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SubjectId Discipline Name Subject Name Coordinators Type Institute Link
112108091 Mechanical Engineering Computational Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Prof. Pradip Dutta Web IISc Bangalore CLICKHERE
112108093 Mechanical Engineering Robotics: Advanced Concepts and Analysis Prof. Ashitava Ghosal Web IISc Bangalore CLICKHERE
112108148 Mechanical Engineering Basic Thermodynamics Prof. K. Srinivasan,Prof. Pradip Dutta Web IISc-BANGLORE CLICKHERE
112108149 Mechanical Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer Prof. Pradip Dutta Web IISc-BANGLORE CLICKHERE
112108150 Mechanical Engineering Materials Science Prof. Satish V Kailas Web IISc-BANGLORE CLICKHERE
112101001 Mechanical Engineering Second Level Course in Heat Transfer Prof. R.P. Vedula Web IIT Bombay CLICKHERE
112101005 Mechanical Engineering Design For Manufacturing Prof. A. De Web IIT Bombay CLICKHERE
112101096 Mechanical Engineering Dynamics of Machines Prof. P. Seshu,Prof. K. Kurien Issac,Prof. C. Amarnath Web IIT Bombay CLICKHERE
112101098 Mechanical Engineering Robotics Prof. C. Amarnath,Prof. B. Seth,Prof. K. Kurien Issac,Prof. P.S. Gandhi,Prof. P. Seshu Web IIT Bombay CLICKHERE
112102015 Mechanical Engineering Tribology Dr. Harish Hirani Web IIT Delhi CLICKHERE
112103016 Mechanical Engineering Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics Prof. P. Mahanta Web IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103021 Mechanical Engineering Gas Dynamics Dr. Vinayak Kulkarni Web IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103022 Mechanical Engineering Nonlinear Vibration Prof. S.K. Dwivedy Web IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103023 Mechanical Engineering Nonlinear Vibration Prof. S.K. Dwivedy Video IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103024 Mechanical Engineering Theory & Practice of Rotor Dynamics Prof. Rajiv Tiwari Web IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103025 Mechanical Engineering Theory & Practice of Rotor Dynamics Prof. Rajiv Tiwari Video IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103174 Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics and Manufacturing Automation Dr. Shrikrishna N. Joshi Web IIT Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103109 Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics Prof. U.S. Dixit Web IIT- Guwahati CLICKHERE
112103111 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Vibrations Prof. Rajiv Tiwari,Prof. S.K. Dwivedy Web IIT- Guwahati CLICKHERE
112104030 Mechanical Engineering Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer Prof. Gautam Biswas Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104031 Mechanical Engineering Computer Aided Engineering Design Dr. Anupam Saxena Video IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104033 Mechanical Engineering Engine Combustion Prof. B.P. Pundir Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104039 Mechanical Engineering Optical Measurement Techniques in Thermal Sciences Prof. K. Muralidhar,Prof. P.K. Panigrahi Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104040 Mechanical Engineering Principles of Vibration Control Prof. Bishakh Bhattacharya Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104158 Mechanical Engineering Modelling and control of Dynamic Electro-Mechanical System Prof. Bishakh Bhattacharya Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104160 Mechanical Engineering Structural Health Monitoring of Composites Prof. Anand Kumar ,Prof. Bishakh Bhattacharya Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104161 Mechanical Engineering Mechanics of Laminated composite structure Prof. Nachiketa Tiwari Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104168 Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Composites Prof. Nachiketa Tiwari Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104173 Mechanical Engineering Smart Material, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Mechanical Systems – IITK Prof. Bishakh Bhattacharya,Prof. Nachiketa Tiwari Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112104176 Mechanical Engineering Sound Propagation Through Media Prof. Nachiketa Tiwari Web IIT Kanpur CLICKHERE
