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Mechanical Engineering (O.T.) - Dr. R.K. Bansal

Book Details:-

Book Name:Mechanical Engineering (Objective Type)
Author/Publisher:R.K. Bansal / Laxmi Publications
Language:English
Edition:7th Edition
No of Pages:1142 Pages
File Type:PDF (Downloadable)
PDF Size:15.6 MB

Inside the Book:

I: FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES

  • 1.1. Definitions and Fluid Properties
  • 1.2. Pressure and Its Measurement
  • 1.3. Hydrostatic Forces on Plane Surfaces
  • 1.4. Buoyancy and Floatation
  • 1.5. Kinematics of Fluid
  • 1.6. Dynamics of Fluid
  • 1.7. Orifice and Mouthpiece
  • 1.8. Notch and Weir
  • 1.9. Viscous Flow
  • 1.10. Turbulent Flow
  • 1.11. Flow Through Pipes
  • 1.12. Dimensional and Model Analysis
  • 1.13. Boundary Layers
  • 1.14. Drag and Lift Forces
  • 1.15. Compressible Flow
  • 1.16. Channel Flow
  • 1.17. Hydraulic Turbines
  • 1.18. Centrifugal Pumps
  • 1.19. Reciprocating Pump
  • 1.20. Miscellaneous Hydraulic Devices
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II: ENGINEERING MECHANICS

  • 2.1. Definitions
  • 2.2. Equations of Motions
  • 2.3. Kinetics
  • 2.4. Frames
  • 2.5. Projectiles
  • 2.6. Friction
  • 2.7. Lifting Machines
  • 2.8. Virtual Work
  • 2.9. Centre of Gravity (C.G.)
  • 2.10. Moment of Inertia (M.O.I.)
  • 2.11. Simple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M.)
  • 2.12. Belts and Ropes Drives
  • 2.13. Work, Power and Energy
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III: THERMODYNAMICS

  • 3.1. Definitions
  • 3.2. Zeroth’s Law of Thermodynamics
  • 3.3. First Law of Thermodynamics
  • 3.4. Second Law of Thermodynamics
  • 3.5. Gas Laws
  • 3.6. Non-flow Processes or Closed System
  • 3.7. Entropy
  • 3.8. Air Cycles
  • 3.9. Mean Effective Pressure
  • 3.10. Efficiencies of the Engines
  • 3.11. Carnot Cycle
  • 3.12. Otto Cycle
  • 3.13. Diesel Cycle
  • 3.14. Stirling Cycle
  • 3.15. Brayton Cycle
  • 3.16. Dual Cycle
  • 3.17. Fuel and Combustion
  • 3.18. Combustion Equations
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IV: INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES & NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS

  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Classification of I.C. Engines
  • 4.3. Some Definitions
  • 4.4. Otto Cycle
  • 4.5. Diesel Cycle
  • 4.6. Two-stroke or Four-stroke Cycle Engine
  • 4.7. Carburettor and Carburetion
  • 4.8. Engine Power
  • 4.9. Engine Efficiencies
  • 4.10. Governing of I.C. Engines
  • 4.11. Important Terms Used in I.C. Engines
  • 4.12. Performance Test on I.C. Engine
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V: STEAM BOILERS, ENGINES, NOZZLES & TURBINES

  • 5.1. Boilers
  • 5.2. Classification of Boilers
  • 5.3. Comparison of Water-tube and Fire-tube Boilers
  • 5.4. Boiler Mountings and Accessories
  • 5.5. Terms Used in Boilers
  • 5.6. Efficiency of a Boiler
  • 5.7. Heat Losses in a Boiler
  • 5.8. Boiler Draught
  • 5.9. A Chimney
  • 5.10. Boiler Efficiency
  • 5.11. Steam Nozzle
  • 5.12. Steam Engine
  • 5.13. Saturation Curve and Missing Quantity
  • 5.14. Governing of Simple Steam Engine
  • 5.15. Compound Steam Engine
  • 5.16. Steam Turbines
  • 5.17. Classification of Steam Turbines

VI: COMPRESSORS, GAS TURBINES & JET ENGINES

  • 6.1. Air Compressor
  • 6.2. Classification of Compressors
  • 6.3. Work Done in Single Stage Reciprocating Air Compressor Neglecting Clearance Volume
  • 6.4. Efficiencies of a Compressor
  • 6.5. Work Done in Single Stage Compressor with Clearance Volume
  • 6.6. Multi-stage Compressor
  • 6.7. Rotary Compressors
  • 6.8. Centrifugal Compressors
  • 6.9. Axial Flow Compressor
  • 6.10. Static Temperature
  • 6.11. Work Done by the Impeller
  • 6.12. Efficiency of a Rotary Compressor
  • 6.13. Degree of Reaction
  • 6.14. Gas Turbine
  • 6.15. Turbine Efficiency
  • 6.16. Compressor Efficiency (ηc)
  • 6.17. Jet Propulsion and Rocket Propulsion
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VII: HEAT TRANSFER, REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING

  • 7.1. Heat Transfer
  • 7.2. Fourier’s Law of Heat Conduction
  • 7.3. Newton’s Law of Cooling
  • 7.4. Heat Transfer from a Hot Fluid to a Cold Fluid Through a Wall
  • 7.5. Radiation Falling on a Body
  • 7.6. Refrigeration
  • 7.7. Properties of a Refrigerant
  • 7.8. Vapour Absorption Cycle
  • 7.9. Air Conditioning
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VIII: STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

