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AU Fluid Mechanics - III Sem VI
Unit 2 : NA(Working of Reaction Turbines & Design Principles: Component Parts & Working Principles of a Francis Turbine- Design Principles of Francis Turbine- Arriving at vane Angles- Governing Mechanism for a Francis Turbine, Draft Tube Theory-Functions and Types of Draft Tubes in Reaction Turbines- Efficiency of Draft Tube)
1. Chapter 4 * Turbines(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
Impact of Jet on flat, curved plates, Stationary and Moving -Classification of Turbines - Pelton wheel - Francis turbine - Kaplan turbine - Specific speed - Characteristic Curves of Turbines- Draft tube and cavitation.
Title: Applied Hydraulic Engineering
Published on: 11/02/19
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Pages: 100
Price: Rs 50

2. Contents(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
This book contains Five Chapters viz., Uniform Flow, Gradually Varied Flow, Rapidly Varied Flow, Turbines and Pumps. This book also contains several Worked Out Problems, Short Questions and Review Questions.
Title: Applied Hydraulic Engineering
Published on: 11/02/19
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Pages: 12
Price: Rs 0

3. Turbines and IC Engines(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (466)
 
Energy exists in different forms such as kinetic energy, heat energy, electrical energy and so on. In practice, it is required to convert one form of energy into another form. A device which converts the available form of energy into the required form is known as a prime mover.
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 20/11/14
Author: Sreenivasa Reddy M
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 62
Price: Rs 46.5

4. HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANTS(Power Generation and Economics) Total View (15)
 
 Hydrology is a branch of Earth Science.  The importance of hydrology in the assessment, development, utilization and management of the water resources, of any region is being increasingly realized at all levels.  It was in view of this that the United Nations proclaimed the period of 1965-1974 as the International Hydrological Decade during which, intensive efforts in hy ......
Title: Power Generation and Economics
Published on: 01/06/17
Author: Praveen B.R
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 0

5. Turbines(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (677)
 
A prime mover is a mechanical device or a machine which converts a source of energy into mechanical energy. The resultant mechanical energy may be in any form such as reciprocating or rotary motion. But the most preferred mechanical energy form is the rotary motion. The rotary motion consists of a rotor or wheel which is integral or keyed to the shaft. Ex: Water turbine, Steam turbine, Steam engin ......
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 25/08/14
Author: P Raghuthama Rao
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18

6. Previous Year Question Papers(Turbo Machine) Total View (15)
 
Previous Year Question Papers
Title: Turbo Machines
Published on: 14/07/15
Author: Dr. N Krishnamurthy
Publisher: Sunstar Publisher
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25

7. Module 2(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (6)
 
Steam turbines, Gas turbines, Hydraulic turbines and I C Engines.
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 08/11/16
Author: Deepak C and Ravi Kumar T
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 15.5

8. Energy Engineering Added(Energy Engineering ) Total View (12)
 
Solved Questions
Title: Energy Engineering. Questions Solved
Published on: 05/01/17
Author: Santhosh S Gaidhankar
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 48
Price: Rs 26.4

9. WIND ENERGY, GEOTHERMAL ENERGY and TIDAL ENERGY(Renewable Energy Sources ) Total View (2)
 
WIND ENERGY, GEOTHERMAL ENERGY and TIDAL ENERGY
Title: RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES
Published on: 09/01/18
Author: praveen math
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

10. Energy Resources(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (478)
 
About one hundred years ago, people would have completed their daily routine work without moving more than ten kilometers radius from the place where they used to live. The reason is obvious as the daily needs like cooking, lighting, eating, etc. were largely met from the resources within this radius.
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 20/11/14
Author: Sreenivasa Reddy M
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 0

11. July 2014(Energy Engineering ) Total View (3)
 
Solutions
Title: Energy Engineering. Questions Solved
Published on: 05/01/17
Author: Santhosh S Gaidhankar
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 11

12. Introduction(Turbo Machine) Total View (44)
 
Definition of turbomachine, parts of turbomachines,Comparison with positive displacement machines, Classification, Dimensionless parameters and their significance, Effect of Reynold's number, Unit and specific quantities, model studies. Application of first and second law's of thermodynamics to turbomachines, Efficiencies of turbomachines. Problems
Title: Turbo Machines
Published on: 14/07/15
Author: Dr. N Krishnamurthy
Publisher: Sunstar Publisher
Pages: 59
Price: Rs 0

13. Hydro–Electric Plants(Energy Engineering ) Total View (50)
 
The elements of hydro-electric power plant are as follows: Water reservoir, Dam, Fore bay, Trash rack, Water way, Draft tube, Surge tank
Title: Energy Engineering
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: Math M C
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 40
Price: Rs 30

