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Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
Machine Tools I
Machine Tools II
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The ultimate APP for all mechanical engineers, whether you want to become
a mechanical engineer, or if you are already in this profession.
With this FREE APP, you will get the latest mechanical engineering news, videos,
calculators, and much more!
Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of engineering, physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines.
The engineering field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, structural analysis, and electricity. Mechanical engineers use these core principles along with tools like computer-aided engineering and product lifecycle management to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, weapons, medical devices, and others.
Mechanical engineering emerged as a field during the industrial revolution in Europe in the 18th century; however, its development can be traced back several thousand years around the world. Mechanical engineering science emerged in the 19th century as a result of developments in the field of physics. The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements in technology, and mechanical engineers today are pursuing developments in such fields as composites, mechatronics, and nanotechnology. Mechanical engineering overlaps with aerospace engineering, metallurgical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, petroleum engineering, manufacturing engineering, chemical engineering, and other engineering disciplines to varying amounts. Mechanical engineers may also work in the field of Biomedical engineering, specifically with biomechanics, transport phenomena, biomechatronics, bionanotechnology and modeling of biological systems, like soft tissue mechanics.
Book & e-Book
1. Engineering Mechanics: Statics (13th Edition)
2. Machine Elements in Mechanical Design (4th Edition)
3. Mechanical Engineering Design
4. Shigley's Mechanical Engineering Design
5. Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam, 12th Edition
6. Shigley's Mechanical Engineering Design + Connect Access Card to accompany Mechanical Engineering Design
7. Mechanical engineering design (McGraw-Hill series in mechanical engineering)
8. An Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
9. Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers 11th Edition
10. Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices Sourcebook, 5th Edition
11. 507 Mechanical Movements: Mechanisms and Devices
12. 1800 Mechanical Movements, Devices And Appliances
13. Making Things Move DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists
14. Mechanical Design of Machine Elements and Machines
15. Illustrated Sourcebook of Mechanical Components
1. Engineering Materials 1, Fourth Edition: An Introduction to Properties, Applications and Design
2. Materials North American Edition w/Online Testing: Materials - North American Edition, Second Edition: engineering, science, processing and design
3. Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction
4. Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices
5. Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering: An Integrated Approach
6. Materials and Design, Second Edition: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design
7. The Science and Engineering of Materials
8. Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection (9th Edition)
9. Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials (5th Edition)
10. Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering
11. Mechanics of Materials For Dummies
12. Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering: An Integrated Approach
13. Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction
14. DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing
15. Mechanical Behavior of Materials (4th Edition)
• Heating and Cooling Load Estimating
• Sound and Vibration Guidelines
• Ventilation Rates for Indoor Air Quality
• Design Formulas and Conversion Factors
Very Useful for Engineering / Mechanical Students.
Covers almost all Mechanical words.
This is a list of Mechanical terms, including laboratory tools and equipment.
Alphabetical arrangements of each word for easy search.
Each word gives you proper definition / description.
Manufacturing engineering is a discipline of engineering dealing with different manufacturing practices and the research and development of systems, processes, machines, tools and equipment. Dealing with machines that turn raw materials to a new product.
This field also deals with the integration of different facilities and systems for producing quality products (with optimal expenditure) by applying the principles of physics and the results of manufacturing systems studies, such as the following:
Craft or Guild System
English system of manufacturing
American system of manufacturing
Soviet collectivism in manufacturing
Computer integrated manufacturing
Computer-aided technologies in manufacturing
Just in time manufacturing
A set of six-axis robots used for welding.
Manufacturing engineers develop and create physical artifacts, production processes, and technology. It is a very broad area which includes the design and development of products. The manufacturing engineering discipline has very strong overlaps with mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering, computer science, materials management, and operations management. Manufacturing engineers' success or failure directly impacts the advancement of technology and the spread of innovation. This field of engineering emerged in the mid to late 20th century, when industrialized countries introduced factories with:
1. Advanced statistical methods of quality control: These factories were pioneered by the American mathematician William Edwards Deming, who was initially ignored by his home country. The same methods of quality control later turned Japanese factories into world leaders in cost-effectiveness and production quality.
2. Industrial robots on the factory floor, introduced in the late 1970s: These computer-controlled welding arms and grippers could perform simple tasks such as attaching a car door quickly and flawlessly 24 hours a day. This cut costs and improved production speed.
Some of the engineering attributes/disciplines that are of importance to the automotive engineer:
Safety engineering: Safety engineering is the assessment of various crash scenarios and their impact on the vehicle occupants. These are tested against very stringent governmental regulations. Some of these requirements include: seat belt and air bag functionality, front and side impact testing, and resistance to rollover. Assessments are done with various methods and tools: Computer crash simulation (typically finite element analysis), crash test dummies, partial system sled and full vehicle crashes.
1.Mechatronics System Design
2.Robotics, Mechatronics, and Artificial Intelligence: Experimental Circuit Blocks for Designers
3.Mechatronics: An Integrated Approach
4.Modern Inertial Technology: Navigation, Guidance, and Control (Mechanical Engineering Series)
5.Introduction to Mechatronics & Measurement Systems
6.System Dynamics: Modeling, Simulation, and Control of Mechatronic Systems
7.Hard Disk Drive: Mechatronics and Control (Automation and Control Engineering)
9.Mechatronics: A Multidisciplinary Approach (4th Edition)
10.Mechatronics for the Evil Genius: 25 Build-it-Yourself Projects
11.Introduction to Mechatronics (Oxford Higher Education)
12.Precision Nanometrology: Sensors and Measuring Systems for Nanomanufacturing (Springer Series in Advanced Manufacturing)
13.Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming Robotopia
14.Manufacturing: Design, Production, Automation, and Integration (Manufacturing Engineering and Materials Processing)
15.Mechatronics: Principles and Applications
On completion of an applied engineering program, students will demonstrate the following management competencies that clearly distinguish them from traditional engineering graduates:
• Use appropriate statistical techniques in variable and attribute control charts and in sampling tables for continuous improvement.
