Mechanism and Machine Theory

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bohem press, 2007 - Mechanical engineering - 624 pages
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This Book Evolved Itself Out Of 25 Years Of Teaching Experience In The Subject, Moulding Different Important Aspects Into A One Year Course Of Mechanism And Machine Theory. Basic Principles Of Analysis And Synthesis Of Mechanisms With Lower And Higher Pairs Are Both Included Considering Both Kinematic And Kinetic Aspects. A Chapter On Hydrodynamic Lubrication Is Included In The Book. Balancing Machines Are Introduced In The Chapter On Balancing Of Rotating Parts. Mechanisms Used In Control Namely, Governors And Gyroscopes Are Discussed In A Separate Chapter. The Book Also Contains A Chapter On Principles Of Theory Of Vibrations As Applied To Machines. A Solution Manual To Problems Given At The End Of Each Chapter Is Also Available. Principles Of Balancing Of Linkages Is Also Included. Thus The Book Takes Into Account All Aspects Of Mechanism And Machine Theory To The Reader Studying A First Course On This Subject.This Book Is Intended For Undergraduate Students Taking Basic Courses In Mechanism And Machine Theory. The Practice Of Machines Has Been Initially To Use Inventions And Establishment Of Basic Working Models And Then Generalising The Theory And Hence The Earlier Books Emphasises These Principles. With The Advancement Of Theory Particularly In The Last Two Decades, New Books Come Up With A Stress On Specific Topics.The Book Retains All The Aspects Of Mechanism And Machine Theory In A Unified Manner As Far As Possible For A Two Semester Course At Undergraduate Level Without Recourse To Following Several Text Books And Derive The Benefits Of Basic Principles Recently Advanced In Mechanism And Machine Theory.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Kinematic Analysis of Mechanisms
22
Kinematic Synthesis of Mechanisms
77
6
121
7
161
Problems
186
10
221
11
265
15
343
16
358
17
405
18
418
Path
495
19
508
Critical Speeds
564
Annexure 1
585

13
306
Analytical Method
314
14
330

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