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M E Subjects – Mechanical
Various topics of Mechanical Engineering presented here are in a simple manner. Following courses are easily understandable. It is because of our vast teaching experience. Anybody can make things complex. It is really very difficult to make things/topics simple. Such an attempt makes every article simple to read, simple to understand and simple to reproduce. Matter is from the literature. Our effort makes it as simple as possible. Matter is in small simple sentences.
Thermodynamics – Definition, Applications of Thermodynamics-Nozzles, Compressors. Heat Engine, Window Air Conditioner, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Plant. Pump, Turbines, Laws of Thermodynamics. Entropy, Enthalpy and Internal Energy. Reversible and irreversible processes, Free Expansion Process, Throttling Process. Iso-thermal Process, Isobaric Process, Isen-tropic Process. Isenthalpic Process, Isometric Process, Adiabatic Process, Poly-tropic Process. Thermodynamic Cycles-Carnot Cycle, Rankine Cycle, Joule Cycle. Auto Cycle, Diesel Cycle and Dual Cycle. Steam Turbine, Gas turbine and Water Turbine.
Fluid Mechanics--Introduction, Pressure measurement. Hydro static forces on Submerged Surfaces, Buoyancy. Fluid Kinematics, Fluid Dynamics, Dimensional Analysis. Laminar Flow, Turbulent Flow, Boundary Layer Theory. Flow Through pipes, Compressible Flow.
Theory of Machines– Elements, Pair, Lower and upper pairs. Mechanism, Types of mechanisms, Inversion of a mechanism. Degrees of freedom, Power transmission, Belt drive, Chain Drive and gear drive. Flywheel, Governor, Balancing.
Mechanical vibrations- Introduction, Degrees of freedom, Free vibrations, Forced vibrations.
Engineering Drawing- Introduction, Letter writing, Dimensioning, Scales used in drawing. Projection of points, lines, planes, solids, section of solids. Isometric projections, Orthographic projections, MCQ on various topics.
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ENGINES – Definition of a engine, Types of Engines, Parts of an Engine. Comparison between two and four stroke engines, Comparison between SI and CI engines. Fuels used in IC engines, Octane and Cetane Numbers, Detonation / knocking’.
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
Zeroth Law of Thermodynamic
First Law of Thermodynamics
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Third Law of Thermodynamics
Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram
Bending of beams
Torsion of shafts
Moment of Inertia
Polar Moment of Inertia
Projection of Points, Projection of Lines, Projection of Planes
and Projection of solids
Intersection of solids
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Vapor Compression Refrigeration
Vapor Absorption Refrigeration