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Mechanisms / Machines by Larry Teel

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Mechanisms / Machines
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Publisher: Delmar Publishers
ISBN/ASIN: B0006W6EWK
Number of pages: 177

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This material presents the topic of modern machines. It combines the elements of mechanical theory, drafting skills and practical applications. The topics treated include: graphical analysis of machines in the areas of velocity and acceleration polygons, and the dynamics of cams, gears and intermittent motion mechanisms.

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