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Introduction to Engineering

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This course contains text and video lessons that can help prospective engineering students learn about the basics of engineering and engineering principles. Our Introduction to Engineering course provides comprehensive overviews of essential engineering topics, including engineering processes and tools, pressure and tolerance.
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Introduction to Engineering
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Ch. 1:  Materials & Properties in Engineering
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Ch. 2:  Stress & Strain in Engineering
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Ch. 3:  Temperature & Heat in Engineering
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Ch. 4:  Tools & Processes in Engineering
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Ch. 5:  Pressure in Engineering
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Ch. 6:  Basics of Structural Engineering
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Ch. 7:  Basics of Chemical Engineering
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Ch. 8:  Electricity in Engineering
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Ch. 9:  Electrodynamics
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Ch. 10:  Physics Concepts in Engineering
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Ch. 11:  Acoustics in Engineering
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