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1 online resource (xix, 817 pages) : illustrations
  • Chapter 1. Design
  • Chapter 2. Specification
  • Chapter 3. Ideation
  • Chapter 4. Machine elements
  • Chapter 5. Journal bearings
  • Chapter 6. Rolling element bearings
  • Chapter 7. Shafts
  • Chapter 8. Gears
  • Chapter 9. Spur and helical gear stressing
  • Chapter 10. Bevel gears
  • Chapter 11. Worm gears
  • Chapter 12. Belt and chain drives
  • Chapter 13. Clutches and brakes
  • Chapter 14. Seals
  • Chapter 15. Springs
  • Chapter 16. Fastening and power screws
  • Chapter 17. Wire rope
  • Chapter 18. Pneumatics and hydraulics
  • Chapter 19. Engineering tolerancing.
Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook is a straight-talking and forward-thinking reference covering the design, specification, selection, use and integration of machine elements fundamental to a wide range of engineering applications. You can develop or refresh your mechanical design skills in the areas of bearings, shafts, gears, seals, belts and chains, clutches and brakes, springs, fasteners, pneumatics and hydraulics, amongst other core mechanical elements, and dip in for principles, data and calculations as needed to inform and evaluate your on-the-job decisions. Covering the full spectrum of common mechanical and machine components that act as building blocks in the design of mechanical devices, Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook also includes worked design scenarios and essential background on design methodology to help you get started with a problem and repeat selection processes with successful results time and time again. This practical handbook will make an ideal shelf reference for those working in mechanical design across a variety of industries and a valuable learning resource for advanced students undertaking engineering design modules and projects as part of broader mechanical, aerospace, automotive and manufacturing programs. It offers clear, concise text that explains key component technology, with step-by-step procedures, fully worked design scenarios, component images and cross-sectional line drawings all incorporated for ease of understanding. It provides essential data, equations and interactive ancillaries, including calculation spreadsheets, to inform decision making, design evaluation and incorporation of components into overall designs. Design procedures and methods covered include references to national and international standards where appropriate.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Chapter 1. Design
  • Chapter 2. Specification
  • Chapter 3. Ideation
  • Chapter 4. Machine elements
  • Chapter 5. Journal bearings
  • Chapter 6. Rolling element bearings
  • Chapter 7. Shafts
  • Chapter 8. Gears
  • Chapter 9. Spur and helical gear stressing
  • Chapter 10. Bevel gears
  • Chapter 11. Worm gears
  • Chapter 12. Belt and chain drives
  • Chapter 13. Clutches and brakes
  • Chapter 14. Seals
  • Chapter 15. Springs
  • Chapter 16. Fastening and power screws
  • Chapter 17. Wire rope
  • Chapter 18. Pneumatics and hydraulics
  • Chapter 19. Engineering tolerancing.
Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook is a straight-talking and forward-thinking reference covering the design, specification, selection, use and integration of machine elements fundamental to a wide range of engineering applications. You can develop or refresh your mechanical design skills in the areas of bearings, shafts, gears, seals, belts and chains, clutches and brakes, springs, fasteners, pneumatics and hydraulics, amongst other core mechanical elements, and dip in for principles, data and calculations as needed to inform and evaluate your on-the-job decisions. Covering the full spectrum of common mechanical and machine components that act as building blocks in the design of mechanical devices, Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook also includes worked design scenarios and essential background on design methodology to help you get started with a problem and repeat selection processes with successful results time and time again. This practical handbook will make an ideal shelf reference for those working in mechanical design across a variety of industries and a valuable learning resource for advanced students undertaking engineering design modules and projects as part of broader mechanical, aerospace, automotive and manufacturing programs. It offers clear, concise text that explains key component technology, with step-by-step procedures, fully worked design scenarios, component images and cross-sectional line drawings all incorporated for ease of understanding. It provides essential data, equations and interactive ancillaries, including calculation spreadsheets, to inform decision making, design evaluation and incorporation of components into overall designs. Design procedures and methods covered include references to national and international standards where appropriate.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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xxv, 358 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Beams Basic Theory Stresses Induced by Bending Deflection in Beams Shear Deflection in Beams Section Properties Torsion of Solid Sections Introduction Basic Theory Modulus of Section Angle of Twist Pure Torsion of Open Sections Thin-Walled Closed Sections Curved Members Torsional Failure of Tubes Sand Heap Analogy for Torsional Strength Design and Analysis of Lugs and Shear Pins Introduction Analysis of Lugs with Axial Loading: Allowable Loads Analysis of Lugs with Transverse Loading: Allowable Loads Bearing at Lug-to-Pin or -Bush Interface Shear Pin Analysis Bush Analysis Special Cases Stresses Due to Interference-Fit Pins and Bushes Stress Concentration Factor at Lug-to-Pin Interface Examples Mechanical Fasteners Threaded Fasteners Tensile and Shear Stress Areas Tension Connections Torque-Tension Relationship Proof Load and Proof Stress Fastener Preload Fasteners Subject to Shear and Tension Eccentric Loads Prying Forces Fasteners Subject to Alternating External Force Limits and Fits Introduction Tolerance Grade Numbers Fundamental Deviations Preferred Fits Using the Basic Hole System Surface Finish Thick Cylinders Introduction A Thick-Walled Cylinder Subject to Internal and External Pressures General Equations for a Thick-Walled Cylinder Subject to an Internal Pressure The General Equation for a Thick-Walled Cylinder Subject to Internal and External Pressures Example: Interference Fit Example: Radial Distribution of Stress Compound Cylinders Introduction Shrinkage Allowance Examples The Design and Analysis of Helical Compression Springs Manufactured from Round Wire Elastic Stresses and Deflections of Helical Compression Springs Manufactured from Round Wire Allowable Stresses for Helical Compression Springs Manufactured from Round Wire Notes on the Design of Helical Compression Springs Made from Round Wire Nested Helical Compression Springs Introduction to Analytical Stress Analysis and the Use of the Mohr Circle Introduction Notation Two-Dimensional Stress Analysis Principal Stresses and Principal Planes Construction of the Mohr Circle Relationship between Direct and Shear Stress The Pole of the Mohr Circle Examples The Analysis of Strain Comparison of Stress and Strain Equations Theories of Elastic Failure Interaction Curves, Stress Ratio's Margins of Safety, and Factors of Safety Introduction to Experimental Stress Analysis Photoelasticity Photoelastic Coatings Introduction to Brittle Lacquer Coatings Introduction to Strain Gauges Extensometers Introduction to Fatigue and Fracture Introduction and Background to the History of Fatigue The Fatigue Process Initiation of Fatigue Cracks Factors Affecting Fatigue Life Stress Concentrations Structural Life Estimations Introduction to Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Fatigue Design Philosophy Cycle Counting Methods Introduction to Geared Systems Introduction Types of Gears Form of Tooth Layout of Involute Curves Involute Functions Basic Gear Transmission Theory Types of Gear Trains Power Transmission in a Gear Train Referred Moment of Inertia, (Ireferred) Gear Train Applications Introduction to Cams and Followers Introduction Background Requirements of a Cam Mechanism Terminology The Timing Diagram Cam Laws Pressure Angle Design Procedure Graphical Construction of a Cam Profile.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Student design engineers often require a "cookbook" approach to solving certain problems in mechanical engineering. With this focus on providing simplified information that is easy to retrieve, retired mechanical design engineer Keith L. Richards has written Design Engineer's Handbook. This book conveys the author's insights from his decades of experience in fields ranging from machine tools to aerospace. Sharing the vast knowledge and experience that has served him well in his own career, this book is specifically aimed at the student design engineer who has left full- or part-time academic studies and requires a handy reference handbook to use in practice. Full of material often left out of many academic references, this book includes important in-depth coverage of key topics, such as: * Effects of fatigue and fracture in catastrophic failures * Lugs and shear pins * Helical compression springs * Thick-walled or compound cylinders * Cam and follower design * Beams and torsion * Limits and fits and gear systems * Use of Mohr's circle in both analytical and experimental stress analysis This guide has been written not to replace established primary reference books but to provide a secondary handbook that gives student designers additional guidance. Helping readers determine the most efficiently designed and cost-effective solutions to a variety of engineering problems, this book offers a wealth of tables, graphs, and detailed design examples that will benefit new mechanical engineers from all walks.