# EG350 Course Introduction

1. This course introduces the concepts of vibration and dynamic response of mechanical systems, including their effects on structures and components as well as how to predict and design for response. Topics include: frequency response, resonance, modal analysis, modal damping, structural dynamic analysis and response. This course is taught in a lecture format.

The basic knowledge acquired in this class will serve as a foundation for studying more advanced mechanics and dynamics courses.

Prerequisites: EG350 Course Introduction for EG350 – Advanced Dynamics of Mechanical

# EG350 Course Description

– Fall 2015

Contents 1 Course Description

2 Instructor

3 Schedule

4 Location and Time:

5 Textbooks and Materials

6 Required Items for the Course

7 Accommodations

10 Attendance Policy and Procedures:

11 Common Error/Concerns:

12 Homework:

13 Slides, Notes, and Videos:

14 Assignments: 14.1 Lecture Assignments: 14.1.1 Lecture Assignments

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# EG350 Course Outline

Credit Hours: 4 (3 lecture/lab, 1 practicum) Prerequisites: MATH 244 or MATH 250, PHY 140

MATH 244 and PHYS 140. Lecture and laboratory hours per week: MWF. This course covers basic principles of mechanical systems with an emphasis on applications. Topics covered include dynamics, kinematics, nonlinear systems, equilibrium and stability analysis, and dynamic programming. A number of projects are assigned to help the students develop skills in implementing math

# EG350 Course Objectives

1. The student will be able to identify the role of the particle and their forces in a system using Newton’s second law. 2. The student will be able to apply Newton’s first law and related second laws to identify mechanical systems and forces. 3. The student will be able to apply Newton’s third law to determine the magnitude of forces acting on an object. 4. The student will be able to apply force, acceleration, and power relationships from static and dynamic equilibrium concepts

# EG350 Course Pre-requisites

Course Credit Hours: 3.0 Pre-requisites: (EEG300/ EG350) or (EENG380) Intended Audience: This course is designed for engineers who are already familiar with the basic concepts of mechanics and kinematics. It is assumed that students have taken either EENG380 or EG350. Students taking EG350 are expected to have at least a working knowledge of vectors and linear transformations, matrices, angular acceleration and torque.

This course deals with design optimization of mechanical systems

# EG350 Course Duration & Credits

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# EG350 Course Learning Outcomes

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The modules on this course are primarily intended to be taken by engineering graduates with a strong interest in the dynamics of mechanical systems. The modules are designed to give you a broad understanding of the basic concepts and tools used in dynamic analysis, including statics, dynamics and control.

The objectives of EG350 are:

– To introduce you to the mechanics and dynamics of mechanical systems
– To provide an overview of fluid dynamics and heat transfer
– To explore different methodologies for analysing

# EG350 Course Assessment & Grading Criteria

– Fall 2017 (pdf) Oct 14, 2017 · List of Topics for EG350: Dynamics of Mechanical Systems Course at University of Minnesota: List of Videos on YouTube for EG350: Dynamic Systems and Control Course at University of Minnesota: Matlab Programming Exercises for EG350: List of Links to Compendiums on Mathcad for EG350

Here is the link to my course notes.

I am a postdoctoral research associate in Mechanical Engineering, studying advanced dynamics. My

# EG350 Course Fact Sheet

Course Info Duration: 2 weeks, 6 hours per week Credits: 3.0 CEUs for KCE Exams Credit Hours (CH): 3.0

Course Description

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the design and control of advanced systems involving nonlinearities and feedback that are either unknown or imperfectly known.

This course will cover the topics of robust design, robust control, and optimal control. Topics covered include stability and sensitivity analysis for models with parameter uncertainties; stability

# EG350 Course Delivery Modes

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EG350 Course Summary to Cover Topics in EG350

In this course, you will learn about the dynamics of mechanical systems. We will focus on the use of mathematics, physics and engineering principles to analyze and design these systems. These principles include kinematics, dynamics, statics, control and optimization. You will also have the opportunity to understand a variety of experimental techniques for measuring these physical quantities.

