Basics of Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

Basics of Mechanical Engineering

Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering

Fundamentals of
Mechanical Engineering

Use this study guide to solidfy your understanding of these 8 core Mechanical Engineering concepts to prepare for an exam or refresh your knowledge.

Concepts Include:

Dr. Bryan R. Becker, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASME, F.ASHRAE University of Missouri - Kansas City

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Bryan R. Becker, Ph.D., P.E., is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. During his more than 25 years at the University of Missouri, Dr. Becker has conducted, as principal investigator or co-investigator, 50 research projects and has authored 208 journal articles, chapters in books, presentations, and research reports. Previously, Dr. Becker served as chair of mechanical engineering and then civil and mechanical engineering for seven years.

"As a teaching professor, I'm tasked with preparing students for their careers, and Knovel's Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals help me to do just that. The content in Knovel provides a valuable overview that any student should use to quickly and efficiently refresh their knowledge of Mechanical Engineering principles."



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FAQ

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why basic mechanical is included in electronic and communication engineering? | Yahoo Answers

There are mechanical issues that may arise in circuit design. Heat dissipation, shock absorption, temperature variations, connector ware etc.
Think about what you put your cell phone through on a daily basis. The mechanical issues are effecting it throughout it's life span, long after the electronics is built.

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What are the basics of becoming a mechanical engineer?

A bachelor's degree in engineering is needed for almost all entry-level engineering jobs.

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