Fundamentals of Dynamics for Engineering Students

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Language: English
Created by: Foster Lubbe
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Enroll: 774 students

What you’ll learn

  • Derivation of equations of motion.
  • Plotting acceleration, velocity and displacement versus time.
  • Mathematical analysis of motion along a straight line.
  • Mathematical analysis of motion along a curved line.
  • Analysis of projectile motion.
  • Polar coordinates.
  • Relative motion in one dimension.
  • Relative motion in two dimensions.
  • How to use Newton’s Second Law to solve kinetics problems.
  • How to apply Newton’s Second Law using normal-tangential coordinates.
  • How to apply Newton’s Second Law using cylindrical coordinates.
  • How to use the Principle of Work and Energy to solve kinetics problems.
  • How to apply the Principle of Energy Conservation.
  • How to use the Principle of Impulse and Momentum to solve kinetics problems.

Requirements

  • Engineering Mechanics: Statics

Description

This course covers the material typically included in a first university course in Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics. The focus of the course is on the fundamentals Рyou will learn the theory and also be guided by examples Рin order for you to improve your university grades. This course is therefore the ideal supplement to your first university course in Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics, but can also be taken as a stand-alone course by anyone who wants to learn the fundamentals of engineering dynamics.

Who this course is for:

  • Students of Mechanical Engineering looking to improve their grades.
  • Professional engineers looking to brush up on their dynamics.

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