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Basic Automobile Engineering
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About The Book
The book ‘‘Basic Automobile Engineering’’ is prepare to meet the requirements of Diploma students. It covers the syllabuses prescribed by various State Boards of Technical Education, such as UP, Bihar, MP, Haryana, Punjab, HP , Delhi, Goa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telagana, Odissa, West Bengal etc. As a text book , it aims to provide the beginners in the Automobile field a thorough Knowledge of construction and operation of the modern Automobiles. It also aims to train the readers and to give the up-to-date methods of maintenance, repair and adjustment of auto components. It is also helpful to those who are already engaged in automobile industries by upgrading their skills. It is a hand book of auto information for those who wish to understand , maintain and repair their own vehicles. The chapters in the book contains the subject matter within the scope of the syllabus. practicals are also given at the end of the book ; and examination question papers are helpful to the students to prepare the subject accordingly. Every care has been taken to make the subject matters clear in simple language with diagrams. Actual photographs are also given , wherever required , to visualize the auto components.

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Table of Contents

1.Introduction
2.Engine operations
3.Battery
4.Generator
5.Starting Motor
6.Ignition
7.Lighting and Wiring
8.Clutch
9.Transmission
10.Overdrive and fluid Drive
11.Propeller Shaft and Final Drive
12.Differential and Rear Axle
13.Wheels and Tyres
14.Steering and Front Axle
15.Suspension
16.Frame and Body
17.Brakes
18.Emission standard and Pollution Control
A.Appendix A : Practicals
B.Appendix B : Previous Year Papers

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SKU ME124
Author Prof. R.B. Gupta
Edition 2016
ISBN NO. 81-7684-998-7
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 206
Size 7 × 9.5 inch
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