Authors : Oberg Erik - Jones Franklin D. - Horton Holbrook L. - Ryffel Henry H.
Title : Machinery's Handbook 27th Edition
Year : 2004
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Machinery's Handbook has served as the principal reference work in metalworking, design and manufacturing facilities, and in technical schools and colleges throughout the world, for more than 90 years of continuous publication. Throughout this period, the intention of the Handbook editors has always been to create a comprehensive and practical tool, combining the most basic and essential aspects of sophisticated manufacturing practice. A tool to be used in much the same way that other tools are used, to make and repair products of high quality, at the lowest cost, and in the shortest time possible. The essential basics, material that is of proven and everlasting worth, must always be included if the Handbook is to continue to provide for the needs of the manufacturing community. But, it remains a difficult task to select suitable material from the almost unlimited supply of data pertaining to the manufacturing and mechanical engineering fields, and to provide for the needs of design and production departments in all sizes of manufacturing plants and workshops, as well as those of job shops, the hobbyist, and students of trade and technical schools. The editors rely to a great extent on conversations and written communications with users of the Handbook for guidance on topics to be introduced, revised, lengthened, shortened, or omitted. In response to such suggestions, in recent years material on logarithms, trigonometry, and sine-bar constants have been restored after numerous requests for these topics. Also at the request of users, in 1997 the first ever large-print or “desktop” edition of the Handbook was published, followed in 1998 by the publication of Machinery's Handbook CD-ROM including hundreds of additional pages of material restored from earlier editions. The large-print and CD-ROM editions have since become permanent additions to the growing family of Machinery's Handbook products. Regular users of the Handbook will quickly discover some of the many changes embodied in the present edition. One is the combined Mechanics and Strength of Materials section, arising out of the two former sections of similar name; another is the Index of Standards, intended to assist in locating standards information. “Old style” numerals, in continuous use in the first through twenty-fifth editions, are now used only in the index for page references, and in cross reference throughout the text. The entire text of this edition, including all the tables and equations, has been reset, and a great many of the numerous figures have been redrawn. This edition contains more information than ever before, and sixty-four additional pages brings the total length of the book to 2704 pages, the longest Handbook ever. ...
Oberg Erik - Jones Franklin D. - Horton Holbrook L. - Ryffel Henry H. - Machinery's Handbook 27th Edition
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