Introduction to Engineering Mechanics
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Introduction to Engineering Mechanics

Complex Mechanics Calculations Made Easy!
4.4 (18 ratings)
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Created by UP Engineering
Last updated 3/2017
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Includes:
  • 8 hours on-demand video
  • 17 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Gain a firm foundation in Engineering Mechanics for furthering your career.
  • Confidently tackle equilibrium equations, moments and inertia problems with ease.
  • Be informed by a past student who did this module at university on how to go about studying such a module.
  • Master calculator skills to use to your advantage in solving mechanics problems.
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Requirements
  • Basic understanding of algebra.
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Description

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How is the course structured?

  1. Particle equilibrium
  2. Rigid body equilibrium
  3. Structural analysis
  4. Centroids and second moments of area (inertia)
  5. Internal forces in structural members.

Why enroll in "Become a Mechanics Pro!"?

  • Over 60 worked through examples with Very-Easy-to-Understand explanations.
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  • Work at your own pace leaving you comfortable and confident for those final exams!

This course is perfect for anyone currently enrolled in a mechanics class, anyone planning to take it in the near future, or anyone who's interested in learning mechanics. So whether you're looking to just pass or get your distinction, this course will provide you with the necessary tools to help you reach your goals!


Who is the target audience?
  • First year engineering students.
  • Any university, college or high school student enrolled in a mechanics course.
  • Anyone with an interest in engineering mechanics.
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Expand All 60 Lectures Collapse All 60 Lectures 08:04:46
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Particle Equilibrium
21 Lectures 02:30:41

SI Units and Prefixes
02:06

Significant Figures
07:12

SI Units with Significant Figures
05:44

Geometry Recap
02:43

Vector Opperations
06:13

Vector Operations- Additional Example 1
07:40

Vector Operations- Additional Example 2
09:29

Algebraic Vector Addition With Rectangular Components in a Plane
04:07

Algebraic Vector Addition With Rectangular Components in a Plane- Additional Eg
15:51

Cartesian Vectors in Three Dimensions
04:30

Cartesian Vectors in Three Dimensions- Additional Example
10:40

Position Vectors and Vectors Directed Along a Line
03:29

Position Vectors and Vectors Directed Along a Line- Additional Example
09:54

Particle Equilibrium in Three Dimensions
10:46

Dot Product and Applications
05:53

Dot Product and Applications- Additional Example
12:27


Free Body Diagrams
05:19

Free Body Diagrams- Additional Example 1
12:01

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Rigid Body Equilibrium
20 Lectures 02:21:10
Moment of a Force
04:42

Moment of a Force- Additional Example
08:21

Moment of a Force Using Cross Product
05:04

Moment of a Force Using Cross Product- Additional Example
09:32

How to do the Cross Product on your Calculator?
06:04

Moment of a Force About a Point
08:57

Moment of a Force About an Axis or Line
03:47

Moment of a Force About an Axis or Line- Additional Example
18:24

The Moment of a Couple (Scalar)
04:02

The Moment of a Couple (Scalar)- Additional Example
06:42

The Moment of a Couple (Vector)
03:27

The Moment of a Couple (Vector)- Additional Example
07:49

Reduction of Force and Couple system to its Simplest Form
04:05

Reduction of Force and Couple system to its Simplest Form- Additional Example
14:42

Further Simplification of a Force and Couple System
02:00

Further Simplification of a Force and Couple System- Additional Example
10:27

Rigid Body Equilibrium in Two Dimensions
04:02

Rigid Body Equilibrium in Two Dimensions- Additional Example
12:51

Rigid Body Equilibrium in Three Dimensions
04:51

Two Force Members
01:21
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Structural Analysis
8 Lectures 01:16:36
Method of Sections
03:31

Method of Sections- Additional Example
14:28

How to Determine if a Member is in Tension or Compression
03:50

Simple Trusses
19:20

Zero Force Members
04:54

Zero Force Members- Additional Example
10:28

Frames and Machines
01:49

Frames and Machines- Additional Example
18:16
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Centroids and Second Moments of Area
7 Lectures 01:18:37
How to Calculate a Centroid
06:05


Centroid of a Wire
10:44

Reduction of a Simple Distributed Loading
08:15


Moments of Inertia
05:52

Moments of Inertia- Additional Example
15:21
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Internal Forces in Structural Members
4 Lectures 37:42
Internal Forces in Structural Members
03:46

Internal Forces in Structural Members-Additional Example
09:32

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams
12:21

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams- Additional Example
12:03
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UP Engineering is an esteemed group of engineers who tutor the engineering courses that they themselves completed at university. Due to their experience in the course, they know how students think and understand where and why students struggle. Therefore, the tutors are able to explain thoroughly via easy-to-understand, step by step explanations to help students better understand the key concepts of the course.