112105051 Mechanical Engineering Solar Energy Technology Prof. V.V. Satyamurty Video IIT Kharagpur CLICKHERE
112105054 Mechanical Engineering Vibration of Structures Prof. A. Dasgupta Web IIT Kharagpur CLICKHERE
112105125 Mechanical Engineering Design of Machine Elements I Prof. S.K. Roychowdhury,Prof. B. Maiti,Prof. G. Chakraborty Web IIT Kharagpur CLICKHERE
112105127 Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Processes II Prof. A.K. Chattopadhyay,Prof. A.B. Chattopadhyay,Prof. S. Paul Web IIT Kharagpur CLICKHERE
112105129 Mechanical Engineering Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Prof. M. Ramgopal Web IIT Kharagpur CLICKHERE
112106133 Mechanical Engineering Applied Thermodynamics Prof. T. Sundararajan,Prof. U.S. Premananda Shet,Prof. J.M. Mallikarjuna Web IIT Madras CLICKHERE
112106137 Mechanical Engineering Machine Design II Prof. K. Gopinath,Prof. M.M. Mayuram Web IIT Madras CLICKHERE
112106139 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Prof. S.P. Venkateshan,Prof. Shunmugam M. S Web IIT Madras CLICKHERE
112106141 Mechanical Engineering Strength of Materials Prof. M.S. Sivakumar Web IIT Madras CLICKHERE
112106175 Mechanical Engineering Fluid Power Control Jagadeesha T Web IIT Madras CLICKHERE
112107077 Mechanical Engineering Advanced Manufacturing Processes Dr. A. K. Sharma,Dr. Pradeep Kumar Web IIT Roorkee CLICKHERE
112107080 Mechanical Engineering Computational Fluid Dynamics Dr. K. M. Singh Web IIT Roorkee CLICKHERE
112107085 Mechanical Engineering Processing of non metals Dr. Inderdeep Singh Web IIT Roorkee CLICKHERE
112107088 Mechanical Engineering Vibration control Dr. S. P. Harsha Web IIT Roorkee CLICKHERE
112107089 Mechanical Engineering Welding Engineering Dr. D. K. Dwivedi Video IIT Roorkee CLICKHERE
112107090 Mechanical Engineering Welding Engineering Dr. D. K. Dwivedi Web IIT Roorkee CLICKHERE
112102102 Mechanical Engineering Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing I Prof. Anoop Chawla Web IIT-Delhi CLICKHERE
112102103 Mechanical Engineering Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing II Prof. P.V. Madhusudan Rao Web IIT-Delhi CLICKHERE
112102105 Mechanical Engineering Kinematics Prof. Sudipto Mukherjee,Prof. Ashok K Mallik Web IIT-Delhi CLICKHERE
112102107 Mechanical Engineering Project and Production Management Prof. Arun Kanda,Prof. S.G. Deshmukh Web IIT-Delhi CLICKHERE
112104113 Mechanical Engineering Basic Thermodynamics Prof. Y.V.C. Rao,Prof. Gautam Biswas Web IIT-KANPUR CLICKHERE
112104116 Mechanical Engineering Finite Element Method Prof. P.M. Dixit Web IIT-KANPUR CLICKHERE
112104117 Mechanical Engineering Fluid Machinery Prof. Gautam Biswas,Prof. S. Sarkar,Prof. S.K. Som Web IIT-KANPUR CLICKHERE
112104118 Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Prof. Gautam Biswas,Prof. S.K. Som Web IIT-KANPUR CLICKHERE
112104120 Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Turbulence Prof. Gautam Biswas Web IIT-KANPUR CLICKHERE
112104122 Mechanical Engineering Materials Selection and Design Prof. Bishakh Bhattacharya Web IIT-KANPUR CLICKHERE
112107142 Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Prof. Pradeep Kumar,Prof. H.S. Shan,Prof. P.K. Jain Web IIT-ROORKEE CLICKHERE
112107144 Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Processes I Prof. H.S. Shan,Prof. S.R. Gupta,Prof. Pradeep Kumar Web IIT-ROORKEE CLICKHERE
112107146 Mechanical Engineering Strength of Materials Dr. Satish C Sharma Web IIT-ROORKEE CLICKHERE

NPTEL COURSES AVAILABLE IN INTRANET

112101002 Mechanical Engineering Convective Heat and Mass Transfer Prof. A.W. Date Video Click here
112101004 Mechanical Engineering Cryogenic Engineering Prof. M.D. Atrey Video Click here
112101095 Mechanical Engineering Advanced Strength of Materials Prof. S.K. Maiti Video Click here
112101097 Mechanical Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer Prof. U.N. Gaitonde,Prof. S.P. Sukhatme Video Click here
112101099 Mechanical Engineering Robotics Prof. C. Amarnath,Prof. B. Seth,Prof. K. Kurien Issac,Prof. P.S. Gandhi,Prof. P. Seshu Video Click here
112102014 Mechanical Engineering Tribology Dr. Harish Hirani Video Click here
