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abinanth
abinanth • Oct 18, 2012

How to learn Mechanical Engineering basics?

i am doing my B.E. mechanical engineering .......
how should we learnt the basics ?
how it help to me duriing my work?
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Oct 19, 2012
I'm assuming that you are in the first year of mechanical engineering studies. The best way to learn mechanical engineering is to grab a good, recommended book and start reading it with curiosity. If I'm not mistaken, the basics of mechanical engineering are the ones that most of us have learnt during 10+2. It's basically mechanics - and you'll have little difficulty understanding the basics of mechanical engineering if you understand the basics of mechanics.

I'm not sure of your last question. Being genuinely interested in the subject is the sure-shot way of mastering it.
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Oct 19, 2012
abinanth
i am doing my B.E. mechanical engineering .......
how should we learnt the basics ?
how it help to me duriing my work?
Read the books. 👍 Read them for the interest in the subject and not for the exams, that's the way you learn the basics and beyond.
anjali zendre
anjali zendre • Feb 9, 2013
abinanth
i am doing my B.E. mechanical engineering .......
how should we learnt the basics ?
how it help to me duriing my work?
if u want to know about all basics of mechanical engineering. u should be get knowledge of thermodynamics,mechanics, strength of material,material science etc. this are basics which help to understand all the subjects.
example:thermodynamic subject help to understand power plant engineering,refrigeration and air conditioning,internal combination engine etc.
u should select some books and try to understood all basics concepts.ant try to relate this basic concept on other related subject u will understood how the basics help to understood the things.
if u wanna know about thermodynamic u refer p.k. nag. and get all basics.this will help u very well.
zaveri
zaveri • Feb 10, 2013
get any book titled "Mechanical engineering: An overview".

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