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Mechanical Engineering Courses - all subjects with basic concepts and course outlines are given here. Select your desired course and you can revise all the basic concepts within an hour only.
  1. Engineering Mechanics
  2. Strength of Materials (Mechanics of Materials)
  3. Hydraulics / Fluid Mechanics
  4. Hydraulic Machines
  5. Thermodynamics
  6. Steam Boilers and Engines
  7. Steam Nozzles and Turbines
  8. IC Engines
  9. Gas Dynamics, Gas Turbines, Compressors
  10. Heat Transfer (Refrigeration and Air Conditioning)
  11. Theory of Machines
  12. Machine Design (Mechanical Engineering Design)
  13. Engineering Materials
  14. Workshop Technology
  15. Production Engineering
  16. Industrial Engineering (Production Management)
  17. Automobile Engineering
We are working day and night to bring more courses to this website.


  1. Firstly, thank you for the favour which you are doing.

    Sir, it would be nice if you can post the basics concepts of fluid dynamics and heat transfer.

    Thank you,

    1. Thank you Vinayak. Yes all courses listed above will be added to this website over time. So far we have added some basic courses. Advance courses like vibrations, Heat transfer, Fluid mechanics etc will be added within a few weeks.

  2. What about a concise copy of all material Jazib Saeeb offered ?

  3. PLZ bring basics of strength of materials also............
    and thanks for all these...................

  4. Sir It will be really helpful if you could post the remaining courses.
    And thanks a lot for this basics.
    Hoping to learn more very soon itself.

  5. Sir we need Mechanical Vibration Also....

  6. Sir, if you can put the automobile engineering as soon as possible that would be great.. I really appreciate what you are doing because millions of students are looking for these types of lessons and they can improve their knowledge by using this site. And each and every credit goes for everyone who is maintaining this site. Thank you all !


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