AMME2500: Engineering Dynamics (2014 - Semester 1)
|Unit:||AMME2500: Engineering Dynamics (6 CP)|
|Faculty/School:||School of Aerospace, Mechanical & Mechatronic Engineering|
Dr Auld, Douglass
|Session options:||Semester 1|
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|Pre-Requisites:||(AMME1550 or PHYS1001) and (MATH1001 or MATH1901) and (MATH1002 or MATH1902)|
|Brief Handbook Description:||This unit of study aims to teach: Dynamics of Rigid Bodies: Analysis of Planar mechanisms; Kinematics of rigid bodies; Kinetics of rigid bodies. Students will also develop their skills in: how to model and analyse dynamic systems and the application of theory to real systems through practical/laboratory sessions.
At the end of this unit students will have developed skills in modelling and analysing planar mechanisms and rigid body dynamic systems.
Course content will include planar mechanisms, linkages, mobility; instant centres of rotation, Kennedy's theorem; velocity and acceleration polygons; kinematics of rigid bodies, frames of reference, velocity and acceleration, rotating frame of reference, relative velocity and acceleration, gyroscopic acceleration; kinetics of rigid bodies, linear momentum and Euler's first law; angular momentum and Euler's second law; centre of mass; moments of inertia, parallel axis and parallel plane theorems, principal axes and principal moments of inertia, rotation about an axis; impulse and momentum; work and energy, kinetic and potential energies; applications to orbital and gyroscopic motion; introduction to Lagrangian methods.
Dr Altaee, Abdul Malik
|T&L Activities:||Tutorial: Attendance at tutorials is COMPULSORY and will be counted in the Assignment marks in part or whole
There will be a hand-in assignment associated with each tutorial. Failure to attend one week tutorial (2 hours) will lead to 20% loss of the marks in this corresponding assignment. Failure to attend 6 week tutorials will lead to zero mark in your whole assignment component) Please stay with your timetabled tutorial session in order to record your attendance.
Laboratory: Two 3hr lab sessions per student during the semester. Sessions will commence from the 2nd week of the semester. Experimental time and groups will announced in the first week.
Attributes listed here represent the key course goals (see Course Map tab) designated for this unit. The list below describes how these attributes are developed through practice in the unit. See Learning Outcomes and Assessment tabs for details of how these attributes are assessed.
|Attribute Development Method||Attribute Developed|
|Ability to realistical model an engineering situation and apply a few fundamental, well understood principles to its solution.||Design (Level 2)|
|Essential knowledge in the fields of kinematics and dynamics.||Maths/Science Methods and Tools (Level 2)|
|Ability to thoroughly present and communicate knowledge gained.||Communication (Level 1)|
For explanation of attributes and levels see Engineering & IT Graduate Outcomes Table.
Learning outcomes are the key abilities and knowledge that will be assessed in this unit. They are listed according to the course goal supported by each. See Assessment Tab for details how each outcome is assessed.Design (Level 2)
Final Exam: Final exam - closed book (essential formulas will be provided).
Assignment: Assignments. There will be a hand-in assignment associated with each tutorial, with hand-in dates and location written on the tutorial question sheet.
Lab Report: Two individual laboratory reports, 5% each. Reports must be submitted to the lab demonstrators one week after each of two laboratory sessions.
Quiz: Two quizzes, 5% each in weeks 7 and 12.
|Policies & Procedures:||See the policies page of the faculty website at http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/student-policies/ for information regarding university policies and local provisions and procedures within the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies.|
Note: Students are expected to have a personal copy of all books listed.
Note: References are provided for guidance purposes only. Students are advised to consult these books in the university library. Purchase is not required.
|Online Course Content:||Login via MyUni or at https://elearning.sydney.edu.au/|
|Note on Resources:||There are many other useful books in library. Look at the shelves around call numbers 531.11-531.3 or 620.1-620.104.|
Note that the "Weeks" referred to in this Schedule are those of the official university semester calendar https://web.timetable.usyd.edu.au/calendar.jsp
|Week 1||Two-Dimensional Kinematics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 2||Two-Dimensional Kinematics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 3||Two-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 4||Two-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 5||Two-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 6||Three-Dimensional Kinematics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 7||Three-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Three-Dimensional Kinematics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 8||Three-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 9||Three-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.|
|Week 10||Variable Mass.|
|Week 11||Introduction to Lagrange's Equations and introduction to the vibration of Mechanical systems.|
|Week 12||Introduction to Lagrange's Equations and introduction to the vibration of Mechanical systems.|
|Week 13||Introduction to Lagrange's Equations and introduction to the vibration of Mechanical systems.|
|Exam Period||Assessment Due: Final Exam|
The following is a list of courses which have added this Unit to their structure.
This unit contributes to the achievement of the following course goals:
|Design (Level 2)||Yes||3%|
|Engineering/IT Specialisation (Level 2)||No||0%|
|Maths/Science Methods and Tools (Level 2)||Yes||97%|
|Information Seeking (Level 2)||No||0%|
|Communication (Level 1)||Yes||0%|
These goals are selected from Engineering & IT Graduate Outcomes Table which defines overall goals for courses where this unit is primarily offered. See Engineering & IT Graduate Outcomes Table for details of the attributes and levels to be developed in the course as a whole. Percentage figures alongside each course goal provide a rough indication of their relative weighting in assessment for this unit. Note that not all goals are necessarily part of assessment. Some may be more about practice activity. See Learning outcomes for details of what is assessed in relation to each goal and Assessment for details of how the outcome is assessed. See Attributes for details of practice provided for each goal.