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The CRC handbook of mechanical engineering / ed. by Frank K., Yogi G.D. - 2nd ed. - Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2004. - 2688 p. - (Handbook Series for Mechanical Engineering). - ISBN 0-8493-0866-6.
 
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Chapter 1  Mechanics of Solids  Bela I.Sandor
     1.1   Introduction  Bela I.Sandor ....................................... 1-1
     1.2   Statics  Bela I.Sandor and Ryan Roloff ............................ 1-2
     1.3   Dynamics  Stephen M.Birn and Bela I.Sandor ....................... 1-29
     1.4   Vibrations  Bela I.Sandor and Stephen M.Birn ..................... 1-55
     1.5   Mechanics of Materials  Bela I.Sandor, Stephen M.Birn,
           and Michael L.Brown .............................................. 1-65
     1.6   Structural Integrity and Durability  Bela I.Sandor .............. 1-103
     1.7   Comprehensive Example of Using Mechanics of Solids Methods
           Bela I.Sandor ................................................... 1-124

Chapter 2  Engineering Thermodynamics  Michael J.Moran
     2.1   Fundamentals  Michael J.Moran ..................................... 2-2
     2.2   Control Volume Applications  Michael J.Moran ..................... 2-13
     2.3   Property Relations and Data  Michael J.Moran ..................... 2-21
     2.4   Combustion  Michael G.Moran ...................................... 2-55
     2.5   Exergy Analysis  Michael J.Moran ................................. 2-65
     2.6   Vapor and Gas Power Cycles  Michael J.Moran ...................... 2-74
     2.7   Guidelines for Improving Thermodynamic Effectiveness
           Michael J.Moran .................................................. 2-81

Chapter 3  Fluid Mechanics  Frank Kreith
     3.1   Fluid Statics  Stanley A.Berger ................................... 3-2
     3.2   Equations of Motion and Potential Flow  Stanley A.Berger .......... 3-9
     3.3   Similitude: Dimensional Analysis and Data Correlation
           Stuart W.Churchill ............................................... 3-25
     3.4   Hydraulics of Pipe Systems  J.Paul Tullis and Blake P.Tullis ..... 3-40
     3.5   Open Channel Flow  Frank M.White ................................. 3-66
     3.6   External Incompressible Flows  Alan T.McDonald ................... 3-74
     3.7   Compressible Flow  Ajay Kumar and Jessica Todd ................... 3-84
     3.8   Multiphase Flow  John C.Chen .................................... 3-101
     3.9   New-Newtonian Flows  Thomas F.Irvine Jr. and
           Massimo Capobianchi ............................................. 3-116
     3.10  Tribology, Lubrication, and Bearing Design  Francis E.Kennedy,
           E.Richard Booser, and Donald F.Wilcock .......................... 3-129
     3.11  Pumps and Fans  Robert F.Boehm .................................. 3-170
     3.12  Liquid Atomization and Spraying  Rolf D.Reitz ................... 3-182
     3.13  Flow Measurement  Jungho Kim, Alan T.McDonald, and
           Sherif A.Sherif ................................................. 3-191
     3.14  Pressure Measurement  Jungho Kim ................................ 3-218
     3.15  Micro/Nanotribology  Bharat Bhushan ............................. 3-222

Chapter 4  Heat and Mass Transfer  Frank Kreith
     4.1   Conduction Heat Transfer  Robert F.Boehm .......................... 4-2
     4.2   Convection Heat Transfer  George D.Raithby,
           K.G.Terry Hollands, and N.V.Suryanarayana ........................ 4-13
     4.3   Radiation  Michael F.Modest ...................................... 4-55
     4.4   Phase-Change  Van P.Carey, John C.Chen, and Noam Lior ............ 4-81
     4.5   Heat Exchangers  Ramesh K.Shah and Kenneth J.Bell ............... 4-116
     4.6   Temperature and Heat Transfer Measurements
           Robert J.Moffat and Jungho Kim .................................. 4-174
     4.7   Mass Transfer  Anthony F.Mills .................................. 4-199
     4.8   Applications  Arthur E.Bergles, Anthony F.Mills,
           Larry W.Swanson, and Vincent W.Antonetti ........................ 4-231
     4.9   Non-Newtonian Fluids — Heat Transfer
           Thomas F.Irvine, Jr. and Massimo Capobianchi .................... 4-269
     4.10  Bioheat Transfer  Kenneth R.Diller, Jonathan W.Valvano,
           and John A.Pearce ............................................... 4-278

