Mechanical Engineering Design – Richard Budynas, Nisbett Shigley’s – 7th Edition

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The seventh edition of marks a return to the basic approaches that have made this book the standard in for over 40 years. At the same time it has been significantly updated and modernized for today’s students and professional .
Working from extensive market research and reviews of the 6th edition, the new 7th edition features reduced coverage of uncertainty and statistical methods. Statistics is now treated (in chapter 2) as one of several methods available to design engineers, and statistical applications are no longer integrated throughout the text, examples and problem sets.

Other major changes include updated coverage of the design process, streamlined coverage of statistics, a more practical overview of and selection (moved to chapter 3),revised coverage of failure and fatigue, and review of basic strength of topics to make a clearer link with prerequisite courses.

Overall coverage of basic concepts has been made more clear and concise, with some advanced topics deleted, so that readers can easily navigate key topics. Problem sets have been improved, with new problems added to help students progressively work through them.

The book has an Online Center with several powerful components: MATLAB for Machine Design (featuring highly visual MATLAB simulations and accompanying source code); the “FEPC” finite element program, with accompanying Finite Element Primer and FEM Tutorials; interactive FE Exam for Machine Design; and Machine Design Tutorials for study of key concepts from Parts I and II of the text. Complete Problem Solutions and PowerPoint slides of book illustrations are available for instructors, under password protection. A printed Instructor’s Solutions Manual is also available, with detailed solutions to all chapter problems.

Table of Content


Part I Basics

1 Introduction to Mechanical Design
2 Materials
3 Load and Stress Analysis
4 Deflection and Stiffness
Part II Failure Prevention
5 Failures Resulting from Static Loading
6 Fatigue Failure Resulting from Variable Loading

Part III Design of Mechanical Elements

7 Shafts and Shaft Components
8 Screws, Fasteners, and the Design of Nonpermanent Joints
9 Welding, Bonding, and the Design of Permanent Joints
10 Mechanical Springs
11 Rolling-Contact Bearings
12 Lubrication and Journal Bearings
13 Gears--General
14 Spur and Helical Gears
15 Bevel and Worm Gears
16 Clutches, Brakes, Couplings and Flywheels
17 Flexible Mechanical Elements
18 Power Transmission Case Study

Part IV Analysis Tools

19 Finite-Element Analysis
20 Statistical Considerations

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