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Students who are preparing for their UPSC Engineering examination, B.Sc. Engineering Diploma and other competitive courses are presented with this Mechanical Engineering book from the publishing house of S. Chand. The book is as per the latest syllabus laid down by the examination board and covers all the topics comprehensively.
The book Mechanical Engineering has attained quite a bit of appreciation and students are suggested to follow this book without any hesitation. There are about 100 questions, all objective, which have been added by the different examination boards. Students will also find ample solved papers having hints of solutions which will assist students to manage their time with each question. Questions such as true or false, fill in the blanks, matching type questions of choosing the correct answer are there in abundance at the end of every chapter.
Important concepts such as strength of materials, engineering mechanics, hydraulic machines, thermodynamics, steam boilers and engines, hydraulics and fluid mechanics, design of a machine, workshop technology, machines and the different theories, steam nozzles and turbines, I.C. engines and nuclear power plant and many more are also incorporated in the book in a proper and lucid manner. The book is great for concept clearance and confidence building and with this students will surely succeed in getting the desired marks in their exam papers.
Table of Contents
1. Engineering Mechanics
2. Strength of Materials
3. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics
4. Hydraulic Machines
6. Steam Boilers and Engines
7. Steam Nozzles and Turbines
8. I.C. Engines and Nuclear Power Plants
9. Compressors, Gas Dynamics and Gas Turbines
10. Heat Transfer, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
11. Theory of Machines
12. Machine Design
13. Engineering Materials
14. Workshop Technology
15. Production Engineering
16. Industrial Engineering and Production Management
17. Automobile Engineering
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