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    Ramalingam K K


Two Wheelers and Three Wheelers

by: Ramalingam K K
ISBN: 9789385983306

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Vehicle Types and Identification Data
  • Vehicle Components
  • Power Plant
  • Engine Components and Operation
  • Combustion in SI Engine
  • Fuel Supply System
  • Ignition System
  • Air Filter
  • Lubrication
  • Engine Cooling
  • Exhaust System
  • Reduction in Power Output
  • Running in
  • Engine Trouble Shooting
  • Engine Performance
  • Air Pollution
  • Clutch
  • Gear Transmission
  • Drive Chain and Sprockets
  • Swing Arm
  • Wheels
  • Tyres
  • Frame and Dampers
  • Removing and Fitting Rear Wheel
  • Front Suspension and Steering Unit
  • Removing and Fitting Front Wheel
  • Brake Systems
  • Battery
  • Instruments, Indicators and Controls
  • Vehicle Accessories
  • Starting, Riding, Fuel Saving and Maintaining the Vehicle
  • Trends and Developments in Two Wheelers
  • Three Wheelers – features
  • Fuels for Two and Three Wheeler Engines

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Meet the Author

Dr. K.K. Ramalingam graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Annamalai University, obtained Master degree in I.C engines from University of Madras and Doctorate from Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai. His field of specialization is Internal Combustion Engines. He started his teaching career as Technical Teacher Trainee and retired as Professor and Head of the Department of Automobile Engineering, Madras Institute of Technology, Anna University, Chennai. He had about thirty-five years of experience in teaching graduate and postgraduate classes and guided research projects in IC Engines. He has published about thirty-five papers. He had shop-floor training in Automobile Industries like Ashok Leyland, India Pistons, Enfield India, Simpson & Co., and Standard Motor Products and floor experience in a thermal power station. He has also published a book titled Handbook of Mechanical Engineering Terms.

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