Title:

Electromechanical design handbook

Author:

Walsh, Ronald A.

Personal Author:

Edition:

Third edition.

Publication Information:

New York : McGraw-Hill, [2000]

©2000

Physical Description:

1 volume (various pagings) ; 25 cm.

General Note:

Includes index.

Language:

English

Contents:

Mathematics reference and measurement system conversions -- Practical engineering mechanics -- Mensuration, descriptive geometry, and basic optics -- Engineering materials, properties, and uses -- Strength of materials -- Electrical and electronic engineering practices and design data -- Comprehensive spring design -- Machine element design and mechanisms -- Pneumatics, hydraulics, air handling, and heat -- Fastening and joining techniques and design data -- Sheet-metal design, layout, and fabrication practices -- Castings, moldings, extrusions, and powder-metal technology -- Engineering finishes, plating practices, and specifications -- Manufacturing machinery and dimension and tolerancing practices -- Subjects of importance to the design engineer.

Electronic Access:

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ISBN:

9780071348126

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Electromechanical engineering is the combination of electrical, mechanical and electronics engineering. This sourcebook of engineering design data should be useful for product engineers and designers whose work requires crossing the boundary between mechanical and electrical design.

### Table of Contents

Preface | p. xix |

Acknowledgments | p. xxi |

Introduction | p. xxiii |

Chapter 1. Mathematics Reference and Measurement System Conversions | p. 1 |

1.1. Plane Geometry | p. 5 |

1.2. Transposing Equations | p. 9 |

1.3. Algebraic Factors and Expansions | p. 10 |

1.4. Powers-of-Ten Notation | p. 17 |

1.5. Logarithms | p. 17 |

1.6. Binomial Formula | p. 19 |

1.7. Determinants | p. 19 |

1.8. Trigonometry | p. 21 |

1.9. Analytic Geometry | p. 27 |

1.10. Basic Calculus | p. 33 |

1.11. Percentages, Compound-Interest Calculations, and Engineering Economics | p. 44 |

1.12. The Involute Function | p. 46 |

1.13. U.S. Customary and Metric (SI) Measures and Conversions | p. 49 |

1.14. Temperature Systems | p. 49 |

1.15. Mathematical Signs and Symbols | p. 50 |

1.16. Factors and Prime Numbers | p. 51 |

1.17. Newton's Method for Solving Intractable Equations | p. 51 |

1.18. The Greek Alphabet | p. 68 |

1.19. Decimal Chart | p. 68 |

1.20. Degrees and Radians Chart | p. 68 |

Chapter 2. Practical Engineering Mechanics | p. 1 |

2.1. Definitions and Basic Units of Mechanics | p. 1 |