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Beams Basic Theory Stresses Induced by Bending Deflection in Beams Shear Deflection in Beams Section Properties Torsion of Solid Sections Introduction Basic Theory Modulus of Section Angle of Twist Pure Torsion of Open Sections Thin-Walled Closed Sections Curved Members Torsional Failure of Tubes Sand Heap Analogy for Torsional Strength Design and Analysis of Lugs and Shear Pins Introduction Analysis of Lugs with Axial Loading: Allowable Loads Analysis of Lugs with Transverse Loading: Allowable Loads Bearing at Lug-to-Pin or -Bush Interface Shear Pin Analysis Bush Analysis Special Cases Stresses Due to Interference-Fit Pins and Bushes Stress Concentration Factor at Lug-to-Pin Interface Examples Mechanical Fasteners Threaded Fasteners Tensile and Shear Stress Areas Tension Connections Torque-Tension Relationship Proof Load and Proof Stress Fastener Preload Fasteners Subject to Shear and Tension Eccentric Loads Prying Forces Fasteners Subject to Alternating External Force Limits and Fits Introduction Tolerance Grade Numbers Fundamental Deviations Preferred Fits Using the Basic Hole System Surface Finish Thick Cylinders Introduction A Thick-Walled Cylinder Subject to Internal and External Pressures General Equations for a Thick-Walled Cylinder Subject to an Internal Pressure The General Equation for a Thick-Walled Cylinder Subject to Internal and External Pressures Example: Interference Fit Example: Radial Distribution of Stress Compound Cylinders Introduction Shrinkage Allowance Examples The Design and Analysis of Helical Compression Springs Manufactured from Round Wire Elastic Stresses and Deflections of Helical Compression Springs Manufactured from Round Wire Allowable Stresses for Helical Compression Springs Manufactured from Round Wire Notes on the Design of Helical Compression Springs Made from Round Wire Nested Helical Compression Springs Introduction to Analytical Stress Analysis and the Use of the Mohr Circle Introduction Notation Two-Dimensional Stress Analysis Principal Stresses and Principal Planes Construction of the Mohr Circle Relationship between Direct and Shear Stress The Pole of the Mohr Circle Examples The Analysis of Strain Comparison of Stress and Strain Equations Theories of Elastic Failure Interaction Curves, Stress Ratio's Margins of Safety, and Factors of Safety Introduction to Experimental Stress Analysis Photoelasticity Photoelastic Coatings Introduction to Brittle Lacquer Coatings Introduction to Strain Gauges Extensometers Introduction to Fatigue and Fracture Introduction and Background to the History of Fatigue The Fatigue Process Initiation of Fatigue Cracks Factors Affecting Fatigue Life Stress Concentrations Structural Life Estimations Introduction to Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Fatigue Design Philosophy Cycle Counting Methods Introduction to Geared Systems Introduction Types of Gears Form of Tooth Layout of Involute Curves Involute Functions Basic Gear Transmission Theory Types of Gear Trains Power Transmission in a Gear Train Referred Moment of Inertia, (Ireferred) Gear Train Applications Introduction to Cams and Followers Introduction Background Requirements of a Cam Mechanism Terminology The Timing Diagram Cam Laws Pressure Angle Design Procedure Graphical Construction of a Cam Profile.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Student design engineers often require a "cookbook" approach to solving certain problems in mechanical engineering. With this focus on providing simplified information that is easy to retrieve, retired mechanical design engineer Keith L. Richards has written Design Engineer's Handbook. This book conveys the author's insights from his decades of experience in fields ranging from machine tools to aerospace. Sharing the vast knowledge and experience that has served him well in his own career, this book is specifically aimed at the student design engineer who has left full- or part-time academic studies and requires a handy reference handbook to use in practice. Full of material often left out of many academic references, this book includes important in-depth coverage of key topics, such as: * Effects of fatigue and fracture in catastrophic failures * Lugs and shear pins * Helical compression springs * Thick-walled or compound cylinders * Cam and follower design * Beams and torsion * Limits and fits and gear systems * Use of Mohr's circle in both analytical and experimental stress analysis This guide has been written not to replace established primary reference books but to provide a secondary handbook that gives student designers additional guidance. Helping readers determine the most efficiently designed and cost-effective solutions to a variety of engineering problems, this book offers a wealth of tables, graphs, and detailed design examples that will benefit new mechanical engineers from all walks.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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TJ153 .R48 2013 Unknown
Book
1 electronic text (1 v. (various pagings)) : ill.
  • Energy conversion engineering ; Steam power generation ; Gas-turbine energy power generation ; Internal-combustion engine energy analyses ; Nuclear energy engineering ; Hydroelectric energy power plants ; Wind-power energy design and application ; Solar-power energy application and usage ; Geothermal energy engineering ; Ocean energy engineering ; Heat transfer and energy conservation ; Fluid transfer engineering ; Interior climate control energy economics ; Energy conservation and environmental pollution control.
SOLVE ENERGY PROBLEMS QUICKLY AND ACCURATELY Filled with step-by-step procedures for performing hundreds of calculations, this practical guide helps you solve a variety of applied energy engineering design and operating problems. Handbook of Energy Engineering Calculations features worked-out examples and enables you to obtain accurately results with minimum time and effort. Calculation procedures emphasize greenhouse gas and carbon dioxide emissions control as well as energy conservation and reuse. This is an invaluable, time-saving resource for anyone involved in energy engineering. Comprehensive coverage includes: Energy conversion engineering Steam power generation Gas-turbine power generation Internal-combustion engine energy analysis Nuclear energy engineering Hydroelectric energy power plants Wind power energy design and application Solar power energy application and usage Geothermal energy engineering Ocean energy engineering Heat transfer and energy conservation Fluid transfer engineering Interior climate control energy economics Energy conservation and environmental pollution control.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Energy conversion engineering ; Steam power generation ; Gas-turbine energy power generation ; Internal-combustion engine energy analyses ; Nuclear energy engineering ; Hydroelectric energy power plants ; Wind-power energy design and application ; Solar-power energy application and usage ; Geothermal energy engineering ; Ocean energy engineering ; Heat transfer and energy conservation ; Fluid transfer engineering ; Interior climate control energy economics ; Energy conservation and environmental pollution control.
SOLVE ENERGY PROBLEMS QUICKLY AND ACCURATELY Filled with step-by-step procedures for performing hundreds of calculations, this practical guide helps you solve a variety of applied energy engineering design and operating problems. Handbook of Energy Engineering Calculations features worked-out examples and enables you to obtain accurately results with minimum time and effort. Calculation procedures emphasize greenhouse gas and carbon dioxide emissions control as well as energy conservation and reuse. This is an invaluable, time-saving resource for anyone involved in energy engineering. Comprehensive coverage includes: Energy conversion engineering Steam power generation Gas-turbine power generation Internal-combustion engine energy analysis Nuclear energy engineering Hydroelectric energy power plants Wind power energy design and application Solar power energy application and usage Geothermal energy engineering Ocean energy engineering Heat transfer and energy conservation Fluid transfer engineering Interior climate control energy economics Energy conservation and environmental pollution control.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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p. cm.
  • Front Matter
  • Section 1: Engineering Careers
  • Section 2: Units
  • Section 3: Engineering Design ₆ Process and Principles
  • Section 4: Basic Mechanical Design
  • Section 5: Motion
  • Section 6: Deformable Body Mechanics
  • Section 7: Material Failure
  • Section 8: Thermodynamics and Cycles
  • Section 9: Basic Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics
  • Section 10: Fluid Equipment
  • Section 11: Pressure Vessels
  • Section 12: Materials
  • Section 13: Machine Elements
  • Section 14: Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Section 15: Project Engineering
  • Section 16: Welding
  • Section 17: Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
  • Section 18: Surface Protection
  • Section 19: Metallurgical Terms --.
  • Front Matter
  • Section 1: Engineering Careers
  • Section 2: Units
  • Section 3: Engineering Design ₆ Process and Principles
  • Section 4: Basic Mechanical Design
  • Section 5: Motion
  • Section 6: Deformable Body Mechanics
  • Section 7: Material Failure
  • Section 8: Thermodynamics and Cycles
  • Section 9: Basic Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics
  • Section 10: Fluid Equipment
  • Section 11: Pressure Vessels
  • Section 12: Materials
  • Section 13: Machine Elements
  • Section 14: Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Section 15: Project Engineering
  • Section 16: Welding
  • Section 17: Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
  • Section 18: Surface Protection
  • Section 19: Metallurgical Terms --.
