Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 1958 - 575 pagini
This book has been written for engineering students who are beginning a course of study in Machine Design. The approach of the book is to suggest and present short design problems or situations to illustrate the decision–making process without demanding an inordinate amount of the student’s precious time. Features Application based approach: Theory supported by relevant applications wherever appropriate. For e.g.. Phase Rule in Heat Treatment of Steel and Electrochemistry in Electronic Industries. (Refer Chapter 2 and 4 respectively). The same is absent in the competing books. Coherent chapter organization: Theory and the fundamental aspects are discussed in the first 6 chapters followed by application oriented topics with appropriate theory in the later chapters. The same is missing in the competing books. Clear presentation: Author follows a methodical approach while dealing with the conceptual and theoretical aspects of all topics. For example, the chapter on Electrochemistry. Photochemistry in Natural Systems and Industries have been elucidated. (Refer Chapter 6 on Kinetics) The author has expounded the topics on Pollutions of Environment, Engineering Materials and Instrumental Methods of Analysis. (Refer Chapter 15, Chapter 12 and Chapter 10 respectively) Pedagogy: Solved Examples: 100 Review Questions: 400 Total: 500
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