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ОбложкаMarks' standard handbook for mechanical engineers / ed.: E.A.Avallone, T.Baumeister, A.M.Sadegh. - 11th ed. - New York [et al.]: McGraw-Hill, 2007. - 1 vol. (var. pag.): Ill. - Bibliogr. at the end of the chapters. - Ind. at the end of the book. - ISBN 978-0-07-142867-5; ISBN 0-07-142867-4
 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
Contributors ................................................... ix
The Editors .................................................. xlii
Preface to the Eleventh Edition ................................ xv
Preface to the First Edition ................................. xvii
Symbols and Abbreviations ..................................... xix

1  Mathematical Tables and Measuring Units .................... 1-1
   1.1  Mathematical Tables ................................... 1-1
   1.2  Measuring Units ...................................... 1-16
2  Mathematics ................................................ 2-1
   2.1  Mathematics ........................................... 2-2
   2.2  Computers ............................................ 2-40
3  Mechanics of Solids and Fluids ............................. 3-1
   3.1  Mechanics of Solids ................................... 3-2
   3.2  Friction ............................................. 3-20
   3.3  Mechanics of Fluids .................................. 3-29
   3.4  Vibration ............................................ 3-61
4  Heat ....................................................... 4-1
   4.1  Thermodynamics ........................................ 4-2
   4.2  Thermodynamic Properties of Substances ............... 4-32
   4.3  Radiant Heat Transfer ................................ 4-63
   4.4  Transmission of Heat by Conduction and Convection .... 4-79
5  Strength of Materials ...................................... 5-1
   5.1  Mechanical Properties of Materials .................... 5-2
   5.2  Mechanics of Materials ............................... 5-14
   5.3  Pipeline Flexure Stresses ............................ 5-51
   5.4  Nondestructive Testing ............................... 5-57
   5.5  Experimental Stress and Strain Analysis .............. 5-63
   5.6  Mechanics of Composite Materials ..................... 5-71
6  Materials of Engineering ................................... 6-1
   6.1  General Properties of Materials ....................... 6-3
   6.2  Iron and Steel ....................................... 6-12
   6.3  Iron and Steel Castings .............................. 6-34
   6.4  Nonferrous Metals and Alloys; Metallic Specialties ... 6-46
   6.5  Corrosion ............................................ 6-92
   6.6  Paints and Protective Coatings ...................... 6-111
   6.7  Wood ................................................ 6-115
   6.8  Nonmetallic Materials ............................... 6-131
   6.9  Cement, Mortar, and Concrete ........................ 6-162
   6.10 Water ............................................... 6-171
   6.11 Lubricants and Lubrication .......................... 6-180
   6.12 Plastics ............................................ 6-189
   6.13 Fiber Composite Materials ........................... 6-206
7  Fuels and Furnaces ......................................... 7-1
   7.1  Fuels ................................................. 7-2
   7.2  Carbonization of Coal and Gas Making ................. 7-30
   7.3  Combustion Furnaces .................................. 7-43
   7.4  Municipal Waste Combustion ........................... 7-48
   7.5  Electric Furnaces and Ovens .......................... 7-54
8  Machine Elements ........................................... 8-1
   8.1  Mechanism ............................................. 8-3
   8.2  Machine Elements ..................................... 8-10
   8.3  Gearing .............................................. 8-83
   8.4  Fluid-Film Bearings ................................. 8-111
   8.5  Bearings with Rolling Contact ....................... 8-127
   8.6  Packings, Gaskets, and Seals ........................ 8-133
   8.7  Pipe, Pipe Fittings, and Valves ..................... 8-138
9  Power Generation ........................................... 9-1
   9.1  Sources of Energy ..................................... 9-3
   9.2  Steam Boilers ........................................ 9-29
   9.3  Steam Engines ........................................ 9-58
   9.4  Steam Turbines ....................................... 9-58
   9.5  Power-Plant Heat Exchangers .......................... 9-78
   9.6  Internal-Combustion Engines .......................... 9-93
   9.7  Gas Turbines ........................................ 9-127
   9.8  Nuclear Power ....................................... 9-138
   9.9  Hydraulic Turbines .................................. 9-154
10 Materials Handling ........................................ 10-1
   10.1 Materials Holding, Feeding, and Metering ............. 10-2
   10.2 Lifting, Hoisting, and Elevating ..................... 10-4
   10.3 Dragging, Pulling, and Pushing ...................... 10-22
   10.4 Loading, Carrying, and Excavating ................... 10-26
