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Start Date : 6 Oct,2024
End Date   : 10 Oct,2024
Duration    : 5 Days
Price          : $ 3,995 ( SAR 14,981.25 )



This course provides non-mechanical engineers and other professionals with an introduction to the core subject areas of mechanical engineering. Engineering as a profession is becoming increasingly multi-disciplinary and is also combining with other professions. People can find themselves working with mechanical engineers, without understanding the technical language or the key engineering principles. 



Course Objectives: 

At the end of this course, participant will be able to:

  • Basic mechanical engineering concepts such as force, work, power, moments and torques 

  • The importance of common engineering material properties in relation to component life and failure 

  • Basic design for static strength 

  • How to select appropriate gears and bearings 


  • How to perform simple design and selection of piping systems and related components 
  • How to monitor, control and analyze vibrations 
  • How to set up an effective but simple inspection and maintenance program (including lubrication) 




Course Content: 

1- Mechanical Engineering Basics 


2- Mechanical Design  


 3- Gears and Bearings 


4- Mechanical Drives 


 5- Prime Movers 


6- Fluid Engineering 


7- Theory of Heat Transfer 


8- Mechanical Vibrations 


9- Manufacturing and Production Systems 


10- Maintenance 


Targeted Audience: 

Anyone with a need to understand the use, care, installation, or the economics associated with mechanical machinery, Consultants, Consulting engineers, Chemical engineers and technicians, Design engineers, Electrical engineers and technicians, Industrial and commercial plant and facilities engineer, New graduates, Operators, Plant Engineers, Managers and Supervisors, Plant operations and maintenance personnel, Process control Engineers, Technicians and Supervisors, Professionals who want to upgrade their knowledge in mechanical engineering, Project Engineers, Property Managers, Sales Engineers, Service Contractors. 

Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals

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