Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I WILL RECOMMEND IT AS THIS WILL GIVE THE UNDERSTANDING OF MANY MACHINES OR MECHANISM THAT OCCUR AROUND US
Course highlights:
GYROSCOPIC MOTION AND APPLICATION CONCEPT OF IMPULSE ,MOMENTUM AND COLLISION IN 3-D BODY 3-D KINEMATICS
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
JUST YOU HAVE TO VISUALIZE THE SITUATION AND CO-RELATE WITH REAL EVENT
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Dynamics is a must course to understand the basics of Mechanical Engineering. Also it goes a long way in helping for other subject like Machine design and thermal engineering.
Course highlights:
Free Body Diagram, Types of Forces, Stress Vs Strain, Column structure.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Clear concepts. Read only the prescribed text book and attend lectures regularly.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This course is a must study for most of the students pursuing Mechanical, Aerospace, Industrial or Manufacturing courses. Dynamics is a very application based subject. one can think of dynamics in almost all the moving/ non moving factors. Also, those who love to think logic in motions and forces (Basically, if you loved physics in school) would love to learn dynamics.
Course highlights:
Representation of force vector in coordinate system, Equations of motion in cylindrical co- ordinate system, Kinematics of rigid bodies - coordinate transformation, angular velocity vector, description of velocity and acceleration in relatively moving frames, Euler angles, application of rigid body kinematics in velocity and acceleration analysis of simple plane and space mechanism. Review of methods of momentum and angular momentum of system of particles, inertia tensor of rigid body. Dynamics of rigid bodies - Euler's equation, application to motion of symmetric tops and gyroscopes, problems of system of bodies in planar motion using Newton-Euler method. Kinetic energy of a rigid body, virtual displacement and classification of constraints.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Attend all classes, make short notes, seek help from external resources, solve problems, tutorials, read good books (Meriam & Kraige).