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出版社:窦忠强、 贝休恩 (James D.Bethune) 清华大学出版社 (2009-02出版)


插图:This book introduces Autodesk Inventor 10 and shows how to use Autodesk Inventor to create and document designs. The content of the book goes beyond the material normally presented in an engineering graphics text associated with CAD software to include exercises requiting students to de. sign simple mechanisms.The book also presents a number ofprojects based on the concepts ofProject-Based Learning (PBL).These projects not only serve to help students learn how to ereate drawings,but also help start an understanding of fundamental engineering design concepts.All topics are presented using a step-by-step format so that the reader can werk directly from the text to the screen. The book contains many sample problems that demonstrate the subject being discussed.Each chapter contains a variety of exercise problems that serve to reinforce the material iust presented and allow the reader to practice the techniques described.Chapters 1 and 2 present 2D sketching commands and the Extrude command.These chapters serve as an introduction to the program.Chapter 3 demonstrates the commands needed to cre. ate 3D models,including the Shell,Rib,Split,Loft,Sweep, and Coil axis.and werk planes are explained and demonstrated.Chapter 4 shows how to create orthographic views from 3D models.The creation of isometric views.sectional views,and auxiliary views is also covered.Chapter 5 shows how to ereate assembly drawings using both the bottom-up and top-down process.The chapter includes presentation drawings and exploded isometric drawings with title blocks.pans lists,revision blocks,and tolerances blocks.There is an extensive step-bv-step exampie that shows how to create an animated assembly,that is,a drawing that moves on the screen.Chapter 6 covers threads and fasteners.Drawing conventions and callouts are defined for both inch and metric threads.The chapter shows how to calculate thread lengths and how to choose the appropriate fastener from Inventor's Content Center.The Content Center also includes an extensive listing ofnuts,setscrews,washers,and rivets.Chapter 7 shows how to apply dimensions to drawings.Both ANSI and ISO standards are demonstrated.Different styles Of dimensioning,including ordinate,baseline, and Inventor Hole Table.are presented.Applying dimension to a drawing iS considered an important skill,so many examples and sample problems are included.Chapter 8 is an extensive discussion of tolerancing, including geometric tolerances The chapter first shows how to use Inventor to apply tolerances to a drawing.The chapter then shows how to calculate tolerances in various design situations.Positional tolerances for both linear and geometric applications are included.The chapter introduces the Limits and Fits option of the Design Accelerator t001.The information contained in this option eliminates the need for an appendix that includes fit tables.




