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CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ENGR 243
DYNAMICS
3 credits
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Prerequisite:
ENGR 213; ENGR 242.
Winter 2011-2012
NOTE: Sections T and X are reserved for MIE students; Section V, for BCEE students.
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Lect T
-T-J--- (11:45-13:00)
SGW H-407
Instructor: R. Bhat, EV 4.157 Tel: 3137, Email:rbhat@encs.concordia.ca
Tut TA
--W---- (11:45-13:25)
SGW H-615
Tut TB
--W---- (11:45-13:25)
SGW H-627
Tut TC
--W---- (10:05-11:45)
SGW H-529
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Lect V
--W-F-- (10:15-11:30)
SGW H-507
Instructor: T. Stathopoulos, EV 6.125, Tel: 3186, Email: statho@bcee.concordia.ca
Tut VA
--W---- (14:45-16:25)
SGW H-615
Tut VB
M------ (11:45-13:25)
SGW MB-S2.455
Tut VC
--W---- (14:45-16:25)
SGW H-529
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Lect X
-T-J--- (11:45-13:00)
SGW H-435
Instructor: A. Paradis, EV 4.181, Tel: 3969, Email: paradis@encs.concordia.ca
Tut XA
M------ (11:45-13:25)
SGW H-400
Tut XB
--W---- (14:45-16:25)
SGW MB-S2.285
Tut XC
M------ (11:45-13:25)
SGW H-540
Tut XD
M------ (14:45-16:25)
SGW MB-S2.105
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Lect Y
-T-J--- (10:15-11:30)
SGW H-507
Instructor: A. Paradis, EV 4.181, Tel: 3969, Email: paradis@encs.concordia.ca
Tut YA
--W---- (10:05-11:45)
SGW H-540
Tut YB
--W---- (14:45-16:25)
SGW MB-S2.455
Tut YC
M------ (14:45-16:25)
SGW H-529
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Objectives: To develop the basic concepts and principles of Kinematics and Dynamics, as well as to develop the
ability to apply them in a systematic and logical manner to analyze and solve simple problems.
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Text:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers Dynamics
by F.P. Beer, E.R. Johnston, Jr.,& W.E. Clausen, Ninth Edition in SI Units, McGrawHill, 20011
Course Grading:
Test 1
20 marks
Test 2
20 marks
Final Examination
60 marks
Final Examination:
Written, 3h, closed book. Grade in Final Exam must be 50% in order to pass this course. Only
non-programmable certified calculators are allowed. Standard formulae will be provided for all
examinations.

COURSE OUTLINE. The contents of each lecture in terms of the reference text sections, and the approximate dates are
listed below:
WEEK
STARTING
Jan 2
Jan 9
Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan 30
Feb 6
Feb 13
Feb 20
Feb 27
Mar 5
Mar 12
Mar 19
Mar 26
April 2

LECTURE
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TEST 1
12
13
14
Midterm
Break
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
TEST 2
23
24
25
26

CONTENTS
(SECTIONS)
11.1 11.3
11.4 11.6
11.9 11.12
11.13 11.14
15.1 15.4
15.5, 15.6
15.7, 15.8
15.10, 15.11
12.1 12.6
12.7 12.10
16.1 16.7
16.8
Applications
13.1 13.4
13.5 13.8
17.1 17.5
17.6, 17.7
13.10, 13.11
13.12, 13.13
13.14, 13.15
17.8 17.10
17.11, 17.12
Review
Review

TOPICS
Rectilinear Motion of Particles
Curvilinear Motion of Particles
Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies
Instantaneous Center of Rotation
Coriolis Acceleration
Kinetics of Particles,
Newtons Second Law of Motion
(Chs. 11, 15)
Kinetics of Rigid Bodies
Moments, Angular acceleration

Work and Energy Methods for Particles


Work and Energy Methods for Rigid
Bodies
Impulse and Momentum Methods,
and Impact of Particles
(Chs. 12, 16, 13.1-8)
Impulse and Momentum Methods,
and Impact of Rigid Bodies

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SCHEDULE OF TUTORIALS AND ASSIGNMENTS


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1.

