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Introduction to Basic Vibrations starts with the fundamental principle of vibrations with a single and double degree of freedom systems. These fundamental vibration systems provide a solid platform not only to understand general vibrations but also to apply or use them into simple mechanical problems....

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Jun 1, 2020

Excellent course in foundations of vibrations with explanations for certain nuances.This is a refresher for me to dust off and get booted with the fundamentals.

Apr 14, 2020

The course was very informative and the way of explanation was very clear. It gave good knowledge about 1 and 2 DOF systems, along with practical applications.

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By Akram I

Aug 23, 2020

not enough but good

By Ravi K L

Jul 13, 2020

Excellent Course

By Dr. M R S

May 27, 2020



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By mehrdad m

Nov 15, 2019

Good for review


Jul 27, 2020

It's very good

By R R

Jun 17, 2020

Nice session..

By Ali H

Nov 24, 2020

Nice Course.

By Dr. T R

Apr 29, 2020

Very nice


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By Arjun K

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By natasha s

May 18, 2021

The class was put together well. The lectures did get a bit repetitive at times, but I liked the way Prof. Kim emphasized how to get physical and practical insight from the solutions. The use of graphical representations was also explained well. The quizzes were appropriate for the content, though there were some troublesome typos that haven't been corrected in over a year. Also, I would think Coursera could do a better job of formatting mathematical expressions for the quizzes. Finally, there are several references to supplementary materials that don't seem to exist, at least not for non-paying customers. I would take another course from Dr. Kim.

By Filippo Z

Aug 31, 2020

Simple but precise introduction to the theory of vibrations. The lectures were easy to follow and explained the concepts in a clear way.

In some moments, I felt like some of lectures were repetitive, and in my opinion there could've been enough time to cover more detailed topics.

In summary, I am satisfied with the course.

By Syed Z R Z

Oct 7, 2019

The instructor does make occasional errors in week 5 like the determinant square. the equations and the cases seem not to be 100% consistent eg the 2 DOF system having two end walls or one wall was interchanged. otherwise the results that arrived from the math are good and profound

By Hrishikesh A

Mar 29, 2020

Essential proofs have not been provided in the course. Also more reading material should have been provided. The quizzes had a few mistakes in the questions as well as in the answers.

By José L C M

Jul 1, 2020

Excellent course!, Just a few things that were not completely clear, but nothig that a little research can't clarify. The timing of the professor was excellent, regards from Mexico!

By Matheus L M d S P

May 7, 2021

O curso em si é excelente! Me ajudou muito no aprendizado base de vibrações, entretanto, gostaria de informar que um dos testes tem respostas incorretas marcadas como corretas.

By Divyansh K

May 11, 2020

this course was very interesting but i suffer lots of problem in selection quiz option. i clicking the right answer it show it wrong. The only thing i suffer in this course .

By Abhishek B K

May 28, 2020

Good explanation relating mathematical, physical and practical application, but I would still insist some more examples to be included to amplify our concept

By Abhinav

Jun 23, 2020

This course gives quick and depth information to Basic Vibration. Learned many things from the course. Thank you, Professor, and Coursera.

By Lukáš Z

Apr 19, 2020

Sometimes I've found professor's explanation quite confusing (not well explained), otherwise see this course as a good asset to my skills.

By Rubén P G

Feb 12, 2020

Very interesting courese with a good relation between mathematical aproach and physical aproach to help understanding the situations.