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MET 3003 Dynamics, Spring 2013
No.
Lecture Topics
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Syllabus
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Chapter 1: Kinematics of a Particle
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Chapter 1: Kinematics of a Particle
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Chapter 1: Kinematics of a Particle
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Chapter 1: Kinematics of a Particle
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Chapter 2: Kinetics of a Particle Force
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SYLLABUS
MET 3003: DYNAMICS
SPRING 2013
Lecture: TR 10:30 11:45 a.m., CLBN 302
INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Young B. Chang
383 Cordell South
Phone: 744-7019
Email: young.chang@okstate.edu
Office Hours: As available
PREREQUISITES: MATH 2123 Calculus for Technolo
CHAPTER 1: KINEMATICS OF A PARTICLE
Kinematics: A study of the geometry of the motion
Kinetics: A study of the forces that cause the motion
Dynamics: A study of the behavior of rigid or flexible bodies that undergo accelerated
motion. The term dynamics ca
Osteoporos Int (2009) 20:19771988
DOI 10.1007/s00198-009-1045-4
CONSENSUS STATEMENT
Hip protectors: recommendations for biomechanical
testingan international consensus statement (part I)
S. N. Robinovitch & S. L. Evans & J. Minns & A. C. Laing & P. Kannus
The Force Attenuation Provided
by Hip Protectors Depends on
Impact Velocity, Pelvic Size, and
Soft Tissue Stiffness
Andrew C. Laing1
Faculty of Applied Sciences,
Injury Prevention and Mobility Laboratory,
School of Kinesiology,
Simon Fraser University,
88
MET 2313, LAB D
BENDING, FLARING AND INSTALLATION OF
METAL TUBING
OBJECTIVE
The objective of this lab exercise to learn and practice how to bend, flare and install a steel
tubing. Each student will practice to bend a piece of 3/8-inch steel tubing.
TOOLS
MET 2313, LAB C
FASTENERS & FITTINGS
Read the following materials:
IHM Manual: Tasks 19, 30, and 32
FASTENERS
Grade and property class
Tensile strength = Maximum tensile stress (tensile force divided by cross-sectional area) that the
material withstand w
MET 2313, LAB B
HYDRAULIC CONDUITS
Read the following materials:
Tasks 1, 17, 18, 19, 30, 32, 38, and 48 of the IHM Study Manual
FLUID FLOW
One parameter that needs to be considered when selecting a conduit is the range of flow speed.
The internal diamet
IFPS CERTIFICATION TESTS
A fluid power certificate can significantly enhance your job search and career opportunity. Some
positions are required to be filled only by certified specialists or technicians. The International
Fluid Power Society (IFPS) offers
SAFETY IN THE LAB
SAFETY RULES IN FLUID POWER LABS
General
Everyone needs to wear closed-toe shoes in the lab all the time.
Whenever you need to handle any equipment, parts, or tools, you are required to wear eye
protection. If you are wearing prescript
MET 2313, SPRING 2013
ASSIGNMENT #5 (LAB B, LAB C & CHAPTER 2)
Due: 11:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Lab Section Number:
Name:
Assignment (10 pts)
Work the problems on following pages. You should not show your work to any other student,
and you sho
MET 2313, SPRING 2013
ASSIGNMENT #4 (CHAPTER 2)
Due: 11:00 p.m. on Friday, February 1, 2013
Lab Section Number:
Name:
Assignment (10 pts)
Work the problems on following pages. You should not show your work to any other student,
and you should not refer to
MET 2313, SPRING 2013
ASSIGNMENT #3 (LAB B)
Due: 11:00 p.m. on Friday, January 25, 2012
Section Number:
Name:
Assignment (10 pts)
Review the handout for Lab B.
Read Tasks 1 and 17 of the IHM manual (Industrial Hydraulic Certification Study Manual).
Work t
MET 2313, SPRING 2013
ASSIGNMENT #2
Due: 11:00 p.m. on Friday, January 18, 2013
Lab Section Number:
Name:
Assignment (10 pts)
(1) Apply for the IFPS membership online (www.ifps.org) and download the HS, IHT, and IHM
study manuals. (You may want to downloa
MET 2313, SPRING 2013
ASSIGNMENT #1
Due: 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Assignment (10 pts)
Prepare a PowerPoint file to introduce yourself.
Submit the ppt file using Dropbox before due time.
Each slide should be self-explanatory.
Think about you
1/28/13
APPENDIX A
HYDRAULIC FLUID POWER EQUATIONS
Greek symbols
Alpha
Nu
Beta
Xi
Gamma
Omicron
Delta
Pi
Epsilon
Rho
Zeta
Sigma
Eta
Tau
Theta
Upsilon
Iota
Phi
Kappa
Chi
Lambda
Psi
Mu
Omega
Multipliers
kilo (k) = 103
mega (M) = 106
giga (G) = 109
centi (c)
CHAPTER 3: HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
Read the following materials:
HS Manual: Task 5.1
IHT Manual: Outcomes 30.10, 50.110
3.1
UNITS
SI: International System of Units (Systme international d'units)
Also called MKS (Meter-Kilogram-Second) or Metric System.
Base
CHAPTER 2: BASIC HYDRAULIC CONCEPTS
2.1
PASCALS LAW AND PRESSURE
Pressure exerted on a confined liquid at rest
is transmitted equally in all directions,
is the same at any point in the fluid, and
acts at right angles to the surfaces of the container.
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p