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Machine Design: A CAD Approach
by Andrew D. Dimarogonas

List Price: $99.00
Hardcover - 996 pages 1st edition 
(November 2000)
Wiley-Interscience; ISBN: 0471315281 ;
 Dimensions (in inches): 2.27 x 10.28 x 7.39

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Editorial Reviews
From Book News, Inc.

With this volume, Dimarogonas (formerly mechanical design, Washington U., St. Louis, now deceased) updates his earlier text, Computer Aided Machine Design. The first section examines the machine as a system, including the stages of design methodology, general principles of machine design, and design for manufacturing. This is followed by design methodologies for machine elements, such as fasteners, welded joints, springs, machine mountings, clutches, brakes, belts, and antifriction bearings. Case studies are used to illustrate specific design issues. Included in the appendices are tables of stress concentration and intensity factors, standardized machine elements, and properties of some engineering materials and sections. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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A textbook for undergraduates in mechanical engineering, combining the fundamentals of machine design with an emphasis on design methods that are suited to computer application and implementation. Contains over 700 illustrations and is concisely written, with real-world examples and case studies. DLC: Machine design--Computer-aided design.

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