   10.5 Conveyor Moving and Handling ........................ 10-42
   10.6 Automatic Guided Vehicles and Robots ................ 10-63
   10.7 Material Storage and Warehousing .................... 10-69
11 Transportation ............................................ 11-1
   11.1 Automotive Engineering ............................... 11-3
   11.2 Railway Engineering ................................. 11-18
   11.3 Marine Engineering .................................. 11-40
   11.4 Aeronautics ......................................... 11-58
   11.5 Jet Propulsion and Aircraft Propellers .............. 11-83
   11.6 Astronautics ....................................... 11-104
   11.7 Pipeline Transmission .............................. 11-139
   11.8 Containerization ................................... 11-149
12 Building Construction and Equipment ....................... 12-1
   12.1 Industrial Plants .................................... 12-2
   12.2 Structural Design of Buildings ...................... 12-19
   12.3 Reinforced Concrete Design and Construction ......... 12-37
   12.4 Air Conditioning, Heating, and Ventilating .......... 12-49
   12.5 Illumination ........................................ 12-88
   12.6 Sound, Noise, and Ultrasonics ....................... 12-96
13 Manufacturing Processes ................................... 13-1
   13.1  Foundry Practice and Equipment ...................... 13-3
   13.2 Plastic Working of Metals ............................ 13-9
   13.3 Welding and Cutting ................................. 13-29
   13.4 Machining Processes and Machine Tools ............... 13-50
   13.5 Surface Texture Designation, Production, and
        Quality Control ..................................... 13-72
   13.6 Woodcutting Tools and Machines ...................... 13-77
   13.7 Precision Cleaning .................................. 13-80
14 Fans, Pumps, and Compressors .............................. 14-1
   14.1 Displacement Pumps ................................... 14-2
   14.2 Centrifugal Pumps ................................... 14-15
   14.3 Compressors ......................................... 14-26
   14.4 High-Vacuum Pumps ................................... 14-39
   14.5 Fans ................................................ 14-46
15 Electrical and Electronics Engineering .................... 15-1
   15.1 Electrical Engineering ............................... 15-2
   15.2 Electronics ......................................... 15-68
16 Instruments and Controls .................................. 16-1
   16.1 Instruments .......................................... 16-2
   16.2 Automatic Controls .................................. 16-21
   16.3 Surveying ........................................... 16-52
17 Industrial Engineering .................................... 17-1
   17.1 Operations Management ................................ 17-3
   17.2 Cost Accounting ..................................... 17-11
   17.3 Engineering Statistics and Quality Control .......... 17-18
   17.4 Methods Engineering ................................. 17-25
   17.5 Cost of Electric Power .............................. 17-31
   17.6 Human Factors and Ergonomics ........................ 17-39
   17.7 Automatic Manufacturing ............................. 17-43
18 The Regulatory Environment ................................ 18-1
   18.1 Environmental Control ................................ 18-2
   18.2 Occupational Safety and Health ...................... 18-18
   18.3 Fire Protection ..................................... 18-22
   18.4 Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights ................. 18-27
19 Refrigeration, Cryogenics, and Optics ..................... 19-1
   19.1 Mechanical Refrigeration ............................. 19-2
   19.2 Cryogenics .......................................... 19-26
   19.3 Optics .............................................. 19-41
20 Emerging Technologies ..................................... 20-1
   20.1 An Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems
        (MEMS) ............................................... 20-3
   20.2 Introduction to Nanotechnology ...................... 20-13
   20.3 Ferroelectrics/Piezoelectrics and Shape Memory
        Alloys .............................................. 20-20
   20.4 Introduction to the Finite-Element Method ........... 20-28
   20.5 Computer-Aided Design, Computer-Aided Engineering,
        and Variational Design .............................. 20-44
   20.6 Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics ........ 20-51
   20.7 Experimental Fluid Dynamics ......................... 20-63
   20.8 Introduction to Biomechanics ........................ 20-79
   20.9 Human Injury Tolerance and Anthropometric Test
        Devices ............................................ 20-104
   20.10 Air-Inflated Fabric Structures .................... 20-108
   20.11 Robotics, Mechatronics, and Intelligent
         Automation ........................................ 20-118
   20.12 Rapid Prototyping ................................. 20-132
   20.13 Miscellany ........................................ 20-135

Index follows Section 20


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