In the previous article, we have discussed what are the different manufacturing processes. The manufacturing process turns the raw material into finished products. There are different manufacturing process which uses different technologies and machinery to get the final products from the raw material. In this article, we discussed the different casting processes. Casting Processes Casting […]
In Mechanical Engineering, Machine Design is subjected to creating new or Advanced machines. This involves improving the existing machines to better machines.
The design process is a time-consuming process which includes implementing an Idea and considering the commercial and economic aspects, Making the idea into a shape in the form of drawings by keeping the available resources in mind to make the actual Idea into a life.
This is the art of Mechanical engineering.
The Idea Thake shape and eventually come to life
Crane Hook Design Problem: The crane hook carries a load of 20 kN as shown in given below Fig. The section at X-X is rectangular whose horizontal side is 100 mm. Find the stresses in the inner and outer fibres, the given section. Solution: Given data (All are in Metric Units) Load (W) = 20kN […]
When we say common Cross-section properties, what we will think of? First of all Sectional area, Section modulus, the moment of inertia, and few other. The different cross-section properties for the different cross-sections such as circular, square, rectangular and trapezoidal and triangular are discussed briefly in this article. First of all, we have to understand […]
In material science, materials are classified into four groups Metals, Non-metals, Ceramics, Composites. In this article, we are going to discuss Non-Metallic Materials. The Non-Metallic materials are used in engineering due to their less density and flexibility, resistance to electricity, heat and most importantly it is available at low costs. Non-Metallic Materials Before going into the topic it […]
The metal which is consisting of the main constituent other than the iron is known as Non-ferrous metals. For example aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium and zinc. We have discussed the characteristics of the different Non-ferrous metals and the purpose and use of the non-ferrous metal in different applications in this article. Non-Ferrous Metals Having lightweight, high conductivity, corrosion resistance […]