Engineering Mechanics

Course Description

In this course, Prof. U.S. Dixit and Dr. G. Saravana Kumar give 40 video lectures on Engineering Mechanics.

Engineering Mechanics
Lecture 22: Stability of Equilibrium.
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Fundamentals Of Engineering Mechanics Play Video
2 Equations of Equilibrium Play Video
3 Truss Analysis (Part I) Play Video
4 Truss Analysis (Part II) Play Video
5 Analysis of Frames & Machines Play Video
6 Internal Forces Play Video
7 Internal Forces in Beams Play Video
8 Cables Play Video
9 Friction Play Video
10 Application of Friction (Part I) Play Video
11 Application of Friction (Part II) Play Video
12 Application of Friction (Part III) Play Video
13 Centroids & Center of Mass Play Video
14 Centroids & Area of Moments Play Video
15 Product of Inertia, Rotation of Axis and Principle Moments of Inertia Play Video
16 Principle Mass Moments of Inertia Play Video
17 Second Moment of Mass Play Video
17 Second Moment of Mass Play Video
18 Virtual Work of Ideal System Play Video
19 Principle of Virtual Work Play Video
20 Systems with Friction Play Video
21 Potential Energy Play Video
22 Stability of Equilibrium Play Video
23 Kinematics of a Particles Play Video
24 Kinematics of a Particle Moving on a Curve Play Video
25 Relative Motion Play Video
26 Plane Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Play Video
27 Kinematics of a Particle Play Video
28 Work and Enjoy Play Video
29 Impulse and Momentum Play Video
30 Direct and Oblique Impulse Play Video
31 Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies Play Video
32 Kinetics of a Body Play Video
33 Method of Momentum and Analysis of Robot Manipulator Play Video
34 Kinematics in 3D Play Video
35 Kinetics in 3D Play Video
36 Free Vibration Play Video
37 Forced Vibration (Damped Undamped) Play Video
38 Vibration of Rigid Bodies (Part I) Play Video
39 Vibration of Rigid Bodies (Part II) Play Video
40 Some Problems of Vibration Play Video


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khaja Najmuddin wrote 10 years ago.
I would like to brush up my knowledge on Eng. mechanics.
I am currently working in US, can you take some online

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