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  • INDUS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Name : Keval Patel Subject Code :Subject Name : Machine Design And Industrial Drafting B.E Mechanical Engineering , 1st Semester
  • Machine Design• Creation of new and better machines and improving the existing ones.• Better machine is one which is more economical in the overall cost of production and operation
  • Machine design New Adaptive Developdesign design design View slide
  • General Considerations in Machine Design Type of load and stresses caused by the load. Motion of the parts or kinematics of the machine. Selection of materials. Form and size of the parts. Frictional resistance and lubrication. Convenient and economical features. Use of standard parts. Safety of operation. Workshop facilities. Number of machines to be manufactured. Cost of construction. Assembling. View slide
  • General Procedure in Machine Design
  • Classification of materials
  • Material Metals Non metals compositesFerrous Non ferrous Plastics Glass fiber Carbon Cast iron Brass Glass fiber Steel Copper Rubber FRP HSS Tin Ceramics Alloy Steel Aluminum Wood
  • Physical Properties of Metals• Colour• Size• Shape• Density• Electric conductivity• Thermal conductivity• Melting point• Transparency
  • Mechanical Properties of Metals• Strength • Toughness• Stiffness • Machinability• Elasticity • Resilience• Plasticity • Creep• Ductility • Fatigue• Brittleness • Hardness
  • Any Questions ? ? ? ?