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 – you will learn the theory and also be guided by examples – in 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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