• Handbook in Mechanical Engineering Handbook
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Publication Year 2005
Language English
Edition Second
Number of Pages 0
Preface An attempt has been made to present this book as Competitive Examinations Handbook in Mechanical Engineering for benefit of candidates preparing for competitive examinations, like Indian Engineering Services, Civil Services Examination, and GATE, after completing undergraduate studies in Mechanical examinations conducted by State Public Service Commissions, in Industries for employment, and Universities for admission to post-graduate programmes. A brief theoretical background about the subject matter is given in the beginning of all the chapters. The book contains 4358 multi-choice questions with answers, which have been spread over 30 chapters covering the entire syllabus of Mechanical Engineering and Production Engineering. Explanatory Notes of numerical and important questions have been added at the end of the book. Many questions have been taken from GATE, Engineering Services Examination conducted by the UPSC.<br /><br />
Table of Contents * Engineering Mechanics * Strength of Materials * Theory of Machines * Mechanical Vibrations* Machine Design * Material Science * Measurement &amp; Instrumention * Fluid Mechanics* Hydraulic Machines * Thermodynamics * Internal Combustion Engines * Renewable Energy Sources * Steam Engineering * Turbomachinery * Power Plant Technology * Heat Transfer* Refrigeration &amp; Air-conditioning * Metal Machining Technology * Machine Tool Technology * Metal Forming Processes * Casting Technology * Welding Processes * Metrology &amp; Quality Control * Industrial Engineering * Miscellaneous Topics * Quiz-Questions * Matching Type Questions * Fill in the Blanks * True and False * Assertion and Reasoning * Preparing for Competitive Examinations.

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