Machine elements in mechanical design
Charles E. Merrill Publishing International, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 851 pages
Using the most up-to-date information, this book provides a practical approach to designing machine elements in the context of complete mechanical design.Covering some of the primary machine elements such as belt drives, chain drives, gears, shafts, keys, couplings, seals, and rolling contact bearings. It also covers plain surface bearings, linear motion elements, fasteners, springs, machine frames, bolted connections, welded joints, electric motors, controls, clutches, and brakes.This book is for any individual design professional for which a practical approach to mechanical design, based on sound engineering principles, is desired.
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