Applied Mechanics

Applied Mechanics Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IoE), Tribhuwan University (TU)

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Created by Mero School Last updated Sun, 30-May-2021 Nepali
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  • "After Completion of this Course, Students will get basics of Applied Mechanics based on syllabus of IoE and will be able to secure good score in IoE exam."

Curriculum for this course
156 Lessons 46:30:05 H:M:S
1. Marks Distribution
1 Lessons 00:04:22 H:M:S
  • Syllabus and marks distribution 00:04:22 Free
  • 1. Definition and Concept 00:05:04 Free
  • 2. Concept of Rigid and Deformed bodies 00:05:57 Free
  • 3. Fundamental Concept of Mechanics 00:03:57
  • 4. Fundamental Principles of Mechanics 00:10:40
  • 5. Sample Questions from Chapter 1 00:06:47
  • 1. Concept of Particle and Rigid Body 00:10:11
  • 2. Physical Meaning of equilibrium and equations of equilibrium 00:06:39
  • 3. Numerical Type 1 00:08:07
  • 4. Numerical Type 2 00:07:42
  • 5. Numerical Type 3 00:04:20
  • 6. Numerical Type 4 00:16:40
  • 1. Different types of forces 00:11:18
  • 2. Composition and Resolution of forces 00:06:54
  • 3. Numerical on Resolution and Composition 00:12:14
  • 4. Principle of transmissibility and equivalent force 00:08:55
  • 5. Moment of a force about a point 00:07:11
  • 6. Principle of moments and Varignon's theorem 00:08:53
  • 7. Couple 00:05:12
  • 8. Numerical on resolution of force into force and couple 00:03:33
  • 9. Couple as a free vector 00:09:58
  • 10. Wrench 00:05:47
  • 11. Numerical on wrench 00:05:21
  • 1. Concept of Center of gravity and centroid 00:05:48
  • 2. Centroid of Line, Area and Volume 00:06:50
  • 3. Centroid of some common geometrical figures 00:05:06
  • 4. Numerical on centroid Type 1 00:10:05
  • 5. Numerical on centroid Type 2 00:11:54
  • 6. Moment of Inertia 00:06:16
  • 7. MOI of some common geometric figures 00:04:58
  • 8. Parallel Axis Theorem_1 00:08:15
  • 9. Numerical on MOI 1 00:12:07
  • 10. Numerical on MOI 2 00:07:55
  • 11. Numerical on MOI 3 00:12:39
  • 12. Centroid (Old Video) 00:25:31
  • 13. Moment of Inertia (Old Video) 00:19:48
  • 1. Introduction 00:02:35
  • 2. Laws of Dry Friction 00:09:38
  • 3. Angle of Friction 00:04:05
  • 4. Angle of Repose 00:02:51
  • 5. High Tension Friction Grip bolts 00:02:46
  • 6. Some theory questions 00:05:18
  • 7. Numerical 1 00:06:30
  • 8. Numerical 2 00:07:47
  • 1. Introduction to discrete and continuum structure 00:08:26
  • 2. concept of load estimating and support idealization 00:08:32
  • 3. Classification of beams and frames 00:07:01
  • 4. Determinacy and Indeterminacy 00:08:19
  • 5. Calculation of Axial Force, Shear Force and Bending Moment 00:06:36
  • 6. Relation between load, shear and BM 00:08:55
  • 7. Problem on beam 1 00:25:13
  • 8. Numerical on Beam 2 00:24:01
  • 9. Problem on beam 3 00:38:11
  • 10. Problem on beam 4 00:30:13
  • 11. Problem on beam 5 00:35:34
  • 12. Problem on beam 6 00:37:50
  • 13. Problem on beam 7 00:38:49
  • 14. Problem on beam 8 00:31:20
  • 15. Problem on beam 9 00:41:21
  • 16. Problem on beam 10 00:28:32
  • 17. Numerical on Frame 1 00:42:37
  • 18. Numerical on Frame 2 00:32:11
  • 19. Numerical on Frame 3 00:41:00
  • 20. Numerical on Frame 4 00:49:58
  • 21. Numerical on Frame 5 00:43:42
  • 22. Numerical on Frame 6 00:38:18
  • 23. Numerical on Frame 7 00:40:59
