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Internal Combustion Engine Volume I

Author Name: R. N. Bahl | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

Internal Combustion Engine plays a very important role in present-day life. Looking into its importance in the present and future, all the universities in the world have included this as a compulsory subject for UG and PG studies. It has been taught in India in all universities for the last three decades, but, unfortunately, there are very few books on the subject from Indian authors, which have wide coverage of the subject including recent advances. This book will serve the long-felt needs of the students. The primary aim of this book is to provide analytical methods, which lead to the basic understanding of engine behavior from the basic principles.

Salient features:

·         Presents subject matter in a very systematic and easy-to-understand manner.

·         Helps the beginner to build up the concept and amplify their understanding of concepts using basic

·         knowledge.

·         Each chapter is saturated with much needed text supported by neat and self-explanatory diagrams.

·         Rich pedagogy of:

a. 280 Solved Examples, which will help students to think better for the subject and enhance their confidence.

b. 160 Numerical Questions

c. 270 Objective-type Questions

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R. N. Bahl

Prof R.N. Bahl has served as a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad, Haryana. He is a Chartered Engineer with 23+ years of teaching experience at the national and international levels for UG and PG students. He has developed several teaching aids and learning materials for students and has guided several credential projects. He has guided a prestigious project BAJA 2009, which got the first position in the Technology Innovation held in Indore. Prior to joining teaching, he has served for more than 26 years in the Corps of Electronics and Mechanical Engineers (Army), which includes six years of teaching junior and senior officers and eight years in the industry. While in the army, he was involved with the repairs and overhaul of automobiles and tanks. During his stint in the army, he had done two advance level of courses, which are equivalent to post-graduation in Mechanical and Automobile Engineering. He is the author of two books on the important subjects of Mechanical as well as Automobile Engineering discipline.