# Archive for January, 2016

## How does Plate and Frame Heat Exchanger Work

Different innovative heat exchangers are designed according to application. Various types of hardware arrangements and configurations are needed for the heat transfer equipment. Equipment are needed to be designed to match the hardware with the requirements. The double heat exchanger is the one which uses two concentric pipes of different diameter. It is the most […]

January 31, 2016 |

## Core Mechanical Engineering Subjects for Undergrad Students

Mechanical Engineering is one of the largest and oldest discipline of study. Generally Mechanical engineering deals with the energy and its transformation along with its utilization. It also emphasizes on designing and manufacturing different machines and machine parts. A perfect mechanical engineering undergraduate and post graduate program with the core mechanical engineering subjects can provide […]

January 31, 2016 |

## Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions part -04

Welcome to the fourth part of the Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions . In this chapter we will be discussing Viva or Interview Questions from the chapter Refrigeration and Air-conditioning. For further information about mechanical engineering questions please follow the links – Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions part -1 Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions part -2 Mechanical Engineering […]

January 26, 2016 |

## Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Interview Questions with Answers-1

This is the fourth part of Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions. This fourth part is totally dedicated to viva questions from the chapter Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning. You can have a look at the previous 3 parts here – Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Solved Problems 1  Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions part 1 (With Answers) Mechanical Engineering Interview […]

January 20, 2016 |

## A Complete Guide to Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications

In this section, we introduced the physical properties of fluids, the distinction between laminar and turbulent flows, and the forces that are known as buoyancy, drag, and lift. Mechanical engineers categorize substances as being either solids or fluids, and the distinction between the two centers around how they respond to a shear stress. You’ll find details […]

January 18, 2016 |

## Aerodynamics in Sports

When a ball is hit, thrown, or kicked in sports, the ball’s trajectory can rapidly change direction.In baseball, this phenomenon is the strategy behind curve ball pitches; in golf, it is responsible for slicing or hooking a ball driven off a tee; and in soccer, the ball can be “bent” during a free kick to […]

January 18, 2016 |

## Lift Force – Aerodynamics Fundamentals

LIFT FORCE Similar to drag, the lift force is also produced by the relative motion between a solid object and a fluid. While the drag force acts in parallel to the direction of the fluid’s flow, the lift force acts in perpendicular to it. For instance, in the context of the airplane shown in Figure […]

January 17, 2016 |