Chapter 5  Electrical Engineering  Giorgio Rizzoni
     5.1   Introduction  Giorgio Rizzoni ..................................... 5-2
     5.2   Fundamentals of Electric Circuits  Giorgio Rizzoni ................ 5-2
     5.3   Resistive Network Analysis  Giorgio Rizzoni ...................... 5-16
     5.4   AC Network Analysis  Giorgio Rizzoni ............................. 5-23
     5.5   AC Power  Giorgio Rizzoni ........................................ 5-37
     5.6   Frequency Response, Filters, and Transient Analysis
           Giorgio Rizzoni .................................................. 5-52
     5.7   Electronics  Giorgio Rizzoni ..................................... 5-63
     5.8   Power Electronics  Giorgio Rizzoni ............................... 5-87
     5.9   Operational Amplifiers  Giorgio Rizzoni .......................... 5-99
     5.10  Digital Circuits  Giorgio Rizzoni ............................... 5-116
     5.11  Measurements and Instrumentation  Giorgio Rizzoni ............... 5-148
     5.12  Electromechanical Systems  Giorgio Rizzoni ...................... 5-178

Chapter 6  Mechanical System Controls  Jan F.Kreider
     6.1   Human-Machine Interaction  Thomas B.Sheridan ...................... 6-1
     6.2   The Need for Control of Mechanical Systems
           Peter S.Curtiss .................................................. 6-14
     6.3   Control System Analysis  Peter S.Curtiss ......................... 6-17
     6.4   Control System Design and Application  Peter S.Curtiss ........... 6-21
     6.5   Advanced Control Topics  Peter S.Curtiss, Jan Kreider,
           Ronald M.Nelson, and Shou-Heng Huang ............................. 6-28
     6.6   Control of Distributed Generation Technologies
           Peter S.Curtiss and Jan F.Kreider ................................ 6-42

Chapter 7  Energy Resouces  D.Yogi Goswami
     7.1   Introduction  D.Yogi Goswami ...................................... 7-2
     7.2   Types of  Derived Energy  D.Yogi Goswami .......................... 7-3
     7.3   Fossil Fuels  Robert Reutherl, Richard Bajura, and
           Philip C.Crouse ................................................... 7-5
     7.4   Biomass Energy  Ralph P.Overend and Lynn L.Wright ................ 7-28
     7.5   Nuclear Resources  James S.Tulenko ............................... 7-44
     7.6   Solar Energy Resources  D.Yogi Goswami ........................... 7-46
     7.7   Wind Energy Resources  Dale E.Berg ............................... 7-54
     7.8   Geothermal Energy  Joel L.Renner and Marshall J.Reed ............. 7-60

Chapter 8  Energy Conversion  D.Yogi Goswami
     8.1   Steam Power Plant  John Kern ...................................... 8-2
     8.2   Gas Turbines  Steven I.Freedman .................................. 8-18
     8.3   Internal Combustion Engines  David E.Klett and
           Elsayed M.Afify .................................................. 8-30
     8.4   Hydraulic Turbines  Roger E.A.Arndt .............................. 8-54
     8.5   Stirling Engines  William B.Stine ................................ 8-71
     8.6   Advanced Fossil Fuel Power Systems  Anthony F.Armor .............. 8-81
     8.7   Energy Storage  Chand K.Jotshi and D.Yogi Goswami ............... 8-108
     8.8   Nuclear Power  Roberto Pagano and James S.Tulenko ............... 8-114
     8.9   Nuclear Fusion  Thomas E.Shannon ................................ 8-121
     8.10  Solar Thermal Energy Conversion  D.Yogi Goswami ................. 8-125
     8.11  Wind Energy Conversion  Dale E.Berg ............................. 8-135
     8.12  Energy Conversion of the Geothermal Resource
           Carl J.Bliem and Gregory L.Mines ................................ 8-150
     8.13  Direct Energy Conversion  Kitt C.Reinhardt,
           D.Yogi Goswami, Mysore L.Ramalingam, Jian-Pierre Fleurial,
           and William D.Jackson ........................................... 8-157
     8.14  Ocean Energy Technology  Desikan Bharathan and
           Federica Zangrando .............................................. 8-194
     8.15  Combined-Cycle Power Plants  Alex Lezuo ......................... 8-197

