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Title:
Electromechanical design handbook
Author:
Walsh, Ronald A.
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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.
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

Prefacep. xix
Acknowledgmentsp. xxi
Introductionp. xxiii
Chapter 1. Mathematics Reference and Measurement System Conversionsp. 1
1.1. Plane Geometryp. 5
1.2. Transposing Equationsp. 9
1.3. Algebraic Factors and Expansionsp. 10
1.4. Powers-of-Ten Notationp. 17
1.5. Logarithmsp. 17
1.6. Binomial Formulap. 19
1.7. Determinantsp. 19
1.8. Trigonometryp. 21
1.9. Analytic Geometryp. 27
1.10. Basic Calculusp. 33
1.11. Percentages, Compound-Interest Calculations, and Engineering Economicsp. 44
1.12. The Involute Functionp. 46
1.13. U.S. Customary and Metric (SI) Measures and Conversionsp. 49
1.14. Temperature Systemsp. 49
1.15. Mathematical Signs and Symbolsp. 50
1.16. Factors and Prime Numbersp. 51
1.17. Newton's Method for Solving Intractable Equationsp. 51
1.18. The Greek Alphabetp. 68
1.19. Decimal Chartp. 68
1.20. Degrees and Radians Chartp. 68
Chapter 2. Practical Engineering Mechanicsp. 1
2.1. Definitions and Basic Units of Mechanicsp. 1
2.2. Staticsp. 3
2.3. Dynamicsp. 13
2.4. Newton's Laws of Motionp. 39
2.5. Basic Engineering Mechanics Equationsp. 39
Chapter 3. Mensuration, Descriptive Geometry, and Basic Opticsp. 1
3.1. Mensurationp. 1
3.2. Basic Descriptive Geometryp. 14
3.3. Basic Opticsp. 19
Chapter 4. Engineering Materials, Properties, and Usesp. 1
4.1. Irons and Steelsp. 1
4.2. Brinell Hardness Testingp. 4
4.3. AISI-SAE Designation System for Steelsp. 4
4.4. Common Aluminum Alloysp. 5
4.5. Copper and Its Alloysp. 6
4.6. Other Common Metals and Alloysp. 7
4.7. Common Plasticsp. 7
4.8. Common Plastics--Mechanical Propertiesp. 16
4.9. Insulating Materialsp. 16
4.10. Elastomersp. 16
4.11. Common Woodsp. 18
4.12. Thermal Expansion of Materialsp. 18
4.13. Special-Purpose Alloysp. 19
4.14. Hardening Processes for Metalsp. 47
4.15. Color Scale of Temperaturep. 49
4.16. Standard Pipe Dimensionsp. 49
4.17. Common and Formal Names of Chemicalsp. 50
4.18. Conductive Properties of Various Metals and Alloysp. 50
4.19. Electromotive Seriesp. 50
4.20. Chemical Symbols for Metalsp. 53
4.21. The Elementsp. 53
4.22. Laboratory Analysis of Materialsp. 53
4.23. Obsolete SAE Steelsp. 56
4.24. Identification of Plasticsp. 56
4.25. Chemical Resistance of Plasticsp. 56
4.26. Hardness Values of Selected Elastomersp. 56
4.27. Weights and Specific Gravities of Various Solids, Liquids, and Gasesp. 56
Chapter 5. Strength of Materialsp. 1
5.1. Common Terms Used in Strength of Materialsp. 1
5.2. Impact Stressesp. 3
5.3. Fatiguep. 5
5.4. Vibratory Stresses in Bars and Beamsp. 5
5.5. Beams and Reactions at the Supportsp. 5
5.6. Shear Diagramsp. 7
5.7. Moment Diagramsp. 8
5.8. Bendingp. 9
5.9. Ultimate Strength of Beamsp. 10
5.10. Torisonp. 11
5.11. Buckling and Bending Failure of Columnsp. 13
5.12. Machine Elements Used as Columnsp. 14
5.13. Moments of Inertiap. 14
5.14. Properties of Sectionsp. 16
5.15. Beam Equations--AISC Standardp. 28
5.16. Combined Stressesp. 46
5.17. Pressure Vesselsp. 46
5.18. Eyebolt Safe Loadsp. 46
5.19. Hardness Conversion Equivalentsp. 47
5.20. Special Joint Applicationsp. 47
5.21. Converting Beam Equations for Maximum Stress at Any Pointp. 55
Chapter 6. Electrical and Electronic Engineering Practices and Design Datap. 1