112102101 Mechanical Engineering Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Prof. Anoop Chawla,Prof. P.V. Madhusudan Rao Video Click here
112102106 Mechanical Engineering Project and Production Management Prof. Arun Kanda Video Click here
112103108 Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics Dr. G. Saravana Kumar,Prof. U.S. Dixit Video Click here
112103112 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Vibrations Prof. Rajiv Tiwari,Prof. S.K. Dwivedy Video Click here
112104029 Mechanical Engineering Biomicroelectromechanical systems Dr. Shantanu Bhattacharya Video Click here
112104114 Mechanical Engineering Dynamics of Machines Prof. Amitabha Ghosh Video Click here
112104115 Mechanical Engineering Finite Element Method Prof. C.S. Upadhyay Video Click here
112104121 Mechanical Engineering Kinematics of Machines Prof. Ashok K Mallik Video Click here
112105045 Mechanical Engineering Computational Fluid Dynamics Prof. S. Chakraborty Video Click here
112105055 Mechanical Engineering Vibration of Structures Prof. A. Dasgupta Video Click here
112105123 Mechanical Engineering Basic Thermodynamics Prof. S.K. Som Video Click here
112105124 Mechanical Engineering Design of Machine Elements I Prof. S.K. Roychowdhury,Prof. B. Maiti,Prof. G. Chakraborty Video Click here
112105126 Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Processes II Prof. A.K. Chattopadhyay,Prof. A.B. Chattopadhyay,Prof. S. Paul Video Click here
112105128 Mechanical Engineering Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Prof. R.C. Arora,Prof. M. Ramgopal Video Click here
112105171 Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Prof. S.K. Som Video Click here
112106064 Mechanical Engineering Design and Optimization of Energy systems Prof. C. Balaji Video Click here
112106065 Mechanical Engineering Engineering Fracture Mechanics Prof. K. Ramesh Video Click here
112106068 Mechanical Engineering Experimental Stress Analysis Prof. K. Ramesh Video Click here
112106073 Mechanical Engineering Rocket Propulsion Prof. K. Ramamurthi Video Click here
112106130 Mechanical Engineering Advanced Finite Elements Analysis Dr. R. Krishnakumar Video Click here
112106131 Mechanical Engineering Advanced Operations Research Prof. G. Srinivasan Video Click here
112106134 Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals of Operations Research Prof. G. Srinivasan Video Click here
112106135 Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Finite Element Method Dr. R. Krishnakumar Video Click here
112106138 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Prof. S.P. Venkateshan,Prof. Shunmugam M. S Video Click here
112106140 Mechanical Engineering Principles of Mechanical Measurements Prof. R. Raman Video Click here
112106155 Mechanical Engineering Conduction And Radiation Prof. C. Balaji Video Click here
112107078 Mechanical Engineering Advanced Manufacturing Processes Dr. A.K. Sharma Video Click here
112107086 Mechanical Engineering Processing of non metals Dr. Inderdeep Singh Video Click here
112107143 Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Dr. D.K. Dwivedi,Dr. Inderdeep Singh,Prof. Pradeep Kumar,Prof. P.K. Jain Video Click here
112107145 Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Processes I Dr. D.K. Dwivedi,Dr. Inderdeep Singh,Dr. D. Benny Karunakar Video Click here
112107147 Mechanical Engineering Strength of Materials Dr. S.P. Harsha Video Click here

ENGINEERING MECHANICS LECTURE WISE CONTENT OF VIDEO LECTURES OF PROF. K. RAMESH

Lecture Concepts Covered
Module 1 Lecture 1 Lecture 1 Introduction to Engineering Mechanics I Evolution of Structural Engineering, Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse, History of Strength of Materials, Contributions of  Archimedes and Leonardo da Vinci, Indian achievements in structural Engineering, Scientific Questions that puzzled generations, Notions on Space and Time by Aristotle, Galileo and Newton, Idea of Relativity in Sanskrit Literature, Newton’s Laws of Mechanics, Kepler’s prediction on motion of planets, Geocentric Theory, Timeline on Western contribution to Engineering Mechanics, Sanskrit Literature has layers of information, Law of Gravitation in Upanishads.
