Title

Developing the Inter-disciplinary laboratory experiments for the honors students

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Learning Theories and Pedagogy – Research

Abstract

Experiments performed on laboratory are the important part of teaching excellence, particularly in the engineering study as student accomplish hands on experience through experiments. Moreover, by analyzing the experimental results student can correlate the theoretical knowledge with the real world situation. It helps a student to build a confidence of problem solving. An experimental set-up and the novel method have been developed to validate the theory of engineering mechanics. Moreover, the developed experimental set-up and method can employ to determine the relationship of weight lifted, and the force of the bicep muscles in the human arm, and leg. Therefore, this rigorous experiment can correlate the theory and concepts of engineering mechanics and biological science together.

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Poster

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Poster

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Developing the Inter-disciplinary laboratory experiments for the honors students

Poster

Experiments performed on laboratory are the important part of teaching excellence, particularly in the engineering study as student accomplish hands on experience through experiments. Moreover, by analyzing the experimental results student can correlate the theoretical knowledge with the real world situation. It helps a student to build a confidence of problem solving. An experimental set-up and the novel method have been developed to validate the theory of engineering mechanics. Moreover, the developed experimental set-up and method can employ to determine the relationship of weight lifted, and the force of the bicep muscles in the human arm, and leg. Therefore, this rigorous experiment can correlate the theory and concepts of engineering mechanics and biological science together.