Mechanical Design Handbook, Second Edition 2 9780071466363
Mechanical Design Handbook, Second Edition

Mechanical Design Handbook, Second Edition

2nd Edition
By Harold Rothbart and Thomas Brown
ISBN10: 0071466363
ISBN13: 9780071466363
Copyright: 2006

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ISBN10: 0071466363 | ISBN13: 9780071466363



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Program Details

Part 1: Mechanical Design Fundamentals

Chapter 1: Classical Mechanics

Chapter 2: Mechanics of Materials

Chapter 3: Kinematics of Mechanisms

Chapter 4: Mechanical Vibrations

Chapter 5: Static and Fatigue Design

Chapter 6: Properties of Engineering Materials

Chapter 7: Friction, Lubrication, and Wear

Part 2: Mechanical Systems Analysis

Chapter 8: System Dynamics

Chapter 9: Continuous Time Control Systems

Chapter 10: Digital Control Systems

Chapter 11: Optical Systems

Chapter 12: Machine Systems

Chapter 13: System Reliability

Part 3: Mechanical Subsystem Components

Chapter 14: Cam Mechanisms

Chapter 15: Rolling-Element Bearings

Chapter 16: Power Screws

Chapter 17: Friction Clutches

Chapter 18: Friction Brakes

Chapter 19: Belts

Chapter 20: Chains

Chapter 21: Gearing

Chapter 22: Springs

Appendix A: Analytical Methods for Engineers

Appendix B: Numerical Methods for Engineers


About the Author

Harold Rothbart

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

Thomas Brown

Thomas Hunter Brown, Jr., PhD, PE, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina State Universtiy currently manages both the FE Review Program and the Civil Engineering PE Review Programs at ITRE, among other course development and teaching duties. Dr. Brown also teaches review classes for the Mechanical Engineering PE Review Program offered by the Industrial Extension Service of the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University. His area of specialty is Stress Analysis and Machine Design.