# EG350 Course Faculty Qualifications

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# EG350 Course Syllabus

– Fall 2012

[1] D. H. J. Lamport, S. Morris, and R. Wattenhofer, “Distributed Lock-Free Data Structures,” Proc. VLDB Endow., vol. 3, pp. 216–227, 2010.

[2] T. Lenz and P.-E. Marques da Silva, “Persistent Locking,” Proc. VLDB Endow., vol. 5, no. 1,

# Suggested EG350 Course Resources/Books

This book is a great tool for studying the dynamics of systems. The book covers all the material in EG350 that I had to cover during my course and I found it very helpful. It includes plenty of worked examples with complete solutions to get you started. It also comes with 2 packages (one for students, one for faculty) that give you all the necessary tools to prepare your course.

Student Solutions Manual – Mechanics of Materials

Mechanics of Materials (Textbooks) Marangoni

# EG350 Course Practicum Journal

Course Class – Spring 2016 Instructor: Dr. David Lewis E-mail: davidlewis@ucr.edu (David.Lewis@ucr.edu) Course Web Site: http://www.ucr.edu/edcap/eg350 Note: No late homework will be accepted for EG350 courses. Readings are available on campus (we recommend that you read all of the course readings prior to coming to class). The readings are found in the e-Textbook section of the course web site

# Suggested EG350 Course Resources (Websites, Books, Journal Articles, etc.)

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Teaching Resources: Use the resources below to enhance your teaching. These are links to useful websites and materials for each module.

Websites

NIST Materials Testing Handbook

Materials Testing Handbook – A complete resource book for engineers, scientists, and others who need or want to know how materials work and how they perform under different conditions. The Handbook is

# EG350 Course Project Proposal

(8-10 pages, double-spaced) 1. What are the basic variables in one dimension? How are these quantities represented on a graph? How are they related to each other and to one another? Are there any special graphs for describing the variables in two dimensions? What is the relationship between the different variables of one dimension and those of two dimensions? 2. Describe the basic equations that relate what you know about one dimension to what you know about two dimensions. Be specific, because

# EG350 Course Practicum

The Practicum is designed to enable students to learn about advanced issues in the subject area of mechanical systems and/or related engineering disciplines, as well as acquire hands-on laboratory experience in a chosen area of research. Instructors are able to provide individual feedback on assignments and share their own experience and knowledge with students. Prerequisites: EG350 Course Practicum for EG350 – Advanced Dynamics of Mechanical Systems (EG350) Course Objectives:
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## What Should Students Expect to Be Tested from EG350 Midterm Exam

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At the beginning of each semester, students are required to complete and submit a midterm exam and an assignment. Students are also responsible for reading the midterm and final course materials.

Here is a sample of the midterm exam from 2016/17:

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# Final Exam

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## What Should Students Expect to Be Tested from EG350 Final Exam

– Spring 2017 at Arkansas Tech University? – Test 4

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## EG350 Week 1 Outline

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## EG350 Week 1 Objectives

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## EG350 Week 1 Pre-requisites

Week 1 Topic 1 Introduction to Dynamics of Mechanical Systems – Dynamics of Materials and Structures – Dynamics of Mechanical Systems – Computational Methods of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) EG350 Week 1 Topic 2 Basics of Dynamics for Engineers – Forces in a Simple Body & Its Interactions with Body Surfaces – Simple Machines and Their Uses in Mechanisms (EG350) EG350 Week 2 Topic 1 Mechanics of Elasticity (EG350) EG350 Week 2 Topic 2 Piez

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## EG350 Week 1 Learning Outcomes

Week 1 – 1.0 Introduction to the Course • Overview of the Course (4 pages) • Assignment #1 Response Form (2-3 pages) • Assignment #2 Team Presentation & Presentation Notes (5-7 pages) • Assignment #3 Team Presentation & Presentation Notes (5-7 pages) • Assessment and Grading Rubric for EG350 Week 1 (8 pages total) • Student Information Form • Technology Tutorial assignment for EG350 – Advanced Dynamics of Mechanical Systems (EG

