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Machines and mechanisms : applied kinematic analysis / David H. Myszka

By: Myszka, David H [autor]
Publisher: New Jersey : Pearson Education, ©2012Edition: 4th edDescription: viii. 376 páginas : ilustraciones, tablas ; 28 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780132157803Subject(s): Cinematica de la maquinaria | Movimientos mecanicosDDC classification: 621.811
Contents:
Introduction to mechanisms and kinematics. -- Building computer models of mechanisms using working model software. -- Vectord. -- Position and displacement analysis. -- Mechanism design. -- Velocity analysis. -- Acceleration analysis. -- Computer-aided mechanism analysis. -- Cams design and kinematic analysis. -- Cams: design and kinematic analysis. -- Gears: kinematic analysis and selection. -- Belt and chain drives. -- Screw mechanisms. -- Static force analysis. -- DDynamic force analysis.
Summary: Students need to understand the motion of machines. Machines & mechanisms helps students understand the motion of machines by focusing on the application of kinematic theories to real-world machinery. The topics presented in this book are critical in machine design process. The objetive of this book is to provide the techniques necessary to study the motion of machines. A focus is placed on the application of kinematic theories to real-world machinery. It is intended to bridge the gap between a theoretical study of kinematics and the application to parctical mechanisms.
List(s) this item appears in: Ingeniería Mecánica
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This up-to-date introduction to kinematic analysis ensures relevance by using actual machines and mechanisms throughout. MACHINES & MECHANISMS: APPLIED KINEMATIC ANALYSIS, 4/e provides the techniques necessary to study the motion of machines while emphasizing the application of kinematic theories to real-world problems. State-of-the-art techniques and tools are utilized, and analytical techniques are presented without complex mathematics. KEY FEATURES: Reflecting instructor and student feedback, this Fourth Edition's extensive improvements include: a new section introducing special-purpose mechanisms; expanded descriptions of kinematic properties; clearer identification of vector quantities through standard boldface notation; new timing charts; analytical synthesis methods; and more. All end-of-chapter problems have been reviewed, and many new problems have been added.</p>

Includes contnts and index

Introduction to mechanisms and kinematics. -- Building computer models of mechanisms using working model software. -- Vectord. -- Position and displacement analysis. -- Mechanism design. -- Velocity analysis. -- Acceleration analysis. -- Computer-aided mechanism analysis. -- Cams design and kinematic analysis. -- Cams: design and kinematic analysis. -- Gears: kinematic analysis and selection. -- Belt and chain drives. -- Screw mechanisms. -- Static force analysis. -- DDynamic force analysis.

Students need to understand the motion of machines. Machines & mechanisms helps students understand the motion of machines by focusing on the application of kinematic theories to real-world machinery. The topics presented in this book are critical in machine design process. The objetive of this book is to provide the techniques necessary to study the motion of machines. A focus is placed on the application of kinematic theories to real-world machinery. It is intended to bridge the gap between a theoretical study of kinematics and the application to parctical mechanisms.

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