E_Book Handbook of Mechanical Engineering
- Author Ganesh Viswanathan
- ISBN: 978-81-935585-0-8
|What's special / Useful in this book
|Concept explained with pictorial representation Utilization of multiple formulae for single process/operation. Techniques to solve high level problems. Practical implementation of formulae to be memorized. Extracted formulae from different chapters for candidates who don’t have basic knowledge of subjects. Subjects of relevance in competitive examinations and interviews have been discussed in each chapter. Important formulae and applications have been given in Tabular form for easy understanding. A Quick Glance on Technical Distinguished Features of the Book Engineering Mechanics: Given formulas for various conditions in Laws of Motion e.g. Force System-Most importantly Pictorial representation of concepts in Force System is given where as its usually in descriptive format. Formulas for determining Mass Moment of Inertia in different conditions is given in tabular form for simple shapes viz Sphere, Cylinder, and Rectangular block etc. Strength of Materials:MOHR circle for different loading conditions is given (See page no 55-59) which has a very high asking rate in competitiveexams esp. Gate and in interviews. Theory of Machines: Vibrations-Various conditions-Natural frequency formulae and Offset slider crank mechanism (refer page no.98) is given –again which is of very high importance in exams and interviews. Fluid Mechanics: Flow through pipes-different formulae has highlighted for various conditions viz. Head Loss, Discharge, Pressure difference has all been discussed. Thermodynamics: Heat and Work –We have various process viz: Constant Pressure, Volume, Temperature , Adiabatic, Polytrophic Process etc. for which there is standard formulas but in this book, we have given extracted formulas for the given conditions (see page no.297-301) Which shall surely help to 3-5 valuable seconds in competition level exams. HMT: Concept of radiation-Basic shape factor formulae for all geometries.
|Success in competitive exams depends on proper planning of studies and appropriate selection of study materials. In the last 8 years unknowingly. I have been in the process of learning Mechanical Engineering. I never come across a single book that puts adequate emphasis on problem solving procedure, inter-relativity among formulas, and fundamental concept through pictorial representation for easy understanding with a dedicated focus on subject recollection. Hence, I started to compile a book that will cater exclusively to candidates taking completive exams like GATE, ES, PSU’S etc. and I feel pleasure in presenting you the book useful as “SUBJECT REFRESHER” I have tried to make this book useful for those students too, who are not comfortable with Mechanical Subject. The pre-requisites for reading this book are basic understanding of the MECHANICAL subjects.
|Table of Contents
|Table of Contents
|Engineering Mechanics *Force System *Truss *Friction Force *Motion of a Block Horizontal Smooth Surface *Motion of Bodies on a Smooth Inclined Plane *Motion of Bodies in Contact *Motion of Connected Bodies *Plane Motion *Collision *Moment of Inertia *Work and Potential energy Strength of Materials *Stress and Strain *Elongation of Bodies *Volumetric Strain *Analysis of Stress and Strain *Mohr’s Circle *Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram *Deflection of Beam *Torsion of Shalt *Thin shell *Thick cylinder *Column and Struts Theory of Machines *Basic Concepts of Theory of machines *Degrees of Freedom *Velocity Analysis in Mechanism *CAM *Gears and Gear Trains *Static and Dynamic Force Analysis *Balancing *Governors *Vibrations Machine Design *Stress System *Theories of Failure *Design Against Static Load *Stress Concentration of Joints *Design Against Fluctuating Load *Welded Joints *Threaded Joints *Springs *Clutch *Brake *Belt Drives *Rope Drives *Coupling *Gears *Bearing * Riveted Joints *Design of Piston *Design of Connecting Rod Fluid Mechanics *Basic Concepts of Fluid Mechanics *Buoyancy *Kinematics &Dynamics of Fluids *Flow Measurement *Boundary Layer Theory *Flow Through Pipes *Dimensional and Model Analysis *Force Exerted on Surfaces *Hydraulic Machine Thermodynamics *Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics *First Low of Thermodynamics *Second Low of Thermodynamics *Entropy *Availability, Irreversibility *Properties of Pure Substance *Thermodynamics Relation Heat and Mass Transfer *Conduction *Convection *Boiling and Condensation *Heat Exchanger *Radiation *Mass Transfer Power Plant Engineering *Load Characteristics *Steam Cycle *Boiler *Steam Turbine *Gas Turbine *Nozzle *Compressors *Fuel Refrigeration and Air Conditioning *Refrigeration Concepts *Refrigerants *Air Conditioning Internal Combustion Engines *Air Standard Cycle *Combustion of SI and CI Engines *Super Charging * IC Engine Performance Parameter Material Science and Production Engineering *Crystal Structure of Material *Heat Treatment *Metal Cutting and Tool Life *Metal Forming *Sheet Metal Operations *Powder Metallurgy *Metal Casting *Welding *Unconventional Machining Process *Metrology *System of Fits *Limit Gauges Industrial Engineering *Forecasting *Errors in Forecasting *Inventory *Operation Research *Transportation and Assignment Model *Break Even Analysis *Line Balancing *PERT and CPM *Control Chart *Routing and Scheduling *Queuing Model *Work Study and Work Measurement Introduction to CNC *Coding for Manual Part Programming *Common G-Words *Common M-Words *Part Programming with APT