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Ashwini 15 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What are Bogues compounds?

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Debraj replied | 16 Mar

The calculations are based on a system developed by R.H. Bogue. Therefore, the calculated composition is often referred to as the "Bogue Compounds." Of the four Bogue compounds, tricalcium silicate (C3S) in cement chemist notation) is typically the most abundant.

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Harsha replied | 05 Jun

Cement has its unique importance in construction industry. Since cement is not a ready made material it constitute of some chemical elements. For a successful cement material the composition of the chemical elements are such that they will produce a successful cement. Some of the compounds are Calcium, aluminum, silicate, magnesium and some more. Pls. Refer m s shetty text book for more details.

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Ankit 15 Mar in  BTech Tuition, BTech Civil Engineering(BTech Tuition)

In force method of analysis how to use virtual work principle?

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Sumimolss 14 Mar in  BTech Tuition

Is there any similarity between IIT and NIT BTech syllabus?

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Chhavi replied | 23 Apr

Hi Sumimolss,
There is a standard for a particular stream for under graduation and it has to be followed in all over idea. So everywhere syllabus will b approximately similar either it is IIT or NIT or any other university, u will find similarities.

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Preeti replied | 23 Apr

Syllabus is almost same except few topics which is deliberately added. Variations occurs at assignments, exam questions and IQ level.

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Abhishek 14 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What are the different types of single phase induction motor?

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Sunny replied | 29 Apr

There are 4 types of Induction motor :
1- split phase IM.
2- Capacitor start IM.
3- Capacitor start capacitor run IM.
4- Shaded Pole IM

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G Goutham replied | 30 May

Resistance split phase,capacitor start,capacitor start capacitor run and shaded pole

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Akshay 14 Mar in  BTech Tuition

Can you please derive the expression for the RMS value of a sinusoidal voltage?

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Manas replied | 30 Mar

The word RMS means root mean square, so Vrms is square root of mean of square of voltages.
I think it's self explanatory, doesn't requires any proof.

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G Goutham replied | 08 Jun

Root mean square of voltage

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Anish 14 Mar in  BTech Tuition

Compare Petrol and Diesel engines?

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Nithyananda replied | 14 Apr

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The diesel engine work on diesel cycle.

The petrol engine works on Otto engine.



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In this engine Diesel is used as fuel which is a non-volatile fuel.

In this engine petrol which is a high volatile fuel is used as fuel.

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In the diesel engine the air is sucked during the suction stroke...  more»
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The diesel engine work on diesel cycle.

The petrol engine works on Otto engine.



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In this engine Diesel is used as fuel which is a non-volatile fuel.

In this engine petrol which is a high volatile fuel is used as fuel.

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In the diesel engine the air is sucked during the suction stroke and the fuel is injected into combustion chamber thru injector.

In the petrol engine the air-fuel mixture sucked during the suction stroke.



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The ignition is due to the heat generated during the compression stroke by the high compressed ratio. So it is called compression ignition (CI) engine.

The spark is generated by the spark plug into the combustion chamber so the ignition is due to the spark by external source so it is called spark ignition (SI) engine.

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Due to high compression ratio it have large vibration so it develop more noise.

Due to less compression ratio it has small vibration so it develop less noise.



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To handle the high compression ratio it has heavy metal so it is heavier than petrol engine.

It has low compression ratio so they are light in weight.



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This engine used injector to inject the fuel in combustion chamber.

This engine used spark plug to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber.



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Due to heavy weight and also due to heterogeneous combustion, they are low speed engines.

Due to light weight and also due to homogeneous combustion, they are high speed engines. «less

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Abhishek replied | 16 Apr

you can take a demo class on ic engine

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Akash 14 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What are the differences between Renewable & Non Renewable energy resources?

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Vignesh replied | 16 Mar

Renewable source is available at all time.It will not extinct Because the source is regenerated Eg.Sunlight, Wind . But non renewable resource cannot be regenerated.It will extinct. Eg:Petrol

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Mamatha replied | 25 May

RENEWABLE RESOURCES:They are the energy sources which are continuously produced by the nature. The sunlight, wind power, water, plants and biomass are some of the examples for renewable energy sources. The nature of these energy sources is, they are continuously replenished by the nature, when people consume them. These sources do not directly provide energy, but these energy sources...  more»
RENEWABLE RESOURCES:They are the energy sources which are continuously produced by the nature. The sunlight, wind power, water, plants and biomass are some of the examples for renewable energy sources. The nature of these energy sources is, they are continuously replenished by the nature, when people consume them. These sources do not directly provide energy, but these energy sources can transform into usable energy form.
NON RENEWABLE RESOURCES :These energy sources are limited and their production rate is very slow. Examples of non-renewable energy sources are coal, oil, peat and nuclear power. It is very convenient to use non-renewable energy sources (fuel, natural gas, coal, etc ) to fullfill our energy requirements, but we have a limited supply on the earth. «less

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Aparna 13 Mar in  BTech Tuition

How can I seek admission for BTech in any of the NITs?

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Satyajit replied | 13 Mar

Admission to Undergraduate Engineering Programs at NITs, IIITs, Other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions shall include the performance in the class 12/equivalent qualifying Examination and in the Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main).

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Kumar replied | 21 Jun

You should crack IITJee prelims with good rank

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Rajinder 13 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What is the difference between BTech and BE?

