A Course on Engineering Mechanics: Statics — Udemy — Last updated 10/2020 — Free download

Force system acting on a stationary particle or rigid body

What you’ll learn

  • The concepts of Engineering Mechanics in a logical, innovative and lucid manner.
  • An approach to tackle numerical problems.
  • Visualize and analysis the force system and motion of the body.


  • Be able to understand school level mathematics and physics
  • The subject of mechanics is fundamental to so many fields of study in the physical science and engineering. In its broad sense, mechanics may be defined as the science which describes and predicts the conditions of rest or motion of bodies under the action of forces.
  • From the engineering perspective, the important area of mechanics are the mechanics of solid and of fluid. In this course, we consider only the mechanics of rigid type of solid bodies which is divided into two parts: statics and dynamics.
  • In statics, we consider the effects and distribution of forces on rigid bodies which are remain at rest. In dynamics, we consider the various motions of rigid bodies and correlate them with the forces causing them.
  • The scope of this course is limited to statics part of Engineering Mechanics where we will study the effect of force system on a particle or rigid body which is at rest.

Who this course is for:

  • Under graduate and Diploma students


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