  • 8.1. Basic Definitions
  • 8.2. Types of Stresses
  • 8.3. Hooke’s Law
  • 8.4. Extension of a Uniform Rod or Uniformly Tapering Rod
  • 8.5. Stress and Extension of a Uniform Rod or Conical Rod Due to Its Own Weight
  • 8.6. Bars of Composite Sections
  • 8.7. Thermal Stresses
  • 8.8. Poisson’s Ratio and Lateral Strain
  • 8.9. Resilience
  • 8.10. Stresses on an Inclined Section of a Bar Carrying Axial Load
  • 8.11. Mohr’s Circle of Stresses
  • 8.12. Principal Stresses on a Point on a Shaft Subjected to Bending and Torsion
  • 8.13. Strain Energy Stored in a Strained Material
  • 8.14. Shear Force Diagram and Bending Moment Diagram
  • 8.15. Deflection and Slope
  • 8.16. Torsion of Shafts
  • 8.17. Springs
  • 8.18. Direct and Bending Stresses
  • 8.19. Thin Cylinders and Spheres
  • 8.20. Thick Cylinders and Spheres
  • 8.21. Columns and Struts
  • 8.22. Stress-Strain Curve for a Mild Steel Bar
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IX: THEORY OF MACHINES

  • 9.1. Introduction
  • 9.2. Kinematic Pair
  • 9.3. Kinematic Chain
  • 9.4. Mechanism and Inversion
  • 9.5. Kinematic Chains with Four Lower Pairs
  • 9.6. Motion in a Curved Path
  • 9.7. Velocity of a Point in a Mechanism
  • 9.8. Clutches and Brakes
  • 9.9. Instantaneous Centre
  • 9.10. Simple Harmonic Motion
  • 9.11. Equivalent Dynamical System
  • 9.12. Gears
  • 9.13. Definition of the Terms Used in Gears
  • 9.14. Law of Gearing
  • 9.15. Velocity of Sliding
  • 9.16. Forms of Teeth
  • 9.17. Spiral Gears
  • 9.18. Gear Trains
  • 9.19. Square Threaded Screw
  • 9.20. Belts and Ropes
  • 9.21. Cams
  • 9.22. Balancing
  • 9.23. Vibrations
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X: MACHINE DESIGN

  • 10.1. Introduction
  • 10.2. Interchangeability and Limit System
  • 10.3. Power Screws and Threads
  • 10.4. Stresses in Screwed Fastening Due to Static Loading
  • 10.5. Design of Shafts
  • 10.6. Various Theories of Failure
  • 10.7. Hollow Shafts
  • 10.8. Stress Concentration Factor
  • 10.9. Riveted Joints
  • 10.10. Welded Joints
  • 10.11. Keys and Couplings
  • 10.12. Design of Cotter Joint and Knuckle Joint
  • 10.13. Belts, Ropes and Chain Drives
  • 10.14. Lubricant
  • 10.15. Bearings
  • 10.16. Friction Clutches
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XI: ENGINEERING MATERIALS

  • 11.1. Introduction
  • 11.2. Pig Iron
  • 11.3. Non-ferrous Materials
  • 11.4. Allotropic Forms of Iron
  • 11.5. Iron-Carbon Equilibrium Diagram
  • 11.6. Engineering Material Properties
  • 11.7. Heat Treatment Process
  • 11.8. Case Hardening
  • 11.9. Surface Treatments
  • 11.10. Atomic Structure
  • 11.11. Imperfections in Metal Crystals
  • 11.12. Diffusion in Solids
  • 11.13. Unit Cell
  • 11.14. Thermal Properties of Materials
  • 11.15. Electrical Properties of Solids
  • 11.16. Dielectric Loss
  • 11.17. Band Theory of Solids
  • 11.18. Magnetic Properties of Solids
  • 11.19. Diamagnetic Materials
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XII: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

  • 12.1. Introduction
  • 12.2. Casting
  • 12.3. Centrifugal Casting
  • 12.4. Metal Forming
  • 12.5. Forging Processes
  • 12.6. Extrusion
  • 12.7. Grinding
  • 12.8. Welding
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XIII: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

  • 13.1. Function of Management
  • 13.2. Decision Making
  • 13.3. Internal Organisation
  • 13.4. Forms of Ownership
  • 13.5. Elementary Economics (Demand, Supply and Prices: Elasticity)
  • 13.6. Competition
  • 13.7. Production and Consumption
  • 13.8. Investment Decisions
  • 13.9. Break-even Analysis
  • 13.10. Plant Location
  • 13.11. Materials Handling
  • 13.12. Work-Study
  • 13.13. Work Measurement
  • 13.14. Maintenance and Replacement Decisions
  • 13.15. Linear Programming
  • 13.16. Project Management (CPM and PERT)
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XIV: GENERAL ENGINEERING & GENERAL APTITUDE

  • 14.1. Functions
  • 14.2. Sequence and Series
  • 14.3. Differentiation
  • 14.4. Integration
  • 14.5. Multiple Integrals
  • 14.6. Functions of a Complex Variable
  • 14.7. Introduction to Electrical Technology
  • 14.8. Mutual Inductance
  • 14.9. Definitions in Network Analysis
  • 14.10. The Network Theorems
  • 14.11. Bohr’s Model of Atom
  • 14.12. Dual Nature of Matter
  • 14.13. Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
  • 14.14. Quantum Numbers
  • 14.15. Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure
  • 14.16. Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
  • 14.17. Translational, Vibrational and Rotational Energies
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XV: TYPICAL OBJECTIVE TYPE TEST PAPERS

  • Test Paper No. 1
  • Test Paper No. 2
    Answers

Key Features of this Book:

  • There are approximately 400 questions for each subject. The collection includes 15 different subjects. The quality of the questions is high.
  • Great in both objective and subjective terms, superior to R.S Khurmi. Some writing errors like fraction lines, but they’re easily guessable.


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