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Phaniram replied | 14 Mar

Both are same. it is dependent on University. JNTU-B.Tech, Annamalai... B.E

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Prosun replied | 21 Mar

After independence, In India we have two types of universities, one that offers degrees in many fields like Sciences, Arts and Engineering too, and the second set of universities (were named as institutes) offer only degrees in engineering. Universities those offer other degrees along with engineering named their engineering degree as BE (Bachelor of Engineering) and Institute constituted...  more»
After independence, In India we have two types of universities, one that offers degrees in many fields like Sciences, Arts and Engineering too, and the second set of universities (were named as institutes) offer only degrees in engineering. Universities those offer other degrees along with engineering named their engineering degree as BE (Bachelor of Engineering) and Institute constituted for only Engineering studies named their degree as B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology)
simply one can have a broad idea that,
BE is knowledge oriented.
B Tech is skill oriented. «less

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Shiva 13 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What is the difference between BTech and BE?

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Bhavana replied | 23 Apr

BTECH is from IIT and BE is from other Engineering Colleges

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Guneet replied | 24 Apr

B.tech is more practically inclined than B.E

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Mukesh 13 Mar in  BTech Tuition

Is there any difference in the BTech and B.Arch?

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Anuranjana replied | 13 Mar

Bot are two different part of technology.
B.tech deals with the technology and applying science for innovations in field of technology. You need have interest in physics and maths to be a good engineer.
B.archit is also related to technology but mainly it deals with designing part of architecture.

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Vimala replied | 17 Mar

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Jogendra 12 Mar in  BTech Tuition

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Shridhar replied | 15 Jun

You can get your doubts cleared. Experienced tutor can help you in deciding the most important chapters to be read which will fetch you good grade.

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Ekta replied | 18 Jun

Tution can help for better understanding and practice. A good tutor will definitely give good assignments. That will help in reducing stress during exams.

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Abishiek 12 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What are the qualities needed for a BTech tuition teacher?

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Praveen replied | 14 Jun

You can't judge the tutor by talking through phone call,it is better to see profile of required tutor ie,his achievements and studied carrier,if you are satisfied then ask for demo class for particular subject

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Shridhar replied | 15 Jun

It is true ! You cannot judge a teacher by looks or method of teaching. You go through his profile and request foer a demo. You can ask him about his favourite subject in which he can help you and then go for it.

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Priyanka 12 Mar in  BTech Tuition

How many years of experience should a good BTech trainer need?

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Pradeep replied | 30 Mar

should be 3 or 4 years

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Debraj replied | 22 Jun

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Vivek 12 Mar in  BTech Tuition

How much should I charge for BTech second semester tuition?

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Neha replied | 13 Mar

500 per hour

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Siddharth replied | 13 Mar

3000/-

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Sarala 11 Mar in  BTech Tuition

What all things should I consider before hiring a BTech tuition teacher?

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Kavya replied | 31 Mar

you should be clear with what topics you want to learn. check the profile of the teacher if he/she is having good experience with the subject of your wish. check whether your tuition timing matches with teacher. confirm the payment.

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Rajy replied | 16 Jun

check whether the teacher is having experience in teaching engineering subjects.otherwise, you will not be able to get an exam oriented coaching which most students here looking for...

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Shridhar replied | 16 Jun

Where are you located and in what subjects u need assistance

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Bhanu Prakash replied | 17 Jun

which area and which subjects u want tuition

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Md. 08 Mar in  BTech Tuition, Industrial Engineering(BTech Tuition)

what course fees are reqrired for vlsi coaching

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Mahida 06 Mar in  BTech Tuition, BTech Electrical & Communication Engineering(BTech Tuition)

What is electrical engineering?

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Prabhu replied | 06 Mar

faculty in NITs and IITs , some UNIVERSITIES and top engineering college is the best suited for you.ALL THE BEST

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Pavnesh replied | 06 Mar

If there is a will There is a way!, All things are available only needs strugle

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Jeyendran 04 Mar in  BTech Tuition

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Sudheer replied | 10 Mar

you can improve your skills by practice and dedication, nothing is impossible

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Dailyneeds replied | 11 Mar

Join skill development courses! Concentrate on a few to start with and then expand!

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Sachin 28 Feb in  BTech Tuition

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Heba replied | 27 Mar

Hi Sachin,
If you are from IT or computer stream then you should definitely learn programming languages. Usually degree courses include programming languages like C, C++ and Java; learn something apart from these languages. The best courses you can opt is for .net, oracle, php, testing tools, J2EE; basically anything which interests you. Also make sure you are working on extracurricular...  more»
Hi Sachin,
If you are from IT or computer stream then you should definitely learn programming languages. Usually degree courses include programming languages like C, C++ and Java; learn something apart from these languages. The best courses you can opt is for .net, oracle, php, testing tools, J2EE; basically anything which interests you. Also make sure you are working on extracurricular activities like sports, management skills and communication skills. Participate in both technical and non-technical events in your college and also outside your college. Try to present a technical paper in some competition. And remember, winning is not always mandatory. Feel free to contact me.
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Sasikumar replied | 14 May

Hi Sachin,
If you are from computer science background, it is good to start with open source technologies as they are in great demand and you can learn for doing things for yourself. If you need further information on where to start, feel free to contact me.

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Durga replied | 11 Jul

Elements of mechanical engineering course is a topic I can teach u, and make your fundamentals very strong.

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Prajakta replied | 19 Jul

I can teach you VLSI design

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Divakar replied | 29 Feb

I suggest you to focus on your communication skills too.

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Mohan replied | 02 Mar

500 per hour is good amount

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Mahesh replied | 26 Feb

Ya syllabus is almost same in every Clg or university except some topics or subjects
Also exam pattrn and marking scheme varies with every univ. Or Clg.

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Ananda replied | 26 Feb

Almost same, but compare to normal universities, IITs and NITs are exposure to more practical knowledge as well as industry oriented syllabus.

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