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
xviii, 716 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction. Chapter 1: Design and Analysis - Design of Machinery. Units. Equations. Chapter 2: Machine Safety, Ergonomics, and Safeguarding (Co-written with E. Smith Reed PE) - Machine Safety and Ergonomics. Safeguarding. Chapter 3: Dimensions & Tolerances - Selection and Analysis of Tolerances (Written by Charles Gillis PE). Limits & Fits. Drawings and Processes. Chapter 4: Precision Locating (Written by Charles Gillis PE). Chapter 5: Pins, Keys, and Retaining Rings. Chapter 6: Pipe Threads, Threaded Fasteners, and Washers - Pipe and Port Threads. Threaded Fasteners and Washers. Chapter 7: Welds and Weldments. Chapter 8: Materials, Surfaces, and Treatments - Materials. Surface Finish. Heat Treatment. Surface Treatment. Chapter 9: Force Generators - Springs. Pneumatics. Electric Motors. Chapter 10: Bearings - Bushings (Plain Bearings). Rolling Element Bearings. Linear Bearings. Chapter 11: Power Transmission Devices - Shafts. Shaft Couplings. Gears (Written by Gregory Aviza). Gearboxes. Belts and Chains. Belts. Chains. Linear Motion Devices? Chapter 12: Machine Reliability & Performance.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This comprehensive reference was written with a single goal-to assist design professionals in their job quickly and efficiently. Designed with the working mechanical designer in mind, users will save time in selection, sizing, and tolerancing of mechanical parts and assemblies. And it is packed with essential charts and tables such as fastener data, locating feature data, material selection guides, and component selection charts. Most books containing similar data are targeted at shop personnel or students. Focusing on the most common needs of the design professional, it pares down the information to just what they most frequently need while providing the quickest possible access to necessary data. Because the job of the design professional has changed significantly this handbook aims to complement the software and assist in its efficient use. Features * Presents design data in groups corresponding to these design activities to minimize time spent flipping pages. * Speeds up the selection process through contained formulas and guides that are designed to assist the working engineer while selecting machine components from catalogs rather than designing these common components from scratch. * The full-size format is ideal for reading charts easily, and an included sheet of page tab stickers allows the user to mark pages they find particularly useful. * Intended to be a quick guidebook but contains frequent references to specific entries in Machinery's Handbook for in-depth treatment of most subjects.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction. Chapter 1: Design and Analysis - Design of Machinery. Units. Equations. Chapter 2: Machine Safety, Ergonomics, and Safeguarding (Co-written with E. Smith Reed PE) - Machine Safety and Ergonomics. Safeguarding. Chapter 3: Dimensions & Tolerances - Selection and Analysis of Tolerances (Written by Charles Gillis PE). Limits & Fits. Drawings and Processes. Chapter 4: Precision Locating (Written by Charles Gillis PE). Chapter 5: Pins, Keys, and Retaining Rings. Chapter 6: Pipe Threads, Threaded Fasteners, and Washers - Pipe and Port Threads. Threaded Fasteners and Washers. Chapter 7: Welds and Weldments. Chapter 8: Materials, Surfaces, and Treatments - Materials. Surface Finish. Heat Treatment. Surface Treatment. Chapter 9: Force Generators - Springs. Pneumatics. Electric Motors. Chapter 10: Bearings - Bushings (Plain Bearings). Rolling Element Bearings. Linear Bearings. Chapter 11: Power Transmission Devices - Shafts. Shaft Couplings. Gears (Written by Gregory Aviza). Gearboxes. Belts and Chains. Belts. Chains. Linear Motion Devices? Chapter 12: Machine Reliability & Performance.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This comprehensive reference was written with a single goal-to assist design professionals in their job quickly and efficiently. Designed with the working mechanical designer in mind, users will save time in selection, sizing, and tolerancing of mechanical parts and assemblies. And it is packed with essential charts and tables such as fastener data, locating feature data, material selection guides, and component selection charts. Most books containing similar data are targeted at shop personnel or students. Focusing on the most common needs of the design professional, it pares down the information to just what they most frequently need while providing the quickest possible access to necessary data. Because the job of the design professional has changed significantly this handbook aims to complement the software and assist in its efficient use. Features * Presents design data in groups corresponding to these design activities to minimize time spent flipping pages. * Speeds up the selection process through contained formulas and guides that are designed to assist the working engineer while selecting machine components from catalogs rather than designing these common components from scratch. * The full-size format is ideal for reading charts easily, and an included sheet of page tab stickers allows the user to mark pages they find particularly useful. * Intended to be a quick guidebook but contains frequent references to specific entries in Machinery's Handbook for in-depth treatment of most subjects.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Engineering Library (Terman)
Status of items at Engineering Library (Terman)
Engineering Library (Terman) Status
Stacks, non-circulating item
TJ230 .M37 2012 In-library use
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1 online resource (xviii, 716 p.) : ill.
Book
1 online resource (ix, 2788 p.) : ill.
  • Mathematics.-- Mechanics and Strength of Materials.-- Properties, Treatment, and Testing of Materials.-- Dimensioning, Gaging, and Measuring.-- Tooling and Toolmaking.-- Machining Operations.-- Manufacturing Processes.-- Fasteners.-- Threads and Threading.-- Gears, Splines, and Cams.-- Machine Elements.-- Measuring Units.-- Index.
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"Machinery's Handbook" has been the most popular reference work in metalworking, design, engineering and manufacturing facilities, and in technical schools and colleges throughout the world for nearly 100 years. It is universally acknowledged as an extraordinarily authoritative, comprehensive, and practical tool, providing its users with the most fundamental and essential aspects of sophisticated manufacturing practice. The 29th edition of the "Bible of the Metalworking Industries" contains major revisions of existing content, as well as new material on a variety of topics. It is the essential reference for Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Industrial Engineers, Designers, Draftsmen, Toolmakers, Machinists, Engineering and Technology Students, and the serious Home Hobbyist. New to this edition...micromachining, expanded material on calculation of hole coordinates, an introduction to metrology, further contributions to the sheet metal and presses section, shaft alignment, taps and tapping, helical coil screw thread inserts, solid geometry, distinguishing between bolts and screws, statistics, calculating thread dimensions, keys and keyways, miniature screws, metric screw threads, and fluid mechanics. Numerous major sections have been extensively reworked and renovated throughout, including Mathematics, Mechanics and Strength of Materials, Properties of Materials, Dimensioning, Gaging and Measuring, Machining Operations, Manufacturing Process, Fasteners, Threads and Threading, and Machine Elements. The metric content has been greatly expanded. Throughout the book, wherever practical, metric units are shown adjacent to the U.S. customary units in the text. Many formulas are now presented with equivalent metric expressions, and additional metric examples have been added. The detailed tables of contents located at the beginning of each section have been expanded and fine-tuned to make finding topics easier and faster. The entire text of this edition, including all the tables and equations, has been reset, and a great many of the figures have been redrawn. The page count has increased by nearly 100 pages, to 2,800 pages. It has updated Standards.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Mathematics.-- Mechanics and Strength of Materials.-- Properties, Treatment, and Testing of Materials.-- Dimensioning, Gaging, and Measuring.-- Tooling and Toolmaking.-- Machining Operations.-- Manufacturing Processes.-- Fasteners.-- Threads and Threading.-- Gears, Splines, and Cams.-- Machine Elements.-- Measuring Units.-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
"Machinery's Handbook" has been the most popular reference work in metalworking, design, engineering and manufacturing facilities, and in technical schools and colleges throughout the world for nearly 100 years. It is universally acknowledged as an extraordinarily authoritative, comprehensive, and practical tool, providing its users with the most fundamental and essential aspects of sophisticated manufacturing practice. The 29th edition of the "Bible of the Metalworking Industries" contains major revisions of existing content, as well as new material on a variety of topics. It is the essential reference for Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Industrial Engineers, Designers, Draftsmen, Toolmakers, Machinists, Engineering and Technology Students, and the serious Home Hobbyist. New to this edition...micromachining, expanded material on calculation of hole coordinates, an introduction to metrology, further contributions to the sheet metal and presses section, shaft alignment, taps and tapping, helical coil screw thread inserts, solid geometry, distinguishing between bolts and screws, statistics, calculating thread dimensions, keys and keyways, miniature screws, metric screw threads, and fluid mechanics. Numerous major sections have been extensively reworked and renovated throughout, including Mathematics, Mechanics and Strength of Materials, Properties of Materials, Dimensioning, Gaging and Measuring, Machining Operations, Manufacturing Process, Fasteners, Threads and Threading, and Machine Elements. The metric content has been greatly expanded. Throughout the book, wherever practical, metric units are shown adjacent to the U.S. customary units in the text. Many formulas are now presented with equivalent metric expressions, and additional metric examples have been added. The detailed tables of contents located at the beginning of each section have been expanded and fine-tuned to make finding topics easier and faster. The entire text of this edition, including all the tables and equations, has been reset, and a great many of the figures have been redrawn. The page count has increased by nearly 100 pages, to 2,800 pages. It has updated Standards.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
1 online resource (xxxv, 266 pages) : illustrations.
  • Section 1: Mathematics
  • Section 2: Mechanics and Strength of Materials
  • Section 3: Properties, Treatment, and Testing of Materials
  • Section 4: Dimensioning, Gaging, and Measuring
  • Section 5: Tooling and Toolmaking
  • Section 6: Machining Operations
  • Section 7: Manufacturing Processes
  • Section 8: Fasteners
  • Section 9: Threads and Threading
  • Section 10: Gears, Splines, and Cams
  • Section 11: Machine Elements
  • Section 12: Measuring Units.
This is a time-saving navigational tool for Machinery's Handbook for experienced professionals and beginners alike. You will learn how to quickly find exactly what you need from the Handbook's vast compilation of data, standards and text. The contents are organized in an intuitive, easy-to-follow manner and are crossed-referenced to the 29th and 28th editions. Keep it open right alongside your Handbook at all times as a guide to maximum efficiency.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Section 1: Mathematics
  • Section 2: Mechanics and Strength of Materials
  • Section 3: Properties, Treatment, and Testing of Materials
  • Section 4: Dimensioning, Gaging, and Measuring
  • Section 5: Tooling and Toolmaking
  • Section 6: Machining Operations
  • Section 7: Manufacturing Processes
  • Section 8: Fasteners
  • Section 9: Threads and Threading
  • Section 10: Gears, Splines, and Cams
  • Section 11: Machine Elements
  • Section 12: Measuring Units.
