MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 67 lectures (3h 4m) | Size: 2.52 GB
Learn IC Engine, Manufacturing, Metrology, Refrigeration & Mechanical Career options
What you’ll learn
Learn Mechanical Engineering Career
Internal Combustion Engine
No any prior knowledge required
Welcome to the Course Basics of Mechanical Engineering
This course is designed by the GaugeHow Team of the Messgerat Labs
In this course, you will learn 5 concepts of Mechanical Engineering that are
A career in Mechanical Engineering
Each concept is divided into one Module for easy access, and can directly jump into any of your favourite topics
Mechanical Engineer is the broad stream to discover your passion and opens many career opportunities.
People who love machine joins Mechanical Engineering
The scope of mechanical engineering no longer remains limited to just the manufacturing and testing of huge machinery and equipment.
With technology making new advancements, there are several new domains in mechanical engineering which are being taken up by passionate engineers.
In this course, we have covered the basics and will Update them from time to time.
About the sections
Internal combustion engines (ICE) are the most common form of heat engines, as they are used in vehicles, boats, ships, aeroplanes, and trains.
They are named as such because the fuel is ignited to do work inside the engine
Metrology allows manufacturers to produce products more accurately, more quickly and to a higher standard.
Manufacturing is the making of goods by hand or by a machine that upon completion the business sells to a customer.
These benefits are passed on to consumers as products become cheaper to purchase and are made of a higher quality.
The refrigeration process removes heat from an enclosed space to reduce and maintain the temperature of the contents of that space.
Let’s explore Mechanical Engineering & Its Career Opportunities
See you in the Course!
Who this course is for
Anyone who interested in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical domain Students