13 de may. de 2021
Very illustrative presentation, with clever exercises. You can learn easily basic concepts of machine design that otherwise you would need much more time to undestand them on your own or at a college.
16 de feb. de 2017
The course was a concise and effective review of major concepts. The concepts were well explained and the lessons practical. I have a better understanding of fatigue failure as a result of this class.
por Bastian C M•
30 de jun. de 2020
Great course!. Waiting for Part 2!
por Smit D•
16 de nov. de 2020
Awaiting Part 2
por Vinay V•
18 de mar. de 2018
The professor is good in communicating the concepts. But you may need to go through the text book before you begin the course. The best part about the course is the emphasis on the examples and the real life application of Machine Design principles. The best part of the entire course is the part on fatigue. I have not seen any book that has explained the concept of fatigue so well. The course will be finished with a breeze if you have your Mechanics of Material and Mechanics of rigid bodies in good command
por Sarmad F Y•
11 de oct. de 2020
I am waiting for the other parts of Machine design since 1 year.
por Adwait K•
15 de jun. de 2021
I found the course very helpful. The material selection and considerations especially nomenclature and Ashby plots is not often taught as part of Machine Design but is a prerequisite for successful design and this course covered it very well. I found the Marin factor and stress concentration modules very interesting. The best thing I liked about the course was that the concepts were related to practical case studies such as Aircraft wing testing and Aircraft accident. The learner can understand much better as compared teaching abstract concepts. Thank you very much to Georgia Tech faculty and staff.
por pragyendra b•
1 de feb. de 2019
This is really a good course for people looking basic design analysis and introduction to machine design. The examples provided are apt and really interesting, like the hip surgery and Boeing airplane testing. The references are great, I have always followed metric units but the course is neutral grounds for people so I did not find any troubles on that part. I believe more courses of this series would be fun to complete. And for everyone looking forward to this course, I would say definitely do it, it would not take much of your time and the skills you would acquire are must for knowledge prospect.
por Elton Z•
12 de abr. de 2020
I would just like to say that it really works. Yes, it works, especially this amazing course taught by Dr. Kathryn Wingate, an excellent docent. Now, I feel much more confident as a junior Engineer, in Machine/Mechanical Design, thanks to the opportunity offered by both GeorgiaTech and Dr. Kathryn Wingate to enhance my knowledge and analytical skills on this branch. The environment of learning is perfect which includes: explaining, online materials, learning methodology, exercises, Dr. Kathryn Wingate's willingness to cover this course, and everything else. Highly recommended from me.
por David F M G•
18 de jun. de 2021
Material is very well outlined, clear, examples cover much of what normally you could find in real life. the idea of evaluating on a short quiz keeps you alert and vigilant of your progress. I am not new in fatigue analysis, and found it very good to remember my old college days.
I do however suggest, a little more in depth analysis of fluctuating stresses on much more complicated systems, such as shafts. But I presume this might be included in a second part which I would like to bee published soon. (machine elements, screws, fasteners, gears etc.)
por shivam t•
19 de jul. de 2017
thank you for this course. Miss Kathryn Wingate ma'am for teaching us and guide us. this course very help me in solving fatigue failure problem and also made me more confident in static as well as in fatigue problem. i personally prefer this course to every mechanical engineer. i am eagerly waiting for MD part 2 and other course from Georgia Tech. i wish Kathryn ma'am will also teach us in future.
por Ayooluwaposi D O•
29 de ago. de 2021
You're going to need to be patient. Your answers will vary a lot from the answers in the quiz but keep on trying. Don't approximate too much, try to keep your answers to 2-4 decimal points. The lecturer explains extremely well. You get a see a fatigue test of an airplane, it's very exciting to watch. Overall good, would highly recommend to anyone who wants to learn about failure theories, very comprehensive.
por Syed R H•
13 de feb. de 2019
Course content was good but found instructors presence in discussion forum somewhat lacking.Questions asked in the forum remain unanswered more so related to case studies.Coursera certificate design is also sub par with the instructor’s signature barely legible(only artifacts) and no watermark.Would request Georgia Inst. and coursera to at least look into the certificate aspect.
