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Principles of Optics
The defect of optical images (the influence of aberrations) may be studied either by geometrical optics (appropriate when the aberrations are large), or by diffraction theory (when they are sufficiently small). Since one usually proceeds from quite different starting points in the two methods of treatments, a comparison of results has in the past not always been easy.
Fundamental Laws of Mechanics
The objective of this book is to draw the readers' attention to the basic laws of mechanics, that is, to the laws of motion and to laws of conservation of energy, momentum and angular momentum, as well as to show how these laws are to be applied in solving various scientific problems. At the same time author has excluded all things of minor importance in order to concentrate on questions which are hardest to comprehend.
Aircraft Airframe Structural Design
The book represents several decades of data collection, research, conversations with different airframe specialists, plus the author's more than twenty years' experience in airframe structural design. In addition, the text is partly based on the author's lecture (Structures Symposium of Airframe Design) for the Lockheed Extension Education Program (LEEP).
Design of Hardened Structures, Principles and Practices
This manual by original intent does not attempt to extend the theoretical frontiers per se. Rather, the intent is to select and apply existing theory and procedures so that the result is based upon the best available knowledge. The manual, therefore, draws liberally from the referenced sources. In some few cases (which are noted) portions of references were felt to be precisely suited to the discussion and are therefore included.
Rolling Element Bearings Analysis
Rolling-element bearings are a precision, yet simple, machine element of great utility. In this report we draw together the current understanding of rolling-element bearings.
Bearings and Their Lubrication
The tendency of modern machine design in many fields is toward the use of high speed shafts and spindles and friction reducing forms of bearings. Therefore the present seems a peculiarly fitting time to present these data with the purpose of making them permanently useful to engineers, designers, draftsmen and machinists; in fact to any one who is interested in any way with machinery bearings and their proper lubrication and care.
Design of Aerostatic Bearings
Aerostatic bearings have now become firmly established in such applications as precision grinding, micro hole drilling and a variety of instruments such as roundness measuring machines and turbine flowmeters for gases. They are being tried in an ever-increasing range of applications in machine tools, textile spindles and turbo-machinery.
Ball Bearings Design, Construction, and Mounting
Ball Bearings Design, Construction, and Mounting consists of an abstract a paper by Mr. Henry Hess, presented before the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Fundamentals of Machine Design, Volume III
Fundamentals of Machine Design, Volume III, P. Orlov, 271 Pages
Fundamentals of Machine Design, Volume II
Fundamentals of Machine Design, Volume II, P. Orlov, 207 Pages
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