Fundamentals of Power Plant Engineering: Performance and Operation
by Khan, Mohammad Nadeem
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Power plant engineering or power station engineering is a division of power engineering, and is defined as "Large amount of power is generated using prime movers in a site or layout called power plants". The field is focused on the generation of power for industries and communities. The engineering aspect of power plant management has evolved with technology and has become progressively more complicated. The authors have been encouraged to write this book for the benefit of students of engineering and researchers due to their contribution in power generation covering the syllabi at the international level. This book has been covered fundamental and depth concepts of different types of power plant like Thermal power plant, Gas Turbine power plant, Nuclear power plant, Hydro Electric power plant etc. with more than hundred solved and unsolved problems to understand the concept. In the end the authors will feel obliged for critical and useful suggestions since this book covers the syllabi in the most useful area of Mechanical Engineering and is applicable for all branches of Engineering & technology for all major Universities, as well as at National & international level.
Khan, Mohammad Nadeem
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Dr Mohammad Nadeem Khan is Assistant Professor (contract) in the school of studies in Biotechnology, at the Bastar University Jagdalpur (C.G) and Associated editor MAT,MEDWIN Publications. He has done research in the Molecular biology, Bioinformatics and Pharmaceutical Biotechnological recent advances. He has also presented papers at conferences.
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28 December 2018
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