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Overview

Beginning at an introductory level and progressing to more advanced topics, this comprehensive handbook provides all the information needed to properly design, model, analyze, specify, and manufacture cam-follower systems. The reader will find complete coverage of:

  • Proper Cam Design Techniques
  • Single- and Multi-Dwell Cams
  • Classical Cam Functions
  • Polynomial Cams
  • Spline Functions for Cams
  • Pressure Angle & Radius of Curvature
  • Radial and Barrel Cams
  • Translating & Oscillating Followers
  • Roller & Flat-Faced Followers
  • Forward & Inverse Dynamic Analyses
  • Residual Vibrations
  • Polydyne & Splinedyne Cams
  • Cam Profile Definition
  • Cutter Compensation
  • Conjugate Cams
  • Cam Materials & Manufacturing Techniques
  • Stress Analysis of the Cam Follower Joint
  • Lubrication of the Cam Follower Joint
  • Measurement of Cam Follower Dynamics
  • Extensive Bibliography of the Cam Literature
  • Case Studies of Cam Designs
  • Cam and Linkage Design Programs on CD-ROM

Additionally, this unique book is accompanied by a 90-day trial demonstration copy of the Professional Version of Dynacam for Windows V. 7.0. Written by the author and used worldwide, this program solves the equations described in the book and allows in its fully licensed version the design, dynamic modeling, analysis, and generation of follower center, cam surface, and cutter coordinate data for any cam. It also defines conjugate cams for any application.

Also included are 90-day trial demonstration copies of programs Fourbar, Sixbar, and Slider for the design of cam-follower linkages.