This is a time-saving navigational tool for Machinery's Handbook for experienced professionals and beginners alike. You will learn how to quickly find exactly what you need from the Handbook's vast compilation of data, standards and text. The contents are organized in an intuitive, easy-to-follow manner and are crossed-referenced to the 29th and 28th editions. Keep it open right alongside your Handbook at all times as a guide to maximum efficiency.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Part A Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Chap. 1 Mathematics for Mechanical Engineers Chap. 2 Engineering Mechanics Part B Applications in Mechanical Engineering Chap. 3 Materials Science and Technology Chap. 4 Thermodynamics Chap. 5 Tribology Chap. 6 Design of Machine Elements Chap. 7 Manufacturing Engineering Chap. 8 Measuring and Quality Control Chap. 9 Engineering Design Chap. 10 Piston Machines Chap. 11 Pressure Vessels and Heat Exchangers Chap. 12 Turbomachinery Chap. 13 Transportation Systems Chap. 14 Construction and Earth Moving Equipment Chap. 15 Enterprise Organization and Operation Part C Complementary Material for Mechanical Engineers Chap. 16 Power Generation Chap. 17 Electrical Engineering Appendix Tables and Constants.- About the Authors.- Subject Index.
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This resource covers all areas of interest for the practicing engineer as well as for the student at various levels and educational institutions. It features the work of authors from all over the world who have contributed their expertise and support the globally working engineer in finding a solution for today's mechanical engineering problems. Each subject is discussed in detail and supported by numerous figures and tables.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Part A Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Chap. 1 Mathematics for Mechanical Engineers Chap. 2 Engineering Mechanics Part B Applications in Mechanical Engineering Chap. 3 Materials Science and Technology Chap. 4 Thermodynamics Chap. 5 Tribology Chap. 6 Design of Machine Elements Chap. 7 Manufacturing Engineering Chap. 8 Measuring and Quality Control Chap. 9 Engineering Design Chap. 10 Piston Machines Chap. 11 Pressure Vessels and Heat Exchangers Chap. 12 Turbomachinery Chap. 13 Transportation Systems Chap. 14 Construction and Earth Moving Equipment Chap. 15 Enterprise Organization and Operation Part C Complementary Material for Mechanical Engineers Chap. 16 Power Generation Chap. 17 Electrical Engineering Appendix Tables and Constants.- About the Authors.- Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This resource covers all areas of interest for the practicing engineer as well as for the student at various levels and educational institutions. It features the work of authors from all over the world who have contributed their expertise and support the globally working engineer in finding a solution for today's mechanical engineering problems. Each subject is discussed in detail and supported by numerous figures and tables.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
1 online resource (xiii, 2,704 p.) : ill.
Celebrating nearly 100 years as "The Bible of the Mechanical Industries", The 28th Edition brings together volumes of knowledge, information and data gathered, revised and improved upon from experts throughout the mechanical industries. Extraordinarily comprehensive yet easy to use since it premiered, "Machinery's Handbook" provides mechanical and manufacturing engineers, designers, draftsmen, toolmakers, and machinists with a broad range material, from the very basic to the more advanced. It has always, and continues to provide industry fundamentals and standards while it moves into the 21st century with material reflecting technological advances and offering vast editorial improvements, making the 28th Edition the best tool...ever!This title includes new sections on: CNC numerical controls (written by Peter Smid - author of "CNC Programming Handbook"), manufacturing data analysis, fluid mechanics, distinguishing bolts from screws, helical coil screw thread inserts, calculating thread dimensions, lubrication, ball and acme leadscrews, and shaft alignment.It contains revised material on: properties, treatment, and testing of materials; dimensioning; gaging, and measuring; tool and toolmaking; and, manufacturing processes. Featuring a very user-friendly format, readers will never have to search outside of an area for information on the topic they are exploring. It offers a broad math coverage - from the basic to the advanced, you'll find fractions, positive and negative numbers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Celebrating nearly 100 years as "The Bible of the Mechanical Industries", The 28th Edition brings together volumes of knowledge, information and data gathered, revised and improved upon from experts throughout the mechanical industries. Extraordinarily comprehensive yet easy to use since it premiered, "Machinery's Handbook" provides mechanical and manufacturing engineers, designers, draftsmen, toolmakers, and machinists with a broad range material, from the very basic to the more advanced. It has always, and continues to provide industry fundamentals and standards while it moves into the 21st century with material reflecting technological advances and offering vast editorial improvements, making the 28th Edition the best tool...ever!This title includes new sections on: CNC numerical controls (written by Peter Smid - author of "CNC Programming Handbook"), manufacturing data analysis, fluid mechanics, distinguishing bolts from screws, helical coil screw thread inserts, calculating thread dimensions, lubrication, ball and acme leadscrews, and shaft alignment.It contains revised material on: properties, treatment, and testing of materials; dimensioning; gaging, and measuring; tool and toolmaking; and, manufacturing processes. Featuring a very user-friendly format, readers will never have to search outside of an area for information on the topic they are exploring. It offers a broad math coverage - from the basic to the advanced, you'll find fractions, positive and negative numbers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Contributors and Advisers Preface Acknowledgments How to Use This Handbook Part 1: Power Generation Section 1: Modern Power-Plant Cycles and Equipment Section 2: Steam Condensing Systems and Auxiliaries Section 3: Combustion Section 4: Steam Generation Equipment and Auxiliaries Section 5: Feedwater Heating Methods Section 6: Internal-Combustion Engines Part 2: Plant and Facilities Engineering Section 7: Pumps and Pumping Systems Section 8: Piping and Fluid Flow Section 9: Air and Gas Compressors and Vacuum Systems Section 10: Materials Handling Section 11: Heat Transfer and Heat Exchange Section 12: Refrigeration Part 3: Environmental Control Section 13: Wastewater Treatment and Control Section 14: Water-Supply and Storm-Water System Design Section 15: Plumbing and Drainage for Buildings and Other Structures Section 16: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Section 17: Solar Energy Section 18: Environmental Control and Energy Conservation Part 4: Design Engineering Section 19: Shafts, Flywheels, Pulleys, and Belts for Power Transmission Section 20: Gear Design and Application Section 21: Transmissions, Clutches, Roller-Screw Actuators, Couplings, and Speed Control Section 22: Bearing Design and Selection Section 23: Spring Selection and Analysis Section 24: Mechanical and Electrical Brakes Section 25: Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Design Section 26: Metalworking and Nonmetallic Materials Processing Bibliography Index.
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This book helps you solve any mechanical engineering problem quickly and easily. This trusted compendium of calculation methods delivers fast, accurate solutions to the toughest day-to-day mechanical engineering problems. You will find numbered, step-by-step procedures for solving specific problems together with worked-out examples that give numerical results for the calculation. It covers: power generation; plant and facilities engineering; environmental control; and design engineering. This new edition features methods for automatic and digital control; alternative and renewable energy sources; and plastics in engineering design.
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  • Contributors and Advisers Preface Acknowledgments How to Use This Handbook Part 1: Power Generation Section 1: Modern Power-Plant Cycles and Equipment Section 2: Steam Condensing Systems and Auxiliaries Section 3: Combustion Section 4: Steam Generation Equipment and Auxiliaries Section 5: Feedwater Heating Methods Section 6: Internal-Combustion Engines Part 2: Plant and Facilities Engineering Section 7: Pumps and Pumping Systems Section 8: Piping and Fluid Flow Section 9: Air and Gas Compressors and Vacuum Systems Section 10: Materials Handling Section 11: Heat Transfer and Heat Exchange Section 12: Refrigeration Part 3: Environmental Control Section 13: Wastewater Treatment and Control Section 14: Water-Supply and Storm-Water System Design Section 15: Plumbing and Drainage for Buildings and Other Structures Section 16: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Section 17: Solar Energy Section 18: Environmental Control and Energy Conservation Part 4: Design Engineering Section 19: Shafts, Flywheels, Pulleys, and Belts for Power Transmission Section 20: Gear Design and Application Section 21: Transmissions, Clutches, Roller-Screw Actuators, Couplings, and Speed Control Section 22: Bearing Design and Selection Section 23: Spring Selection and Analysis Section 24: Mechanical and Electrical Brakes Section 25: Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Design Section 26: Metalworking and Nonmetallic Materials Processing Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book helps you solve any mechanical engineering problem quickly and easily. This trusted compendium of calculation methods delivers fast, accurate solutions to the toughest day-to-day mechanical engineering problems. You will find numbered, step-by-step procedures for solving specific problems together with worked-out examples that give numerical results for the calculation. It covers: power generation; plant and facilities engineering; environmental control; and design engineering. This new edition features methods for automatic and digital control; alternative and renewable energy sources; and plastics in engineering design.
