"The CRC Handbook of Mechanical Engineering" ed. by Frank Kreith, D. Yogi Goswami

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"The CRC Handbook of Mechanical Engineering" ed. by Frank Kreith, D. Yogi Goswami
Second Edition. Handbook Series for Mechanical Engineering
СRС Prеss | 2005 | ISBN: 0849308666 9780849308666 | 2509 pages | PDF | 29 MB
This reference has been updated for the 21st century, providing complete coverage of classic engineering issues as well as groundbreaking new subject areas. The second edition covers every important aspect of the subject in a single volume. It continues the mission of the first edition in providing the practicing engineer in industry, government, and academia with relevant background and up-to-date information on the most important topics of modern mechanical engineering.

Coverage of traditional topics has been updated, including sections on thermodynamics, solid and fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, materials, controls, energy conversion, manufacturing and design, robotics, environmental engineering, economics and project management, patent law, and transportation.
Updates to these sections include new references and information on computer technology related to the topics.

This edition also includes coverage of new topics such as nanotechnology, MEMS, electronic packaging, global climate change, electric and hybrid vehicles, and bioengineering.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Mechanics of Solids Bela I. Sandor
1.1 Introduction Bela I. Sandor
1.2 Statics Bela I. Sandor and Ryan Roloff
1.3 Dynamics Stephen M. Birn and Bela I. Sandor
1.4 Vibrations Bela I. Sandor and Stephen M. Birn
1.5 Mechanics of Materials Bela I. Sandor, Stephen M. Birn, and Michael L. Brown
1.6 Structural Integrity and Durability Bela I. Sandor
1.7 Comprehensive Example of Using Mechanics of Solids Methods Bela I. Sandor
Chapter 2 Engineering Thermodynamics Michael J. Moran
2.1 Fundamentals Michael J. Moran
2.2 Control Volume Applications Michael J. Moran
2.3 Property Relations and Data Michael J. Moran
2.4 Combustion Michael J. Moran
2.5 Exergy Analysis Michael J. Moran
2.6 Vapor and Gas Power Cycles Michael J. Moran
2.7 Guidelines for Improving Thermodynamic Effectiveness Michael J. Moran
Chapter 3 Fluid Mechanics Frank Kreith
3.1 Fluid Statics Stanley A. Berger
3.2 Equations of Motion and Potential Flow Stanley A. Berger
3.3 Similitude: Dimensional Analysis and Data Correlation Stuart W. Churchill
3.4 Hydraulics of Pipe Systems J. Paul Tullis and Blake P. Tullis
3.5 Open Channel Flow Frank M. White
3.6 External Incompressible Flows Alan T. McDonald
3.7 Compressible Flow Ajay Kumar and Jessica Todd
3.8 Multiphase Flow John C. Chen
3.9 New-Newtonian Flows Thomas F. Irvine Jr. and Massimo Capobianchi
3.10 Tribology, Lubrication, and Bearing Design Francis E. Kennedy, E. Richard Booser, and Donald F. Wilcock
3.11 Pumps and Fans Robert F. Boehm