• Evaluate and/or implement total quality systems in industry.
• Perform production scheduling, develop and monitor an inventory control system, utilize appropriate production planning techniques, and identify and exhibit key factors in project management.
• Exhibit knowledge of federal and state safety legislation and identify the role of management in an industrial safety program.
• Recognize, evaluate and control varied industrial health and safety hazards.
• Demonstrate knowledge of traditional management functions and practices, including applications and limitations of various management schemes.
• Solve problems in typical industrial organizations, work effectively in teams, and demonstrate knowledge of the managed area of an industrial enterprise.
• Apply business, marketing and economic principles to solve problems.
• Identify responsibility of supervision and management within various industries.
• Demonstrate communication skills, safe and efficient individual and group work habits, leadership within groups and an attitude of cooperation and tolerance.
Applied engineering students specialize with a technical area of study and blend hands-on process experience with theory. Examples of these technical specialties include: automation/robotics, aviation, computer aided drafting & design, electro-mechanical, electronics, construction, graphic communications, manufacturing, nanofabrication.
Applied engineers are employed in a large and wide-array of industries including: manufacturing, construction, transportation, healthcare, printing/publishing and distribution. They are responsible for implementing a design or process improvement. Although a degree in applied engineering is not considered a traditional design engineering degree (those eligible to sit for the Professional Engineering Examination), it is quite common for employers to hire applied engineering and technology graduates with the term "engineer" in their job titles. Examples of the use of Applied Engineering titles include: applications engineers, control engineers, manufacturing engineers, process engineers, product engineers, safety engineers, and sales engineers.
Graduates of applied engineering programs are frequently found in management positions due to their coursework, training and experience in economics, statistics, financial accounting, operations management, quality management, industrial safety, and supervision. Common management-related titles may also include: engineering managers, team leaders, plant managers, project managers, supervisors, technical managers.
Applied engineers are prepared to take an engineering design and see it through implementation and execution. They wear many hats in industry, commanding the necessary resources and personnel to contribute to an organization's bottom line.
- Analytic Geometry
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A must-have app for your smartphones and tablets.
Drilling engineers design and implement procedures to drill wells as safely and economically as possible. They work closely with the drilling contractor, service contractors, and compliance personnel, as well as with geologists and other technical specialists. The drilling engineer has the responsibility for ensuring that costs are minimized while getting information to evaluate the formations penetrated, protecting the health and safety of workers and other personnel, and protecting the environment.
The planning phases involved in drilling an oil or gas well typically involve estimating the value of sought reserves, estimating the costs to access reserves, acquiring property by a mineral lease, a geological survey, a well bore plan, and a layout of the type of equipment required to reach the depth of the well. Drilling engineers are in charge of the process of planning and drilling the wells. Their responsibilities include:
Designing well programs (e.g., casing sizes and setting depths) to prevent blowouts (uncontrolled well-fluid release) while allowing adequate formation evaluation.
Designing or contributing to the design of casing strings and cementing plans, directional drilling plans, drilling fluids programs, and drill string and drill bit programs.
Specifying equipment, material and ratings and grades to be used in the drilling process.
Providing technical support and audit during the drilling process.
Performing cost estimates and analysis.
Developing contracts with vendors.
Drilling engineers are often degreed as petroleum engineers, although they may come from other technical disciplines (e.g., mechanical engineering or geology) and subsequently be trained by an oil and gas company. They also may have practical experience as a rig hand or mudlogger or mud engineer.
ASME conferences feature sessions, papers and poster sessions presented on the latest research in engineering and mechanical engineering fields. Event organizers can use the ASME Itinerary Planner to provide announcements and bulletins throughout the conference, along with room changes and other updates.
Plan your schedule easily and have it with you at all times on your mobile device.
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THIS APPLICATION BASED ON DESIGN DATA BOOK.
RESULTS ARE 100% TESTED
YOU NEED TO SIMPLY SELECT THE CATEGORY & SUB-CATEGORY OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS, BY THE WAY YOU CAN FIND THE ACHIEVABLE SURFACE FINISH.
TYPES OF MANUFACTURING METHODS ARE:
1. SAND CASTING
2. PERMENANT MOULD
3. DIE CASTING
7. FLAME CUT
8. HACK SAW CUT
9. BANDSAW, CHIPPING
11. EMERY POLISH
12. SHOT BLAST
14. ABRASIVE BELT
15. FIBRE WHEEL BRUSHING
16. CLOTH BUFFING
17. SHELL MILLING
21. FACE MILLING
26. CENTRELESS GRINDING
27. INTERNAL GRINDING
28. SURFACE GRINDING
30. SUPER FINISHING
33. MILLING, SPIRAL, BEVEL
34. MILLING with FORM CUTTER
Simply Do 5 Steps to check tolerance value
1. ENTER YOUR BORE/SHAFT DIAMETER
2. CHOOSE THE TYPE OF FITS
3. CHOOSE THE QUALITY OF FITS
4. CHOOSE THE COMBINATION OF BORE & SHAFTS
5. PRESS ENTER TO CHECK YOUR BORE/SHAFT TOLERANCE VALUE