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  • VOLUME 1 PART 1. MATERIALS SELECTION 1. Carbon and Alloy Steels (Bruce L. Bramfitt) 2. Stainless Steel (James Kelly) 3. Aluminum Alloys (J.G. Kaufman) 4. Copper and Copper Alloys (Konrad J.A. Kundig) 5. Selection of Titanium Alloys for Design (Matthew Donachie) 6. Nickel and Its Alloys (T.H. Bassford, Jim Hosier and Gaylord Smith) 7. Magnesium and Its Alloys (Robert S. Busk and Robert E. Brown) 8. Selection of Superalloys for Design (Matthew J, Donachie and Stephen J. Donachie) 9. Plastics: Thermoplastics, Thermosets, and Elastomers (Edward N. Peters) 10. Composite Materials (Carl Zweben) 11. Smart Materials (James Harvey) 12. Overview of Ceramic Materials, Design, and Applications (R. Nathan Katz) 13. Sources of Materials Data (J.G. Kaufman) 14. Analytical Methods of Materials Selection (Dr. Mahmoud M. Farag) PART 2. MECHANICAL DESIGN 15. Stress Analysis (Franklin E. Fisher) 16. An Introduction to the Finite Element Method (Tarek I. Zohdi) 17. Concurrent Engineering Technologies and Design for Six Sigma (James McMunigal and H. Barry Bebb) 18. TRIZ (James McMunigal) 19. Computer-Aided Design (Emory Zimmers, Jr.) 20. STEP (Martin Hardwick) 21. Virtual Reality-A New Technology for the Engineer (Ming C. Leu) 22. Physical Ergonomics (Maury A. Nussbaum and Jaap van Dieen) 23. Electronic Packaging (Warren C. Fackler) 24. Design Optimization-An Overview (A. Ravindran and G.V. Reklaitis) 25. Designing with Plastics (James Harvey) 26. Failure Considerations-Metals (Steve Daniewicz and Jack A. Collins) 27. Failure Analysis of Plastics (Vishu Shah) 28. Failure Modes: Performance and Service Requirements for Composites (Dietrich Munz) 29. Mechanical Reliability and Life Prediction for Brittle Materials (G.S. White, E.R. Fuller, Jr., and S.W. Freiman) 30. Total Quality Management in Mechanical Design (B.S. Dhillon) 31. Reliability in Mechanical Design (B.S. Dhillon) 32. Lubrication of Machine Elements (Bernard J. Hamrock) 33. Seal Technology (Bruce M. Steinetz) 34. Vibrations and Shock (Singiresu S. Rao) 35. Noise Measurements and Control (George M. Diehl) 36. Nondestructive Testing (Robert L. Crane and Jeremy Knopp) VOLUME 2 PART 1. INSTRUMENTATION 1. Instrument Statics (Sriram Sundararajan, Jerry Lee Hall and Mahmood Naim) 2. Input and Output Characteristics (Adam C. Bell) 3. Bridge Transducers (Patrick L. Walter) 4. Measurements (E.L. Hixson and E. A. Ripperger) 5. Temperature and Flow Transducers (Robert J. Moffat) 6. Signal Processing (John Turnbull) 7. Data Acquisition and Display Systems (Philip C. Milliman) 8. Digital Integrated Circuits: A Practical Application (Todd Rhoad and Keith Folken) PART 2. SYSTEMS, CONTROLS, AND MEMS 9. Systems Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Information Processing for Analysis and Design (Andrew P. Sage) 10. Mathematical Models of Dynamic Physical Systems (K. Preston White, Jr.) 11. Basic Control Systems Design (William J. Palm) 12. Closed-Loop Control Systems Analysis (Suhada Jayasuriya) 13. Control System Performance Modification (Suhada Jayasuriya) 14. Servoactuators for Closed-Loop Control (Karl N. Reid and Syed Hamid) 15. Controller Design (T. Peter Neal) 16. General Purpose Control Devices (James H. Christensen, Robert J. Kretschmann and Muneshige Yamazaki) 17. State-Space Methods for Dynamic Systems Analysis (Krishnaswamy Srinivasan) 18. Control System Design Using State-Space Methods (Krishnaswamy Srinivasan) 19. Neural Networks in Control Systems (Frank Lewis and Shuzhi Sam Ge) 20. Mechatronics (Shane Farritor) 21. MEMS (Mona E. Zaghloul) VOLUME 3 PART 1. MANUFACTURING 1. Product Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&amp--A) (Gordon Lewis) 2. Achieving Enterprise Goals with New Process Technology(Steve W. Tuszynski) 3. Classification Systems (Dell K. Allen) 4. Production Planning (Bhaba R. Sarker, Dennis B. Webster and Thomas G. Ray) 5. Production Processes and Equipment (Magd E. Zohdi, Dennis B. Webster and William E. Biles) 6. Metal Forming, Shaping, and Casting (Magd E. Zohdi, Dennis B. Webster and William E. Biles) 7. Mechanical Fasteners (Murray J. Roblin and Anthony Luscher) 8. Statistical Quality Control (Magd E. Zohdi) 9. Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (William E. Biles and Magd E. Zohdi) 10. Material Handling (William E. Biles, Mickey Wilhelm, John S. Usher and Magd E. Zohdi) 11. Surface Coating Technology (Suzanne L. Rohde and Allan Matthews) 12. Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing (I. S. Jawahir and X. Wang) PART 2. MANAGEMENT, FINANCE, QUALITY, LAW, AND RESEARCH 13. Managing Projects in Engineering Organizations Using Inter-organizational Teams (Karen L. Higgins and Joseph A. Maciariello) 14. Managing People (Hans J. Thamhain) 15. Finance and the Engineering Function (William Brett) 16. Detailed Cost Estimating (Rod Stewart) 17. Investment Analysis (Byron W. Jones) 18. Total Quality Management and the Mechanical Engineer (R. Alan Kemerling and Jack B. ReVelle) 19. Registrations, Certifications, and Awards Jack B. ReVelle (Cynthia M. Sabelhaus) 20. Safety Engineering (Jack B. ReVelle) 21. What the Law Requires of the Engineer (Alvin S. Weinstein and Martin S. Chizek) 22. Patents (David A. Burge and Benjamin D. Burge) 23. Electronic Information Resources: Your Online Survival Guide (Robert N. Schwarzwalder, Jr.) 24. Sources of Mechanical Engineering Information (Fritz Dusold and Myer Kutz) VOLUME 4 1. Thermophysical Properties of Fluids (Peter E. Liley) 2. Fluid Mechanics (Reuben M. Olson) 3. Thermodynamics Fundamentals (Adrian Bejan) 4. Exergy Analysis and Entropy Generation Minimization (Adrian Bejan) 5. Heat Transfer Fundamentals (G.P. "Bud" Peterson) 6. Combustion (Eric Eddings) 7. Furnaces (Carroll Cone) 8. Gaseous Fuels (Richard J. Reed) 9. Liquid Fossil Fuels from Petroleum (Richard J. Reed) 10. Coals, Lignite, Peat (James Keppeler) 11. Solar Energy Applications (Jan F. Kreider) 12. Geothermal Resources and Technology: An Introduction (Peter D. Blair) 13. Energy Auditing (Carl Blumstein and Peter Kuhn) 14. Heat Exchangers, Vaporizers, Condensers (Joseph W. Palen) 15. Heat Pipes (Hongbin Ma) 16. Air Heating (Richard J. Reed) 17. Cooling Electronic Equipment (Allan Kraus, Avram Bar-Cohen and Abhay Watwe) 18. Fans, Blowers, Compressors, and Pumps (Keith Marchildon and Dave Mody) 19. Nuclear Power (William Kerr and William Updegrove) 20. Gas Turbines (Harold Miller and Todd Nemec) 21. Wind Turbines (Todd Nemec) 22. Steam Turbines (William G. Steltz) 23. Internal Combustion Engines (Ronald Douglas Matthews) 24. Refrigeration (Dennis L. O'Neal) 25. Cryogenic Systems (Leonard A. Wenzel) 26. Indoor Environmental Control (Jelena Srebric) 27. Air Pollution-Control Technologies (C.A. Miller) 28. Water Pollution-Control Technology (Carl A. Brunner and James F. Kreissl) 29. Fuel Cells (Matthew M. Mench) 30. Thermal Systems Optimization (Reinhard Radermacher) 31. Fluid Power (Andrew Alleyne).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • VOLUME 1 PART 1. MATERIALS SELECTION 1. Carbon and Alloy Steels (Bruce L. Bramfitt) 2. Stainless Steel (James Kelly) 3. Aluminum Alloys (J.G. Kaufman) 4. Copper and Copper Alloys (Konrad J.A. Kundig) 5. Selection of Titanium Alloys for Design (Matthew Donachie) 6. Nickel and Its Alloys (T.H. Bassford, Jim Hosier and Gaylord Smith) 7. Magnesium and Its Alloys (Robert S. Busk and Robert E. Brown) 8. Selection of Superalloys for Design (Matthew J, Donachie and Stephen J. Donachie) 9. Plastics: Thermoplastics, Thermosets, and Elastomers (Edward N. Peters) 10. Composite Materials (Carl Zweben) 11. Smart Materials (James Harvey) 12. Overview of Ceramic Materials, Design, and Applications (R. Nathan Katz) 13. Sources of Materials Data (J.G. Kaufman) 14. Analytical Methods of Materials Selection (Dr. Mahmoud M. Farag) PART 2. MECHANICAL DESIGN 15. Stress Analysis (Franklin E. Fisher) 16. An Introduction to the Finite Element Method (Tarek I. Zohdi) 17. Concurrent Engineering Technologies and Design for Six Sigma (James McMunigal and H. Barry Bebb) 18. TRIZ (James McMunigal) 19. Computer-Aided Design (Emory Zimmers, Jr.) 20. STEP (Martin Hardwick) 21. Virtual Reality-A New Technology for the Engineer (Ming C. Leu) 22. Physical Ergonomics (Maury A. Nussbaum and Jaap van Dieen) 23. Electronic Packaging (Warren C. Fackler) 24. Design Optimization-An Overview (A. Ravindran and G.V. Reklaitis) 25. Designing with Plastics (James Harvey) 26. Failure Considerations-Metals (Steve Daniewicz and Jack A. Collins) 27. Failure Analysis of Plastics (Vishu Shah) 28. Failure Modes: Performance and Service Requirements for Composites (Dietrich Munz) 29. Mechanical Reliability and Life Prediction for Brittle Materials (G.S. White, E.R. Fuller, Jr., and S.W. Freiman) 30. Total Quality Management in Mechanical Design (B.S. Dhillon) 31. Reliability