Title: Power Plant Engineering
Author: P K Nag
Why This Book?
Power Plant Engineering By P K Nag is intended to undergraduate engineering students who study mechanical or fluid mechanics. Most common this book is popular among thermal engineering major, a part of mechanical engineering.
This book covers almost everything an undergraduate student need in the field of power plant engineering. Things that keep this book apart form other books of same domain are:
In depth coverage of the topics which makes it an interesting read.
Real life examples to make you understand the topics better.
Numerous solved examples and unsolved questions to make you prepared for academics as well as competitive exams.
Let’s look into the topics covered by the Power Plant Engineering By P K Nag
Chapter 1. Introduction: Economics of Power Generation
Chapter 2. Analysis of Steam Cycles
Chapter 3. Combined Cycle Power Generation
Chapter 4. Fuels and Combustion
Chapter 5. Combustion Mechanism, Combustion Equipment and Firing Methods
Chapter 6. Steam Generators
Chapter 7. Steam Turbines
Chapter 8. Condenser, Feed water and Circulating Water Systems
Chapter 9. Nuclear Power Plants
Chapter 10. Hydroelectric Power Plant
Chapter 11. Diesel Engine and Gas Turbines Power Plants
Chapter 12. Energy Storage
Chapter 13. Non-Conventional Power Generation
Chapter 14. Environmental Degradation and use of Renewable Energy
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