Engineering Mechanics Question paper

About engineering Mechanics : Engineering mechanics is the application of mechanics to solve problems involving common engineering elements.

The goal of this Engineering Mechanics course is to expose students to problems in mechanics as applied to plausibly real-world scenarios. Problems of particular types are explored in detail in the hopes that students will gain an inductive understanding of the underlying principles at work; students should then be able to recognize problems of this sort in real-world situations and respond accordingly.

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Further, this text aims to support the learning of Engineering Mechanics with theoretical material, general key techniques, and a sufficient number of solved sample problems to satisfy the first objective as outlined above.

As you see in the diagram mechanics is the first and most fundamental branch of physics, supporting Thermodynamics and Electricity, and including Statics, Dynamics(=Kinematics+kinetics); all which are all highly applicable in engineering. but the most important part of them is statics (study of body at rest) which is not only a base for all others, but also have the highest engineering application. physics also involve optics, waves, quantum, and relativity theory, which have no fundamental engineering application yet.

We describe the motion of bodies using Newton’s second law of motion

Statics deals with the situation where the acceleration ({\displaystyle \mathbf {a} \,}) is zero – which happens when a body is at rest, or moving with constant velocity. That means that the total force on a body at rest or with constant velocity must be zero. In other words, the sum of the forces on the body must equal zero.

Engineers typically draw what is called a “free body diagram” to show all forces on a body at rest. These forces are then broken down into vectors consistent with a useful coordinate system and summed in sets (components parallel to each basis vector) which are then set to zero to meet the static constraint of no acceleration being present.

This typically results in sets of equations which can be solved using simple linear algebra techniques or even simple algebra and substitution.

Here we have provided with Engineering Physics Question papers of Bamu university. Engineering Mechanics Question papers of  2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 are available to download here in pdf format.


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