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1 Cnceptual Dynamics An Interactive Text and Wrkbk Kirstie Plantenberg Richard Hill SDC P U B L I C AT I O N S Better Textbks. Lwer Prices.
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3 Cnceptual Dynamics Table f Cntents TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I: INTRODUCTION Chapter 1: Basic cncepts and units Dynamics What is dynamics? What will we learn? Prerequisite knwledge Units Why units are imprtant Unit f measure SI units Metric system US custmary system Basic cncepts Vectrs Space Psitin Time Velcity Acceleratin Frce Mass and weight Calculus and dynamics Slving dynamics prblems Universal gravitatin Chapter 1 review prblems Chapter 1 prblems PART II: KINEMATICS Chapter 2: Kinematics f Particles Rectilinear Mtin Rectilinear mtin Rectilinear mtin Rectilinear crdinate axis Psitin Displacement Velcity Acceleratin Slving rectilinear prblems The basic equatins Time dependent equatins Psitin dependent equatins Acceleratin as a functin f velcity Cnstant acceleratin equatins General ntes Erratic rectilinear mtin Slving rectilinear prblems graphically TC  1
4 DYNAMICS Table f Cntents Cnceptual Dynamics Chapter 2 review prblems Chapter 2 prblems Chapter 2 activities Chapter 3: Kinematics f Particles Curvilinear Mtin Plane curvilinear mtin: xy crdinates Plane curvilinear mtin Plane curvilinear mtin: Cartesian crdinates (xy) Psitin Displacement and ttal distance traveled Velcity Acceleratin Slving plane curvilinear prblems Prjectile mtin Prjectile mtin Falling Slving prjectile prblems Plane curvilinear mtin: nt crdinates Nrmal  tangential crdinate system Velcity Acceleratin Circular mtin Plane curvilinear mtin: plar crdinates Plar crdinate system Psitin Velcity Acceleratin Plar crdinates versus nt crdinates Chsing a crdinate system Relative mtin Reference frame definitins Abslute and relative mtin Cnstrained & dependent mtin Cnstrained & dependent mtin Rpes & pulleys Slving rpe & pulley prblems Linear bearings / cllars Slts Jints Surface cntacts / cam and fllwer Chapter 3 review prblems Chapter 3 prblems Chapter 3 activities Chapter 4: Kinematics f Rigid Bdies Rigid bdy mtin What is a rigid bdy? Hw des a rigid bdy mve Pure rtatin Rtatin abut a fixed axis Angular kinematic relatinships TC  2
5 Cnceptual Dynamics Table f Cntents Velcity and acceleratin f a pint Gears and belts General planar mtin Relative velcity and acceleratin Mechanisms Cnstraints Linear bearings / cllars Slts Jints Surface cntacts Analyzing mechanisms Instantaneus center f zer and knwn velcities Instantaneus center f zer velcity Rlling Relative sliding in mechanisms Chapter 4 review prblems Chapter 4 prblems PART III: KINETICS NEWTONIAN MECHANICS Chapter 5: Particle Newtnian Mechanics Newtnian mechanics Kinetics Newtnian mechanics Mass versus weight Frce Acceleratin Newtn's laws Newtn's first law Newtn's secnd law Newtn's third law Typical frces acting n a bdy Weight (W) Nrmal Frce (N) Tensin frce (T) Frictin frce (F f ) Spring frce (F s ) Damping frce (F d ) Frictin Frictin definitin summary Slving a frictin prblem Free bdy diagrams Applying Newtn's secnd law Newtn's secnd law in rectangular crdinates Newtn's secnd law in nrmaltangential crdinates Newtn's secnd law in plar crdinates Newtn's laws fr systems f particles Chapter 5 review prblems Chapter 5 prblems Chapter 5 activities TC  3
