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A concise introduction to all the key tenets of electrical and mechanical engineering degree course, written by former NASA engineer Dr. David Baker.

Listeners will quickly get to grips with the fundamentals of electrical and mechanical engineering and their practical applications. Covering Newtonian mechanics, nuclear engineering, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, and more, this essential guide brings clarity to complex ideas. 

David Baker delves into the history and development of this far-reaching subject, as well as the challenges of the future, such as environmental responsibility. This holistic introduction will equip students and laypeople alike with the knowledge of an engineering graduate.

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  • 06-11-22

A patronising history of Engineering

This book does not contain useful explanations of concepts, just a brief historical outline. Written in the usual self flagellating manner of a left leaning intellectual, with occasional explanations of forces that amount to simple formulae, but no practical applications of this.

It is narrated dispassionately by someone who could be replaced by a text to speech program.

Not recommended at all.