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rva.raghav

  • 3 years ago

what is the best book for thermodynamics

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  1. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    Engineering Thermodynamics by Cengel is the best , You can download it free from this site : http://www.campus.mechies.in/2013/01/mechanical-engineering-books.html You can use P.K. Nag , if you are an indian student . It's the most popular book for thermodynamics in india. Best of luck .

  2. rva.raghav
    • 3 years ago
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    can u tell me some other books

  3. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    Nope :)

  4. rva.raghav
    • 3 years ago
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    i hv read p k nag but its boring.tell me some other good books

  5. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    Then try cengel , lot's of illustrations and real life problems . It will be easier if u have gone through Resnick Physics in your high schools.

  6. rva.raghav
    • 3 years ago
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    yes even i hv studied halliday resnick book

  7. rva.raghav
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    cengel is good but for exam point of view it's little bit difficult

  8. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    Have a look at NPTEL lecture notes and videos ..

  9. rva.raghav
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    what u are telling i have already done

  10. rva.raghav
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    tell me some books instead

  11. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    Engineering Thermodynamics by Van Wylen and Sontag, John Wiley Engineering Thermodynamics by Lynn D Russel and George A Adebiyl (Oxford University Press) :)

  12. rva.raghav
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    tell me some basic books for control systems

  13. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    I think you are probably in 5th Sem (Mechanical Engineering) , am i right ?

  14. rva.raghav
    • 3 years ago
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    no

  15. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    then?

  16. rva.raghav
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    4th sem

  17. rva.raghav
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    please tell me basic books for control systems

  18. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    ok , so here you goes with the best reference book : Mechanical Measurements: T.G. beckwith & N. Lewis Buck ,

  19. rva.raghav
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    hey i am asking u for control systems

  20. Avinash_Mechies
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    ok ok.. actually we have both mechanical measurements and control system , so i confused Well probably we have used Control System by Nagrath and Gopal , Wiley

  21. rva.raghav
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    is it good

  22. rva.raghav
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    i am not a mechanical student ,i am a instrumentation student

  23. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    well i have only used it the day before final exams and i got things clearly , scored good :)

  24. Avinash_Mechies
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    Ifor better concepts, u should ask some instrumentation senior guys at your college ?

  25. rva.raghav
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    the seniors are useless....

  26. Avinash_Mechies
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    :)

  27. Avinash_Mechies
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    ask your teachers :)

  28. rva.raghav
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    what is the best book for linear integrated circuits except roy choudhry

  29. Avinash_Mechies
    • 3 years ago
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    it's out of my syllabus . Sorry :( I am a mechanical and Automotive technology guy www.saeteamkiit.org/~avinash . :) Bye ..

  30. rva.raghav
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    ok thankyou for spending so much of time in telling me all the books.have a good dinner

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