6 DYNAMICS Table f Cntents Cnceptual Dynamics Chapter 5 design prblems Chapter 6: Rigid Bdy Newtnian Mechanics Rigid bdy mtin Rigid bdy mtin Prerequisite knwledge Center f mass / gravity Center f mass fr a system f particles Center f mass fr a rigid bdy Mments Perpendicular mment arm methd Frce cmpnent methd Crss prduct methd Mass mments Mass mment f inertia fr a system f particles Mass mment f inertia f a rigid bdy Pure translatin Pure rtatin General planar mtin with a center f mass reference Kinetics f rlling General planar mtin Chapter 6 review prblems Chapter 6 prblems PART IV: KINETICS WORK & ENERGY Chapter 7: Particle Wrk & Energy Wrk Wrk dne by a cnstant frce Wrk dne by a nncnstant frce Wrk in the nt crdinate system Kinetic energy Energy Kinetic energy Wrkkinetic energy balance Cnservative & nncnservative frces Ptential energy Ptential energy gravitatinal ptential energy elastic ptential energy Wrkenergy balance & cnservatin f energy The wrkenergy balance equatin Cnservatin f energy Wrkenergy fr a system f particles Wrk Kinetic and ptential energy Wrkenergy balance Pwer and efficiency Pwer Efficiency TC  4
7 Cnceptual Dynamics Table f Cntents Chapter 8: Rigid Bdy Wrk & Energy WrkEnergy fr systems f particles Wrk Kinetic energy Ptential energy Wrkenergy balance Wrk Wrk dne by a frce Wrk dne by a pure cuple (mment) Kinetic energy Pure translatin Pure rtatin Center f mass reference General planar mtin Ptential energy Gravitatinal ptential energy Elastic ptential energy Wrkenergy balance Wrkenergy balance equatin Cnservatin f energy equatin WrkEnergy fr a system f rigid bdies Wrk Kinetic and ptential energy Chapter 8 review prblems Chapter 8 prblems PART V: KINETICS IMPULSE & MOMENTUM Chapter 9: Particle Impulse & Mmentum Linear mmentum Linear impulse Linear impulsemmentum principle Linear impulsemmentum fr a system f particles Cnservatin f linear mmentum Impact Impact Cefficient f restitutin Direct central impact Oblique central impact Angular mmentum Angular impulse Angular impulsemmentum principle Angular impulsemmentum fr a system f particles Cnservatin f angular mmentum Chsing a kinetic analysis methd Newtnian mechanics methd Wrkenergy methd Impulsemmentum methd Chapter 9 review prblems Chapter 9 prblems TC  5
8 DYNAMICS Table f Cntents Cnceptual Dynamics Chapter 10: Rigid Bdy Impulse & Mmentum Linear impulsemmentum fr systems f particles Linear mmentum Particle linear mmentum Rigid bdy linear mmentum Linear impulse Particle linear impulse Rigid bdy linear impulse Linear impulsemmentum principle Linear impulsemmentum fr systems f rigid bdies Cnservatin f linear mmentum Angular impulsemmentum fr systems f particles Angular mmentum Particle angular mmentum Rigid bdy angular mmentum Pure translatin pure rtatin Rtatin abut the mass center G General planar mtin Angular impulse Particle angular impulse Rigid bdy angular impulse Angular impulsemmentum principle Fixedaxis rtatin abut a fixed pint O Rtatin abut the center f mass G Rtatin abut an arbitrary pint P Angular impulsemmentum principle fr systems f rigid bdies Cnservatin f angular mmentum Chapter 10 summary Chapter 10 review prblems Chapter 10 prblems APPENDIX A: MOMENTS OF INERTIA Mass mments f inertia tables Mass mments f inertia Parallel axis therem APPENDIX B: MATH FOR DYNAMICS Gemetry Algebra Trignmetry Vectrs Calculus  Differentiatin Calculus  Integratin TC  6
9 Cnceptual Dynamics Table f Cntents APPENDIX C: UNITS & PROPERTIES Units Prperties APPENDIX D: EQUATIONS Equatins TC  7
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