The concept behind this course is to offer a very concise yet effective approach towards Engineering Mechanics (referred to as Applied Mechanics in many countries) for fresher engineering students. The scope of the course is thoroughly explained in the first lecture, which is free for preview (along with some other lectures).
Throughout the course, we will cover various topics including structural analysis, law of conservation of energy, law of conservation of momentum, gravitation, and equilibrium. These fundamental concepts are essential for a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. By incorporating real-life examples and practical applications, we aim to ensure that students grasp the core principles and are well-equipped to tackle engineering challenges.
With a focus on clarity and precision, this course will delve into the intricacies of engineering mechanics, emphasizing the significance of applied mechanics in the field. By exploring topics such as structural analysis, students will develop a solid foundation in problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Moreover, an in-depth study of conservation of energy, conservation of momentum, gravitation, and equilibrium will provide students with the tools necessary to analyze and predict the behavior of mechanical systems accurately.
By the end of this course, students will possess a well-rounded knowledge of engineering mechanics or applied mechanics. They will be capable of approaching various engineering problems with confidence and utilizing the principles of structural analysis, conservation of energy, conservation of momentum, gravitation, and equilibrium to devise innovative solutions.
Enrol in this course today to embark on a transformative journey that will empower you as an engineering student. Let us guide you through the intricacies of engineering mechanics or applied mechanics, equipping you with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in your academic and professional endeavors.
Who this course is for
- Engineering fresher students
- Students having engineering mechanics as a university subject
- Anyone interested in applied mechanics
- Very good for learning basics of engineering mechanics ~ Prayag S
- Well, basically this course is comprised of theories and at the end of each topic, the instructor included NUMERICAL problem that give students better understanding of how the theories can be used to solve problems. Secondly, J Aatish is a very responsive, very attentive and interactive instructor and he is very knowledgeable in this engineering subject, i know this because he help me to gain knowledge and understanding of engineering concept relating to a specific problem that i have difficulty with, however, he help me solve that problem, his explanation is very good and well organized and easy to understand. I give J Aatish maximum respect and credit for his professional and beautiful way of explaining concept to solving problem. I am therefore thankful for this course. Excellent course. Excellent instructor ~ Carvel B
What you'll learn
- Fundamentals of engineering mechanics
- Resolution of force, moment and couple, System of forces
- Equilibrium of rigid bodies, Free body diagram, support reactions, Triangle law, Lami's theorem
- Trusses and frames
- Conservation of energy and principle of momentum, D'Alembert's principle, law of restitution
- Basic knowledge of trigonometric parameters
- Vector addition and multiplication
- Fundamentals of high school physics