Standard Handbook of Machine Design, Second Edition

This handbook has been written for working designers, and its place is on the designer’s desk—not on the bookshelf. It contains a great many formulas, tables, charts, and graphs, many in condensed form. These are intended to give quick answers to the many questions that seem constantly to arise.

The introduction of new materials, new processes, and new analytical tools and approaches changes the way we design machines. Higher speeds, greater efficiencies, compactness, and safer, lighter-weight, and predictably reliable machines can result if designers keep themselves up to date on technological changes. This book presents machine design as it is practiced today; it is intended to keep the user in touch with the latest aspects of design.

Computer-aided design methods and a host of other machine-computation capabilities of tremendous value to designers have multiplied in the last few years. These have made large and lasting changes in the way we design. This book has been planned and written to make it easy to take advantage of machine-computation facilities of whatever kind may be available. Future developments in computer hardware and software will not render the content of this book obsolete.

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Joseph E. Shigley, Charles R. Mischke.

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