ee56a 01fluidmechanicsexamplestaticandturbulentflowanalysisdynamicanalysiscfd CFD Mechanical Engineering Introduction | Fluid Mechanics | Fluid properties

Fluid Mechanics is that section of applied mechanics, concerned with the statics and dynamics of liquids and gases.

A knowledge of fluid mechanics is essential for the Mechanical engineer, because the majority of Mechanical processing operations are conducted either partially or totally in the fluid phase.

The handling of liquids is much simpler, much cheaper, and much less troublesome than handling solids.

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Mechanical engineering is the mother of all engineering disciplines. Mass, motion, force, energy, design, and manufacturing – these comprises the world of mechanical engineering. It encompasses the research, design, development, construction and testing of tools, machines and other mechanical equipment. Education from a proper well recognized university, college or school of engineering is vital for all the mechanical engineers due to the highly technical nature of mechanical engineering. According to the ranking of mechanical engineering universities, the top 10 best universities or colleges for mechanical engineering are MIT, Stanford university, UC Berkeley, University of Cambridge, California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Imperial College London, University of Tokyo, ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), University of Oxford and National University of Singapore (NUS).

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Gate - Mechanical Engineering

Introduction to Mechanisms
Mechanisms and Simple Machines
More on Machines and Mechanisms
Basic Kinematics of Constrained Rigid Bodies
Planar Linkages
Other Mechanisms
Engineering Thermodynamics
Fluid Mechanics
Heat Transfer
Machines Kinematics
Strength of Materials
Machine Elements
Machine Design
Finite Elements

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afa7d 02designdynamicscrashanalysisvibrationandnoise Careers Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering-What is It? / What Mechanical Engineers do?

Mechanical engineers design and develop everything you think of as a machine – from supersonic fighter jets to bicycles to toasters. And they influence the design of other products as well – shoes, light bulbs and even doors. Many mechanical engineers specialize in areas such as manufacturing, robotics, automotive/transportation and air conditioning. Others cross over into other disciplines, working on everything from artificial organs to the expanding field of nanotechnology.

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73d22 01whatismechatronicsintroductionmechanicalandeletronics Future Technology Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics / Introduction

Mechatronics is a word originated in Japan in 1980s to denote the combination of technologies which go together to produce industrial robots.

A formal definition of Mechatronics is “the synergistic integration of Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, Computer technology, and IT to produce or enhance products and systems.’’

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Why is mechanical engineering the mother of all engineering

Mechanical engineering is a broad field of engineering that involves the use of physical principles for analysis, design, manufacture and maintenance of mechanical systems. Traditionally, it has been the branch of engineering that through the application of physical principles has enabled the creation of useful devices, as tools and machines.

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