Basics of engineering mechanics (statics and dynamics) course with all fundamentals and basic concepts of the subject. Below is complete outline of the subject as taught in mechanical engineering undergraduate course. It is compulsory for all mechanical engineers to revise basic concepts of engineering mechanics syllabus and other courses to stay updated with knowledge of the subjects and for a better performance during interviews. Engineering mechanics is a core subject in mechanical engineering degree taught during junior years of undergraduate degree because this is where engineering starts from. It has been observed that engineering students fail to give appropriate answers to technical questions during job interviews. This short introduction to all topics of engineering mechanics will help you revise all basic concepts.

- Engineering Mechanics - Introduction
- Force - Basic Definition
- Resultant Force
- System of Forces
- Lami's Theorem
- Moment of a Force
- Varignon's Principle of Moments
- Parallel Forces
- Couple - Moment of a couple
- Center of Gravity
- Moment of Inertia
- Friction and Its types
- Limiting Angle of Friction
- Angle of Repose
- Minimum Force Required to Slide a Body on Horizontal Plane
- Effort Required to Move the Body on an Inclined Plane
- Screw Jack
- Lifting Machine (Lift)
- Systems of Pulleys
- Truss or Frame
- Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Retardation
- Equations of Linear Motion
- Newton's Laws of Motion
- Mass, Weight, Momentum and Inertia
- D-Alembert's Principle
- Motion of a Lift or Elevator
- Motion of Two Bodies Connected by a String over a pulley
- Projectile Motion
- Equation of the Path of a Projectile
- Angular Displacement
- Angular Velocity
- Angular Acceleration
- Simple Harmonic Motion
- Velocity and Acceleration of a Particle Moving With Simple Harmonic Motion
- Simple Pendulum
- Closely Coiled Helical Spring
- Compound Pendulum
- Center of Percussion / Oscillation
- Torsional Pendulum
- Centripetal and Centrifugal Force
- Superelevation | Angle of Inclination
- Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
- Mechanical Work | Definition | Formula
- Mechanical Power | Definition | Formula
- Mechanical Energy | Definition | Types

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