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Basic Mechanical Engineering part 1

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

Basic Mechanical Engineering part 1

This course is a basic introductory course for all those who wish to learn technical concepts of Mechanical Engineering. Simple animations and basic definitions will enhance your learning experience. Simple concepts and different basic systems of mechanical engineering will be covered here. Animations and diagrams will increase your interests while learning. Basic systems in Automobile, Shafts, Bearings, Gears, etc. will be covered to give a realistic application-based feel of Mechanical Engineering.

Who this course is for:

  1. Anyone Who wants to Learn Engineering concepts. School As well As Engineering Students.
  2. Beginner Level for Mechanical Engineering.

What Will I Learn?

  • Basics of Mechanical Engineering Concept

Topics for this course

34 Lessons

Basic Mechanical Engineering part 1

Important Thermodynamics Terminology, State, Process, Path, Cycle, Concept of Thermodynamics, BME00:00:00
Zeroth law of thermodynamics (Basics, Applications & Limitations), Law of thermodynamics, statement00:00:00
First law of thermodynamics (Basics, Applications & Limitations) / Basic Mechanical Engineering00:00:00
Thermodynamic systems/ Open system/ Closed system/ Isolated system/ Types of system /Comparision00:00:00
Types of Fuels / Solid fuels / Liquid fuels / Gaseous fuels / Fossil fuels / Classification of fuelsson00:00:00
Types of solid fuels / Wood / Coal / Lignite / Wood charcoal / Coke / Peat / Briquette coal00:00:00
Types of Liquid Fuels / fossil liquid fuels / fossil fuels / petrol / diesel / tar / kerosene00:00:00
Types of gaseous fuels / fossil fuels / gas fuels / Natural gas / coal gas / advantages of gas fuels00:00:00
Types of alternative fuels/CNG/LPG/Alternative fuels/Difference between CNG and LPG|CNG and LPG00:00:00
Calorific value /LCV /HCV /Lower calorific value /Higher calorific value / CV /Basic Mechanical Engg00:00:00
Hydel energy / Hydro power plant / Advantages / Principle / Hydel energy utilization00:00:00
Solar energy, Principle of solar energy, solar electricity, Solar energy Applications, Solar power00:00:00
Global warming, Global warming Principle, Causes of global warming, Effects of global warming00:00:00
Ozone depletion/ How ozone depletion occurs ?/ Causes of ozone depletion/ Effects of ozone depletion00:00:00
Steam formation/Enthalpy of steam/Temperature vs Enthalpy diagram for steam/Formation of steam00:00:00
Types of steam/Dry saturated steam/Wet steam/Superheated steam/Saturated steam/Steam types/BME00:00:00
Use of steam table/Types of Steam Table/Example solved by steam table/Format of steam table/BME00:00:00
Important Equations of steam/Enthalpy of Steam/Enthalpy of Steam formula/Formula for Steam formation00:00:00
Example on Steam table 1/How to use steam table/Steam formation problem/find value from steam tableon00:00:00
Example on Steam table 2/How to use steam table/Steam formation problem/find value from steam table00:00:00
Example on Steam table 3 / Steam table problems / Steam formation problem / how to use steam table00:00:00
Example on Steam table 4 / Steam table problems / Steam formation problem / how to use steam table00:00:00
Example on Steam table 5 / Steam table problems / Steam formation problem / how to use steam table00:00:00
Example on Steam table 6 / Steam table problems / Steam formation problem / how to use steam tablesson00:00:00
Barrel Calorimeter/Types, Working & Limitation of Barrel Calorimeter/Dryness fraction of steam/BME00:00:00
Separating calorimeter, Working & Limitation of separating Calorimeter, Dryness fraction xn00:00:00
Throttling calorimeter/Working of throttling Calorimeter/Animation of throttling calorimeter/BME00:00:00
Boyle’s Law, Mariotte’s Law, Boyles law, Statement of Boyle’s law, Real examples of Boyle’s law00:00:00
Charle’s Law /Charles law /Statement of Charle’s law /Real examples of Charle’s law00:00:00
Combined gas law/Ideal gas equation/Characteristic gas equation/Gas constant/Universal gas constant00:00:00
Cp – Cv = R, Specific heat with adiabatic index, Relation between specific heats, Mayer’s Equation00:00:00
Isochoric Process, Constant volume process, Work done in constant volume process00:00:00
Constant pressure process, Isobaric Process, Work done in constant pressure process, enthalpy change00:00:00
Constant temperature process, Isothermal Process, Work done in constant temperature process, BME00:00:00

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