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You're welcome Kaka!!! This is the spirit of the forum
Really your question is not complicated. Listen, all the thinks which consists of to designed process come from the
If I understand, you want designed a centrifugal rotor, ok. By Frictional Torque I understand you want to calculate the sum of the
Thanks bro, this is amazing how easy is theory in american technical books, and moreover there is a plenty simply understanding examples. I must load
I have no specific knowledge about medical centrifuges - but if you have a look at the MS Power Point presentation below - you will see
Sometimes, on a journey to become a true leader, let’s take a break and ask yourself whether you are on track or not. As an employer, what is the most
Authors: Shigley, Budynas and Nisbett
Title: Mechanical Engineering Design
Publisher: Mc Graw Hill
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Did you may post link to this book? Or if no please write a full title of this book. I will be grateful to you.
as I wrote some posts ago, Shigley and Juvinall in their books discuss about the Wohler curve construction.
You can easily
Thanks everybody for help. PierArg your fatigue curve is ok, but i must recalculate my problem couple of times then i have a guarante that it is good.
Hey all! I am from the Bluegrass state of Kentucky, United States. Nice to see all the variety of cultures here.
Hi All, first post here, I've been "spying" on forums and taking it in then decided I may as well get involved. So, Hello from the western part
First and foremost, yes you can see in a diagram presented by the American Welding Society, in the Welding Handbook that you can
I've found a site that might be of some help to you. It is the Ductile Iron Societies web page for engineers. Here is the link http://ductile.org/didata/Section3/3part1.htm#top
You might try adding a UHMW polyethylene washer to the stack. These do not require lubricant. You can adjust the feel by how hard you clamp the stack.