Module 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 2 Introduction to Engineering Mechanics II Geocentric  theory  to  Heliocentric  theory,  Circular  orbits  to  elliptical  orbits,  Western developments,  Gravitation  –  subtle  to  understand,  Vedic  view  has  always  been Heliocentric, Spinning of Moon, Earth, Sun, Plotting of ellipse, Classification of Engineering Mechanics, Frame of reference, Spinning of storms in different hemispheres, Limitations of Newtonian mechanics, Maxwell’s contribution, Michelson-Morley experiment, Speed of light in the Vedas, Einstein’s relativity postulates.
Module 1 Lecture 3 Lecture 3 Force Systems I Idealizations in engineering, Concept of a Rigid Body, Effect of a Force, Newton’s third law, Force interactions, Transmissibility of a Force, Classification of Force Systems (Concurrent, Coplanar, Non-concurrent, Non-coplanar, Collinear, Parallel), Composition and Resolution of Forces, Body and Surface Forces, Distributed and Concentrated Forces, Rate of Application of Force.
Module 1 Lecture 4 Lecture 4 Force Systems II Force Systems, Moment of a force, Varignon’s theorem, Exercise problem, Moment of a couple, Resolution of a force into a force and a couple, Examples, Resultants of force systems, Distinction between statics and dynamics.
Module 1 Lecture 5 Lecture 5 Equilibrium of Rigid bodies I Necessary and sufficient conditions for equilibrium of – a particle, system of particles, single rigid body and interconnected rigid bodies. Equilibrium conditions for two force member, three force member and coplanar force system. Free-Body Diagram, Reactions at supports for a 2D structure – class I, class II and class III supports.
Module 1 Lecture 6 Lecture 6 Equilibrium of Rigid bodies II Supports restraining both Translation and Rotation, Commonly used supports, Universal joint example – emphasizing the need for analyzing subsystems, Importance of stating idealizations, Free Body Diagram, Example problems, Step by step solution, Checking of sufficient and necessary conditions, Analysis of a Crimping tool.
Module 1 Lecture 7 Lecture 7 Trusses I Trusses found in real world structures, Construction of a typical joint in a Truss, Common Types of Trusses, Idealization of Joints, Construction of a Stable Truss, Deformation of a Truss, Classification of statically determinate and indeterminate trusses – Illustrative examples, Simple demonstrations.
Module 1 Lecture 8 Lecture 8 Trusses II Analysis  of  statically  determinate  trusses,  How  to  accommodate  the  weight  of  the individual member or snow in roof tops in analysis, Method of joints, Isolation of a joint, Representation of joint as a circle, Identification of tension or compression in the members and its representation in the sketch, Solution for a simple truss.
Module 1 Lecture 9 Lecture 9 Trusses III Method of  Sections, Solution of  the same truss for selected members by method of sections, Effective way to minimize computations, Identification of zero force members, Analysis of simple statically indeterminate trusses: external and internal redundancy, Analysis of a cross braced truss, Role of computers – current trends.
Module 1 Lecture 10 Lecture 10 Beams I Definition of beam, Slender members, Forces transmitted in a slender member, Forces transmitted by a beam, Classification of beams, Statically determinate and indeterminate beams, Some practical examples, Need for drawing forces transmitted by a beam along its length.
Module 1 Lecture 11 Lecture 11 Beams II Recapitulation  of  force  transmitted  by  a  slender  member,  Shear  force  and  Bending moment diagram, Subtleties’ in drawing FBD and writing the equilibrium conditions, Need for a sign convention, Various sign conventions and the one that will be adopted in the course, Influence of sign convention on drawing SFD and BMD, Understanding sign convention, Need for drawing loading diagram,  SFD and BMD one below the other and showing the relevant sign conventions appropriately.
Module 1 Lecture 12 Lecture 12 Beams III Revisiting  Sign  Conventions  for  SFD  and  BMD,  Drawing  SFD  and  BMD-  method  of calculation in finding reactions and writing FBD for desired sections, SFD and BMD for simple loading situations, Principle of Superposition, Inter-relationship between Loading, SFD and BMD- Differential equilibrium relationships.
Module 1 Lecture 13 Lecture 13 Beams IV Use of differential relations in identifying the slope of BMD and SFD, Finding the optimal position of supports – book shelf problem, Cantilever beam with triangularly varying loads, SFD and BMD for a simply supported beam, SFD and BMD for combination of loads, concentrated couple etc.
Module 1 Lecture 14 Lecture 14 Virtual Work I Work, Principle of virtual work, Active force diagram, Determination of position of equilibrium, Degrees of freedom, Demonstrations on position of equilibrium and degrees of freedom.
