Learn the Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering.
This course is designed to give you the necessary ground knowledge to start or enhance your engineering knowledge in preparation for entering the industry or succeeding in your employed or future employment position. I specifically designed this material to be easily comprehensible and not just an overview. I will go about each knowledge areas and provide explanations for you, the learner, to become proficient in your engineering journey.
Mechanical engineers design and build solutions to a range of problems, improving efficiency across a wide range of industries. By studying mechanical engineering, you can look forward to a range of varied work.
Mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with moving machines, tools and their components. A central principle of mechanical engineering is the control of energy: transferring it from one form to another to suit a specific demand.
This series goes over an array of engineering concepts, and I hope you will find it valuable and helpful towards your training.
What you’ll learn
· Hand Tools and Workshop Tools.
· Valves and Connectors.
· Pumps, Motors and Gearboxes.
· Bearings, Seals, Sprockets and Chains.
· Conveyor Belts, Chains, Pulleys, Hoist and Lubrication.
While working in teams means, you can share expertise and develop faster and more robust solutions and by having advanced technical skills – specialising in mechanical engineering means you will build a strong knowledge of theory, and how to put it into practise practically.