Basics Of Mechanical Design Engineering

 
Basics Of Mechanical Design Engineering

Basics Of Mechanical Design Engineering
Video: .mp4 (1280x720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | Size: 513 MB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 20 lectures (1h 13m) | Language: English



Learn the aspects of Mechanical Designing

What you'll learn

Learn about different Sub-branches of Mechanical Designing.
Understanding of Knowledge requirements to be Mechanical Design Engineer.
Tools for a Mechanical Designing. e.g. software, books & other stuff
Introduction to Product Designing & Reverse Engineering.
Learn about the Practical usage of core Engineering subjects.
Designing Work in Different Mechanical Industries.
Learn about the conventional & latest techniques used in industries.
Learn basic skill of Drafting, Fits, Tolerances & GD&T.
Learn About different Instruments used in industries.

Requirements

Basic Knowledge of Mechanical Engineering Core Subjects

Description

This Course is an introductory course to all industrial specialized Courses. This course gives you Insight on Mechanical Designing. In this Course you are going to learn.

Different Designing work in different mechanical industries.

Basic of Mechanical Drawing & Drafting.

Conventional & Latest measuring Techniques.

Aspects of Material selection.

Material Testing & Process.

Basics of Machine Designing & Core Concepts..

Designing Procedure & Reverse Engineering.

Who this course is for:

Engineering students looking for a career in Design engineering
Working Engineers who want to make a career in Design engineering
Anyone interested to learn about how to design products











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