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    Machinery's Handbook 28th Edtion + CD-ROM

    Machinery's Handbook 28th Edtion
    (Plus *******s from the CD-ROM)
    By Oberg, Jones, Horton, and Ryffel



    • Publisher: Industrial Press
    • Number Of Pages: 2704
    • Publication Date: 2008-02-15
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0831128011
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780831128012



    Product Description:
    Celebrating nearly 100 years as The Bible of the Mechanical Industries , the 28th edition brings together volumes of knowledge, information and data gathered, revised and improved upon from experts throughout the mechanical industries. Extraordinarily comprehensive yet easy to use since it premiered, Machinery s Handbook provides mechanical and manufacturing engineers, designers, draftsmen, toolmakers, and machinists with a broad range material, from the very basic to the more advanced. It has always, and continues to provide industry fundamentals and standards while it moves into the 21st century with material reflecting technological advances and offering vast editorial improvements, making the 28th Edition the best tool...ever!

    New Features
    - New sections on...CNC Numerical Controls (written by Peter Smid-author of CNC Programming Handbook), Manufacturing Data Analysis, Fluid Mechanics, Distinguishing Bolts from Screws, Helical Coil Screw Thread Inserts, Calculating Thread Dimensions, Lubrication, Ball and Acme Leadscrews, and Shaft Alignment.
    - Revised material on... Properties, Treatment, and Testing of Materials; Dimensioning; Gaging, and Measuring; Tool and Toolmaking; Manufacturing Processes.
    - A very user-friendly format...readers will never have to search outside of an area for information on the topic they are exploring.
    - Broad math coverage...from the basic to the advanced, you ll find fractions, positive and negative numbers, derivatives and integrals, analytical geometry, circular segments, matrices and engineering economics.
    - Updated Standards.
    - Individual indices for standards, materials, and interactive equations.



    LICENSE AND LIMITED WARRANTY AGREEMENT ii
    COPYRIGHT iv
    PREFACE v
    TABLE OF *******S vii
    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix
    MATHEMATICS 1
    • NUMBERS, FRACTIONS, AND DECIMALS • ALGEBRA AND
    EQUATIONS • GEOMETRY • SOLUTION OF TRIANGLES
    • LOGARITHMS • MATRICES • ENGINEERING ECONOMICS
    • MANUFACTURING DATA ANALYSIS
    MECHANICS AND STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 154
    • MECHANICS • VELOCITY, ACCELERATION, WORK, AND ENERGY
    • STRENGTH OF MATERIALS • PROPERTIES OF BODIES • BEAMS
    • COLUMNS • PLATES, SHELLS, AND CYLINDERS • SHAFTS
    • SPRINGS • DISC SPRINGS • FLUID MECHANICS
    PROPERTIES, TREATMENT, AND TESTING OF MATERIALS 370
    • THE ELEMENTS, HEAT, MASS, AND WEIGHT • PROPERTIES OF
