Saturday, 31 March 2018

how carburetor works in Suzuki gs150r motorcycle spare part and types

how carburetor works in Suzuki gs150r motorcycle


In this article learn about carburetor working , types of suzuki GS 150R and also spare part.The carburetor is a heart of internal combustion engine. It is a part of a gasoline engine in which controlled quantity of fuel gets atomized and mixes with the control quantity of air and sends to the engine cylinder in this article you will learn about The
  •  Working of carburetor
  • Types of carburetors
  • Circuits in a carburetor
  • Components and working of BS type carburetors.

Friday, 30 March 2018

Top Highest Mechanical Engineer job Salary

Top Highest Mechanical Engineer job Salary



Mechanical engineering has been the most demanded after the world's engineering disciplines. Want to earn the highest mechanical engineer salary?
Each year, a stream of mechanical engineers has graduated from their undergraduate degree and is the best job of getting a job which will give them the most technical engineer’s salary for their services. The reason for this is clear - Mechanical Engineering is one of the many demanding engineering subjects in the world and one of the many industries.

total complete information of different oil with difference number

total complete information of different oil with difference number



number of question asked about oil related to diesel oil best synthetic oil, oil viscosity, which oil for car, 10w30 oil, engine oil flush or more other information about oil 5 V30 instead of 5V 20, use of 5V 40 oil, Mobil 5W-40 Oil, rough 5 or 30 or 10 or 30, rough 5W30 or 5V20, 5w 30 mean, 

What is the best oil for your car?
Your best bet for motor oil is synthetic like Mobil 1, Valvolin Syncro or Castrol Edge, so you can get a moderate price if you are looking for sales and discounts. If your car and your driving habit deliver an artificial oil, you do not demand extra protection, you can save money using conventional oil.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Konse difference ha petrol and diesel engine me

konse difference ha petrol and diesel engine me



Hello friend aj ham janege petrol or diesel engine me kya difference ha. yani petrol or diesel engine me kya kya difference ha. so petrol engine ko ham SI engine kehte ha or diesel engine ko ham CI engine kehte ha. SI engine ka matlab ha spark ignition eska matlab petrol engine me power stroke ke time pe power produce hota ha. air fuel mixture jalane ke liya electric spark ki jarurat hoti ha. vo spark produce hone ke liya spark plug use karte ha. or vo spark 20,000V (DC) power pe produce hota ha. or diesel engine ko ham CI engine matlab compress ignation bhi kehte ha. eska matlab air +fuel mixture ko burn karne ke liya power stroke ke time per jis external factore ko use Kiya jata ha use compression kehte ha. jab piston TDC to BDC piston travel hota ha us samai compression se jo temperature or pressure generate hota ha vo sahi hona chahiya  tabhi air + fuel mixture sahi se jalta ha.

2 stroke or 4 stroke engine me kya फरक है

2 stroke or 4 stroke engine me kya फरक है





Hello friend aj hum 2 stroke or 4 stroke engine ke main difference ke bare me janege. app image me dono engine dekh sakhte ha jo pehla engine ha vo four stroke engine ha and dusara vo two stroke engine ha. yaha pe hamne dono single cylinder engine liya ha.
2 stroke 4 stroke difference
aj hum dono engine me difference dekhege jaise power stroke, balance, torque, weight, engine output, temperature engine running hoga tab ka, cooling system, mileage, lubrication, Design, and friction. aj hum etne 2 stroke or 4 stroke engine ke point difference dekhege.

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

spark plug ko kaise clean karte ha

Spark plug ko kaise clean karte ha.





Spark plug clean ku karna padta ha. hum jab bike lete ha us bike ko jada din hone ke karan kabhi kabhi bike start nahi hoti ha to kabhi bandh pad jati ha. kuki spark plug per carbon chud jata ha. us carbon ko time pe clean karna padta ha nhi to bike bar bar bund hogi ya. start bhi nahi hogi. ya problem new bike me nhi hoti maximum ya 1 to 2 year old bike me hoti ha. is liya es article me hum janege spark pluge clean kaise karte ha. ho bhi gharme hi clean kar sakhte ha
spark plug before and after wash
spark plug clean karne ke liya hame thoda petrol, sin paper, gris, tooth brush, spark plug nikalne ke liya spanner 

Friday, 16 March 2018

FLUID MECHANICS & MACHINERY ki jankary gate ke liya

PROPERTIES OF FLUID

         Matter exists in three phase solid, liquid and gas. The phase of matter depends upon the inter-molecular attraction between two molecules. Solid is inter-molecular forces are very strong. Molecules very close to one another. Liquid is inter-molecular forces are weak. More space between the molecules. Gases is inter-molecular forces are very weak. More space between the molecules. Fluid is defined as substance which has capacity to flow. That deform continuously under the action of shear stress, no matter if it is small. NO definite shape of its own, but conforms to the shape of container. Fluid mechanic is branch of engineering science which is deals with the behaviors of the fluids at rest as well as in motion HYDRAULICS is topic in applied science and engineering dealing with the mechanical properties of liquids.

