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Online Course

Rigid Body Dynamics

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology via Coursera

Overview

This course teaches dynamics, one of the basic mechanics subjects of Mechanical Engineering. Students would be able to organize their knowledge about force and motion, work-energy, impulse-momentum in view of Newton's 2nd law and its integration over time and displacement. The Engineering Dynamics consists of two parts: particle dynamics and rigid body dynamics. This is the second part of the dynamics: rigid body dynamics
The class will consist of lecture videos, which are about 15 min length (or a bit longer). These contain a couple of practice problem solving. There will also be standalone homeworks that are not part of video lectures, and a final exam.

Syllabus

Lecture Note
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Before you start the Lecture, please download this lecture note. Each chapter has two version of lecture note. One is student version that has blanks, the Other is filled version.

1-1 Week
-Introduction to Rigid Body Kinematics, Absolute and Relative Kinematics

1-2 Week
-Relative Velocity & Acceleration

2-1 Week
-Motion Relative to Rotating Axis

2-2 Week
-Fundamentals of Kinematics of rigid body

3-1 Week
-General plane motion of rigid body

3-2 Week
-Work and energy of rigid body

4-1 Week
-Work and energy of rigid body

4-2 Week
-Impulse and momentum of rigid body

5-1 Week
-Impulse and momentum of rigid body

5-2 Week
-3D Kinematics of rigid body

6-1 Week
-3D Kinematics of rigid body

6-2 Week
-3D Kinetics of rigid body

7-1 Week
-3D Kinetics of rigid body

7-2 Week
-Gyroscopic motion

Taught by

Sukyung Park

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