MIE_310_Syllabus_2012 - Topics 1 Introduction 2 Kinematics...

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MIE 310 Dynamics Spring 2012 Instructor : Prof. James Manwell, Gunness 8, [email protected] Office Hours : W/F 10:10-11:00 pm and by appointment via email Location : Elab II, 119, M/W/F, 9:10-10:00 Web site : To be announced Description : Kinetics and Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies. Newton’s laws, work-energy and impulse-momentum principles, laws of linear and angular momentum, conservation of momentum, planar motion of rigid bodies, and introduction to vibration of single-degree-of-freedom systems. . Prerequisites : MIE 210 or CE 240 Textbook : Benson H. Tongue; “Dynamics Analysis and Design of Systems in Motion,” Publisher: nd Ed., 2009, Chapters 1-7 Goals : To develop an understanding of motion of particles and rigid bodies, and force systems causing them To provide the student with the tools needed to solve a wide class of mechanical dynamics problems.
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Unformatted text preview: Topics : 1. Introduction 2. Kinematics of particles 3. Plane kinematics of rigid bodies 4. Kinetics of particles 5. Work and Energy Principles 6. Momentum Principles 7. Plane kinetics of rigid bodies 8. Applications Homework : Homework is due at the start of the indicated lecture sessions. They will not be accepted late. They should be neat, legible, well organized, and should contain all corresponding intermediate calculations. Solutions must include: 1) free body diagram (when applicable) and 2) units. Grade : Homework 7.5% Quizzes 7.5% Exams (3) 20% each Final Exam 25% Academic Honesty Policy : All provisions of the Department and University policies regarding academic honesty will be strictly enforced....
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