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Engineering Mechanics-Pune University (What to study step by step)

ENGINEERING MECHANICS


Unit :1  a) principle of statics,force systems,resolutions and composition of forces concurrent  forues Moment of a force, Varigon's thorem, resultant of parallel force system Couple, Equivalent force couple sytem

b) Resultaut of general force system. Distributed forces Centroid of plane lamina and wire bends.


Unit:II    Kinematics Basie concepts, equations of motion for constant acceleration and motion under gravity Variable acceleration and motion curves, Relative motion and Dependent motion
b) Kinetics-Newton's sccond law of motion and its applicatins

Unit:III Study only basics definations and numericals    

  Unit:IV   
work energey principle for motion of particle
b) Impulse, momentam, directs central impact and coefficient of restitution Conservation
of momentum and Impulse momentum principles particles.

Unit: V
a) Free body diagram, equilibriun of concurent, paralel and general forces in a plane Equilibrium of three forces in a plane. Types of beams: simple and compound beams, type of supports and reaction concurrent andforces in a Space.                                                           

   Unit:VI

a) Two force members; analysis of plane trusses by method of joint and method of section
cables subjected to point loads. Multi force member, plane franes
b) Friction: law's of friction, application of friction on inclined plane. Wedges and ladders friction ,applications to flat belt


Topic Planned to Study

Chapter 1:         

 Introduction : Principle of statics force systems, resolution and Composition of forces. Resultant of concurrent forces Moment of a force, Varignon's theorem resultant of parallel force system Couple, Equivalent force couple system Resultant of general force system Distributed forces
Centroid of plane laminaCentroid of wire bends.(6marks)               

CHAPTER 2

Kinematics of rectilinear of motion

: Basic concepts(Simple problems revise concepts on youtube(6marks) equations of motion for constant acceleration
motion under gravity Variable acceleration
motion curves Concept of Relative motion
Numerica! based on relative motion
dependant motion.
a) Kinetics- Newton's second law
of motion
Its application And numerical
Kinematics of curvilinear motion
basic concepts (scoring only do basic rules of differentiation Must do previous year papers questions and refer techmax for study ) equation of motion in Cartesian co-ordinates
Numerical problems Path and polar co-ordinates Numerical problems Motion of projectiles Numerical problems Kinetics. Newton's second law of motion in Cartesian Path co-ordinates for curvilinear motion of a particle
Work, power, energy, conservative
and non-conservative forces
Numerical problems
a) Conservation of energy and work enerey principle for motion of particle.
b) Numerical problems
Impulse, momentum

Unit4)

Dcentral impact and coefficient of restitution (IMPORTANT 6MARKs BASED ON THESE TOPICS) Conservation of momentum

Numerical problems Impulse momentum principle of particle Numerical problems Concept of equilibrium of concurrent and Free body diagram parallel and general forces in a
plane Equilibrium of three forces in a
plane Numerical based on Equilibrium of
three forces in a plane                                        


UNIT V: 

Equillibrium Types of beams:
simple and compound beams       Types of Support and reactions.Numericals based on simple and compound beam     Resultant of concurrent and parallel forces in a space  a) equilibrium of concurrent and parallel forces in a space                                                                      


UNIT VI:                                           

  

FRICTION question EXPEXTED  and Analysis of truss and cables most scoring  
   

""EASY AND SCORING  CHAPTERS""             Resolution of forces, Analysis of trusses,frames,friction,work energy principle and equilibrium     By doing these chapter you will score (6+6+7+6+6=31marks Easily)          BEST OF LUCK !!!!!

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