in Mechanical Design (B.S. Dhillon) 32. Lubrication of Machine Elements (Bernard J. Hamrock) 33. Seal Technology (Bruce M. Steinetz) 34. Vibrations and Shock (Singiresu S. Rao) 35. Noise Measurements and Control (George M. Diehl) 36. Nondestructive Testing (Robert L. Crane and Jeremy Knopp) VOLUME 2 PART 1. INSTRUMENTATION 1. Instrument Statics (Sriram Sundararajan, Jerry Lee Hall and Mahmood Naim) 2. Input and Output Characteristics (Adam C. Bell) 3. Bridge Transducers (Patrick L. Walter) 4. Measurements (E.L. Hixson and E. A. Ripperger) 5. Temperature and Flow Transducers (Robert J. Moffat) 6. Signal Processing (John Turnbull) 7. Data Acquisition and Display Systems (Philip C. Milliman) 8. Digital Integrated Circuits: A Practical Application (Todd Rhoad and Keith Folken) PART 2. SYSTEMS, CONTROLS, AND MEMS 9. Systems Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Information Processing for Analysis and Design (Andrew P. Sage) 10. Mathematical Models of Dynamic Physical Systems (K. Preston White, Jr.) 11. Basic Control Systems Design (William J. Palm) 12. Closed-Loop Control Systems Analysis (Suhada Jayasuriya) 13. Control System Performance Modification (Suhada Jayasuriya) 14. Servoactuators for Closed-Loop Control (Karl N. Reid and Syed Hamid) 15. Controller Design (T. Peter Neal) 16. General Purpose Control Devices (James H. Christensen, Robert J. Kretschmann and Muneshige Yamazaki) 17. State-Space Methods for Dynamic Systems Analysis (Krishnaswamy Srinivasan) 18. Control System Design Using State-Space Methods (Krishnaswamy Srinivasan) 19. Neural Networks in Control Systems (Frank Lewis and Shuzhi Sam Ge) 20. Mechatronics (Shane Farritor) 21. MEMS (Mona E. Zaghloul) VOLUME 3 PART 1. MANUFACTURING 1. Product Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&amp--A) (Gordon Lewis) 2. Achieving Enterprise Goals with New Process Technology(Steve W. Tuszynski) 3. Classification Systems (Dell K. Allen) 4. Production Planning (Bhaba R. Sarker, Dennis B. Webster and Thomas G. Ray) 5. Production Processes and Equipment (Magd E. Zohdi, Dennis B. Webster and William E. Biles) 6. Metal Forming, Shaping, and Casting (Magd E. Zohdi, Dennis B. Webster and William E. Biles) 7. Mechanical Fasteners (Murray J. Roblin and Anthony Luscher) 8. Statistical Quality Control (Magd E. Zohdi) 9. Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (William E. Biles and Magd E. Zohdi) 10. Material Handling (William E. Biles, Mickey Wilhelm, John S. Usher and Magd E. Zohdi) 11. Surface Coating Technology (Suzanne L. Rohde and Allan Matthews) 12. Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing (I. S. Jawahir and X. Wang) PART 2. MANAGEMENT, FINANCE, QUALITY, LAW, AND RESEARCH 13. Managing Projects in Engineering Organizations Using Inter-organizational Teams (Karen L. Higgins and Joseph A. Maciariello) 14. Managing People (Hans J. Thamhain) 15. Finance and the Engineering Function (William Brett) 16. Detailed Cost Estimating (Rod Stewart) 17. Investment Analysis (Byron W. Jones) 18. Total Quality Management and the Mechanical Engineer (R. Alan Kemerling and Jack B. ReVelle) 19. Registrations, Certifications, and Awards Jack B. ReVelle (Cynthia M. Sabelhaus) 20. Safety Engineering (Jack B. ReVelle) 21. What the Law Requires of the Engineer (Alvin S. Weinstein and Martin S. Chizek) 22. Patents (David A. Burge and Benjamin D. Burge) 23. Electronic Information Resources: Your Online Survival Guide (Robert N. Schwarzwalder, Jr.) 24. Sources of Mechanical Engineering Information (Fritz Dusold and Myer Kutz) VOLUME 4 1. Thermophysical Properties of Fluids (Peter E. Liley) 2. Fluid Mechanics (Reuben M. Olson) 3. Thermodynamics Fundamentals (Adrian Bejan) 4. Exergy Analysis and Entropy Generation Minimization (Adrian Bejan) 5. Heat Transfer Fundamentals (G.P. "Bud" Peterson) 6. Combustion (Eric Eddings) 7. Furnaces (Carroll Cone) 8. Gaseous Fuels (Richard J. Reed) 9. Liquid Fossil Fuels from Petroleum (Richard J. Reed) 10. Coals, Lignite, Peat (James Keppeler) 11. Solar Energy Applications (Jan F. Kreider) 12. Geothermal Resources and Technology: An Introduction (Peter D. Blair) 13. Energy Auditing (Carl Blumstein and Peter Kuhn) 14. Heat Exchangers, Vaporizers, Condensers (Joseph W. Palen) 15. Heat Pipes (Hongbin Ma) 16. Air Heating (Richard J. Reed) 17. Cooling Electronic Equipment (Allan Kraus, Avram Bar-Cohen and Abhay Watwe) 18. Fans, Blowers, Compressors, and Pumps (Keith Marchildon and Dave Mody) 19. Nuclear Power (William Kerr and William Updegrove) 20. Gas Turbines (Harold Miller and Todd Nemec) 21. Wind Turbines (Todd Nemec) 22. Steam Turbines (William G. Steltz) 23. Internal Combustion Engines (Ronald Douglas Matthews) 24. Refrigeration (Dennis L. O'Neal) 25. Cryogenic Systems (Leonard A. Wenzel) 26. Indoor Environmental Control (Jelena Srebric) 27. Air Pollution-Control Technologies (C.A. Miller) 28. Water Pollution-Control Technology (Carl A. Brunner and James F. Kreissl) 29. Fuel Cells (Matthew M. Mench) 30. Thermal Systems Optimization (Reinhard Radermacher) 31. Fluid Power (Andrew Alleyne).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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  • Preface. Vision Statement. Contributors. PART 1: MATERIALS. 1. Carbon and Alloy Steels (Bruce L. Bramfitt). 2. Stainless Steels (James Kelly). 3. Aluminum Alloys (J. G. Kaufman). 4. Copper and Copper Alloys (Konrad J. A. Kundig and John G. Cowie). 5. Selection of Titanium Alloys for Design (Matthew J. Donachie). 6. Nickel and Its Alloys (Gaylord D. Smith and Brian A. Baker). 7. Magnesium and Its Alloys (Robert E. Brown). 8. Selection of Superalloys for Design (Matthew J. Donachie and Stephen J. Donachie). 9. Plastics: Information and Properties of Polymeric Materials (Edward N. Peters). 10. Composite Materials (Carl Zweben). 11. Smart Materials (James A. Harvey). 12. Overview of Ceramic Materials, Design, and Application (R. Nathan Katz). 13. Sources of Materials Data (J. G. Kaufman). 14. Quantitative Methods of Materials Selection (Mahmoud M. Farag). PART 2: MECHANICAL DESIGN. 15. Stress Analysis (Franklin E. Fisher). 16. An Introduction to the Finite-Element Method (Tarek I. Zohdi). 17. Design for Six Sigma: A Mandate for Competitiveness (James E. McMunigal and H. Barry Bebb). 18. TRIZ (James E. McMunigal, Steven Ungvari, Michael Slocum, and Ruth E. McMunigal). 19. Computer-Aided Design (Emory W. Zimmers, Jr., and Technical Staff of Enterprise Systems Center). 20. Data Exchange Using STEP (Martin Hardwick). 21. Engineering Applications of Virtual Reality (Xiaobo Peng and Ming C. Leu). 22. Physical Ergonimics (Maury A. Nussbaum and Jaap H. van Dieen). 23. Electronic Materials and Packaging (Warren C. Fackler). 24. Design Optimization: An Overview (A. Ravi Ravindran and G. V. Reklaitis). 25. Design for Manufacturing and Assembly with Plastics (James A. Harvey). 26. Failure Modes: Performance and Service Requirements for Metals (J. A. Collins and S. R. Daniewicz). 27. Failure Analysis of Plastics (Vishu H. Shah). 28. Failure Modes: Performance and Service Requirements for Ceramics (Dietrich Munz). 29. Mechanical Reliability and Life Prediction for Brittle Materials (G. S. White, E. R. Fuller, Jr., and S. W. Freiman). 30. Total Quality Management in Mechanical Design (B. S. Dhillon). 31. Reliability in the Mechanical Design Process (B. S. Dhillon). 32. Lubrication of Machine Elements (Bernard J. Hamrock). 33. Seal Technology (Bruce M. Steinetz). 34. Vibration and Shock (Singiresu S. Rao). 35. Noise Measurement and Control (George M. Diehl). 36. Nondestructive Inspection (Robert L. Crane and Jeremy S. Knopp). Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The updated revision of the bestseller-in a more useful format! Mechanical Engineers' Handbook has a long tradition as a single resource of valuable information related to specialty areas in the diverse industries and job functions in which mechanical engineers work. This Third Edition, the most aggressive revision to date, goes beyond the straight data, formulas, and calculations provided in other handbooks and focuses on authoritative discussions, real-world examples, and insightful analyses while covering more topics than in previous editions. Book 1: Materials and Mechanical Design is divided into two parts that go hand-in-hand. The first part covers metals, plastics, composites, ceramics, and smart materials, providing expert advice on common uses of specific materials as well as what criteria qualify them as suitable for particular applications. Coverage in the second part of this book addresses practical techniques to solve real, everyday problems, including: Nondestructive testing Computer-Aided Design (CAD) TRIZ (the Russian acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) The Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data (STEP) Virtual reality.