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Engineering, Manufacturing Calculators and Equations - Most calculators are free, however advanced design calculators will require a Premium Membership to access.

Beam Deflection and Stress Design Equations Calculators - Advanced beam stress and deflection equations and calculators. Basic calculators are free.

Design for Manufacturability and Assembly DFM DFMA - DFM DFMA Resources

Geometric Boundaries II ASME Y 14.5-2009 - Interpretation and Application of ASME Y14.5-2009 GD&T

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Differences Between ASME Y14.5-2009 and ISO 1101 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing - Quick Guide to differences Between ASME Y14.5-2009 and ISO 1101 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

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Geometric Metrology per. ASME Y14.5-2009 - Dimensional Tolerances Inspection & Practices in Manufacturing Fundamentals

Limited Dimension Drawings LDD, Critical Feature Drawings - Presentation and research for Limited Dimension Drawings LDD, Critical Feature Drawings

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    Handbook for Machine Design and Engineers - Practical Design Engineering book

    Ingenious Mechanisms Volume I - Mechanisms 'and Mechanical Movements Selected from Automatic Machines and Various Other Forms of Mechanical Apparatus as Outstanding Examples of Ingenious Design Embodying Ideas or Principles Applicable in Designing Machines or Devices Requiring Automatic Features or Mechanical Control.

    Ingenious Mechanisms Volume II - This additional volume of Ingenious Mechanisms for Designers and Inventors Volume has been published as a companion book to Volume I in order to present illustrated descriptions of a large variety of mechanisms and mechanical movements not at hand when Volume I was produced.

    Ingenious Mechanisms Volume III - Large number of mechanisms and mechanical movements not previously described in Volumes I and II have been brought together for convenient study and reference.

    Ingenious Mechanisms Volume IV - Ingenious Mechanisms for Designers and Inventors Volume IV. The mechanisms described in Volume IV have been developed for application in a wide variety of fields.

    Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Movements Book. - Published 1868 by Henry T. Brown.

    Ultimate Fastener Design Manual - Comprehensive fastener design manual developed and publish by NASA.

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Fluid Mechanics, Course in Theoretical Physics

The nature of the book is largely determined by the fact that it describes fluid mechanics as a branch of theoretical physics, and it is therefore markedly different from other textbooks on the same subject. We have tried to develop as fully as possible all matters of physical interest, and to do so in such a way as to give the clearest possible picture of the phenomena and their interrelation.

Elementary Principles of Chemical Process

The chemical process constitutes the structural and motivational framework for the presentation of all of the text material. When we bring in concepts from physical chemistry—for example, vapor pressure, solubility, and heat capacity—we introduce them as quantities whose values are required to determine process variables or to perform material and energy balance calculations on a process.

Heat and Thermodynamics

When the first edition of "Heat and Thermodynamics" appeared thirty years ago, it was intended for students preparing for careers in physics, in chemistry, and in all branches of engineering. It was designed for sophomores, or at most juniors, and was meant to be a first introduction to the principles and subject matter of thermodynamics.

Theoretical Mechanics, Kinematics, Dynamics and Static's

It is the purpose of this book to present an account of Newtonian mechanics and its applications. Includes 720 Solved Problems with an introduction to Lagrange's Equations and Hamiltonian Theory

Basic Electrical Engineering, SI Units

Electrical engineering and design textbook

Surveying Problems and Solutions Manual

This book is an attempt to deal with the basic mathematical aspects of 'Engineering Surveying', i.e. surveying applied to construction and mining engineering projects, and to give guidance on practical methods of solving the typical problems posed in practice and, in theory, by the various examining bodies.

Handbook of Instruments Automation and Sensors

Humans cannot measure anything in the absolute. We can only compare measurement values generated by different devices. Therefore, the accuracy of any sensor is a function of the precision of the reference it was calibrated against.

Robotics, Designing Mechanisms for Automated Machinery

This book provides information on the stages of machinery design for automated manufacturing and offers a step-by-step process for making it optimal. This is illustrated by numerous examples of technical concepts taken from different manufacturing domains.

Mechanisms in Modern Engineering Design

A Handbook for Engineers, Designers, and Inventors. One of the problems facing the modern theory of mechanisms is the study and systematization of the huge inheritance accumulated in mechanical engineering practice and consisting of numerous mechanisms applied in various machines, instruments and devices.

Specification for Rubber Gaskets

Prescribes requirements and tests for vulcanized rubber gaskets of four different types for various applications. Each type is divided into a number of classes in different hardness ranges. Types-Vulcanized rubber gaskets shall be of four types depending upon the service conditions and applications, namely: