Completely updated and revised to reflect the changes and additions made to the Handbook, this Guide will enable users to maximize the enormous practical value available from Machinery's Handbook. Illustrates through hundreds of examples, solutions, and questions how to take full advantage of the Handbook to solve the types of problems typically encountered in drafting rooms, machine shops and on the factory floor. Allows you to quickly become more thoroughly familiar with the vast range of contents found in the Handbook. By practicing the many practical techniques explained in this Guide, you will be able to obtain the solution or information needed to resolve on-the-job problems. Contents include: Dimension and Areas of Circles; Chordal Dimensions, Segments, and Spheres; Formulas and their Rearrangement; Calculations Involving Logarithms of Numbers; Dimensions, Areas, and Volumes of Geometrical Figures; Functions of Angles; Solution of Right-Angle Triangles; Solution of Oblique Triangles; Figuring Tapers; Tolerances and Allowances for Machine Parts; Using Standards Data and Information; Standard Screw and Pipe Threads; Problems in Mechanics; Strength of Materials; Design of Shafts and Keys for Power Transmission; Splines; Problems in Designing and Cutting Gears; Cutting Speeds, Feeds, and Machining Power; Numerical Control; General Review Questions; Answers to Practice Exercises; Index.Example 9: To illustrate the application of this formula, let it be required to find the height A when the shaft diameter is % inch and the width W ... Using the formula at the bottom of Handbook page 103 for versed sin 0 = 1 - cos 0, and a calculator, the angle corresponding to ... 13) Construct by use of cosines an angle of 55Ad5a#39;.
|Title||:||Machinery's Handbook Guide 27|
|Author||:||John Milton Amiss, Franklin Day Jones, Henry H. Ryffel, Christopher J. McCauley, Riccardo Heald|
|Publisher||:||Industrial Press Inc. - 2004-01-01|