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# Theory of Machines

“Theory of Machines” is designed mainly for the students of mechanical engineering. It focuses on recent developments on the new mechanisms in the field of kinematics. The text seamlessly combines its 40 year experience with the latest methods to be used by students to understand definitions and problems that are solved using elementary methods. The book covers the entire syllabus with a holistic approach. Contents such as the Kinematics of Motion, Kinetics of Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion, Simple Mechanisms, Velocity in Mechanisms, Turning Moment Diagrams and Flywheel, Steam Engine Valves and Reversing Gears, Torsional Vibrations, Computer Aided Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms and Automatic Control formed an important part and have been explained very well.”

Language: English

Pages: 76

Author: Er. Ashwani Kumar

Price: Free

## Outlines of Theory of Machines

Module 1. Introduction to Theory of Machine

Lesson 1. Introduction of Theory of Machine

Module 2. Planar Mechanism

Lesson 2. Planer Mechanism

Lesson 3. Degree of Freedom

Lesson 4. Four Bar Mechanism

Module 3. Velocity and Acceleration Analysis

Lesson 5. Machine elements

Lesson 6. Slider Crank Mechanism Analysis

Lesson 7. Aronhold-Kennedy Theorem

Lesson 8. Acceleration Analysis

Lesson 9. Gear

Lesson 10. Helical Gear

Lesson 11. Non-Intersecting And Non-Parallel (Skew Shafts)

Lesson 12. fundamental law of gearing

Lesson 13. TYPES OF GEAR TRAINS

Lesson 14. epicyclic train

Lesson 15. Numerical

Lesson 16 BELT, ROPS AND CHAIN DRIVE

Lesson 17. TYPES OF FLAT BELT DRIVES

Lesson 18. SLIP OF BELT DRIVES

Lesson 19. VEE-BELT DRIVES

Lesson 20. Numerical

Lesson 21. Numerical

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