ME 343 Syllabus

ME 343 Syllabus - ME343, Dynamics of Machinery, Fall 2008...

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ME343, Dynamics of Machinery, Fall 2008 COURSE INFORMATION Course Description This course provides students in mechanical engineering the fundamentals of mechanical system design and analysis, dealing with kinematic analysis and synthesis of linkages, and cam and gear systems. The application of kinematic theories to real-world machinery is emphasized. The students will be also introduced to the basic mechanisms fundamental in motion control and machines. Pre-requisite ME 242 with a “C” or better. Objectives and Philosophy The objectives are to provide the necessary theories and knowledge To study the motion of machines. To bridge the gap between a theoretical study of kinematics and the application to practical mechanisms. To determine the motion characteristics of a machine. To optimize the motion of a machine arrangement with kinematic analysis. Students are expected to have a good background in technical drawing, college algebra, trigonometry, vector, and mechanics. Textbook and
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