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Course Title: Engineering Dynamics Course Number: EGR 262

Syllabus Part I
COURSESYLLABUS COURSENUMBER: COURSECONTACT HOURS 5.0 COURSETITLE: PREREQUISITES: EGR262 DEPARTMENT:MET/UTEngineering SEMESTER CREDITHOURS

LECTUREHOURS PERWEEK 2.0

LAB/SHOP/CLINICHOURS PERWEEK 3.0

3.0

EngineeringDynamics EGR260,EngineeringStatics MAT240,AnalyticalGeometry&CalculusIII

COREQUISITES: CATALOGCOURSEDESCRIPTION
(Transfercourse)thiscourseisanintroductiontotheprinciplesofengineeringmechanicsasappliedtoforces andforcesystems.Thetechniquesofvectormathematicsareemployed.Bothtwoandthreedimensional systemsareincluded.

PURPOSEOFTHECOURSE
Introductiontostaticequilibriumofparticlesandrigidbodies,includingconcurrentforcesystems,equivalent force/momentsystems,trusses,frames,machines,internalforces,shearandbendingmomentdiagrams, frictionandmomentsofinertia.

REQUIREDTEXT(S)OROTHERMATERIALS
EngineeringMechanics:Dynamics(2ndEd.),byWilliamF.RileyandLeroyD.Sturges,Pub.byJohnWiley&Sons, Inc.,USA,1996,ISBN:0471053392

REFERENCEMATERIALS
None

OPTIONALTEXTBOOKS
None

STUDENTSUPPLIEDMATERIALS
None

LABFEES
None


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Course Title: Engineering Dynamics Course Number: EGR 262

GeneralCourseOutline:(Theinstructormayadjustthetimingofthisoutlinetoaccommodate schedulingissuesasneeded.)
Hours 3.75 Topic

Syllabus-Units, matlab 13-1 Introduction to Kinematics of Particles 13-3 The Six Cases Relating Position, Velocity and Acceleration 13-4 Relative Motion Along A Line 13-5.1 Plane curvilinear motion-Rectangular Coordinates 13-5.2 Polar coordinates 13-5.3 Normal/tangential Coordinate Systems 13-5.3 Normal/tangential Coordinate Systems 13-5.4 Combination of Coordinate Systems 13-6 Relative Motion In A Plane 14-1 Introduction to Kinematics of Rigid Bodies 14-2 Rigid Body Translation 14-3 Planar Motion 14-5 General Plane Motion 14-5.2 Relative Velocity 14-5.3 Instant Centers of Zero Velocity 14-5.4 Relative Acceleration 14-6 Motion Relative to Rotating Axes 14-6 Motion Relative to Rotating Axes 15-1 Introduction to Kinetics of Particles 15-2 Equations of Motion 15-3 Rectilinear Motion trip to playground 15-4 Curvilinear Motion Exam 1: Chapters 13 and 14 16-1 Introduction to Kinetics of Particles 16-2 Equations for Plane Motion 16-3 Moments and Products of Inertia 16-4 Translation, Rotation and General Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies 17-1 Introduction to Kinetics of Particles: Work and Energy 17-2 Force, Distance and Velocity 17-3 Kinetic Energy 17-4 Work of a Force 17-5 Principle of Work and Kinetic Energy 17-6 Systems of Particles 17-7 Potential Energy 17-8 General Principle of Work and Energy 17-9 Conservation of Energy 17-10 Power and Efficiency

