Engineering Dynamics course & examples, 15+hours mechanical


  • background in calculus
  • good knowledge of Statics and Mathematics



Engineering mechanics is both a foundation and a framework for most of the branches of engineering. Many of the topics in such areas as civil, mechanical, aerospace, and agricultural engineering, and of course engineering mechanics itself, are based upon the subjects of statics and dynamics. Even in a discipline such as electrical engineering, practitioners, in the course of considering the electrical components of a robotic device or a manufacturing process, may find themselves first having to deal with the mechanics involved. Thus, the engineering mechanics sequence is critical to the engineering curriculum.

The primary purpose of the study of engineering mechanics is to develop the capacity to predict the effects of force and motion while carrying out the creative design functions of engineering. The aim of this course is to set a great foundation of dynamics for most of the engineering students.

This course is for those students in second year of university who have good knowledge of Statics and Mathematics. Before starting this course you should be with some basic and important subjects, including applied mathematics, physics, and graphics. In addition, these courses serve as excellent settings in which to strengthen problem-solving abilities.

In first for chapters that constitute the first part of our course we cover the dynamics of particles. In second part of the course we go and obtain the equations for rigid bodies.

Keywords: Mechanical Dynamic Mechanic Dynamic mechanical engineering

Who this course is for:

  • Civil Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • College Students
  • People preparing for Engineering in Training (EIT)
  • People preparing for Fundamental Engineering (FE)

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