Machine Elements in Mechanical Design

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Machine design - 794 pages
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For courses in Machine Design, Design of Machine Elements, Mechanical Design, and Product Design. Using an exceptionally readable, applied approach to the principles and practice of mechanical design, this text presents the concepts, procedures, data, and decision-analysis techniques students need to design safe, efficient, and workable machine elements and to effectively integrate them into total systems. Hands-on in nature, it features an abundance of thoroughly worked and explained examples and topic-specific and comprehensive integrative reality-based problems and projects. The use of spreadsheets and the latest computational tools and extensive appendices provide realistic up-to-date data and techniques for use in problem solutions and design projects.

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The Nature of Mechanical Design
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Prof. Robert L. Mott, "P.E.
Professor Emeritus
The University of Dayton" Teaching Interests:
Design of Machine Elements
Fluid Mechanics
Mechanical Engineering Design
Strength of Materials
Stress Analysis
Systems Design Education: B.S. Mechanical Engineering, General Motors Institute, 1963
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, 1965 Industrial Experience:

  • General Motors Corporation, Frigidaire Division, Research Engineer
  • University of Dayton Research Institute, Engineer, Structural Mechanics Section
  • Consulting in mechanical design and accident analysis
Professional Interests:
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
    • Past Chair, Manufacturing Education & Research Community
  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
  • American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
    • Engineering Technology Council
    • Engineering Technology Division
  • Registered Professional Engineer
  • National Center for Manufacturing Education, Dayton, Ohio
Recent Books Published: APPLIED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, 5th ED, Prentice Hall, Publishing Co., 2008 APPLIED FLUID MECHANICS, 6th ED, Prentice Hall Publishing Co., 2006 MACHINE ELEMENTS IN MECHANICAL DESIGN, 4th ED, Prentice Hall Publishing Co., 2004 Honors & Awards:
  • ASEE Fellow Member, 2007
  • James H. McGraw Award for Outstanding Service in Engineering Technology Education, ASEE, 2004
  • Archie Higdon Distinguished Mechanics Educator Awards, ASEE, 2001
  • Frederick J. Berger Award for Excellence in Engineering Technology Education, ASEE, 1994
  • Outstanding Engineer and Scientist Award, Dayton, Ohio,1992
  • Faculty Award in Teaching, University of Dayton, 1981
  • Epsilon Delta Tau Outstanding Achievement Award, 1972
  • Recipient of SAE Teetor Educational Award 1968
  • Pi Tau Sigma National Mechanical Engineering Honorary
  • Honorary Member Tau Alpha Pi Honor Society

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