CAM Design Handbook Harold

E-book Title : Cam Design Handbook
Author(s)  : Harold A. Rothbart
Writer   : McGraw-Hill
Version      : First
Pages         : 619
Dimension            : 40 Mb

E-book Description:

The cam, used to translate rotary movement into linear movement, is an integral a part of many courses of machines, resembling printing presses, textile equipment, gear-cutting machines, and screw machines. Emphasizing computer-aided design and manufacturing strategies, in addition to subtle numerical management strategies, Cam Design Handbook by Harold A. Rothbart permits engineers and technicians to make the most of leading edge design instruments. It’ll scale back time spent on the drafting board and improve productiveness and machine accuracy.

  • Cam design, manufacture, and dynamics of cams
  • The most recent computer-aided design and manufacturing strategies
  • New cam mechanisms together with robotic and prosthetic functions

Desk of Contents:

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Fundamental Curves
Chapter 3. Modified Cam Curves
Chapter 4. Polynomial and Fourier Sequence Cam Curves
Chapter 5. Cam Movement Synthesis Utilizing Spline Features
Chapter 6. Components of Cam Profile Geometry
Chapter 7. Geometry of Planer Cam Profiles
Chapter 8. Cam Mechanism Forces
Chapter 9. Cam Supplies and Lubrication
Chapter 10. Cam Manufacturing
Chapter 11. Cam System Modeling
Chapter 12. Cam System Dynamics—Evaluation
Chapter 13. Cam System Dynamics—Response
Chapter 14. Particular Cam Mechanisms
Chapter 15. Cams in Microelectromechanical Programs
Chapter 16. Automotive Camshaft Dynamics
Appendix A Fundamental Contours
Appendix B Fundamental Cam Curve Elements
Appendix C Polynomial Coefficients
Appendix D Cam Pc Software program
Appendix E CAD/CAM for a Medical Instrument Cam Mechanism
Appendix F Optinal Management Concept Derivation for Two-Level Boundary
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