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Fundamentals of Machine Design, Volume II
P. Orlov
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Preface

Chapter 1 . Tightened Conneutions
1.1. Unloaded Connections .
1.2. Loaded Connections

Chapter 2 . Press-Fitted Connections
2.1 Press (Drive) Fits
2.2 Strength of PressFitted Connections.
2.3 Selection of Fits
2.4 Calculation Diagrams
2.5 Probability Calculations for Press-Fitted Connections .
2.6 Press-Fitting with Heating or Cooling of Parts
2.7 Pressed Connections with Electrodeposited Coatings . .
2.8 Design of Pressed Connections .
2.9 Conical Fits
2.10 Serrated Connections
2.11Glued Connections

Chapter 3 . Centring Connections
3.1. Design Rules

Chapter 4 . Screwed Connections
4.1. Longitudinal and Transverse Location of Parts in Screwed Connections
4.2. Centring in Screwed Connections.
4.3. Design Rules
4.4. Reinforcement of Fastening Joints

Chapter 5. Flanged Connections
5.1. Alignment of Flanges
5.2. Machining the End Faces df Fastening Holes
5.3. Diameter and Spacing of Bolts
5.4. Three-Flange Joints
5.5. Conical Flange Joints

Chapter 6. General Principles which Should Be Followed when Designing
Units and Parts
6.1. Unification of Design Elements
6.2. Unification of Parts
6.3. Principle of Unitization
6.4. Elimination of Adjustments
6.5. Rationalization of Power Schemes
6.6. Compensators
6.7. Torsion Bars
6.8. Floating Cross-Sliding Couplings
6.9. Elimination and Reduction of Bending.
6.10. Elimination of Deformation Due to Tightening
6.11. Design Compactness
6.12. Combining Design Functions
6.14. Uniform Loading of Supports
6.15. Self-Alignment Principle
6.16. Cambering
6.17. Effect of Elasticity upon Load Distribution.
6.18. Fitting to Several Surfaces
6.19. Tightening Up on Two Surfaces
6.20. Axial Fixing of Parts
6.21. Control of Direction
6.22. Mounting Surfaces
6.23. Butt-Jointing on Intersecting Surfaces
6.24. Interchangeability of Rapidly Wearing Parts
6.25. Accuracy of the Alignment of Parts
6.26. Relief of Precision Mechanisms
6.27. Coupling Parts Made from Hard an> Soft Materials . . .
6.28. Elimination of Local Weak Spots
6.29. Strengthening of Deformable Areas
6.30. Composite Constructions
6.31. Shoulders
6.32. Chamfers and Fillets .

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