A study of force action related to displacement, velocity and acceleration of particles and rigid bodies using translation and rotation, work and energy and impulse and momentum principles. Course is presented in two parts: the geometric aspects of the motion, or kinematics; and the analysis of forces causing the motion, or kinetics.
This course introduces the student to the principles of dynamics which apply to many engineering problems. The concepts learned on this course assume knowledge of statics. The student is exposed to various realistic engineering problems involving mechanisms, machineries, gear and pulley systems, and fluid stream.
After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.
Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student is expected to complete both Discussions. Each discussion thread must be at least 250 words, and each reply must be at least 50 words and be supported by at least one scholarly citation.
Homework Assignments (16)
There is one Homework Assignment each week. All Homework Assignments will be completed on Pearson Mastering and Engineering tool.
Test Assignments (4)
There are 4 test assignments that contain questions that are problem solving. The student is expected to solve the problems in these tests and select answers from the provided choices or provide final answers to some of the questions. All the tests are available on Pearson Mastering and Engineering Tool.
Research Paper Assignment
Students will be expected to write a research paper on a topic related to faith-integration of engineering mechanics: dynamics. The paper must be 1,500-2,000 words, excluding the bibliography, and include 4-6 scholarly references.
- Quiz: Expectations on Research Paper: There is one quiz that is based on the Research Paper Assignment Instructions. The quiz is either multiple choice or T/F questions. The questions in the quiz simply asks if the student read and understands the expectations of the Research Paper Assignment. The student must read the Research Paper Assignment Instructions before attempting this quiz.
- Quiz: Reading: There are 10 Quiz: Readings covering every topic discussed. The student is expected to read and attempt the quizzes. The quizzes are either multiple choice or T/F questions. The quizzes are all open book/notes and available via Canvas.