7.5 11.25

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18.75

22.5 26.25 30

33.75

37.5 41.25

45

48.75

52.5

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60 63.75

18-1 Introduction to Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Work and Energy Methods 18-2 Work of Forces and Couples Acting on Rigid Bodies 18-3 Kinetic Energy of Rigid Bodies in Plane Motion 18-4 Principle of Work and Energy for the Plane Motion of Rigid bodies 18-5 Power Test 2: Chapters 15 and 16 19-1 Introduction to Kinetics of Particles: Impulse and Momentum 19-2 Linear Impulse and Momentum of a Particle 19-3 Interacting Systems of Particles 19-4 Collision of Elastic Bodies 19-5 Angular Impulse and Angular Momentum of a Particle Direct Central Impact, Calculate coefficient of restitution for 2 balls 20-1 Introduction to Kinetics of Rigid Bodies, Impulse and Momentum 20-2 Linear Impulse and Momentum of a Rigid Body 20-3 Angular Impulse and Momentum of a Rigid Body 20-4 Systems of Rigid Bodies 20-5 Impact of Rigid Bodies Present Projects

67.5

71.25

75

Note:Topicsarecoveredsequentiallythroughthecourseofthesemester.

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EQUIPMENTUSED: Computerswillbeusedthatareprovidedinthecomputerlaboratory.Matlabwillbeusedtosolveproblemsin class. LABORATORYSCHEDULE Labtimeinthiscourseisanextensionofthelectureperiodandwillbeusedastheinstructorseesfitto superviseinclassproblemssolving,workontheproject,orworkoncomputersolutionstoassignments. PROJECTS Aprojectisrequiredandwillbeannouncedinclass. COMPUTER&SOFTWAREUSAGE Computerswillbeusedforselecteddemonstrations,problemanalysis,andsolution.Matlabwillbe demonstratedandused. CAMPUSLIBRARYUSAGE Notrequired. DEPARTMENTALLIBRARYUSAGE Notrequired. INTERNETLIBRARYUSAGE Notrequired. EVALUATIONANDGRADING Studentswillcompleteseveralsetsofproblems.Latehomeworkisnotaccepted. TESTS: Therewillbetwotestsofequalvalueandafinalexam.Thisfinalexamwillbethemakeupforonemissedtest; otherswillbeazero.Thefinalexamiscomprehensive.Alltestswillconsistofsolvingproblemssimilartothe laboratory/homeworkproblems. Grading: Studentgradeswillbebasedon: a.HW/Labproblemsets b.Testaverage c.Project c.Finalexam 15 % 50 % 10 % 25 % 100%

Thefollowinggradingscaleapplies: 90100% 80<90% 70<80% 60<70% 0<60% ASuperior BAboveaverage CAverage DPassing FFailure IIncomplete(Note:Incompletesaregiven whenastudentfailstocompleteallofthe requiredworkforcourse.Anincompletemustbe removedbytheendofthenextsemesteroritwill automaticallybecomeanF.)
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STUDENTCONDUCT/LABSAFETYREQUIREMENTS 1. Studentsareexpectedtoconductthemselvesinasafemannerintheclassroomandthelaboratory. 2. Disruptivebehaviormayresultinagradereductionordisciplinaryactionbythecollege. 3.Safetyglassesandotherappropriatesafetyequipmentmustbewornindesignatedareas. 4.Robotsandmanufacturingassemblyequipmentcanbedangerous.Extracaremustbetakenaroundthis equipmenttopreventinjury.Longhairshouldbetiedback.Looseclothingand/orjewelrymaynotbeworn aroundthisequipment.Otherjewelrysuchasringsandwatchesshouldalsoberemoved. COURSEATTENDANCEANDMAKEUPPOLICY PerthecollegeAttendanceandWithdrawProceduresdescribedinPartIIaswellasintheCollegeCatalogand StudentHandbook,theinstructorwilldecidethevalidity/acceptabilityofexcusesinlightofcourserequirements andstudentperformancewithregardstowithdrawingastudentfromclass. Astudentmissinganexamortestbecauseofillnessmust: 1. Calltheinstructorbeforethetestperiod.Avalidexcusemustaccompanyeachrequest. 2. Bepersonallyresponsibleforschedulingamakeupdateandtimewiththeinstructor.Themakeupmustbe donewithinfiveclassdaysofmissedexamortest. 3. Unexcusedabsencesinvolvingtestsmaybemadeuponlyatthediscretionoftheinstructor.

