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A treatise on different types of mechanisms and various methods of transmitting, controlling and modifying motion, to secure changes of velocity, direction, and duration of time of action.
BY FRANKLIN D. JONES
NEW YORK; THE INDUSTRIAL PRESS; 1919
Being elementary essays and examples for the use of schools, students, and artisans.
BY ROBERT SCOTT BURN,
LONDON: INGRAM, COOKE, AND CO.
A brief treatise on constrained motions of machine elements.
BY JOHN H. BARR
NEW YORK, JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1911
A practical treatise on machines, motors, and the transmission of power, being a supplementary volume to appletons’ cyclopedia of applied mechanics.
EDITED BY PARK BENJAMIN,
NEW YORK; THE NORMAN W. HENLEY PUBLISHING CO.; 1892
BY PETER SCHWAMB
Professor of Machine Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor of Mechanism, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
NEW YORK: JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1921.
A TEXT-BOOK FOR STUDENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.
BY ARTHUR T. WOODS AND ALBERT W. STAHL
NEW YORK: D. VAN NOSTBAND, PUBLISHER, 1886.
A treatise on the modification of motion by means of the elementary combinations of mechanism, or of the parts of machines. For use in college classes, by mechanical engineers.
BY STILLMAN W. ROBINSON,
Mechanical Engineer and Expert for the Wire Grip Fastening Co.; Vice-President and Mechanical Engineer to the Grip Machinery Co.; till recently Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Ohio State University;
NEW YORK: JOHN WILEY & SONS; 1896.
A text book for colleges and technical schools.
BY JOHN A. DENT
NEW YORK, JOHN WILEY & SONS, Inc., 1921
BY S. DUNKERLEY
PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING AND DIRECTOR OF THE WHITWORTH LABORATORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.; NEW YORK; 1920
OUTLINES OF A THEORY OF MACHINES.
BY F. REULEAUX AND ALEX. B. W. KENNEDY
MACMILLAN AND CO., 1876.
PART I - THE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANISM
PART II - ELEMENTARY MECHANICS OF MACHINES
BY ROBERT W. ANGUS
McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1917
BY WALTER H. JAMES,
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
NEW YORK; JOHN WILEY & SONS, Inc.; 1914
BY FREDERICK H. SIBLEY,
NEW YORK; HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY; 1914
The scientific principles of the practical construction of machines for the use of schools, and students in mechanical engineering.
BY T. BAKER,
LONDON: JOHN WEALE, 1852.
Designed for students of applied mechanics
BY T. M. GOODEVE
LONDON, LONGMAN AND GREEN, 1912
A GUIDE FOR THE USE OF MACHINISTS, ARCHITECTS, AND ENGINEERS; AND ALSO A TEXT-BOOK FOR TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
PROFESSOR IN THE ROYAL POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE
NEW YORK; D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, 1892
BY JOSEPH M. JAMESON
GIRARD COLLEGE; 1918
AN ELEMENTARY TEXT-BOOK
BY R. J. DURLEY
NEW YORK, JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1911
BY ROBERT McARDLE KEOWN
McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1921
BY ROBT. F. McKAY
LONDON, EDWARD ARNOLD, 1915
Containing a familiar explanation of the construction of various kinds of machinery, &c.
BY THOMAS TATE
LONDON, LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS, 1851
Designed for the use of students in the universities, and for engineering students generally.
BY ROBERT WILLIS
LONDON, LONGMANS, GEEEN, AND CO., 1870
Comprising the principles of mechanism, wheels and pulleys, strength and proportion of shafts, couplings for shafts, and engaging and disengaging gear.
BY WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN
PHILADELPHIA, HENRY CAREY BAIRD, 1871
BY C. H. HECK
NEW YORK, D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, 1910
A treatise on the modification of motion, as affected by the forms and modes of connection of the moving parts of Machines.
BY CHARLES WILLIAM MACCORD
NEW YORK, JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1883