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Old 10-04-2012, 12:14 PM   #73
SamDoe1
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Originally Posted by Tampa02e46 View Post
You guys really need me to tell you that more than physics is involved in becoming a ME? I thought there was wiki for a reason...

-Heat transfer Not involved in pendulum motion.
-Thermodynamics Not involved in pendulum motion.
-Constantly using calculus Not involved in pendulum motion.
-Kenematics and Dynamics This is pretty much just applied physics.
-Vibrations This is also pretty much applied physics.
-Machine Design Not involved in pendulum motion.
-Material properties Not involved in pendulum motion.
-Using programs like Solidworks to design products Not involved in pendulum motion.
-Using communication skills to relay your ideas into words(hard to find in an ME) Not involved in pendulum motion.


Yes, some of these subjects have physics involved, but it's not JUST physics. Go try and pass the courses in this degree and then come talk sh*t, it's not easy...
I did pass all the courses in the ME degree 3 years ago. I've also passed courses in the MSME degree. Imma talk sh!t all I want.
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