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Rigid Body Dynamics in the Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
This paper describes a relatively simple method in which planar rigid body motion can be measured and analyzed in the context of an upper division mechanical engineering laboratory course. The overall intention of this...
A New Spin on Teaching 3D Kinematics and Gyroscopic Motion
Students typically struggle with sophomore level dynamics and this difficulty is compounded when the material is extended to three dimensions. Coriolis acceleration can be daunting in planar kinetics adding additional...
Teaching Multi-Body Dynamics in an Undergraduate
Typical undergraduate mechanical engineering curricula in North America do not include a course in multi-body dynamics. A rigid body dynamics course covering single-body kinetics is usually completed in early semesters,...
Why the Balance Principle Should Replace the Reynolds Transport Theorem
The finite control volume equations for mass, momentum, and energy are important topics in introductory fluids mechanics courses for engineering students. In most contemporary U. S. textbooks these equations are derived...
Student Study Habits and their Effectiveness in an Integrated Statics and Dynamics Class
This paper presents a software tool for teaching the kinematics, design and analysis of cam and follower mechanisms used in the undergraduate mechanisms course that is generally included in the Mechanical Engineering...
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