As a Mechanical Design Engineer once our design concept phase completes we move towards
the detail engineering and drafting phase. The Design intent for functional requirement must be clearly
communicated to the manufacturing shop for the product to get manufactured.
The use of GD&T accurately controls the size, form, Orientation and Location of parts and hence results
in manufacturing parts as desired. It also guides inspection, measurement teams. It also resolves the
accountability for each department (Design, Manufacturing and Quality).
This book provides a simplified and realistic approach to understand various concepts of
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. The book is written based on the application of Geometric
tolerance to the real world so emphasizes on most important concepts. Images Speak more than words and
hence to the point explanation and lots of images and diagrams make it interesting to read.
This book is designed to make a solid foundation for GD&T. This can help you to be Subject
Matter Expert (SME), Implementing GD&T in your projects, passing certification exams, helping you in
Job Interviews and leading you to the world of GD&T.
This Book cover Virtual condition, Resultant condition, Inner Boundary and Outer boundary,
FRTZF, PLTZF and Most confused term BONUS tolerance. This book shows the way for the selection of Datums,
Details about Datum simulators, simultaneous requirements, RMB, LMB and MMB concepts and
customized Datum references etc. This guides how to choose different Geometric Tolerances with
functional examples. The book includes an explanation of the most used modifier for example. Application of
modifier is explained with Geometric tolerance whenever comes in use.
This book basically covers all concepts of ASME Y14.5 in a simplified manner. Reading this book
and practising the concepts to your project will make a root to your subconscious.
Recommended age group: Age 12 and above.
Recommended audience: Students, teachers, and all learners who wish to understand the connect between the past and the present.
In a time when liberal and interdisciplinary education is on the rise, the importance of the social sciences is increasing. Such education focuses on introspecting into current and future challenges. This means that knowledge of historical events would give us a head start in any field of study.
This book is a resource aimed at providing such knowledge to students. In particular, it aids students in learning about the 20 th Century. It has been published with the intent to help students obtain a good understanding of events, and equip them with a strong foundation to relate to the significance of the described events in today’s world. Tough topics have been simplified by using flow charts, tables, bullet points, and simple language, without sacrificing on the quality of content. This has been done to make the content easy to comprehend and seem more like a story than something monotonous. This resource hopes to spark an interest in readers towards these topics.
It is mainly aimed at students of the IGCSE History curriculum, which is a two-year long course spanning over Grades 9 and 10. This resource is designed to be used for both years. It is also suitable for learners outside of this subject and curriculum (such as students of Global Perspectives and other Social Studies subjects in International and Indian Boards), and fellow history-buffs. The content it covers could also be taught to middle school students, to help ignite an interest in this fascinating subject.