2.2. Statics | p. 3 |

2.3. Dynamics | p. 13 |

2.4. Newton's Laws of Motion | p. 39 |

2.5. Basic Engineering Mechanics Equations | p. 39 |

Chapter 3. Mensuration, Descriptive Geometry, and Basic Optics | p. 1 |

3.1. Mensuration | p. 1 |

3.2. Basic Descriptive Geometry | p. 14 |

3.3. Basic Optics | p. 19 |

Chapter 4. Engineering Materials, Properties, and Uses | p. 1 |

4.1. Irons and Steels | p. 1 |

4.2. Brinell Hardness Testing | p. 4 |

4.3. AISI-SAE Designation System for Steels | p. 4 |

4.4. Common Aluminum Alloys | p. 5 |

4.5. Copper and Its Alloys | p. 6 |

4.6. Other Common Metals and Alloys | p. 7 |

4.7. Common Plastics | p. 7 |

4.8. Common Plastics--Mechanical Properties | p. 16 |

4.9. Insulating Materials | p. 16 |

4.10. Elastomers | p. 16 |

4.11. Common Woods | p. 18 |

4.12. Thermal Expansion of Materials | p. 18 |

4.13. Special-Purpose Alloys | p. 19 |

4.14. Hardening Processes for Metals | p. 47 |

4.15. Color Scale of Temperature | p. 49 |

4.16. Standard Pipe Dimensions | p. 49 |

4.17. Common and Formal Names of Chemicals | p. 50 |

4.18. Conductive Properties of Various Metals and Alloys | p. 50 |

4.19. Electromotive Series | p. 50 |

4.20. Chemical Symbols for Metals | p. 53 |

4.21. The Elements | p. 53 |

4.22. Laboratory Analysis of Materials | p. 53 |

4.23. Obsolete SAE Steels | p. 56 |

4.24. Identification of Plastics | p. 56 |

4.25. Chemical Resistance of Plastics | p. 56 |

4.26. Hardness Values of Selected Elastomers | p. 56 |

4.27. Weights and Specific Gravities of Various Solids, Liquids, and Gases | p. 56 |

Chapter 5. Strength of Materials | p. 1 |

5.1. Common Terms Used in Strength of Materials | p. 1 |

5.2. Impact Stresses | p. 3 |

5.3. Fatigue | p. 5 |

5.4. Vibratory Stresses in Bars and Beams | p. 5 |

5.5. Beams and Reactions at the Supports | p. 5 |

5.6. Shear Diagrams | p. 7 |

5.7. Moment Diagrams | p. 8 |

5.8. Bending | p. 9 |

5.9. Ultimate Strength of Beams | p. 10 |

5.10. Torison | p. 11 |

5.11. Buckling and Bending Failure of Columns | p. 13 |

5.12. Machine Elements Used as Columns | p. 14 |

5.13. Moments of Inertia | p. 14 |

5.14. Properties of Sections | p. 16 |

5.15. Beam Equations--AISC Standard | p. 28 |

5.16. Combined Stresses | p. 46 |

5.17. Pressure Vessels | p. 46 |

5.18. Eyebolt Safe Loads | p. 46 |

5.19. Hardness Conversion Equivalents | p. 47 |

5.20. Special Joint Applications | p. 47 |

5.21. Converting Beam Equations for Maximum Stress at Any Point | p. 55 |

Chapter 6. Electrical and Electronic Engineering Practices and Design Data | p. 1 |

