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Mechanisms and Dynamics Of Machinery by Hamilton H Mabie, Charles F Reinholtz
From toDr. From tohe worked at Sandia Laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he was engaged in research and development related to nuclear weapons. In addition to his work in kinematics, Dr.
He bas authored and coauthored many technical papers in these fields. This fourth edition has Charles F.
Hamilton H. Mabie, Charles F. Reinholtz Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machinery Wiley (1987)
Professor Rein- holtz bas been active in the area of kinematics and dynamiccs design since Preface This textbook has been completely revised and updated. Its contents have been reorganized to better match the sequence of topics typically covered and to reflect the many changes brought about by the use of computers in the classroom.
These changes include the use of iterative methods for linkage position analysis and matrix methods for force analysis. BASIC language computer programsdevel- oped on a personal computer, have been added throughout the text to demon- strate the simplicity and power of computer methods.
The text can now be used with either U. Where the units of an equation must be specified, both a U.
An effort has been made to maintain a balance between analytical and graphical methods. In keeping with the additional emphasis on computer methods, kinematic and dy- namic analysis of linkages dynamifs been demonstrated using the commercially avail- able Integrated Mechanisms Program IMP.
A new section that covers non- standard spur gears cut with a pinion cutter has been added to the chapter on nonstandard gearing.
Two new topics have been included in the chapter on gear trains: Complex number methods and loop-closure equations have been used more extensively in the velocity and acceleration analysis of linkages.
The chapter on Qrce analysis has been thoroughly revised.
In the chapter on balancing; a method for balancing four-bar liokagea has been added. The final chapter, on spatial mechanisms and robotics, is completely new. The material contained in this chapter is becoming increasingly important in the design o[ oomplex automatic production machinery. We appreciate the many suggestions and helpful comments made by our reviewers: We are in- debted to the following instructors at Virginia Polytcc: David, and Peter J.
Finally, we would like to acknowledge the help and encouragement provided by our editors at Wiley, Charity Robey and Bill Stenquist.