Best Reference books for Mechanical Engineering
This article attempts to the cover the most nightmarish subjects which are a part of your Mechanical Engineering degree along with recommending best sources to prepare them.It dosent aim to advertise any publisher but out of genuine concern for budding and aspiring Mechanical Engineers
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS - B.C.Punamia;Timoshenko
Timoshenko is considered the bible for this subject.But before going for it,its recommended to precede it with B.C. Punamia.Even for GATE aspirants,these two will be sufficient along with previous year questions.If your faculty is good,don’t bunk a single lecture.This subject will form the base of your course and will be used abundantly in further semesters.This one usually comes in the 3rd semester.
I gave this paper after SOM and my heartbeat was double the usual rate when I got the question paper.Be serious with this monster of a subject .P.K.Nag should be thoroughly studied .Practice as any numericals as possible from past question papers
I fell in love with the subject and the book;didn’t bunk a single lecture(prof. was that good).This book covers everything from your college level to GATE level
MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS- G.K. Grover
KILL ME ALREADY!The subject that can wreak havoc in 7th semester .Wanna clear this one,lick Grover from start to finish.
THEORY OF MACHINES-R.S.Khurmi;S.S Ratan
On the surface the subject looks dead easy but wait till you get the question paer.If you are not well versed and conceptually clear GAME ON to avoid a backlog.I think Khurmi should be more than enough but if you tie on your hands,it wont hurt to refer Ratan
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May 11, 2018