Introduction to Materials Handling

Introduction to Materials Handling
This book is written to cover diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate engineering curricula for Materials Handling courses in India and neighboring countries. This book can be a ready reference for Materials Handling Equipment Designers, Practising Engineers and Potential buyers. References have been made to various relevant BIS specifications, which will help students/engineers for preparing buying specifications and to design some of the common Materials Handling Equipment. The book contains a representative list of Materials Handling Equipment and System Manufacturers. An exhaustive index has also been provided.

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Material Science And Metallurgy For Engineers

Material Science And Metallurgy For Engineers
The book” Material Science and Metallurgy for Engineers” is specially written for the students of degree and diploma courses of Engineering and Technology. This book also caters to the needs of the students appearing for Associate examinations of the various Engineering Institutions like AMIE,IIM,GATE etc. It is also useful to the practicing personnel from industries and consultancy services. Material Science of Engineering Materials or Engineering Metallurgy is a compulsory subject for all engineering and technical students. This book is written in a very simple and lucid language supported by over 450 number of figures , curves, schematic diagrams, photos, and photomicrograph’s for the convenience of students and professional experts. The book includes Appendices followed by selected references and index. Table of Contents 1. Structure of Materials. 2. Plastic Deformation. 3. Mechnanical Testing and Evaluation of Properties. 4. Non-destructive Testing. 5. Equilibrium Diagrams. 6. Corrosion and Prevention. 7. Temperature Measurement (Pyrometry). 8. Metallography (Optical and Electron). 9. Steels and Heat Treatments. 10. Engineering Alloy Steels. 11. Cast Irons. 12. Engineering Non-ferrous Alloys. 13. Strengthning Mechanisms. 14. Powder Metallurgy. 15. Joining Processes. 16. Methods of Surface Improvement. Appendices References Index List of other Everest Engineering books Latest Question Papers
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Material Science And Metallurgy For Engineers

Material Science And Metallurgy For Engineers
The book” Material Science and Metallurgy for Engineers” is specially written for the students of degree and diploma courses of Engineering and Technology. This book also caters to the needs of the students appearing for Associate examinations of the various Engineering Institutions like AMIE,IIM,GATE etc. It is also useful to the practicing personnel from industries and consultancy services. Material Science of Engineering Materials or Engineering Metallurgy is a compulsory subject for all engineering and technical students. This book is written in a very simple and lucid language supported by over 450 number of figures , curves, schematic diagrams, photos, and photomicrograph’s for the convenience of students and professional experts. The book includes Appendices followed by selected references and index. Table of Contents 1. Structure of Materials. 2. Plastic Deformation. 3. Mechnanical Testing and Evaluation of Properties. 4. Non-destructive Testing. 5. Equilibrium Diagrams. 6. Corrosion and Prevention. 7. Temperature Measurement (Pyrometry). 8. Metallography (Optical and Electron). 9. Steels and Heat Treatments. 10. Engineering Alloy Steels. 11. Cast Irons. 12. Engineering Non-ferrous Alloys. 13. Strengthning Mechanisms. 14. Powder Metallurgy. 15. Joining Processes. 16. Methods of Surface Improvement. Appendices References Index List of other Everest Engineering books Latest Question Papers
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Machine Tool Design and Numerical Control

