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Design of Machine Elements-II

By Girish Chitoshiya, Sanjay Jain

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  • ISBN 978-93-83733-70-5
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  • Chapter 1 Fatigue Consideration in Design

    Introduction, Endurance Limit or Fatigue Strength, Factors Affecting Endurance Limit,  Reversed Stresses,  Stress Concentration Factor (kt), Soderberg and Goodman Lines,  Derivation of Soderberg’s Relation, Derivation of Goodman’s Relation, Modified Goodman Diagram, Fatigue Design Under Combined Stresses, Fatigue Design Under Alternating Stresses, Design of Machine Elements Subjected to Direct Stress, Design of Shaft for Variable Load, Variable Loading in Mechanical Joints, Bolted Joints with Variable Loading Welded Joints with Variable Loading, Summary Review Questions

    Chapter 2 IC Engine Component

    Introduction,  Piston,  Piston Nomenclature, Material for Piston, Piston Rings, Piston Barrel, Piston Skirt,  Piston Clearance,  Slap,  Ribs,  Thickness of Piston Head, Cylinder, Cylinder Head, Connecting Rod, Force Analysis, Material for Connecting Rod, Types of Connecting Rod Ends, Crank Shaft, Types of Crank-Shaft, Design Procedure for Crank Shaft, Design of Centre Crankshaft, Side or Overhung Crankshaft, Summary,  Review Questions

    Chapter 3 Spring

    Introduction,  Types of Springs,  Standard Size of Spring Wire,  Terms Used in Compression Spring,  End Connection for Compression Helical Springs,  Stress in Helical Spring of Circular Wire, Deflection of Helical Springs of Circular Wire, Energy Stored in Helical Springs of Circular Wire,  Tension Helical Spring, Helical Torsion Springs,  Summary   Review Questions

    Chapter 4 Belt, Rope and Pulley Drive

    Introduction,  Classification of Belts, Types of Flat Belt Drives, Velocity Ratio,  Effect of Slip on Velocity Ratio, Creep of the Belt,  Length of Belt,  Length of Open Belt,  Length of Cross Belt, Belt Friction, Ratio of Tensions on Tight and Slack Sides of Flat Belt, V-belt Drive, Ratio of Tensions on V-belt,  Power Transmission By Flat Belt Drives, Maximum Power Transmitted by a Belt, Centrifugal Tension, Initial Tension, Types of Pulleys for Flat Belts, Design of Cast Iron Pulleys,  Rope Drives, Stresses in Wire Ropes,  Summary,  Review Questions

    Chapter 5 Gear

    Introduction, Classification of Gears, Law of Gearing, System of Gear Teeth, Spur Gear, Terminology of Spur Gear, Force Analysis of Spur Gear, Lewis Equations, Effective Load on Gear, Estimation of Module Based on Beam Strength, Wear Strength of Gear Tooth, Estimation of Module Based on Wear Strength, Helical Gear, Force Analysis of Helical Gear, Bevel Gear, Force Analysis of Bevel Gear, Worm Gear, Force Analysis of Worm Gear, Summary, Review Questions

    Chapter 6 Bearing

    Introduction, Classification of Bearings, Lubrication, Hydrodynamic Lubrication, Hydrostatic Lubrication,  Boundary Lubrication, Properties of Lubrication, Petroff’s Equation, Terms used in Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing,  Sommerfeld Number,  Heat Generated in Journal Bearing, Anti-friction Bearing,  Types of Rolling Contact Bearing, Basic Static Load Rating of Rolling Contact Bearings, Life of Bearing, Variable Load and Speed, Reliability of Bearing,  Equivalent Dynamic Load For Rolling Contact Bearings, Design for Cyclic Loads and Speeds, Mounting of Bearing, Lubrication of Ball and Roller Bearings, Summary.

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