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER ke important kuch point

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

                 INTRODUCTION TO HEAT TRANSFER Transmission of energy from one area to the other as a result of the temperature gradient is known as heat transfer. APPLICATION  Internal combustion engine, Refrigeration and air conditioning, Design of cooling systems for electrical motors, generation and transformer, Heating and cooling of fluid, Heat treatment of metals, Dispersion of atmospheric pollutants. MODE OF HEAT TRANSFER is CONDUCTION, CONVECTION and RADIATION.

Friday, 9 March 2018

Made easy handwritten class notes gate free download basic thermodynamics 2018[ PDF ]

Basic thermodynamics 

                 
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Thermodynamics is the branch of science which deals with energy interaction and it's effect on system and surrounding Energy is can be understood as the ability to cause changes System System can be a fixed mass or a region in space where our study in focused Surroundings is a Every thing except the system is called surrounding. The part of the surrounding which is directly affected by the system is called immediate surrounding Boundary is a real or imaginary surface which separates the system from the surrounding Boundary can be fixed or movable.





TYPES of system Pressure (gases) Acceleration to kinetic theory of gases the molecules of the gases are in continuous random motion and due to there random motion they collide with one or other and the walls of the container due to this collision force is extorted and avg normal force per unit area is termed pressure.

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Properties of the system:-Any characteristics of the system is called property of the system Properties can be classified as 1) Intensive, 2) Extensive .Intensive (intrinsic) Independent of mass of the system under consideration eg. Pressure, temperature, density etc. All specific properties are intensive property eg. Sp.  Volume, sp. Enthalpy, sp.  Internal energy etc. Extensive (Extrinsic):-Depends on mass of system under consideration eg.  Volume, Internal energy, Enthalpy, entropy etc. State of the system and processes:-Any condition of the system is called as state of System State is specified by the properties of system If any one of the property changes, the state of the system changes.  The change in state of system is called process. the infinite state through which the system pass, while going the initial state to a final state is called process path.

The processes can be classified as : 1) Quasi-static 2) Non-Quasi-static A process is said to be a quasi-static process if it takes place infinitely slowly otherwise non quasi-static In quasi-static process the properties remain uniform throughout where as in non-quasi-static process the properties are non-uniform Friction-less quasi-static processes are reversible processes and also most efficient processes Reversible and Irreversible processes :- If  process is said to be a reversible processes If it can be reversed in direction following the same path as that of the forward process without leaving any change in the system and surrounding Note :- Ideal flow through a nozzle ,  diffuser etc. Will be considered as reversible.

Macroscopic approach in this approach the avg.  Molecular behavior is studied and individual behavior is disregarded. This approach is applied when the continue concept is solid Continuum is a   matter is treated as continuously distributed without in void present continuum can be considered if the mean free path is much smaller than the system dimension. Mean free path it is the avg.  Distance traveled by the molecules between two successive collisions. Microscopic approach this approach is applied when the matter become rare (Density is very less) hence the avg.  Property become meaningful in this approach we focus on individual molecules. It is used in space exploration. One of the methods is ratified gas flow theory.

Thermodynamics Equilibrium is the system is said to be said to be thermodynamics equilibrium if it satisfied the following equilibrium conditions. Thermal equilibrium Equality of temperature , mechanical  equilibrium Equality of forces, chemical equilibrium Chemical reaction potential should not be present , Phase equilibrium Mass of each phase remains constant with time .Pure substance :- A substance is said to be pure substance if it is of Homogeneous chemical composition throughout (P+ F = C + n ), P is a  No.  Of phase (solid, liquid, gas), C is a No.  Of chemical component, N is a No. Of non-composition variable. DOF degree of freedom DOF is the minimum no. Of independent intensive variables required to fix the state of the system. 

