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# Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics

### Overview

This course provides an introduction to Dynamics, and covers the necessary prerequisite materials. Topics include particle kinematics covering rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion using Cartesian, Natural, Polar & Cylindrical coordinates, as well as relative motion. Particle kinetics covers Force-Mass-Acceleration using Cartesian, Natural & Polar coordinates, Work & Kinetic Energy, Linear Impulse & Momentum, and Angular Momentum Conservation. Rigid Body Planar Kinematics covers Relative Velocity, Relative Acceleration and Sliding Contacts. Rigid Body Planar Kinetics covers Mass Moment of Inertia, Force-Mass-Acceleration, Work-Energy, Linear Impulse & Momentum, and Impacts & Momentum Conservation. Rigid Body 3D Kinematics & Kinetics topics include Geometrical Properties and Euler's Equations of Motion. Course Review of all topics is also covered.

### Syllabus

Lec01- Introduction to Dynamics (Theory) and Prerequisite Content Review.
Lec02 - Particle Kinematics (Theory) for Rectilinear Motion.
Lec03 - Particle Kinematics (Examples) for Rectilinear Motion.
Lec04 - Particle Kinematics (Theory & Examples) for Curvilinear Motion using Cartesian Coordinates.
Lec05 - Particle Kinematics (Theory) for Curvilinear Motion using Natural (N/T) Coordinates.
Lec06 - Particle Kinematics (Examples) for Curvilinear Motion using Natural (N/T) Coordinates.
Lec07 - Particle Kinematics (Theory) for Curvilinear Motion using Polar Coordinates.
Lec08 - Particle Kinematics (Examples) for Curvilinear Motion using Polar/Cylindrical Coordinates.
Lec09 - Particle Kinematics (Theory & Examples) Relative Motion.
Lec10 - Particle Kinetics (Theory & Examples) Force-Mass-Acceleration using Cartesian Coordinates.
Lec11 - Particle Kinetics (Theory & Examples) Force-Mass-Acceleration using Natural Coordinates.
Lec12 - Particle Kinetics (Theory & Examples) Force-Mass-Acceleration using Polar/Cyl. Coordinates.
Lec13 - Particle Kinetics (Theory) Work & Kinetic Energy.
Lec14 - Particle Kinetics (Theory) Work, Potential Energy, & Non-Conservative Forces.
Lec15 - Particle Kinetics (Examples) Work-Energy.
Lec16 - Particle Kinetics (Theory) Linear Impulse-Momentum and Collisions.
Lec17 - Particle Kinetics (Examples) Linear Momentum Conservation in Collisions.
Lec18 - Particle Kinetics (Theory & Examples) Angular Momentum Conservation.
Lec19 - Rigid Body Planar Kinematics (Theory) Relative Velocity.
Lec20 - Rigid Body Planar Kinematics (Examples) Relative Velocity.
Lec21- Rigid Body Planar Kinematics (Theory & Examples) Relative Acceleration.
Lec22 - Rigid Body Planar Kinematics (Theory) Sliding Contacts.
Lec23 - Rigid Body Planar Kinematics (Examples) Sliding Contacts.
Lec24 - Rigid Body Planar Kinematics (Theory) Moving Reference Frames.
Lec25 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Theory & Examples) Mass Moment of Inertia.
Lec26 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Theory) Force-Mass-Acceleration.
Lec27 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Examples) Force-Mass-Acceleration.
Lec28 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Theory) Work-Energy.
Lec29 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Examples) Work-Energy.
Lec30 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (More Examples) Work-Energy.
Lec31- Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Theory) Angular Impulse & Momentum.
Lec32 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Theory & Example) Impacts & Momentum Conservation.
Lec33 - Rigid Body Planar Kinetics (Example) Impacts & Momentum Conservation.
Lec34 - Rigid Body 3D Kinematics (Theory).
Lec35 - Rigid Body 3D Kinematics (Examples).
Lec36 - Rigid Body 3D Kinetics (Theory) Geometrical Properties.
Lec37 - Rigid Body 3D Kinetics (Theory) Euler's Equations of Motion.
Lec38 - Rigid Body 3D Kinetics (Examples) Euler's Equations of Motion.
Lec39 - Review of Course Content Areas.

Scott Reckinger

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