- Dynamics of Machinery
- Dynamics of Machinery and Dynamics Machines
- Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
1. Dynamics of Machinery
|1."Theory of Machines" by Sadhu Singh|
“Theory of Machines” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive textbook covering the fundamental principles of machine theory. The book is divided into 17 chapters, starting with an introduction to the subject and covering topics such as mechanisms and machines, kinematics, dynamics, gear trains, and more. The chapters are well-structured and include numerous examples and diagrams to aid understanding. The book is suitable for undergraduate students studying mechanical engineering and is a valuable resource for professionals in the field.
|2."Theory of Machines" by Thomas Bevan|
|3."Design of Machinery" by Robert L Norton|
“Design of Machinery” Book Review: This book covers different facets of machinery design and is suitable for both students and researchers. It explains the kinematics and dynamics of machinery, using various analytical techniques. It particularly emphasizes cam and servo driven linkages. Moreover, the book provides numerous worked out problems that help readers better comprehend the concepts discussed.
|4."Dynamics of Machinery" by S Balaguru|
“Dynamics of Machinery” Book Review: This book covers important aspects of machinery and is particularly useful for undergraduate students studying machinery and related subjects. The book is organized into 13 chapters and uses both graphical and analytical methods to address static and dynamic force analysis. It also covers rotating and reciprocating balance using graphical and analytical techniques.
|5."Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery" by Norton|
“Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery” Book Review: The book is designed for undergraduate students across various disciplines who are interested in machinery. It offers a comprehensive coverage of both the analysis and design aspects of machines, with a focus on kinematics and dynamics. The author has used analytical tools and methods to delve into the subject and provides necessary mathematical concepts wherever required. The book is replete with numerous solved examples and exercise problems to enhance understanding. It covers topics such as drive trains, static-force analysis, dynamic-force analysis, synthesis, and even offers an introduction to robotic manipulators. Each module ends with real-world examples to connect theoretical concepts to practical applications. The book is an ideal resource for students and teachers in the field of mechanical engineering and other science and engineering fields. It emphasizes design and analysis and incorporates computer-aided engineering techniques to provide up-to-date methods for synthesis and analysis. The book contains 104 solved examples, 45 projects, computer programs, and PowerPoint lectures.
|6."History of Rotating Machinery Dynamics (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)" by imusti|
“History of Rotating Machinery Dynamics (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)” Book Review: The book covers an array of topics related to rotating machinery and is intended for use by engineers and researchers in the field. It commences with a historical overview of rotating machinery, starting with the invention of the wheel and leading up to present-day technological advancements. The book explores the contributions of various scientists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Copernicus to the field. It delves into the technical aspects of turbomachines, rotor and blade mechanics, and also covers the relevant mathematical and physical principles.
|7."Dynamics of Machinery" by A R Holowenko|
|8."Dynamics Of Machinery" by Haideri|
|9."Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery" by Vladmir Stejskal and Michael Valasek|
“Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery” Book Review: The book mainly targets students and covers various aspects of multibody systems. Special emphasis is given to the analysis and synthesis of these systems. The book also discusses the software used in this field. Furthermore, it examines current approaches to determining and studying the kinematics and dynamics of machinery.
|10."Dynamics of Machinery for GTU" by ANUP GOEL|
2. Dynamics of Machinery and Dynamics Machines
|1."Soil Dynamic and Machine Foundations" by Sarana S|
|2."Dynamics of Machines for ANNA University (V-MECH - 2013 course)" by ANUP GOEL|
|3."Dynamics Of Machines" by J B K Das|
|4."Dynamics of Machines" by Dr S Ramachandran|
|5."Theory of Machines: Kinematics and Dynamics" by Sadhu Singh|
“Theory of Machines: Kinematics and Dynamics” Book Review: This is an informative textbook that covers the principles of machine theory in depth. It comprises 17 chapters, covering topics such as mechanisms, kinematics, dynamics, gear trains, synthesis, and robotic manipulators. The book is well-structured and contains numerous examples and diagrams to aid understanding. It is an excellent resource for undergraduate students in mechanical engineering and professionals in the field.
|6."Dynamics Of Machinery" by Dr V Jayakumar|
|7."Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery" by Wilson|
“Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive guide on analyzing the motion of machines and mechanisms, with practical applications. It covers a wide range of topics, including Mechanisms and Machines, Motion in Machinery, Velocity Analysis of Mechanisms, Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms, Cams, Spur Gears, Helical, Worm, and Bevel Gears, Drive Trains, Static-Force Analysis, Dynamic-Force Analysis, Synthesis, and Introduction to Robotic Manipulators. Readers will learn how to analyze and understand the functioning of machines and mechanisms through a variety of examples and practical exercises.
