Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals by John B Heywood

Title: Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals

Author: John B Heywood

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Why this book?

Internal combustion engine is one of core subjects of mechanical engineering and generally assigned to the students of thermal engineering.

What makes this subject special? Invented by Nikolaus Otto in 1879, internal combustion engines are still most widely used engines in the world. These types of engines are highly versatile in nature and find application almost types of small and heavy work.

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 Internal combustion engine fundamentals by John B Heywood is a perfect book for beginners to get started in IC engines and its broad world.

The book covers basic fundamentals and as well as some interesting lessons for intermediate level students too. With numerous examples questions and practical life examples, this book is perfect for undergraduate mechanical engineering students.

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