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MECHANICS OF MACHINES,
By G.H. Ryder and M.D. Bennett
1990, 6 x 9, Hard, Illustrated, 350pp
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Mechanics of Machines uses applications and
numerical examples that offer a realistic appreciation of actual system
parameters and performance. Its logical two-part organization allows the
individual principles to be readily identified and systematically studied. And
as a self-contained book it will serve as an excellent source for mechanics
students and mechanical engineers.
Includes hundreds of worked examples,
illustrating the basic principles of mechanics. Explains the application of
control systems to robotics. Contains extensive chapter-end problems, allowing
readers to immediately apply what they've just learned.
Principles: Forces and Equilibrium.
Kinematics. Kinetics. Work and Energy. Impulse and Momentum. Applications.
Kinematics of Mechanisms. Function and Lubrication in Machines. Toothed Gears.
Geared System. Kinetics of Machine Elements. Balancing of Machines. Vibrations
of Single Degree of Freedom Systems. Vibrations of Multi Degree of Freedom
Systems. Lateral Vibrations and Whirling Speeds. Robotics and Control. Index.
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