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Joints in Polymeric Composites
Bolted and Bonded Joints in Polymeric Composites. In aerospace structures, the selection of the methods for joining individual parts can be critical to reliability, durability, supportability, initial and in-service costs.
Advanced Composites Design and Applications
A technical understanding of the structural characteristics of composite materials and the critical issues in aircraft structural component development have been simultaneously generated. It is established that the strengthening concept, structural characteristics, and fabrication techniques are distinct from metals. These differences and the resultant structural implications are the subject of this lecture.
Fibrous Composites Design and Analysis
For the design of machines and mechanisms in various branches of modern engineering (in particular, when high temperatures, high speeds, high pressure, etc. are applied), we need new materials with many different, even contradictory properties, depending on the specifications of the designer.
Theory of Mechanisms and Machines
The theory of mechanisms and machines is the first branch of technical science, a study of which is essential! for successful activity in the sphere of mechanical engineering, and is the basis of the education of specialists in this field.
Workhead Mechanisms Part 6 , Automated Assembling
Workhead used for injecting liquid into ampoules and then, if necessary, creating an inert atmosphere in the ampoules prior to the sealing operation.
Workhead Mechanisms Part 5 , Automated Assembling
This cam actuated mechanism provides a solution to the problem of folding and closing four end flaps of a pre-formed carton.
Workhead Mechanisms Part 4 , Automated Assembling
The winding former, upon which is mounted the field coil as shown on page 1 of the drawing, is placed in position, on the main body, Positioning is achieved by inserting the two pins protruding from the former into two holes contained in the main body. The former is retained in position by spring-loaded detents acting on the two pins.
Workhead Mechanisms Part 3 , Automated Assembling
This example Illustrates a workhead performing a somewhat unusual function. The complete diaphragm assembly consists of a leather diaphragm, an outer ring and two sealing rings.
Workhead Mechanisms Part 2 , Automated Assembling
The function of a workhead mechanism Is to perform repeatedly a given manufacturing task during which parts or fasteners may be fed to the powered head to enable the operation to be carried out. For this purpose, the parts are supplied in a fully orientated manner from ducting, a magazine, or positioned in a work carrier.
Optimal Design of Disc Cam Mechanisms
The present approach is based on only kinematic constraints. Two main kinematic constraints taken into account are (i) the maximum value of the pressure angle and (ii) the minimum value of the radius of curvature.
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