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EUROPA-TECHNICAL BOOK SERIES
for the Metalworking Trades
Ulrich Fischer
Roland Gomeringer
Max Heinzler
Roland Kilgus
Friedrich Näher
Stefan Oesterle
Heinz Paetzold
Andreas Stephan
Mechanical and
Metal Trades
Handbook
3rd English edition
Europa-No.: 1910X
VERLAG EUROPA LEHRMITTEL · Nourney, Vollmer GmbH & Co. KG
Düsselberger Straße 23 · 42781 Haan-Gruiten · Germany
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Preface
1 Mathematics
The Mechanical and Metal Trades Handbook is well-suited
for shop reference, tooling, machine building, maintenance
and as a general book of knowledge. It is also useful for educational purposes, especially in practical work or curricula
and continuing education programs.
Target Groups
• Industrial and trade mechanics
• Tool & die makers
• Machinists
• Millwrights
• Draftspersons
• Technical Instructors
• Apprentices in above trade areas
• Practitioners in trades and industry
• Mechanical Engineering students
2 Physics
29 – 50
3 Technical
Drawing
Notes for the user
The contents of this book include tables and formulae in
eight chapters, including Tables of Contents, Subject Index
and Standards Index.
The tables contain the most important guidelines, designs,
types, dimensions and standard values for their subject
areas.
Units are not specified in the legends for the formulae if several units are possible. However, the calculation examples
for each formula use those units normally applied in practice.
The Table of Contents in the front of the book is expanded
further at the beginning of each chapter in form of a partial
Table of Contents.
The Subject Index at the end of the book (pages 435 – 444) is
extensive.
The Standards Index (pages 425 – 434) lists all the current
standards and regulations cited in the book. In many cases
previous standards are also listed to ease the transition from
older, more familiar standards to new ones.
Changes in the 3rd edition
In the present edition, we have updated the cited standards
and restructured, updated, enhanced or added the following chapters in line with new developments in engineering:
– Fundamentals of technical – PAL programming system
mathematics
for NC turning and NC
– Strength of materials
milling
– Plastics
– Steel types
– Production management
– Material testing
– Forming
– Machining processes
– Welding
– Injection molding (new)
– GRAFCET
Acknowledgement
Special thanks to Alexander Huter, Vocational Training
­Specialist – Tool and Die, Ontario, for his input into the
English translation of this book. His assistance has been
extremely valuable.
November 2012
9 – 28
Authors and publisher
51 – 110
4 Material
Science
111 – 200
5 Machine
Elements
201 – 268
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TD
MS
ME
6 Production
Engineering
PE
269 – 366
7 Automation and
Information Tech367 ­– 424
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