## EG350 Week 1 Assessment & Grading

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## EG350 Week 2 Description

Week 2: Dynamics of Mechanical Systems, including the concept of a mechanical system. Examples include, but are not limited to: Machine tools, and their effects on the material being machined (i.e. force balance with cutting forces, as well as vibration). Friction and wear on the cutting edges. Machining process parameters and their effects on the surface finish. Factors in determining tool selection (e.g. cost, ease of use, material removal rate) when machining parts from high-strength

## EG350 Week 2 Outline

This Week’s Topics: 1. Introduction to Materials and Mechanical Behavior 2. Engineering Design – Mechanical Problem Solving 3. Analysis of Mechanisms – Simple Mechanism Problems 4. Analysis of Mechanisms – Complex Machine Problems 5. Design Considerations for Mechanical Systems 6. Mechatronics 7. Statics and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery Please click on the links below for further information on each of the subjects covered in this course: Introduction to Materials and Mechanical Behavior Engineering Design

## EG350 Week 2 Objectives

Week 2 DQs

DQ 1: How does a classical pendulum differ from a free-body diagram for the same system?

DQ 2: List the components of a mechanical system and describe their function.

DQ 3: How do you use a combination of classical and free-body diagrams to analyze complex systems?

Tutor Score: 100%

Total Points Possible: 100

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## EG350 Week 2 Pre-requisites

Week 1: Why do you need to know this material? (0-3) Week 2: Internal Forces and Moments (0-3) Week 3: External forces and moments (0-3) Week 4: Energy Methods for Systems Analysis and Design (0-3) Week 5: Dynamic Analysis of Mechanical Systems (0-5) Note : EG350 pre-requisite assignments are only available to students enrolled in the Fall term only. Eg350 week 1 quiz

## EG350 Week 2 Duration

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## EG350 Week 2 Learning Outcomes

Week 2 Discussion: The Balance of Energy Imagine you have to design a machine that will do work by pressing a lever to move two blocks down the length of a ramp. As shown in the figure below, there are three mass points, M1, M2 and M3 and the spring is stretched from its middle point to point D. What is the minimum power input needed to get the block to rest at point E? The mass points are shown with different colors, as in Figure 2

## EG350 Week 2 Assessment & Grading

Week 2 Assignment EG350 Week 2 Assignment – This week, you will be working on the second part of the assignment in which you will be writing a short paper (1 page) that answers the questions that you discussed in class. Please see the syllabus and PowerPoint slides for further details on what is expected from your assignments. This week’s assignment should be written … EG350 Week 2 Learning Resources Week 2 Learning Resources – Online resources to help with topics related to this week’s lecture

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Requirements for the Advanced Dynamics of Mechanical Systems (EG350) Course (Fall 2017)

The course is designed to give students a solid background in theory and applications of the dynamics of machines and mechanism. The course will be divided into three units. Unit I introduces the fundamentals of the mechanics of solids; it covers kinematics, kinetics, dynamics, and the kinematic equations. It also discusses simple mechanical systems and introduces analytical methods used to solve for equilibrium points

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## EG350 Week 2 Quiz (20 Questions)

What are the three main types of vibrational modes?

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What is the most common mode of vibration in a rigid body?

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## EG350 Week 3 Description

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• [20%] Examination of the dynamic behavior of mechanical systems in terms of physical laws and mathematical models • [20%] Application to a detailed problem, including a description of the numerical method used, an evaluation of the accuracy and precision of the results, and an assessment of the usefulness of the results.

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Week 3 Learning Activities For Week 3: Monday 12/02 Introduction to Dynamics of Mechanical Systems Monday 12/02 Lecture

Design and Analysis of an Experimental Fluid-Dynamic Engine Project Complete: Wednesday, December 18 th Due: Thursday, December 19 th Class Time: Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon in CKH 109 Instructor:

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