MAE 315-001/602,605 DYNAMICS OF MACHINES Syllabus, Fall 2013 North Carolina State University Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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MAE 315-001/602,605 DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
Syllabus, Fall 2013
North Carolina State University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Instructor: Dr. Paul I. Ro (EBIII 3116, 515-5235), ro@ncsu.edu
Office Hours: On-campus: MW 9:30-10:30am,
Online DE section: T 5-6pm, by Collaborate or Forum

Text: Mechanical Vibrations, 5
th
Ed., Singiresu S. Rao, 2011
Supplementary material
Prerequisites: Grade “C” or better in MAE 208; CSC 112,
Co-requisite: MA 341

Course Outline:

Topics Chapters
Review of Kinetics 1.1 - 1.10

Undamped and Damped Free Vibrations 2.1 - 2.3, 2.5
Vibration models; energy;
Rayleigh’s principle

Damped Free Vibrations 2.6 – 2.9
Energy dissipation; viscous,
Hysteretic, Coulomb damping

Harmonic Forced Vibrations 3.1 - 3.4
Solutions and responses; resonances 3.6 - 3.7, 9.5
General periodic force 4.1 - 4.4

***** Test #1 on Oct. 9
th
, Wednesday *****

Multi-DOF Vibration 5.1 – 5.3
Natural freq. and modes;
forced responses
Vibration absorbers 5.6, 9.11

Vibration of Continuous Systems 8.1 -8.5
Stretched string vibration
Longitudinal and torsional vibration
Transverse beam vibration

***** Test #2 on Nov.13
th
, Wednesday *****

Kinematics and Dynamics of Link mechanisms Supplementary material
Force Analysis, Virtual Work
Three-bar Crank Slide Linkage
Shaking Force and Torque

Balance of Machines Supplementary material
Static and dynamic balance
Engine balance

Final Exam (Dec. 9, Monday, 1:00 – 3:00pm) **2-hour Final Exam**


Policies:

• There will be two quizzes, two intermediate exams, one design problem and a final exam.

• Homework assignments will be assigned regularly, but graded mainly based on the
completeness of the attempt rather than the correctness of the answer. Numerical grades
will not be given for the homework. The solutions will be provided.
• For DE sections, all assignments should be sent to
Homework_EOL@ncsu.edu

The hard copies will be made by the EOL personnel and sent to me via campus mail.
• More will come on Design Problem. Students are strongly encouraged to get into a group
of two or three people as soon as the semester begins to discuss homework problems together
and to do the design problem in teams.

• The final grade will be given according to the following weights:

Homework 10 %
Two Tests 40 %
Quizzes 10%
Design Problem 10 %
Final Exam 30 %

• Class attendance is STRONGLY recommended.

It is the responsibility of each student to be familiar with the NCSU Code of Student Conduct,
and in particular with those portions pertaining to academic dishonesty. The essential idea is
that “The act of submitting work for evaluation or to meet a requirement is regarded as
assurance that the work is the result of the student’s own thought and study, produced without
assistance, and stated in that student’s own words ...” Any questions regarding acceptable
behavior should be referred to the instructor before proceeding.