Does mechanical engineering had to learn about Newtonian fluid?

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I'm trying to write my UCAS applications and I'm not sure if learning about Newtonian fluid or non-newtonian fluid from summer school is worth it to write it down. if it is worth it, what are the benefits of learning about that topic what it has to do with mechanical engineering.
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(Original post by Izzahkhairani)
I'm trying to write my UCAS applications and I'm not sure if learning about Newtonian fluid or non-newtonian fluid from summer school is worth it to write it down. if it is worth it, what are the benefits of learning about that topic what it has to do with mechanical engineering.
I've moved this to the engineering forum - students will be able to tell you more about how relevant that specific topic is
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Yes you'll cover fluid mechanics in a mechanical engineering course. Whether it's worth taking some kind of summer course for that purpose is debatable. If it's free and you have nothing else you'd rather do, by all means do so. I wouldn't recommend paying for such a course because I don't think it will make enough difference to be worth basically any amount of money (especially since you could just as well find some resources for studying that material online free otherwise and just work on that independently and still write about what you learned and how it engaged your interests in mechanical engineering). Since you don't seem to be that aware of the scope of mechanical engineering as an academic or professional discipline I'd probably suggest your time would be better spent learning about that first.
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