    WOOD, CERAMICS, PLASTICS, METALS • STANDARD STEELS
    • TOOL STEELS • HARDENING, TEMPERING, AND ANNEALING
    • NONFERROUS ALLOYS • PLASTICS
    DIMENSIONING, GAGING, AND MEASURING 607
    • DRAFTING PRACTICES • ALLOWANCES AND TOLERANCES FOR
    FITS • MEASURING INSTRUMENTS AND INSPECTION METHODS
    • SURFACE TEXTURE
    TOOLING AND TOOLMAKING 730
    • CUTTING TOOLS • CEMENTED CARBIDES • FORMING TOOLS
    • MILLING CUTTERS • REAMERS • TWIST DRILLS AND
    COUNTERBORES • TAPS • STANDARD TAPERS • ARBORS,
    CHUCKS, AND SPINDLES • BROACHES AND BROACHING • FILES
    AND BURS • TOOL WEAR AND SHARPENING
    MACHINING OPERATIONS 975
    • CUTTING SPEEDS AND FEEDS • SPEED AND FEED TABLES
    • ESTIMATING SPEEDS AND MACHINING POWER • MACHINING
    ECONOMETRICS • SCREW MACHINE FEEDS AND SPEEDS
    • CUTTING FLUIDS • MACHINING NONFERROUS METALS AND NONMETALLIC
    MATERIALS • GRINDING FEEDS AND SPEEDS
    • GRINDING AND OTHER ABRASIVE PROCESSES • KNURLS AND
    KNURLING • MACHINE TOOL ACCURACY • CNC NUMERICAL
    CONTROL PROGRAMMING
    MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 1264
    • PUNCHES, DIES, AND PRESS WORK • ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE
    MACHINING • IRON AND STEEL CASTINGS • SOLDERING AND
    BRAZING • WELDING • LASERS • FINISHING OPERATIONS
    FASTENERS 1422
    • DISTINGUISHING BOLTS FROM SCREWS • TORQUE AND TENSION IN
    FASTENERS • INCH THREADED FASTENERS • METRIC
    THREADED FASTENERS • HELICAL COIL SCREW THREAD INSERTS
    • BRITISH FASTENERS • MACHINE SCREWS AND NUTS • CAP AND
    SET SCREWS • SELF-THREADING SCREWS • T-SLOTS, BOLTS, AND
    NUTS • RIVETS AND RIVETED JOINTS • PINS AND STUDS
    • RETAINING RINGS • WING NUTS, WING SCREWS, AND THUMB
    SCREWS • NAILS, SPIKES, AND WOOD SCREWS

    THREADS AND THREADING 1708
    • SCREW THREAD SYSTEMS • UNIFIED SCREW THREADS
    • CALCULATING THREAD DIMENSIONS • METRIC SCREW
    THREADS • ACME SCREW THREADS • BUTTRESS THREADS
    • WHITWORTH THREADS • PIPE AND HOSE THREADS • OTHER
    THREADS • MEASURING SCREW THREADS • TAPPING AND
    THREAD CUTTING • THREAD ROLLING • THREAD GRINDING
    • THREAD MILLING • SIMPLE, COMPOUND, DIFFERENTIAL, AND
    BLOCK INDEXING
    GEARS, SPLINES, AND CAMS 2027
    • GEARS AND GEARING • HYPOID AND BEVEL GEARING • WORM
    GEARING • HELICAL GEARING • OTHER GEAR TYPES • CHECKING
    GEAR SIZES • GEAR MATERIALS • SPLINES AND SERRATIONS
    • CAMS AND CAM DESIGN
    MACHINE ELEMENTS 2215
    • PLAIN BEARINGS • BALL, ROLLER, AND NEEDLE BEARINGS
    • LUBRICATION • COUPLINGS, CLUTCHES, BRAKES • KEYS AND
    KEYSEATS • FLEXIBLE BELTS AND SHEAVES • TRANSMISSION
    CHAINS • BALL AND ACME LEADSCREWS • ELECTRIC MOTORS
    • ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS • O-RINGS • ROLLED STEEL, WIRE,
    AND SHEET-METAL • SHAFT ALIGNMENT
    MEASURING UNITS 2555
    • SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS • MEASURING UNITS • U.S.
