ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 10
Instantaneous Centres and Velocity Diagrams - Solutions
Question 1
To calculate the velocity of the slider, we realise that it is attached to member 3, and therefore its
instantaneous velocity will be equal t
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 4
Rotational Dynamics
See Moodle for worked solutions to this practice class at the end of this week
This Practice Class seeks to further test your knowledge of rotational dynamics. This topic was
covered in Lec
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 2
Translational Kinematics
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This Practice Class is aimed at testing your knowledge of translation and rotation of a
particle. These t
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 3
Translation and Rotation of a Particle
Worked Solutions will be available from Moodle following this class
This Practice Class is aimed at testing your knowledge of translation and rotation of a
particle. Thes
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 7
Work and Energy Methods
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This Practice Class seeks to further test your knowledge of work and energy methods.
Introductory question
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 6
Vibration Analysis
Worked Solutions will be available from Moodle following this class
This Practice Class is aimed at testing your knowledge of un-damped vibration. These
topics were covered in lectures 12 -
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 3
Translation and Rotation of a Particle
Worked Solutions will be available from Moodle following this class
This Practice Class is aimed at testing your knowledge of translation and rotation of a
particle. Thes
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 8
Work and Energy Methods
Worked Solutions will be available from Moodle following this class
This Practice Class is aimed at testing your knowledge of work, energy and power. These
topics were covered in lectur
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Compound Gear Train Example & Epicyclic Gear Trains
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 24
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Lecture Outline
Lecture Out
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Analysis of Simple Gear Systems
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 23
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Lecture Outline
Lecture Outline
Industrial exam
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
The Method of Instantaneous Centres:
Examples
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 30
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Lecture Outline
Mid Semester
Test
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Mechanisms
and the Method of Instantaneous Centres
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 29
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Lecture Outline
A brief rev
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 9
Analysis of Gear Trains
See Moodle for worked solutions to this practice class at the end of this week
This Practice Class seeks to further test your knowledge of simple, compound and epicyclic gear
trains. Th
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 10
Instantaneous Centres and Velocity Diagrams
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This Practice Class seeks to further test your knowledge of simple, compound and epic
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Velocity Diagrams #2
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 33
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Lecture Outline
VA
Review of the
technique
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VB
Example #1
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Example Exam Questions
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 34
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Lecture Outline
Lecture Outline
Question 1
In this lect
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Revision #1
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 35
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Exam Details.
10 minutes reading time
3 hours writing time
7 que
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 5
Spring Analysis Laboratory
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The aim of this laboratory exercise is to develop your understanding of spring stiffness and
response t
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
Practice Class 9
Analysis of Gear Trains - Solutions
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Question 1
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Question 2
Question 3
-2-
Faculty of Engineering
ENG1040
Engineering Dynamics
Automatic Transmission Systems:
An Introduction
Dr Greg Sheard
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Lecture 27
ENG1040 Engineering Dynamics
An original horseless carriage
Alternating Current
Three Phase
Dr Naing Win Oo
Week 2: Lecture Three
Learning Outcomes
At the end of this lecture, you should be able to
Determine Phase Voltage, Line Voltage, Phase Current,
Line Current and Impedance of three phase AC networks
Determine
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