Automobile Engineering

Automobile Engineering

Authors : Er. A.K. Babu & Er. Ajit Pal Singh

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About the Author

Er. A.K. Babu :- "Er. A.K.Babu, completed his M.E. degree in Automobile Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology (MIT), Anna University. He has more than 15 years of experience in teaching, research and industry. He has served in other countries like Malaysia, Ethiopia and Eritrea for more than 5 years. He is actively engaged in research on alternative fuels for Internal Combustion Engines at VIT University, where he is currently serving as an Assistant Professor (Selection Grade) in the School of Mechanical and Building Sciences. E-mail: [email protected] "

Er. Ajit Pal Singh :- Er. Ajit Pal Singh is currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Production Engineering at the Defence University, Ethiopia. He obtained his M.E. degree in Industrial Engineering from IIT, Delhi in 2001. He has more than 10 years of experience in teaching and research out of which 7 years in foreign universities. He is a life member of The Indian Society for Technical Education, Indian Institution of Production Engineers, Operational Research Society of India, Tribology Society of India, Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management, Materials Research Society of India, and Indian Institution of Industrial Engineers.
 

About the Book

This book is designed for students undertaking a subjects 'Automobile Engineering'  in Mechanical Engineering Degree as per the latest revised syllabus of all Indian Universities.

 

Table of Content

1. Introduction 2. Vehicle Structure 3. Engine 4. Fuel System 5. Lubrication System 6. Cooling System 7. Electrical System 8. Clutch 9. Gearbox 10. Propeller Shaft Assembly 11. Front Axle & Steering 12. Wheel Alignment 13. Suspension System 14. Brake System 15. Wheels And Tyres 16. Emission And Control 17. Alternate Fuels 18. Safety