# MMAE 200 Statics and Dynamics – Service course Catalog Data Equilibrium concepts Statics of a particle Statics of a system of particles and rigid bodies Distribute

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```							                            MMAE 200: Statics and Dynamics – Service course

Catalog Data:
Equilibrium concepts. Statics of a particle. Statics of a system of particles and rigid bodies. Distributed forces,
centroids and center of gravity. Friction. Kinectics of particles: Newton’s Laws of motion, energy and
momentum. Kinematics and of particles. Dynamics of rotating bodies. Credit for this course is not applicable to
BSME, BSMSE and BSAE programs.
Prerequisites: PHYS 123, MATH 152, CS 105. Corequisite: MATH 252.

Text: Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics, Hibbeler, 11th Edition

Course Webpage: N/A

Course Objectives:
To introduce the concept of static equilibrium as applied to simple structural problems and provide an
understanding of distributed forces, center of gravity, and centroids. To introduce the concept of dynamic motion
as applied to simple moving objects, including effects of friction, centrifugal forces, and analysis of motion from
an energy balance perspective and momentum perspective.

Topics:
1. Force Vectors
2. Equilibrium of a Particle
3. Force System Resultants
4. Midterm 1
5. Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
6. Friction and Center of Gravity
7. Kinematics of a Particle
8. Kinetics of a Particle Force and Acceleration
9. Midterm 2
10. Kinetics of a Particle: Work and Energy
11. Kinetics of a Particle: Impulse and Momentum
12. Final Exam (Comprehensive)
Computer Usage:
Relationship of Course to ABET Outcomes:

ABET
Criterion                          Program Outcome                            Status      Limited to excel
3a       Apply knowledge of math, engineering, science                        3        spreadsheets and plots

3b       Design and conduct experiments                                      0
3b       Analyze and interpret data                                          0
3c       Design system, component, or process to meet needs                   2
3d       Function on multi-disciplinary teams                                 0
3e       Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems                  2
3f       Understand professional and ethical responsibility                   0
3g       Communicate effectively                                              1
3i       Recognize need for life-long learning                                2
3j      Knowledge of contemporary issues                                     0
3k       Use techniques, skills, and tools in engineering practice            0

Prepared by: Roberto Cammino, Fall 2007

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