Theory Of Machines by Rattan, S S

Theory Of Machines 3/Ed (Paperback)

by Rattan, S S

Publisher: Tata Mcgraw-hill Education Private Limited (2009)

Key Features:

Exhaustive coverage of the two-semester course on Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery. ? Various important concepts are presented in a logical, innovative and lucid manner ? Balanced presentation of Graphical and Analytical approaches. (Chapters 2 and 3 describe graphical methods of velocity and acceleration analysis whereas the analytical approach is discussed in Chapter 4. ) ? Inclusion of several new sections especially in the chapters on Mechanisms and Machines, Acceleration Analysis, Graphical and Computer Aided Synthesis of Mechanisms, Belts, Ropes and Chains. New Sections on : Types of constrained motion, Types of joints, Centre of curvature, Hartmann construction, Euler-Savary equation, Bobillier construction, cubic of the stationary curvature, Chebychev spacing, Flat belt drive vs. V belt drive, Chain drive vs. belt and rope drive, Precision positions; Structural error ? Methods involving the use of vector and complex numbers in the solution of some problems (Example 12.7 pages 471, 475,476; Example 14.24, pages 606, 607) ? Computer programs in user friendly C Language (Chapters 4 & 5) ? Improved quality of figures enhancing clarity. ? Inclusion of 26 photographs to enhance the relevancy of topics (NEW!) ? Increased number of solved examples and review questions. ? Appendix containing objective type questions. ? Appendix containing important relations and results New to this Edition ? New sections in the chapters on Mechanisms and Machines, Acceleration Analysis, Graphical and Computer Aided Synthesis of Mechanisms, Belts, Ropes and Chains (as required by the syllabi of various universities). New Sections on : ? Types of constrained motion ? Types of joints ? Centre of curvature ? Hartmann construction ? Euler-Savary equation ? Bobillier construction ? cubic of the stationary curvature ? Chebychev spacing ? Flat belt drive vs. V belt drive ? Chain drive vs. belt and rope drive ? Precision positions; Structural error ? Rewriting the following topics for greater suitability to the course: ? Function generation ? Path generation ? Motion Generation ? Improved quality of figures ? Inclusion of 26 photographs to enhance the relevancy of topics ? Increased number of solved examples and review questions. Pedagogy includes: ? Exercise Questions: 510 (72 NEW!) ? Examples: 348 (63 NEW!) ? Objective Questions: 162 Total :1020 (135 NEW!)

? Exhaustive coverage of the two-semester course on Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery. ? Inclusion of several new sections especially in the chapters on Mechanisms and Machines, Acceleration Analysis, Graphical and Computer Aided Synthesis of Mechanisms, Belts, Ropes and Chains. ? Computer programs in user friendly C Language ? Pedagogy includes: ? Exercise Questions: 510 (72 NEW!) ? Examples: 348 (63 NEW!) ? Objective Questions: 162 Total :1020 (135 NEW!)

Table of Content:

1. Mechanisms and Machines

2. Velocity Analysis

3. Acceleration Analysis

4. Computer-aided Analysis of Mechanisms

5. Graphical and Computer-aided Synthesis of Mechanisms

6. Lower Pairs

7. Cams

8. Friction

9. Belts, Ropes and Chains

10. Gears

11. Gear Trains

12. Static Force Analysis

13. Dynamic Force Analysis

14. Balancing

15. Brakes and Dynamometers

16. Governors

17. Gyroscope

18. Vibrations

19. Automatic Control

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