This book presents a study of computer-aided machine design and explains the fundamental concepts of kinematics and machine element design in lay terms. It is useful for those concerned with developing new programs in computer-aided design, in both industry and education.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Computer Display of Machine Motion 3. Computer-Aided Velocity Analysis for CRT Displays 4. Interactive Acceleration Analysis 5. Computer-Aided Linkage Design 6. Computer Generation of Transmission Paths 7. Gears and Cams 8. Computer-Aided Design of Flexible Connectors 9. Computer-Matched Machine Elements 10. Computer-Aided Combination of Machine Elements in the Design of Working Machinery