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Mechanical Engineering Courses:
Tools, which people use in their day-to-day lives have to be designed before they are sold. Behind all of those tools, both large and small, are mechanical engineers. Engineers are expected to understand how a variety of factors affect the design of a product and it’s functionality.

Courses for mechanical engineers, include a study of force, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, manufacturing, combustion, strength of material and production planning, just to name a few. They must also consider each component of the object in question to ensure it will not break or fail because of a design flaw. Mechanical engineering is a broad spectrum, with jobs of this type required in everything from space shuttle or automobile design to nanotechnology.

Courses for mechanical engineering help students in gaining a deeper understanding the subjects and concepts clearly is very essential. One of the biggest advantages to a degree in mechanical engineering is the flexibility it gives students to pursue a number of different careers after graduation.

EngGuru
Scofe Lab’s online mechanical engineering courses give students the opportunity to study mechanical engineering online via a Windows app called EngGuru.These online mechanical engineering courses can be downloaded at your convenience and viewed from the app, after purchasing the relevant packages.

EngGuru:'s online mechanical engineering courses ensure that students receive the core knowledge needed to enter or advance their understanding in the mechanical engineering field. There are not many mechanical engineering programs or courses which match what Scofe Labs has to offer. Upon successful completion of the online mechanical engineering course offered by Scofe Labs, students will gain a deeper understanding in mechanical engineering concepts. All topics and subjects covered as part of online mechanical engineering courses are kept concise and delivered via 3D video, so students can understand each topic.

Mechanical engineering students are expected to take basic first-year subjects, such as introduction to engineering, calculus and physics, engineering computing, materials science, or systems and fields. As students’ progress in their course of study, they will take more specific courses on fluid and solid mechanics, thermodynamics, electronics or circuits, and machine engineering.

Scofe Lab’s online mechanical engineering courses cover all the topics covered in each semester of Mechanical Engineering. These online mechanical engineering courses are customised to cover the relevant content based on the University syllabus.

In today’s age, with the rapid progress that eLearning has made, most mechanical engineering study materials are available on the internet. Mechanical engineering, as aforementioned, encompasses several sub-disciplines that are studied separately. Some of the notable sub-disciplines are described as follows:

1. Materials and Metallurgy
Engineering Materials and Metallurgy covers the basics of Crystal structure, Ferrous and Non ferrous Materials, semiconductors, alloys and along with their properties and testing. It also covers different heat treatment processes, phase transformation curves and related terms in detail.

2. Machine Design
Machine Design deals with designing of a machine and its elements to serve the purpose of fulfilling the Mechanical Objective, Optimum Material usage along with safety of operation. The Design process involves the application of scientific principles, technical knowledge and creative skills to meet the required criterion. The subject covers the designing of Transmission Shafts, Keys and Couplings, Fasteners, Lever, Pipe Joints etc.

3. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning covers basics of Thermodynamics properties that are used in understanding the concepts of Refrigeration. It also covers types of Refrigeration systems, refrigerants and their properties, psychometric processes and Air conditioning basics.

4. Manufacturing Engineering Or Manufacturing Process
Manufacturing Process are the steps through which raw materials are transformed into a final product. The manufacturing process begins with the product design, and materials specification from which the product is made. These materials are then modified through manufacturing processes to become the required part.


5. Strength of Materials
Strength of materials, also called mechanics of materials, is a subject which deal with the behaviour of solid objects subject to stresses and strains. In mechanics of material, the strength of a material is its ability to withstand an applied load without failure or plastic deformation. The field of strength of materials deals with forces and deformations that result from their acting on a material.


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Scofe Labs is a pioneer in 3D Visualised eLearning content provider exclusive for Engineering students in India. It is one of the fastest growing eLearning portals in the country which thrives on Our mechanical engineering online courses are provided in detail at www.scofelabs.com. Scofe Labs provides all its online mechanical engineering courses in the form of 3D animated videos with a clear English voice-over.

Our online mechanical engineering courses are designed with Simple notes, clear concept of fundamentals and concepts of basic mechanical engineering. Our online mechanical engineering courses are designed for mechanical engineering students. Main motto of developing online mechanical engineering courses is to explore mechanical engineering concepts and develop student’s skills.



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Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Covers topics like Laws of Thermodynamics, Entropy, Ideal Gas, Thermodynamic Cycles, Vapour Refrigeration & Power Cycles, Steam Generators, Psychrometry

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Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Covers topics Simple Stresses & Strains, SFD & BMD, Bending Stress, Shear Stress, Slope & Deflection of Beams, Strain Energy, Torsion, Buckling of Coloums, Principle Stress & Strains, Theories of elastic failure

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Material Science

Material Science

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Structure of Metals & Materials, Mechanical behaviour of Metals & materials, Destructive Testing, NDT, Types of Corrosion Corrosion prevention Methods, Surface Modification Methods, Powder Metallurgy, Production (Flow Charts)

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Manufacturing Process - I

Manufacturing Process - I

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Cover topics Casting Process, Metal Forming Process, Molding, Joining Process, Sheet Metal Working and Centre Lathe .

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Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Covers topics Basics & Concepts of TD, Laws, Entropy, Thermodynamic Relations, Properties of Pure System, Compressors,Vapour Power Cycles & Gas Power Cycles.

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Material Technology

Material Technology

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Classification of Materials, Lattice Imperfections, Deformation, Strain Hardening, Fracture, Fatigue Failure, Creep, Theory of Alloys, Heat Treatment Process, Effects of Alloying Elements in Steels, Composites, Nano Materials, Smart Materials

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Production Process

Production Process

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Metal Casting, Gating System, Melting, Special Casting Process, Welding, Forming Process, Moulding with Polymers, Ceramics, Classification, Selection & App of Material Changes,Gear Manufacturing, Modern Machine Tools

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Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials

Fee: ₹749/- Limited Period Offer 40% OFF Buy Now for ₹450/-

Moment of Inertia, Stress & Strains, Elastic Constants, Shear force & Bending Moment in Beams, Stresses in Beams, Direct and Bending Stresses, Shear Stress in Beams, Torsion, Strain Energy, Deflection of Beams, Thin Cylindrical and Spherical Shells, Columns and Struts.

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