Chapter 9  Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
             Herbert A.Ingley and Shan K.Wang
     9.1   Introduction  Shan K.Wang ......................................... 9-2
     9.2   Psychrometrics  Shan K.Wang ....................................... 9-9
     9.3   Air-Conditioning Processes and Cycles  Shan K.Wang ............... 9-15
     9.4   Refrigerants and Refrigeration Cycles  Shan K.Wang ............... 9-30
     9.5   Outdoor Design Conditions and Indoor Design Criteria
           Shan K.Wang ...................................................... 9-44
     9.6   Principles of Load Calculations  Ari Rabl and
           Peter S.Curtiss .................................................. 9-48
     9.7   Air Handling Units and Packaged Units  Shan K.Wang ............... 9-65
     9.8   Refrigeration Components and Evaporative Coolers
           Shan K.Wang ...................................................... 9-75
     9.9   Water Systems  Herbert A.Ingley and Shan K.Wang .................. 9-86
     9.10  Heating Systems  Shan K.Wang ..................................... 9-90
     9.11  Refrigeration Systems  Herbert A.Ingley and Shan K.Wang .......... 9-96
     9.12  Thermal Storage Systems  Shan K.Wang ............................ 9-107
     9.13  Air System Basics  Shan K.Wang .................................. 9-110
     9.14  Absorption System  Shan K.Wang .................................. 9-118
     9.15  Air-Conditioning Systems and Selection  Shan K.Wang ............. 9-122
     9.16  Desiccant Dehumidification and Air-Conditioning
           Zalman Lavan .................................................... 9-135

Chapter 10 Transportation  Frank Kreith
     10.1  Transportation Planning  Michael D.Meyer ......................... 10-2
     10.2  Design of Transportation Facilities  John Leonard II and
           Michael D.Meyer .................................................. 10-9
     10.3  Operations and Environmental Impacts  Michael D.Meyer,
           Paul W.Shuldiner, and Kenneth B.Black ........................... 10-18
     10.4  Transportation Systems  Paul Schonfeld .......................... 10-24
     10.5  Alternative Fuels for Motor Vehicles  Paul Norton and
           Wendy Clark ..................................................... 10-34
     10.6  Electric and Hybrid Vehicles  Iqbal Husain ...................... 10-38
     10.7  Intelligent Transportation Systems  Sumit Ghosh ................. 10-47

Chapter 11 Engineering Design  Ashok V.Kumar
     11.1  Introduction  Ashok V.Kumar ...................................... 11-1
     11.2  Elements of the Design Process  Nam P.Suh ........................ 11-2
     11.3  Design Tools  Ashok V.Kumar ...................................... 11-2
     11.4  Structural Design Criteria  Nagaraj K.Arakere ................... 11-26
     11.5  Design Optimization  Nam Ho Kim ................................. 11-45

Chapter 12 Materials  Bhuvenesh C.Goswami
     12.1  Metals  Victor A.Greenhut ........................................ 12-1
     12.2  Polymers  James D.Idol and Richard L.Lehman ..................... 12-18
     12.3  Adhesives  Richard L.Lehman ..................................... 12-31
     12.4  Wood  Daniel J.Strange .......................................... 12-41
     12.5  Portland Cement Concrete  Steven H.Kosmatka ..................... 12-44
     12.6  Composites  Bhuvenesh C.Goswami, Weiping Wang, R.Allan
           Ridilla, Mathew B.Buczek, Richard L.Lehman,
           and Daniel J.Strange ............................................ 12-60
     12.7  Ceramics and Glass  Richard L.Lehman, Daniel J.Strange,
           and William F.Fischer, III ...................................... 12-97

