A book in Construction Management provides in-depth knowledge about the functions of construction including project analysis, estimation cost, and resources, safety, Labour efficiency as well as Information systems and sustainability management. Students learn research skills, innovative techniques, and the latest technologies during projects and industrial training at construction companies in the course duration. The book is designed in a way that students learn how to use decision making, analytics and operational skills at construction firms.
The book Applied chemistry helps the students to gain the basic knowledge of the subject. The author has always endeavored to keep the text updated in the best interest of the student community. The author hopes that this book will be extremely useful for students.
The Digital Electronics Basics series present the fundamental theories and concepts taught at entry level electronics courses at both 2 year and 4-year institutions. This series of content provides examples to professors to enable them to easily teach concepts to students, who can develop a solid underlying knowledge of digital electronics using NI solution. This series focuses on some of the basic theory as well as providing the NI Multisim circuits to enable practical implementation and experimentation as homework for students.
In this book, for the students of mechanical engineer’s diploma, thirteen chapters have been presented. We have the ability to understand and understand the new mechanics. We have incorporated these chapters to understand the cutting tool and stumble lathe machines, drilling machines, fabrication, leveling and drilling, marines, cutting fluids and drilling processes, introduction to measurements, linear and angular measurements, surface modification measurements, comparisons, light wave amplitudes, gears and chug margins, baffles and drones, machine tool measurements, etc.
The book Applied physics consists of thirteen chapters and is based on the syllabus prescribed by the board of technical education, Jodhpur for the first year[annual]. This book is also useful for the students of various branches of Engineering Diploma. The main objectives of this book are to present theory in a simplified way, to develop the reader’s understanding of circuits and to enable the reader to know the basic concepts of Applied Physics.
This book will help students to gain basic knowledge of computer fundamentals, information technology, and application and software. A gesture which the author hopes would be appreciated by the students and teachers alike. The author has always endeavored to keep the text updated in the best interest of the student community. The author hopes that this book will be extremely useful for students.
Theory of Machines” is designed mainly for students of mechanical engineering. The book covers the entire syllabus with a holistic approach. Contents such as the Kinematics of Motion, Velocity in Mechanisms, Dynamics of reciprocating parts, friction, the transmission of power, balancing, vibration, brakes, and dynamometer, gyroscope principle.
The book, English and Communication skills are to enable the diploma students to acquire proficiency both in written and oral language. The book consists of five chapters and it’s based on the syllabus prescribed by the Board of Technical Education, Rajasthan, Jodhpur for 1st-yearas students.
The book is composed of chapters covering D.C machines, transformer, induction motor, industrial drive, electrical heating, illumination, instrumentation and measurement, semiconductor and P-Junction diode, bipolar junction transistor, estimation in sheet metal, power electronics, relay contactors and timers, photoelectric devices.