MIT 2.003SC Engineering Dynamics, Fall 2011

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Instructor: J. Kim Vandiver

This course is an introduction to the dynamics and vibrations of lumped-parameter models of mechanical systems. Topics covered include kinematics, force-momentum formulation for systems of particles and rigid bodies in planar motion, work-energy concepts, virtual displacements and virtual work. Students will also become familiar with the following topics: Lagrange's equations for systems of particles and rigid bodies in planar motion, linearization of equations of motion, and linear stability analysis of mechanical systems. After this course, students will be able to evaluate free and forced vibration of linear multi-degree of freedom models of mechanical systems and matrix eigenvalue problems.

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Chapter 1: MIT 2.003SC Engineering Dynamics, Fall 2011

  • Lesson 1
    1. History of Dynamics; Mot…
    54:19
  • Lesson 2
    2. Newton's Laws & Describi…
    01:11:09
  • Lesson 3
    3. Motion of Center of Mass…
    01:14:47
  • Lesson 4
    4. Movement of a Particle i…
    56:17
  • Lesson 5
    R2. Velocity and Accelerati…
    47:06
  • Lesson 6
    5. Impulse, Torque, & Angul…
    01:17:06
  • Lesson 7
    6. Torque & the Time Rate o…
    01:06:01
  • Lesson 8
    R3. Motion in Moving Refere…
    41:09
  • Lesson 9
    7. Degrees of Freedom, Free…
    01:11:43
  • Lesson 10
    8. Fictitious Forces & Rota…
    01:12:14
  • Lesson 11
    R4. Free Body Diagrams
    41:04
  • Lesson 12
    9. Rotating Imbalance
    01:14:32
  • Lesson 13
    10. Equations of Motion, To…
    01:09:07
  • Lesson 14
    R5. Equations of Motion
    43:13
  • Lesson 15
    11. Mass Moment of Inertia …
    01:09:58
  • Lesson 16
    12. Problem Solving Methods…
    01:11:22
  • Lesson 17
    R6. Angular Momentum and To…
    33:43
  • Lesson 18
    13. Four Classes of Problem…
    01:03:53
  • Lesson 19
    14. More Complex Rotational…
    01:14:08
  • Lesson 20
    R7. Cart and Pendulum, Dire…
    42:51
  • Lesson 21
    Notation Systems
    06:02
  • Lesson 22
    15. Introduction to Lagrang…
    01:21:17
  • Lesson 23
    R8. Cart and Pendulum, Lagr…
    35:01
  • Lesson 24
    16. Kinematic Approach to F…
    01:13:31
  • Lesson 25
    17. Practice Finding EOM Us…
    01:17:53

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