15. Juli 2020
THE COURSE WAS VERY INTRESTING AND LIFETIME USEFULL STUFF BEING TOUGHT. TYANKS TO Dr. WHITEMAN he is really good explainer had a great experience and I'm sure gonna join more courses by Dr. WHITEMAN.
27. Juli 2020
It has been a fantastic journey of five weeks. The teaching style is excellent. I Will suggest every graduate student take this course to make a good understanding. Overall it is an excellent course.
von Monde M•
20. Jan. 2018
Interesting course, great video lectures - brief and yet they include examples covering all aspects of the course topics. Online tutor participates actively in discussion forums and so does Dr Whiteman himself. Exciting and thought provoking quiz questions. You begin to feel like an Engineer/Problem Solver in action :-)
von Yogender T•
14. Mai 2020
Thank you sir for the making this course. I had a lot of doubts before starting this course. My main problem area was centroids which you explained very beautifully. And the vector part of the course is also very good I came to know when to use cross product and dot product.
Once again thank you for making this course.
von Юрий Г•
4. Mai 2019
The course is perfect for those who want to study/repeat basics of Engineering mechanics and for engineers who study English and want to get a good professional vocabulary. The only problem I faced was the absence of answers for homework tasks, which makes it hard to check yourself. Anyway, it deserves 5 of 5 stars.
von Thomas R•
6. Nov. 2016
As someone with no prior education in engineering, I found this course interesting and a digestible introduction to what the math of engineering looks like. I would recommend this course to anyone interesting in learning more on the topic, but would warn that the course required a decently strong background in math.
von PATRICK N O•
24. Sep. 2020
This course is amazing. I had no idea that Engineering Mechanics could be so simple and straightforward. Also, the fact that the course contents were compared to real-life applications was awesome. I sincerely appreciate Georgia Tech. for this opportunity and Dr Whiteman for a fantastic job. Thanks a lot, Sir.
von M A Z•
30. Apr. 2020
I really love the way instructor taught us. I'm a mechanical engineer, and have studied that course before, but never understood it, but after studying from this instructor, I can pretty much say, I have learned Engineering Mechanics. I just wanna say Thanks to the Instructor and for that purpose Coursera too.
von Akshat A•
14. Juli 2021
Awesome course! I loved how descriptive and easy it was for me to follow along with Dr. Whiteman. I recommend this course to anyone who wants to learn more about Statics and physics of systems that are in equilibrium like bridges, towers, and cranes. I loved this course so much that I finished it in 5 days!
18. Juli 2020
I am already learn introduction to engineering mechanics but in this course. I familiar with the real world example and problems related to the engineering mechanics.
Thank you sir to proved this experience.
von ONUR E O•
30. Juli 2017
I mastered my skills about this subject which will be helpful throughout my life and engineering projects. I will teach my newly earned knowledge with my classmates since, knowledge will be useful when its shared. I would like to thank to Georgia Tech and Coursera for this amazing learning journey.
von Bang T•
20. Mai 2020
This course has been very helpful in introducing me to the basic physics of engineering. I'm a high school student who would attend university for mechanical engineering, and I took this course to strengthen my physics background. The knowledge this course gave me was very detailed and helpful.
von Drazen K•
17. Jan. 2016
For me, as mechanical engineer, it was very useful to see how this course, that I had some time ago in Serbia where I live and work, is presented at an top US and world university.
Thank You so much Dr. Whiteman, Georgia Tech and Coursera for a really nice experience.
Drazen Kosutic, BASc in M.E.
von JUAN S S S•
9. Dez. 2020
I'm very grateful with this opportunity. I can improve my knowledge about body statics in 2D and 3D. Similary, I reinforce the concepts of those theories and the mathamatic model.
Thank you very much to Georgia Tech and Dr. Wayne Whiteman. I hope to have other opportunity of learning with you.
von Rohan C•
4. Dez. 2020
One of the best courses I have seen online. The professor is really good, and the way he explains the concepts is amazing. I highly recommend this course for undergraduate students. I can proudly say that after taking this course I feel that my concepts are more clear. Thank you Mr. Whiteman.
von xin z•
29. März 2016
Very clear in terms of style of teaching. Very impressive. I was an EE student and now a postdoc in aeronautical engineering and was in desparate need of a course in introductory mechanical engineering. This couse suits me perfectly. I will continue in other courses of this specialization.
von Abhishek N•
29. Aug. 2020
A very nice course for increasing our knowledge can help people of all age group would have been better if the certification of free courses were free what we can do about that, afterall nothing is free in life, still i would like to thank coursera for this wonderful course
von jesus g n k•
27. Nov. 2022
For me it was excellent learn about this topic that it is very important for me and I know that It took me more time that I supposed to finish it but at the end of the course anyone could say I've learnt about introduction to engineering mechanics I am very sure about it
von Rodrigo A G G•
12. Dez. 2015
Excellent professor, excellent explanations, sometimes a little bit hard to understand for a beginner or he went a little to fast, however I was able to get help in the comment section.
I will definitely suscribe to his following course on Mechanical Engineer. Thank you.
von Deleted A•
2. Aug. 2020
The course is a beginner level introduction to mechanics. This is at the level of an undergrad 1 or 2 semester course. The instructor was very detailed in his explanation and the course content is very well distributed over all the weeks. Would definitely recommend.
von Pablo J R A•
24. Feb. 2018
Very informative video lectures and exercises, slight issues when getting used to the imperial system, however I was still able to understand the ideas and exercises. An overall excellent course that I recommend to anyone considering engineering as a career option.
von Sammam S•
18. Mai 2020
This course was fun to complete. The concepts which are essential for further understanding of mechanics were introduced with suitable examples. The quizzes and exercises were also engaging and realistic. A big thanks to the instructor for his intuitive approach.
von Abu S S•
6. Apr. 2020
Thank you very much Dr. Wayne Whiteman for making this course so much interesting to learn and informative. I am a lecturer and I take this course at my University. I learned a lot from here which I think I would be able to deliver in a better way to my student.
von Annie L•
22. Aug. 2021
I'm a high school student with little background knowledge about the topic but here I am, completed the course with not too much struggle. Thank you, Coursera and Dr. Wayne, for this opportunity! I had fun learning and it definitely sparked something within me!
von Bradley S•
6. Nov. 2015
Great course and excellent refresher. Dr. Whiteman provided slides for all modules with spaces to write down the examples as following through the course. Use of props were excellent also, as my prof didn't use any props when I did this in Uni many years ago!
von Jonathan K W•
16. Aug. 2015
An excellent and worthwhile introduction, this course is a definite must for all mechanical engineering students especially those like me who have yet to take a mechanics: statics course in college. This course will provide adequate background to get started.
von S Y•
14. Okt. 2018
Amazing course. Everything is explained practically by Dr. Whiteman. The examples and practice exercise given are challenging. It improves problem-solving skills for mechanics. And after taking this course I am definitely able solve some mechanical systems.