Plus Pilots: Engineering School for Everyone: Statics

Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it I viewed this right after it came out. Every month since I viewed it, I check to see if the full course has arrived. I'm excitingly still waiting for the full course. It reminded me of my first semester of engineering, in high school, (Baltimore Polytechnic Institute) and aging at the Community College of Baltimore. This was well put together. Easy to understand. Can't wait for the rest of it.
Date published: 2020-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mechanical Engineering A very interestring lecture! The professor made it very interesrting, I want to study more mechanical engineering.
Date published: 2020-09-07
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Engineering School for Everyone: Statics
1: Engineering School for Everyone: Statics

Join Professor Haden to deconstruct a simple system—the pulley—and through this project, gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the machines and structures in your everyday world. As you dive into simple machines, you’ll see how learning the foundations of mechanical engineering—such as the laws of physics and conservation of momentum—can lead you to accomplish more complex tasks and systems. With this lecture, you’re taking the first step toward greater capabilities in the analysis of mechanics.

29 min