DNK 201E  Dynamics
Course Objectives
An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering, An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
Course Description
Introduce the principles of Engineering Mechanics and their applications in the design and analysis of mechanical systems. Determine the kinematic parameters, position, velocity and acceleration, of a moving object. Understand the difference between velocity, acceleration, angular velocity and angular acceleration. Represent a mechanical system using free body diagrams. Understand how unbalanced forces lead to the movement of objects that can be treated as particles, and can analyze the basic aspects of this process. Determine unbalanced forces and kinematic parameters of mechanical systems by using the principles of mechanics. Analyze basic aspects of the motion of rigid bodies consisting of connected links, rollers, pins and sliders. Understand how unbalanced forces lead to the movement of the center of mass of rigid bodies, and can analyze the basic aspects of this process. Analyze the basic aspects of how this leads to the spinning, rotation of rigid bodies.


Course Coordinator
Abdul Hayır
Course Language
English


