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SHRI SANT GADGE BABA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY,

BHUSAWAL.
DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

Course Outline Cover Page

Engineering Physics EM (BTES103)


Course Title Short Title Course Code

Course Description:
This course is aimed at introducing the fundamentals of basic sciences to
undergraduate students. The background expected includes a prior knowledge of
Mechanics from HSC (science) and familiarity with basic fundamental theories. The goals
of the course are to understand the basic principles of Engineering Mechanics and their
applications in different branches of engineering.

Semester
TEACHING SCHEME EXAMINATION SCHEME
Credits
Theory (Hrs /Week) Tutorial (Hrs /Week) IA MSE ESE
03
3Hours - 20 20 60

Prerequisite Course(S): 12th Physics, Different laws, basic principles and theories and
applications
OBJECTIVE –

 The primary purpose of the study of engineering mechanics is to develop the


capacity to predict the effect of force and motion while carrying out the creative
design functions of engineering.
 To promote students for visualizing physical configuration in terms of real
materials, actual constraints and practical limitations which govern behavior of
machine.
 Our primary objective is to develop ability to visualize which is vital for problem
solving, mathematical modeling, and limits in engineering.

COURCE OUTCOME – Having successfully completed this module you will be able to
demonstrate knowledge and understanding of –

 Basic concepts and principles of mechanics and Energy method


 Dynamics of particle
 Work Energy and Power
 Collision and Momentum
SHRI SANT GADGE BABA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND
TECHNOLOGY, BHUSAWAL.
DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

LAB COURSE OUTLINE


(Engineering Mechanics Lab)

Engineering Mechanics Lab EM (BTES109L)


Course Title Short Title Course Code

Course Description:
In this laboratory course emphasis is on the elementary level knowledge of
Engineering Mechanics, their preparation, experimentation, applications required for all
branches engineering.

Semester
TEACHING SCHEME EXAMINATION SCHEME
Credits
Practical (Hrs /Week) IA ESE
01
2 Hours 60 40

Prerequisite Lab Course(S): 12th Physics (Mechanics), Different laws, basic


principles and theories.

General Objectives:
This course is intended to provide engineering students with a background in
important concepts and principles of Mechanics and emphasis on those areas considered
most relevant in an engineering context, and practical applications in engineering and
technology.
Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of lab Course, student will be able to:
Sr. Name of the Experiment Outcome
No.
1 To verify conditions of equilibrium of a To verify conditions of equilibrium of a
system of coplanar parallel forces by using system of coplanar parallel forces using
reaction of beam apparatus. reaction of beam apparatus.

2 a. To describe efficiency, load, effort, velocity


Verification of law of machines by using ratio, frictional effort and verify law of
Screw jack / Worm and worm wheel
machines.
b. To establish the law of machine from
graph.
3 To find the value of gravitational constant
To determine gravitational constant of
Compound Pendulum. using compound pendulum.
4 To determine Centroid of irregular shaped To determine the centre of gravity of
bodies. irregular objects.
5 a. To apply conditions of equilibrium.
b. To calculate forces in members of jib crane.
To determine forces in Jib Crane. c. To compare the theoretical results with
experimental values.

6 To determine coefficient of friction by To find the coefficient of friction (μ) between


using Belt and Pulley. the belt and pulley.
7 To determine Moment of Inertia of Fly To determine mass moment of inertia
Wheel.
8 To demonstrate the concept of impact of
Study on Collision of Elastic Bodies.
bodies.
9 Polygon law of coplanar forces To study polygon law of vector addition and
obtain resultant coplanar force.
10 Problems on beam reaction by graphics To obtain beam reaction by using graphics
static method. static method.