EXPECTEDSTUDENTCOMPETENCIESFORTHISCOURSE
Solveforkinematicsanddynamicsofparticleandrigidbodymotion.BeabletouseNewtonslaws, Work/Energy,andImpulseMomentum.

COLLEGEWIDEOUTCOMES:
ThefollowingoutcomesareestablishedforallAssociateDegreeprogramstaughtatGreenvilleTechnical College.Theyareintegratedintoallcourseswheneverpossibleandthosestudentsgraduatingwithanassociate degreewillhavecompletedeachofthefollowingduringtheirstudiesatGreenvilleTechnicalCollege. 1.Communication: Theabilitytoreadandlistenwithattentionandcomprehension;theabilitytousewriting,speaking,and nonverbalskillseffectivelywithdifferentaudiences. 2.InformationTechnologyandTechnologicalLiteracy: Theabilitytooperateacomputerefficientlyanddemonstrateproficiencyincomputerapplicationsspecificto thestudentsfieldofstudy. 3.CriticalThinking/Reasoning: Theabilitytoapplythescientificmethod,mathematicalprocesses,andresearchskillstosolveproblems;the abilitytodiscern,analyze,synthesizeandevaluatebyusingreflection,observation,experienceandreasoningto justifybeliefs,actions,feelingsandconclusions. 4.ProfessionalismandPersonalResponsibility: Theabilitytoexhibitconduct,attitudes,andetiquetteappropriatetothestudentscommunityandchosen career;theabilitytomanagetime,touseeffectiveinterpersonalskills,andtodisplayresponsiblebehavior. 5.Diversity: Theabilitytorecognizediversityandtodemonstraterespectfulconductandattitudestowardthoseofdiffering gender,culture,ethnicity,language,religion,sexualorientation,socialclass,andage,aswellastowardthose withdisabilities;theabilitytounderstandhowglobalissuesimpactlife,work,andopportunities.
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Course Title: Engineering Dynamics Course Number: EGR 262

CONTACTINFORMATION

InstructorOfficeHours InstructorsofficehourswillbepostedintheCampusCruisercoursesharedfiles.
MET/UTEngineeringDepartmentHead MarkHapstack,PE ET103/148C 2508336 Mark.Hapstack@gvltec.edu MET/UTEngineeringDepartment AdministrativeAssistant SheilaGaines ET103/324 2508855 Sheila.Gaines@gvltec.edu MET/UTEngineeringFaculty JonScott ET103/148D 2508262 Jon.Scott@gvltec.edu RickConte,PE ET103/148B 2508299 Rick.Conte@gvltec.edu MET/UTEngineeringLabTechnician JamesPeavey ET103/146A 2508363 James.Peavey@gvltec.edu MET/UTEngineeringAdjunctInstructors HuLacquement ET103/146A 2508363 Hu.Lacquement@gvltec.edu JimKlinzing,PE ET103/146A 2508363 Klinzing@gvltec.mailcruiser.com TechnologyDivisionDean JoelD.Welch,PE BartonCampus103111A 8642508423. Joel.Welch@gvltec.edu

ETAssistantDean SidShrum,PE/PLS ET103/318 2508555 Sid.Shrum@gvltec.edu TechnologyDivisionAdministrativeAssistant PamApple ET103/111 2508189 Pam.Apple@gvltec.edu DivisionCounselor DianneGrangerJackson, BartonCampus,103120, 2508135 Dianne.GrangerJackson@gvltec.edu

AcademicAdvisor
(seeyourfacultyadvisorfirst)

ChrislynHallums ARC603/410 2508273 Chrislyn.Hallums@gvltec.edu

EngineeringTechnologyTutor ThomasTuten ET103/337 2508707 ETTutor@gvltec.edu

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