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The University of Alabama Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics AEM 264 – Dynamics Spring 2016 Text: Engineering Mechanics Dynamics, 14 Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, R. C.Hibbeler Text Class Day Date Topics Material 1 W 1/13 Class Introduction, Mastering Engineering 12.1-2 2 F 1/15 Kinematics of Particles, Rectilinear Kinematics 12.1-2 M 1/18 HOLIDAY – MLK Jr. Birthday 3 W 1/20* Rectilinear Kinematics, Erratic Motion 12.3 4 F 1/22 General Curvilinear Motion, Rectangular Components 12.4-5 5 M 1/25 Projectile Motion 12.6 6 W 1/27 Normal & Tangential (n-t) Components 12.7 7 F 1/29 Absolute Dependent Motion 12.9 8 M 2/1 Relative Motion 12.10 9 W 2/3 Absolute Dependent and Relative Motion 12.9-10 nd 10 F 2/5 Kinetics of Particles, NewtLaw, Equations of Motion, 13.1-4 Rectangular Coordinates 11 M 2/8 Newton’s 2dLaw, Rectangular Coordinates 13.1-4 .. 2/9 Exam #1, 7-9 pm, Chapter 12 12 W 2/10 Equations of Motion, Normal & Tangential (n-t) Coordin13.5 13 F 2/12 Equations of Motion, Normal & Tangential (n-t) Coordin13.5 14 M 2/15 Kinetics of Particles, Work & Energy 14.1-3 15 W 2/17 Work & Energy 14.1-3 16 F 2/19 Power & Efficiency 14.4 17 M 2/22 Conservation of Energy 14.5-6 18 W 2/24** Conservation of Energy with Non-Conservative Work 14.5-6 19 F 2/26 Linear Impulse & Momentum 15.1 20 M 2/29 15.2-3 System of Particles and Conservation of Linear Momentum 21 W 3/2 Direct Impact 15.4 22 F 3/4 Oblique Impact 15.4 Kinematics of Rigid Bodies, Translation & Rotation about a 23 M 3/7 Fixed Axis 16.1-3 T 3/8 Exam #2, 7–9 pm, Chapters 12-15 24 W 3/9 Rotation about a Fixed Axis 16.3 25 F 3/11 Absolute Motion 16.4 3/14-18 SPRING BREAK 26 M 3/21+ Relative Motion, Velocity 16.5 27 W 3/23 Relative Motion, Velocity 16.5 28 F 3/25 Instantaneous Center 16.6 29 M 3/28 Instantaneous Center 16.6 30 W 3/30 Relative Motion, Acceleration 16.7 31 F 4/1 Relative Motion, Acceleration 16.7 32 M 4/4 Relative Motion, Acceleration 16.7 33 W 4/6 Kinetics of Rigid Bodies, MMOI 17.1 F 4/8 HONORS DAY 34 M 4/11 Equations of Motion, Translation, Rotation about a 17.2-4Axis T 4/12 Exam #3, 7-9 pm, Chapters 12-16 35 W 4/13 Equations of Motion, Rotation about a fixed Axis 17.4 36 F 4/15 Equations of Motion, General Plane Motion 17.5 37 M 4/18 Equations of Motion, General Plane Motion 17.5 38 W 4/20 Equations of Motion, General Plane Motion 17.5 39 F 4/22++ Rigid Bodies, Work & Energy 18.1-4 40 M 4/25 Rigid Bodies, Work & Energy 18.1-4 41 W 4/27 Conservation of Energy 18.5 42 F 4/29 Conservation of Energy and Review 18.5 Section 001 8:00 a.m. F 5/6 Final Exam Section 002 11:30 a.m * * Last day to drop a course without a grade of “W” 20 Jan ** Midterm grade submissions for 100-200 level courses 24 Feb. (due 12:00 Midnight) + Last day to drop a course with a grade of “W” 30 March ++Last day for all tests, etc., 22 April AEM 264 – Dynamics Academic and Administrative Policies Instructor: Steve Cooper Office: 238 Hardaway Hall E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Section 001 Meeting Time: MWF: 9:00 a.m. -9:50 a.m Section 002 Meeting Time: MWF: 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m Office Hours:TR: 12:00 – 1:30 You are expected to be proficient through Statics and Calculus II, and able to sketch clearly. Proficiency in both geometry and trigonometry is expected. Textbook: Engineering Mechanics Dynamics , 14thEdition, Pearson Prentice Hall, author: R. C. Hibbeler. Mastering Engineering access code is required. Course Objectives: The main objective of this course in mechanics is to develop the ability to analyze engineering problems involving motion in a simple and logical manner and to obtain solutions through the application of the basic principles of mechanics. Topics include kinematics of particles and rigid bodies, Newton’s laws of motion, and the principles of work-energy and impulse-momentum for particles and rigid bodies. Activities: Three examinations (no drops) 50% MasteringEngineering and written homework (no drops) 25% 25% Final examination There will be no make-up exams. If you miss an exam for a documented valid reason, then your score on the final exam will be substituted for the missed exam score; otherwise, the missed exam will be scored as 0. Only one such substitution is permitted. A + A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D + D D - F 100+ 97 92 90 87 82 80 77 72 70 67 62 60 Homework: Homework will beassigned for most class meeting days. The Homework catagories will include1) readings in the text, (2) tutorials and online problems in MasteringEngineering, (3) written homework submitted in class as hardcopy. The course ID for MasteringEngineering is_________________ (no s paces). Collaboration: Discussion and the exchange of ideas are important parts of the learning process, and I encourage such activities in a community of scholars. However, you must ensure that any work you submit for grading is your own. Professionalism: All students in attendance at the University of Alabama are expected to be honorable and to observe standards of conduct appropriate to a community of scholars. The University expects from its students a higher standard of conduct than the minimum required to avoid discipline. Academic misconduct includes all acts of dishonesty in any academically related matter and any knowing or intentional help or attempt to help, or conspiracy to help, another student. The Academic Misconduct Disciplinary Policy will be followed in the event of academic misconduct. Services: Students requiring disability services must follow the ODS (http://ods.ua.edu) guidelines. University counseling services are available at http://sa.ua.edu/counseling. Electronic Communication: Both MasteringEngineering, the Pearson Prentice Hall online tutorial and homework system (http://www.masteringengineering.com) and the University of Alabama Blackboard system will be used. Students are responsible for checkingMasteringEngineering and the course Blackboard site on a regular basis. Disclaimer: Assignment sheets and course content are subject to modification when circumstances or sound pedagogy dictate and as the course progresses. If changes are made, you will be given due notice.
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