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Engineering Dynamics
Engineering Dynamics (EngM373)
Department of Engineering Mechanics
University of NebraskaLincoln
(Prepared by Mehrdad Negahban, 1996  2005)
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Outline
Grading policy
Notation and units
Rectilinear motion
Curvilinear motion
Rectangular coordinates
Normal and tangential coordinates
Polar coordinates
Relative and constrained motion
Space curvilinear motion
Newton's 2nd law
The workenergy relation
Potential energy
Linear impulsemomentum relation
Impact
Angular impulsemomentum relation
Kinematics of rigid bodies
Relative motion of points on a rigid body
Instantaneous center of velocity
Observations relative to moving frames
Mass moments of inertia
Equations of motion for a rigid body (Euler's equations)
Calculating angular momentum for a rigid body
Euler's second law for two dimensional motion
Using Euler's laws for 2D motion
Workenergy relation for a rigid body
An old Exam I
An old Exam II
The math you need to know
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