ENGR 212 : Dynamics

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ENGR 211 and MTH 252.

Course Description

Studies kinematics, Newton's law of motion, and work-energy and impulse-momentum relationships as applied to engineering systems.

Course learning outcomes

1. Identify and apply kinematic and dynamic equations for a particle in Cartesian, cylindrical and path coordinates.
2. Apply methods of work-energy and impulse-momentum to describe the motion of a particle.
3. Apply the parallel axis theorem to determine moments of inertia of a body for specified axes.
4. Apply relative motion concepts using translating and rotating reference frames for 2-dimensional systems.
5. Apply Newton’s equations to solve problems involving rigid bodies in plane motion.

Content outline

Kinematics - curvilinear motion, kinematics - relative motion, kinetics and equations of motion, kinetics - work and energy methods, kinetics - impulse and momentum, impacts, angular momentum, rigid body kinetics - relative motion and rotating axes, kinetics - force and acceleration, equations of motion - force and acceleration

Required materials

A required Dynamics textbook.

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