6.1. Terms, Conversions, Factors, Constants, and Properties | p. 1 |

6.2. Circuit Elements | p. 8 |

6.3. Decibels | p. 19 |

6.4. Wavelength | p. 19 |

6.5. Properties of Electrical Metals | p. 20 |

6.6. Electrical Components | p. 20 |

6.7. Electrical Power System Components | p. 72 |

6.8. Common Electronic and Electrical Terms and Definitions | p. 121 |

6.9. Electronics and Electronic Components | p. 126 |

6.10. Printed-Circuit Boards | p. 172 |

6.11. Electrochemical Battery Systems | p. 183 |

6.12. Electrical Measuring Instruments | p. 206 |

6.13. Electrical and Electronic Test Instruments | p. 210 |

6.14. Electronic Packaging Techniques | p. 215 |

6.15. Basic Electric Circuit Analysis and Procedures--DC and AC | p. 221 |

6.16. Bridge Circuits for Electrical Element Measurements: R, C, and L | p. 249 |

6.17. Electrical and Electronic Symbols | p. 254 |

6.18. International Electrical and Electronic Component Trademarks | p. 254 |

6.19. Fusing Wire Sizes and Materials | p. 261 |

6.20. Short Circuits in Electric Power Distribution Equipment (Switchgear) | p. 261 |

6.21. Electrical and Electronic Reference Data | p. 269 |

6.22. Vector Algebra for AC Electric Circuits | p. 280 |

Chapter 7. Comprehensive Spring Design | p. 1 |

7.1. Introduction to Spring Design | p. 1 |

7.2. Compression and Extension Springs | p. 4 |

7.3. Torsion Springs | p. 11 |

7.4. Spiral Torsion Springs | p. 13 |

7.5. Flat Springs | p. 15 |

7.6. Spring Washers | p. 16 |

7.7. Belleville Washers (Disk Springs) | p. 18 |

7.8. Hair Springs | p. 20 |

7.9. Torsion Bars | p. 21 |

7.10. Allowable Working Stresses in Springs | p. 23 |

7.11. Spring End Types | p. 23 |

7.12. Spring Materials Data | p. 24 |

7.13. Spring Calculations and Sample Designs | p. 28 |

7.14. Spring Rate Curves | p. 31 |

7.15. Spring Drawings or Forms | p. 31 |

7.16. Heat Treatment and Postbaking of Electroplated Springs | p. 36 |

7.17. Dynamics of Helical Compression and Extension Springs | p. 38 |

7.18. Spring Rates for Spring Combinations | p. 40 |

7.19. Final Notes on Spring Design | p. 41 |

7.20. Spring Terminology for Design and Manufacturing | p. 43 |

7.21. Elastomer Springs | p. 46 |

Chapter 8. Machine Element Design and Mechanisms | p. 1 |

8.1. Power Transmission Components and Design Procedures | p. 1 |

8.2. Chains and Sprockets | p. 9 |

8.3 Shafts and Shafting Materials | p. 14 |

8.4. Couplings | p. 26 |

8.5. Clutches | p. 28 |

8.6. Power Screws | p. 42 |

8.7. Ratchets and Ratchet Gearing | p. 47 |

8.8. Gearing and Design Procedures | p. 51 |

8.9. Gear Materials and Hardness Ranges | p. 88 |

8.10. Forces and Wear Loads in Gearing Systems | p. 91 |

8.11. Gear Loads and Design Procedures | p. 110 |

8.12. Epicyclic Gearing | p. 122 |

8.13. Gear-Train Calculations | p. 135 |

8.14. Differential Gearing | p. 138 |

8.15. Sprockets: Geometry and Dimensioning | p. 139 |

8.16. Ratchets | p. 142 |

8.17. Gear Design Programs for PCs and CAD Stations | p. 142 |

8.18. Keyways and Setscrews for Gear Shafts | p. 142 |

8.19. Calculations for Power, Torque, Force, Velocity, and RPM | p. 142 |

8.20. Additional Gear Data and References | p. 142 |

8.21. Gear Wear and Failure | p. 143 |

8.22. Gear Manufacturing Processes | p. 145 |

8.23. Gear Lubrication | p. 146 |

8.24. Gear Summary Sheets | p. 146 |

8.25. Cams: Development, Layout, and Design | p. 146 |

8.26. Antifriction Bearings | p. 161 |

8.27. Rolling-Element Antifriction Bearings | p. 168 |

8.28. Selection of Bearings: Sources and Procedures | p. 173 |

8.29. Mechanisms and Linkages: Design, Operating Principles, and Analysis | p. 176 |

8.30. Mechanism and Linkage Applications | p. 222 |

8.31. Columns Used as Machine Elements | p. 226 |

8.32. Stresses Due to Interference or Force Fits in Mechanisms | p. 227 |

8.33. Limits and Fits: U.S. Customary and SI (Metric) Standards | p. 233 |

Chapter 9. Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Air Handling, and Heat | p. 1 |

