Best Reference Books – Automotive Engine Components Design and Auxiliary Systems

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We have compiled a list of Best Reference Books on Automotive Engine Components Design and Auxiliary Systems Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

Here is the full list of best reference books on Automotive Engine Components Design and Auxiliary Systems.

We have put a lot of effort into researching the best books for reference on this subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains a review of these books and links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

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1. “Marine Auxiliary Machinery” by H D McGeorge

“Marine Auxiliary Machinery” Book Review: This book contains comprehensive coverage of the principles and fundamentals of the theory, design, and operation of different groups of auxiliary machinery. Each of the groups is discussed in three parts- marine fluid-pressure mechanisms, specialized auxiliary machinery, and shipboard systems. The content is explained with the help of pictures and diagrams. The readers get to know how to properly analyze new designs and master their operation. The first part of the book deals with reciprocating, rotary, centrifugal, propeller and jet pumps. The second part covers specialized auxiliary machinery. The last part contains detailed information on shipboard systems and the special systems of ice-breakers and tankers. The book will benefit students working on practical aspects of auxiliary machinery and engineers working in the subject.

2. “Development of New Diesel Engines and Components Design (Special Publications)” by Society of Automotive Engineers
3. “Applications of New Diesel Engine and Component Design (S P (Society of Automotive Engineers))” by Society of Automotive Engineers
4. “Design and Development of New Engines and Components (Global mobility database)” by Society of Automotive Engineers

“Design and Development of New Engines and Components (Global mobility database)” Book Review: This book presents research in topics like application of a diamond-like carbon coating for aluminum alloy piston/bore and classical engine design calculations using spreadsheets. It also contains detailed research analysis of development of an assembled camshaft by mechanical bonding. Every application and topic is explained with the help of examples and steps are described thoroughly in a step-by-step manner. The presence of photos and diagrams make the subject matter easily understandable and provides a practice-oriented learning approach to the readers. The book provides theoretical as well as practical learning experience to the readers. It can be used for many academic purposes like research by scholars or students and will also benefit trained engineers looking to increase their knowledge of the subject-matter.

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5. “Model Submarine Technology: Radio Control Systems, Auxiliary Functions, Diving Techniques, Attitude Control” by Norbert Bruggen and Lee Wisedale

“Model Submarine Technology: Radio Control Systems, Auxiliary Functions, Diving Techniques, Attitude Control” Book Review: This book contains an extensive knowledge about the engineering of submarines. From functionality to capabilities- everything is discussed in detail and explained in an easily comprehensible manner. The readers get a step-by-step understanding of essential aspects of building successful model submarines. The contents of the book range from basic hull construction, waterproof bulkheads and glands, radio requirements to more technical aspects like diving and surfacing using ballast tanks. For further knowledge of the subject, optional topics such as working periscope, camera, torpedoes and underwater grapples for submersible are also talked about in detail. The book is useful for those with engineering backgrounds like students and trained technicians and also for those who consider technology a hobby. Application based procedures help to give a practical approach rather than just theoretical knowledge.

6. “Transistor Circuits for Spacecraft Power System” by Keng C Wu
7. “ASE Test Preparation – Auxiliary Power Systems Install and Repair E3” by Delmar Cengage Learning

“ASE Test Preparation – Auxiliary Power Systems Install and Repair E3” Book Review: This book is a study guide explaining the repairing and installing of auxiliary power systems. It begins with a history of the ASE and goes on to discuss guidelines, techniques, and strategies for taking and passing the certification exams. After that, it includes an overview of the task list detailing the most recent procedures used to properly install, diagnose, service, and repair auxiliary power systems. The book follows a training methodology understanding of the subject. Every topic is discussed in-depth along with application based methods. ASE-style practice questions and answer rationales allow the readers to test their understanding so that they can apply the methods in the practical world.

8. “Marine Auxiliary Machinery and Systems” by Khetagurov

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“Marine Auxiliary Machinery and Systems” Book Review: This book contains comprehensive coverage of the principles and fundamentals of the theory, design, and operation of different groups of auxiliary machinery. Each of the groups is discussed in three parts- marine fluid-pressure mechanisms, specialized auxiliary machinery, and shipboard systems. The content is explained with the help of pictures and diagrams. The readers get to know how to properly analyze new designs and master their operation. The first part of the book deals with reciprocating, rotary, centrifugal, propeller and jet pumps. The second part covers specialized auxiliary machinery. The last part contains detailed information on shipboard systems and the special systems of ice-breakers and tankers. The book will benefit students working on practical aspects of auxiliary machinery and engineers working in the subject.

9. “Standard for Space Systems: Flywheel Rotor Assemblies (ANSI/AIAA S-096-2004) (AIAA Standards)” by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

“Standard for Space Systems: Flywheel Rotor Assemblies (ANSI/AIAA S-096-2004) (AIAA Standards)” Book Review: This book focuses on flywheel rotor assembly used in a spaceflight system. It provides the readers with requirements for the design, fabrication, test, inspection, storage, and transportation of the flywheel rotor assembly. The book covers a comprehensive understanding of how to use these requirements on a particular system. This is done with a view to let the readers know how to assure a high level of confidence in achieving safe and reliable operation. The book is useful for anyone interested to expand their knowledge in space engineering as well as for trained engineers.

10. “Priorities in Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion” by Committee on Priorities for Space Science Enabled

“Priorities in Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion” Book Review: This book provides a series of space science objectives and missions introduced by NASA. The contents focus on developing nuclear power and propulsion systems for solar system exploration. The activity of research and development initiated by NASA and then renamed as Project Prometheus is discussed in great detail. This comprehensive guide provides a series of space science objectives and missions in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics, solar system exploration, and solar and space physics. The book is useful for students of space engineering as well as researchers and engineers working in the field of space science. The reports included in the book are based on the surveys conducted by the National Research Council (NRC) and provide a practical understanding of the theory to the readers.

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People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Marine Auxiliary Machinery” by H D McGeorge, “Development of New Diesel Engines and Components Design (Special Publications)” by Society of Automotive Engineers, “Applications of New Diesel Engine and Component Design (S P (Society of Automotive Engineers))” by Society of Automotive Engineers, “Design and Development of New Engines and Components (Global mobility database)” by Society of Automotive Engineers, “Model Submarine Technology: Radio Control Systems, Auxiliary Functions, Diving Techniques, Attitude Control” by Norbert Bruggen and Lee Wisedale, “Transistor Circuits for Spacecraft Power System” by Keng C Wu, “ASE Test Preparation – Auxiliary Power Systems Install and Repair E3” by Delmar Cengage Learning, “Marine Auxiliary Machinery and Systems” by Khetagurov, “Standard for Space Systems: Flywheel Rotor Assemblies (ANSI/AIAA S-096-2004) (AIAA Standards)” by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, “Priorities in Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion” by Committee on Priorities for Space Science Enabled – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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