A Manual of Machinery and Millwork

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C. Griffin, limited, 1893 - Machinery - 601 pages
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Contents

Screwlike Motion
36
Radius of Curvature
41
Unrestricted Motion of a Rigid Body
51
Curvature of Involutes of Circles
56
Definitions General Prin
77
Wheels with Parallel Axes
83
NonCircular Wheels in General
95
Frictional Gearing
103
General Principle of Sliding
114
Teeth of SpurWheels
120
Teeth for a given Path
128
Approximate Drawing of Epi
134
Teeth of XonCirciibir Wheels
141
Transverse Obliquity of Skew Bevel Teeth
147
SkewBevel Wheels in Double
148
Pairs
152
Teeth with Sloping Backs
153
Stepped Teeth 151 Helical Teeth
156
Screw and Nut 153 Screw WheelWork in Genera
157
Close Fitting Tangent Screws 158 Oldhams Coupling
158
Pin and Straight Slot
159
Cams and Wipers in General
160
Cam with Groove and Pin
161
Drawinga Cam by Circular Arcs
163
Wipers and PalletsEscape ments
164
163
165
166
167
170
170
Section V
179
Bands and Pulleys Classed 166 Principles of Connection by Bands
180
Pulleys with Equal Angular Velocities 168 Bands and Pulleys for a Con stant VelocityRatio
182
Length of an Endless Band
183
Pulleys with Flat Belt
184
Speed Cones
186
Pulleys for Ropes and Cords 173 Guide Pulleys
188
Straining Pulleys 175 Eccentric and Non Circular Pulleys
189
in 187 188 188 188 Art Pairs 188 Extreme VelocityRatios
199
Doubling of Oscillations by Linkwork
201
Slow Motion by Linkwork
202
Hookes Coupling or Universal Joint
203
Double Hookes Joint
206
and Ratchet
207
Silent Click 196 Doubleacting Click
209
Frictional Catch
211
Slotted Link
213
Connection by Plica of Cord or by Reduplication 200 General Explanations
214
VelocitvRatios
215
Ordinafv form of PulleyBlocks
216
WhitesPulleys
217
Refcrcncesto Combinatioiu Arranged in Classes 215 Object of this Section 216 DirectionalRelation Constant 229 229 176 Chain Pulleys and Gearing ...
229
Link for Contrary Rotations 196
230
DirectionalRelation Variable 219 Intermittent Connection 230 231 2S1 Section XI Comparative Motion in the Mecliamcal Powers 220 Classification ...
231
Art Page
232
Methods of Treating Problems
238
Production oj Varying
246
Production of Curved
261
Trammel
267
Changing Speed by Friction
270
Spherical Epitrochoidal Paths
273
Watts Parallel MotionGeneral
281
Intermittent GearingCounter
287
Adjustments Defined and Classed
293
Changing Speed by Toothed
311
Forces how Determined
317
Specific Gravity Heaviness
325
Supplement to Cliaplcr I
331
Action of a Machine 318
338
Representation of Work by
345
310a Friction of a Band
351
0 Dmating
363
Art Page
368
33 Reciprocating Force
375
OfDynamometers
382
Elasticity of Spiral Springs
389
Integrating Dynamometers 894
395
557
402
Of the Efficiency
422
Efficiency of an Axle
431
Of Iron and Steel
450
Sled and Steely Iron
458
Of some Stmiy Materials
464
Table of the Resistance
477
Art Page
485
PRINCIPLES AND RULES
487
Of Resistance to Direct
493
Art Page
498
Shafts not Circular in Section
504
Of Resistance to Thrutt
522
Alternate Strains
529
Chains
535
Special Rules relating
553
General Explanations
559
Scraping Plane Surfaces 671
567
APPENDIX
576
Strength of Crank Shafts 681
582
Coefficient of Contraction in Jet of Water 686
594
Rolling of a Plane on a Cylinder
75

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