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Welcome to the Mechanical Engineering Subject Guide

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 Mechanical engineering     TJ

Engineering mathematics  QA 401

Operations research      T 57.6 

Engineering design      T 353,  TA 174

Fluid mechanics            TA 357  

Strength of materials     TA 405

Fracture mechanics     TA 409

Composite materials    TA 418.9

Gearing                        TJ 184

Dynamics                     TJ 170, TL 243

Internal combustion engines TJ 782,  TJ 785

Machine design             TJ 230  

Mechatronics                 TJ 163.12

Thermodynamics           TJ 265,  TJ 756

Cost estimating              TS 163

Manufacturing processes    TS 183- TS 205

Naval architecture             VM




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