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Applied Science - Mechanical Group

BI 1454

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Applied Science Mechanical Group

According to New Revised 'G' Scheme

Book Id: 1454

Authors:  V. Thakare, M. Shelke, M. Adwankar, B. Shinde, N. Nimishe,  R. Laware, M. Ugale, A. Jha, S. Nirmal

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Contents

Section I - Applied Physics

1. Rectifier and Angular Motion

1. Introduction  

2. Kinematical Equations or Equations of Motion

3. Equations of Motion for Motion under Gravity

4. Distance Travelled by Particle in nth Second 

5. Angular Motion

6. Relation between Angular Velocity (w) and Linear Velocity (V) 

7. Three Equations of Angular Motion     

8. Angular Distance travelled by Particle in nth second

2. Kinetics and Work Power Energy

1. Kinetics

2. Work, Power, Energy

3. Projectile Motion and Circular Motion

1. Projectile Motion   

2. Circular Motion

4. Ultrasonic

1. Introduction  

2. Properties of Ultrasonic Waves  

3. Piezoelectric Method

4. Applications of Ultrasonic Waves

5. Non-destructive Testing Methods

1. Testing Methods of Materials    

2. Non-destructive Testing (NDT)   

3. Liquid Penetrant Testing (LPT)  

4. Ultrasonic Testing (UT)

6. Thermocouple

1. Concept of EMF

2. Thermoelectricity   

3. Seebeck Effect

4. Measurement of Thermo-emf 

5. Peltier Effect

6. Characteristics of Thermocouple 

7. Seebeck Series (Thermoelectric Series)

8. Variation of Thermo-emf with Temperature    

9. Joule’s Effect

10. Comparison of Joule's Effect, Seebeck Effect and Peltier Effect

7. Photo Electricity

1. Introduction  

2. Planck’s Hypothesis and Energy of Photon    

3. Electron Volt 

4. Properties of Photon

5. Photoelectric Effect

6. Einstein’s Photoelectric Equation     

7. Photoelectric Cell  

8. Photo Resistor

9. Applications of Photoelectric Cell

8. X-Rays

1. Introduction  

2. Origin of X-Rays    

3. Production of X-rays by Coolidge Tube 

4. Minimum Wavelength of X-Rays

5. Properties of X-Rays

6. Applications of X-Rays

9. Laser

1. Introduction  

2. Laser   

3. Properties or Characteristics   

4. Spontaneous Emission

5. Stimulated Emission 

6. Metastable State    

7. Population Inversion

8. Optical Pumping     

9. Applications  

Section II - Applied Chemistry

1. Metallurgy

1. Metals  

2. Steels

2. Corrosion

1. Introduction  

2. Why Protection of Metals from Corrosion is Necessary?   

3. Types of Corrosion  

4. Atmospheric or Chemical Corrosion     

5. Immersed or Electrochemical Corrosion 

6. Protection of Metals from Corrosion   

7. Inorganic Protective Coatings   

8. Methods of Applying Metal Coating

9. Non-Corrosive Materials   

10. Non-metallic Coating

3. Fuels

1. Introduction

2. Properties of Fuels 

3. Units of Calorific Value  

4. Characteristics of Good Fuels   

5. Classification of Fuels   

6. Advantages and Disadvantages    

7. Solid Fuels   

8. Bomb Calorimeter    

9. Liquid Fuel   

10. Gaseous Fuel

4. Lubricants

1. Introduction  

2. Lubricant     

3. Functions/Role of Lubricants    

4. Classification of Lubricant     

5. Lubrication Mechanism

6. Characteristics of Lubricants   

7. Selection of Lubricants for Various Types of Machines   

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