1 ENSC 2123 Elementary Dynamics Oklahoma State University Fall 2011 Instructor:Dr. Ronald D. Delahoussaye, EN 218, 744-5900, [email protected]Dr. David A. Rubenstein, EN 218, 744-5900, [email protected]Office Hours:Dr. Delahoussaye - Open Door. Appointments can be made via email. Dr. Rubenstein – MW 1:00 – 2:00. Appointments can be made via email. Textbook:Hibbeler, Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics, 12thEdition, Prentice Hall, 2010. Website:oc.okstate.edu(Desire 2 Learn) http://www.masteringengineering.com/(Mastering Engineering Pearson) Course Code for Mastering: ENSC2123FALL2011 YOU MUST ENROLL YOURSELF IN THIS COURSE! This syllabus, homework assignments, past homework solutions, TA office hours, email addresses, etc. will be posted on D2L and Mastering will be needed for homework assignments. Prerequisites:ENSC 2113 (Statics). It is required that students have received at least a “C” grade in ENSC 2113 or its equivalent. Use is continually made of algebra, trigonometry, geometry, as well as vector methods. Occasionally self-review of mathematical topics, statics, and / or physics may be necessary to satisfactorily progress in ENSC 2123. Objectives:By the end of the course students will have the ability to •apply knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering to formulate and solve engineering problems in dynamics •solve dynamics problems for systems modeled as particles •solve dynamics problems for systems modeled as planar rigid bodies •identify engineering models for particles and planar rigid bodies to formulate and solve problems in dynamics •understand force-acceleration, work-energy, and impulse-momentum solution methods •use modern engineering tools such as mathematical computer software and techniques to obtain solutions to engineering problems •clearly communicate results to others via written solutions
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