 Zeroth law of thermodynamics According to Zeroth law if a body ‘A’ is in thermal equilibrium with body ‘C’ and also body ‘B’ is in thermal equilibrium with body ‘c’ then body ‘A’ and body ‘B’ is in thermal equilibrium with each other In Zeroth law body ‘c’ acts as thermometer Zeroth law gives the concept of temperature measurement Hotness or coolness is the feeling associated with the rate of Heat transfer Temperature is a parameter which represents random energy per unit molecules. 

TYPES of thermometer Thermometers are based on finding thermometric property. Thermometric property is a property which helps in finding temperature for volume and length in mercury thermometer Temperature exactly show the physical condition of given fluid 1) Resistance Thermometer or Thermistor It is based on Wheatstone bridge principle and the Thermometric property is the resistance 2) Thermocouple It is based on see Beck effects acceleration to this effect of two metals are joint to form two different junction and they are maintain of different temperature then emf is generated which is directly properties to the temperature difference by measuring the emf the unknown temperature can be found Emf , voltage or current is the Thermometric property Peltier effects is opposite of see back effects and it is used for thermo- electric refrigeration 3) constant volume gas thermometer :- IV)  constant pressure gas thermometer Both cv and cp gas thermometer are called ideal gas thermometer because material of construction is ideal gas Ideal gas thermometer are independent of material of construction that is if the gas is an ideal gas it does not matter which gas it is.

It is more important subject as a gate point of view and also important in SSC JE exam near about 30 number of question asked in SSC JE exam. In gate exam number numerical basis question asked and also in je exam objective type question asked. in this subject contain thermodynamic law more numerical asked on this basis. Thermodynamics are used in the heat conversion area areas Mechanical Engineering Thermo-Science design engine and power strips, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, heat exchange, gas sink, radiator, refrigeration, insulation and others are used. i will provide important notes for gate and ssc je very soon.

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS ke bare me jankari

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

Elasticity = when an external force acts on a body, the body tends to undergo some deformation. If the external force is removed and the body returns to its original shape and size, then the body is known as elastic body. If the body comes in its original shape then it is called completely elastic body. Elastic limit marks the partial break down of elasticity beyond which removal of load result in a degree of permanent deformation. Steel, aluminum, and copper, concrete can be considered completely elastic within a certain range.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS lecture 1 ki jankari

ENGINEERING MECHANICS


               Mechanics this science is defined as a branch whose condition describes and predicts Body or body movement under powerful operation the engineering mechanism applies Principle for design, taking into consideration the principles of military effectiveness. Static Static’s are associated with the balance of the body. Hard body A strict body is defined as a certain amount of substance, the portion of which has been fixed The physical body is never completely related to each other, but it is quite rare Under the load's proceedings. If the deformation is negligible if compared to its size the body is called strict. Forced Persistent can be defined as any action that prompts someone to change the state of rest or movement. To whom it is applicable To define the full force, the required three numbers are called its S.


Thursday, 8 March 2018

JOB NOTIFICATION

JOB NOTIFICATION



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POWER PLANT ENGINEERING kya ha jankari exam point of view

POWER PLANT ENGINEERING


Gas Turbine It is a mechanical device converts one form of energy into useful form of energy. Type of engine:-1} I C engine:- In the case of  IC engine the product of combination itself is the working fluid and produces output Compression and expansion takes place at Same location 2}E C engine :- In the case the case of EC engine the product of combustion are transferred their heat to the another working fluid and which it used for providing some useful output. Advantage of gas Turbine over IC engine Simple mechanism ,High speeds can developed due to the rotary engine ,Easy balancing, Compact that is weight to power ratio is less Disadvantage :-1}The comp.  Which is used in gas Turbine handling the gaseous phase of working fluid which is not negligible in comparison to the Turbine work, therefore the net workout put reduce and it's efficiency work, therefore the net workout put reduce and it's efficiency is less as that IC engine.2) high speed reduction gear are required as the value of centrifugal force are high. 3) High heat resistant material are required for the gas Turbine because these are subjected to higher temperature continuously for a long period of time. (Creep failures changes) 

