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is a graduate engineer and have  experience working in mechanical engineering field. Apart from maintaining this blog, he also help(paid) people  solving their engineering design related problems.

He holds a diploma in CAD/CAM/CAE and perusing master in computer applications . He worked extensively in earth moving equipment ,heavy machinery and construction  industry.

He started writing for different websites from 2008 and regularly contributing for engineering and technology domains.

Off let, he has developed a bad habit of poking into coding and trying to perfect himself in android and web development technologies. His android app for compression spring design is getting quite a response in the Amazon market place.  He is now keeping himself  busy developing a Joomla template suitable for email based study help providers.

13 Replies to “About”

  1. I was surprised to learn the same about your blog—  I loved it. I am a big fan of your blog. i am so excited by read of your blog’s content. really great post. Thanks for sharing.
     

  2. I am designing a heat exchange for a solar water heating system, where i have to use the energy received by the collector and covert it into hot water, however i am struggling to form calculations that can help me do this. I need inlet temperature from the solar concentrator, inlet of cold water, outlet of the energy being lost by once the heat energy has entered the heat exchanger and a final outlet temperature of the hot water. How can i calculate this?

  3. I am designing a heat exchange for a solar water heating system, where i have to use the energy received by the collector and covert it into hot water, however i am struggling to form calculations that can help me do this. I need inlet temperature from the solar concentrator, inlet of cold water, outlet of the energy being lost by once the heat energy has entered the heat exchanger and a final outlet temperature of the hot water. How can i calculate this?

  4. Hi Shibashis, I am designing Combined loading cylindrical pressure vessel. what method would you recommend to calculate the bottom thickness of the vessel head. Thanks

  5. Hi,

    can you please repair the broken link part 7 for thin wall pressure vessel design?

    i really appreciate your help on this matter.

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