Englisch f�r Ingenieure

Englisch f�r Ingenieure

by Kurt Hingkeldey

Paperback(1970)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783663019992
Publisher: Vieweg+Teubner Verlag
Publication date: 11/01/2012
Edition description: 1970
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

1. Mathematics.- 1.1. Algebra.- 1.1.1. The Fundamental Operations.- 1.1.2. Complex Numbers.- 1.1.3. Powers, Roots and Logarithms.- 1.1.4. Equations.- 1.2. Plane and Solid Geometry.- 1.3. Trigonometry.- 1.4. Coordinate Geometry.- 1.5. Differential and Integral Calculus.- 1.5.1. Differential Calculus.- 1.5.2. Integral Calculus.- 2. Mechanics.- 2.1. Statics of Rigid Bodies.- 2.1.1. Composition, Resolution and Equilibrium of Coplanar, Concurrent Forces.- 2.1.2. Moments, Composition, Resolution and Equilibrium of Coplanar, Non-concurrent Forces.- 2.1.3. Stability of a Rigid Body.- 2.1.4. Structures.- 2.1.5. Centre of Gravity and Centroid.- 2.1.6. Friction.- 2.2. Dynamics.- 2.2.1. Kinematics.- 2.2.1.1. Plane Motion of a Paricle.- 2.2.1.2. Coplanar Motion of a Rigid Body.- 2.2.2. Kinetics.- 2.2.2.1. Newton’s Second Law of Motion for Translation.- 2.2.2.2. Newton’s Second Law of Motion for Rotation.- 2.2.2.3. Work, Energy and Power.- 2.2.2.4. Impulse, Momentum and Impact.- 3. Strength of Materials.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. Mechanical Testing of Materials.- 3.2.1. Tensile Test.- 3.2.2. Hardness Tests.- 3.2.3. Impact Test.- 3.2.4. Creep Tests.- 3.2.5. Fatigue Tests.- 3.2.6. Stress Concentration.- 3.3. Tensile Stress, Compressive Stress, Shearing Stress.- 3.3.1. Tensile Stress and Compressive Stress.- 3.3.2. Thin Spheres and Cylinders under Internal or External Forces.- 3.4. Thermal Stresses.- 3.5. Stresses and Deflexion of Beams.- 3.5.1. The Deflection Formula.- 3.5.2. Unsymmetrical Bending.- 3.5.3. Elastic Curve Equation.- 3.6. Buckling.- 3.7. Torsion.- 3.8. Combined Stresses.- 3.8.2. Theory of Elastic Strain Energy of Distorsion.- 4. Hydraulics.- 4.1. Hydrostatics.- 4.1.1. Pressure of a Liquid.- 4.1.2. Buoyancy.- 4.1.3. Pressure Forces on Submerged Planes and Curved Surfaces.- 4.1.4. Flotation of Bodies.- 4.2. Motion of Liquids.- 4.2.1. Flow of a Perfect Liquid.- 4.2.1.1. Continuity Equation.- 4.2.1.2. Flow through Orifices.- 4.2.1.3. Bernoulli’s Theorem.- 4.2.1.4. Flow Measurement.- 4.2.1.5. Linear Momentum Equation in Hydraulics.- 4.2.2. Motion of Viscous Liquids.- 4.2.2.1. Viscosity.- 4.2.2.2. Laminar and Turbulent Flow.- 4.2.2.3. Flow through Closed Conduits.- 4.2.2.4. Flow through Open Channels.- 5. Thermodynamics.- 5.1. Fundamental Principles.- 5.2. The Perfect Gas.- 5.2.1. The Ideal Gas Equation of State.- 5.2.2. The First Law of Thermodynamics.- 5.2.3. Reversible Processes.- 5.2.4. Irreversible Processes.- 5.2.5. Cycles.- 5.2.6. The Second Law of Thermodynamics.- 5.3. Vapours.- 5.4. Combustion.- 5.4.1. Fuels.