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Machine Design with CAD and Optimization

Metwalli, Sayed M.

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1. Auflage Mai 2021
960 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-15664-2
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MACHINE DESIGN WITH CAD AND OPTIMIZATION

A guide to the new CAD and optimization tools and skills to generate real design synthesis of machine elements and systems

Machine Design with CAD and Optimization offers the basic tools to design or synthesize machine elements and assembly of prospective elements in systems or products. It contains the necessary knowledge base, computer aided design, and optimization tools to define appropriate geometry and material selection of machine elements. A comprehensive text for each element includes: a chart, excel sheet, a MATLAB(r) program, or an interactive program to calculate the element geometry to guide in the selection of the appropriate material.

The book contains an introduction to machine design and includes several design factors for consideration. It also offers information on the traditional rigorous design of machine elements. In addition, the author reviews the real design synthesis approach and offers material about stresses and material failure due to applied loading during intended performance. This comprehensive resource also contains an introduction to computer aided design and optimization. This important book:
* Provides the tools to perform a new direct design synthesis rather than design by a process of repeated analysis
* Contains a guide to knowledge-based design using CAD tools, software, and optimum component design for the new direct design synthesis of machine elements
* Allows for the initial suitable design synthesis in a very short time
* Delivers information on the utility of CAD and Optimization
* Accompanied by an online companion site including presentation files

Written for students of engineering design, mechanical engineering, and automotive design. Machine Design with CAD and Optimization contains the new CAD and Optimization tools and defines the skills needed to generate real design synthesis of machine elements and systems on solid ground for better products and systems.

