# CE261 ENGINEERING MECHANICS - DYNAMICS

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1 CE1 ENGINEERING MECHANICS - DYNAMICS Instructor JORGE A. RAMÍREZ, PH.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Water Resources, Hydrologic and Environmental Sciences Division Civil Engineering Department A Engineering Bldg. - (70) 1-71 A7 ERC - (70) Office Hours: MWF 1:00 Noon 1 PM in A Engineering Bldg. Textbooks and References 1. Engineering Mechanics -Dynamics by J. L. Meriam and L. G. Kraige. Fifth Edition, Wiley, Course Objectives This course introduces engineering students to the analysis of dynamic systems encountered in engineering design practice. As a result, students will develop a clear understanding of the basic principles that govern the dynamics of particles and rigid bodies; as well as an ability to use that understanding in the solution of engineering problems. Methodology Students will be given weekly reading assignments and homework problems. assignments and homework problems are fundamental to the student's success in understanding the material. In particular, the homework problems will develop the student's ability to visualize the nature of the physical problem at hand and to develop the corresponding mathematical description leading to a solution. Students are expected to read the assigned material prior to the corresponding lecture. s Homework assignments will be posted weekly on the web page for the class. Three or more problems will be assigned each week, three of which must be turned in for credit. Only one of the three problems will be graded. Homework assignments are due by the end of class every Wednesday. No late homework assignments will be accepted. Your solutions to homework problems should: a) include definition of the problem; b) show clearly the solution procedure; and c) present and highlight (i.e., in a box) the answers with appropriate units. You are encouraged to work with others, however, the work you turn in must be your own. 1 Jorge A. Ramirez

2 Topics Kinematics of particles Rectilinear Motion Plane curvilinear motion Space curvilinear motion Relative motion Kinetics of particles Newton's Second Law: Force, Mass and Acceleration Work and Energy Impulse and Momentum Kinematics of rigid bodies Rotation Absolute motion Relative motion Kinetics of rigid bodies Force, Mass and Acceleration Work and Energy Impulse and Momentum Course Evaluation Homework and other assignments 0% 3 Midterm each 0% Final Exam 0% Course Prerequisites CE 0 Engineering Mechanics - Statics; and (CB101 or CB103 or CBCC1 or CE108 or CHCC1 or ME101 or MECC1) Schedule Lecture MWF :00 - :50 AM JVK Wagar 31 Jorge A. Ramirez

3 CE1 Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics # Date Topic Dynamics of Particles Introduction to Dynamics 1/1-1/7 3-1 Kinematics of Particles - Rectilinear Motion Motion - x, y No Classes 5 Motion - n, t Motion - r, q /1 - / /3 - / /5 / Relative Motion /8 7 Constrained Motion / - / Kinetics of Particles - Force, Mass and Acceleration Newton's Second Law - Equation of Motion 3/1-3/ 3/ - 3/3 10 Rectilinear Motion 3/ 0 Curvilinear Motion 3/5 1 3 Work and Energy 3/ - 3/7 5 Kinetic Energy Energy 3/ - 3/7 - : PM 1 7 Kinetic and Potential Energy 3/ - 3/7 3 Jorge A. Ramirez

4 CE1 Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Date Topic 15 Potential Energy 3/ - 3/7 1 Oct. 17 Oct. Oct. 7 1 Oct. Linear Impulse and Linear Momentum 3/8 3/ Linear Impulse and Linear Momentum 3/8 3/ Angular Impulse and Angular Momentum 3/10 Angular Impulse and Angular Momentum 3/10 0 Oct. Impact 3/ 3/1 1 Oct. 1 Impact 3/ 3/1 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies Oct. 1 Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Plane Motion - Rotation 5/1 5/ 3 Oct. Absolute Motion 5/3 Oct. 1 Relative Velocity 5/ 5/5 5 Oct. 3 Relative Acceleration 5/ Oct. Oct. 5 7 Oct. 8 8 Oct. - : PM 5/ 5/7 5/7 5/7 1 Kinetics of Rigid Bodies Equations of Motion /1 / Jorge A. Ramirez

5 CE1 Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Date Topic Equations of Motion - Translation / - /3 31 Translation /3 3 8 Fixed-axis Rotation / 33 General Plane Motion /5 3 General Plane Motion / Work and Energy / 3 Work and Energy / 37 0 Work and Energy / 1 - : PM 38 Work and Energy / 5 7 Fall Recess 3 Dec. Impulse - Momentum /8 0 Dec. Impulse - Momentum /8 1 Dec. Impulse - Momentum /8 Dec. Impulse - Momentum /8 3 Dec. Review Review Dec. Review Review Dec. 1 Final Exam 3:0 PM - 5:0 PM 5 Jorge A. Ramirez

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