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Reliabilitybased mechanical design, Volume 2, Component under cyclic load and dimension design with required reliability, Le Xiaobin
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 A component will not be reliable unless it is designed with required reliability. ReliabilityBased Mechanical Design uses the reliability to link all design parameters of a component together to form a limit state function for mechanical design. This design methodology uses the reliability to replace the factor of safety as a measure of the safe status of a component. The goal of this methodology is to design a mechanical component with required reliability and at the same time, quantitatively indicates the failure percentage of the component. ReliabilityBased Mechanical Design consists of two separate books: Volume 1: Component under Static Load, and Volume 2: Component under Cyclic Load and Dimension Design with Required Reliability. This book is ReliabilityBased Mechanical Design, Volume 2: Component under Cyclic Load and Dimension Design with Required Reliability. It begins with a systematic description of a cyclic load. Then, the books use two probabilistic fatigue theories to establish the limit state function of a component under cyclic load, and further to present how to calculate the reliability of a component under a cyclic loading spectrum. Finally, the book presents how to conduct dimension design of typical components such as bar, pin, shaft, beam under static load, or cyclic loading spectrum with required reliability. Now, the designed component will be reliable because it has been designed with the required reliability. The book presents many examples for each topic and provides a wide selection of exercise problems at the end of each chapter. This book is written as a textbook for senior mechanical engineering students after they study the course Design of Machine Elements or a similar course. This book is also a good reference for design engineers and presents design methods in such sufficient detail that those methods are readily used in the design
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 PDF (xvii, 237 pages)
 Note
 Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
 Contents

 1. Introduction and cyclic loading spectrum  1.1. Introduction  1.2. Cyclic loading spectrum  1.3. References  1.4. Exercises
 2. Reliability of a component under cyclic load  2.1. Introduction  2.2. Fatigue damage mechanism  2.3. Fatigue test, sn curve, and material endurance limit  2.4. The Marin modification factors  2.5. The effect of mean stress  2.6. The fatigue stress concentration factor  2.7. Reliability of a component with an infinite life  2.8. Reliability of a component by the PSN curves approach  2.9. The probabilistic fatigue damage theory (the KD model)  2.10. Summary  2.11. References  2.12. Exercises
 3. The dimension of a component with required reliability  3.1. Introduction  3.2. Dimension design with required reliability  3.3. Dimension of a component with required reliability under static loading  3.4. Dimension of a component with required reliability under cyclic loading spectrum  3.5. Summary  3.6. References  3.7. Exercises
 A. computational methods for the reliability of a component  A.1. The HasoferLind (HL) method  A.2. The Rackwitz and Fiessler (RF) method  A.3. The Monte Carlo method  A.4. References
 B. Samples of MATLAB® programs  B.1. The HL method for example 2.6  B.2. The RF method for example 2.7  B.3. The Monte Carlo method for example 2.8  B.4. The MHL method for example 3.3  B.5. The MRF program for example 3.5  B.6. The modified Monte Carlo method for example 3.7
 Isbn
 9781681736648
 Label
 Reliabilitybased mechanical design, Volume 2, Component under cyclic load and dimension design with required reliability
 Title
 Reliabilitybased mechanical design
 Title number
 Volume 2
 Title part
 Component under cyclic load and dimension design with required reliability
 Statement of responsibility
 Le Xiaobin
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 A component will not be reliable unless it is designed with required reliability. ReliabilityBased Mechanical Design uses the reliability to link all design parameters of a component together to form a limit state function for mechanical design. This design methodology uses the reliability to replace the factor of safety as a measure of the safe status of a component. The goal of this methodology is to design a mechanical component with required reliability and at the same time, quantitatively indicates the failure percentage of the component. ReliabilityBased Mechanical Design consists of two separate books: Volume 1: Component under Static Load, and Volume 2: Component under Cyclic Load and Dimension Design with Required Reliability. This book is ReliabilityBased Mechanical Design, Volume 2: Component under Cyclic Load and Dimension Design with Required Reliability. It begins with a systematic description of a cyclic load. Then, the books use two probabilistic fatigue theories to establish the limit state function of a component under cyclic load, and further to present how to calculate the reliability of a component under a cyclic loading spectrum. Finally, the book presents how to conduct dimension design of typical components such as bar, pin, shaft, beam under static load, or cyclic loading spectrum with required reliability. Now, the designed component will be reliable because it has been designed with the required reliability. The book presents many examples for each topic and provides a wide selection of exercise problems at the end of each chapter. This book is written as a textbook for senior mechanical engineering students after they study the course Design of Machine Elements or a similar course. This book is also a good reference for design engineers and presents design methods in such sufficient detail that those methods are readily used in the design
 Cataloging source
 CaBNVSL
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Le, Xiaobin
 Dewey number
 621.8/15
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 no index present
 LC call number
 TJ230
 LC item number
 .L473 2019eb vol. 2
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 Series statement
 Synthesis lectures on mechanical engineering,
 Series volume
 21
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Machine design
 Structural design
 Reliability (Engineering)
 Target audience
 adult
 Label
 Reliabilitybased mechanical design, Volume 2, Component under cyclic load and dimension design with required reliability, Le Xiaobin
 Note
 Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 1. Introduction and cyclic loading spectrum  1.1. Introduction  1.2. Cyclic loading spectrum  1.3. References  1.4. Exercises
 2. Reliability of a component under cyclic load  2.1. Introduction  2.2. Fatigue damage mechanism  2.3. Fatigue test, sn curve, and material endurance limit  2.4. The Marin modification factors  2.5. The effect of mean stress  2.6. The fatigue stress concentration factor  2.7. Reliability of a component with an infinite life  2.8. Reliability of a component by the PSN curves approach  2.9. The probabilistic fatigue damage theory (the KD model)  2.10. Summary  2.11. References  2.12. Exercises
 3. The dimension of a component with required reliability  3.1. Introduction  3.2. Dimension design with required reliability  3.3. Dimension of a component with required reliability under static loading  3.4. Dimension of a component with required reliability under cyclic loading spectrum  3.5. Summary  3.6. References  3.7. Exercises
 A. computational methods for the reliability of a component  A.1. The HasoferLind (HL) method  A.2. The Rackwitz and Fiessler (RF) method  A.3. The Monte Carlo method  A.4. References
 B. Samples of MATLAB® programs  B.1. The HL method for example 2.6  B.2. The RF method for example 2.7  B.3. The Monte Carlo method for example 2.8  B.4. The MHL method for example 3.3  B.5. The MRF program for example 3.5  B.6. The modified Monte Carlo method for example 3.7
 Control code
 201908MEC021
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 PDF (xvii, 237 pages)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781681736648
 Media category
 electronic
 Media MARC source
 isbdmedia
 Other physical details
 illustrations (some color).
 Reformatting quality
 access
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number