|8."Dynamics of Machinery" by Farazdak Haideri|
3. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
|1."Rigid Body Dynamics of Mechanisms: 1 Theoretical Basis" by Hubert Hahn|
“Rigid Body Dynamics of Mechanisms: 1 Theoretical Basis” Book Review: This book is an introductory guide to the fundamental principles of rigid body dynamics in mechanisms. It covers theoretical aspects and basic mechanical concepts of mechatronic systems. The book offers a systematic approach to derive and solve model equations of general rigid body mechanisms. It also discusses symbolic mathematical models of planar and spatial mechanisms. The book is primarily designed for students and teachers in various fields of science and engineering, especially mechanical engineering.
|2."Theory of Machines and Mechanisms" by Uicker J J|
Book Review: The book covers topics related to displacement, velocity, static and dynamic forces, and acceleration, providing insights useful in designing mechanical linkages, geared systems, and cams. The author introduces various notations to aid students in comprehending technical concepts related to mechanisms, kinematics, and dynamics. Throughout the book, graphical methods of analysis are employed, as graphical computation offers visual feedback that enhances student’s comprehension of the fundamental nature and interplay between equations. This book is recommended for mechanical engineering students enrolled in courses on kinematics.
|3."Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines" by G H Martin|
“Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines” Book Review: The book offers a comprehensive overview of kinematics and dynamics of machines. The fundamental principles are presented in an easily accessible manner. It covers the basic theory of special constructions such as four-bar linkage, rotating vector treatment for analyzing multi-cylinder engines, critical speeds, torsional vibration of shafts, and more. The book also includes methods for manufacturing disk cams. Its target audience is students and teachers in various fields of science and engineering.
|4."Theory of Machines: Kinematics and Dynamics" by V R Gupta|
“Theory of Machines: Kinematics and Dynamics” Book Review: The book is a complete guide to the theory of machines, covering both kinematics and dynamics. It starts by discussing the fundamental concepts of kinematics and dynamics that are essential for designing and manufacturing any machine component. The book uses a variety of graphical representations to aid the reader’s understanding. Practice exercises are provided at the end of each module to enhance learning. This book is a valuable resource for students and teachers in various fields of science and engineering, especially in mechanical engineering.
|5."Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery 3rd Edition" by Wilson|
“Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery 3rd Edition” Book Review: This book offers a fundamental introduction to the principles of kinematics and dynamics of machinery. It presents methods to analyze the motion of machines and mechanisms, and provides practical applications of a wide range of machines and mechanisms. The book covers various topics such as motion in machinery, velocity analysis of mechanisms, acceleration analysis of mechanisms, as well as cams, spur gears, helical, worm, and bevel gears. It is designed for students and teachers in various fields of science and engineering, particularly in mechanical engineering.
|6."Kinematic Synthesis of Linkages" by R S Hartenberg and J Denavit|
“Kinematic Synthesis of Linkages” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive introduction to kinematic synthesis of linkages. It is designed for readers with basic knowledge on the subject, presented in a straightforward and understandable language. The book contains a variety of illustrations, graphs, and mathematical equations to aid in explaining the concepts. Each chapter includes numerous solved and unsolved examples. This book is ideal for students, teachers, and professionals in the fields of engineering and science, especially those in mechanical and chemical engineering.
|7."Kinematics and Linkage Design" by A S Hall|
“Kinematics and Linkage Design” Book Review: This book presents an in-depth exploration of kinematics and linkage design, with an emphasis on advanced topics. It includes a range of solved and unsolved examples to enhance the reader’s understanding. The book equips readers with the necessary tools to design solutions for real-world problems and develop the analytical and descriptive skills needed to apply these concepts effectively. It is intended for students, teachers, and professionals in the fields of engineering and science.
|8."Kinematics and Geometry of Planar and Spatial Cam Mechanisms" by J Chakraborty and S G Dhande|
“Kinematics and Geometry of Planar and Spatial Cam Mechanisms” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive overview of planar and spatial cam mechanics, focusing on the kinematics and geometry. It explores the concepts in depth, with a range of solved and unsolved examples to aid understanding. Theoretical and mathematical explanations of problems and solutions are provided to enhance comprehension. The book is written with the assumption that the reader has a basic understanding of the subject matter. It is aimed at students, teachers, and professionals in the field of engineering and science.