Branches of mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

Branches of mechanics:

Mechanics is basically divided in to two parts Static's and Dynamics, Dynamics is further divided in kinematics and kinetics

Statics: It deals with study of behavior of body at rest under the action of various forces, that are in equilibrium.

Dynamics: Dynamics is study of object in motion

Kinematics: It deals with motion of body without considering the forces acting on it.

Kinetics: It deals with motion of the body considering the forces acting on it.

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