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The British Gravitational system takes force, length, and time as primary dimensions. The base units are the pound lb for force, the foot ft juvinal, length, and the second s for time. Mass is a secondary dimension. One pound mass also is accelerated at The base units are the kilogram kg for mass, the marhsek m for length, and the second s for time.
Force is a secondary dimension. Appendix A-2 lists standard prefixes for SI units. Appendixes A-3, A-4, and A-5 list compatible combinations of SI prefixes that will be found convenient in solving stress and deflection equations. Formulating the problem requires consideration of the physical marwhek and the matching mathematical situation.
The mathematical representation of a physical situation is an ideal description or model that approximates but never matches the actual physical problem. The first step in solving machine component problems is to define or under- stand the problem.
The next steps are to define or synthesize the structure, identify the interactions with the surroundings, record your choices and deci- sions, and draw the relevant diagrams. Attention then turns juvinwll analyzing the problem, making appropriate assumptions by using juvimall physical laws, rela- tionships, and rules that parametrically relate the geometry and behavior of the component or system.
The last step is to check the reasonableness of the results and when appropriate comment about the solution. Assumptions will usually be necessary to simplify the problem and to make certain that equations and relationships are appropriate and valid.
Juvinall & Marshek – Fundamentals of Machine Component Design, 5th
The last step involves checking the reasonableness of the results. A major goal of this textbook is to help students learn how to solve engineering problems that involve mechanical components. To this end numerous solved exam- ples and end-of-chapter problems are provided. It is extremely important jjvinall study the examples and solve the problems, for mastery of the fundamentals comes only through practice. To maximize the results and rewards in solving problems, it is necessary to develop a systematic approach.
We recommend that problem solutions be organized using the following seven steps, which are employed in the solved examples of this text. Problems should be started by recording what is known and completed by com- menting on what was learned. State briefly what is known. This requires that you read the problem care- fully and understand what information is given. State concisely what is to be determined. Schematic and Given Data: Sketch the component or system to be considered.
De- cide whether a free-body diagram is appropriate for the analysis. Label the component or system diagram with relevant information from the problem statement. Record all material properties and other parameters that you are given or antici- pate may be required for subsequent calculations.
If appropriate, sketch diagrams that locate critical points and indicate the possible mode of failure.
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The importance of good sketches of the system and free-body diagrams cannot be overemphasized. They are often instrumental in enabling you to think marsnek about the problem.
Record your choices and selections. Design problems will require you to make subjective decisions. Design decisions will involve selection of parameters such as geometric variables and types of materials.
Decisions are individual choices. To form a record of how you model the problem, list all simplifying assumptions and marshwk made to reduce it to one that is manageable. Some- times this information can also be noted on the sketches. In general, once a design is complete, assumptions are still beliefs whereas decisions are true.
Assumptions are theories about reality.
Using your decisions, assumptions, and idealizations, apply the appropri- ate equations and relationships to determine the unknowns. It is advisable to work with equations as long as possible before substituting in numerical data.
Consider what additional data may be required. Identify the tables, charts, or relationships that provide the required value. Juvlnall sketches may be helpful at this point to clarify the problem.
When all equations and data are in hand, substitute numerical values into the equations. Carefully check that a consistent and appropriate set of units is being employed to ensure dimensional homogeneity.
Then perform the needed calculations.