Engineering Mechanics for 1st Year Engineering Students

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Published 9/2013 English

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This course is directed towards the 1st year engineering students. Students of Mumbai University will also find solutions to previous exam papers solved in this course.

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  • Enrolment in an Engineering Curriculum
  • Deep understanding of related Maths and Physics concepts

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  • Aid in preparation for Mechanical Engineering Class

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  • 1st Year Engineering Students
  • Students studying Mechanical Engineering

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Section 1: Introduction
01:18

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Section 2: Centroid
Finding the Centroid of Areas Part-1
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13:44
Finding Centroid of Areas Part-2
12:32
Finding Centroid of Areas Part-3
11:26
Section 3: Moment of Inertia
Moment of Inertia Basics Part-1
09:35
Moment of Inertia about a given Axis Part-2
09:58
Moment of Inertia about a Centroidal Axis Part-3
08:52
Section 4: Concurrent Forces
Finding the Resultant Part-1
12:40
Finding Two Unknowns Part-2
09:14
Spheres and Cylinders Part-3
14:40
Spheres and Cylinders Part-4
11:23
Section 5: Non-Concurrent Forces
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-1 (Basics)
08:59
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-2 (Finding Resultant)
11:32
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-3 (Equilibrium Equations)
09:57
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-4 (Beams-1)
08:24
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-5 (Beams-2)
06:16
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-6 (Beams-Exam Problems)
07:19
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-7 (Truss - Method of Joints)
07:36
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-8 (Truss - Method of Sections-1)
09:56
Non-Concurrent Forces Part-9 (Truss - Method of Sections-2)
06:44
Section 6: Friction
Friction Part-1 (Basics)
06:17
Friction Part-2 (Type 1)
06:49
Friction Part-3 (Type 2)
07:13
Friction Part-4 (Type 3)
07:51
Friction Part-5 (Type 4)
08:32
Friction Part-6 (Type 5)
06:04
Friction Part-7 (Type 6)
04:04
Section 7: Forces in Space
Forces in Space Part-1
07:25
Forces in Space Part-2
07:03
Forces in Space Part-3
06:53
Section 8: Kinematics of Particles
Kinematics of Particles Part-1 (Straight Line Motion)
11:05
Kinematics of Particles Part-2 (Straight Line Motion Graphic-1)
05:51
Kinemarics of Particles Part-3 (Straight Line Motion Graphic-2)
06:02
Kinematics of Particles Part-4 (Curvilinear Motion - Basic Equations)
09:54
Kinematics of Particles Part-5 (Curvilinear Motion - Solved Problems)
08:10
Section 9: Projectile Motion
Projectile Motion Part-1 (Basics)
11:53
Projectile Motion Part-2 (Type 1-Same Level)
07:08
Projectile Motion Part-3 (Type 2-Different Level)
10:06
Projectile Motion Part-4 (Type 3-Plane Intersection)
06:59
Projectile Motion Part-5 (Type 4-Time Related)
12:50
Section 10: Relative Velocity
Relative Velocity
05:45
Section 11: Kinematics of Rigid Bodies
Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Part-1
12:17
Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Part-2 (Instantaneous Center)
13:02
Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Part-3 (Single and Double Link)
09:30
Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Part-4 (Three Link)
07:44
Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Part-5 (Miscellaneous Problems)
08:54
Section 12: Kinetics of Particles
Kinetics of Particles Part-1 (Basics)
04:30
Kinetics of Particles Part-2 (Type 1)
07:04
Kinetics of Particles Part-3 (Type 2)
05:47
Kinetics of Particles Part-4 (Type 3)
09:44
Kinetics of Particles Part-5 (Type 4)
07:04
Section 13: Work Energy Principles
Work Energy Principles - Theory
04:27
Work Energy Principles - Solved Problems-1
11:01
Work Energy Principles - Solved Problems-2
11:21
Work Energy Principles - Solved Problems-3
09:59
Section 14: Impact and Collision
Impact and Collision - Introduction
04:48
Impact and Collision - Direct
03:24
Impact and Collision - Oblique
06:50
Impact and Collision - Infinite Mass
08:35
Impact and Collision - Oblique with Infinite Mass
05:09
Impact and Collision - Pendulum-1
08:11
Impact and Collision - Pendulum-2
06:24
Impact and Collision - Spring
09:55
Impact and Collision - Projectile
08:36
Section 15: Misl. Exam Solutions
Centroid - 2009
05:40
Centroid - 2010
10:49
Centroid - Dec 2011
04:15
Centroid - May 2011
08:58
Moment of Inertia - 2010
07:33
Moment of Intertia - Dec 2011
07:53
Moment of Intertia - May 2011
11:44
Projectile Motion - 2008
05:53
Projectile Motion - 2009
07:16
Projectile Motion - 2010
07:24
Kinematics of Rigid Bodies - Dec 2011
05:16
Section 16: Exam Solutions: Set 1
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q1
08:48
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q2a
04:55
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q2b
04:59
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q3a
06:30
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q3b
03:47
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q4a
04:31
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q4b
04:23
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q5a
02:33
Exam Solutions for December 2011 Q5b
05:12

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