CASTING AND WELDING

 CASTING AND WELDING


Manufacturing process :-It is process of converting raw material into a finished product It is a process of value addition to the raw material Classification :-1) casting -- zero process ( casting ), 2) Forming - Additive process ( Rapid prototype ), 3) Fabrication process -- subtractive process, 4) material removal process -- subtractive process. Casting  :-It is process in which molten liquid metal will be allow to solidify in a pre defined mould cavity. ORE = RAW material of casting1) pattern 2) mounding sand  3) tools Mould box :-Two box, Three box Advantage 1) complex shape of object produce ,2) It is simple and leas expensive process ,3) Ductile and brittle material can be produced, 4) large size object can produce by casting only, Ex. Machine tool beds ,  engine blocks,  gear box housing ,  Road rollers. Limitations :- Poor surface finish due to liquid  metal is contact with grains of mounding sand Ra = 10.15 um Due to permeability of mounding bond (press different )  gas defects are more so casting is not used for domestic cylinder Bcs  of non - uniform condition. 1) casting objects are not having smooth surface finish 2) it is laborious and time consuming process 3) there is a possibility of gas defect in the casting 4) casting object are not having uniform mechanical properties due to non uniform cooling.

MATERIAL SCIENCE

MATERIAL SCIENCE 

Material science:-A study of relationship between structure and properties of engineering material Microstructure:-microstructure is defined as the internal structure details of a material, which can be observed at high magnification under a microscope  Microstructure include, 1) Grain and grain boundaries 2) phase and phase Boundary 3) grain orientation luster Microscope us observed at magnification more then or equal to 100x Metallic sample are opaque - metallurgical micro-structure atom Transparent sample :- pathological microstructure examine (blood  and urine sample )  To change microstructure :- manufacturing process Properties are depend of phase change :- microstructure change Macrostructure :-It is defined as the external geometrical characteristics of an object which can observed by naked eye or under the microscope at lower magnification of the order of less than 100x Only to achieved Macro structure improvement welding ,  forming ,  machine.

THEORY OF MACHINE

THEORY OF MACHINE

MECHANISM AND MACHINE Simple mechanisms:-Kinematics link or element:-Each part of the machine which is relative motion with to some other part will be known as Kinematics link or element. It is necessary for the link to be a resistant body.  So that it is capable of transmitting power and motion from one element to the other element. TYPES of link:-1) Rigid link: - Deformation are negligible (microscopic)  E.g. Cams,  connecting Rod,  piston,  cylinder. 2) Flexible link: - Deformation are not negligible, but are in permissible limits, E. g.  Belt, rope, chain drive. 3) Fluid link: - when the power is transmitted due to fluid power. E.g.  Hydraulic breaks lift.

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

Automotive mechanical by Joseph heithes (For subject point of view and object queation) I. C.Engine by v. Gnesan ( For problem point of view) I.C.Engine by Mathur and sharma Thermodynamics :-It is the field of science which deals with energy possessed by gases and vapors,  It's conversion in terms of heat and work and it's relationship between various properties of system. System:-Reference to any space,  A matter or a group of Metter within a definite Boundary whether real or imaginary is defined as a system. Surrounding:-Any matter that is outside the boundary and affect the behavior of system is defined as surrounding. Shown the gas inside the piston cylinder arrangement is a system both Boundary B1 and B2. Cylinder is system for the boundary B2 and surrounding for the boundary B1 P, V, T = Are the fundamental properties of gas. Properties:-Property of a system is that quantity which belongs to the system.  And without which the system cannot exist. Thus P, V, Railway are known as the fundamental properties of system. Heat and work are not a property of system. Note- Heat is not a property of gas because without heat gas is existing. If volume is constant then work is zero so work is not property of gas. 

HYDRAULIC MACHINERY

HYDRAULIC MACHINERY


Hydraulic machining Turbine: - hydraulic energy -- Mechanical engineering. Pump: - mechanical engineering - hydraulic energy. Impact of jet V1, V2 = Absolute velocity of water with respect to ground at entry and exist. F plate = final momentum of water - Initial momentum of water M= mass flow rate of water which strikes the body Case 1= strike the stationary plate in normal direction. Note: - when jet strikes the flat plate it will exert force only in normal direction to plate (no tangential force) Case 2= Jet strikes stationary inclined plate. Case 3 = Jet strike vertical hanging plate. Case 4 = Jet strikes at the Centre of stationary curve point (blade / vane) Case 5= Jet strikes at the tip of stationary vane Case 6 = Jet strike moving plate U1, u2 = velocity of plate / blade at entry and exist Vr1, Vr2 = velocity of jet with respect to blade / plate at entry and exist Case 7= Jet strikes on inclined plate Case 8 = Jet strikes at the tip of moving vane.