Need some info in some topics.

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In summary, the expert scientist has knowledge in various topics such as biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and many more. They can provide information on any topic within their area of expertise and follow a rigorous process to ensure accuracy and reliability. They are open to clarifications and additional details on a topic and will refer to someone else if a topic falls outside of their expertise.
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Hi,
I am doing 2nd year in mechanical eng.
I couldn't find any book for following topics where i live,so i need some reading material on following topics :-
1. I.C. Engine testing and performance > F.H.P by noise testing.
> ISI rating of I.C. Engines.
2. Tyre retreading.
3. Auto electrical system and equipment.
4. Rolling friction.
5. What is euro emission standard.
 
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1. Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, John Heywood
3. Bosch Automotive Handbook
5. Standards documents


ISI? FHP? What's with all the TLAs?
 
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ISI - Indian Standards Institute.
FHP - FRICTIONAL HORSE POWER
 

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