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface. Vision Statement. Contributors. PART 1: MATERIALS. 1. Carbon and Alloy Steels (Bruce L. Bramfitt). 2. Stainless Steels (James Kelly). 3. Aluminum Alloys (J. G. Kaufman). 4. Copper and Copper Alloys (Konrad J. A. Kundig and John G. Cowie). 5. Selection of Titanium Alloys for Design (Matthew J. Donachie). 6. Nickel and Its Alloys (Gaylord D. Smith and Brian A. Baker). 7. Magnesium and Its Alloys (Robert E. Brown). 8. Selection of Superalloys for Design (Matthew J. Donachie and Stephen J. Donachie). 9. Plastics: Information and Properties of Polymeric Materials (Edward N. Peters). 10. Composite Materials (Carl Zweben). 11. Smart Materials (James A. Harvey). 12. Overview of Ceramic Materials, Design, and Application (R. Nathan Katz). 13. Sources of Materials Data (J. G. Kaufman). 14. Quantitative Methods of Materials Selection (Mahmoud M. Farag). PART 2: MECHANICAL DESIGN. 15. Stress Analysis (Franklin E. Fisher). 16. An Introduction to the Finite-Element Method (Tarek I. Zohdi). 17. Design for Six Sigma: A Mandate for Competitiveness (James E. McMunigal and H. Barry Bebb). 18. TRIZ (James E. McMunigal, Steven Ungvari, Michael Slocum, and Ruth E. McMunigal). 19. Computer-Aided Design (Emory W. Zimmers, Jr., and Technical Staff of Enterprise Systems Center). 20. Data Exchange Using STEP (Martin Hardwick). 21. Engineering Applications of Virtual Reality (Xiaobo Peng and Ming C. Leu). 22. Physical Ergonimics (Maury A. Nussbaum and Jaap H. van Dieen). 23. Electronic Materials and Packaging (Warren C. Fackler). 24. Design Optimization: An Overview (A. Ravi Ravindran and G. V. Reklaitis). 25. Design for Manufacturing and Assembly with Plastics (James A. Harvey). 26. Failure Modes: Performance and Service Requirements for Metals (J. A. Collins and S. R. Daniewicz). 27. Failure Analysis of Plastics (Vishu H. Shah). 28. Failure Modes: Performance and Service Requirements for Ceramics (Dietrich Munz). 29. Mechanical Reliability and Life Prediction for Brittle Materials (G. S. White, E. R. Fuller, Jr., and S. W. Freiman). 30. Total Quality Management in Mechanical Design (B. S. Dhillon). 31. Reliability in the Mechanical Design Process (B. S. Dhillon). 32. Lubrication of Machine Elements (Bernard J. Hamrock). 33. Seal Technology (Bruce M. Steinetz). 34. Vibration and Shock (Singiresu S. Rao). 35. Noise Measurement and Control (George M. Diehl). 36. Nondestructive Inspection (Robert L. Crane and Jeremy S. Knopp). Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The updated revision of the bestseller-in a more useful format! Mechanical Engineers' Handbook has a long tradition as a single resource of valuable information related to specialty areas in the diverse industries and job functions in which mechanical engineers work. This Third Edition, the most aggressive revision to date, goes beyond the straight data, formulas, and calculations provided in other handbooks and focuses on authoritative discussions, real-world examples, and insightful analyses while covering more topics than in previous editions. Book 1: Materials and Mechanical Design is divided into two parts that go hand-in-hand. The first part covers metals, plastics, composites, ceramics, and smart materials, providing expert advice on common uses of specific materials as well as what criteria qualify them as suitable for particular applications. Coverage in the second part of this book addresses practical techniques to solve real, everyday problems, including: Nondestructive testing Computer-Aided Design (CAD) TRIZ (the Russian acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) The Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data (STEP) Virtual reality.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
1 online resource (xv, 907 p.) : ill.
  • Part 1: Instrumentation
  • Instrument Statics / Jerry Lee Hall, Sriram Sundararajan and Mahmood Naim
  • Input and Output Characteristics / Adam C. Bell
  • Bridge Transducers / Patrick L. Walter
  • Measurements / E. L. Hixson and E. A. Ripperger
  • Temperature and Flow Transducers / Robert J. Moffat
  • Signal Processing / John Turnbull
  • Data Acquisition and Display Systems / Philip C. Milliman
  • Digital Integrated Circuits: A Practical Application / Todd Rhoad and Keith Folken
  • Part 2: Systems, Controls, and MEMS
  • Systems Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Information Processing for Analysis and Design / Andrew P. Sage
  • Mathematical Models of Dynamic Physical Systems / K. Preston White
  • Basic Control Systems Design / William J. Palm
  • Closed-Loop Control System Analysis / Suhada Jayasuriya
  • Control System Performance Modification / Suhada Jayasuriya
  • Servoactuators for Closed-Loop Control / Karl N. Reid and Syed Hamid
  • Controller Design / Thomas Peter Neal
  • General-Purpose Control Devices / James H. Christensen, Robert J. Kretschmann, Sujeet Chand and Kazuhiko Yokoyama
  • State-Space Methods for Dynamic Systems Analysis / Krishnaswamy Srinivasan
  • Control System Design Using State-Space Methods / Krishnaswamy Srinivasan
  • Neural Networks in Feedback Control Systems / F. L. Lewis and Shuzhi Sam Ge
  • Mechatronics / Shane Farritor
  • Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS): Design and Application / M. E. Zaghloul.
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Part 1: Instrumentation
  • Instrument Statics / Jerry Lee Hall, Sriram Sundararajan and Mahmood Naim
  • Input and Output Characteristics / Adam C. Bell
  • Bridge Transducers / Patrick L. Walter
  • Measurements / E. L. Hixson and E. A. Ripperger
  • Temperature and Flow Transducers / Robert J. Moffat
  • Signal Processing / John Turnbull
  • Data Acquisition and Display Systems / Philip C. Milliman
  • Digital Integrated Circuits: A Practical Application / Todd Rhoad and Keith Folken
  • Part 2: Systems, Controls, and MEMS
  • Systems Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Information Processing for Analysis and Design / Andrew P. Sage
  • Mathematical Models of Dynamic Physical Systems / K. Preston White
  • Basic Control Systems Design / William J. Palm
  • Closed-Loop Control System Analysis / Suhada Jayasuriya
  • Control System Performance Modification / Suhada Jayasuriya
  • Servoactuators for Closed-Loop Control / Karl N. Reid and Syed Hamid
  • Controller Design / Thomas Peter Neal
  • General-Purpose Control Devices / James H. Christensen, Robert J. Kretschmann, Sujeet Chand and Kazuhiko Yokoyama
  • State-Space Methods for Dynamic Systems Analysis / Krishnaswamy Srinivasan
  • Control System Design Using State-Space Methods / Krishnaswamy Srinivasan
  • Neural Networks in Feedback Control Systems / F. L. Lewis and Shuzhi Sam Ge
  • Mechatronics / Shane Farritor
  • Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS): Design and Application / M. E. Zaghloul.
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
1 online resource (xv, 824 p.) : ill.
  • Part 1: Manufacturing
  • Product Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&A) / Gordon Lewis
  • Achieving Enterprise Goals with New Process Technology / Steve W. Tuszynski
  • Classification Systems / Dell K. Allen
  • Production Planning / Bhaba R. Sarker, Dennis B. Webster and Thomas G. Ray
  • Production Processes and Equipment / Magd E. Zohdi, William E. Biles and Dennis B. Webster
  • Metal Forming, Shaping, and Casting / Magd E. Zohdi and William E. Biles
  • Mechanical Fasteners / Murray J. Roblin and Anthony Luscher
  • Statistical Quality Control / Magd E. Zohdi
  • Computer-Integrated Manufacturing / William E. Biles and Magd E. Zohdi
  • Material Handling / William E. Biles, John S. Usher and Magd E. Zohdi
  • Coatings and Surface Engineering: Physical Vapor Deposition / Allan Matthews and Suzanne L. Rohde
  • Product Design and Manufacturing Processes for Sustainability / I. S. Jawahir, P. C. Wanigarathne and X. Wang
  • Part 2: Management, Finance, Quality, Law, and Research
  • Managing Projects in Engineering Organizations Using Interorganizational Teams / Karen L. Higgins and Joseph A. Maciariello
  • Managing People / Hans J. Thamhain
  • Finance and the Engineering Function / William Brett
  • Detailed Cost Estimating / Rodney D. Stewart
  • Investment Analysis / Byron W. Jones
  • Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, and Continuous Improvement / Jack B. Revelle and Robert Alan Kemerling
  • Registrations, Certifications, and Awards / Jack B. Revelle and Cynthia M. Sabelhaus
  • Safety Engineering / Jack B. Revelle
  • What the Law Requires of the Engineer / Alvin S. Weinstein and Martin S. Chizek
  • Patents / David A. Burge and Benjamin D. Burge
  • Electronic Information Resources: Your Online Survival Guide / Robert N. Schwarzwalder
  • Sources of Mechanical Engineering Information / Fritz Dusold and Myer Kutz.