3.12 Liquid Atomization and Spraying Rolf D. Reitz
3.13 Flow Measurement Jungho Kim, Alan T. McDonald, and Sherif A. Sherif
3.14 Pressure Measurement Jungho Kim
3.15 Micro/Nanotribology Bharat Bhushan
Chapter 4 Heat and Mass Transfer Frank Kreith
4.1 Conduction Heat Transfer Robert F. Boehm
4.2 Convection Heat Transfer George D. Raithby,
K.G. Terry Hollands, and N.V. Suryanarayana
4.3 Radiation Michael F. Modest
4.4 Phase-Change Van P. Carey, John C. Chen, and Noam Lior
4.5 Heat Exchangers Ramesh K. Shah and Kenneth J. Bell
4.6 Temperature and Heat Transfer Measurements Robert J. Moffat and Jungho Kim
4.7 Mass Transfer Anthony F. Mills
4.8 Applications Arthur E. Bergles, Anthony F. Mills, Larry W. Swanson, and Vincent W. Antonetti
4.9 Non-Newtonian Fluids — Heat Transfer Thomas F. Irvine, Jr. and Massimo Capobianchi
4.10 Bioheat Transfer Kenneth R. Diller, Jonathan W. Valvano, and John A. Pearce
Chapter 5 Electrical Engineering Giorgio Rizzoni
5.1 Introduction Giorgio Rizzoni
5.2 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits Giorgio Rizzoni
5.3 Resistive Network Analysis Giorgio Rizzoni
5.4 AC Network Analysis Giorgio Rizzoni
5.5 AC Power Giorgio Rizzoni
5.6 Frequency Response, Filters, and Transient Analysis Giorgio Rizzoni
5.7 Electronics Giorgio Rizzoni
5.8 Power Electronics Giorgio Rizzoni
5.9 Operational Amplifiers Giorgio Rizzoni
5.10 Digital Circuits Giorgio Rizzoni
5.11 Measurements and Instrumentation Giorgio Rizzoni
5.12 Electromechanical Systems Giorgio Rizzoni
Chapter 6 Mechanical System Controls Jan F. Kreider
6.1 Human–Machine Interaction Thomas B. Sheridan
6.2 The Need for Control of Mechanical Systems Peter S. Curtiss
6.3 Control System Analysis Peter S. Curtiss
6.4 Control System Design and Application Peter S. Curtiss
6.5 Advanced Control Topics Peter S. Curtiss, Jan Kreider, Ronald M. Nelson, and Shou-Heng Huang
6.6 Control of Distributed Generation Technologies Peter S. Curtiss and Jan F. Kreider
Chapter 7 Energy Resouces D. Yogi Goswami
7.1 Introduction D. Yogi Goswami
7.2 Types of Derived Energy D. Yogi Goswami
7.3 Fossil Fuels Robert Reuther, Richard Bajura, and Philip C. Crouse
7.4 Biomass Energy Ralph P. Overend and Lynn L. Wright
7.5 Nuclear Resources James S. Tulenko
7.6 Solar Energy Resources D. Yogi Goswami
7.7 Wind Energy Resources Dale E. Berg
7.8 Geothermal Energy Joel L. Renner and Marshall J. Reed
Chapter 8 Energy Conversion D. Yogi Goswami
8.1 Steam Power Plant John Kern
8.2 Gas Turbines Steven I. Freedman
8.3 Internal Combustion Engines David E. Klett and Elsayed M. Afify
8.4 Hydraulic Turbines Roger E.A. Arndt
8.5 Stirling Engines William B. Stine
8.6 Advanced Fossil Fuel Power Systems Anthony F. Armor
8.7 Energy Storage Chand K. Jotshi and D. Yogi Goswami
8.8 Nuclear Power Roberto Pagano and James S. Tulenko
8.9 Nuclear Fusion Thomas E. Shannon
8.10 Solar Thermal Energy Conversion D. Yogi Goswami
8.11 Wind Energy Conversion Dale E. Berg
8.12 Energy Conversion of the Geothermal Resource Carl J. Bliem and Gregory L. Mines
