Engineering Design and Graphics Using Mechanical Desktop 5.0 / Edition 1

Engineering Design and Graphics Using Mechanical Desktop 5.0 / Edition 1

by James D. Bethune
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130610275

ISBN-13: 9780130610270

Pub. Date: 12/01/2001

Publisher: Pearson

Engineering Design and Graphics with Mechanical Desktop 5.0 covers the design and creation of Mechanical Desktop drawings that are compatible with ANSI standards. It incorporates the theory of drawing design and creation along with software commands. By focusing on the design and creation of drawings, users learn to work with Mechanical Desktop in a realistic

Overview

Engineering Design and Graphics with Mechanical Desktop 5.0 covers the design and creation of Mechanical Desktop drawings that are compatible with ANSI standards. It incorporates the theory of drawing design and creation along with software commands. By focusing on the design and creation of drawings, users learn to work with Mechanical Desktop in a realistic environment, making the material more relevant and useful. The text also includes tips on using the Internet to gather information and design data. Other features of this text include:

  • A step-by-step format for presenting software commands
  • Numerous illustrations and screen captures to highlight important information
  • Hands-on projects and exercises that allow users to practice, master, and apply the concepts presented in the text
  • Solved exercises that reinforce the information covered in the chapter

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130610270
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
12/01/2001
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.86(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1Fundamentals of 2D Drawing
1-1Introduction2
1-2Lines2
1-3Lines--Grid and Snap5
1-4Lines--Coordinate Points7
1-5Lines--Relative Coordinates7
1-6Circles8
1-7Ellipse11
1-8Rectangle12
1-9Polygon13
1-10Polyline15
1-11Spline18
1-12Move18
1-13Copy20
1-14Mirror21
1-15Offset22
1-16Trim22
1-17Extend23
1-18Fillet24
1-19Object Snap24
1-20Drawing Units26
1-21Exercise Problems27
Chapter 2Sketches, Profiles, and Models
2-1Introduction33
2-2Editing Sketches34
2-3Sketching Circular Features37
2-42D Constraints40
2-5Drawing a Parametric Model48
2-6Parametric Models of Uniform Thickness50
2-7Holes in Parametric Models52
2-8Cutouts in Parametric Models54
2-9Placed Features56
2-10Sample Problem SP2-165
2-11Exercise Problems67
Chapter 3Sketch and Work Planes
3-1Introduction75
3-2Sketch Planes75
3-3Working with a New Sketch Plane77
3-4Drawing Slanted Surfaces Using Angles78
3-5Drawing Slanted Surfaces Using Linear Components81
3-6Work Planes82
3-7Work Axis89
3-8Understanding Work Planes89
3-9Sample Problem SP3-194
3-10Sample Problem SP3-297
3-11Oblique Surfaces101
3-12Editing Parametric Models103
3-13Editing Dimensions Created by Extruding106
3-14Editing Features104
3-15Suppress/Unsuppress Features109
3-16Exercise Problems111
Chapter 4Layouts and Drawing Views
4-1Introduction121
4-2Normal Surfaces122
4-3Hidden Lines126
4-4Slanted Surfaces128
4-5Compound Lines128
4-6Oblique Surfaces130
4-7Round Surfaces130
4-8Intersections132
4-9Sectional Views133
4-10Auxiliary Views140
4-11Auxiliary Views of Oblique Surfaces142
4-12Exercise Problems146
Chapter 5Scenes and Assembly Drawings
5-1Introduction163
5-2The Assembly Toolbar163
5-33D Assembly Constraints Toolbar165
5-4Scenes173
5-5Isometric Assembly Drawings176
5-6Bill of Materials (Parts List)180
5-7Exercise Problems184
Chapter 6Threads and Fasteners
6-1Introduction193
6-2Thread Terminology193
6-3Thread Callouts--Metric Units194
6-4Thread Callouts--English Units194
6-5Thread Representations195
6-6Internal Threads196
6-7Threaded Blind Holes198
6-8External Threads201
6-9Sizing a Screw and a Tapped Hole202
6-10Screws and Nuts24
6-11Types of Threaded Fasteners206
6-12Flat Head Screws206
6-13Matching a Flat Head Screw to a Blind Hole211
6-14Counterbored Holes214
6-15Slots216
6-16Washers217
6-17Determining the Required Length of a Screw220
6-18Forces in Screws220
6-19Sample Problem SP6-1224
6-20Sample Problem SP6-2225
6-21Exercise Problems226
Chapter 7Dimensioning
7-1Introduction233
7-2Terminology and Conventions--ANSI234
7-3Setting Up ANSI Standards235
7-4Moving and Erasing Paramedic Dimension237
7-5Creating Reference Dimensions238
