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1. Mechatronics by Bolton, W Publication: New Delhi Pearson 2002 . 543p , The integration of electronic engineering, electrical engineering, computer technology and control engineering with mechanical engineering - mechatronics - now forms a crucial part in the design, manufacture and maintenance of a wide range of engineering products and processes. This book provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to the application of electronic control systems in mechanical and electrical engineering. It gives a framework of knowledge that allows engineers and technicians to develop an interdisciplinary understanding and integrated approach to engineering. This second edition has been updated and expanded to provide greater depth of coverage. It is split into five main sections: basic system elements, actuation, system models, basic digital principles, and microprocessor systems. It concludes with a chapter on design, design solutions and case studies. Key features of second edition provides the mix of skills in mechanical engineering, electronics and computing which are required for students to be able to comprehend and design mechatronics systems enables students to operate and communicate across the range of engineering disciplines increased depth of coverage throughout better coverage of microcontrollers includes chapters on Assembly language and C many more examples and case studies included Mechatronics is essential reading for all HNC/HND and undergraduate students studying mechatronics. It covers the BTEC Mechatronics A and B Units (1413G and 1414G) and also provides the depth of coverage required for undergraduate courses. Table of Contents Preface 1 Mechatronics 1.1 What is mechatronics? 1.2 Systems 1.3 Measurement systems 1.4 Control systems 1.5 Microprocessor-based controllers 1.6 The mechatronics approach Problems 2 Sensors and transducers 2.1 Sensors and transducers 2.2 Performance terminology 2.3 Displacement, position and proximity 2.4 Velocity and motion 2.5 Force 2.6 Fluid pressure 2.7 Liquid flow 2.8 Liquid Level 2.9 Temperature 2.10 Light sensors 2.11 Selection of sensors 2.12 Inputting data by switches Problems 3 Signal conditioning 3.1 Signal conditioning 3.2 The operational amplifier 3.3 Protection 3.4 Filtering 3.5 Wheatstone bridge 3.6 Digital signals 3.7 Multiplexers 3.8 Data acquisition 3.9 Digital signal processing 3.10 Pulse-modulation Problems 4 Data presentation systems 4.1 Displays 4.2 Data presentation elements 4.3 Magnetic recording 4.4 Displays 4.5 Data acquisition systems 4.6 Measurement systems 4.7 Testing and calibration Problems 5 Pneumatic and hydraulic systems 5.1 Actuation systems 5.2 Pneumatic and hydraulic systems 5.3 Directional control valves 5.4 Pressure control valves 5.5 Cylinders 5.6 Process control valves 5.7 Rotary actuators Problems 6 Mechanical actuation systems 6.1 Mechanical systems 6.2 Types of motion 6.3 Kinematic chains 6.4 Cams 6.5 Gear trains 6.6 Ratchet and pawl 6.7 Belt and chain drives 6.8 Bearings 6.9 Mechanical aspects of motor selection Problems 7 Electrical actuation systems 7.1 Electrical systems 7.2 Mechanical switches 7.3 Solid-state switches 7.4 Solenoids 7.5 D.C. motors 7.6 A.C. motors 7.7 Stepper motors Problems 8 Basic system models 8.1 Mathematical models 8.2 Mechanical system building blocks 8.3 Electrical system building blocks 8.4 Fluid system building blocks 8.5 Thermal system building blocks Problems 9 System models 9.1 Engineering systems 9.2 Rotational-translational systems 9.3 Electromechanical systems 9.4 Hydraulic-mechanical systems Problems 10 Dynamic responses of systems 10.1 Modelling dynamic systems 10.2 First-order systems 10.3 Second-order systems 10.4 Performance measures for second-order systems Problems 11 System transfer functions 11.1 The transfer function 11.2 First-order systems 11.3 Second-order systems 11.4 Systems in series 11.5 Systems with feedback loops 11.6 Effect of pole location on transient response 11.7 MATLAB and SIMULINK Problems 12 Frequency response 12.1 Sinusoidal input 12.2 Phasors 12.3 Frequency response 12.4 Bode plots 12.5 Performance specifications 12.6 Stability Problems 13 Closed-loop controllers 13.1 Continuous and discrete processes 13.2 Control modes 13.3 Two-step mode 13.4 Proportional mode 13.5 Derivative control 13.6 Integral control 13.7 PID controller 13.8 Digital controllers 13.9 Control system performance 13.10 Controller tuning 13.11 Velocity control 13.12 Adaptive control Problems 14 Digital logic 14.1 Digital logic 14.2 Number systems 14.3 Logic gates 14.4 Boolean algebra 14.5 Karnaugh maps 14.6 Applications of logic gates 14.7 Sequential logic Problems 15 Microprocessors 15.1 Control 15.2 Microcomputer structure 15.3 Microcontrollers 15.4 Applications 15.5 Programming Problems 16 Assembly language 16.1 Languages 16.2 Instruction sets 16.3 Assembly language programs 16.4 Subroutines Problems 17 C language 17.1 Why C? 17.2 Program structure 17.3 Branches and loops 17.4 Arrays 17.5 Pointers 17.6 Program development 17.7 Examples of programs Problems 18 Input/output systems 18.1 Interfacing 18.2 Input/output ports 18.3 Interface requirements 18.4 Peripheral interface adapters 18.5 Serial communications interface 18.6 Examples of interfacing Problems 19 Programmable logic controllers 19.1 Programmable logic controllers 19.2 Basic structure 19.3 Input/output processing 19.4 Programming 19.5 Mnemonics 19.6 Timers, internal relays and counters 19.7 Shift registers 19.8 Master and jump controls 19.9 Data handling 19.10 Analogue input/output 19.11 Selection of a PLC Problems 20 Communication systems 20.1 Digital communications 20.2 Centralised, hierarchical and distributed control 20.3 Networks 20.4 Protocols 20.5 Open Systems Interconnection communication model 20.6 Communication interfaces Problems 21 Fault finding 21.1 Fault-detection techniques 21.2 Watchdog timer 21.3 Parity and error coding checks 21.4 Common hardware faults 21.5 Microprocessor systems 21.6 Emulation and simulation 21.7 PLC systems Problems 22 Design and mechatronics 22.1 Designing 22.2 Possible design solutions 22.3 Case studies of mechatronic systems Problems and assignments Appendix: The Laplace transform A.1 The Laplace transform A.2 Unit steps and impulses A.3 Standard Laplace transforms A.4 The inverse transform Further information Answers Index Date: 2002 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [629.8112 BOL] (72), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [629.8112 BOL] (2), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [629.8112 BOL] (1),