Module 1 Lecture 15 Lecture 15 Virtual Work II Methods of virtual work, Selection of independent variable, Mathematics involved in virtual work problem, Physics of virtual work problem, Sign convention for solving Problem in virtual work, Sample problems.
Module 1 Lecture 16 Lecture 16 Energy Relations Elastic potential energy, Gravitational potential energy, Stability of equilibrium, Equilibrium in terms of potential energy, Condition for equilibrium, Solution of problems involving springs.
Module 1 Lecture 17 Lecture 17 Review Before Quiz I Review of Force Systems, Discussion on how to employ resolution of a force into a force and a couple for determining the external load on a beam with protrusions, Solving a 3D force system, Review of  Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies, How proper use of mathematics can identify improper idealisation of supports, Review of Trusses, Solving a Space Truss, Review of Beams, Drawing SFD and BMD in the case of multiple loads in a beam, Review of Virtual Work, Determination of reactive force by Virtual work, Comparison with the Force Method.
Module 1 Lecture 18 Lecture 18 Friction I Friction a bane or a boon? Classifications of friction, External friction, Internal friction – fluid friction,  solid  friction  (material  damping), The  laws  of  dry friction,  Importance  of impending motion in friction problems, Co-efficient of friction, Angle of repose – Experimental determination, Phenomenon of stick slip, Selection of friction laws.
Module 1 Lecture 19 Lecture 19 Friction II Solution to the problem of a block with varying loads, Correct procedure for drawing FBD for friction problems, Guidelines for solving friction problems, Mechanism of static and dynamic friction, Rolling resistance – ball, roller and tapered roller bearings, Sliding or Tipping,  Investigation of sliding or tipping by solving an example, Wedge problem, Self- locking.
Module 1 Lecture 20 Lecture 20 Friction III Concept of Self-locking, Illustration with a wedge, Archimedes system of pulleys – Mechanical advantage,  Demonstration of holding a liter of water by a key chain with a string wound over a peg, Belt friction, Discussion on identifying correct frictional direction in brakes and belt drives, Labeling of tensions as T1   and T2, Influence of the mass of the belt, Example problems.
Module 2 Lecture 1 Lecture 21 Particle Dynamics When to idealise a problem on hand as a particle or a rigid body for analysis, Review of particle dynamics, Plane motion at constant acceleration, Projectile motion, Solving projectile  motion  when  monkey is  in  free fall,  Swirling  of  a  stone,  Terminal  velocity, Relative motion, Apparent weight, Inertial frame of reference, Stopping distance of a car.
Module 2 Lecture 2 Lecture 22 Circular Motion Derivative of unit vectors in Cartesian and Polar co-ordinates, Engineering examples of fixed-axis rotation, Analogy between rectilinear and angular motions, Detailed discussion on concept of rotation – a relook, Definition of angular velocity, Example problems.
Module 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 23 Absolute Motion Plane  kinematics  of  rigid  bodies,  Translation,  Curvilinear  translation,  General  Plane motion, Absolut motion analysis, What constitutes rolling, Kinematics relations of a rolling wheel without slipping, Example problems.
Module 2 Lecture 4 Lecture 24 Relative Motion I General  plane  motion,  Animations  to  demonstrate  that  general  plane  motion  is  a combination of translation as well as rotation, Derivation of expressions for velocity and acceleration, Animations to visualise motion of a rigid body from a non-rotating translating axes, Discussion of solution approach by graphical and vector algebra approach, Solution to problem on rolling using relative motion concept.
Module 2 Lecture 5 Lecture 25 Relative Motion II Appreciation of General plane motion as a combination of translation as well as rotation, Relative motion analysis using non-rotating translating axes, Solution to Slider crank mechanism to determine velocity and acceleration by – velocity and acceleration polygon and vector analysis approaches.
Module 2 Lecture 6 Lecture 26 Relative Motion III and Instantaneous Center Coincident  points,  Method  of  analysis  using  velocity  polygon  and  vectorial  analysis, Velocity analysis of Quick return mechanism – a practical application in Shaper, Instantaneous center of zero velocity, Example problems on rolling without slipping and analysis of Gear trains.
