Reference:
A practical introduction to Mathematica
Coordinators:
Dan Marghitu, Ross Hall 305, phone: 844-3335,
e-mail: marghitu@eng.auburn.edu, office hours: 9:00-11:00 a.m. TR
Tentative Schedule:
INTRODUCTIONhomework
RIGID BODY KINEMATICS
PLANAR RIGID BODY DYMAMICS
DYNAMIC FORCE ANALYSIS OF MECHANISMS
Dynamic Force Analysis Example: FBD of individual links FBD of dyads Contour method
Problems (Chapter 9): text figures
Newton-Euler equations - Example - Mathematica program
Lagrange's equations - Example 1
Lagrange's equations - Example 2
Mathematica programCollisions Multibody systems with elastic links Mid term exam (Mathematica program) Fall 2000 Example
Force analysis: R-RRT mechanism: free-body-diagrams dyad diagram
Force analysis: R-RTR mechanism (input data) solutions: fbdcontourdyad
Rigid Body Dynamics: Compound
pendulum (HTML) - mathematica
program
Exam I: contour methoddyads methodfree-body-diagram method
Exam II:
text
figure Solution: Newton Euler (method
1
method 2)
Lagrange
Exam I : 20%
Exam II : 20%
Exam III: 20%
Comprehensive final exam: 20%
Homeworks, quizzes (B.M.E Program Homework Presentation Standard):
20%
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