Dynamics

Semester 2, 2020

Staff

- Eppuje Kwon
- Hazim Namik (coordinator)

Teaching schedule

Lectures:

Monday 4-5pm, Tuesday 1-2pm, Wednesday 2-3pm. All lectures are held in 405-460

Tutorials:

Tutorials are held in 402-211 (MDLS Flexi 1), 405-222 (MDLS Flexi 5), and 405-236/405-240 (MDLS Flexi 6 A & B) at the following times:

Friday 10-11am

Friday 11am-12pm

Calendar notes

Kinematics of particles, rectilinear and curvilinear motion, kinematics of rigid bodies in the plane. Kinetics of particles, systems of particles and rigid bodies. Impulse and momentum, mechanism motion in the plane. Vibration of a particle.

Prerequisite: ENGGEN 121 or 150

## Intended learning outcomes |
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Kinematics of rigid bodies: For a rigid body, the student will be able to: determine the instantaneous centre of zero velocity, calculate the instantaneous velocity and acceleration of any point of specified motion, and calculate the angular velocity and the angular acceleration of specified motion. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 01 Test A Assignment 05 Exam |

Relative motion: The student will be able to choose appropriate fixed and moving coordinates systems for the required analysis. They will be able to express the known problem parameters in terms of the variables of the fixed and moving coordinate systems. The student will be able to use analytical or graphical means to combine the 'fixed' and 'moving' data to find the problem 'unknowns'. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 01 Assignment 06 Test B Project B Exam |

Kinematics of particles: The student will be able to choose the appropriate coordinate system(s) with which to analyse a given problem. Then, they will be able to: compute the position, velocity and acceleration of the measured parameters of the chosen coordinate system(s) and apply coordinate transformations where necessary to facilitate the analysis of the given motion data. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 01 Assignment 04 Test A Exam |

Vibration of Particles: The student will be able to determine natural frequency, damped natural frequency, and damping ratio with given system parameters or experimental free vibration response and they will be able to choose the proper general solution according to different damping ratios. They will be able to determine the simple free and forced vibration responses of single degree of freedom systems from the general solution. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA05: modern tool usage (1) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGK05: engineering design (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 02 Assignment 03 Test A Project A Lab Exam |

2D mechanism motion: The student will be able to use simultaneous application of rigid body analysis to the individual links to determine the linear and angular velocity and acceleration at any point on a planar single-degree of freedom pinned mechanism. They will be able to use simultaneous application of rigid body analysis and relative motion analysis to determine the linear and angular velocity and acceleration at any point on a planar single-degree of freedom mechanism in which sliding occurs. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA05: modern tool usage (1) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGA12: lifelong learning (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGK05: engineering design (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 07 Test B Project B Exam |

Kinetics of Particles: The student will be able to: isolate and draw a complete free-body diagram. They will be able to solve a kinetics of particle problem by choosing the best method, applying Newton's 2nd and applying impulse-momentum (linear and angular). They will be able to solve situations involving oblique impact of particles. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 01 Assignment 08 Test B Assignment 09 Assignment 10 Exam |

Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: The student will be able to: isolate and draw a complete free-body diagram. They will be able to solve a kinetics of rigid bodies problem by choosing the best method, applying Newton's 2nd and applying work-energy method. The student will be able to calculate the mass moment of inertia of simple geometries from first principles. |
ENGA01: engineering knowledge (3) ENGA02: problem analysis (2) ENGA05: modern tool usage (1) ENGA09: individual and team work (1) ENGA10: communication (1) ENGK01: theory of natural sciences (4) ENGK02: mathematical modelling (3) ENGK03: abstraction and formulation (4) ENGK05: engineering design (4) ENGP01: depth of knowledge required (2) ENGP03: depth of analysis required (2) ENGP07: interdependence (2) UOA_1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice (3) UOA_2: Critical Thinking (1) UOA_3: Solution Seeking (2) UOA_4: Communication and Engagement (1) |
Assignment 01 Assignment 11 Lab Exam |

Coursework

50% coursework consisting of :

2 Written tests (20%)

2 Projects (20%)

11 Assignments (5%)

1 Laboratory (5%)

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50% Final exam. Closed book restricted calculator.

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