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Design for Durability and Performance Density

This book is about mechanical design engineering, in particular design for mechanical system durability and performance density. It addresses diversified mechanical design issues that relate to several application areas, and provides potential solutions. Les mer
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This book is about mechanical design engineering, in particular design for mechanical system durability and performance density. It addresses diversified mechanical design issues that relate to several application areas, and provides potential solutions.



Design for Durability and Performance Density includes four real-world case studies which help to identify the root cause of problems and failure cases encountered in industry and in the oil field. It suggests remedies for the ones that could be solved, and includes sample calculations and worked examples to quantify the extent of problems where necessary.



This book will be of use to senior-level mechanical engineering students, design and application engineers as well as consulting engineering firms. It could help them to learn how things could be designed the wrong way, and how old experience could prevent novice mistakes, to avoid being tempted into any of the various subtle design pitfalls and confronting their consequences.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introductory Definitions.- Managing Reactive Loads.- Mutually Counteractive Loads at High Speed.- Subtle and Obscure Loading Sources.- Interface Sliding, Loading, and Wear.- Elastic Deformation and Microslip Issues.- Assembly Over Mobile Interfaces.- Proper Allocation of Functions.- Gearing Design for High Power Density.- High Power/Torque-Density Devices.- Hydraulic Power Density.- Megawatt-scale Fluid Power.- Energy Retrieval, Storage, and Release.- Multi-Attribute Designs

Om forfatteren

Professor Hani A. Arafa gained his BSc and MSc degrees from Alexandria University in 1962 and 1965 respectively. He gained his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart in 1970. Since then he has worked in numerous academic positions, including his current positions as professor at Cairo University, and adjunct professor at the American University in Cairo. He has written numerous publications in both journals and proceedings, and conducted several consultation activities for industry