14. Introduction(Turbo Machines ) Total View (3)
 
Pumps and turbines (sometimes called fluid machines) occur in a wide variety of configurations. In general, pumps add energy to the fluid—they do work on the fluid; turbines extract energy from the fluid—the fluid does work on them. The term "pump” will be used to generically refer to all pumping machines, including pumps, fans, blowers, and compressors.
Title: TURBO MACHINERY
Published on: 02/08/18
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Pages: 10
Price: Rs 0

15. Steam Boilers(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (677)
 
It is an equipment which generates steam at a constant pressure and supplies continuously at a regulated pressure and flow rate for various uses. Today there are boilers which generate and supply vapors of other liquids which are more efficient e.g. thermic fluid boilers, but here we deal only with steam boiler. These boilers use fossil fuels such as coal, coke, diesel, gas etc as primary source o ......
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 25/08/14
Author: P Raghuthama Rao
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75

16. Hydraulic Turbines(Turbo Machine) Total View (8)
 
Classification, Different efficiencies, Pelton turbine -velocity triangles, design parameters, Maximum efficiency. Francis turbine - velocity triangles, design parameters, runner shapes for different blade speeds. Draft tubes- Types and functions. Kaplan and Propeller turbines - velocity triangles, design parameters. Problems.
Title: Turbo Machines
Published on: 14/07/15
Author: Dr. N Krishnamurthy
Publisher: Sunstar Publisher
Pages: 79
Price: Rs 59.25

17. Module 1(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (20)
 
Energy Resources, Steam Boilers, Steam Formation and Properties.
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 08/11/16
Author: Deepak C and Ravi Kumar T
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 0

18. Energy from Ocean(Electrical ) Total View (0)
 
Broadly the ocean sources of energy are Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) and the Tidal energy, Wave energy and fourth form of the energy that emanates from the sun-ocean system stems from the mechanism of surface water evaporation by solar heating i.e. hydrological cycle.
Title: Renewable Energy Sources
Published on: 10/10/18
Author:
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Pages: 48
Price: Rs 24

19. Introduction to Fluid Power System(Hydraulics and Pneumatics ) Total View (33)
 
Pascals Law, Classification of Pumps, Components of Hydraulic System
Title: Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Published on: 25/11/17
Author: Shanawaz Patil
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 45
Price: Rs 33.75

20. Steam, Diesel and Gas Turbine Power Plants(Power Generation and Economics) Total View (9)
 
 Introduction,  Efficiency of steam plants  Merits and demerits of plants,  Selection of site.  Working of steam plant,  Power plant equipment and layout,  Steam turbines, Fuels and fuel handling,  Fuel combustion and combustion equipment,  Coal burners, Fluidized bed combustion, Combustion control, Ash handling, Dust ......
Title: Power Generation and Economics
Published on: 01/06/17
Author: Praveen B.R
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 7.15

21. Elements of Mechanical Engineering(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (942)
 
Solved Question Papers
Title: Harbinger-Physics Cycle-2014-15
Published on: 14/10/14
Author: Harbinger Series
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 68
Price: Rs 51

22. Energy Exchange & General Analysis of Turbo Machines(Turbo Machine) Total View (13)
 
Euler’s turbine equation, Alternate form of Euler’s turbine equation, Velocity triangles for different values of degree of reaction, Components of energy transfer, Degree of Reaction, utilization factor, Relation between degree of reaction and Utilization factor, Problems Radial flow compressors and pumps - general analysis, Expression for degree of reaction, velocity triangles, Effect of blade d ......
Title: Turbo Machines
Published on: 14/07/15
Author: Dr. N Krishnamurthy
Publisher: Sunstar Publisher
Pages: 67
Price: Rs 50.25

23. Helicopter Propulsion(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (7)
 
Helicopter propulsion basic principles, reciprocating engine, gas turbine engine, Ideal cycle, Actual cycle implications cycle losses, performance parameters, turbo shaft engine types, cycle modifications, Design parameters, system considerations, Regenerator, Reheat,
Title: Helicopter Technology
Published on: 07/06/17
Author: Simon K John & Balachandra P Shetty
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 9.35

24. Solar and Wind Energy(Energy Engineering ) Total View (48)
 
The amount of solar energy produced in India is less than 1% of the total energy demand. The grid - interactive solar power as of December 2010 was merely 10MW. Government - funded solar energy in India only accounted for approximately 6.4 MW-yr of power as of 2005.
Title: Energy Engineering
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: Math M C
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 64
Price: Rs 48

25. WIND ENERGY(Electrical ) Total View (0)
 
Winds are essentially created by the solar heating of the atmosphere. Several attempts have been made since 1940 to use wind to generate electric energy and development is still going on.
Title: Renewable Energy Sources
Published on: 10/10/18
Author:
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Pages: 26
Price: Rs 13



 
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