Kinematics and Kinetics of Machinery: A Text-book for Colleges and Technical Schools

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John Wiley & sons, Incorporated, 1921 - Machinery, Kinematics of - 383 pages
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Page 385 - For convenience a list of the Wiley Special Subject Catalogues, envelope size, has been printed. These are arranged in groups — each catalogue having a key symbol. (See special Subject List Below). To obtain any of these catalogues, send a postal using the key symbols of the Catalogues desired.
Page 385 - Masonry, 3 — Business Administration and Management. Law. Industrial Processes: Canning and Preserving; Oil and Gas Production; Paint; Printing; Sugar Manufacture; Textile. CHEMISTRY ' . ' 4a General; Analytical, Qualitative and Quantitative; Inorganic; Organic.
Page 386 - Highways; Municipal Engineering; Sanitary Engineering; Water Supply. Forestry. Horticulture, Botany and Landscape Gardening. 6 — Design. Decoration. Drawing: General; Descriptive Geometry; Kinematics; Mechanical. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING— PHYSICS 7 — General and Unclassified; Batteries; Central Station Practice; Distribution and Transmission; Dynamo-Electro Machinery; Electro-Chemistry and Metallurgy; Measuring Instruments and Miscellaneous Apparatus. 8 — Astronomy. Meteorology. Explosives....
Page 263 - Cycloid. The cycloid is a curve generated by a point on the circumference of a circle which rolls on a straight line tangent to the circle.
Page 386 - Batteries; Central Station Practice; Distribution and Transmission; Dynamo-Electro Machinery; Electro-Chemistry and Metallurgy; Measuring Instruments and Miscellaneous Apparatus. 8 — Astronomy. Meteorology. Explosives. Marine and Naval Engineering. Military. Miscellaneous Books. MATHEMATICS 9 — General; Algebra; Analytic and Plane Geometry; Calculus; Trigonometry; Vector Analysis. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING lOa General and Unclassified; Foundry Practice; Shop Practice. lOb Gas Power and Internal...
Page 385 - Unclassified and Structural Engineering. 5b Materials and Mechanics of Construction, including; Cement and Concrete; Excavation and Earthwork; Foundations; Masonry. 5c Railroads; Surveying.
Page 385 - Production; Paint; Printing; Sugar Manufacture; Textile. CHEMISTRY 4a General; Analytical, Qualitative and Quantitative; Inorganic; Organic. 4b Electro- and Physical; Food and Water; Industrial; Medical and Pharmaceutical; Sugar.
Page 259 - The circular pitch is the distance measured along the pitch circle from a point on one tooth to the corresponding point on the next tooth, or the circumference of the pitch circle divided by the number of teeth.
Page 251 - ... right cones, are shown in Fig. 94. Each cylinder has one base in common with that of one of the cones, hence the axis of this cylinder and cone must coincide. The bases of the two cones (and of the corresponding cylinders) need not be equal, but the Fig. 93 Fig. 94 Fig. 95 slant height of both cones is the same. The bases of the two cones have a common tangent, in their plane (perpendicular to the paper), passing through M. Now imagine the two axes, AA and BB, to rotate in their common plane,...
Page 260 - Backlash. When the width of a tooth, measured on the pitch circle, is less than the width of the space of the gear with which it is in mesh, the difference between the width of space and width of tooth is called the backlash.

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