EBOOK - Design of Machine Elements 3rd Edition (V. B. Bhandari)

This edition of Design Of Machine Elements has been revised and updated to introduce new topics and educational features. In this book, students can find several solved and unsolved questions for practice. In mechanical engineering, machine design has an important place as it contains technical information, new and creative ideas for the improvement of machines. Design of Machine Elements covers all the content, theories, definitions, and formulae etc. which are required while designing a machine. This textbook is according to the syllabus followed in various technical boards, professional examining bodies (such as Institute of Engineers), and universities.

There are twenty five chapters in this book describing and explaining every procedure and consideration required while designing a machine. Students preparing for competitive exams such as GATE and UPSC can also refer to this book for help.

In each chapter, there is an introduction explaining the chapter and its functions theoretically followed by charts, formulae, illustrations, solved, and unsolved problems. Also included are isometric and free-body diagrams of the machine for better understanding wherever required. Numerical examples are solved methodically so that student can understand procedure of the design. All units used in this book are according to Indian standards. The third edition of this book was published by Tata McGraw Hills Education in 2010. It is available in paperback.


1. Introduction 2. Engineering Materials 3. Manufacturing Consideration in Design 4. Design Against Static Load 5. Design Against Fluctuating Load 6. Power Screws 7. Threaded Joints 8. Riveted and Welded Joints 9. Shafts, Keys and Couplings 10. Springs 11. Friction Clutches 12. Brakes 13. Belt Drives 14. Chain Drives 15. Rolling Contact Bearings 16. Sliding Contact Bearings 17. Spur Gears 18. Helical Gears 19. Bevel Gears 20. Worm Gears 21. Flywheel 22. Cylinders and Pressure Vessels 23. Miscellaneous Machine Elements 24. Statistical Considerations in Design 25. Design of Engine Components


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