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I am starting an engineering degree in a month. I gather that these resources will be VERY useful during my education. Thanks ever so much, I appreciate it
Great sources. Thank you for the sharing
Want to learn SolidWorks? Here is a good website which has tutorials with screenshots.
Solidworks Tutorials - A step by step guide
There are some tutorials available on SolidWorks' official website as well.
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Very informative thread thanks mad_scientist
Very informative mad_scientist keep uploading more links
Here is a great site:
nice one C E Designer
Thanks. But i did find any exercise for practice there. It's Good for english help
Do you know any site where i can practice for english prepositions, errors, active voice, indirect speech? I want just like indiabix.com but i have completed all exercises from there and want to improve more so i am looking for more sites
Ok. When I come across such a link, I'll post it here.
Glad to know you are keen on improving your English, I rarely find people doing that.
A collection of lectures on variety of subjects from world's top universities -
Here, check this website: Grammarics
thanks a lot man, these sites are very useful!
NPTEL provides E-learning through online Web and Video courses in Engineering, Science and humanities streams. The mission of NPTEL is to enhance the quality of Engineering education in the country by providing free online courseware:
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ESDEP (The European Steel Design Education Programme) Course - The content of the lectures ranges from applied metallurgy to structural systems, and includes mainstream subjects, such as buckling and composite behaviour, as well as specialised sections, for instance those dealing with corrosion protection and seismic design. The material covers not only buildings and bridges but also structures such as offshore platforms, tanks, chimneys and masts. The depth of study ranges from basic introduction to very advanced. Material may be useful to both teachers, as a source for lecture presentations, and to students, working individually or in groups.
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excellent job....keep it up and move ahead @ mad_scientist
Are you a physics buff? Want to learn about Quarks, Leptons, Bosons and what not?
Go go this online physics textbook:
It has lots and lots of topics right from simple mechanics to quantum physics.
Actually I'm from mechanical branch I want to learn c programming through online certification .Is there any ewebsite for this