8. Riveted Joints
9. Welded Joints
10. Design of Fasteners
11. Cotter and Knuckle Joints
12. Mechanical Spring Design
13. Coupling, Clutch and Brakes
14. Power Transmission Drive: Belt Drive
15. Rope Design
16. Chain Drives
17. Fundamentals of Gear Drives and Gear Force Analysis
18. Design of Spur and Helical Gears
19. Bevel and Worm Gear Design
20. Rolling Bearing Selection
21. Journal Bearing
22. Design of Internal Combustion Engine Parts
23. Miscellaneous Machine Elements
24. Engineering Analysis Tools
Appendix Index