NOMENCLATURE

PART 1: INTRODUCTION & DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

1. INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Phases of Design

1.3. Basic Mechanical Functions

1.4. Design Factors

1.5. Synthesis Approach to Design

1.6. Product Life Cycle

1.7. Business Measures

1.8. Research and Development Process in Product Cycle

1.9. Teamwork for Product or System Design

1.10. Design and Development Case Study.

1.11. Units and Fundamentals

1.12. Summary

1.13. References

1.14. Problems

2. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

2.1. Mathematical Modeling

2.2. Calculation Tools

2.3. Design Procedure

2.4. Manufacturing Processes

2.5. Standard Sets and Components

2.6. Codes and Standards

2.7. Summary

2.8. References

2.9. Problems

PART 2: KNOWLEDGE-BASED DESIGN

3. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED TECHNIQUES

3.1. CAD and Geometric Modeling

3.2. Geometric Construction and FE Analysis

3.3. CAD/CAM/CAE and Advanced Systems

3.4. Virtual Reality3.5. Summary

3.6. References

3.7. Problems

4. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

4.1. 3-D Modeling and Transformation

4.2. Parametric Modeling

4.3. CAD Hardware and Software

4.4. Rendering and Animation

4.5. Data Structure

4.6. Using CAD in 3D Modeling and CAM

4.7. Summary

4.8. References

4.9. Problems

5. OPTIMIZATION

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Searches in One Direction

5.3. Multi-Dimensional Classical Indirect Approach

5.4. Multi-Dimensional Unconstrained Problem

5.5. Multi-Dimensional Constrained Problem

5.6. Applications to Machine Elements and Systems

5.7. Summary

5.8. References

5.9. Problems

6. STRESSES AND DEFLECTION

6.1. Loads, Shear, Moment, Slope, and Deflection

6.2. Mathematical Model

6.3. Simple Stresses

6.4. Combined Stresses

6.5. Curved Beams

6.6. Strain Energy and Deflection

6.7. Columns

6.8. Equivalent Element

6.9. Thermal Effects

6.10. Stress Concentration Factors

6.11. Finite Element Method

6.12. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

6.13. Summary

6.14. References

6.15. Problems

7. MATERIALS STATIC AND DYNAMIC STRENGTH

7.1. Material Structure and Failure Modes

7.2. Numbering Systems and Designations

7.3. Heat Treatment and Alloying Elements

7.4. Material Propertied and General Applications

7.5. Particular Materials for Machine Elements

7.6. Hardness and Strength

7.7. Failure and Static Failure Theories

7.8. Fatigue Strength and Factors Affecting Fatigue

7.9. Fracture Mechanics and Fracture Toughness

7.10. Computer Aided Selection and Optimization

7.11. Summary

7.12. References

7.13. Problems

8. INTRODUCTION TO ELEMENTS AND SYSTEM SYNTHESIS

8.1. Introduction

8.2. Basic and Common Machine Elements

8.3. Reverse Engineering

8.4. Sample Applications

8.5. Computer Aided Design

8.6. System Synthesis

8.7. Computer Aided Assembly

8.8. Summary

8.9. References

8.10. Problems

PART 3: DETAILED DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS

A. BASIC JOINTS AND MACHINE ELEMENTS

9. SCREWS, FASTENERS AND PERMANENT JOINTS

9.1. Standards and Types

9.2. Stresses in Threads

9.3. Bolted Connections

9.4. Strength in Static and Fatigue

9.5. Power Screws

9.6. Permanent Joints

9.7. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

9.8. Summary

9.9. References

9.10. Problems

10. SPRINGS

10.1. Types of Springs

10.2. Helical Springs

10.3. Leaf Springs

10.4. Bellville Springs

10.5. Elastomeric and Other Springs

10.6. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

10.7. Summary

10.8. References

10.9. Problems

11. ROLLING BEARINGS

11.1. Bearing Types and Selection

11.2. Standard Dimension Series

11.3. Initial Design and Selection

11.4. Bearing Load

11.5. Detailed Design and Selection

11.6. Speed limits

11.7. Lubrication and Friction

11.8. Mounting and Constructional Details

11.9. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

11.10. Summary

11.11. References

11.12. Problems

12. JOURNAL BEARINGS

12.1. Lubricants

12.2. Hydrodynamic Lubrication

12.3. Journal Bearing Design Procedure

12.4. Boundary and Mixed Lubrication

12.5. Plain Bearing Materials

12.6. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

12.7. Summary

12.8. References

12.9. Problems

B. POWER TRANSMITTING AND CONTROLLING ELEMENTS

13. INTRODUCTION TO POWER TRANSMISSION AND CONTROL

13.1. Prime Movers and Machines

13.2. Collinear and Noncollinear Transmission Elements

13.3. Power Control Elements

13.4. Computer Aided Design of a Power Transmission System

13.5. Summary

13.6. References

13.7. Problems

14. SPUR GEARS

14.1. Types and Utility

14.2. Definition, Kinematics and Standards

14.3. Force Analysis and Power transmission

14.4. Design Procedure

14.5. Critical Speed

14.6. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

14.7. Constructional Details

14.8. Summary

14.9. References

14.10. Problems

15. HELICAL, BEVEL AND WORM GEARS

15.1. Helical Gears

15.2. Bevel Gears

15.3. Worm Gears

15.4. Gear Failure Regimes and Remedies

15.5. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

15.6. Constructional Details

15.7. Summary

15.8. References

15.9. Problems

16. FLEXIBLE ELEMENTS

16.1. V BELTS

16.2. FLAT BELTS

16.3. ROPES

16.4. CHAINS

16.5. FRICTION DRIVES

16.6. FLEXIBLE SHAFTS

16.7. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

16.8. Summary

16.9. References

16.10. Problems

17. SHAFTS

17.1. Types of Shafts and Axels

17.2. Mathematical Model

17.3. Initial Design Estimate

17.4. Detailed Design

17.5. Design for Rigidity

17.6. Critical Speed

17.7. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

17.8. Constructional Details

17.9. Summary

17.10. References

17.11. Problems

18. CLUTCHES, BREAKS, AND FLYWHEELS

18.1. Introduction and Classifications

18.2. Cone Clutches and Brakes

18.3. Disk Clutches and Brakes

18.4. Caliper Disk Brakes

18.5. Energy Dissipation and Temperature Rise

18.6. Design Process

18.7. Computer Aided Design and Optimization

18.8. Flywheels

18.9. Constructional Details

18.10. Summary

18.11. References

18.12. Problems

APENDIXES

A1. Conversion between US and SI Units

A2. Standard SI Prefixes

A3. Preferred Numbers and Sizes

A4. Standard Rods, or Bars

A5. Standard Joining and Retaining Elements

A6. Standard Sealing Elements

A7. Material Properties

A8. Standard Sections or Profiles and Section Properties
SAYED M. METWALLI, is Professor Emeritus of Machine Design and past Chair of Mechanical Design and Production Department, Cairo University, Egypt. He received a BS (Mech. Eng.) with honor from Cairo University (1965) and MS and PhD (Mech. Eng.) from State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, (1970) and (1973) respectively. Metwalli has conducted research and taught at North Carolina State University, the University of Central Florida, USA, and Kuwait University, and holds a US patent. His research interests are in design optimization theory, developing algorithms, and CAD/CAM software, with particular emphasis on optimum synthesis of mechanical components and systems including dynamics and controls for multitude of applications. He has conducted sponsored research with DOD/NRL, UNESCO, IBM-UK, NSF, EPA, USAID, and CU and has published more than 150 papers in journals and peer reviewed international conferences. His work with various manufacturers successfully implemented CAD and design optimization in their product design and development. He is an ASME Life Fellow, registered mechanical design consultant, and has been a registered PE in Florida.

S. M. Metwalli, Cairo University, Egypt