SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
Dr Eicher Low
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Kinematics of a Particle (Chapter 13) :
Curvilinear Motion
Normal and Tangential
Components
Particle Motion an
SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
Kinematics of a Particle (Chapter 13) :
Non-Cartesian Coordinate
Systems
Non-Cartesian Coordinate Systems
Choice of coordinate systems affects the problem
formulation
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Assignment 1
SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
Due : 5.00 pm, 30 January, 2015
1. A truck travels in a circular path having a radius of 50 m at a speed of 4 m/s is shown in
Figure 1. For a short distance f
Problem Set 4
SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
1.
F(t)
a. A spring-mass system is located on a fixed platform as shown. Assume the mass can
slide freely (no friction) on the platform surface. The magnitud
Problem Sets 3
SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
1. The mass of A is 30 kg and the mass of B is 5 kg. The force F = 150 N. The mass A slides
on a horizontal surface and the angle is constant. Determine the
Problem Sets 2
SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
1. At the instant shown, the magnitude of the airplanes velocity is 130 m/s, its tangential
component of acceleration is at = 4 m/s2, and the rate of change
Applications of Differentiation
(Chapter 3 of T. Smiths Calculus)
Contents
3.1 LINEAR APPROXIMATIONS AND NEWTONS
METHOD
3.2 INDETERMINATE FORMS AND lHPITALS RULE
3.3 MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM VALUES
3.4 INC
Differentiation
(Chapter 2 of T. Smiths Calculus)
1
Contents
2.1 Tangent Lines and Velocity
2.2 The Derivative
2.3 Computation Of Derivatives: The Power Rule
2.4 The Product And Quotient Rules
2.5 The
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SIE1007 Dynamics of Machines
Kinetics of a Particle (Chapter 14) :
Newtons Laws
Equations of Motion
Newtons Laws
A particle in isolation moves with constant velocity
In Isolation means no interact