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Maple
BioBoard
Dimensions
L [cm]
b [cm]
t [cm]
1.00E+02
3.74E+00
6.50E-01
8.00E+01
3.74E+00
6.50E-01
1.00E+02
3.77E+00
6.19E-01
P [N]
delta [cm]
Calculations
I [m^4]
E [N/m^2]
M_max [Nm]
sig_max [N/m^2]
2.5
CURVILINEAR MOTION:
GENERAL & RECTANGULAR COMPONENTS
Objectives:
1. Describe the motion of a
particle traveling along a
curved path.
2. Relate kinematic quantities
in terms of the rectangular
components of the vectors.
Activities:
General Curvilinear Mot
POWER AND EFFICIENCY
Objectives:
1. Determine the power generated
by a machine, engine, or motor.
2. Calculate the mechanical
efficiency of a machine.
In-Class Activities:
Define Power
Define Efficiency
Group Problem Solving
It equals about 0.24
calori
THE WORK OF A FORCE, THE PRINCIPLE OF
WORK AND ENERGY & SYSTEMS OF PARTICLES
Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Calculate the work of a force.
2. Apply the principle of work and
energy to a particle or system of
particles.
Activities:
Work of A For
RELATIVE-MOTION ANALYSIS OF TWO PARTICLES
USING TRANSLATING AXES
Todays Objectives:
1. Understand translating
frames of reference.
2. Use translating frames of
reference to analyze relative
motion.
In-Class Activities:
Relative Position, Velocity and
Acc
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Maple
BioBoard
Dimensions
L [cm]
b [cm]
t [cm]
Measurements
P [N]
delta [cm]
Calculations
I [m^4]
E [N/m^2]
M_max [Nm]
sig_max [N/m^2]
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Mark Schar, Mark Cuson
Madison Longboard
Designing a Deck
Watch out, Phil Knight. Here we come! said Adam in a mock menacing tone. Yeah, sure replied Sam.
Weve got a long way to go before anyones comparing us to Nike. However, it was undeniable that Madis
EQUATIONS OF MOTION:
NORMAL AND TANGENTIAL COORDINATES
Objectives:
1. Apply the equation of motion
using normal and tangential
coordinates.
In-Class :
Equation of Motion in n-t
Coordinates
Group Problem Solving
1
APPLICATIONS
Race tracks are often banke
INTRODUCTION &
RECTILINEAR KINEMATICS: CONTINUOUS MOTION
Objectives:
1. Find the kinematic quantities
(position, displacement, velocity,
and acceleration) of a particle
traveling along a straight path.
In-Class:
Relations between s(t), v(t),
and a(t) for
PRINCIPLE OF LINEAR IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM
Objectives:
1. Calculate the linear
momentum of a particle and
linear impulse of a force.
2. Apply the principle of linear
impulse and momentum.
In-Class Activities:
Applications
Linear Momentum and Impulse
Prin
Lecture 3: Objectives and Agenda
Lecture 3: Math 24
Introduction to Linear Algebra
and Differential Equations
Professor Shilpa Khatri
Homework 2: Due Sept 8 before class
- Read Sections 1.3 - 1.5
- Section 1.3: Problem 4, 12, 16, 20, 22, and 39
- Section
Madison Longboard
Designing a Deck
Madison Longboard
Designing a Deck
We return to Sam and Adam and their
company, Madison Longboard
They are designing a longboard deck
Measure deflection of materials
Calculate Youngs modulus
Determine maximum bendin