## Design of machine and structural partsVery Good,No Highlights or Markup,all pages are intact. |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 50

Page 24

1-8 NATURE OF

presented in this chapter and specifically on the information in Figure 1-28, we

can make a list of stress patterns that seem to be

those that ...

1-8 NATURE OF

**EFFICIENT**STRESS PATTERNS Based on the materialpresented in this chapter and specifically on the information in Figure 1-28, we

can make a list of stress patterns that seem to be

**efficient**, and another list ofthose that ...

Page 55

An

percentage of the total cross section is ... Since the bending stress is proportional

to the distance from the neutral axis, an

An

**efficient**stress pattern in bending is obtained in a system where a highpercentage of the total cross section is ... Since the bending stress is proportional

to the distance from the neutral axis, an

**efficient**bending stress pattern can be ...Page 149

Jl METHODS OF ACHIEVING HIGHLY

chapter we listed principles that can be used to improve joint design. In this

chapter, we present several methods for designing more

Jl METHODS OF ACHIEVING HIGHLY

**EFFICIENT**JOINTS In the previouschapter we listed principles that can be used to improve joint design. In this

chapter, we present several methods for designing more

**efficient**joints. The**efficiency**of a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

Copyright | |

13 other sections not shown

### Common terms and phrases

avoirdupois bending stress body bolt cantilever beam Celsius compression compressive stress Considerations of Stress contact area contact stresses contact surface cross section cross-sectional area crowned tooth cylinders deflection deformation determined diameter effect efficient energy storage Engineering Considerations equations example flow of force force flow free-body diagram geometry given Hertz Hertz contact stress hole hollow shaft inch inefficient stress patterns inertia Isochromatic pattern joint elements joule Juvinall keyway kilogram lbf/in load distribution machine and structural material maximum stress membrane analogy meter3 modulus of elasticity neutral axis newton normal stress notch plate portion pressure distribution principle radius relative stiffness rigidity rivet round bar second mean solar shape refinement shear stress shown in Figure shows solid shaft splines spot contact spring constant spring model sprocket static stiffeners strength strength of materials stress concentration stress distribution tensile tensile stress threads torque transverse shear tube uniform shear uniform stress