INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO BAYAMON CAMPUS SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

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INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

BAYAMON CAMPUS


SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


MECHANICAL

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

ENGR 3340


Fundamentals of
Statics and Dynamics


Required

Catalog
Description
:
Analysis of force systems.
Application of equilibrium l
aw
for particles and
rigid
bodies.
Structural analysis including internal forces and friction. Calculation of centers of gravity,
centroid and moment of inertia. Kinematics and kinetics a
nalysis of particles and rigid bodies.
Discussion of vibratory systems
.

Pre
-
requisite(s)
:

PHY
S 3311


Physics for Engineers I

Textbook
:

Hibbeler,
R.C.,
Engineering Mechanics
-
Static and Dynamics
,
1
2
th
. Ed.
Prentice Hall,
2010
.

Suggested References
:

Beer, F.P. and Johnston, E.R.,
Vector Mechanics for Engineers
-

Statics and
Dynamics
,
9
th

Ed., McGraw
-
Hill, 200
9
.

Bedford, Anthony and Fowler Wallce.,
Engineering Mechanics
-

Statics and Dynamics
,
5
th

Ed., Prentice Hall, 200
7
.

Meriam J. L.,Kraige L. G.,
En
gineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics
,
6
th

Ed., John
Wiley & Sons, 200
8
.

Electronic references of
Statics and Dynamics
, from

http://www.engnetbase.com/

Course Objectives


Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1.

Understand

the fundamental concepts of statics and dynamics.

2.

Apply the different methods and the mathematics involved in the solution of engineering
problems.

3.

Distinguish between particles and rigid bodies and their analysis.

4.

Draw free
-
body diagrams.

5.

Solve
equilibrium problems using the equations of equilibrium.

6.

Calculate the moment of a force.

7.

Reduce a simple distributed loading.

8.

Calculate position, displacement, velocity and acceleration of a particle.

9.

Analyze the accelerated motion of a particle.

10.

Use prin
ciples of work and energy for basic dynamic analysis.

11.

Use principles of impulse and momentum for basic dynamic analysis.

12.

Solve vibrations problems
.

Topics Covered

Lecture Topic*



1.

Introduction:
General Principles



2.

Statics

of Particles
-
2D


3.

Statics of
Rigid Bodies
-
2D



4.

Introduction to Center of Gravity and Centroids


5.

Introduction to Structural
Analysis




6.

Statics

of Particles
-
3D


7.

Statics of Rigid Bodies
-

3D




8.

Dynamic of Particles:
Kinematics


9.

Dynamic of Particles:
Kinetics


10.

Dynamic of Rigid Bodies:
Introduction

to Kinematics and Kinetics of Rigid Bodies



11.

Introduction to Vibrations



*Schedule is subject to change


Class/Lab Schedule:

Three

credit hours. Forty
-
five hour lecture per term

(
Expressed in hours per term
according to the General Catalog description
)
.

Grading Policy

Grades are reported according to the following standard grading system:

A (90
-
100), B (80
-
89), C (70
-
79), D (60
-
69),

F (0
-
59)

Contribution of Course to Meeting Professional Component

Three credit hours of engineering science and two credit hours of engineering design.

Relationship of Course to Program Outcomes**

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

j

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**The numbers and
letters correspond to the Program Educational Objectives and Program Outcomes of
mechanical engineering, respectively.

Revise
d by:
Prof.

Jorge Diazgranados Jimenez
,

Date:

11/14/13



Supporting Services or Special Ne
eds

Students requiring additional services or special assistance must request these at the beginning of the course or as
soon as they learn that they need them, through the appropriate register in the Coordination Office of Student
Services located on the
Student Affair Office.

Honesty, Fraud and Plagiarism (
General Student Regulations,

Chapter V)

The lack of honesty, fraud, plagiarism and any other inadequate behavior in relation to academic work constitute
major infractions sanctioned by General Student R
egulations. Major infractions, according to General Regulation
Students, may result in suspension from the University for a definite period of time greater than one year or the
permanent expulsion from the University, among others sanctions.