 (CaBNVSL)thg00979615
 (OCoLC)1124612746
 Label
 Reliabilitybased mechanical design, Volume 2, Component under cyclic load and dimension design with required reliability, Le Xiaobin
 Note
 Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 1. Introduction and cyclic loading spectrum  1.1. Introduction  1.2. Cyclic loading spectrum  1.3. References  1.4. Exercises
 2. Reliability of a component under cyclic load  2.1. Introduction  2.2. Fatigue damage mechanism  2.3. Fatigue test, sn curve, and material endurance limit  2.4. The Marin modification factors  2.5. The effect of mean stress  2.6. The fatigue stress concentration factor  2.7. Reliability of a component with an infinite life  2.8. Reliability of a component by the PSN curves approach  2.9. The probabilistic fatigue damage theory (the KD model)  2.10. Summary  2.11. References  2.12. Exercises
 3. The dimension of a component with required reliability  3.1. Introduction  3.2. Dimension design with required reliability  3.3. Dimension of a component with required reliability under static loading  3.4. Dimension of a component with required reliability under cyclic loading spectrum  3.5. Summary  3.6. References  3.7. Exercises
 A. computational methods for the reliability of a component  A.1. The HasoferLind (HL) method  A.2. The Rackwitz and Fiessler (RF) method  A.3. The Monte Carlo method  A.4. References
 B. Samples of MATLAB® programs  B.1. The HL method for example 2.6  B.2. The RF method for example 2.7  B.3. The Monte Carlo method for example 2.8  B.4. The MHL method for example 3.3  B.5. The MRF program for example 3.5  B.6. The modified Monte Carlo method for example 3.7
 Control code
 201908MEC021
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 PDF (xvii, 237 pages)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781681736648
 Media category
 electronic
 Media MARC source
 isbdmedia
 Other physical details
 illustrations (some color).
 Reformatting quality
 access
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number

 (CaBNVSL)thg00979615
 (OCoLC)1124612746
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