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    Theory of machine is a mechanical engineering app which covers important topics, notes, materials, news & blogs on the course. Download the App as a reference material & digital book for Mechanical engineering programs & degree courses.

    This useful App lists 161 topics with detailed notes, diagrams, equations, formulas & course material, the topics are listed in 5 chapters. The app is must have for all the engineering science students & professionals. The app will help you same as a theory of machine book helps.

    The app provides quick revision and reference to the important topics like a detailed flash card notes, it makes it easy & useful for the student or a professional to cover the course syllabus quickly before an exams or interview for jobs. The app will guide you about dynamics of machinery and other functions of machines.

    Track your learning, set reminders, edit the study material, add favorite topics, share the topics on social media.

    Blog about engineering technology, innovation, engineering startups, college research work, Informative links on course materials & education programs from your Smartphone or tablet or at http://www.engineeringapps.net/.

    Use this useful free engineering app as your tutorial, digital book, Lecture notes of nptel on theory of machine, a reference guide for syllabus, course material, project work, sharing your views on the blog.

    Some of the topics Covered in the app are:

    1. TOM DEFINITION
    2. FUNDAMENTAL UNITS
    3. INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS (S.I. UNITS)
    4. PRESENTATION OF UNITS AND THEIR VALUES
    5. RULES FOR S.I. UNITS
    6. FORCE
    7. SCALARS AND VECTORS
    8. KINEMATICS OF MOTION
    9. LINEAR DISPLACEMENT
    10. EQUATIONS OF LINEAR MOTION
    11. GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF DISPLACEMENT WITH RESPECT TO TIME
    12. GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF VELOCITY WITH RESPECT TO TIME
    13. GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF ACCELERATION WITH RESPECT TO TIME
    14. KINEMATIC MOTION (NUMERICAL)
    15. ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT
    16. RELATION BETWEEN LINEAR MOTION AND ANGULAR MOTION
    17. ACCELERATION OF A PARTICLE ALONG A CIRCULAR PATH
    18. NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION
    19. MASS AND WEIGHT
    20. FORCE UNIT
    21. COUPLE
    22. MASS MOMENT OF INERTIA
    23. ANGULAR MOMENTUM OR MOMENT OF MOMENTUM
    24. WORK
    25. ENERGY
    26. PRINCIPLE OF CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
    27. IMPULSE AND IMPULSIVE FORCE
    28. ENERGY LOST BY FRICTION CLUTCH DURING ENGAGEMENT
    29. TORQUE REQUIRED ACCELERATING A GEARED SYSTEM
    30. COLLISION OF TWO BODIES
    31. COLLISION OF ELASTIC BODIES
    32. LOSS OF KINETIC ENERGY DURING ELASTIC IMPACT
    33. SIMPLE MECHANISM
    34. TYPES OF LINKS
    35. STRUCTURE
    36. TYPES OF CONSTRAINED MOTIONS
    37. CLASSIFICATION OF KINEMATIC PAIRS
    38. KINEMATIC CHAIN
    39. TYPES OF JOINTS IN A CHAIN
    40. MECHANISM
    41. NUMBER OF DEGREES OF FREEDOM FOR PLANE MECHANISMS
    42. APPLICATION OF KUTZBACH CRITERION TO PLANE MECHANISMS
    43. GRUBLER’S CRITERION FOR PLANE MECHANISMS
    44. TYPES OF KINEMATIC CHAINS
    45. INVERSIONS OF FOUR BAR CHAIN
    46. SINGLE SLIDER CRANK CHAIN
    47. INVERSIONS OF SINGLE SLIDER CRANK CHAIN
    48. WHITWORTH QUICK RETURN MOTION MECHANISM
    49. CRANK AND SLOTTED LEVER QUICK RETURN MOTION MECHANISM
    50. DOUBLE SLIDER CRANK CHAIN
    51. OLDHAM’S COUPLING
    52. SPACE AND BODY CENTRODES
    53. METHODS FOR DETERMINING THE VELOCITY OF A POINT ON A LINK
    54. PROPERTIES OF THE INSTANTANEOUS CENTRE
    55. METHOD OF LOCATING INSTANTANEOUS CENTRES IN A MECHANISM
    56. ARONHOLD KENNEDY THEOREM
    57. LOCATION OF INSTANTANEOUS CENTRES
    58. TYPES OF INSTANTANEOUS CENTRES
    59. VELOCITY IN MECHANISMS
    60. MOTION OF A LINK
    61. VELOCITIES IN SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM
    62. FORCES ACTING IN A MECHANISM
    63. ACCELERATION OF A POINT ON A LINK
    64. ACCELERATION IN MECHANISM
    65. ACCELERATION IN THE SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM
    66. PANTOGRAPH
    67. DYNAMICS AND CONTROL

    Each topic is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations for better learning and quick understanding.

    Theory of Machines is part of Mechanical engineering education courses and technology degree programs of various universities.

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