- 5.4.2. The Chemical Equations of Combustion Processes.- 5.4.3. Calorific Values.- 6. Engineering Materials.- 6.1. Iron and Steel.- 6.1.1. The Manufacture of Pig Iron.- 6.1.2. Production of Steel.- 6.1.2.1. The Pudding Process.- 6.1.2.2. The Bessemer and Thomas Processes.- 6.1.2.3. The Open-Hearth Process.- 6.1.2.4. The Crucible Process.- 6.1.2.5. The Electric Refinig Process.- 6.1.3. Classification of Iron and Steel.- 6.1.3.1. Cast Iron.- 6.1.3.2. Malleable Cast Iron.- 6.1.3.3. Cast Steel.- 6.1.3.4. Steel.- 6.1.4. Heat-treatment of Steel.- 6.2. Non-ferrous Metals and their Alloys.- 6.2.1. Pure Metals.- 6.2.2. Non-ferrous Alloys 122 6.2. Non-metallic Materials.- 7. Technical Drawing.- 7.1. Drawing Equipment.- 7.2. Projections.- 7.3. Pictorial Drawing.- 7.4. Types of Lines, Lettering and Scales.- 7.5. Framing of Drawings, Title Strip and Parts List.- 7.6. Drawing of Views.- 7.7. Dimensioning.- 7.8. Machining Symbols.- 7.9. Tolerances and Fits.- 8. Machine Elements.- 8.1. Joining Elements.- 8.1.1. Rivets.- 8.1.2. Welded Joints.- 8.1.3. Grooved Pins and Drive Studs.- 8.1.4. Clamp Connections.- 8.1.5. Connections with Shrunk Rings.- 8.1.6. Keys and Cotters.- 8.1.6.1. Keys.- 8.1.7. Bolts and Screws.- 8.1.7.1. Screw Thread.- 8.1.7.2. Types of Bolts and Screws.- 8.1.7.3. Locking Devices for Nuts.- 8.1.7.4. Strength of Bolts.- 8.2. Elements of a Drive.- 8.2.1. Axles and Shafts.- 8.2.1.1. Axles.- 8.2.1.2. Shafts.- 8.2.2. Bearings.- 8.2.2.1. Sliding Bearings.- 8.2.2.2. Rolling Contact Bearings.- 8.2.3. Couplings, Clutches and Brakes.- 8.2.3.1. Couplings.- 8.2.3.2. Clutches.- 8.2.3.3. Brakes.- 8.2.4. Belt Drive.- 8.2.4.1. Flat Belt Drive.- 8.2.4.2. Vee-Belt Drive.- 8.2.5. Chain Drive.- 8.2.5.1. Round Iron Chain.- 8.2.5.2. Gear Chains.- 8.2.6. Friction Drive with Rubber Wheels.- 8.2.7. Gear Drive.- 8.2.7.1. Forms of Gear Teeth.- 8.2.7.2. Strength of Gears.- 8.2.7.3. Cutting of Gear Teeth.- 8.2.7.4. Gear Trains.- 8.3. Elements of a Slider Crank Mechanism.- 8.3.1. Kinematics of the Slider Crank Mechanism.- 8.3.2. Forces acting of the Slider Crank Mechanism.- 8.3.3. Parts of the Slider Crank Mechanism.- 8.4. Pipes and Valves.- 8.4.1. Pipes.- 8.4.2. Pipe Joints.- 8.4.3. Fittings.- 8.4.4. Expansion Joints.- 8.4.5. Valves.- 8.4.5.1. Globe Valves.- 8.4.5.2. Gate Valves.- 8.4.5.3. Plug Cocks.- 8.4.5.4. Clack Valves.- 8.5. Springs.- 8.5.1. Torsional Stressed Springs.- 8.5.1.1. Helical Cylindrical Tension and Compression Springs.- 8.5.1.2. Helical Conical Compression Springs.- 8.5.1.3. Torsion Bar.- 8.5.2. Flexural Stressed Springs.- 8.5.2.1. Flat Springs.- 8.5.2.2. Laminated Plate Spring.- 8.5.2.3. Spiral Spring.- 8.5.2.4. Helical Cylindrical Torsion Spring.- 8.5.3. Tension and Compression Stressed Springs.- 8.5.3.1. Ring Spring.- 8.5.3.2. Block Spring 264 English-German Vocabulary.

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