Philadelphia University Mechatronics Engineering Department Faculty of Engineering Second Semester 2011/2012

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Philadelphia University

Mechatronics Engineering Department

Faculty of Engineer
ing

Second

Semester 2011/2012


Course Syllabus for
Dynamics and Vibration

(page
1

of 2)

Dr. Mohammad Al
-
Shabi

Course Syllabus


Course Title

Dynamics and Vibration

Course Number

0640
233

Course Level

2
nd

year

Class Time

10
:10




:


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Instructor

Dr.
Mohammad A.
Al
-
Shabi

email

mshabi@philadelphia.edu.jo

Prerequisites

Statics

(
0620211
)

Office Hours

9:10



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Text Book


Engineering Mechanics (Dynamics), By: R.C.
Hibbeler, 11th edition,
Prentice hall.


Course Description
:

This course is intended to strengthen the students' capabilities in analyzing forces and torques
and their effects on rigid bodies including velocity and acceleration polygons of links and
mechanisms, Coriolos acceleration, center of percussion, impact, mo
ment of inertia and free
body diagrams. This course will also introduce the student to the vibration phenomenon and its
importance in mechatronics and mechanical engineering as well as in structural systems. This
course will introduce to the student the ma
thematical modeling of dynamic systems, vibration
systems, its analysis and control.


Course Objectives:

The primary objective in teaching mechanics is to help the student develop his ability to apply the
principles of force and acceleration, work and
energy, impulse and momentum and conservation
of angular momentum to analyze the motion of rigid bodies under the effect of forces and torques,
in addition to study free and forced vibrations of mechanical systems.



Course
Academic Calenda
r

Week

Subject

Notes

Feb

12



Feb 19

Kinematic of a Particle
: R
ectilinear

and curvilinear motion.


Feb 26

Kinematic of a Particle: S
ystem of coordinates: Normal and Tangential and
cylindrical components.


March

4

Kinematic of a Particle:
Projectile motion
.


March 11

Kinetics of a particle: Newton's laws
. W
ork and energy
.


Exams (
March
18
-
26)

March 18

Kinetics of a particle:

I
mpulse and momentum principles. Impact.


March 25

Kinetics of a particle:
Relative motion. A
ngular momentum
.

A
ngular impulse
principle
.


April 1

Kinematics of rigid bodies:

R
otation, absolute motion, relative velocity, instantaneous center, velocity
triangle and acceleration polygon.


April 8

April 15

Kinetics of rigid bodies:

F
orce and acceleration, work and energy, and momentum and
impulse
principle.


April 22

Philadelphia University

Mechatronics Engineering Department

Faculty of Engineer
ing

Second

Semester 2011/2012


Course Syllabus for
Dynamics and Vibration

(page
2

of 2)

Dr. Mohammad Al
-
Shabi

Exams (
April
29


May
〷M

April 29

Kinetics of rigid bodies:

G
eneral equations of motion, general plane motion, angular impulse and
angular momentum principle, eccentric impact, center of percussion.


May 16

May 13

Free undamped and free damped vibration, natural frequency.


May 20

Forced undamped and forced damped vibration, vibration measurement,
vibration control, and shock absorbers.


FINAL EXAM
S (
May 27



June 05
)



Assessment Instruments


Allocation of Marks

Exam I

20
%

Exam II

20
%

Homework
, Quizzes and Attendance

20%

Final Exam

4
0%


C
lass work will include:



Homework
.
Two Assignments

are

needed. The first is
to be submitted
by the last lecture
just before the first exam
.
The second is to be submitted by the last lecture just before the
second exam.
The project is submitted by group of students

th
at

does
not exceed

3
members
.

The group should
propose a printed copy of the project.



Quizzes
. Three

10
-
minute quizzes will be given to the students throughout the semester.
These quizzes will cover material discussed during the previous
lecture
.
The
se

quiz
zes

will be
counte
d as
bonus

to the exams.



References:




“Mechanical Engineering Design” Joseph E.

Shigley Mc
-
Graw Hill, 6th edition.



“Machine Design” An Integrated Approach Robert L. Norton, Prentic Hall, 2nd eidition.