Module 2 Lecture 7 Lecture 27 Rotating frame of reference I- Velocity Choice of Polar/Intrinsic co-ordinates or Rotating Frame of Reference, Usual forms of rotating frames, Motion relative to rotating axes, Component of velocity measured from rotating frame, Understanding the terms in velocity, Relative velocity, Recap on non- rotating translating axes to identify the missing component in rotating frame, Recap on coincident point to understand vrel, Time derivative of a vector in fixed and rotating frames.
Module 2 Lecture 8 Lecture 28 Rotating frame of reference II- Acceleration Time derivative of a vector in fixed and rotating frame of reference, Derivation of acceleration in rotating co-ordinates, Understanding terms in acceleration, Various ways of interpreting the terms in acceleration, Coriolis acceleration term, Solving two example problems.
Module 2 Lecture 9 Lecture 29 Rotating frame of reference III- Choice of rotating frame of reference Recapitulation of expressions for velocity and acceleration in rotating frame, Discussion on what a person views from a fixed frame and rotating frame for the problems discussed in Lecture 8, Solving advanced problems involving Rotating Frames – Problem of a   multi utility truck and Quick return mechanism of a shaper.
Module 2 Lecture 10 Lecture 30 RFR- IV Crank and slotted bar Guidelines on how to identify a suitable choice of rotating frame of reference, Detailed discussions on solving crank and slotted bar problem, Evaluation of velocity using velocity polygon method, Using rotating frame of reference. Acceleration by rotating frame of reference, Visualisation of the mechanism from various standpoints through detailed animations,  Relevance  of  using  polar  co-ordinates  for  solving  the  problem  based  on particle dynamics, Guideline to select the origin of rotating frame of reference.
Module 2 Lecture 11 Lecture 31 RFR-V Understanding Coriolis Acceleration Understanding Coriolis acceleration, Deviation of the path due to Coriolis effect, Direction of Coriolis acceleration, A relook at frames attached to Earth, Coriolis effect due to Earth’s rotation, How Coriolis effect determines the motion of cyclones in Northern and Southern hemispheres,  Role  of  Coriolis  effect  in  Geocentric  vs.  Heliocentric  debate,  Work  of Coriolis, Multiple uses of Coriolis effect, Nature is far advanced!
Module 2 Lecture 12 Lecture 32 Kinetics I Plane  kinetics,  Kinetics  of  a  particle,  System  of  particles,  Expressions  for  angular momentum and rate of change of angular momentum with respect to mass point, fixed point and an arbitrary point, Kinetics of rigid bodies, General plane motion, Derivation of moment equation about mass point from  angular momentum and from first principle, Moment equation about an arbitrary point and fixed point, Interconnected rigid bodies.
Module 2 Lecture 13 Lecture 33 Kinetics II Kinetics of rigid bodies, Kinetic diagram, Governing equations in translation, curvilinear translation, fixed-axis rotation, Centre of percussion, Example problems in translation and curvilinear translation. Problem of a truck lifted along a slope by a pulley mass system, problem of lifting a rectangular block in vertical plane by parallel links.
Module 2 Lecture 14 Lecture 34 Kinetics III Application of kinetics to solve problems in translation, Mass point rotation, and General plane motion. Problems such as tipping of bottles, rolling without slipping, general plane motion of satellites, general plane motion of a car door opening in motion.
Module 2 Lecture 15 Lecture 35 3D Kinematics I Finite rotations are not vectors, Proof of infinitesimal rotations as vectors, 3D Kinematics, Fixed-axis rotation, Plane parallel motion, Fixed-point rotation, Body and space cones, Instantaneous  axis  of  rotation,  Precession  of  Earth,  Shifting  of  equinoxes  due  to precession, Error in the calendar, Indians calculated precession in 550 AD, Angular acceleration – Generic and simple cases.
Module 2 Lecture 16 Lecture 36 3D Kinematics II Calculation of angular acceleration through analogy when precession axis is rotating with constant   w, Determination of acceleration in a generic case, Discussion and comparison of fixed-axis rotation and fixed-point rotation, Example problems on fixed-axis rotation and fixed-point rotation, Determination of angular acceleration reflecting the directional change and the magnitude change in w.
Module 2 Lecture 17 Lecture 37 3D Kinematics III General motion of 3D bodies, Relative motion analysis, Non-rotating translating axes, Motion relative to rotating axes, Example problems illustrating the use of rotating axes, Rotating axes having fixed axis rotation, Interrelationships between co-ordinates, Rotating axes having fixed-point rotation.
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