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Fundamentals of Machine Design, Volume III
P. Orlov
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Chapter 1. Assembly
1.1 Axial and Radial Assembly
1.2 independent Disassembly
1.3 Successive Assembly
1.4 Withdrawal Facilities
1.5 Dismantling of Flanges
1.6 Assembly locations
1.7 Prevention of Wrong Assembly
1.8 Access of Assembly Tools
1.9 Rigging Devices
1.10 Spur Gear Drive
1.11 Bevel Gear Drives
1.12 Spur-and-Bevel Gear Drives

Chapter 2 Convenience in Maintenance and Operation
2.1. Facilitating Assembly and Disassembly
2.2. Protection Against Damage
2.3. Interlocking Devices
2.4. External Appearance and Finish of Machines

Chapter 3 Designing Cast Members
3.1 Wall Thickness and Strength of Castings
3.2 Molding
3.3 Simplification of Casting shapes
3.4 Separation of Castings into Parts
3.5 Molding Drafts
3.6 Shrinkage
3.7 Internal Stresses.
3.8 Simultaneous Solidification
3.9 Directional Solidification
3.10 Design Rules
3.11 Casting and Machining Locations
3.12 Variations in Casting Dimensions and Their Effect on the Design of Castings
3.13 Dimensioning

Chapter 4 Design of Parts to Be Machined
4.1 Cutting Down the Amount of Machining
4.2. Press Forging and Forming
4.3. Composite Structures
4.4. Elimination of Superfluously Accurate Machining
4.5 Through-pass
4.6: Over travel of Cutting Tools
4.7, Approach to Cutting Tools
4.8. Separation of Surfaces to be Machining to Different Conditions
4.9. Making the Shape of Parts Conformable to Machining Conditions
4.10. Separation of Rough Surfaces From Surfaces to be Machined
4.12, Joint Machining of Assembled Parts
4.13. Transferring Profile Forming Elements to Male Parts
4.14. Contour Milling
4.15. Chamfering of Form Surfaces
4.16. Machining of Sunk Surfaces.
4.17. Machining of Bosses in Housings
4.18. Microgeometry of Frictional End Surfaces
4.19. Elimination of Unilateral Pressure by Cutting Tools
4.20. Elimination of Deformations Caused by Cutting Tools
4.21. Joint Machining of Parts of Cutting Tools
4.22. Shock less Operation of Cutting Tools
4.23. Machining of Holes
4.24. Reduction of the Range of CUtting Tools
4.25. Center Holes
4.26. Measurement of Datum Surfaces
4.27. Increasing the Efficiency of Machining
4.28 Multiple Machining

Chapter 5 . Welded joints
5.1. Types of welded joints
5.2. Welds shown on drawings
5.3. Drawings of Welded Joints
5.4. Design Rules
5.5. Increasing the STrength of Welded Joints
5.6. Joints Formed by Resistance Welding
5.7. Welding0on of Pipes
5.8.Welding-on of Flanges
5.9. Welding-on of Bushings
5.10. Welding-on of Bars
5.11.Welded Frames
5.12. Welded Truss Joints

Chapter 6 Riveted Joints
6.1 Hot Riveting
6.2 Cold Riveting
6.3 Rivet Materials
6.4 Types of Riveted joints
6.5 Types of Rivets
6.6 Design of Relative Proportions
6.7 Heading Allowances
6.8 Design Rules
6.9 Strengthen of Riveted Joints
6.10 SOlid Rivets
6.11 Tubular Rivets
6.12 Thin-Walled Tubular Rivets

6.13 Blind Rivets
6.14 SPecial Rivets
6.15 Riveting of THin SHeets

Chapter 7 Fastening by Cold Plastic Deformation Method
7.1 Fastening of Bushings
7.2 Fastening of Bars
7.3 Fastening of Axles and Pins
7.4 Connection of Cylindrical Pins
7.5 Fastening of Parts on Surfaces
7.6 Swaging Down of Annular Parts on Shafts
7.7 Fastening of Plugs
7.8 Fastening of Flanges to Pipes
7.9 Fastening by Means of Lugs
7.11 Various Connections
7.12 Seaming

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