    SYSTEM AND METRIC SYSTEM CONVERSIONS
    INDEX 2605
    INDEX OF STANDARDS 2693
    INDEX OF INTERACTIVE EQUATIONS 2705
    INDEX OF MATERIALS 2711
    INDEX OF ADDITIONAL ******* ON THE CD 2757


    ADDITIONAL ONLY ON THE CD 2765



    MATHEMATICS
    2772 Trig and Involute Functions
    2772 0 Degrees
    2777 5 Degrees
    2782 10 Degrees
    2787 15 Degrees
    2792 20 Degrees
    2797 25 Degrees
    2802 30 Degrees
    2807 35 Degrees
    2812 40 Degrees
    2816 45 Degrees
    2817 Constants for Sine-Bars
    2817 2.5-inch Sine-Bar
    2824 3-inch Sine-Bar
    2831 5-inch Sine-Bar
    2838 10-inch Sine-Bar
    2845 75-mm Sine-Bar
    2852 125-mm Sine-Bar
    2859 Squares of Numbers
    2859 Numbers from 1 to 999
    2861 Mixed Numbers from 1/64 to 12
    2863 Squares and Cubes of Fractions
    From 1/32 to 100
    2869 Fractions of Pi (π)
    2870 Powers, Roots, and Reciprocals
    2870 From 1 to 200
    2874 From 201 to 400
    2878 From 401 to 600
    2882 From 601 to 800
    2886 From 801 to 1000
    2890 From 1001 to 1500
    2900 From 1501 to 2000
    2910 Multiplication Tables for Fractions
    2910 Fractions and Whole Numbers
    2911 Common Fractions
    2913 Area and Volume of Spheres
    From 1/64 to 200
    2916 Circumference and Area of Circles
    From 1/64 to 999
    2928 Decimal Equivalents, Squares,
    Cubes, Roots, & Logarithms of
    Fractions
    2929 Curves
    2929 Catenary Curve
    MECHANICS AND STRENGTH OF
    MATERIALS
    2930 Balancing Rotating Parts
    2930 Static and Dynamic Balancing
    2930 Balancing Calculations
    2931 Masses in Same Plane
    2933 Masses in Two or More Planes
    2934 Balancing Lathe Fixtures
    2935 Running Balance
    2936 Classification
    2937 Energy by Velocity
    2937 Flywheel Design
    2938 Presses, Punches and Shears
    2939 Dimensions of Flywheels
    2940 Simplified Flywheel Calculations
    2941 Centrifugal Stresses in Flywheels
    2942 Combined Stresses in Flywheels
    2942 Thickness of Flywheel Rims
    2943 Safety Factors
    2943 Safe Rim Speeds
    2944 Safe Rotation Speeds
    2945 Bursting Speeds
    2946 Stresses in Rotating Disks
    2946 Steam Engine Flywheels
    2947 Spokes or Arms of Flywheels
    PROPERTIES, TREATMENT, AND
    TESTING OF MATERIALS
    2948 Properties of Materials
    2948 Copper-Clad Steel
    2948 Truflex
    2948 Firebrick Properties
    2948 Inconel
    2948 Inconel “X”
    2949 Lodestone
    2949 Metallography
    2950 Micarta
    2950 Monel
    2950 “R” Monel
    2950 “K” Monel
    2951 “KR” Monel
    2951 “S” Monel
    2951 “H” Monel
    2951 Nichrome
    2952 Nickel Alloy for Resisting Acids
    2952 Duronze
    PROPERTIES, TREATMENT, AND
    (Continued)
    TESTING OF MATERIALS
    2952 Aluminum Alloys, Wrought,
    Sheet
    2952 Plow-steel Wire Rope
    2953 Type Metal
    2953 Vanadium Steel
    2953 Wood’s Metal
    2953 Lumber
    2954 Lumber, Manufactured
    2954 Lumber Water *******
    2954 Pressure and Flow of Water
    2954 Water Pressure
    2956 Flow of Water in Pipes
    2957 Friction Loss
    2958 Flow through Nozzle
    2960 Buoyancy
    2960 Properties of Air
    2961 Volumes and Weights
    2962 Density of Air
    2963 Expansion and Compression
    2965 Horsepower Required to
    Compress Air
    2965 Continuity Equation
    2969 Flow of Air in Pipes
    2969 Flow of Compressed Air in Pipes
    DIMENSIONING, GAGING, AND
    MEASURING
    2971 Symbols For Drafting
    2971 Air Conditioning Symbols
    2972 Heating and Ventilation Symbols
    2973 Valve Symbols
    2974 Piping Symbols
