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    Dipankar Chatterjee, Subhajit Datta,

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Mechanical Sciences – II

by: Dipankar Chatterjee, Subhajit Datta,
ISBN: 9788183713061

Table of Contents

 Part – I    Thermodynamics
  • Some introductory concepts and definitions
  • Heat and work transfer
  • First law of thermodynamics
  • Second law of thermodynamics
  • Properties of pure substances
  • Properties of gases
  • Thermodynamic cycles
Part – II    Fluid Mechanics
  • Properties and classification of fluid
  • Fluid statics
  • Kinematics of fluid
  • Dynamics of fluid flow

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Dr. Dipankar Chatterjee is currently engaged with high end research at LPMI, Arts et Metiers Paris Tech, France. He was formerly associated with Indian School of Mines University (Dhanbad - 826004), Haldia Institute of Technology (Haldia - 721657), Future Institute of Engineering & Management (Kolkata - 700150) and BP Poddar Institute of Management & Technology (Kolkata - 700052) as faculty member in the Mechanical Engineering Department. He has received his BE (Mech.) and ME (Mech.) degrees from Jadavpur University (Kolkata - 700032) and Ph.D from IIT, Kharagpur. He has around seven years of Industrial, Research and Teaching experience. He has published 25 research papers of which 12 are in reputed International Journals.

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Mr. Subhajit Datta is currently engaged with B.C Roy Engineering College as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He was formerly associated with BP Poddar Institute of Management & Technology (Kolkata - 700052) as faculty member. He has received his BE (Power Engineering) and ME (Mechanical Fluid and Hydraulics) degrees from Jadavpur University (Kolkata - 700032). He has around five years of experience in teaching at the B.Tech level and published research papers in prestigious national conferences.

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