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Machines employ power to achieve desired forces and movement (motion). A machine has a power source and actuators that generate forces and movement, and a system of mechanisms that shape the actuator input to achieve a specific application of output forces and movement. Modern machines often include computers and sensors that monitor performance and plan movement, and are called mechanical systems.

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Course Syllabus
  • Module 1 - Lecture 1 - Rigid Body Motion
  • Module 1 - Lecture 2 - Rigid Body Motion
  • Module 1 - Lecture 3 - Dynamic Force Analysis of Mechanisms
  • Module 2 - Lecture 1 -Space Motion of Rigid Bodies
  • Module 2 - Lecture 2 - Inertia Tensor & Angular Momentum
  • Module 2 - Lecture 3 - Euler's Equation of Motion
  • Module 2 - Lecture 4 - Gyroscopic Action in Machines
  • Module 3 - Lecture 1 - Unbalance in Machines...
  • Module 3 - Lecture 2 - Rotary Balancing...
  • Module 3 - Lecture 3 - Balancing Machines...
  • Module 3 - Lecture 4 - Field Balancing of Rotars
  • Module 4 Lecture 1 Balancing of Single Slider Machines
  • Module 4 Lecture 2 Single- Cylinder Engine Balancing
  • Module 4 - Lecture 3 - In-Line Engine Balancing
  • Module 5 - Lecture 1 - V & Radial Engine Balancing
  • Module 6 - Lecture 1 - Turning Moment Diagram
  • Module 6 - Lecture 2 - Flywheel Analysis
  • Module 7 - Lecture 1 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 7 - Lecture 2 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 7 - Lecture 3 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 8 - Lecture 1 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 8 - Lecture 2 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 8 - Lecture 3 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 9 - Lecture 1 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 9 - Lecture 2 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 10 - Lecture 1 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 10 - Lecture 2 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 11 - Lecture 1 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 11 - Lecture 2 - Rotating Vector Approach...
  • Module 11 - Lecture 3 - Equivalent viscous damping...
  • Module 11 - Lecture 4 - Dynamics of Machines
  • Module 12 - Lecture 1 - Systems with two degree of freedom
  • Module 12 - Lecture 2 - Tuned Vibration Absorber
  • Module 12 - Lecture 3 - Design of Vibration Absorbers
  • Module 12 -Lecture 4 -Flexibilty Matrix& Influence Coeff...
  • Module 12 - Lecture 5 - Forced Vibration of multiple...
  • Module 12 Lecture 6 Forced Vibration of Multiple degrees...
  • Module 13 - Lecture 1 - Vibration of Continuous Systems
  • Module 13 - Lecture 2 - Vibration of Continuous Systems
  • Module 13 - Lecture 3 - Vibration of Beams
  • Module 13 - Lecture 4 - Rayleigh's method
  • Module 13 - Lecture 5 - Rayleigh-Ritz Method
  • Module 14 - Lecture 1 - Vibration Measurement
  • Module 14 Lecture 2 Vibration Measuremen Types of Pickups
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