作者:(美国)贝休恩 (James D.Bethune) 改编:窦忠强


Chapter 1 Getting Started1-1 Introduction 11-2 Creating a First Sketch 31-3 Creating a Solid Model 51-4 Exercise Problems 10Chapter 2 Two-Dimensional Sketching2-1 Introduction 152-2 Line 152-3 Spline 172-4 Circle 182-5 Ellipse 182-6 Arc 202-7 Rectangle 222-8 Fillet 222-9 Chamfer 232-10 Polygon 252-11 Mirror 262-12 Rectangular Pattern 272-13 Off§et 282-14 Extend 282-15 Trim 282-16 Move 302-17 Rorate 312-18 Constraims 322-19 Show Constraints 332-20 TOEditaSketch 342-21 Insert AutoCAD File 352-22 Text 382-23 Exercise Problems 40Chapter 3 Three-Dimensional Models3-1 Introduction 473-2 Extrude 473-3 Revolve 483-4 Holes 503-5 Shell 523-6 Fillet 543-7 Chamfer 553-8 FaceDraft 553-9 Split 583-10 Mirror 593-11 Rectangular Pattern 603-12 Circular Paaem 613-13 Sketch Planes 623-14 TOEdit a 3DModel 633-15 Default Planes andAxes 663-16 work Planes 673-17 Angled Work Planes 713-18 Offset Wbrk Planes 723-19 Work Points 733-20 WorkAxes 753-21 Ribs(Webs)753-22 Loft 753-23 Sweep 773-24 Coil 783-25 Model Material 803-26 Exercise Problems 84Chapter 4 Orthographic Views4-1 Introduction 974-2 Fundamentals of Orthographic Views 974-3 Orthographic Views with Inventor 1034-4 Isometric Views 1064·5 Section Views 1074-6 0凰et Section Views 1104-7 Aligned Section Views 1114·8 DetailViews 1114-9 Broken Views 1124-10 AuxiliaryViews 1134-11 Exercise Problems 116Chapter 5 -Assembly Drawings5-1 Introduction 1335-2 Bottom-Up and Top-Down Assemblies 1335-3 To Start allAssembly Drawing 1335-4 Degrees ofFreedom 1345-5 MoveandRotate 1375-6 Constraint 1375-7 Sample Assembly Problem SP5-1 1425-8 Presentation Drawings 1425-9 Animation 1455-10 Isometric Drawings 1465-11 Assembly Numbers 1465-12 Parts List 1495-13 Titie Block 1515-14 Drawing Sheets 1535-15 OtherTypes ofDrawing Blocks 1545-16 Sample Problem SP5-2 1575-17 Top-DownAssemblies 1585-18 Editing a Part within anAssembly Drawing 1725-19 Pattern Component 1745-20 Mirror Components 1745-21 Copy Components 1745-22 Exercise Problems 178Chapter 6-Threads and Fasteners6-1 Introduction 1936-2 Thrcad Terminology 1936-3 Thread Callouts-Metfic Units 1946-4 Thread Callouts-ANSI Unified Screw Threads 1946-5 Thread Representations 1956-6 Internal Threads 1966-7 Threaded Blind Holes 1976-8 Creating Threaded Holes Using the Hole Command 1986-9 Standard Fasteners 2016-10 Sizing a Threaded Hole to Accept a Screw 2026-11 Screws and Nuts 2046-12 Types ofThreaded Fasteners 2086-13 Flat Head Screws-Countersunk Holes 2096-14 Counterbores 2126-15 T0 Draw Fasteners Not Included in the Content Center 2156-16 Fasteners from the Web 2166-17 Sample Problem SP6-1 2176-18 Washers 2206-19 Set Screws 2236-20 Rivets 2266-21 Exercise Problems 227Chapter 7 Dimensioning7-1 Introduction 2477-2 Terminology and Conventions-ANSI 2487-3 Creating Drawing Dimensions 2497-4 Drawing Scale 2547-5 Units 2547-6 Aligned Dimensions 2567-7 Radius and Diameter Dimensions 2567-8 Dimensioning Holes 2587-9 Dimensioning Counterbored,Countersunk Holes 2617-10 Angular Dimensions 2627-11 Ordinate Dimensions 2647-12 Baseline Dimensions 2667-13 Hole Tables 2687-14 Locating Dimensions 2687-15 Fillets and Rounds 2707-16 Rounded Shapes Internal 2707-17 Rounded Shapes External 2707-18 Irregular Surfaces 2707-19 Polar Dimensions 2727-20 Chamfers 2727-21 Knurling 2737-22 Keys and Keyseats 2737-23 Symbols and Abbreviations 2737-24 Symmetry and Centerline 2757-25 Dimensioning to a Point 2757-26 Sectional Views 2757-27 Orthographic Views 2767-28 Exercise Problems 277Chapter 8 Tolerancing8-1 Introduction 2898-2 Direct Tolerance Methods 2898-3 Tblerance Expressions 2908 4 Understanding Plus and MinusTolerances 2908-5 Creating Plus and Minus TOlerances 2918-6 Limit TOlerances 2938-7 Angular Tolerances 2948-8 Standard TOlerances 2968-9 Double Dimensioning 2968-10 Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions 2978-11 Tolerance Studies 2998-12 Rectangular Dimensions 2998-13 Hole Locations 3008-14 Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole 3008-15 Sample Problem SP8-1 3018-16 Sample Problem SP8-2 3028-1 7 Nominal Sizes 3028-18 Standard Fits(Metric Values) 3028-19 Holeand ShaftBasis 3038-20 Calculated Hole and ShaR Sizes 3038-21 Standard Fits(Inch Values)3038-22 Sample Problem SP8-3 3038-23 Preferred and Standard Sizes 3088-24 Surface Finishes 3088-25 SurfaceControl Symbols 3118-26 Design Probiems 3 148-27 Geometric Tolerances 3188-28 Tblerances ofForill 3188-29 Flatuess 3188-30 Straightness 3188-31 Straightness(RFS and MMC)3198-32 Circularitv 3218-33 Cylindricity 3228-34 Gcometric Tolerances Using Inventor 3238-35 T0lerances ofOrientation 3298-36 Datums 3298-37 Perpendicularity 3308-38 Parallelism 3328-39 Angularity 3328-40 Profiles 3328-41 Runoum 3348-42 Positional Tolerances 3358-43 VirtuaI Condition 3378-44 Floating Fasteners 3378-45 Sample Problem SP8-4 3388-46 Sample Problem SP8-5 3388-47 Fixed Fastehers 3398-48 Sample Problem SP8-6 3408-49 Design Problems 3408-50 Exercise Problems 343Chapter 9 Bearings and Shafts9-1 Introduction 3719-2 Sleeve Bearings 3719-3 Sample Problem SP9-13739-4 Sample Problem SP9-2 3749-5 Ball Bearings 3779-6 Shafts 3809-7 Shear and Moment Diagrams 3829-8 Minimum ShaR Diameters 3889-9 Shock Factors 3899-10 ShaR Deflection 3909-11 Sample Problem SP9-3 3929-1 2 Sample Problem SP9-4 3939-13 Critical Speed 3949-14 Sample Problem SP9-5 3949-15 Exercise Problems 399Chapter 10-Gears10-1 Introduction 40310-2 GearTerminology 40410-3 Gear Fclrmulas 40410-4 Drawing a Gear Using Inventor 40510-5 GearRatios 40610-6 Gear TIlains 40810-7 Designing Gear Speed Ratios 40910-8 FOrces in Gears 41010-9 Sample Problem SPl0-1 41210-10 Sample Problem SP10-2 41310-11 DesignAccelerator SpurGears 41410-12 Forces in Gear Trains 41610-13 Sample Problem SPl0-3 41710-14 Sample Problem SP10-4 41810-15 Safbtv Factors 41810-16 Service Factors 41910-17 Lubrication Factors 41910-18 Sample Problem SPl0-5 41910-19 Manufacturers'Catalogs 41910-20 Web Sites 42l10-21 Forces inNonmetallic Gears 42110-22 Sample Problem SP10-6 42210-23 Metric Spur Gears 422……Chapter 11 Cams Springs and KeysChapter 12 Sheet Metal and WeldmentsChapter 13 The Design ProcessChapter 14 Design ProjectsIndex


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  •     书的质量不错,只是它是全英文的,读起来很吃力,之前没注意是影印版,不过这当然不关商家的事,是我自己不小心造成的。
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