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Part 1: Manufacturing
  • Product Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&A) / Gordon Lewis
  • Achieving Enterprise Goals with New Process Technology / Steve W. Tuszynski
  • Classification Systems / Dell K. Allen
  • Production Planning / Bhaba R. Sarker, Dennis B. Webster and Thomas G. Ray
  • Production Processes and Equipment / Magd E. Zohdi, William E. Biles and Dennis B. Webster
  • Metal Forming, Shaping, and Casting / Magd E. Zohdi and William E. Biles
  • Mechanical Fasteners / Murray J. Roblin and Anthony Luscher
  • Statistical Quality Control / Magd E. Zohdi
  • Computer-Integrated Manufacturing / William E. Biles and Magd E. Zohdi
  • Material Handling / William E. Biles, John S. Usher and Magd E. Zohdi
  • Coatings and Surface Engineering: Physical Vapor Deposition / Allan Matthews and Suzanne L. Rohde
  • Product Design and Manufacturing Processes for Sustainability / I. S. Jawahir, P. C. Wanigarathne and X. Wang
  • Part 2: Management, Finance, Quality, Law, and Research
  • Managing Projects in Engineering Organizations Using Interorganizational Teams / Karen L. Higgins and Joseph A. Maciariello
  • Managing People / Hans J. Thamhain
  • Finance and the Engineering Function / William Brett
  • Detailed Cost Estimating / Rodney D. Stewart
  • Investment Analysis / Byron W. Jones
  • Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, and Continuous Improvement / Jack B. Revelle and Robert Alan Kemerling
  • Registrations, Certifications, and Awards / Jack B. Revelle and Cynthia M. Sabelhaus
  • Safety Engineering / Jack B. Revelle
  • What the Law Requires of the Engineer / Alvin S. Weinstein and Martin S. Chizek
  • Patents / David A. Burge and Benjamin D. Burge
  • Electronic Information Resources: Your Online Survival Guide / Robert N. Schwarzwalder
  • Sources of Mechanical Engineering Information / Fritz Dusold and Myer Kutz.
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
1 online resource (xv, 1,088 p.) : ill.
  • Part 1: Energy
  • Thermophysical Properties of Fluids / Peter E. Liley
  • Fluid Mechanics / Reuben M. Olson
  • Thermodynamics Fundamentals / Adrian Bejan
  • Exergy Analysis, Entropy Generation Minimization, and Constructal Theory / Adrian Bejan
  • Heat-Transfer Fundamentals / G. P. Peterson
  • Furnaces / Carroll Cone
  • Energy Auditing / Carl Blumstein and Peter Kuhn
  • Heat Exchangers, Vaporizers, Condensers / Joseph W. Palen
  • Heat Pipes / Hongbin Ma
  • Air Heating / Richard J. Reed
  • Cooling Electronic Equipment / Allan Kraus, Avram Bar-Cohen and Abhay A. Wative
  • Refrigeration / Dennis L. O'Neal
  • Cryogenic Systems / Leonard A. Wenzel
  • Indoor Environmental Control / Jelena Srebric
  • Thermal Systems Optimization / Reinhard Radermacher
  • Part 2: Power
  • Combustion / Eric G. Eddings
  • Gaseous Fuels / Richard J. Reed
  • Liquid Fossil Fuels from Petroleum / Richard J. Reed
  • Coals, Lignite, Peat / James G. Keppeler
  • Solar Energy Applications / Jan F. Kreider
  • Geothermal Resources and Technology: An Introduction / Peter D. Blair
  • Pumps, Fans, Blowers, and Compressors / Keith Marchildon and David Mody
  • Nuclear Power / William Kerr and William Updegrove
  • Gas Turbines / Harold E. Miller and Todd S. Nemec
  • Wind Turbines / Todd S. Nemec
  • Steam Turbines / William G. Steltz
  • Internal Combustion Engines / Ronald Douglas Matthews
  • Fuel Cells / Matthew M. Mench
  • Fluid Power Systems / Andrew Alleyne
  • Air Pollution Control Technologies / C. A. Miller
  • Water Pollution Control Technology / Carl A. Brunner and J. F. Kreissl.
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Part 1: Energy
  • Thermophysical Properties of Fluids / Peter E. Liley
  • Fluid Mechanics / Reuben M. Olson
  • Thermodynamics Fundamentals / Adrian Bejan
  • Exergy Analysis, Entropy Generation Minimization, and Constructal Theory / Adrian Bejan
  • Heat-Transfer Fundamentals / G. P. Peterson
  • Furnaces / Carroll Cone
  • Energy Auditing / Carl Blumstein and Peter Kuhn
  • Heat Exchangers, Vaporizers, Condensers / Joseph W. Palen
  • Heat Pipes / Hongbin Ma
  • Air Heating / Richard J. Reed
  • Cooling Electronic Equipment / Allan Kraus, Avram Bar-Cohen and Abhay A. Wative
  • Refrigeration / Dennis L. O'Neal
  • Cryogenic Systems / Leonard A. Wenzel
  • Indoor Environmental Control / Jelena Srebric
  • Thermal Systems Optimization / Reinhard Radermacher
  • Part 2: Power
  • Combustion / Eric G. Eddings
  • Gaseous Fuels / Richard J. Reed
  • Liquid Fossil Fuels from Petroleum / Richard J. Reed
  • Coals, Lignite, Peat / James G. Keppeler
  • Solar Energy Applications / Jan F. Kreider
  • Geothermal Resources and Technology: An Introduction / Peter D. Blair
  • Pumps, Fans, Blowers, and Compressors / Keith Marchildon and David Mody
  • Nuclear Power / William Kerr and William Updegrove
  • Gas Turbines / Harold E. Miller and Todd S. Nemec
  • Wind Turbines / Todd S. Nemec
  • Steam Turbines / William G. Steltz
  • Internal Combustion Engines / Ronald Douglas Matthews
  • Fuel Cells / Matthew M. Mench
  • Fluid Power Systems / Andrew Alleyne
  • Air Pollution Control Technologies / C. A. Miller
  • Water Pollution Control Technology / Carl A. Brunner and J. F. Kreissl.
Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition, Four Volume Set provides a single source for all critical information needed by mechanical engineers in the diverse industries and job functions they find themselves. No single engineer can be a specialist in all areas that they are called on to work and the handbook provides a quick guide to specialized areas so that the engineer can know the basics and where to go for further reading.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
xxv, 739 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
  • Engineering mathematics-- Engineering statics-- Engineering dynamics-- Fastenings-- Power transmission-- Engineering materials-- Linear and geometric tolerancing of dimensions-- Computer-aided engineering-- Appendices.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Newnes "Mechanical Engineer's Pocket Book" is a comprehensive collection of data for mechanical engineers and students of mechanical engineering. Bringing together the data and information that is required to-hand when designing, making or repairing mechanical devices and systems, it has been revised to keep pace with changes in technology and standards. The Pocket Book emphasises current engineering practice and is supported by clear accounts of the fundamental principles of mechanical engineering. Key features of this title include the latest BSI engineering data; focus on engineering design issues; enhanced coverage of roller chain drives, pneumatic and hydraulic systems; and, expanded and more accessible detail on statics, dynamics and mathematics. It contains over 300 pages of new material, including the latest standards information from BSI. It offers exhaustive collection of data for mechanical engineers and students of mechanical engineering. It places unique emphasis on engineering design, theory, materials and properties.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Engineering mathematics-- Engineering statics-- Engineering dynamics-- Fastenings-- Power transmission-- Engineering materials-- Linear and geometric tolerancing of dimensions-- Computer-aided engineering-- Appendices.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Newnes "Mechanical Engineer's Pocket Book" is a comprehensive collection of data for mechanical engineers and students of mechanical engineering. Bringing together the data and information that is required to-hand when designing, making or repairing mechanical devices and systems, it has been revised to keep pace with changes in technology and standards. The Pocket Book emphasises current engineering practice and is supported by clear accounts of the fundamental principles of mechanical engineering. Key features of this title include the latest BSI engineering data; focus on engineering design issues; enhanced coverage of roller chain drives, pneumatic and hydraulic systems; and, expanded and more accessible detail on statics, dynamics and mathematics. It contains over 300 pages of new material, including the latest standards information from BSI. It offers exhaustive collection of data for mechanical engineers and students of mechanical engineering. It places unique emphasis on engineering design, theory, materials and properties.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Status of items at SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage) Status
Stacks Request
TJ151 .T54 2006 Available
Book
362 p.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Status of items at SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage) Status
Stacks Request
TJ157 .M392 2005 Available

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