• Hello Friends here in this video we will see some of the Mechanical properties of materials so let us get started with it mechanical properties of materials some of the common mechanical properties or we can say mostly preferred are we have stiffness elasticity next we have plasticity ductility brittleness malleability toughness and hardness now these are the mechanical properties which we have and see when we are studying machine design or design of machine elements or previously the subject was called as strength of materials in that subject also we need to learn some basic mechanical properties so that we can understand the behavior of some materials so here…

• hello students here in this video we will see what is surface tension and we will even see the formula of surface tension for water droplet as well as for a soap bubble let us start with the definition part surface tension it is defined as a tensile force acting on the surface of a liquid in contact with air or we can say gas or between two immiscible liquids so here is a simple definition of surface tension surface tension it is defined as a tensile force acting on the surface of liquid suppose we have a liquid which is in contact with air or gas then there is…

• click the bell icon to get latest videos from Ekeeda Hello friends now we need to talk about if you topic that is nanomaterials and we got it that we are going to talk about these properties so this letter by D is basically a product of the technology that we are going to talking about you know day to day life also and that is what it plays a very important role because nowadays every technology is bit replaced by the nanotechnology at the has a different kind of property because of which it has very benefits also so what are the nanometer is and what are the different…

• hello brains here in this video we will see what is meant by vapor pressure and cavitation vapor pressure and cavitation first I’ll start with vapor pressure for vapor pressure I can explain it with the help of a diagram suppose we have a vessel which is closed inside that vessel we have water now Here I am considering water is at atmospheric pressure then we are heating this water inside a closed container by supplying heat externally when we are adding Heat this water it will evaporate and since it is at atmospheric pressure that temperature required for evaporation that would be hundred degree Celsius now when the temperature…

• hello friends here in this video we will see the problem on properties of fluid let us take the question number one we have here calculate specific weight density and specific gravity of one liter of a liquid which weighs seven Newton now this is the question we have I will write the data for this so given data here we have to calculate specific weight that is the first question specific weight is nothing but weight density denoted by a small W next density is mass density denoted by Rho then the third one is specific gravity denoted by a small s of one liter this one liter is…