7-6Dimension Styles240
7-7Drawing Scales242
7-8Units243
7-9Aligned Dimensions245
7-10Radius and Diameter Dimensions246
7-11Dimensioning Holes247
7-12Dimensioning Counterbored, Countersunk Holes249
7-13Angular Dimensions252
7-14Ordinate Dimensions254
7-15Baseline Dimensions256
7-16Continue Dimension256
7-17Locating Dimensions259
7-18Dimensioning Fillets and Rounds259
7-19Dimensioning Rounded Shapes--Internal259
7-20Dimensioning Rounded Shapes--External260
7-21Dimensioning Irregular Surfaces260
7-22Polar Dimensions262
7-23Dimensioning Chamfers262
7-24Knurling263
7-25Keys and Keyseats264
7-26Symbols and Abbreviations264
7-27Symmetry and Centerline265
7-28Dimensioning to Points265
7-29Coordinate Dimensions265
7-30Dimensioning Sectional Views267
7-31Dimensioning Orthographic Views267
7-32Exercise Problems268
Chapter 8Tolerancing
8-1Introduction279
8-2Direct Tolerance Methods279
8-3Tolerance Expressions280
8-4Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances280
8-5Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances Using Mechanical Desktop281
8-6Limit Tolerances285
8-7Angular Tolerances287
8-8Standard Tolerances288
8-9Double Dimensioning288
8-10Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions289
8-11Tolerance Studies291
8-12Rectangular Dimensions291
8-13Hole Locations292
8-14Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole292
8-15Sample Problem SP8-1293
8-16Sample Problem SP8-2294
8-17Standard Fits--Metric Values294
8-18Nominal Sizes296
8-19Hole and Shaft Basis296
8-20Sample Problem SP8-3297
8-21Standard Fits--Inch Values297
8-22Sample Problem SP8-4297
8-23Applying Fit Tolerances Using Mechanical Desktop298
8-24Preferred and Standard Sizes300
8-25Surfaces Finishes300
8-26Surface Control Symbols303
8-27Design Problems304
8-28Geometric Tolerances308
8-29Tolerances of Form308
8-30Flatness308
8-31Straightness308
8-32Straightness (RFS and MMC)309
8-33Circularity311
8-34Cylindricity312
8-35Geometric Tolerances Using Mechanical Desktop313
8-36Tolerances of Orientation316
8-37Datums317
8-38Perpendicularity318
8-39Parallelism320
8-40Angularity320
8-41Profiles320
8-42Runouts322
8-43Positional Tolerances323
8-44Virtual Condition325
8-45Floating Fasteners325
8-46Sample Problem SP8-5326
8-47Sample Problem SP8-6326
8-48Fixed Fasteners327
8-49Sample Problem SP8-7322
8-50Design Problems329
8-51Exercise Problems331
Chapter 9Bearings and Shafts
9-1Introduction355
9-2Sleeve Bearings355
9-3Sample Problem SP9-1355
9-4Ball Bearings361
9-5Shafts362
9-6Determining Shaft Diameters363
9-7Shock Factors364
9-8Shock Shear and Moment Diagrams--Multiple Loads365
9-9Shaft Deflection365
9-10Sample Problem SP9-2368
9-11Critical Speed368
9-12Sample Problem SP9-3369
9-13Exercise Problems372
Chapter 10Gears
10-1Introduction375
10-2Gear Terminology376
10-3Gear Formulas377
10-4Gear Ratios377
10-5Gear Trains380
10-6Designing Gear Speed Ratios379
10-7Forces in Gear380
10-8Forces in Gear Trains382
10-9Selecting Gears382
10-10Safety Factors384
10-11Service Factors384
10-12Lubrication Factor385
10-13Combining Factor385
10-14Manufacturers' Catalog385
10-15Web Sites387
10-16Forces in Nonmetallic Gears387
10-17Metric Spur Gears388
10-18Bevel Gears388
10-19Worm Gears388
10-20Matching Gears and Shafts388
10-21Center Distance and Backlash389
10-22Sample Problem SP10-1390
10-23Exercise Problems401
Chapter 11Cams, Springs, and Keys
11-1Introduction405
11-2Displacement Diagrams405
11-3Creating a Cam from a Displacement Diagram408
11-4Followers and Springs412
11-5Selecting a Spring414
11-6Keys and Keyways416
11-7Key and Keyway Tolerances420
11-8Exercise Problems422
Chapter 12The Design Process
12-1Introduction425
12-2Selecting a Design Group425
12-3The Design Project426
12-4Understanding the Design Problem427
12-5Creating a Solution427
12-6Managing the Design Process429
12-7Procurement432
12-8The Motor--The First Unexpected Problem432
12-9String Climber Concept Sketch434
12-10Drawing Layout435
12-11Modified Parts438
12-12Electrical Schematic438
12-13Estimated Speed439
12-14Final Drawings439
12-15Test and Modification440
Chapter 13Design Projects
13-1Introduction441
13-2Head Bangers442
13-3The String Climber443
13-4Rope Bomber443
13-5Tug of War444
13-6Footbag Drop Madness447
13-7Peak Performance448
13-8S-Car450
13-9Cam Car451
Appendix453
Index463

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