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Bringing together cam design technology, correct design and manufacturing procedures, and recent research results, this book begins with introductory material and progresses to more advanced topics. It covers the design, modeling, analysis, specification, and manufacture of cam-follower systems. Numerous illustrations are featured. Included is a demonstration copy of Dynacam for Windows 7.0, on CD-ROM. Norton is a mechanical engineer. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780831131227
  • Publisher: Industrial Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 610
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.56 (h) x 1.55 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.0 Cam-Follower Systems 1
1.1 Fundamentals 1
1.2 Terminology 4
1.3 Applications 9
1.4 Timing Diagrams 10
1.5 Cam Design Software 10
1.6 Units 10
1.7 References 16
Chapter 2 Unacceptable Cam Curves 17
2.0 Introduction 17
2.1 S V A J Diagrams 17
2.2 Double-Dwell Cam Design--Choosing S V A J Functions 19
2.3 The Fundamental Law of Cam Design 22
2.4 Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) 22
2.5 Constant Acceleration (Parabolic Displacement) 25
2.6 Cubic Displacement 25
2.7 Summary 26
2.8 References 26
Chapter 3 Double-Dwell Cam Curves 27
3.0 Introduction 27
3.1 Cycloidal Displacement for Double Dwells 27
3.2 Combined Functions for Double Dwells 30
3.3 The SCCA Family of Double-Dwell Functions 41
3.4 Polynomial Functions 45
3.5 Fourier Series Functions 52
3.6 Summary 56
3.7 References 56
Chapter 4 Single-Dwell Cam Curves 57
4.0 Introduction 57
4.1 Single-Dwell Cam Design--Choosing S V A J Functions 57
4.2 Single-Dwell Applications of Polynomials 61
4.3 Summary 68
Chapter 5 Spline Functions 69
5.0 Introduction 69
5.1 Classical Splines 70
5.2 General Polynomial Splines 81
5.3 B-splines 86
5.4 Bezier Curves 97
5.5 Knot Placement 105
5.6 Periodic Splines 115
5.7 Splines Other Than Polynomial Splines 119
5.8 Summary 123
5.9 Bibliography 124
Chapter 6 Critical Path Motion (CPM) Cam Curves 127
6.0 Introduction 127
6.1 Constant Velocity Motion 127
6.2 Combined Displacement and Velocity Constraints 139
6.3 Summary 150
Chapter 7 Cam Size Determination 151
7.0 Introduction 151
7.1 Pressure Angle--Radial Cam with Translating Roller Follower 152
7.2 Pressure Angle--Barrel Cam With Translating Roller Follower 157
7.3 Pressure Angle--Barrel Cam With Oscillating Roller Follower 159
7.4 Overturning Moment--Radial Cam With Translating Flat-Faced Follower 161
7.5 Pressure Angle--Radial Cam With Oscillating Roller Follower 162
7.6 Radius of Curvature--Radial Cam With Translating Roller Follower 165
7.7 Radius of Curvature--Radial Cam With Translating Flat-Faced Follower 169
7.8 Radius of Curvature--Barrel Cam With Translating Roller Follower 173
7.9 Radius of Curvature--Barrel Cam With Oscillating Roller Follower 173
7.10 Radius of Curvature--Radial Cam With Oscillating Roller Follower 174
7.11 Radius of Curvature--Radial Cam With Oscillating Flat-Faced Follower 174
7.12 References 176
Chapter 8 Dynamics of Cam Systems--Modeling Fundamentals 177
8.0 Introduction 177
8.1 Newton's Laws of Motion 177
8.2 Dynamic Models 178
8.3 Mass 178
8.4 Mass Moment and Center of Gravity 179
8.5 Mass Moment of Inertia (Second Moment of Mass) 181
8.6 Parallel Axis Theorem (Transfer Theorem) 182
8.7 Radius of Gyration 183
8.8 Modeling Rotating Links 184
8.9 Lumped Parameter Dynamic Models 185
8.10 Equivalent Systems 188
8.11 Modeling Nonlinear Springs 197
8.12 Modeling an Industrial Cam-Follower System 206
8.13 References 212
Chapter 9 Dynamics of Cam Systems--Force, Torque, Vibration 213
9.0 Introduction 213
9.1 Dynamic Force Analysis of the Force-Closed Cam-Follower 213
9.2 Resonance 224
9.3 Estimating Damping 227
9.4 Kinetostatic Force Analysis of the Force-Closed Cam-Follower 233
9.5 Kinetostatic Force Analysis of the Form-Closed Cam-Follower 238
9.6 Kinetostatic Camshaft Torque 241
9.7 Controlling Cam Speed--Motors 246
9.8 Controlling Cam Speed--Flywheels 251
9.9 Torque Compensation Cams 258
9.10 References 262
Chapter 10 Modeling Cam-Follower Systems 263
10.0 Introduction 263
10.1 Degrees of Freedom 264
10.2 Single-Mass SDOF Linear Dynamic Models 265
10.3 Two-Mass, One- or Two-DOF, Nonlinear Dynamic Model of a Valve Train 269
10.4 Multi-DOF Dynamic Model of a Valve Train 272
10.5 One-Mass Model of an Industrial Cam-Follower System 273
10.6 Two-Mass Model of an Industrial Cam-Follower System 279
10.7 Solving System Differential Equations 282
10.8 Polydyne Cam Functions 291
10.9 Splinedyne Cam Functions 307
10.10 References 312
Chapter 11 Residual Vibrations in Cam-Follower Systems 315
11.0 Introduction 315
11.1 Residual Vibration 315
11.2 Residual Vibration of Double-Dwell Functions 316
11.3 Double-Dwell Functions for Low Residual Vibration 319
11.4 References 333
Chapter 12 Failure of Cam Systems--Stress, Wear, Corrosion 335
12.0 Introduction 335
12.1 Surface Geometry 337
12.2 Mating Surfaces 338
12.3 Adhesive Wear 340
12.4 Abrasive Wear 342
12.5 Corrosion Wear 342
12.6 Stress 345
12.7 Strain 347
12.8 Principal Stresses 347
12.9 Plane Stress and Plane Strain 350
12.10 Applied Versus Principal Stresses 351
12.11 Surface Fatigue 352
12.12 Spherical Contact 354
12.13 Cylindrical Contact 358
12.14 General Contact 363
12.15 Dynamic Contact Stresses 368
12.16 Surface Fatigue Failure Models--Dynamic Contact 376
12.17 Surface Fatigue Strength 379
12.18 Roller Followers 386
12.19 Failure of Rolling-Element bearings 387
12.20 Selection of Rolling-Element Bearings 388
12.21 References 391
Chapter 13 Cam Profile Determination 393
13.0 Introduction 393
13.1 Radial Cams With Roller Followers 395
13.2 Radial Cams With Flat-Faced Followers 402
13.3 Barrel Cams With Roller Followers 407
13.4 Linear Cams With Roller Followers 412
13.5 Conjugate Cams 413
13.6 Cam-Linkage Combinations 419
13.7 Shifting the Cam Contour to Machine Zero 421
13.8 References 422
Chapter 14 Cam Materials and Manufacturing 423
14.0 Introduction 423
14.1 Cam Materials 424
14.2 Hardness 428
14.3 Heat Treatment 429
14.4 Cam Manufacturing Methods 432
14.5 Cutting the Cam 440
14.6 Manufacturing Methods 447
14.7 Surface Coatings 448
14.8 Measuring the Cam 449
14.9 References 449
14.10 Bibliography 450
Chapter 15 Lubrication of Cam Systems 451
15.0 Introduction 451
15.1 Lubricants 453
15.2 Viscosity 454
15.3 Types of Lubrication 455
15.4 Material Combinations in Cam-Follower Joints 460
15.5 Hydrodynamic Lubrication Theory 461
15.6 Nonconforming Contacts 465
15.7 Cam Lubrication 472
15.8 References 473
Chapter 16 Measuring Cam-Follower Performance 475
16.0 Introduction 475
16.1 Transducers 475
16.2 Experimental Cam-Follower Measurements 483
16.3 Data Analysis 484
16.4 References 498
16.5 Bibliography 498
Chapter 17 Case Studies 499
17.0 Introduction 499
17.1 Analyzing Vibrations in an IC Engine Valve Train 499
17.2 Analyzing Vibrations in Cam-Driven Automated Assembly Machinery 511
17.3 References 520
Chapter 18 Cam Design Guidelines 521
18.0 Introduction 521
18.1 Practical Design Considerations 521
18.2 Rules of Thumb for Cam Design 530
18.3 References 532
Appendix A Computer Programs 533
A.0 Introduction 533
A.1 General information 533
A.2 General Program Operation 534
A.3 Program Dynacam 541
A.4 Program Fourbar 554
A.5 Program Sixbar 562
A.6 Program Slider 565
Appendix B Material Properties 569
Appendix C Geometric Properties 573
Appendix D Spring Data 575
Bibliography 579
Glossary of Terms 599
Index 601
Index to CD-ROM 609
Installation Instructions for CD-ROM 610
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