Engineering Mechanics - An Introduction
- No prerequisite requirement
This course is for students in Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mechanics and Civil Engineering. This course introduces many definitions like Structures, Mechanisms, Deformable body, Rigid Body, Body force, Boundary force, Method of Sections, Equilibrium equations, degrees of freedom, Trusses, Beams, Frames, Cables and Shafts. This short course prepares student for the further study of Mechanics of Solids, Strength of Materials or Design of structures.
Who this course is for:
- Target students are Mechanical and Civil Engineering under graduate and graduate students, who are preparing for professional examinations like GATE, IES, PSU
- Particularly the students who are adopting a self study route, and is in look out of courses which could quick review and summary of the topic Engineering Mechanics
- It is also useful to students who are studying Strength of Materials or Mechanics of Solids course
Hi, I have done Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering and Master's in Construction Technology and Management. Both degrees from IITs (Indian Institute of Technology). I have qualified many national level examinations like N.T.S.E. (National Talent Search Examination), GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering), where I scored All India Rank 2 in Mechanical Engineering Paper. I also had All India Rank 25 in IES (Engineering Services Exam) in India. My work experience includes working as Planning Engineer in Construction company, and 10 plus years of experience as teaching Mechanical Engineering. I am here to provide first hand experience to students as to what is how to get top ranks in Professional examinations. And also it is not only about written examination, one has show one's quality in the interview that follows. In many PSUs the ratio of interview is 7:1, that is, for one seat 7 candidates are called for interview. So student has to prepared for that scenario also.