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BITS Strength of Materials II Sem-V
Unit 7 : Springs(Open coiled helical spring, leaf spring and spiral spring, Fattique & creep)
1. SPRINGS(Machine Design ) Total View (2)
 
helical springs,spring rate,stiffness of springs,material of springs,manufacture of springs,spring ends,buckling of compression springs,surging of springs,conical springs,belleville springs,design for procedure,derivation of expression for deflection Y,laminated spring,design procedure for laminated springs,equalization of stress in spring leaves
Title: Design of Machine Elements II
Published on: 24/04/17
Author: Annaiah M H
Publisher: Dr Sri Sri Sri Shivakumara Mahaswamy College of Engineering
Pages: 85
Price: Rs 21.25

2. Helicopter Airframe & Transmission System Design Concepts(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (4)
 
Airframe, Transmission System Design, Gears, Clutches, Transmission shafting, lubrication, rotor brakes, rotor system design concepts, Life load relationship, Good design practices for Gearboxes, Gearbox lubrication considerations, bearings, Main rotor transmission design concepts, Rotor design concepts, Materials for rotor hubs, Upper control system design, anti-torque rotor transmission, Modern ......
Title: Helicopter Technology
Published on: 07/06/17
Author: Simon K John & Balachandra P Shetty
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 69
Price: Rs 37.95

3. Hardened Concrete(Materials of Construction) Total View (444)
 
Freshly mixed concrete before set is known as wet or green concrete whereas after setting and hardening it is known as 'set or hardened concrete'. This chapter deals with the properties of hardened concrete.
Title: Materials of Construction
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Manjunath KS
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 42
Price: Rs 31.5

4. Exogenetic Forces and Their Landforms,Weathering and Mass Wasting(Geography) Total View (286)
 
Many Physical and chemical process operate because of which the Earth's surface undergoes modification. These are known as geomorphic processes. At this time we study exogenetic forces which are in use on the earth surfaces in forming of land forms and labeling them to sea level or base land.
Title: MSGE-101 Geomorphology
Published on: 05/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75

5. Chapter 9 Sweep, blend and sweep-blend features(Mechanical Engineering) Total View (1)
 

Title: Engineering Analysis & Optimization using CAD Software (CREO 3.0)
Published on: 17/04/17
Author: Chougule Nagesh
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 54
Price: Rs 27

6. Fabrication of Composites(Composite Material) Total View (106)
 
Cutting, Machining and Joining are known as secondary processes, which are extremely important operations to be performed on composites for creating satisfactory assemblies. The manner in which these are performed is a determining factor in the efficiency and suitability of components.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25

7. Elucidation of Structure of Proteins(Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics) Total View (375)
 
The first level is the amino acid sequence, often called its primary structure,perhaps to stress the fact that the sequence to a high degree defines the tertiary protein structure. The next level is the secondary structure, the primary building blocks of the tertiary protein structure. Secondary structure elements are combined into different structural motifs,or protein motifs, sometimes also call ......
Title: MSc.CND102 Principles of Bio-Chemistry
Published on: 23/11/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 45
Price: Rs 33.75

8. Passive Circuit Components(Electronics) Total View (3)
 
The electronic components are divided into two categories i) Active components ii) Passive components. Active components are those components which have the ability to supply energy to the circuit. Examples are voltage and current sources. On the other hand passive components are those components which absorb energy. Resistors, capacitors and inductors are examples of passive components. In this c ......
Title: Electron Devices
Published on: 27/05/15
Author: Ramesh Babu P
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 44
Price: Rs 0

9. Preservation, Conservation and Maintenance of Library Materials(Library and Information Science) Total View (188)
 
The art of preservation is as old as human civilization itself. Documents have existed in one form or the other since man invented the art of writing. Man has attempted to preserve documents in order to procure and pass on the knowledge that was recorded in these documents to the future generations.
Title: BLI-52 Management of Libraries and Information Centre
Published on: 17/01/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

10. Definition, Principles and Scope of Ecosystem(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
An ecosystem was defined as a dynamic entity composed of a biological community and its associated abiotic environment. Ecosytems are also always undergoing alterations to their biotic and abiotic components. Some of these alterations begin first with a change in the state of one component of the ecosystem.
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 27.75

11. Homeostasis of Environment(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
The tendency of an ecosystem to return to a state of equilibrium is referred to as homeostasis. Ecosystems have a unique property of self-regulation.The ecosystem comprising various sub-components of biotic and abiotic nature, which are inter-linked and interdependent,have an inherent property to resist change. That means, the ecosystems have a property to tolerate external disturbance or stress. ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5

12. Mechanical Behaviour of Metals and alloys(Mechanical Engineering) Total View (2)
 
Stress-Strain Diagrams, Creep behavior, Fatigue and Fracture.
Title: Material Science and Metallurgy
Published on: 01/02/18
Author: Dr Dasharath S M
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5

