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    I want to learn Mechanical engineering from scratch..I am from Electronic & Instrumentation background

    This is the answer what I got from an expert. "Start with any good book on Engineering Mechanics. You need to understand the basic concepts of forces, moments, and motion (kinematics). Then you may proceed to learn about Dynamics. One good book (new editions come in two volumes) to start with...
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    Learning Tips for Basics of Mechanical Engineering with Mechatronics point of view

    Actually I am Electrical & Electronics engineer & very much interested in Automation & Mechatronics. As I am not from Mechanical background, I need to update myself in basic Mechanical concepts. Which books should I refer ?? Are there any online tutorials for basics ??

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