Study the Right Mechanical Engineering Books for Success

Posted by arun on March 5th, 2015

Most youngsters in India prefer to study engineering, not only for its scope of development, but also for the assured chances of getting a good job placement after study. After having studied textbooks for 12 long years in school, it may be difficult for many students to adapt to the college culture and environment where there are no prescribed textbooks or guides to prepare for the semester examination. Students have to take the advice of the teachers regarding what mechanical engineering books to read or ask their seniors where they will get free engineering books. For those who have just entered collegiate education, and are looking for pointers on purchasing the right book, here are a few suggestions for you:

Introduction To Mechanical Engineering: This paperback published by Prentice Hall- Gale gives you a precise introduction to the subject. It is written by Larsen.

Modern Mechanical Engineering: Research, Development and Education: Written by J. Paulo Davim, this book for mechanical engineering is a must-read for serious engineers.

The CRC Handbook Of Mechanical Engineering: Published by CRC press, this engineering book is written by Kreith Frank. It comes as a hardcover, and will hold up to frequent page turnings.

Modeling In Mechanical Engineering And Mechatronics: Written by Nikolay Avgoustinov and published by Springer, this hardcover gives you an insight to mechatronics as well as mechanical engineering.

Basics of Mechanical Engineering: This basic book is written by Agarwal & Agarwal, and published by S.N Book House, Delhi.

Basic Mechanical Engineering by D.K. Chavan and G.K. Pathak: This book is written specially for the first year students and covers concepts such as thermodynamics, manufacturing process and design consideration.

Thermal Engineering. By D.K. Chavan and G.K. Pathak: Another book from the same set of authors, it is one of the mechanical engineering books suggested for the first year students. It covers the fundamental concepts such as metal cutting/joining process, IC engines, compressors, thermodynamics and other basics.

If you don’t have a huge budget, but still want to get the best books, you can find many free engineering books downloads online. These downloads offer a cost-effective solution for students. The downloads can be printed and bound for use, or students can read them off their systems itself. Get the best mechanical engineering books to succeed in your course.

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