2. Theory of Plasticity and Metal Forming Processes by Singh, Sadhu Publication: Delhi Khanna Publishers 2003 . 580p Date: 2003 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [671.253 SIN] (24), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [671.253 SIN] (2),

3. Internal Combustion Engines by Mathur ,M.L. Publication: Delhi Dhanpat Rai and Sons 1983 . 998p. Date: 1983 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre [629.1 MAT] (5), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [629.1 MAT] (25), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [629.1 MAT] (1), Library & Information Centre [629.1 MAT] (1), Dept - Mechanical Mechanical Engineering [629.1 MAT] (1),

4. Basic and Applied Thermodynamics by Nag, P.K. Publication: New Delhi TMH 2005 . 985P , This text is the only book to present the Macroscopic [Classical] and Microscopic [Statistical] Thermodynamics in a single volume. The first eleven chapters contribute to the basic theories of Thermodynamics beginning with the first chapter on Introduction that provides a historical background of the subject. The next seven chapters provide applications of these theories. The Microscopic concepts of thermodynamics are furnished in the last four chapters. Date: 2005 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Civil Engineering [621.4021 NAG] (2), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.4021 NAG] (102), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.4021 NAG] (3), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.4021 NAG] (2),

5. Theory Of Mechanisms and Machines by Ghosh Amitabha Publication: New Delhi East West Press 2003 . 630p. Date: 2003 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 GHO] (12),

6. Theory of Machines by Khurmi,S.R Publication: New Delhi S.Chand 2007 . 1071p. , Including colour plates, this work serves as a textbook for students of B Tech. It covers: Kinematics of Motion; Simple Harmonic Motion; Velocity in mechanisms; Friction; Belt and Rope drives; Toothed gearing; Gear trains; gyroscopic couple; Turning Moment; Brakes; Govenors; Steam engine valves; Reversing gears; Reciprocating massses; and more. Date: 2007 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 KHU] (116), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 KHU] (4), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 KHU] (2),

