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Theory of machines notes diploma engineering students
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Theory of machines notes are prepared to meet the requirements of diploma students. The semester pattern makes it difficult to read the reference books. So students have to prepare in very short time. Notes are prepared in question and answer format. So that students get exact material for prepreation. It saves lot of time in searching various books and answer sheets. Theory of machines notes for diploma engineering students contains the illustrated diagrams and sketches which makes the understanding of the subject matter easy.
Theory of machines notes for diploma engineering students have following features
- Simple question and answer format.
- Answers written in most easy english language.
- Exact answers of the asked questions, without unnecessary description.
- Covers all points in syllabus. Also questions asked in recent exams.
- Simple and easy to remember formulas for the numerical problems.
- Numerical problems arranged from simpler to toughter for getting confidence in solving.
- Theory of machines notes-diploma engineering contain easy to reproduce diagrams.
- Details of each mechanism as links,pairs, construction, working and applications are given in details
Theory of machines notes diploma engineering students are prepared with a clear view of helpint the students of diploma engineering. Huge number of students take the route of lateral entry to the degree engineering via diploma. This route avoids the pressure of 12 th and the enterance exams thereafter. For mechanical and automobile engineering students, Machine design is a core subject. Learing the basics of machine design is very important for the students. Especially those students who wish to go in the field of design. WIthout knowing the basics of design one cannot sustain in the field of Theory of machines.