9.1. Pneumatics | p. 1 |

9.2. Basic Hydraulics | p. 5 |

9.3. Air-Handling Data | p. 10 |

9.4. Transmission of Heat | p. 13 |

9.5. Specific Heat (Thermal Capacity) | p. 14 |

9.6. Temperatures of Mixtures and Heat Requirements | p. 15 |

9.7. Heat Losses | p. 17 |

9.8. Viscosity Equivalents: Universal Viscosity Measuring Systems | p. 22 |

9.9. Hydraulic and Pneumatic Component Systems | p. 24 |

Chapter 10. Fastening and Joining Techniques and Design Data | p. 1 |

10.1. Threaded Fasteners: Bolts, Screws, and Nuts | p. 1 |

10.2. Thread Systems: American Standard and Metric (60[degree] V) | p. 17 |

10.3. Rivets | p. 49 |

10.4. Pins | p. 53 |

10.5. Retaining Rings | p. 57 |

10.6. Set, Clamp, and Split Collars | p. 60 |

10.7. Machinery Bushings, Shims, and Arbor Spacers | p. 65 |

10.8. Specialty Fasteners | p. 66 |

10.9. Welding, Brazing, and Soldering | p. 73 |

10.10. Adhesive Bonding | p. 93 |

Chapter 11. Sheet-Metal Design, Layout, and Fabrication Practices | p. 1 |

11.1. Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Sheets | p. 1 |

11.2. Nonferrous Sheet Metal | p. 3 |

11.3. Machinery for Sheet-Metal Fabrication | p. 4 |

11.4. Gauging Systems | p. 7 |

11.5. Sheet-Metal Fabrication Methods | p. 8 |

11.6. Sheet-Metal Flat Patterns | p. 12 |

11.7. Sheet-Metal Developments and Transitions | p. 19 |

11.8. Developing Flat Patterns | p. 21 |

11.9. Stiffening Sheet-Metal Parts | p. 21 |

11.10. Sheet-Metal Faying Surfaces | p. 22 |

11.11. Design Points for Sheet-Metal Parts | p. 23 |

11.12. Typical Transitions and Developments | p. 25 |

11.13. Sheet-Metal Fabrication Practices | p. 32 |

11.14. Light-Gauge Sheet-Metal Structural Forms: Dimensions and Strengths | p. 36 |

11.15. The Effects of Cold Working Steel | p. 37 |

11.16. Advanced Sheet-Metal Cutting Methods and Special Die Forming | p. 57 |

11.17. Sheet-Metal Angled Corner-Flange Notching: Flat-Pattern Development | p. 62 |

Chapter 12. Castings, Moldings, Extrusions, and Powder-Metal Technology | p. 1 |

12.1. Castings | p. 1 |

12.2. Ferrous Metal Alloys Used in Casting | p. 9 |

12.3. Representative Casting Metals and Alloys | p. 10 |

12.4. ASTM-Listed Cast Irons and Steels | p. 10 |

12.5. Plastic Moldings | p. 12 |

12.6. Extrusions | p. 19 |

12.7. Powder-Metal Technology | p. 23 |

12.8. Table for Squares, Hexagons, and Octagons | p. 25 |

12.9. Design Guides for Cast and Molded Metal Plastics and Parts | p. 25 |

Chapter 13. Engineering Finishes, Plating Practices, and Specifications | p. 1 |

13.1. Finishes | p. 1 |

13.2. Corrosion of Metals: Principles | p. 3 |

13.3. Electroplating Data and Specifications | p. 5 |

13.4. Coloring Processes for Metals and Alloys | p. 12 |

13.5. Coloring Metals (Ferrous and Nonferrous) | p. 12 |

13.6. Etching Metals | p. 14 |

13.7. Anodizing | p. 15 |

13.8. Paint Finishing | p. 18 |

Chapter 14. Manufacturing Machinery and Dimension and Tolerancing Practices | p. 1 |

14.1. Manufacturing Machinery and Machine Tools | p. 1 |

14.2. Basic Dimensioning and Tolerancing Procedures | p. 14 |

Chapter 15. Subjects of Importance to the Design Engineer | p. 1 |

15.1. Societies, Associations, Institutes, and Specification Authorities | p. 1 |

15.2. ANSI Standards Applicable to Product Design Engineering and Manufacturing Processes and Inspection | p. 3 |

15.3. Approval Associations and Their Trademarks | p. 10 |

15.4. Frequently Used Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronic Standards | p. 10 |

15.5. United States Patents | p. 13 |

15.6. Product Liability | p. 16 |

15.7. Prototypes of Products | p. 20 |

15.8. Computers in Design | p. 21 |

15.9. Electromechanical System Design | p. 22 |

15.10. Quality-Control Systems | p. 29 |

15.11. Test Laboratories | p. 30 |

15.12. Engineering Drawing Sizes and Formats | p. 34 |

Index | p. 1 |