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Spring 2016

Michael Berry

Eng 202

Velocity, acceleration, and frame of reference for particles Velocity and acceleration as a function of time, velocity, as a position, and as a constant Examples using equations

Coordinate systems for 2D motion and how to convert between them Cartesian, Normal-Tangent, Polar and cylindrical Angular motion

Cylindrical Coordinates Relative motion Beginning of Kinetics Cartesian and Normal-Tangent coordinates for Kinetics

Kinetics: polar coordinates with examples Work Energy, Kinetic energy, work, work energy, work done by gravity, conservative forces, and conservation of mechanical energy

Summarized material covered so far Acceleration and velocity as functions of time, position, etc. Normal tangent path Polar cylindrical path relative motion kinetics work energy linear momentum

Impulse momentum linear momentum particle angular momentum

Rigid body motion rotation about a fixed axis planar rotation 2D rigid body kinematics

Inertial reference frame Mass moment of inertia Method of composite bodies Rigid body kinetics

Rigid body kinetics Work energy for rigid bodies

3D rigid body dynamics Angular momentum of a rigid body Products of inertia Principal frame Euler's moment equation