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Common Mechanical Engineering Terms

Ball and Detent A simple mechanical arrangement used to hold a moving part in a temporarily fixed position relative to another part. The ball slides within a bored cylinder, against the pressure of a spring, which pushes the ball against the detent, a hole of smaller...

How to select right Turbocharger Size for your car

Turbocharger Size Turbo selection isn't what it used to be. Once upon a time, self-proclaimed engineers were content to build an engine that produced massive power at high rpm, but drove like a dog at anything but. However, once hot-rodders figured out that anybody...

Differences Between Rotary & Reciprocating Compressors

Rotary and reciprocating compressors are both components of gas transfer systems. They both have the same purpose--to bring a gas into the system, inhale exhaust, then repeat the process. They both do this by changing the pressure at certain points in order to force...

Some Everyday Examples of the First & Second Laws of Thermodynamics

The laws of thermodynamics dictate energy behavior, for example, how and why heat, which is a form of energy, transfers between different objects. The first law of thermodynamics is the law of conservation of energy and matter. In essence, energy can neither be...

Basic terms for Mechanical Engineering

Basic terms for Mechanical Engineering List of basic terms for Mechanical Engineering 1. Torque or Turning Force 2. Couple 3. Moment 4. Stress 5. Strain 6. Spring 7. Specific Weight 8. Specific Volume 9. Specific Gravity 10. Specific Heat 11. Viscosity 12. Buoyancy...

Introduction to Robotics

Introduction to Robotics Robotics is a relatively young field of modern technology that crosses traditional engineering boundaries. Understanding the complexity of robots and their applications requires knowledge of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering,...

Alternator vs Generator

Alternator vs Generator Alternators and generators are two devices which generate electricity. An alternator can be called a type of generator. Although both these devices serve the same function, they are quite different in every other aspect. An alternator is a...


The usual need to look up values from various tables and charts makes the conventional hand calculation quite laborious, time consuming and prone to errors and inaccuracies because of the tendency to simplify truncate or interpolate tabulated values. Listed below are...

Finite Element Analysis FEA Terms and Definitions (A to Z) Part-6 (Final) (A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis   T TEMPERATURE CONTOUR PLOTS A plot showing contour lines connecting points of equal temperature. TETRAHEDRON TETRAHEDRAL ELEMENT A three...

Finite Element Analysis FEA Terms and Definitions (A to Z) Part-5 (A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis   O OPTIMAL SAMPLING POINTS The minimum number of Gauss points required to integrate an element matrix. Also the Gauss points at which the...

Revit MEP- State of the Art BIM Software

Introduction Autodesk Revit MEP is a building information modeling (BIM) software created by Autodesk for professionals who engage in MEP engineering. MEP stands for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, which are the three engineering disciplines that Revit MEP...

Formula 1 Cars Evolution, Design and Components

Fundamentally, Formula One cars are no different than the Chevy parked out in your garage. They use internal combustion engines and have transmissions, suspensions, wheels...

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