Applied Thermodynamics - I

Applied Thermodynamics - I

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All Mechanical Engineering books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789389108927
Author: Dr. S. N. Sapali, Dr. N. A. Rawabawale, N. D. Shikalgar
Number of Pages 173
Edition First Edition
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Applied Thermodynamics - I by Dr. S. N. Sapali, Dr. N. A. Rawabawale, N. D. Shikalgar
Book Summary:

It gives us great pleasure to present the book "Applied Thermodynamics - I" for the students of Semester V Third Year (T.Y.) B. Tech. Course Mechanical / Mechanical Engineering (Sandwich) of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University (BATU), Lonere, Dist. Raigad (Maharashtra). This book is strictly as per the new revised syllabus 2019-20 Pattern, effective from the Academic Year July 2019-20.

The book is written such that all the basic concepts are explained in simplified manner. It is presented in a more conceptual manner rather than mathematical, as required by the new examination system. It is our objective to keep the presentation systematic, consistent, intensive and clear through explanatory notes and figures. Main feature of this book is, Complete Coverage of the New Credit System Syllabus with large number of Worked Solved Examples, Exercise. Also we have given Model Question Paper for practice at the end of book.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Mechanical Engineering Students.
Table of Content:

1. Fuels and Combustion

2. Steam Generators

3. Vapour and Gas Power Cycles

4. Steam Nozzles

5. Steam Turbines and Condensers

6. Reciprocating Air Compressor

Model Question Paper for End-Semester Examination