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First Edition. Printed in U. London: 2 Caxton St. Other important aspects of the helical spring design. Frequently this factor of safety is taken equal to 1. Springs", by Betty, et al.
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Jump to Page. Search inside document. Mechanical springs, by A. Although mechanical springs often represent important components of modern machines and de- vices, in the past such springs too often have been designed on the basis of empirical or "rule of thumb" methods which do not take full account of the limitations of the materials used or of the mechanical stresses set up during operation.
This is particularly true for applications where fatigue or repeated loading is involved. As a consequence, unsatisfactory operation or even mechanical failure has resulted in many cases. It is the author's hope that the present book may contribute something toward the avoidance of such conditions by helping to put the specification of springs on a more rational basis. Much of the material in the book has also been based on research reported in the Transactions of the A.
Journal and the author's series of articles published in Machine Design during the past several years. Because of the importance of the helical compression or tension spring a relatively large amount of space has been de- voted to this type.
Not only have the theoretical aspects of stress calculation of this type of spring been treated in con- siderable detail, but much emphasis also has been laid upon the fatigue properties of such springs, as well as on the fatigue problem of spring materials in general. Other important aspects of the helical spring design problem treated in various chapters include creep effects under static loading, buckling, lateral loading, vibration and surging.
Besides the helical spring, the fundamentals of design of other important spring types including disk, Belleville, flat, leaf, torsion, spiral, volute and ring springs have been treated. Be- cause of its military importance, the volute type of spring has been discussed in considerable detail. Although rubber is not ordinarily thought of as a spring material, the extensive application of rubber springs and mount- ings in recent years has made the inclusion of a chapter on this subject appear advisable.
Mechanical Springs by A M Wahl
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