## COURSE OBJECTIVES

To demonstrate students the basic principles of Engineering Mechanics, namely, Engineering Statics and Engineering Dynamics. The emphasis will be on pyschomotor skills.

## COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)

CLO-1: Execute experiments and find out unknowns such as forces, moments, positions and velocities etc. (P2)
CLO-2: Calculate theoretical values of variables of concern and compare them with experimental values. (C3)
CLO-3: Contribute effectively as an individual member of a team. (A2)

## COURSE CONTENTS

1. Vector Board
• Experiment # 01a:
• To study the Equilibrium of Torque for Parallel Forces.
• Experiment # 01b:
• To study the Equilibrium of Torque for Non-Parallel Forces.

2. Jib Crane

• Experiment # 02:
• To analyze Forces in Jib Crane.

3. Two Arm Lever

• Experiment # 03:
• Investigation of the Equilibrium of Moments on a Two-Arm Lever.

4. Horizontal Plane

• Experiment # 04:
• Coefficient of friction on horizontal surface
• Experiment # 05:
• Coefficient of friction on inclined plane.

5. Truss

• Experiment # 06:

6. Bearing Friction

• Experiment # 07:
• Understanding Bearing Friction

7. Suspension Bridge

• Experiment # 08
• Analysis of Suspension Bridge

8. Centrifugal Force

• Experiment # 09:
• Measurement of Centrifugal Forces

9. Porter Governor

• Experiment # 10:
• Mechanism of Porter governor

10. Proell Governor

• Experiment # 11:
• Mechanism of Proell governor

11. Hartnell Governor

• Experiment # 12:
• Mechanism of Hartnell governor

12. Gyroscope

• Experiment # 13:
• Mechanism of Gyroscope

13. Flywheel

• Experiment # 14:
• Moment of Inertia of Flywheel

14. Moving disk Inclined Plane

• Experiment # 15:
• Moment of inertia of disk moving down the inclined plane

15. Moment of Inertia of Rotating Bodies

• Experiment # 16:
• To measure Moment of Inertia of Rotating Bodies

16. Coriolis force

• Experiment # 17:
• Demonstrate the effect of the Coriolis force in a rotating frame of reference system