Principles of Mechanical Engineering

Principles of Mechanical Engineering
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Principles of Mechanical Engineering

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Publisher: SChand Publications
ISBN: 9788121935265
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Number of Pages: 671
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Principles Of Mechanical Engineering
Book Summary:

Principles of Mechanical Engineering is a comprehensive Textbook for first year B.Tech./B.E. students of all branches of M.D.U. (Rohtak) and Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra as per the new syllabus. It is also useful to students of all other Indian Universities.

The book contains 17 chapters on Introduction to Mechine Tools; Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics; Properties of Steam; Steam Boilers; Refrigeration and Air – Conditioning; Hydraulic Turbines, Pumps and Devices; Internal Combustion Engines; Steam Turbines; Condensers; Gas Turbines; Simple Lifting Machines; Power Transmission Methods and Devices; Stresses and Strains; Principal Stresses and Strains; Shear Force and Bending Moment; Flexural and Torsional Loading; and Introduction to Manufacturing Systems

Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.The book contians a large number of solved and unsolved problems. This has been supplemented with Multichoice questions, review questions, true and false and fill in the blanks type of questions.

Table of Contents:

1. Introduction To Machine Tools

2. Basic Concepts Of Thermodynamics

3. Properties Of Steam

4. Steam Boilers

5. Refrigeration And Air-Conditioning

6. Hydraulic Turbines

7. Pumps And Devices

8. Internal Combustion Engines

9. Steam Turbines, Condensers

10. Gas Turbines, Simple Lifting Machines

11. Power Transmission Methods And Devices

12. Stresses And Strains

13. Principal Stresses And Strains

14. Shear Force And Bending Moment

15. Flexural And Torsional Loading

16. Introduction To Manufacturing Systems

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