Foundation mechanics

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ENG0302L

2015/6

Semester 1

A

FHEQ Level 3

Linked 10+10

Engineering

School of Engineering

Dr E Brown

Dr M Martyn and Dr B Whiteside

None

None

To develop the basic skills of statics, kinematics and dynamics and apply them to engineering problems.

Lectures, tutorials, laboratories.

Study Hours: | ||||||

Lectures: | 48.00 | Directed Study: | 110.00 | |||

Seminars/Tutorials: | 24.00 | Other: | 10.00 | |||

Laboratory/Practical: | 6.00 | Formal Exams: | 2.00 | Total: 200.00 |

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

1.1 Apply scalar and vector algebra to the principles of statics.

1.2 Become familiar with principles of kinematics and the laws of motion associated with one and two dimensional motion of objects.

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

2.1 Apply the principles of statics to problems set in an engineering context and notation.

2.2 Apply the principles of dynamics to problems set in an engineering context and notation.

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

3.1 Manage, present and interpret data.

3.2 Solve problems systematically using the scientific method.

3.3 Communicate technical information in a concise manner.

3.4 Work as part of a team.

001. | Assessment Type | Duration | Percentage |

Examination - closed book | 2.00 | 70% | |

Description | |||

Examination - closed book | |||

002. | Assessment Type | Duration | Percentage |

Coursework | 20% | ||

Description | |||

1500 Word Report | |||

003. | Assessment Type | Duration | Percentage |

Presentation | 10% | ||

Description | |||

Group presentation |

As Original

Displacement, velocity, constant acceleration. Circular motion: angular measure, angular frequency, angular acceleration. Kinetics: force, mass, momentum. Newton`s Laws of Motion. Work/energy equation. Power. Impulse/momentum equation.

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