13. Application of Composites(Composite Material) Total View (105)
 
Deformation sensors will also be required. It has been demonstrated that piezoelectric materials, in the form of films or plates, can perform these functions. Piezoelectric fibers potentially could more easily be incorporated into complex structures and could have reliability advantages over brittle ceramics in plate form.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25

14. Plant Histology and Anatomy(Biology ) Total View (2646)
 
Introduction, Meristem, Permanent Tissue, Definition of the Terms: Primary and Secondary Tissues, Secondary Growth in Dicot Stem.
Title: PUC Biology Volume II
Published on: 05/04/14
Author: Sundar Ram M.J.
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15

15. Introduction to Composites(Composite Material) Total View (151)
 
Mankind is aware of composite materials from time immemorial. To mention a few: Houses made of mud bricks from clay reinforced with straw (1500 BC), Mud walls of houses reinforced with bamboo shoots (500BC), Glued laminated wood (500BC), Laminated metals in forging swords (1800 AD), Glass fibers reinforced resins for boats and aircrafts (1930). Since then, many modern composites have been develop ......
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 49
Price: Rs 0

16. Work of Groundwater(Geography) Total View (279)
 
Groundwater is an important agent of denudation in limestone regions and it produces unique landforms, both surface landforms and underground landforms. The main factors which affect the percolation of water through the earth's surface are as follows: a) the amount and nature of rainwater and melt water; b) the slope of the land surface; c) the porosity of the rock layers; d) the rate of evaporati ......
Title: BGE- 11 Introduction to Physical Geography
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Iline
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5

17. Endogenetic Movements, Earthquake and Volcanoes(Geography) Total View (279)
 
This unit provides you the basic information about the forces affecting the landforms.Earthquakes and Volcanoes are the most important sudden forces operating, modifying and creating various types of landforms.
Title: MSGE-101 Geomorphology
Published on: 04/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 27.75

18. NUCLEIC ACIDS(UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY) Total View (1)
 
One of the most amazing aspects of life is the ability of living organisms to reproduce themselves. In accomplishing this, the nucleic acids play a vital role.
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 09/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 9.1

19. Nucleic Acids(Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics) Total View (349)
 
Nucleic acids are polymers of nucleotides held by 3' and 5' phosphate bridges. These serve as transmitters of genetic information. There are 2 types of nucleic acid DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid).
Title: MSc.CND102 Principles of Bio-Chemistry
Published on: 27/11/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

20. Density Dependent and Density Independent Factors(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
Density represents the numerical strength of a species in the community in any unit area. Frequency does not provide correct idea of the distribution of any species in particular area, unless it is correlated with other characters, like density etc . The inherent tendency of all animal populations is to increase in number. But this increase in number is, however, not infinite since the carrying ca ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25

21. Manufacturing process - II(Mechanical) Total View (2035)
 
Solved Question Papers
Title: Harbinger - 4th Sem, VTU, 2013-14, Mechanical
Published on: 25/02/14
Author: Harbinger Series
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 68
Price: Rs 51

22. Measurement Systems and Basic Concepts of Measurement Methods, Intermediate Modifying and Terminating Devices:(Mechanical) Total View (9)
 
Definition, Significance of measurement, Errors in measurement, classification of errors. Transducers, transfer efficiency, primary and secondary transducers, Mechanical systems, inherent problems, electrical intermediate modifying devices, input circuitry, ballast circuit, electronic amplifiers. Terminating devices, Cathode ray oscilloscope, Oscillographs.
Title: Mechanical Measurement & Metrology
Published on: 11/04/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 18.5

23. UNIT - 8 Behavior of Tribological Components: (Mechanical Engineering) Total View (5)
 
Selection, friction, Wear of ceramic materials, wear measurements, effects of speed, temperature and pressure. Tribological measures, Material selection, improved design, surface engineering.
Title: Tribology/10ME831
Published on: 20/02/17
Author: MOHAMMED NAVEED
Publisher: Ghousia College of Engineering
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 10.8

24. Special Senses(Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics) Total View (232)
 
Sensory organs give us a magical experience of perceiving and enjoying things about what we see, touch, taste and hearing the sound. These are possible for us because of special sensory receptors and specialized nervous systems to analyses the stimulus. These receptors may be simple nerve endings to complex sense organs. All sensory receptors are transducers. A transducer is any device that conver ......
Title: MSc.CND101 Human Physiology
Published on: 21/11/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5

25. Molecular Biology(Biology ) Total View (3882)
 
Nucleic Acids-Structure of DNA Double Helix or Watson and Crick's Model of DNA, Ribonucleic Acid (RNA), The Gene, The Genetic Code and Genetic Control of Protein Synthesis
Title: PUC Biology Volume II
Published on: 05/04/14
Author: Sundar Ram M.J.
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25



 
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