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Kinematics of Machines

By Ankur Pareek, Girish Chitoshiya

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Book Details

  • 978-93-83733-03-3
  • English
  • 2014
  • Paper Back
  • -

Contents

  • 1. Kinematics
    Introduction, Kinematic Elements or Links, Types of Kinematic Link, Kinematic Pairs, Classification of Kinematic Pairs, Kinematic Chain, Type of Joint in a Kinematic Chain, Mechanism, Inversion of Mechanism, Different type of Kinematic Chain and its Inversion, Four Bar Chains, Single Slider Crank Chain, Double Slider Crank Chain, Velocity and Acceleration, Velocity in Mechanism, Acceleration in Mechanism, Klein’s Construction, Velocity Diagram by Klein’s Construction, Acceleration Diagram by Klein’s Construction, Coriolis Component of Acceleration, Difference between Mechanism and Machine, Solved Examples, Summary, Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answer Key.
     
    2. Mechanism with Lower Pairs
    Introduction, Synthesis of Mechanism, Pantograph, Straight Line Mechanism, Scott-Russel Mechanism, Tchebicheff Mechanism, Indicator Diagram Mechanism, Automotive Vehicle Mechanism, Overhead Valve Mechanism, Steering Gear Mechanism, Davis Steering Gear Mechanism, Ackerman Steering Gear Mechanism, Difference between Davis Steering Gear Mechanism and Ackerman Steering Gear Mechanism, Trifilar Suspension, Hooke’s Joint, Analysis of Hooke’s Joint, Double Hooke’s Joint, Solved Examples, Summary, Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key.
     
    3. Power Transmission
    Introduction, Belt Drives, Classification of Belt, Classification of Flat Belt Drives, Velocity Ratio, Length of Belt, Slip of Belt, Creep of Belt, Comparison Between Slip and Creep in a Belt Drive, Ratio of Tensions on Tight and Slack Sides of Flat Belt, Initial Tension, Centrifugal Tension, Power Transmission By Flat Belt Drives, Maximum Power Transmitted by a Belt, V-Belt Drive, Ratio of Tensions on V-Belt, Advantages and Disadvantages of V-belt Drive Over Flat Belt Drive, Rope Drive, Classification of Rope Drives, Ratio of Tensions for Rope Drives, Chain Drive, Advantages and Disadvantages, Terms used in Chain Drive, Relation Between Pitch and Pitch Circle Diameter, Classification of Chain, Length of Chain, Solved Examples, Summary, Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answer Key.
     
    4. Friction
    Introduction, Types of Friction, Depending upon the Nature of the Two Surface in Contact, Friction is of Following Two Types, Depending upon the Condition of Surfaces Friction is of Following Three Types, Law of Static Friction, Law of Dynamic Friction, Law of Solid Friction, Law of Rolling Friction, Law of Fluid Friction, Definitions of Friction, Co-Efficient of Friction (?), Angle of Friction, Angle of Response, Cone of Friction, Minimum Force Required to Slide a Body on a Rough Horizontal Plane, Friction of Body Lying on a Rough Inclined Plane, Efficiency of Inclined Plane, Screw Friction, Screw Jack, Torque Required to Lift the Load by Screw Jack, Torque Required to Lower the Load by a Screw Jack, Efficiency of a Screw Jack, Maximum Efficiency of a Screw Jack, Friction of Pivot and Collar Bearing, Flat Pivot, Conical Pivot, Flat Collar, Friction in Turning Pairs, Friction Axis, Theory of Film Lubrication, Greasy Friction or Non-Viscous Friction, Flim Friction or Viscous Friction, Solved Examples, Summary, Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key.
     
    5. Clutches, Brakes and Dynamometers
    Introduction, Clutch, Principle of Clutch, Type of Clutches, Friction Clutch, Brakes, Simple Block or Shoe Brakes, Band Brake, Band and Block Brake, Internal Expanding Shoe Brake, Effect of Braking or Braking of a Vehicle, Dynamometers, Absorption Dynamometers, Classification of Transmission Dynamometers, Hydraulic Dynamometers, Bevies-Gibson Torison Dynamometer, Solved Examples, Summary, Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answer Key.
     
    6. CAM
    Introduction, Type of Cams, According to Shape, According to Follower Movement, According to Type of Constraint of Follower, Types of Followers, According to Shape, According to Type of Motion, According to Axis of Motion, Definitions, Pressure Angle, Motions of Follower, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Diagrams when the Follower Moves with Uniform Velocity, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Diagram when the Follower Moves with Simple Harmonic Motion, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Diagrams when the Follower Moves with Uniform Acceleration and Retardation, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Diagram when the Follower Moves with Cycloidal Motion, Cams with Specified Contours, Tangent Cam (with Roller Follower), Circular Arc (Convex) Cam (with Flat–Faced Follower), Circular Arc (Convex) Cam with Roller Follower, Solved Examples, Summary, Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answer Key.
     
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