por Tivnator S•
25 de mar. de 2022
I a really good course! It is extremely useful to remember concepts, improve the application in problem solving and, above all, strengthen knowledge. It is recommended to have already known the topics to be able to solve the challenges prior to the explanation, but it is not too difficult if you do not know them since it is didactic from the beginning. Excellent course!
por yousuf n a•
15 de feb. de 2022
I extremely recommend this course to all mechanical engineering students, the course is simplified and well-organized. And thanks to Dr. Kathryn Wingate, she organized the course brilliantly and arranged the topics appropriately. I liked the way she linked theory knowledge to practical examples from her abundant experience. I really benefited from this course.
por Hugo E V R•
12 de ago. de 2020
Un curso excelente de diseño mecánico que sirve adecuadamente como un complemento a clases presenciales. Tiene un bajo nivel de dificultad para estudiantes familiarizados con el tema de teorías de falla, sin embargo, los ejemplos vistos en clase son sencillos y son muy buenos para principiantes y excelentes como re paso para estudiantes veteranos o graduados.
por Bryan S•
27 de oct. de 2021
I have to say that this course was so fun and informative! I came in thinking that this was going to be a refresher but there was so much that I had learned from this course. It really got me excited to learn more. Also, the instrutor was absolutely amazing. She made it so easy to understand everything that she presented! I hope there is a Part II soon!
por Eduardo d M R•
25 de abr. de 2017
Very good course for beginners. Explanations are short and concise and very clear. Don't know how Part 2 is organized, but I think it would be nice to have also an introduction to CAD/CAE softwares like Inventor or SOLIDWORKS and to solve some of the examples with those softwares so people is aware of the existing numerical possibilities.
por SaRa S - س س•
11 de dic. de 2016
dr.kathryn is very professional and she simplify theories to perfectly understanding i become more understanding all f course contents and be more sufficient in machine design
i would to thank the doctor for her explaining
and thank georgia institude of technology for this useful course
por FRANCISCO J M•
17 de feb. de 2021
Es un curso excepcional. La exposición realizada por la Dra. Kathryn Wingate, es clara y precisa. Estoy esperando la segunda parte del curso. Muchas gracias Dra. Kathryn.
It is an exceptional course. The presentation by Dr. Kathryn Wingate is clear and precise. I am waiting for the second part. Thank you very much Dr. Kathryn
por Muhanad E H•
26 de oct. de 2020
I am a big fan of mechanical engineering. When it comes to design, I always have the motivation to understand the science behind these safety factors and stresses in order to manufacture more durable products. I do hope to continue adding more to my knowledge in the design and manufacturing fields of engineering.
por Hiren G•
18 de sep. de 2020
i am very happy by completing course on machine design which is core subject in mechanical engineering .professor have good deep and practical knowledge of this subject. I specially thanks Georgia tech college and professor who teach this interesting subject in covid19 pandemic via online mode. Thanks professor
por Renato D V V•
20 de jun. de 2020
This course has been really interesting and dynamic. It made me open my vision about the mechanical design and take into account many of the variables that can appear during the process. The content is perfectly explained by the teacher and the worksheets are very important to clarify the learned information.
por Jain P H•
2 de jun. de 2020
I like this course very much. This course gives complete education of design of mechanical components under fatigue loading. Dr. Wingate taught this subject very nicely with the help of practical examples like Boying plane fatigue failure. My all doubts are now cleared. Thank you very much Dr. Wingate.
por dg h•
10 de may. de 2021
Amazing course with an amazing Instructor. This course helped me understand the fundamental concepts of Stress, Strain, Fatigue, Material selection, etc. Kudos to Coursera for bringing out great courses like these and helping millions of students like me learn at the comfort of their home.
por Blesson S•
29 de oct. de 2019
It was a great course to know about Static and Fatigue loading and failures. Well structured modules and easy to understand and gain understanding of the concepts. Thanks Georgia Tech for providing such a course and thanks to Dr. Kathryn for making it simple and interesting to learn.
por gaurav k r•
25 de mar. de 2017
It was a wonderful wonderful experience. All concepts are concrete solid now, thanks to the excellent approach, way of explanation of concepts and closely developed questions that make you apply all your understanding. looking forward to enroll in further courses to offer .