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Engineering

ENGR 203


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Credit Hours

(4-0) 4 Cr. Hrs.

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Dynamics


Course Description

This course is designed to teach the student kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies including methods of motion relative to translating and rotating reference frames, force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum and vibrations. This course is designed as an engineering transfer course. Transferability of this course into the desired engineering program should be confirmed with the transfer office.

Prerequisites

(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)

Course Competencies

Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:

  • Examine the concepts of particle motion, including position, velocity, and acceleration.
  • Investigate particle motion along a straight line.
  • Construct graphs representing particle motion along a straight line.
  • Investigate particle motion along a curved path using different coordinate systems.
  • Analyze dependent motion of two particles.
  • Analyze relative motion of particles using translating coordinate axes.
  • Explore Newton's Laws of Motion and Gravitational Attraction.
  • Analyze the accelerated motion of a particle using different coordinate systems.
  • Calculate the solutions to particle motion problems using the principle of work and energy.
  • Calculate the solutions to particle motion problems involving power and efficiency.
  • Calculate the solutions to particle motion problems using conservation of energy.
  • Calculate the solutions to particle motion problems using the principle of linear impulse and momentum.
  • Calculate the solutions to particle motion problems using conservation of momentum.
  • Classify the various types of rigid-body planar motion.
  • Investigate rigid body translation.
  • Analyze motion about a fixed axis.
  • Analyze relative motion using a translating reference frame.
  • Solve rigid body motion problems using the instantaneous center of zero velocity.
  • Analyze relative motion of a rigid body using a rotating frame of reference.
  • Apply the planar kinetic equations of motion for a rigid body in the solution of rigid body motion problems.
  • Calculate the solutions to rigid body motion problems using the principle of work and energy.
  • Calculate the solutions to rigid body motion problems using conservation of energy.
  • Calculate the solutions to rigid body motion problems using the principle of linear impulse and momentum.
  • Calculate the solutions to rigid body motion problems using conservation of momentum.
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