6.1. Terms, Conversions, Factors, Constants, and Propertiesp. 1
6.2. Circuit Elementsp. 8
6.3. Decibelsp. 19
6.4. Wavelengthp. 19
6.5. Properties of Electrical Metalsp. 20
6.6. Electrical Componentsp. 20
6.7. Electrical Power System Componentsp. 72
6.8. Common Electronic and Electrical Terms and Definitionsp. 121
6.9. Electronics and Electronic Componentsp. 126
6.10. Printed-Circuit Boardsp. 172
6.11. Electrochemical Battery Systemsp. 183
6.12. Electrical Measuring Instrumentsp. 206
6.13. Electrical and Electronic Test Instrumentsp. 210
6.14. Electronic Packaging Techniquesp. 215
6.15. Basic Electric Circuit Analysis and Procedures--DC and ACp. 221
6.16. Bridge Circuits for Electrical Element Measurements: R, C, and Lp. 249
6.17. Electrical and Electronic Symbolsp. 254
6.18. International Electrical and Electronic Component Trademarksp. 254
6.19. Fusing Wire Sizes and Materialsp. 261
6.20. Short Circuits in Electric Power Distribution Equipment (Switchgear)p. 261
6.21. Electrical and Electronic Reference Datap. 269
6.22. Vector Algebra for AC Electric Circuitsp. 280
Chapter 7. Comprehensive Spring Designp. 1
7.1. Introduction to Spring Designp. 1
7.2. Compression and Extension Springsp. 4
7.3. Torsion Springsp. 11
7.4. Spiral Torsion Springsp. 13
7.5. Flat Springsp. 15
7.6. Spring Washersp. 16
7.7. Belleville Washers (Disk Springs)p. 18
7.8. Hair Springsp. 20
7.9. Torsion Barsp. 21
7.10. Allowable Working Stresses in Springsp. 23
7.11. Spring End Typesp. 23
7.12. Spring Materials Datap. 24
7.13. Spring Calculations and Sample Designsp. 28
7.14. Spring Rate Curvesp. 31
7.15. Spring Drawings or Formsp. 31
7.16. Heat Treatment and Postbaking of Electroplated Springsp. 36
7.17. Dynamics of Helical Compression and Extension Springsp. 38
7.18. Spring Rates for Spring Combinationsp. 40
7.19. Final Notes on Spring Designp. 41
7.20. Spring Terminology for Design and Manufacturingp. 43
7.21. Elastomer Springsp. 46
Chapter 8. Machine Element Design and Mechanismsp. 1
8.1. Power Transmission Components and Design Proceduresp. 1
8.2. Chains and Sprocketsp. 9
8.3 Shafts and Shafting Materialsp. 14
8.4. Couplingsp. 26
8.5. Clutchesp. 28
8.6. Power Screwsp. 42
8.7. Ratchets and Ratchet Gearingp. 47
8.8. Gearing and Design Proceduresp. 51
8.9. Gear Materials and Hardness Rangesp. 88
8.10. Forces and Wear Loads in Gearing Systemsp. 91
8.11. Gear Loads and Design Proceduresp. 110
8.12. Epicyclic Gearingp. 122
8.13. Gear-Train Calculationsp. 135
8.14. Differential Gearingp. 138
8.15. Sprockets: Geometry and Dimensioningp. 139
8.16. Ratchetsp. 142
8.17. Gear Design Programs for PCs and CAD Stationsp. 142
8.18. Keyways and Setscrews for Gear Shaftsp. 142
8.19. Calculations for Power, Torque, Force, Velocity, and RPMp. 142
8.20. Additional Gear Data and Referencesp. 142
8.21. Gear Wear and Failurep. 143
8.22. Gear Manufacturing Processesp. 145
8.23. Gear Lubricationp. 146
8.24. Gear Summary Sheetsp. 146
8.25. Cams: Development, Layout, and Designp. 146
8.26. Antifriction Bearingsp. 161
8.27. Rolling-Element Antifriction Bearingsp. 168
8.28. Selection of Bearings: Sources and Proceduresp. 173
8.29. Mechanisms and Linkages: Design, Operating Principles, and Analysisp. 176
8.30. Mechanism and Linkage Applicationsp. 222
8.31. Columns Used as Machine Elementsp. 226
8.32. Stresses Due to Interference or Force Fits in Mechanismsp. 227
8.33. Limits and Fits: U.S. Customary and SI (Metric) Standardsp. 233
