Design of Machine and Structural Parts
A fully developed and very practical presentation of the subject of form design of machine components is provided in this book, including how to recognize what form or shapes cause what stress patterns and how to apply the information to an overall design. Techniques are presented that guide the design engineer to the correct kind of element to use without the need of calculations; how to choose shapes that produce efficient stress patterns. Also included is a brief review of strength/design procedures; the nature of efficient and inefficient stress patterns are covered, general principles of component design, optimizing strength-to-weight ratios, considerations for buckling and impact and the design of joints.
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INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN
DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY
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acting applied axial axis beam bearing bending bending stress body bolt bottom buckling calculated cantilever carried column compression compressive stress consider constant contact stress critical cross section cross-sectional area deflection determine diameter direction distribution eccentric effect efficient elastic element energy Engineering equal equations example flux force flow free-body diagram gear geometry given gives hole impact improved inch increase inefficient stress patterns inertia internal joint length lines load machine material maximum mean membrane meter methods modulus moment notch occur permission plate portion pressure prevent principle produce ratio reduce relative rigidity rivet round bar shaft shape shear stress shown in Figure shows solid spring static steel stiffness Strain strength stress concentration stress distribution stress patterns structural subjected supported surface tensile tension threads tooth torque torsion transverse shear tube uniform weight