7. Mechanical Metallurgy by Dieter, George.E. Publication: New York McGraw Hill 1986 . 751P , Table of Content * Part I: Mechanical Fundamentals * 1 Introduction * 2 Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior * 3 Elements of the Theory of Plasticity * Part II: Metallurgical Fundamentals * 4 Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals * 5 Dislocation Theory * 6 Strengthening Mechanisms * 7 Fracture * Part III: Applications to Materials Testing * 8 The Tension Test * 9 The Hardness Test * 10 The Torsion Test * 11 Fracture Mechanics * 12 Fatigue of Metals * 13 Creep and Stress Rupture * 14 Brittle Fracture and Impact Testing * Part IV: Plastic Forming of Metals * 15 Fundamentals of Metalworking * 16 Forging * 17 Rolling of Metals * 18 Extrusion * 19 Drawing of Rods, Wires and Tubes * 20 Sheet-Metal Forming * 21 Maching of Metals * Appendixes Date: 1986 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [669 DIE] (47), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [669 DIE] (3), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [669 DIE] (1), Library & Information Centre Management [669 DIE] (4),

8. Introduction to Operations Research by Hillier, Frederic S. Publication: New Delhi TMH 2012 . 1102p. , Frederick Hillier Professor emeritus of operations research at Stanford University. Dr. Hillier is especially known for his classic, award-winning text, Introduction to Operations Research, co-authored with the late Gerald J. Lieberman, which has been translated into well over a dozen languages and is currently in its 8th edition. The 6th edition won honorable mention for the 1995 Lanchester Prize (best English-language publication of any kind in the field) and Dr. Hillier also was awarded the 2004 INFORMS Expository Writing Award for the 8th edition. His other books include The Evaluation of Risky Interrelated Investments, Queueing Tables and Graphs, Introduction to Stochastic Models in Operations Research, and Introduction to Mathematical Programming. He received his BS in industrial engineering and doctorate specializing in operations research and management science from Stanford University. The winner of many awards in high school and college for writing, mathematics, debate, and music, he ranked first in his undergraduate engineering class and was awarded three national fellowships (National Science Foundation, Tau Beta Pi, and Danforth) for graduate study. Dr. Hillier?s research has extended into a variety of areas, including integer programming, queueing theory and its application, statistical quality control, and production and operations management. He also has won a major prize for research in capital budgeting. Table of Content: Date: 2012 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Computer Science [517.38 HIL] (4), Library & Information Centre Industrial Production [517.38 HIL] (195), Library & Information Centre Industrial Production [517.38 HIL] (5), Library & Information Centre Industrial Production [517.38 HIL] (2), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [517.38 HIL] (3), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [517.38 HIL] (1),

9. Mechanical Metallurgy by Dieter, George. E. Publication: Auckland McGraw Hill 1981 . 774.p. Date: 1981 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [669 DIE] (3),

10. Theory of Machines by Rattan, S S Publication: New Delhi TMH 2005 . 835p , This text provides comprehensive coverage of financial and managerial accounting topics at an introductory level. Students see how accountants influence the internal decision-making environment, how managerial accounting relates to financial accounting, and how it differs. The accounting cycle is presented step by step in the first six chapters, illustrated by a continous example, with a review at each stage and alternative accounting methods are also discussed. This new edition features a new full-colour design, engaging real-world examples, and updating throughout. The end-of-chapter material has been increased in variety and amount, and includes comprehensive problems, critical thinking questions, and communication skills exercises. Self-tests are provided at various points in each chapter, and ethics cases are included at the end of each chapter. There is also an updated discussion of the changing manufacturing environment. Date: 2005 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 RAT] (25), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 RAT] (1), Dept - Mechanical Mechanical Engineering [621.815 RAT] (3),

11. Theory of Machines by Rattan, S S Publication: New Delhi TMH 2005 . 835p , This text provides comprehensive coverage of financial and managerial accounting topics at an introductory level. Students see how accountants influence the internal decision-making environment, how managerial accounting relates to financial accounting, and how it differs. The accounting cycle is presented step by step in the first six chapters, illustrated by a continous example, with a review at each stage and alternative accounting methods are also discussed. This new edition features a new full-colour design, engaging real-world examples, and updating throughout. The end-of-chapter material has been increased in variety and amount, and includes comprehensive problems, critical thinking questions, and communication skills exercises. Self-tests are provided at various points in each chapter, and ethics cases are included at the end of each chapter. There is also an updated discussion of the changing manufacturing environment. Date: 2005 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 RAT] (49), Library & Information Centre Science and Humanities [621.815 RAT] (1),

