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Page 5 of 8Tentative Syllabus and Assignments(Subject to change, please refer toMoodlefor daily HW/quiz schedule)CE 2460, Dynamics & Vibration, Fall 21 (Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays)Date (m/d)Text SectionContentHwk#Tentative Homework Problems23-AugM11.1Syllabus outline,Kinematics: position, velocity, &acceleration.25-AugW11.1Kinematics: position, velocity, &acceleration.111.7 ,11.13, 11.1827-AugF11.2A-11.2BUniform velocity & acceleration211.16,11.25, 11.3930AugM11.2CRelative/dependent motion311.49,11.52, 11.5631-AugTLast day to drop class without W grade1-SeptWLast day to add class1-SeptW11.4 A,B&CCurvilinear motion: rectangular componentsof velocity & acceleration (Projectile Motion)411.99, 11.106,11.112(In P11.106 also calculate max.horizontal distance of ball from incline.In P11.112, also determine max.perpendicular distance of ball fromincline)Last day for signed POPC3-SeptF11.5Tangential & normal components, radial &transverse components--8-SeptW11.5Tangential & normal components, radial &transverse components511.141, 11.161(Also calculate radius if curvature inP11.161 @ t=3s)10-SeptF11.4D&12.1Quiz (1)Kinetics of Particles: Newton’s second law611.124,12.11,12.1513-SeptM12.1Kinetics of Particles: Newton’s second law,Equations of motion (contd.)712.19&12.F5, 12.14, 12.32(Mark constraints w.r.t each reactionforce in P12.F5)15-SeptW12.1812.31,12.35,12.2717-SeptF12.1Quiz (2)912.39,12.41, 12.68,12.6920-SepMExam 1 Review20-SepMExam 1 (Chapters 11 & 12,Monday, Sep 20th, 5:306:30, Room TBA)22-SeptW13.1Work, kinetic energy, potential energy,power, efficiency, Principle of Work andEnergy1013.12, 13.14, 13.1824-SeptF13.1Principle of Work and Energy (contd.),conservation of energy1113.20, 13.24, 13.4127-SeptM13.1Work, kinetic energy, potential energy,power, efficiency, Principle of Work andEnergy1213.60, 13.27,13.72[In P13.27, also calculate velocity ofthe block after it has moved0.2(𝑚) (↑)]29-SeptW13.2Conservation of energy (contd.)13Problems posted on Moodle1-OctF13.3Principle of impulse and momentum1413.122, 13.132, 13.1424-OctM13.4A&BPrinciple of impulse and momentum (contd.),Impact1513.150,13.155,13.165(Why is energy not conserved in13.155, but not in 13.165?)
Page 6 of 8Date (m/d)Text SectionContentHwk#Tentative Homework Problems6-OctW13.4B&13.4CConstrained Impact, energy and momentum1613.171,13.185,13.1888-OctF14.1Quiz (3)Concept ofsummation: Newton’s law,momentum and angular momentum for asystem of particles1714.1,14.5, 14.2311-OctM14.1Concept ofsummation: Newton’s law,momentum and angular momentum for asystem of particles1814.52 andProblem posted on Moodle13-OctW15.1Rigid body: translation & fixed axis rotation1915.4, 15.7,15.1115-OctF15.2AQuiz (4)Planar motion, absolute & relative motion--18-OctMExam 2 review18-OctMExam 2 (Chapters 13 & 14, Monday, Oct 18th, 5:306:30, Room TBA)20-OctW15.2APlanar motion, absolute & relative motion2015.39, 15.41,15.4322-OctFFall break25-OctM15.2BPlanar motion, absolute & relative motion(contd.)2115.53,15.64, 15.95,15.7127-OctW15.4AAbsolute and relative acceleration--29-OctF15.4AAbsolute and relative acceleration2215.113,15.117,15.124(Useθ=200in P15.124)1-NovM16.1A-16.1EEquations of motion for a rigid body2316.5, 16.9,16.27,16.333-NovW16.1A-16.1EQuiz (5)Equations of motion for a rigid body (contd.)2416.103,16.121, 16.1235-NovF16.1A-16.1Ed’Alembert’s principle fora rigidbody(contd.)(contd)25

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