Chapter 13 Modern Manufacturing  Scott Smith
     13.1  Introduction  Scott Smith ........................................ 13-2
     13.2  Unit Manufacturing and Assembly Processes  Robert E.
           Schafrik, Steven Y.Liang, Trevor D.Howes, John Webster,
           Ioan Marinescu, Scott Smith, K.P.Rajurkar, W.M.Wang,
           Talyan Altan, Weiping Wang, Alan Ridilla, Matthew Buczek,
           S.H.Cho, Ira Pence, Toskiaki Yamaguchi, Yashitsugu
           Taketomi, and Carl J.Kempf ....................................... 13-3
     13.3  Essential Elements in Manufacturing Processes and
           Equipment  John Fildes, Yoram Koren, M.Tomizuka, and
           Kam Lau ......................................................... 13-63
     13.4  Design and Analysis Tools in Manufacturing  David C.
           Anderson, Tien-Chien Chang, Hank Grant, Tien-I.Liu,
           J.M.A.Tanchoco, Andrew C.Lee, and Su-Hsia Yang .................. 13-79
     13.5  Rapid Prototyping  Takeo Nakagawa ............................... 13-99
     13.6  Underlying Paradigms in Manufacturing Systems and
           Enterprise Management for the 21st Century  H.E.Cook
           and Chris Wang ................................................. 13-109
     13.7  Electronics Manufacturing: Processes, Optimization,
           and Control  Roop L.Mahajan .................................... 13-114

Chapter 14 Robotics  Frank Lewis
     14.1  Introduction  Frank Lewis ........................................ 14-2
     14.2  Commercial Robot Manipulators  John M.Fitzgerald ................. 14-3
     14.3  Robot Configurations  Ian D.Walker .............................. 14-14
     14.4  End Effectors and Tooling  Mark R.Cutkosky and
           Peter McCormick ................................................. 14-22
     14.5  Sensors and Actuators  Kok-Meng Lee ............................. 14-30
     14.6  Robot Programming Languages — Robot Systems
           Stephen Wood .................................................... 14-44
     14.7  Robot Dynamics and Control  Frank L.Lewis ....................... 14-50
     14.8  Planning and Intelligent Control  Chen Zhou ..................... 14-67
     14.9  Design of Robotic Systems  Kok-Meng Lee ......................... 14-74
     14.10 Robot Manufacturing Applications  John W.Priest and
           G.T.Stevens, Jr ................................................. 14-81
     14.11 Industrial Material Handling and Process Applications
           of Robots  John M.Fitzgerald .................................... 14-86
     14.12 Mobile, Flexible-Link, and Parallel-Link Robots  Kai Liu ........ 14-97

Chapter 15 MEMS Technology  Mohamed Gad-el-Hak
     15.1  Introduction  Mohamed Gad-el-Hak ................................. 15-1
     15.2  MEMS Technology and Its Applications
           Mohamed Gad-el-Hak ............................................... 15-2
     15.3  Microscale Manufacturing Processes  Marc J.Madou and
           Hong Zhou ........................................................ 15-6
     15.4  MEMS Packaging  Liang-Yu Chen and Phillip J.Zulueta ............. 15-36
     15.5  Reliability and MEMS  Srihari Rajgopal, Christian A.Zorman,
           Darrin J.Young, and Mehran Mehregany ............................ 15-68
     15.6  Fluid Flow in Microdevices  Mohamed Gad-el-Hak .................. 15-83
     15.7  Solid Mechanics of Microdevices  Fernando Bitsie,
           C.Channy Wong, Andrew D.Oliver, and David W.Plummer ............ 15-120

Chapter 16 Environmental Engineering  Ari Rabl and Jan F.Kreider
     16.1  Introduction  Art Rabl and Jan F.Kreider ......................... 16-1
     16.2  Benchmarks and Reference Conditions  Ari Rabl, Nevis Cook,
           Ronald R.Hewitt Cohen, and Tissa Illangasekare ................... 16-3
     16.3  Sources of Pollution and Regulations  Jan F.Kreider, Nevis
           Cook, Tissa Illangasekare, and Ronald R.Hewitt Cohen ............ 16-13
     16.4  Regulations and Emission Standards  Nevis Cook,
           Ronald R.Hewitt Cohen, and Jan F.Kreider ........................ 16-19
     16.5  Mitigation of Water and Air Pollution  Jan F.Kreider,
           Nevis Cook, and Ronald R.Hewitt Cohen ........................... 16-21
     16.6  Environmental Modeling  Paolo Zannetti, Tissa llangasekare,
           Ronald R.Hewitt Cohen, Nevis Cook, Ari Rabl,
           and Peter S.Curtiss ............................................. 16-29
     16.7  Global Climate Change  John Firor ............................... 16-53