12. Kinematics, Dynamics and Design of Machinery by Waldron, Kenneth J Publication: New Delhi Willey 2007 . 669p , It is an excellent refresher on the kinematics and dynamics of machinery. The book provides a solid theoretical background in kinematic principles coupled with practical examples, and presents analytical techniques without complex mathematics in the design of mechanical devices. Key Features * The book introduces spatial mechanisms using both vectors and matrices, which introduces the topic from two vantage points * Comprehensive and authoritative coverage * Several real-world problems are included to show how to apply the basic principles in a realistic setting * The CD for the second edition offers a greatly enhanced set of MATLAB programs for design and analysis Date: 2007 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 WAL] (10), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.815 WAL] (1),

13. A Text Book of Elements of Mechanical Engineering by Gopalakrishna K. R Publication: Bangalore Subhas Stores 2014 . 253p. Date: 2014 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [620.1 GOP] (187), Library & Information Centre Science and Humanities [620.1 GOP] (1),

14. Fluid Power by Esposito, Anthony Publication: New Delhi Pearson 2004 . 648p. , Updated to reflect current fluid power technology and industrial applications, this text focuses on the design, analysis, operation, and maintenance of fluid power systems. The book stresses the how’s and why’s so that readers acquire a genuine comprehension of the fundamental principles of fluid power system operation. Features NEW - Use of MathCad for optimization - Shows students how to use MathCad for optimizing the operating performance of hydraulic systems. NEW - Practical methods for controlling the speed of hydraulic cylinders and motors using flow control valves. NEW - A clearer explanation of the performance of pumps and hydraulic motors. NEW - Lists of key equations—Added to the end of each chapter. NEW - Updated examples problems and chapter-end exercises. NEW - Earlier coverage of hydraulic systems. NEW - Later coverage of maintenance-related properties of hydraulic fluids. Clear presentation of both theory and applications. Extensively illustrated—With industry-provided cutaway drawings and illustrations of fluid power components and systems. Date: 2004 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Computer Science [532 ESP] (19), Library & Information Centre Computer Science [532 ESP] (1), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [532 ESP] (41),

15. Fluid Power by Esposito, Anthony Publication: New Delhi Pearson 2005 . 656p. , This is a well-illustrated, easily accessible, introductory text on fluid power technology. It provides the students with in-depth explanation of all topics essential to the understanding of design, analysis, operations, maintenance and applications of fluid power systems. Date: 2005 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Civil Engineering [532 ESP] (10), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [532 ESP] (30), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [532 ESP] (1),

16. An Introduction to Energy Conversion, Volume III by Kadambi, V Publication: New Delhi New Age 2004 . 284P , This series in three volumes offers a comprehensive introduction to energy conversion. It deals with energy, its collection and release from natural sources and conversion into useful work.? Volume I provides basic knowledge of thermodynamics necessary for the study by energy conversion. The treatment is based on a mixed approach involving both the classical and microscopic treatment. Volume II begins with an account of available natural forms of energy release and cycles necessary for conversion into work. Other auxiliary equipment like air compressors and reversed heat engine cycles have also been included. Volume III introduces the major energy conversion devices used in practice, turbomachinery. The approach and emphasis are such as to provide enough theory along with sufficient practical detail, so that student learns the principles, in addition to the details of real systems.? Date: 2004 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.3745 KAD] (38), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.3745 KAD] (2), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.3745 KAD ] (1), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.3745 KAD] (1),

17. Mechanical Measurements by Beckwith, Thomas. G. Publication: Delhi Pearson 2003 . 876 p. , Measurement and the correct interpretation thereof are necessary parts of any engineering research and development program. Naturally, the measurements must supply reliable information and their meanings must be correctly comprehended and interpreted. It is the primary purpose of this book to supply a basis for such measurements. Date: 2003 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621 BEC] (62), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621 BEC] (1),

