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Author : Ajay Kumar Tamrakar, Dineshkumar Harursampath
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This book is aimed to present the topics of Mechanical Engineering in a systematic, integrated and precise manner, primarily to meet the requirements of the aspirants of GATE (ME) and help them qualify the examination without unreasonable strain. The book is a self-explanatory and a fully-competent text for similar competitive examinations and undergraduate courses in mechanical engineering. The book helps to solve problems faced by aspirants in terms of extensive syllabus coverage, existing incongruity with syllabus, unavailability of a standard book, etc. Throughout the content, an intuitive and systematic approach is used to reinforce the fundamental concepts.

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ISBN 9788126566563
Book Code 9788126566563
Imprint Wiley
Author Ajay Kumar Tamrakar, Dineshkumar Harursampath
About Author

Ajay Kumar Tamrakar is currently serving Indian Railways as Senior Divisional Mechanical Engineer at Bhopal Division of West Central Railway, under the prestigious cadre of Indian Railway’s Services of Mechanical Engineers (IRSME).. During his tenure at IISc, his research interests were smart materials, multi–functional composites, and multi-body dynamics and he presented several research papers in national and international conferences. Further, he qualified the Combined Engineering Services Examination (CESE) in 2002 based on which he served Central Electricity Authority (Ministry of Power) as Assistant Director.

Dinesh Kumar Harursampath is the Founder-Head, Nonlinear Multifunctional Composites Analysis & Design (NMCAD) Lab and has been an aerospace engineering faculty member at IISc, Bangalore since 2001. He is also the visiting professor at TU, Delft, The Netherlands; ENS de Cachan, France; PoliMi and PoliTo, Italy. With over a hundred book chapters and articles in international journals and conference proceedings, his primary research interests are in geometric and material non-linearities as well as evolutionary interaction.

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Publishing Date Aug 28, 2017
Publishing Year 2017
Shelf Category Entrance Exams Preparation
Pages 1232
Binding Paperback
Language English
Edition 2
Exam Gate: Mechanical Engineering

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Acing the GATE
Syllabus of GATE (Mechanical Engineering)
Trend of Topics (2014-17)
Methodological Concepts of Engineering Studies

Part I Applied Mechanics & Design
1 Engineering Mechanics
1.1 Force
1.2 Moment of a Force
1.3 Equivalent System of a Force
1.4 Single Resultant Force
1.5 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
1.6 Structural Analysis
1.7 Rectilinear Kinematics
1.8 Angular Motion
1.9 Motion Under Gravity
1.10 Dependent Motion of Particles
1.11 Newton’s Laws of Motion
1.12 Work and Energy
1.13 D’Alembert’s Principle
1.14 Impulse and Momentum
1.15 Law of Restitution
1.16 Principle of Virtual Work

2 Strength of Materials
2.1 Stress and Strain
2.2 Dynamic Loading
2.3 Bi-Axial Stress and Strain
2.4 Mohr’s Circle
2.5 Beam Loading
2.6 Theory of Bending
2.7 Beam Deflection
2.8 Torsion in Shafts
2.9 Combined Stresses
2.10 Thick-Walled Shells
2.11 Thin-Walled Shells
2.12 Struts and Columns

3 Theory of Machines
3.1 Mechanisms and Machines
3.2 Universal Joint
3.3 Kinematic Analysis
3.4 Cam Follower Mechanism
3.5 Gears
3.6 Dynamic Analysis of Slider Crank Mechanism
3.7 Flywheel
3.8 Belt Drive
3.9 Friction
3.10 Governor
3.11 Balancing of Masses
3.12 Gyroscopic E?ects

4 Vibrations
4.1 Fundamentals
4.2 Undamped Free Vibration
4.3 Free Damped Vibration
4.4 Forced Vibration

5 Machine Design
5.1 Static Loading
5.2 Dynamic Loading
5.3 Riveted Joints
5.4 Welded Joints
5.5 Threaded Joints
5.6 Design of Shafts
5.7 Design of Keys
5.8 Design of Gears
5.9 Rolling Contact Bearing
5.10 Sliding Contact Bearing
5.11 Brakes and Clutches

