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2019/2020

Mechanics II.

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E311102 Z,ZK 4 2P+2C
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Department of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics
Synopsis:

Kinematics of point and of rigid bodies. Transformation matrix. Kinematics of concurrent movements. Motion: translation, rotation, general planar motion, spherical motion, screw motion, general spatial motion. Composition of mechanisms. Basic planar mechanisms.

Analytical methods in kinematics of mechanisms - Trigonometric and vector method. Graphical methods in kinematics. Basic theory of gearing. Transmition mechanisms with geers. Strutting and seezing in mechanisms. Cable mechanisms.

Requirements:

1) Kinematics of point.

2) Kinematics of rigid bodies.

3) Transformation matrix.

4) Kinematics of concurrent movements.

5) Kinematics of rigid bodies.

6) Motion: translation, rotation, general planar motion, spherical motion, screw motion, general spatial motion

7) Composition of mechanisms.

8) Basic planar mechanisms.

9) Analytical methods in kinematics of mechanisms.

10) Trigonometric and vector method.

11) Basic theory of gearing.

12) Transmition mechanisms with geers.

13) Strutting and seezing in mechanisms.

14) Cable mechanisms.

Syllabus of lectures:

- Kinematics of point.

- Kinematics of rigid bodies.

- Transformation matrix.

- Kinematics of concurrent movements.

- Kinematics of rigid bodies.

- Motion: translation, rotation, general planar motion, spherical motion, screw motion, general spatial motion

- Composition of mechanisms.

- Basic planar mechanisms.

- Analytical methods in kinematics of mechanisms.

- Trigonometric and vector method.

- Basic theory of gearing.

- Transmition mechanisms with geers.

- Strutting and seezing in mechanisms.

- Cable mechanisms.

Syllabus of tutorials:

- Kinematics of point.

- Kinematics of rigid bodies.

- Transformation matrix.

- Kinematics of concurrent movements.

- Kinematics of rigid bodies.

- Motion: translation, rotation, general planar motion, spherical motion, screw motion, general spatial motion

- Composition of mechanisms.

- Basic planar mechanisms.

- Analytical methods in kinematics of mechanisms.

- Trigonometric and vector method.

- Basic theory of gearing.

- Transmition mechanisms with geers.

- Strutting and seezing in mechanisms.

- Cable mechanisms.

Study Objective:
Study materials:

Beer F.P., Johnson E.R.: Vector Mechanics for Engineers. Statics and Dynamics. McGraw-Hill, New York 1988.

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