18. An Introduction to Energy Conversion, Volume II by Kadambi, V Publication: New Delhi Wiley Eastern 1974 . 312P , This series in three volumes offers a comprehensive introduction to energy conversion. It deals with energy, its collection and release from natural sources and conversion into useful work.? Volume I provides basic knowledge of thermodynamics necessary for the study by energy conversion. The treatment is based on a mixed approach involving both the classical and microscopic treatment. Volume II begins with an account of available natural forms of energy release and cycles necessary for conversion into work. Other auxiliary equipment like air compressors and reversed heat engine cycles have also been included. Volume III introduces the major energy conversion devices used in practice, turbomachinery. The approach and emphasis are such as to provide enough theory along with sufficient practical detail, so that student learns the principles, in addition to the details of real systems.? Date: 1974 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.3745 KAD] (4),

19. An Introduction to Energy Conversion, Volume I by Kadambi, V Publication: New Delhi Wiley Eastern 1984 . 239P , This series in three volumes offers a comprehensive introduction to energy conversion. It deals with energy, its collection and release from natural sources and conversion into useful work.? Volume I provides basic knowledge of thermodynamics necessary for the study by energy conversion. The treatment is based on a mixed approach involving both the classical and microscopic treatment. Volume II begins with an account of available natural forms of energy release and cycles necessary for conversion into work. Other auxiliary equipment like air compressors and reversed heat engine cycles have also been included. Volume III introduces the major energy conversion devices used in practice, turbomachinery. The approach and emphasis are such as to provide enough theory along with sufficient practical detail, so that student learns the principles, in addition to the details of real systems.? Date: 1984 Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.3745 KAD] (2),

20. Text Book of Power Plant Engineering by Rajput, R.K. Publication: . 1083P , This book on 'Power Plant Engineering' has been written to meet exhaustively the requirements of various syllabus in this subject for courses for B.E., B. Tech, B. Sc. (Engg.) of various Indian Universities. It is equally suitable for U. P. S. C. (Engg. Services) and section B. A., M.I.E. (India) Examinations. The book contains 13 chapters in all and 'ObjectiveType Question Bank' at the end.Salient FeaturesThe presentation of the subject matter is very systematic and the language of text is in a lucid, direct and easy to understand manner.Each chapter of the book is saturated with much needed text supported by neat and self-explanatory diagrams to make the subject matter self-speaking to a great extent.A large number of solved examples, properly graded, have been added in various chapters to enable the students to attempt different types of questions in the examinations without any difficulty.At the end of each chapter Highlights, Theoretical Questions and Unsolved Examples have been added to make the book a complete unit in all respects. Table Of Contents : 1. Introduction2. Power Plant Cycles3. Steam Power Plant4. Diesel Engine Power Plants5. Gas Turbine Power Plants6. Hydro-Electric Power Plant7. Nuclear Power Plant8. Combined Operation of Different Power Plants9. Economics of Power Generation10. Non-Conventional Power Generation and Direct Energy Conversion11. Plant Instrumentation12. Major Electrical Equipment in Power Plants13. Pollution and Its ControlObjective Type Question BankADDITIONAL/COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS QUESTIONS(WITH SOLUTIONS-COMMENTS)INDEXAPPENDIXSteam Tables About Author : Er. R. K. Rajput, born on 15th September, 1944 (coincident with Engineer's Day) is a multi-disciplinary engineer. He obtained his Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering (with Hons. - Gold Medal) from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala. He is also a graduate engineer in Electrical Engineering. Apart from this he holds memberships of various professional bodies like Member Institution of Engineers (MIE); Member Indian Society of Technical Education (MISTE) and Member Solar Energy Society of India (MSESI). He is also a Chartered Engineer (India). He has served for several years as Principal of 'Punjab College of Information Technology', Patiala and 'Thapar Polytechnic, Patiala'.He has more than 35 years of experience in teaching different subjects of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering disciplines. He has published/presented a large number of technical papers. He is author of several books on the important subjects of Mechanical as well as Electrical Engineering disciplines.He has earned, by dint of hard work and devotion to duty, the following awards/honours:* Best Teacher (Academic) Award * Jawahar Lal Nehru Memorial Gold Medal for an outstanding research paper (Institute of Engineers) * Distinguished Author Award * Man of Achievement Award. Availability: Items available: Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.812 RAJ] (21), Library & Information Centre Mechanical Engineering [621.812 RAJ] (4),

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