Automobile Design is meant for B. Tech Automobile, Mechanical, AMIE, UPSC and other competitive
examinations. The syllabus of various universities of courses has been covered. To illustrate the
application of the theoretical concepts, a variety of solved examples is presented in the end of each
chapter which is followed by some problems for practice. The design of the IC engine has been
covered separately for gasoline (petrol) and diesel engines as both the engines have some specific
requirements which have been elaborated in detail. The book includes of two parts, Part I deals with
the design of mechanical components of automobile which is covered in 21 chapters and Part II
consists of 5 chapters which deal with the design of electrical components of automobile to the extent
required for automobile and mechanical engineering students.
● Covers two-semester course materials for UG in automobile engineering and
Section B of AMIE (India), and mechanical engineering.
● Presents the theoretical aspects in detail substantiated with illustrated work examples.
● Helps the beginners to build up the concepts and amplify understanding of the concepts.
● Theoretical aspects with sketches, theoretical derivations and fundamentals
R.N. Bahl has served as a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in Manav Rachna
International University, Faridabad, Haryana. He is a Chartered Engineer with 23 years plus teaching
experience at national and international levels to UG and PG students. He has developed several
teaching aids and learning materials for students, and has guided several credential projects. He has
guided a prestigious project for BAJA 2009 which got first position in Technology Innovation held in
Indore. Prior to joining teaching, he has served for more than 26 years in the Corps of Electronics and
Mechanical Engineers (Army) which includes six years of teaching junior and senior officers and eight
years in industry. While in army, he was involved with the repairs and overhaul of automobiles and
tanks. During his stint in the army, he has done two advance level courses which are equivalent to
post-graduation in Mechanical and Automobile Engineering.