Thursday, January 13, 2011

BOOKS FOR 5th SEM

 BOOK LIST FOR 5TH SEM MECHANICAL ENGG COURSE (VTU)

Subject
Books to score
Books to learn
1)Management and enterpreneurship
1)Phaneesh.
2) krishna rao and naidu.
1)Tripati.
2) krishna rao and naidu.
2)Design of machine elements-1
1)JBK das
2)hand book-lingaih vol 1
1)JBK das
2)hand book-lingaih vol 1
3)Dynamics of machines
1)JBK das
1)kurmi
4)Energy engineering
1)RK hegde and niranjan murhty
1)Domkundwar
5)Turbo machines
1)Govinde gowda
1)RK bansal
6)Engineering economics
1)Phaneesh
1)Riggs

NOTE:
      1)Management and enterpreneurship is quite a boring subject but you can score well once you mug up.

2)DME-1 is one of monsters subject and you must be aware of it all the time.No matter how much the faculty insist you to use other HANDBOOKS such as Balaveera reddy, please don’t bother reading it, just hang on to LINGAIH.

3)DOM is fun subject and scoring also, the thing is you need to be good with drawings.

4)EE is also one of the subjects with several figs but at the same time it is bit easy.

5)TM is one heck of a subject and full of probs and derivations. So don’t loose the touch of it.

6)Engg economic  is the easiest  subject in this sem. If you study this well enough, you will be knowing in which bank to invest your bucks:)

                                                                               CONTRIBUTED BY
                                                                                     MANOJ .K. B
                                                                                     BHARGAV .S .P

5 comments:

  1. how about using two handbooks for dme

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  2. Look there are too many restrictions on number of printed books you can use in exam hall for the fact that it can be misused easily. I would suggest just hang on for any one book and make sure it is allowed in your college during exams.. we once faced problem of not allowing the HB in which we were thorough.

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  3. should we refer text books mentioned behind the syllabus copy?

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  4. The "Books to learn" column is seriously flawed.
    For DME, I'd say Mechanical Engineering Design by Shigley - it's a classic on the subject
    For DOM, don't refer Khurmi, refer Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan
    There is no single book (meaning you'll have to refer different books for different topics) for Turbomachines but please don't refer Bansal if you want to learn something. I doubt it's any good.

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    1. FOR DME-1 YOU ARE GOING TO USE DDHB (VOL-1)
      FOR DME-2 DDHB (VOL-1 & 2) BY LINGAIAH

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