Chapter 17 Engineering Economics and Project Management
             Chan S.Park and Donald D.Tippett
     17.1  Engineering Economic Decisions  Chan S.Park ...................... 17-1
     17.2  Establishing Economic Equivalence  Chan S.Park ................... 17-2
     17.3  Measures of Project Worth  Chan S.Park .......................... 17-15
     17.4  Cash Flow Projections  Chan S.Park .............................. 17-26
     17.5  Sensitivity and Risk Analysis  Chan S.Park ...................... 17-34
     17.6  Design Economics  Chan S.Park ................................... 17-44
     17.7  Project Management  Donald D.Tippett ............................ 17-49

Chapter 18 Nanotechnology  Sergey Edward Lyshevski
     18.1  Introduction  Sergey Edward Lyshevski ............................ 18-2
     18.2  Applications of Engineering Biomimetics in Nanomachines
           Prototyping  Sergey Edward Lyshevski ............................. 18-2
     18.3  Nanomachines Synthesis and Classification
           Sergey Edward Lyshevski .......................................... 18-4
     18.4  Synthesis, Design and Analysis of Nanomachines
           Sergey Edward Lyshevski .......................................... 18-6
     18.5  Synchronous Reluctance Nanomachines
           Sergey Edward Lyshevski .......................................... 18-7
     18.6  Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Nanomachines
           Sergey Edward Lyshevski ......................................... 18-10
     18.7  Induction Nanomachines  Sergey Edward Lyshevski ................. 18-14
     18.8  Conclusions  Sergey Edward Lyshevski ............................ 18-17

Chapter 19 Mathematics  William F. Ames and George Cain
     19.1  Tables ........................................................... 19-2
     19.2  Linear Algebra and Matrices  George Cain ........................ 19-33
     19.3  Vector Algebra and Calculus  George Gain ........................ 19-39
     19.4  Difference Equations  William F.Ames ............................ 19-43
     19.5  Differential Equations  William F.Ames .......................... 19-46
     19.6  Integral Equations  William F.Ames .............................. 19-56
     19.7  Approximation Methods  William F. Ames .......................... 19-58
     19.8  Integral Transforms  William F.Ames ............................. 19-60
     19.9  Calculus  of  Variations    William F.Ames....................... 19-65
     19.10 Optimization Methods  George Cain ............................... 19-67
     19.11 Engineering Statistics  Y.L.Tong ................................ 19-70
     19.12 Numerical Methods  William F.Ames ............................... 19-81
     19.13 Experimental Uncertainty Analysis  W.G.Steele and
           H.W.Coleman .................................................... 19-113
     19.14 Chaos  R.L.Kautz ............................................... 19-120
     19.15 Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic  Dan M.Frangopol .................... 19-129

Chapter 20 Patent Law and Miscellaneous Topics  Frank Kreith
     20.1  Patents and Other Intellectual Property
           Thomas H.Young ................................................... 20-2
     20.2  Product Liability and Safety  George A.Peters ................... 20-11
     20.3  Biomechanics  B.Johan Ivarsson, Jeff R.Crandall,
           Gregory W.Hall, and Walter D.Pilkey ............................. 20-16
     20.4  Mechanical Engineering Codes and Standards
           Michael Merker .................................................. 20-28
     20.5  Optics  Roland Winston and Walter T.Welford ..................... 20-33
     20.6  Water Desalination  Noam Lior ................................... 20-52
     20.7  Noise Control  Malcolm J.Crocker ................................ 20-69
     20.8  Lighting Technology  Barbara Atkinson, Andrea Denver,
           Robert Clear, and James E.McMahon ............................... 20-76

Appendices  Paul Norton
     A.    Properties of Gases and Vapors .................................... A-2
     B.    Properties of Liquids ............................................ A-35
     C.    Properties of Solids ............................................. A-38
     D.    Gases and Vapors ................................................. A-74
     E.    Miscellaneous .................................................... A-75

Index
     Index ................................................................... I-1


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