Dynamics is the study of motion and force systems on bodies in motion. In this course, students examine the application of Newton's Laws to linear and curvilinear motion problems. Other methods addressed include work/energy, impulse/momentum, and mechanical vibration. These methods apply to both simple particles and objects with geometry, such as linkages and other mechanical devices.
PrerequisitesPost Secondary level MATH 2008 Calculus and Engineering Math Minimum Grade of 50
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