Chapter 9. Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Air Handling, and Heatp. 1
9.1. Pneumaticsp. 1
9.2. Basic Hydraulicsp. 5
9.3. Air-Handling Datap. 10
9.4. Transmission of Heatp. 13
9.5. Specific Heat (Thermal Capacity)p. 14
9.6. Temperatures of Mixtures and Heat Requirementsp. 15
9.7. Heat Lossesp. 17
9.8. Viscosity Equivalents: Universal Viscosity Measuring Systemsp. 22
9.9. Hydraulic and Pneumatic Component Systemsp. 24
Chapter 10. Fastening and Joining Techniques and Design Datap. 1
10.1. Threaded Fasteners: Bolts, Screws, and Nutsp. 1
10.2. Thread Systems: American Standard and Metric (60[degree] V)p. 17
10.3. Rivetsp. 49
10.4. Pinsp. 53
10.5. Retaining Ringsp. 57
10.6. Set, Clamp, and Split Collarsp. 60
10.7. Machinery Bushings, Shims, and Arbor Spacersp. 65
10.8. Specialty Fastenersp. 66
10.9. Welding, Brazing, and Solderingp. 73
10.10. Adhesive Bondingp. 93
Chapter 11. Sheet-Metal Design, Layout, and Fabrication Practicesp. 1
11.1. Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Sheetsp. 1
11.2. Nonferrous Sheet Metalp. 3
11.3. Machinery for Sheet-Metal Fabricationp. 4
11.4. Gauging Systemsp. 7
11.5. Sheet-Metal Fabrication Methodsp. 8
11.6. Sheet-Metal Flat Patternsp. 12
11.7. Sheet-Metal Developments and Transitionsp. 19
11.8. Developing Flat Patternsp. 21
11.9. Stiffening Sheet-Metal Partsp. 21
11.10. Sheet-Metal Faying Surfacesp. 22
11.11. Design Points for Sheet-Metal Partsp. 23
11.12. Typical Transitions and Developmentsp. 25
11.13. Sheet-Metal Fabrication Practicesp. 32
11.14. Light-Gauge Sheet-Metal Structural Forms: Dimensions and Strengthsp. 36
11.15. The Effects of Cold Working Steelp. 37
11.16. Advanced Sheet-Metal Cutting Methods and Special Die Formingp. 57
11.17. Sheet-Metal Angled Corner-Flange Notching: Flat-Pattern Developmentp. 62
Chapter 12. Castings, Moldings, Extrusions, and Powder-Metal Technologyp. 1
12.1. Castingsp. 1
12.2. Ferrous Metal Alloys Used in Castingp. 9
12.3. Representative Casting Metals and Alloysp. 10
12.4. ASTM-Listed Cast Irons and Steelsp. 10
12.5. Plastic Moldingsp. 12
12.6. Extrusionsp. 19
12.7. Powder-Metal Technologyp. 23
12.8. Table for Squares, Hexagons, and Octagonsp. 25
12.9. Design Guides for Cast and Molded Metal Plastics and Partsp. 25
Chapter 13. Engineering Finishes, Plating Practices, and Specificationsp. 1
13.1. Finishesp. 1
13.2. Corrosion of Metals: Principlesp. 3
13.3. Electroplating Data and Specificationsp. 5
13.4. Coloring Processes for Metals and Alloysp. 12
13.5. Coloring Metals (Ferrous and Nonferrous)p. 12
13.6. Etching Metalsp. 14
13.7. Anodizingp. 15
13.8. Paint Finishingp. 18
Chapter 14. Manufacturing Machinery and Dimension and Tolerancing Practicesp. 1
14.1. Manufacturing Machinery and Machine Toolsp. 1
14.2. Basic Dimensioning and Tolerancing Proceduresp. 14
Chapter 15. Subjects of Importance to the Design Engineerp. 1
15.1. Societies, Associations, Institutes, and Specification Authoritiesp. 1
15.2. ANSI Standards Applicable to Product Design Engineering and Manufacturing Processes and Inspectionp. 3
15.3. Approval Associations and Their Trademarksp. 10
15.4. Frequently Used Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronic Standardsp. 10
15.5. United States Patentsp. 13
15.6. Product Liabilityp. 16
15.7. Prototypes of Productsp. 20
15.8. Computers in Designp. 21
15.9. Electromechanical System Designp. 22
15.10. Quality-Control Systemsp. 29
15.11. Test Laboratoriesp. 30
15.12. Engineering Drawing Sizes and Formatsp. 34
Indexp. 1