ME_562Syllabus_Su_2010 - ME 562 ADVANCED DYNAMICS PURDUE...

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ME 562 – ADVANCED DYNAMICS PURDUE UNIVERSITY Summer 2010 Instructor: A. K. Bajaj Room 368, Mechanical Engineering Building (Alternatively, Room ME 110) 585 Engineering Mall Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907-2088 (765) 494-6896 (Office) (765) 494-5737 (Secretary: TBD) email: bajaj@ecn.purdue.edu TEXT: Greenwood, D.T., Principles of Dynamics , Prentice Hall, 1988 (2 nd Edition). REFERENCE: Huseyin, K., Vibrations and Stability of Multiple Parameter Systems , Sijthoff and Noordhoff, 1978. LECTURE NOTES: Copies of the MS PowerPoints used for the course will be available from the Boiler Copy Shop in Purdue Memorial Union, and at the course website. PREREQUISITES: Sophomore level course in dynamics covering particle kinematics and dynamics, planar kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies; Vector calculus and matrix theory, ordinary differential equations. GRADING: Homework 40% Midterm Exam 25% (in class, 50 mins) Final Exam 35% (finals week, two hrs.) Homework assignments will be given every three to four lectures. Each assignment will consist of 3 or 4 problems. All problems will be collected, but only one or two will be graded. The assignments will be due three to four days from the day assigned. Exact
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