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Springer Handbook of Mechanical Engineering

    Book Name: Springer Handbook of Mechanical Engineering
    Category: Mechanical Books
    Language: English
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    Encyclopedias describe Mechanical Engineering as a professional engineering discipline that involves the application of principles of physics for the analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It requires a solid understanding of key concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics and energy. Mechanical engineers use these principles and others for example in the design and analysis of automobiles, aircrafts, heating and cooling systems, industrial equipment and machinery. In addition to these main areas, specialized fields are offered at universities to prepare future engineers for their position in industry, such as: mechatronics and robotics, transportation and logistics, cryogenics, fuel technology, automotive engineering, biomechanics, vibration, optics and others.Accordingly, the Springer Handbook of Mechanical Engineering devotes its contents to these areas of interest for the practicing engineer as well as for the student at various levels and educational institutions.Authors from all over the world have contributed with their expertise and support the globally working engineer in finding a solution for today’s mechanical engineering problems.

    Table of contents :

    About the Editors
    List of Authors
    List of Abbreviations
    Part A Fundamentals
    1 Introduction to Mathematics
    1.1 Linear Algebra
    1.2 Differential Equations
    1.3 The Laplace Transform
    1.4 Fourier Analysis
    1.5 Complex Analysis
    2 Mechanics
    2.1 Statics of Rigid Bodies
    2.2 Dynamics
    3 Thermodynamics
    3.1 Scope of Thermodynamics and Definitions
    3.2 Temperatures and Equilibria
    3.3 First Law of Thermodynamics
    3.4 Second Law of Thermodynamics
    3.5 Exergy and Energy
    3.6 Thermodynamics of Substances
    3.7 Changes of State of Gases and Vapors
    3.8 Thermodynamic Processes
    3.9 Ideal Gas Mixtures
    3.10 Heat Transfer
    Part B Materials
    4 Atomic Structure and Microstructure Characterization
    4.1 Order in Solid State
    4.2 Microstructure Characterization
    5 Mechanical Properties
    5.1 Mechanical Properties
    5.2 Physical Properties
    6 Corrosion and Corrosion Resistance
    6.1 Fundamental Aspects
    6.2 Electrochemical Corrosion
    6.3 Chemical Corrosion and High-Temperature Corrosion
    6.4 Corrosion Testing
    7 Nondestructive Inspection (NDI)
    7.1 Principles of Nondestructive Inspection
    7.2 Acoustic Methods
    7.3 Potential Drop Method
    7.4 Magnetic Methods
    7.5 Electromagnetic Methods
    7.6 Thermography
    7.7 Optical Methods
    7.8 Radiation Methods
    7.9 Health Monitoring
    8 Engineering Materials and Their Properties
    8.1 Iron-Based Materials
    8.2 Aluminum and Its Alloys
    8.3 Magnesium and Its Alloys
    8.4 Titanium and Its Alloys
    8.5 Ni and Its Alloys
    8.6 Co and Its Alloys
    8.7 Copper and Its Alloys
    8.8 Polymers
    8.9 Glasses and Ceramics
    8.10 Composite Materials
    9 Tribology
    9.1 Importance of Tribology
    9.2 Tribological System (Tribosystem)
    9.3 Friction
    9.4 Wear
    9.5 Fundamentals of Lubrication
    9.6 Lubricants
    Part C Manufacturing
    10 Casting
    10.1 The Foundry Industry
    10.2 Cast Alloys
    10.3 Primary Shaping
    10.4 Shaping of Metals by Casting
    10.5 Guidelines for Design
    10.6 Preparatory and Finishing Operations
    11 Metal Forming
    11.1 Metallurgical Fundamentals
    11.2 Theoretical Foundations
    11.3 Bulk Forming Processes
    11.4 Sheet Forming Processes
    11.5 Forming Machines
    12 Machining Processes
    12.1 Cutting
    12.2 Machining with Geometrically Nondefined Tool Edges
    12.3 Nonconventional Machining Processes
    13 Precision Machinery Using MEMS Technology
