Hi all, I have in mind that an engineering project tends to be quite "integrated", as in, it envolves different engineers. So, for instance, in order to build an aircraft, you need not only a mechanical engineer, but also an EE, Materials, managers, etc etc. So lots of teamwork. However, I'd like to know how much of "electricity" a mechanical engineer handles in their job routine, i.e., if they have to know about electronics, circuits and whatnot, or they basically just project the mechanical part of the system and then leave for the EE to do the electronics. I assume these different engineers are always in touch with each other, but I was wondering how much of electronics a mechanical engineer actually knows (if any). Thank you.