  • 24. Numerical on Frame 8 00:38:40
  • 25. Numerical on Frame 9 00:40:26
  • 26. Numerical on Frame 10 00:37:58
  • 27. Numerical on Frame 11 00:48:35
  • 28. Numerical on Frame 12 00:44:33
  • 29. Numerical on Frame 13 00:47:55
  • 1. Uses of truss 00:06:22
  • 2. Determinacy and Indeterminacy of truss 00:04:22
  • 3. Method of joint 00:18:29
  • 4. Truss Joint Method 00:23:20
  • 5. Method of sections 00:15:46
  • 6. Truss Section Method 00:22:56
  • 1. Introduction to kinematics 00:04:26
  • 2. Introduction to rectilinear motion 00:03:35
  • 3. Determination of motion of particles 00:04:56
  • 4. numerical-1 on determination of motion of particles 00:05:38
  • 5. numerical-2 on determination of motion of particle 00:08:17
  • 6. Types of rectilinear motion 00:04:18
  • 7. Relative motion and vertical motion 00:06:47
  • 8. Numerical on Vertical motion 00:20:25
  • 9. Dependent motion 00:08:47
  • 10. Curvilinear motion 00:06:07
  • 11. Numerical on Curvilinear motion 00:12:52
  • 12. Projectile and its derivative 00:08:41
  • 1. Introduction to kinetics 00:04:26
  • 2. Linear momentum, Angular momentum and Impule momentum principle 00:11:56
  • 3. Numerical on linear momentum and angular momentum 00:11:52
  • 4. Dynamic Equilibrium 00:03:17
  • 5. Equation of motion-Rectilinear and Curvilinear 00:08:27
  • 6. Numerical on equation of motion 1 00:13:58
  • 7. Numerical 2 00:05:39
  • 8. Numerical 3 00:07:13
  • 1. 2078 baisakh
    • 1. Question No.1 00:04:43
    • 2. Question No.2 00:14:27
    • 3. Question No.3 00:17:35
    • 4. Question No.4 00:15:24
    • 5. Question No.5 00:41:59
    • 6. Quesdtion No.6 00:16:54
    • 7. Question No.7 00:07:56
    • 8. Question No.8 00:08:42
    • 9. Question No.9 00:16:41
    2. 2077-Chaitra
    • 1. Question No.1 00:03:56
    • 2. Question No.2 00:15:35
    • 3. Question No.3 00:14:32
    • 4. Question No.4 00:15:58
    • 6. Question No.6 00:19:21
    • 7. Question No.7 00:09:10
    • 8. Question No.8 00:12:46
    • 9. Question No.9 00:14:49
    3. 2076 chaitra
    • 1. Question No.1 00:04:31
    • 2. Question No.2 00:14:48
    • 3. Question No.3 00:12:10
    • 4. Question No.4 00:41:16
    • 5. Question No.5 00:16:26
    • 6. Question No.6 00:12:41
    • 7. Question. No.7 00:05:40
    • 8. Question No.8 00:06:52
    • 9. Question No.9 00:17:22
    4. 2075 chaitra
    • 1. Question No.1 00:01:50
    • 2. Question No.2 00:10:16
    • 3. Question No.3 00:11:13
    • 4. Question No.4 00:06:58
    • 5. Question No.5 00:05:04
    • 6. Question no.6 00:07:29
    • 7. Question No.7 00:18:26
    • 8. Question No.8 00:37:04
    • 9. Question no.9 00:10:07
    • 10. Question No.10 00:11:40
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    • "Students are required to have knowledge of Applied Mechanics based on syllabus of IoE "
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    The videos herein are strictly based on syllabus of Institute of Engineering Tribhuwan University, Nepal promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "Bachelor in Engineering(BE) appearing students", for securing good results. The course tries to cover all the basics of Beam, Frame, Centroid, Moment of Inertia and Truss( by Section Method and Joint Method), with most frequently asked questions in final exam of BE along with fundamental theories and numerical solutions. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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