    2975 Pipe Fittings Symbols
    2976 Dimensioning, Gaging, and
    Measuring
    2976 Transfer Calipers
    2976 Wheatstone Bridge
    TOOLING AND TOOL MAKING
    2978 Jig Bushings
    2978 Materials
    Press Fit Wearing Bushings
    2979 Head Type
    2980 Headless Type
    2982 Specifications
    (Continued)
    TOOLING AND TOOL MAKING
    Renewable Wearing Bushings
    2982 Slip Type
    2984 Fixed Type
    2985 Headless Type Liner Bushings
    2987 Locking Mechanisms
    2988 Jig Bushing Definitions
    2988 Jig Plate Thickness
    2988 Jig Bushing Designation System
    2988 Jig Boring
    2988 Definition of Jig and Fixture
    2988 Jig Borers
    2989 Jig-Boring Practice
    2990 Transfer of Tolerances
    2992 Determining Hole Coordinates
    2992 Coordinate Dimension Factors
    2994 Spacing Off Circumferences
    2996 Hole Coordinate Tables
    3008 Gage Blocks
    3008 Precision Gage Blocks
    3009 Gage Block Sets, Inch
    3010 Gage Block Sets, Metric
    3011 Miscellaneous Topics
    3011 Rotary Files and Burs
    3011 Tooth-rest for Cutter Grinding
    MACHINING OPERATIONS
    3012 Control Systems
    3013 Control Motor Types
    3015 Controllers
    3015 Control Function
    3016 Electromechanical Control Systems
    3016 Mechanical Stiffness
    3017 Torsional Vibration
    3017 Electric Motors
    3018 Stepper Motors
    3018 Gearing
    3019 Feedback Transducers
    3020 Analog Transducers
    3020 Synchros and Resolvers
    3020 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
    3021 Hydraulic Pumps
    3021 Hydraulic Fluids
    3024 Proportional Control Systems
    3025 Electronic Controls
    3025 Pneumatic Systems
    MACHINING OPERATIONS
    3026 Machining Operations
    3026 Feed Rate on Machine Tools
    3027 Billet
    3027 Milling Machines, Lincoln Type
    3027 Saddle
    3027 Cold Extrusion
    3028 Transfer Machines
    3028 Numerical Control
    3028 Introduction
    3029 CNC Technology
    3029 Numerical Control vs. Manual
    Operations
    3030 Numerical Control Standards
    3033 Programmable Controller
    3037 Closed-Loop System
    3037 Open-Loop System
    3037 Adaptive Control
    3038 Flexible Manufacturing Systems
    3039 Flexible Manufacturing Cell
    3039 Flexible Manufacturing Module
    3039 Programming
    3042 Postprocessors
    3043 G-Code Programming
    3043 Format Classification
    3043 Letter Addresses
    3045 Sequence Number (N-Word)
    3045 Preparatory Word (G-Word)
    3049 Miscellaneous Functions
    3050 Feed Function (F-Word)
    3051 Spindle Function (S-Word)
    3051 Tool Function (T-Word)
    3053 Linear Interpolation
    3054 Circular Interpolation
    3055 Helical and Parabolic
    Interpolation
    3056 Subroutine
    3058 Conditional Expressions
    3058 Fixed (Canned) Cycles
    3062 Turning Cycles
    3062 Thread Cutting
    3063 APT Programming
    3065 APT Computational Statements
    3065 APT Geometry Statements
    3066 Points, Lines and Circles
    3070 APT Motion Statements
    3071 Contouring Cutter Movements
    3072 Circles and Planes
    3074 3-D Geometry
    (Continued)
    MACHINING OPERATIONS
    3075 APT Postprocessor Statements
    3077 APT Example Program
    3078 APT for Turning
    3080 CAD/CAM
    3083 Drawing Projections
    3084 Drawing Tips and Traps
    3087 Sizes of Lettering on Drawing
    3088 Drawing Exchange Standards
    3089 Rapid Automated Prototyping
    3090 DNC
    3090 Machinery Noise
    3090 Measuring Machinery Noise
    MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    3092 Punches and Dies
    3092 Clearance
