Description Fundamentals of Machine Elements, Third Edition offers an in-depth understanding of both the theory and application of machine elements. Design synthesis is carefully balanced with design analysis, an approach developed through the use of case studies, worked examples, and chapter problems that address all levels of learning taxonomies. Machine design is also linked to manufacturing processes, an element missing in many textbooks.
The third edition signifies a major revision from the second edition. The contents have been greatly expanded and organized to benefit students of all levels in design synthesis and analysis approaches.
Fundamentals of Machine Elements, Third Edition can be used as a reference by practicing engineers or as a textbook for a third- or fourth-year engineering course/module. It is intended for students who have studied basic engineering sciences, including physics, engineering mechanics, and materials and manufacturing processes.
New To This Edition
Balances synthesis and analysis with strong coverage of modern design theory
Links coverage of mechanics and materials directly to earlier courses, with expansion to advanced topics in a straightforward manner
Aids students of all levels, and includes tie-in to engineering practice through the use of case studies that highlight practical uses of machine elements
Contains questions, qualitative problems, quantitative problems, and synthesis, design, and projects to address all levels of learning taxonomies
Includes a solutions manual, book website, and classroom presentations in full color, as well as an innovative "tear sheet" manual that allows instructors to present example problems in lectures in a time-saving manner
Expands contents considerably, Topics: the importance of the heat affected zone in welding; design synthesis of spur, bevel, and worm gears; selection of multiple types of rolling element bearings (including deep groove, angular contact, toroidal, needle, and cylindrical and tapered roller) using a standard unified approach; consideration of advanced welding approaches such as brazing, friction welding and spot welding; expansion of fatigue coverage including the use of the staircase method to obtain endurance limit; and design of couplings, snap rings, wave and gas springs, and hydrostatic bearings
Provides case studies that demonstrate the real-world application of machine elements. For example, the use of rolling element bearings in windmills, powder metal gears, welds in blisks, and roller coaster brake designs are all new case studies in this edition that represent modern applications of these machine elements.
Table of Contents Part I — Fundamentals 1. Introduction 2. Load, Stress, and Strain 3. Introduction to Materials and Manufacturing 4. Stresses and Strains 5. Deformation 6. Failure Prediction for Static Loading 7. Fatigue and Impact 8. Lubrication, Friction, and Wear Part II — Machine Elements 9. Columns 10. Stresses and Deformations in Cylinders 11. Shafting and Associated Parts 12. Hydrodynamic and Hydrostatic Bearings 13. Rolling-Element Bearings 14. General Gear Theory; Spur Gears 15. Helical, Bevel, and Worm Gears 16. Fasteners, Connections, and Power Screws 17.Springs 18. Brakes and Clutches 19. Flexible Machine Elements Appendices Index