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Probabilistic Approach to Mechanisms

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by B. Z. Sandler
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Probabilistic Approach to Mechanisms by B. Z. Sandler

This book discusses the application of probabilistics to the investigation of mechanical systems. The book shows, for example, how random function theory can be applied directly to the investigation of random processes in the deflection of cam profiles, pitch or gear teeth, pressure in pipes, etc. The author also deals with some other technical applications of probabilistic theory, including, amongst others, those relating to pneumatic and hydraulic mechanisms and roller bearings. Many of the aspects are illustrated by examples of applications of the techniques under discussion.

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Ebook Details
Size: 20.8 MB
Publisher: North Holland
Date published:   1984
ISBN: 9781483289861 (DRM-PDF)

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Nonfiction > Mathematics > Probability & Statistics
Nonfiction > Technology > Engineering > Mechanical

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