Mechanical Engineering (Introduction)
- Higher secondary with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Want to know how things work? How electricity is generated and transmitted to your home? How do petrol and diesel engine differ? What are the components of internal combustion engine? What is sand casting process? How does a clutch works? What is belt drive and how it works? Well, this is the right course for you! This course gives emphasis on basics of mechanical engineering.
The course includes a content from every unit of SPPU syllabus.
Introduction to Systems in Mechanical Engineering
Thermal Power Plant
Components of Internal Combustion Engine
Petrol Engine VS Diesel Engine
Sand Casting Process
To understanding the concept of power generation
To identify the components of Internal Combustion Engine
To be able to compare petrol and diesel engines
To get acquainted with vehicle clutch.
To introduce sand casting process to produce components
To understanding the basics of belt drive
On completion of the course, learner will be able to:
Explain construction and working of thermal power plant
Illustrate various components of internal combustion engine
Describe and compare petrol and diesel engines
Explain construction and working of clutch
Discuss sand casting manufacturing process
Explain various types of belt drive and its application
If you are curious about how things work, if you loves to learn, if you are from first year of engineering; you will definitely get a big benefit from this course.
Who this course is for:
- First Year Engineering Students
M.E. Design Engineering from SPPU, having keen interest in mechanical engineering and have over 8 years of experience in teaching field.
Currently working as Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department of K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik, Maharashtra.
Achieved Elite Grade in “Effective Engineering Teaching in Practice” Course Organised by National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) in collaboration with IIT Madras.