Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics Part 1
4.4 (59 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
797 students enrolled

Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics Part 1

The Motion of Particles
Bestseller
4.4 (59 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
797 students enrolled
Last updated 6/2020
English
English [Auto-generated]
Current price: $72.99 Original price: $104.99 Discount: 30% off
5 hours left at this price!
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
This course includes
  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
Training 5 or more people?

Get your team access to 4,000+ top Udemy courses anytime, anywhere.

Try Udemy for Business
What you'll learn
  • Analyze particle motion using kinematics, kinetics, force & acceleration, work energy, and linear & angular impulse momentum methods
Requirements
  • You should have had Calculus and Statics
Description

What is Dynamics?

Dynamics is the study of bodies in motion.  In this course we will cover all the derivations you need for particle motion.  In addition, we will work through many examples over each topic. 


Feel like you are teaching yourself in class?

If you are currently taking Dynamics and you have no idea what your professor is talking about, sign up for this course!  I teach in a simple, straightforward method with plenty of examples to help you learn. I show all the steps needed to solve the problems and I don't assume you know more than you do. 


We will cover these topics:

Chapter 1 – Kinematics of a Particle

  • Rectilinear Motion

  • Curvilinear Motion – Rectangular Coordinates

  • Projectile Motion

  • Curvilinear Motion – Normal & Tangential Coordinates

  • Curvilinear Motion – Polar Coordinates

  • Relative Motion

  • Constrained Motion of Particles

Chapter 2 – Kinetics of Particles: Force & Acceleration

  • Newton’s 2nd Law

  • Equations of Motion

  • Rectangular Coordinates

  • Normal & Tangential Coordinates

Chapter 3 – Kinetics of Particles: Work & Energy

  • Work of a Force

  • Work & Energy

  • Potential Energy

Chapter 4 – Kinetics of Particles:  Impulse & Momentum

  • Linear Impulse & Momentum

  • Angular Momentum

  • Angular Impulse & Momentum

Who this course is for:
  • Undergraduate engineering students taking Dynamics who need additional teaching resources
Course content
Expand all 48 lectures 09:35:49
+ Kinematics of a Particle
29 lectures 05:37:26
1.2 Newton's Laws
05:30
1.3 Rectilinear Motion of Particles
09:00
1.6 Example 2
15:43
1.7 Example 3
11:35
1.8 Non-Constant Acceleration as Function of Time
05:01
1.9 Example 4
05:43
1.10 Non-Constant Acceleration as Function of Velocity
04:02
1.11 Example 5
08:11
1.12 Non-Constant Acceleration as Function of Position
05:12
1.13 Example 6
04:46
1.14 Rectangular Coordinates and Projectile Motion
17:51
1.15 Example 7
12:03
1.16 Example 8
12:40
1.17 Example 9
15:26
1.18 Normal & Tangential Coordinates
22:14
1.19 Example 10
11:06
1.20 Example 11
10:33
1.21 Example 12
18:22
1.22 Polar Coordinates
14:22
1.24 Example 14
15:22
1.25 Example 15
20:18
1.26 Relative Motion
08:57
1.27 Example 16
09:54
1.28 Example 17
16:37
1.29 Example 18
15:41
+ Chapter 2 - Kinetics of Particles
6 lectures 01:04:46
2.1 Rectilinear Motion and Example 19
12:03
2.2 Example 20
08:19
2.3 Curvilinear Motion and Example 21
10:14
2.4 Example 22
15:47
2.5 Example 23
11:15
2.6 Example 24
07:08
+ Chapter 3 - Work & Energy Methods
7 lectures 01:35:32
3.1 Work Energy Methods
19:18
3.2 Example 25
11:34
3.3 Example 26 and Example 27
08:40
3.4 Potential Energy Equations
18:03
3.5 Example 28
11:27
3.6 Example 29
13:02
3.7 Example 30
13:28
+ Chapter 4 - Impulse and Momentum
6 lectures 01:18:05
4.3 Example 32
11:46
4.4 Angular Impulse and Momentum
13:11
4.5 Example 33 and Example 34
13:59
4.6 Example 35
22:32