    3093 Lubricants for Press Work
    3093 Annealing Drawn Shells
    3093 Drawing Rectangular Shapes
    3093 Speeds and Pressures for Presses
    3094 Pressure Required for Punching
    3094 Shut Height of Press
    3094 Drawn Shells
    3094 Diameters of Shell Blanks
    3096 Drawn Cylindrical Shells
    3097 Depth and Diameter Reductions
    3098 Sheet Metal
    3098 Lengths of Straight Stock
    3102 Other Bending Allowance
    Formulas
    3102 Joining and Edging
    3107 Fine Blanking
    3109 Forge Shop Equipment
    3109 Blacksmiths' Anvils
    3109 Setting the Anvil
    3109 Steam Hammer Rating
    3109 Capacity of Steam Hammers
    3109 Power for Operating Steam
    Hammers
    3110 Board Drop-hammers
    3111 Forging Presses
    3112 Air Pressures and Pipe Sizes for
    Forges
    3112 The Cold Swaging Process
    3113 Forging Machines
    3113 Dies for Bolt and Rivet Forging
    Machines
    MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    3113 Dies and Tools Used in Hotpressed
    Center-feed Nut
    Machines
    3113 Bulldozer Dies
    3113 Helve Hammers
    3113 Vertical Power Hammers
    3113 Efficiency of Forging Hammers
    3115 Machinery and Hammer
    Foundations
    3115 Concrete Foundations
    3116 Drop Hammer Foundations
    3116 Foundation for Steam Hammer
    3116 Machine and Forge Shop Floor
    Materials
    3116 Concrete and Wooden Floors
    3117 To Prevent Dust on Concrete
    Floors
    3117 Floors for Forge Shops
    3118 Drop-Forging Dies
    3118 Steel for Drop-forging Dies
    3118 Allowance for Shrinkage
    3118 Draft Allowance
    3118 Locating Impression in the Die
    3118 Obtaining Weight of Forging from
    Lead Proof
    3119 Amount of Flash for Drop-forging
    Dies
    3119 The Break-down of Drop-forging
    Dies
    3119 Hardening Drop-forging Dies
    3119 Heating the Die
    3119 Cooling the Heated Die
    3120 Tempering Dies
    3120 Dies for Bronze and Copper
    Forgings
    3120 Trimming Dies for Drop-forgings
    3120 Standard Tolerances for Forgings
    3123 Welding Methods
    3123 Classes of Welds
    3123 Welding Heat
    3123 Fire for Welding
    3123 Fluxes for Welding
    3124 Fuels for Forge
    3124 Machine Welding
    3125 Hydraulic Press
    3125 Rules and Formulas for Hydraulic
    Press Calculations
    (Continued)
    MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    3127 Welding with Thermit
    3127 Thermit Process
    3127 Preparation of Part to be Welded
    3127 Mold for Thermit Welding
    3128 Thermit Required for Welding
    3128 Thermit Additions
    3128 Pre-heating — Making a Weld
    3129 Filling Shrinkage Holes and
    Surface Flaws
    3129 Composition of Thermit Steel
    3129 High- and Low-pressure Torches
    3129 Coloring Metals
    3129 General Requirements in the
    Coloring of Metal Surfaces
    3130 Cleaning Metals for Coloring
    3130 Pickling Solutions or Dips for
    Coloring
    3130 Coloring Brass
    3130 To Produce a Rich Gold Color
    3130 White Colors or Coatings
    3131 Silvering
    3131 To Give Brass a Green Tint
    3131 Blackening Brass
    3131 Preservation of Color
    3131 Niter Process of Bluing Steel
    3131 Bluing Steel by Heat-treatment
    3132 Blue-black Finish
    3132 Black Finish
    3132 Gun Metal Finish
    3133 Browning Iron and Steel
    3133 To Produce a Bronze Color
    3133 To Produce a Gray Color
    3133 Mottled Coloring
    3133 Coppering Solution
    3133 White Coatings for Laying Out
    Lines
    3133 To Produce Gray Colors
    3133 Blue and Violet Shades
    3133 To Give Brass a Green Tint
