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What are the advantages of compound compression system with intercooler over single stage compression ?


What are the advantages of compound compression system with intercooler over single stage compression ? What are the advantages of compound compression system with intercooler over single stage compression ?
 
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Looking for a technical name for a mechanical system

Posted by Hass in Hass' Blog, 28 October 2014 · 26 views

Hello all.
I want to know what engineers call a mechanical system which is basically made of two parts;
 
1- a shaft with screw threads on it.
 
2- a hollow tube with screw threads on the inside wall matching threads on the shaft.
 
And when the shaft is turning the hollow tube moves to and fro.
 
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Solar Wind Turbine

Posted by veproject1 in veproject1's Blog, 13 October 2014 · 54 views

Solar Wind Turbine vs Solar Panel video



What is back stop action in hand brakes ?

Posted by Saurabh Jain in Mechanical Engineering Questions, 12 October 2014 · 254 views

What is back stop action in hand brakes ? What is back stop action in hand brakes ?
 
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All You need to know about Automobile Piston, it's Working & Design.

Posted by Nitesh Vasani in Automobile Basics, 05 October 2014 · 82 views

All You need to know about Automobile Piston, it's Working & Design. All about Automobile piston
 
The slugs of aluminum inside your engine live in a fiery hell. At full throttle and 6000 rpm, a piston in a gasoline engine is subjected to nearly 10 tons of force every 0.02 second as repeated explosions heat the metal to more than 600 degrees Fahrenheit. These days, that cylindrical Heads is hotter and more intense th...

Engine Speed Governors | Speed Control Governor | Speed Limiters

Posted by Saurabh Jain in saurabhjain's Blog, 23 September 2014 · 601 views

Engine Speed Governors | Speed Control Governor | Speed Limiters Speed Governor
The governor is a device which is used to controlling the speed of an engine based on the load requirements. Basic governors sense speed and sometimes load of a prime mover and adjust the energy source to maintain the desired level. So it’s simply mentioned as a device giving automatic control (either pressure or temperature) or l...

Finite Element Analysis | FEA | List Of FEA Software’s | List of Open Source Software’s | List Of Commercial Software’s

Posted by Saurabh Jain in Mechanical Engineering Softwares, 19 September 2014 · 609 views

Finite Element Analysis | FEA | List Of FEA Software’s | List of Open Source Software’s | List Of Commercial Software’s Finite Element Analysis | FEA | List Of FEA Software’s | List of Open Source Software’s | List Of Commercial Software’s
 
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a computer simulation technique used in engineering analysis. It uses a numerical technique called the finite element method (FEM). In this, the object or system is represented by...

Toyota develops high-efficiency ‘free piston’ no-crankshaft combustion engine… to power an EV

Posted by Saurabh Jain in Mechanical Engineering News, 13 September 2014 · 1,728 views

Toyota develops high-efficiency ‘free piston’ no-crankshaft combustion engine… to power an EV There is probably no better chronicler into the full depth of American ingenuity than YouTube. Here one finds not just computer models for all manner of esoteric combustion engine designs, but actual working prototypes of them, often built by individuals. Big companies can also innovate here sometimes. A new free piston engine linear generator (FPEG) from...

All You need to know about the Camshafts.

Posted by PhoenixFury in Automobile Basics Blog, 29 August 2014 · 170 views

All You need to know about the Camshafts. Essentially just a long stick of metal with some bumpy bits on it, the camshaft doesn’t seem that special. However, it’s partly responsible for how your Car runs and if you change it, how fast it can go.
The camshaft is responsible for making sure the air and exhaust gasses can move in and out of your engine’s  cylinders  at...

Admissions 2014-15 for all Diploma courses in Fire Engineering, Safety and Security Management

Posted by milindchimurkar in milindchimurkar's Blog, 25 August 2014 · 116 views

Indian Institute of Fire Engineering, Nagpur (Established in 1996 )is the First Govt. Recognised Institute in India for Advance Courses in Fire Safety Engineering, Security Management where students train themselves into excellent Fire Safety Engineers and Security.
IIFE is registered Under Government society Act 1860  (Regd. No. MAH-365/97)...

