What you'll learn
- This course is all about how forces on bodies in motion - everything from ballistics, to collisions, machines and more. This is a standard course taken by many engineering students.
- I have included all my notes in two forms: unfilled (blank) and filled. I recommend the unfilled notes and then fill them in as you watch the videos.
- I would recommend my or any statics course prior to taking this course. Some background in Physics is also nice. But I try to teach you regardless of your background.
This course is typically required of Mechanical Engineering students and may be taken by other engineering students. The course is all about MOTION - how to describe motion, what causes motion, and what forces come from motion. After watching my videos you will be able to analyze mechanical systems and you will begin to have the tools to design machines and other mechanical systems.
20+ hours of video instruction, all of my notes both filled and unfilled, everything I give to my students - all for you!
Who this course is for:
- This course is idea for current engineering students, anyone interested in engineering and STEM concepts, and perhaps advanced high school students looking to learn more about engineering.
Dr. Michael Reynolds is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Online Engineering Education. Michael has been an engineering professor for 10 years, teaching various mechanical engineering courses. Michael received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University in 2004. Michael does research in control systems, vibrations, bio mechanics, and engineering education. Michael is passionate about teaching and aims to make every course an excellent experience. Michael's motto is "your success is my success".