8.13 Direct Energy Conversion Kitt C. Reinhardt, D. Yogi Goswami, Mysore L. Ramalingam, Jean-Pierre Fleurial, and William D. Jackson
8.14 Ocean Energy Technology Desikan Bharathan and Federica Zangrando
8.15 Combined-Cycle Power Plants Alex Lezuo
Chapter 9 Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Herbert A. Ingley and Shan K. Wang
9.1 Introduction Shan K. Wang
9.2 Psychrometrics Shan K. Wang
9.3 Air-Conditioning Processes and Cycles Shan K. Wang
9.4 Refrigerants and Refrigeration Cycles Shan K. Wang
9.5 Outdoor Design Conditions and Indoor Design Criteria Shan K. Wang
9.6 Principles of Load Calculations Ari Rabl and Peter S. Curtiss
9.7 Air Handling Units and Packaged Units Shan K. Wang
9.8 Refrigeration Components and Evaporative Coolers Shan K. Wang
9.9 Water Systems Herbert A. Ingley and Shan K. Wang
9.10 Heating Systems Shan K. Wang
9.11 Refrigeration Systems Herbert A. Ingley and Shan K. Wang
9.12 Thermal Storage Systems Shan K. Wang
9.13 Air System Basics Shan K. Wang
9.14 Absorption System Shan K. Wang
9.15 Air-Conditioning Systems and Selection Shan K. Wang
9.16 Desiccant Dehumidification and Air-Conditioning Zalman Lavan
Chapter 10 Transportation Frank Kreith
10.1 Transportation Planning Michael D. Meyer
10.2 Design of Transportation Facilities John Leonard II and Michael D. Meyer
10.3 Operations and Environmental Impacts Michael D. Meyer, Paul W. Shuldiner, and Kenneth B. Black
10.4 Transportation Systems Paul Schonfeld
10.5 Alternative Fuels for Motor Vehicles Paul Norton and Wendy Clark
10.6 Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Iqbal Husain
10.7 Intelligent Transportation Systems Sumit Ghosh
Chapter 11 Engineering Design Ashok V. Kumar
11.1 Introduction Ashok V. Kumar
11.2 Elements of the Design Process Nam P. Suh
11.3 Design Tools Ashok V. Kumar
11.4 Structural Design Criteria Nagaraj K. Arakere
11.5 Design Optimization Nam Ho Kim
Chapter 12 Materials Bhuvenesh C. Goswami
12.1 Metals Victor A. Greenhut
12.2 Polymers James D. Idol and Richard L. Lehman
12.3 Adhesives Richard L. Lehman
12.4 Wood Daniel J. Strange
12.5 Portland Cement Concrete Steven H. Kosmatka
12.6 Composites Bhuvenesh C. Goswami, Weiping Wang, R. Allan Ridilla, Mathew B. Buczek, Richard L. Lehman, and Daniel J. Strange
12.7 Ceramics and Glass Richard L. Lehman, Daniel J. Strange, and William F. Fischer, III
Chapter 13 Modern Manufacturing Scott Smith
13.1 Introduction Scott Smith
13.2 Unit Manufacturing and Assembly Processes Robert E. Schafrik, Steven Y. Liang, Trevor D. Howes, John Webster, ...
13.3 Essential Elements in Manufacturing Processes and Equipment John Fildes, Yoram Koren, M. Tomizuka, and Kam Lau
13.4 Design and Analysis Tools in Manufacturing David C. Anderson, Tien-Chien Chang, Hank Grant, Tien-I. Liu
13.5 Rapid Prototyping Takeo Nakagawa
13.6 Underlying Paradigms in Manufacturing Systems and Enterprise Management for the 21st Century H. E. Cook and Chris Wang