Machine Tool Design and Numerical Control
Machine Tool Design And Numerical Control is aimed at students who are pursuing undergraduate courses in engineering. It covers the fundamental principles of machine tool design, and the use of numerical control for automation of machine tools. Summary Of The Book Machine tools are devices that are used to shape metals and other material. These tools are used for grinding, drilling, boring, cutting and other processes that are used to shape metals. Numerical control involves using control devices that can automate the operations of the machine tools in industrial environments. These machines can be manual or completely automated. Over the last few decades, the trend has been towards the use of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) devices that are fully automated control machines. Machine Tool Design And Numerical Control covers the subject of designing machine tools and controlling them through different kinds of numerical controllers. The material in this book is divided into nine chapters. The book begins with an Introduction to Machine Tool Drives and Mechanisms. This chapter covers the general principles of machine tool design. The second chapter covers the Regulation of Speed and Feed rates in machine tools. It explains feed boxes, gear box design and kinematics of machine tools. The third chapter looks at the Design of Machine Tool Structures. This chapter goes into the functions that a tool needs to perform and the design criteria that defines the structure of such tools. It also looks at the various structural elements of the machine tool like ribs and stiffeners. The next chapter focuses on the Design of Guide Ways and Power Screws. It examines the functions and types of guideways and the design of power screws. The fifth chapter is on the Design of Spindles and Spindle Supports. The sixth chapter covers the Dynamics of Machine Tools. It discusses the machine tool as a closed loop system where the Machine Tool Elastic System and the Cutting Process (MTES & CP) interact with each other. It also goes into various cutting force models and stability analysis. The next chapter begins the coverage of Control Systems in Machine Tools. It examines manual and automatic control systems. The eighth chapter discusses Numerical Control of Machine Tools. It covers manual and computer aided part programming. The final chapter covers the Extensions of Numerical Control. It looks at Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine tools and Direct Numerical Control (DNC) machine tools, with special focus on CNC systems. This is the third edition of Machine Tool Design And Numerical Control. This edition has a few additions and updates. These include new subsections on Calculation of Machine Tool Time, Determination of Shaft and Gear Dimensions, Design of Lathe Bed and Kinematics of Machine Tools. The book includes numerous pedagogical aids. This edition contains 130 chapter end review questions and a number of solved examples. It also has 12 programs for NC, DNC and CNC systems. About Dr. N. K. Mehta N. K. Mehta is a retired professor and a writer. Dr. N. K. Mehta has written more than 120 research papers and his research interests include machine tool design and computer aided manufacturing. He was a Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at IIT Roorkee.
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Machine Tool Design and Numerical Control

Machine Tool Design and Numerical Control
Machine Tool Design And Numerical Control is aimed at students who are pursuing undergraduate courses in engineering. It covers the fundamental principles of machine tool design, and the use of numerical control for automation of machine tools. Summary Of The Book Machine tools are devices that are used to shape metals and other material. These tools are used for grinding, drilling, boring, cutting and other processes that are used to shape metals. Numerical control involves using control devices that can automate the operations of the machine tools in industrial environments. These machines can be manual or completely automated. Over the last few decades, the trend has been towards the use of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) devices that are fully automated control machines. Machine Tool Design And Numerical Control covers the subject of designing machine tools and controlling them through different kinds of numerical controllers. The material in this book is divided into nine chapters. The book begins with an Introduction to Machine Tool Drives and Mechanisms. This chapter covers the general principles of machine tool design. The second chapter covers the Regulation of Speed and Feed rates in machine tools. It explains feed boxes, gear box design and kinematics of machine tools. The third chapter looks at the Design of Machine Tool Structures. This chapter goes into the functions that a tool needs to perform and the design criteria that defines the structure of such tools. It also looks at the various structural elements of the machine tool like ribs and stiffeners. The next chapter focuses on the Design of Guide Ways and Power Screws. It examines the functions and types of guideways and the design of power screws. The fifth chapter is on the Design of Spindles and Spindle Supports. The sixth chapter covers the Dynamics of Machine Tools. It discusses the machine tool as a closed loop system where the Machine Tool Elastic System and the Cutting Process (MTES & CP) interact with each other. It also goes into various cutting force models and stability analysis. The next chapter begins the coverage of Control Systems in Machine Tools. It examines manual and automatic control systems. The eighth chapter discusses Numerical Control of Machine Tools. It covers manual and computer aided part programming. The final chapter covers the Extensions of Numerical Control. It looks at Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine tools and Direct Numerical Control (DNC) machine tools, with special focus on CNC systems. This is the third edition of Machine Tool Design And Numerical Control. This edition has a few additions and updates. These include new subsections on Calculation of Machine Tool Time, Determination of Shaft and Gear Dimensions, Design of Lathe Bed and Kinematics of Machine Tools. The book includes numerous pedagogical aids. This edition contains 130 chapter end review questions and a number of solved examples. It also has 12 programs for NC, DNC and CNC systems. About Dr. N. K. Mehta N. K. Mehta is a retired professor and a writer. Dr. N. K. Mehta has written more than 120 research papers and his research interests include machine tool design and computer aided manufacturing. He was a Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at IIT Roorkee.
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Heat and Mass Transfer

P. K. Nag’s Heat and Mass Transfer 3rd Edition is apt for engineering students. The book has been divided into chapters and comes with miscellaneous solved examples, fill in the blanks and true or false so as to give you a better understanding of the subject. The book covers mechanical engineering syllabus. About the Author P. K Nag is an Indian author. He has authored books like Heat and Mass Transfer 3rd Edition, Power Plant Engineering 3ed. 3rd Edition and BASIC AND APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS 2ED 2nd Edition.Heat and Mass Transfer
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