Internship.....

Posted by Murugan Mariappan_24492 in Murugan Mariappan_24492's Blog, 26 July 2014 · 99 views

I'm studying B.E. Mechanical Engineering final year. I would like to work in thermal and energy related companies. So pls help me to get that......

Job opening in Energy Modelling, Energy Auditing & Green building..

Posted by Saurabh Jain in Mechanical Engineering Jobs, 28 June 2014 · 1,717 views

Job opening in Energy Modelling, Energy Auditing & Green building.. Company Overview:
 
Kamal Cogent Energy Pvt. Ltd.   Provides comprehensive energy consulting, engineering and building commissioning solutions to institutional, commercial and industrial clients both domestically and abroad. The Company was formed as a joint venture between Cogent Energy Inc., USA and Kamal & Company Group, India. Both the p...

Can anyone help me to find out problems of biogas as automobile fuel.?

Posted by Jiten Kava in Jiten Kava, 27 June 2014 · 169 views

Today we are facing problem of fuels in automobile.
Biogas is available at anywhere and its feasible, it's energy content is about 9.67kWh for 1 nm3 with 97 % methane content, as compared to petrol 9.06 kWh and diesel 9.8 kWh per litre 1nm3 biogas equals to 1.1 litre petrol.
 
Can we use it in CNG or engine ??
If not what are the problems with biog...

catia 3d model & tutorials

Posted by Sugu Maran in Sugu Maran's Blog, 27 June 2014 · 95 views

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Get facebook notification of Mechanical Engineering Forum's page

Posted by Saurabh Jain in Welcome at Mechanical-engineering.in, 28 May 2014 · 285 views

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Contact and Convergence with Abaqus/Standard

Posted by Arthi Rajagopal in Arthi Rajagopal's Blog, 27 May 2014 · 339 views

Understanding the interaction between bodies is essential for solving many engineering problems. Manufacturing processes, gears, bearings, seals and dynamic impact events all involve contact. Engineers at Abaqus have developed many techniques and guidelines for solving challenging contact problems.  Obtaining converged solutions for highly nonlinea...

assembly of screw jack lifting system with four worm gear screw jacks, three bevel gear boxes


assembly of screw jack lifting system with four worm gear screw jacks, three bevel gear boxes assembly of screw jack lifting system with four worm gear screw jacks, three bevel gear boxes: 
Direction of rotation: Before starting installation work, the direction of rotation of all worm gear screw jacks, right angle bevel gear boxes and the drive motor must be checked with regard to the feed direction of each individual worm gear screw jack.
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Critical Force for SNAP THROUGH in Buckled Beams

Posted by Deb Kumar Mondal in Deb Kumar Mondal's Blog, 03 April 2014 · 534 views

How to simulate the oil canning in beams and find the critical force for snap through in ANSYS Workbench?

E(E): The Enterprise Completo

Posted by elopategui in E(E) Engineering [Engineering], 13 December 2013 · 211 views

E(E): The Enterprise Completo In the past few weeks as I wandered Chile’s ruggedly stunning Patagonian wilderness, traversed seemingly infinite salt flats and explored vast alpine plateaus of the Atacama desert, I admittedly wasn’t thinking much about engineering or enterprise software.  Well, except for my brief and distant glimpse of the Atacama Large Millimeter A...

Examples of applying the KISS principle

Posted by Brian Edwards in KISS - Keep It Simple Stupid, 10 December 2013 · 594 views

Examples of applying the KISS principle I am researching the use of the KISS principle.  I have attached a humourous example to this post, but am interested in any examples you may have.  You can post here or on my site at http://www.brianedwardsuk.co.uk
 
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What do you understand by wobble and lift in a wheel ?

Posted by Arpit.v in Questioning Engineers, 23 November 2013 · 435 views

Give answer according to your skills. Please don't copy from other sources available on net.



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