Engineering Mechanics - An Introduction (Skillshare)

Engineering Mechanics - An Introduction (Skillshare)
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Engineering Mechanics - An Introduction (Skillshare)
This class is for Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mechanics and Aeronautical Engineering under graduate and graduate students. This class starts from the basics of Newton's first law, then builds towards Equilibrium equations and degrees of freedom. It discusses difference between internal force and external force. It shows that the main concern of Engineering Mechanics and subsequent course on Strength of Materials is to determine Internal resistance or force developed in the body in response to external loading.

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Finally it introduces various structural members like Trusses, Beams, Frames, Cables and Shafts. This class is essential to those who want to make Engineering Mechanics as favorite subject when appearing in examinations and interviews. I have found with my experience that student find this subject difficult and either leave it or spend too much time on it, which takes away time from preparation of other subjects. This course saves time of the student and explains all the concepts in short duration. So best of luck with Engineering Mechanics.


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Go to internet, and search for books on Engineering Mechanics, and Strength of Materials. Make a list of all the topics covered in these books. Search for these topics back on internet, and make a draft writeup on those topics. Do include in the write up difference between structures and mechanisms, solid deformable body and rigid body, internal force and external force, and degrees of freedom. Also learn to write 6 equilibrium equations, summation of forces about x axis, y axis and z axis, and summation of moments around x axis, y axis and z axis. Be sure of the difference between External force, Reaction force, and Internal force.



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