    13.1 Electrostatic-Driven Optical Display Device
    13.2 Design of the Device
    13.3 Evanescent Coupling Switching Device
    14 Measuring and Quality Control
    14.1 Quality Management
    14.2 Manufacturing Measurement Technology
    14.3 Further Reading
    Part D Machine and Systems Design
    15 Machine Elements
    15.1 Basic Dimensioning Principles
    15.2 Fasteners
    15.3 Axles and Shafts
    15.4 Shaft–Hub Connections
    15.5 Rolling Bearings
    15.6 Plain Bearings
    15.7 Seals and Gaskets
    15.8 Gears and Gear Trains
    15.9 Springs
    15.10 Pipes
    16 Engineering Design
    16.1 Design Theory
    16.2 Engineering Design Basics
    16.3 Precisely Defining the Task
    16.4 Conceptual Design
    16.5 Design
    16.6 Design and Manufacturing for the Environment
    16.7 Failure Mode and Effect Analysis for Capital Goods
    16.8 Bioindustrial Design: Challenges and Vision
    17 Piston Machines
    17.1 Foundations of Piston Machines
    17.2 Positive Displacement Pumps
    17.3 Compressors
    17.4 Internal Combustion Engines
    18 Pressure Vessels and Heat Exchangers
    18.1 Pressure Vessels – General Design Concepts
    18.2 Design of Tall Towers
    18.3 Testing Requirements
    18.4 Design Codes for Pressure Vessels
    18.5 Heat Exchangers
    18.6 Construction Materials
    19 Turbomachinery
    19.1 Theory of Turbomachinery Stages
    19.2 Blade Design
    19.3 Gas Turbine Engines: Design and Dynamic Performance
    20 Conveying and Construction Machinery
    20.1 Background and Fundamentals
    20.2 Bulk Solid Mechanics and Characterization
    20.3 Basic Mechanical Elements
    20.4 Continuous Conveyors
    20.5 Discontinuous Conveyors
    20.6 Storage Systems
    Part E Transportation – Mobility
    21 Trends and Challenges in Mobility and Transportation
    21.1 Overview
    21.2 Impact of Safety and Environmental Legislation Transportation Technologies
    21.3 Upcoming Changes in Transportation
    21.4 Automotive Technology
    21.5 Aerospace Technology
    21.6 Rail Technology
    22 Automotive Engineering
    22.1 Characteristics and Trends of Car Development
    22.2 Targets and Challenges for Car Development
    22.3 Car Development Processes
    22.4 Methods for Car Development
    23 Railway Systems–Railway Engineering
    23.1 General Interactions of Modules of a Railway System with Surroundings
    23.2 Track
    23.3 Running Gears
    23.4 Superstructures
    23.5 Vehicles
    23.6 Coupling Systems
    23.7 Safety
    23.8 Air Conditioning
    24 Aerospace Engineering
    24.1 Aerospace Industry
    24.2 Aerospace Technology and Development
    24.3 Aircraft
    24.4 Spacecraft
    24.5 Definitions
    24.6 Flight Performance Equations
    24.7 Airplane Aerodynamic Characteristics
    24.8 Airplane General Configurations
    24.9 Weights
    24.10 Aircraft Performance
    24.11 Stability and Control
    24.12 Loads
    24.13 Airplane Structure
    24.14 Airplane Maintenance Checks
    25 Ships and Maritime Transportation
    25.1 Overview
    25.2 Ship Geometry and Definitions
    25.3 Hydrostatics and Stability
    25.4 Resistance and Powering
    25.5 Structure
    25.6 Additional Considerations
    25.7 Summary
    Part F Related Engineering Fields
    26 Electrical Engineering
    26.1 Fundamental Laws
    26.2 Capacitors, Resistors, and Inductors
    26.3 Semiconductor Devices
    26.4 Networks
    26.5 Electrical Machines
    26.6 Energy Storage
    27 Power Generation
    27.1 Energy Conversion Principles
    27.2 Primary Energy
    27.3 Boilers and Furnaces
    27.4 Combustion
    27.5 Nuclear Power Plants
    27.6 Renewable Energy
    27.7 Energy Storage and Distribution
    27.8 Prospects and Conclusion
    Part G Annex
    28 General Tables
    Subject Index


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    Author(s): Karl-Heinrich Grote, Hamid Hefazi (eds.)

    Series: Springer Handbooks

    Publisher: Springer, Year: 2021

    ISBN: 9783030470357,3030470350


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