    3134 Etching And Etching Fluids
    3134 Etching Fluids for Different
    Metals
    3134 Etching Brass Nameplates
    3135 Producing a Black Background
    3135 Etching Ornamental Designs in
    Metal
    FASTENERS
    3137 Fasteners
    3137 Stove Bolt
    3137 Flattening Test
    3137 Rivets, Cold Formed
    3138 Expansion Bolt
    3138 Washers
    THREADS AND THREADING
    3139 Threads and Threading
    3139 History of Briggs Pipe Thread
    (NPT)
    3140 Lock-Nut Pipe Thread
    3140 Thread Grinding
    3141 Hand Chaser
    3141 Thread-Cutting Methods
    3142 Taps
    GEARS, SPLINES, AND CAMS
    3144 Geometry Factors For Gear Teeth
    3144 Contact and Bending Stresses
    3144 Geometry Factors for Pitting
    Resistance and Bending
    Strength
    3144 Exceptions to the Information
    Sheet Data and Procedures
    3144 Basic Gear Geometry of Spur and
    Helical Gears
    3146 Contact Ratios
    3147 Minimum Lengths of Lines of
    Contact
    3147 Load Sharing Ratio, mN
    3147 Calculating the Pitting Resistance
    Geometry Factor, I
    3148 Bending Strength Geometry
    Factor, J
    3149 Pressure Angle at Load
    Application Point
    3150 Generating-Rack Shift Coefficient
    3151 Tables of Geometry Factors, I and
    J
    3151 Using the Tables
    3160 Power–Transmitting Capacity of
    Spur Gears
    3160 Modes of Failure
    (Continued)
    GEARS, SPLINES, AND CAMS
    3160 Strength Calculations for Spur and
    Helical Gears
    3161 Rating Formulas
    3161 Exceptions
    3161 Additional Considerations
    3162 Criteria for Gear Tooth Capacity
    3162 Relationship of Pitting Resistance
    and Bending Strength Ratings
    3163 Fundamental Rating Formulas
    3163 Pitting Resistance
    3164 Symbols Used in Gear Rating
    Equations
    3166 Pitting Resistance Power Rating
    3166 Contact Load Factor, K
    3167 Bending Strength
    3167 Allowable Bending Stress
    Number
    3168 Bending Strength Power Rating
    3168 Values for Factors Applied in
    Fundamental Equations
    3168 Rim Thickness Factor KB
    3168 Geometry Factors I and J
    3168 Transmitted Tangential Load, Wt
    3169 Dynamic Factors, Cv and Kd
    3171 Application Factors, Ca and Ka
    3171 Service Factors, CSF and KSF
    3172 Elastic Coefficient,Cp
    3172 Surface Condition Factor, Cf
    3172 Size Factors, Cs and Ks
    3172 Load Distribution Factors, Cm
    and Km
    3174 Allowable Stress Numbers, Sac
    and Sat
    3175 Case Depth of Surface–Hardened
    Gears
    3176 Momentary Overloads
    3176 Yield Strength
    3176 Hardness Ratio Factor CH
    3177 Life Factors CL and KL
    3178 Localized Yielding
    3178 Reliability Factors, CR and KR
    3178 Temperature Factors CT and KT
    (Continued)
    GEARS, SPLINES, AND CAMS
    3180 Worm Gearing
    3180 Standard Design for Fine-pitch
    3181 Formulas for Proportions of
    Wormgears
    3182 Proportions of Fine-pitch Worms
    and Wormgears
    3190 Materials for Worm Gearing
    3190 Single-thread Worms
    3190 Multi-thread Worms
    3192 Ratio for Obtaining “Hunting
    Tooth” Action
    3193 Pitch Diameter of Worm
    3193 Addendum and Dedendum
    3194 Outside Diameter of Wormgear
    3194 Pressure Angles
    3194 Designing Worm Gearing
    Relative to Center Distance and
    Ratio
    3195 Efficiency of Worm Gearing
    3199 Self-locking or Irreversible Worm
    Gearing
    3199 Worm Gearing Operating
    Temperatures
    3199 Thermal Rating
    3200 Water and Forced-Air Cooling
    3200 Double-enveloping Worm
    Gearing
    3202 Worm Thread Cutting