13.7 Electronics Manufacturing: Processes, Optimization, and Control Roop L. Mahajan
Chapter 14 Robotics Frank Lewis
14.1 Introduction Frank Lewis
14.2 Commercial Robot Manipulators John M. Fitzgerald
14.3 Robot Configurations Ian D. Walker
14.4 End Effectors and Tooling Mark R. Cutkosky and Peter McCormick
14.5 Sensors and Actuators Kok-Meng Lee
14.6 Robot Programming Languages — Robot Systems Stephen Wood
14.7 Robot Dynamics and Control Frank L. Lewis
14.8 Planning and Intelligent Control Chen Zhou
14.9 Design of Robotic Systems Kok-Meng Lee
14.10 Robot Manufacturing Applications John W. Priest and G. T. Stevens, Jr.
14.11 Industrial Material Handling and Process Applications of Robots John M. Fitzgerald
14.12 Mobile, Flexible-Link, and Parallel-Link Robots Kai Liu
Chapter 15 MEMS Technology Mohamed Gad-el-Hak
15.1 Introduction Mohamed Gad-el-Hak
15.2 MEMS Technology and Its Applications Mohamed Gad-el-Hak
15.3 Microscale Manufacturing Processes Marc J. Madou and Hong Zhou
15.4 MEMS Packaging Liang-Yu Chen and Phillip J. Zulueta
15.5 Reliability and MEMS Srihari Rajgopal, Christian A. Zorman, Darrin J. Young, and Mehran Mehregany
15.6 Fluid Flow in Microdevices Mohamed Gad-el-Hak
15.7 Solid Mechanics of Microdevices Fernando Bitsie, C. Channy Wong, Andrew D. Oliver, and David W. Plummer
Chapter 16 Environmental Engineering Ari Rabl and Jan F. Kreider
16.1 Introduction Ari Rabl and Jan F. Kreider
16.2 Benchmarks and Reference Conditions Ari Rabl, Nevis Cook, Ronald R. Hewitt Cohen, and Tissa Illangasekare
16.3 Sources of Pollution and Regulations Jan F. Kreider, Nevis Cook, Tissa Illangasekare, and Ronald R. Hewitt Cohen
16.4 Regulations and Emission Standards Nevis Cook, Ronald R. Hewitt Cohen, and Jan F. Kreider
16.5 Mitigation of Water and Air Pollution Jan F. Kreider, Nevis Cook, and Ronald R. Hewitt Cohen
16.6 Environmental Modeling Paolo Zannetti, Tissa Illangasekare, Ronald R. Hewitt Cohen, Nevis Cook, Ari Rabl, and Peter S. Curtiss
16.7 Global Climate Change John Firor
Chapter 17 Engineering Economics and Project Management Chan S. Park and Donald D. Tippett
17.1 Engineering Economic Decisions Chan S. Park
17.2 Establishing Economic Equivalence Chan S. Park
17.3 Measures of Project Worth Chan S. Park
17.4 Cash Flow Projections Chan S. Park
17.5 Sensitivity and Risk Analysis Chan S. Park
17.6 Design Economics Chan S. Park
17.7 Project Management Donald D. Tippett
Chapter 18 Nanotechnology Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.1 Introduction Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.2 Applications of Engineering Biomimetics in Nanomachines Prototyping Sergey Edward Lyshevski.
18.3 Nanomachines Synthesis and Classification Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.4 Synthesis, Design and Analysis of Nanomachines Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.5 Synchronous Reluctance Nanomachines Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.6 Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Nanomachines Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.7 Induction Nanomachines Sergey Edward Lyshevski
18.8 Conclusions Sergey Edward Lyshevski
Chapter 19 Mathematics William F. Ames and George Cain
19.1 Tables
19.2 Linear Algebra and Matrices George Cain
19.3 Vector Algebra and Calculus George Cain
19.4 Difference Equations William F. Ames
19.5 Differential Equations William F. Ames
19.6 Integral Equations William F. Ames
19.7 Approximation Methods William F. Ames
19.8 Integral Transforms William F. Ames
19.9 Calculus of Variations William F. Ames
19.10 Optimization Methods George Cain
19.11 Engineering Statistics Y. L. Tong
19.12 Numerical Methods William F. Ames
19.13 Experimental Uncertainty Analysis W.G. Steele and H.W. Coleman
19.14 Chaos R. L. Kautz
19.15 Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic Dan M. Frangopol
Chapter 20 Patent Law and Miscellaneous Topics Frank Kreith
20.1 Patents and Other Intellectual Property Thomas H. Young
20.2 Product Liability and Safety George A. Peters
20.3 Biomechanics B. Johan Ivarsson, Jeff R. Crandall, Gregory W. Hall, and Walter D. Pilkey
20.4 Mechanical Engineering Codes and Standards Michael Merker
20.5 Optics Roland Winston and Walter T. Welford
20.6 Water Desalination Noam Lior
20.7 Noise Control Malcolm J. Crocker
20.8 Lighting Technology Barbara Atkinson, Andrea Denver, Robert Clear, and James E. McMahon
Appendices Paul Norton
A. Properties of Gases and Vapors
B. Properties of Liquids
C. Properties of Solids
D. Gases and Vapors
E. Miscellaneous

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