Mechanical Engineering Formulas Pocket Guide by Tyler G. HicksMechanical Engineering Formulas Pocket Guide by Tyler G. Hicks

Mechanical Engineering Formulas Pocket Guide

byTyler G. Hicks

Spiral Bound | February 19, 2003

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THOUSANDS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FORMULAS . IN YOUR POCKET AND AT YOUR FINGERTIPS! . . This portable find-it-now reference contains thousands of indispensable formulas mechanical engineers need for day-to-day practice. Iti s all here in one compact resource -- everything from HVAC to stress and vibration equations -- measuring fatigue, bearings, gear design, simple mechanics, and more.. . Compiled by a professional engineer with many yearsi experience, the Pocket Guideincludes common conversions, symbols, and vital calculations data. Youi ll find just what you need to solve your problems quickly, easily, and accurately.
Tyler Hicks is a registered professional engineer associated with International Engineering Associates. He is an active member of ASME, the U.S. Naval Institute, and the American Merchant Marine Museum Foundation. Mr. Hicks is the author of McGraw-Hill's Handbook of Mechanical Engineering Calculations and Standard Handbook of Enginee...
Title:Mechanical Engineering Formulas Pocket GuideFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:290 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.69 inPublished:February 19, 2003Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071356096

ISBN - 13:9780071356091

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Table of Contents



How to Use This Book

Section 1: Conversion Factors for Mechanical Engineering Practice

Section 2: Mechanics--Statics and Kinetics Formulas

Section 3: Formulas for Stresses in Machine Members

Section 4: Shaft and Shafting Formulas

Section 5: Machine Component and Reliability Formulas

Section 6: Metalworking Formulas

Section 7: Formulas for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning

Section 8: Thermodynamics Formulas

Section 9: Energy Engineering Formulas

Section 10: Formulas for Fluids Engineering


Editorial Reviews

The contents of this portable resource are divided into ten sections and include topics on machine members, shafts, reliability, metalworking, HVAC, thermodynamics, power plants, and fluids. Hicks includes diagrams and associated formulas on moments of ineria, torsion, beam formulas along with other diagrams ...