Part II Fluid Mechanics & Thermal Sciences
6 Fluid Mechanics
6.1 Fluid Properties
6.2 Fluid Pressure
6.3 Buoyancy and Floatation
6.4 Solid Body Motions
6.5 Kinematics of Fluid Flow
6.6 Motion of Fluid Particles
6.7 Principles of Fluid Flow
6.8 Flow Measurements
6.9 Vortex Motion
6.10 Flow from a Line Source
6.11 Laminar Pipe Flow
6.12 Stokes’ Law
6.13 Boundary Layer Theory

7 Heat Transfer
7.1 Modes of Heat Transfer
7.2 Conduction
7.3 Convection
7.4 Radiation
7.5 Heat Exchanger

8 Thermodynamics
8.1 Basic Concepts
8.2 Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
8.3 Energy Transfer
8.4 First Law of Thermodynamics
8.5 Second Law of Thermodynamics
8.6 Third Law of Thermodynamics
8.7 Exergy and Irreversibility
8.8 Properties of Gases
8.9 Thermodynamic Relations
8.10 Gas Compression
8.11 Brayton Cycle

9 Applications
9.1 Power Engineering
9.2 Internal Combustion Engines
9.3 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
9.4 Turbomachinery

Part III Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering
10 Engineering Materials
10.1 Atomic Structure
10.2 Crystal Structure
10.3 Crystal Imperfections
10.4 E?ects of Imperfections
10.5 Grain Formation
10.6 Grain Size Measurement
10.7 Grain Structure
10.8 Deformation
10.9 Multiphase Structure
10.10 Iron-Carbon Phase
10.11 Heat Treatment of Steel
10.12 Alloying of Steels
10.13 Mechanical Properties
10.14 Engineering Metals
10.15 Ceramics
10.16 Polymers
10.17 Composites

11 Metal Casting
11.1 Elements of Casting
11.2 Sand Casting
11.3 Pattern
11.4 Molding Sand
11.5 Gating System
11.6 Casting Methods
11.7 Casting Defects
11.8 Inspection of Casting

12 Forming
12.1 Rolling
12.2 Forging
12.3 Extrusion
12.4 Wire Drawing
12.5 Sheet Metal Forming
12.6 High-Energy Rate Forming
12.7 Powder Metallurgy

13 Joining
13.1 Welding
13.2 Brazing
13.3 Soldering

14 Machining
14.1 Mechanism of Metal Cutting
14.2 Cutting Heat
14.3 Tool Materials
14.4 Cutting Fluids
14.5 Cutting Tool Geometry
14.6 Machinability
14.7 Economics of Machining
14.8 Machining Processes
14.9 Finishing Operations
14.10 Modern Machining Processes
14.11 Jigs and Fixtures

15 Metrology and Inspection
15.1 Limits, Tolerances and Fits
15.2 Linear Measurement
15.3 Angular Measurement
15.4 Gauge Design
15.5 Interferometry
15.6 Surface Measurement

16 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
16.1 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
16.2 Computer Aided Design
16.3 Computer Aided Manufacturing
16.4 Integration of CAD and CAM Systems
16.5 Numerical Control
16.6 Group Technology

17 Production Planning & Control
17.1 Functions of PPC
17.2 Forecasting
17.3 Aggregate Planning
17.4 Disaggregation
17.5 Material Requirement Planning
17.6 Break-even Point Analysis
17.7 Lot Sizing Rules
17.8 Assembly Line Balancing

18 Inventory Control
18.1 Basic Concepts
18.2 EOQ Models
18.3 Probabilistic Inventory Models
18.4 Selective Approaches
18.5 Just-In-Time Production

19 Operations Research
19.1 Simplex Method
19.2 Transportation Problem
19.3 Assignment Problem
19.4 Sequencing
19.5 Queuing Theory
19.6 PERT and CPM

Important Formulas
Solved Examples
GATE Previous Years’ Questions
Multiple Choice Questions
Numerical Answer Questions
Answers
Explanations and Hints
Index