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GE6251 Basic Civil And Mechanical Engineering Hand written Lecture Notes - Mr. Krishnamoorthy Editio
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Basic Civil And Mechanical Engineering Premium Lecture Notes Contains 4 units by Mr. Krishnamoorthy. Specially for Mechanical Engineering Candidates. Syllabus Covered based on Anna University B.E Mechanical Engineering


Special Thanks To:
Mr.N. Krishnamoorthy
P.T.Lee Chengalvaraya Naicker Engg College

CONTENT: 

UNIT-1
INTRODUCTION

UNIT-2
PUMPS AND TURBINES

UNIT-4
IC ENGINES

UNIT-5
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITION SYSTEM



UNIT-1

Introduction

Classification of power plants
Working principle of thermal power plant
Disadvantages
Gas power plant
Advantages
Disadvantages
Working principle of diesel power plant
Hydro electric power plant
Nuclear power plant

 

UNIT-2

PUMPS AND TURBINES

Pump
Reciprocating – working
Working – double acting reciprocating pump
Centrifugal  pumps
Types of centrifugal pump
Turbines
Kaplan turbines

 

UNIT-4

IC Engines

Introduction
Classification of I C engines
Internal combustion engine as automobile power plant
Main components of IC Engine
Four stroke petrol engine – working
Four stroke disel engine
Two stroke petrol engine
Comparison of four stroke and two stroke engine
Comparison of petrol and diesel engine
Boiler as power plant
Babcock and Wilcox boiler

 

UNIT-5

REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITION SYSTEM

Introduction
Terminology
Types of refrigeration system
Vapour  absorption refrigeration system
Terminology of air condition



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