#### Course Description:

Kinematics and kinetics of particles, systems, and bodies. Including topics on work and energy, impulse and momentum, rigid body motion, and rotating bodies. More advance topics will include the systems the general theorems for systems of particles and the inertia tensor.
See below for more details.

Prerequisite: EGR 1010 and EGR 2200
3 credit hours

#### Syllabi:

##### Required Book:
Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics   Hibbeler.  Prentice Hall
##### Recommended books:
5th Edition.  Nelson, Best, McLean  McGraw-Hill (1992).

#### Subject matter covered in class:

Chapter 12 Kinematics
• One dimensional motion...location, displacement, distance, velocity, speed, acceleration, average velocity, average speed, average acceleration from a mathematical and graphical perspective...most problems can only be done using calculus
• Two dimensional motion projectile motion in rectangular; curvilinear coordinates, curvature, radius of curvature, tangential and normal components of velocity and acceleration
• three dimensional motion...cylindrical coordinates
• equations of motion, relative velocity, and relative acceleration
Chapter 13 Force: Forces, velocities, accelerations, relative velocities, relative accelerations in
• Rectangular coordinates
• Curvilinear coordinates (tangential and normal)
• Cylindrical coordinates
• Central force problems
Chapter 16 Rigid Body Motion
• Angular velocities and angular accelerations with constraints
• Angular velocities and angular accelerations relative angular velocities and relative angular accelerations of rigid objects linked together (as well as these parameters applied to the links)
Chapter 14 Work and Energy
• Work, kinetic energy, potential energy
• Conservation of energy
• Normal forces on curved sections
Chapter 15 Impulse and Momentum
• Impulse, conservation of momentum
• Collisions in one and in two dimensions
• Angular momentum and angular impulse and torque
Chapter 17 Rigid body Motion; Forces and Acceleration; Rotating Bodies
• Forces, torques, moment of inertia, linear acceleration
• Moment of inertia, torques, friction (rolling problems), angular acceleration, linear acceleration
• Torques, rotation energy, angular momentum
• Collisions, differences in translational and rotational energies, conservation of linear and angular momentum