Title: Electric Motor RepairAuthor: John RosenbergDescription:This is a very interesting and useful book regarding motor basics. This particular book was the first edition (as far as I know) but is very similar to the second edition.Very thorough. Does a good job of explaining some fairly complex arrangements. Details are...

Title: Building MaterialsAuthor: S K DuggalBook Description:The primary purpose of writing this book is to give engineering students up-to-date information on building materials. The book has been prepared after referring to a number of text books, references and standards. S.I. units have been used throughout the text as far...

This introductory textbook for standard undergraduate courses in thermodynamics has been completely rewritten to explore a greater number of topics more clearly and concisely. Starting with an overview of important quantum behaviors, the book teaches students how to calculate probabilities in order to provide a firm foundation for later...

Title: Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Author: Alan Jeffery
Book Description:
This book has evolved from lectures on engineering mathematics given regularly over many years to students at all levels in the United States, England, and elsewhere.It covers the more advanced aspects of engineering mathematics that are common to all first engineering degrees, and...

Title: Schaums Advanced CalculusAuthor: Robert C. WerdeBook Description:A key ingredient in learning mathematics is problem solving. This is the strength, and no doubt the reason for the longevity of Professor Spiegel’s advanced calculus. His collection of solved and unsolved problems remains a part of this second edition.Advanced calculus is...

Title: Engineering MathematicsAuthor: A. Ganesh, G. BalasubramanianBook Description:This Textbook has been prepared as per the syllabus for the Engineering Mathematics Second semester B.E classes of Visveswaraiah Technological University. The book contains eight chapters, and each chapter corresponds to one unit of the syllabus.The topics covered are: Unit I and...

Title: Higher Engineering MathematicsAuthor: John BirdBook Description:This seventh edition of Higher Engineering Mathematics covers essential mathematical material suitable for students studying Degrees, Foundation Degrees, and Higher National Certificate and Diploma courses in Engineering disciplines.The text has been conveniently divided into the following 12 convenient categories: number and algebra, geometry...

Title: Advanced Engineering MathematicsAuthor: Ervin KreyszigBook Description:This book provides a comprehensive, thorough, and up-to-date treatment of engineering mathematics. It is intended to introduce students of engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science, and related fields to those areas of applied mathematics that are most relevant for solving practical problems. A course...

Title: Roark's Formula For Stress and Strain
Authors: Young and Richard
Book Description:
This book was written for the purpose of making available a compact, adequate summary of the formulas, facts, and principles pertaining to strength of materials. It is intended primarily as a reference book and represents an attempt to meet...

Title: Mechanics of MaterialsAuthor: Irving J. LevinsonBook Description:Agter years of study, painstaking research, and daily experience in an area of learning, an urge develops to update basic theories to contemporary situations and to benefit others with the judgements developed and with their practical applications to present-day problems. As a...

Title: Mechanics of Materials
Authors: Madhukar Vable
Book Description:
Some of the features that should help you meet the learning objectives of this book are summarized here briefly.
• A course in statics is a prerequisite for this course. Appendix A reviews the concepts of statics from the perspective of this course. If...

Title: Mechanics of MaterialsAuthor: R C HibbelerBook Description:Mechanics of Materials is a comprehensive book for mechanical engineering students. The book comprises of chapters on stress, strain, mechanical properties of materials, transverse shear, bending, strain transformation, design of beams and shafts, buckling of columns and energy methods.In addition, there are several...

Title: Mechanics of MaterialsAuthor: E J HearnBook Description:This text is the suitably revised and extended third edition of the highly successful text initially published in 1977 and intended to cover the material normally contained in degree and honours degree courses in mechanics of materials and in courses leading to...

Title: Strength of MaterialsAuthor: G H RyderBook Description:Strength of Materials 3rd Edition (English) by G. H. Ryder is especially designed to help those students pursuing their third semester in their Masters in Engineering. The book provides the student with a clear understanding of the principles of engineering design. It also...

Title: Strength of MaterialsAuthor: Edward k HankinBook Description:In the following pages the attempt is made to give a presentation of the subject of the strength of materials, beams, columns, and shafts, which may be understood by those not acquainted with the calculus. The degree of mathematical preparation required is...