TUTORIALS

ASSIGNMENTS

Review: Center of Mass of Rigid Bodies,


Center of
Mass Moments of Inertia

Derive the expressions for the coordinates of the

2.

11.5, 11.12, 11.21, 11.41, 11.50

11.6, 11.26, 11.47, 11.49, 11.56

3.

11.102, 11.106, 11.123, 11.135, 11.189

11.105, 11.115, 11.130, 11.150, 11.185

4.

15.9, 15.22, 15.51, 15.69

15.5, 15.31, 15.41, 15.56, 15.70

5.

15.95, 15.121, 15.127, 15.160

15.77, 15.89, 15.123, 15.130, 15.171, 15.175

6.

12.15, 12.30, 12.70, 12.89

12.6, 12.31, 12.68, 12.88

7.

16.8, 16.30, 16.85, 16.95

16.25, 16.49, 16.107, 16.129

8.

Review

9.

13.10, 13.39, 13.46, 13.54, 13.57

13.21, 13.49, 13.58, 13.62, 13.63

10.

17.9, 17.12, 17.33, 17.34, 17.42

17.11, 17.16, 17.18, 17.35, 17.53

11.

13.129, 13.140, 13.159, 13.186, 13.187

13.133, 13.149, 13.178, 13.188, 13.189

12.

17.60, 17.72, 17.90, 17.102, 17.123

17.63, 17.84, 17.86, 17.98, 17.117

13.

Review

Mass, and the expressions for the Mass Moments


of Inertia for homogeneous:
(i)
Bar (with respect to axis to bar at
midpoint and endpoint)
(ii)
Rectangular Lamina (with respect to in
plane center line to edge, edge, axis at
center of mass)
(iii) Circular Lamina (with respect to axis to
lamina at center, and at point on periphery)
(iv) Semicircular Lamina (with respect to axis
to lamina at center and at center of mass)

Note: Assignments are to be kept in a binder for review and study.


CEAB graduate attributes to be taught in ENGR 243:
A knowledge base for engineering, i.e. demonstrated competence in university level mathematics, natural sciences,
engineering fundamentals, and specialized engineering knowledge appropriate to the program.
Problem analysis, i.e. an ability to use appropriate knowledge and skills to identify, formulate, analyze and solve
complex engineering problems in order to reach substantiated conclusions.
These attributes will be taught in the lectures by solving several sample problems and in the tutorials via specified
problems; they will be practiced when students solve their assigned problems; and they will be evaluated in the
term tests and the final exam of the course.

Inform yourself about plagiarism and avoid it. Plagiarism in your submissions will be severely dealt with.
Plagiarism is: "The presentation of the work of another person as one's own or without proper acknowledgment".
The term Plagiarism comes from the Latin for kidnapper (plagiarius).
The "work of another person" can mean:

An entire work by an author.

Ideas taken from a source.

Exact words taken from a source--from just a few words to entire passages.

The organization or structure of a sources explanation or argument.

Information that is not common knowledge taken from a source.


You may never submit an entire work written by someone else.
If you use any of the other items listed above, you must include proper acknowledgement.
What is "proper acknowledgement?"

When you use ideas or facts taken from a source, you must include a citation.

When you take the structure or organization of an argument from a source, you must give credit to and cite
the source for the argument.

When you use a sources exact words, you must include BOTH quotation marks around the entire quoted
portion AND a citation.
Key points:

Its still plagiarism even if you didnt realize you were plagiarizing, or didnt mean to plagiarize. "I thought it
was OK," and "I didnt mean to" are not acceptable excuses.

Even if you've done it before and not gotten in trouble, it's still plagiarism. Ive always done it this way and
it was OK before, is not an acceptable excuse.
Visit the following website to know more about plagiarism:
http://cdev.concordia.ca/CnD/studentlearn/Help/handouts/WritingHO/AvoidingPlagiarism.html