    3202 Wormgear Hobs
    3203 Helical Fluted Hobs
    3204 Gear Shaving
    MACHINE ELEMENTS
    3206 Cement
    3206 Portland Cement
    3206 Natural Cement
    3207 Pozzuolanic or Slag Cement
    3207 Concrete
    3207 Concrete
    3207 Concrete Mixtures
    3207 Sand, Gravel, and Stone for
    Concrete
    3207 Amount of Water for Mixing
    Concrete
    3207 Reinforced Concrete
    3208 Strength of Concrete
    3208 Durability of Concrete in Sea
    Water
    (Continued)
    MACHINE ELEMENTS
    3208 Waterproofing Concrete
    3208 Resistance to Acids and Oils
    3208 Lutes and Cements
    3209 Water-proof Compositions
    3209 Oil-proof Cements
    3209 Acid-proof Cements
    3209 Gasket Compositions
    3210 Machinists Cements
    3210 Leather Cements
    3210 Iron and Stone Cements
    3210 Cement Proof to Hydrocarbon
    Gases
    3210 Cements Proof to Chlorine
    3210 Elastic Cements
    3211 General Purposes
    3211 Marine Glue
    3211 Acid-proof Lining
    3211 Cements for Pipe Joints
    3211 Adhesives
    3211 Adhesives Bonding
    3215 Sealants
    3215 Sealants
    3216 British Keys and Keyways
    3216 Metric Keys and Keyways
    3221 Preferred Lengths of Metric Keys
    3222 Parallel Keys, Keyways, Keybars
    3224 Taper Keys and Keyways
    3226 Dimensions and Tolerances
    3226 Woodruff Keys and Keyways
    3228 Preferred Lengths of Plain and
    Gib-head Keys
    3229 Wrought Steel Pipe
    3230 Weights and Dimensions
    3232 Properties of Schedule Pipe
    3234 Volume of Flow
    3235 Plastics Pipe
    3235 Dimensions and Weights
    3236 Properties and Uses
    3238 Pipe and Tube Bending
    3238 Definitions of Pipe Fittings
    Continued)
    MACHINE ELEMENTS
    3241 Strength and Properties of Wire
    Rope
    3241 Wire Rope Construction
    3243 Properties of Wire Rope
    3244 Classes of Wire Rope
    3245 Weights and Strengths
    3249 Sizes and Strengths
    3250 Factors of Safety
    3251 Installing Wire Rope
    3252 Drum and Reel Capacities
    3253 Pressures for Drums and Sheaves
    3253 Sheave and Drum Groove
    Dimensions
    3254 Cutting and Seizing
    3254 Maintenance
    3254 Lubrication of Wire Rope
    3255 Wire Rope Slings and Fittings
    3255 Slings
    3255 Wire Rope Fittings
    3255 Applying Clips and Attaching
    Sockets
    3257 Load Capacities
    (Continued)
    MACHINE ELEMENTS
    3259 Crane Chain and Hooks
    3259 Material for Crane Chains
    3259 Strength of Chains
    3259 Hoisting and Crane Chains
    3259 Maximum Wear on a Link
    3260 Safe Loads for Ropes and Chains
    3261 Strength of Manila Rope
    3263 Loads Lifted by Crane Chains
    3264 Winding Drum Scores for Chain
    3264 Sprocket Wheels for Link Chains
    3266 Crane Hooks
    3266 Making an Eye-splice
    3267 Eye-bolts
    3268 Eye Nuts and Lift Eyes
    3269 Specifying Eyebolt Capacities
    3269 Rigger’s Capacity
    3269 Engineering Capacity
    3270 Miscellaneous Topics
    3270 Nordberg Key
    3270 Woodruff Keys
    3270 Saddle Key
    3270 Locomotive Development
    3270 Percentages of Radial and Thrust
    Loads
    3271 Roller Bearing
    3271 Ball Bearing Lubrication
    3272 Engine Governors
    3273 Loaded or Weighted Fly-ball
    Governors
    3273 Sensitiveness and Stability of
    Governors
    3274 Shaft Governors
    3274 Rope Splicing


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    مَنْ أَعَانَ ظَالِماً لِيُدْحِضَ بِبَاطِلِهِ حَقّاً فَقَدْ بَرِئَتْ مِنْهُ ذِمَّةُ الله وَذِمَّةُ رَسُولِهِ )
    أخرجه الحاكم وقال: صحيح الإسناد.


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