# sap course 1436797372

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Quiz/Homework - 20%

Midterms - 60%

Final - 20%

This is an introductory level course on motion of rigid bodies and forces that cause motion. In this course, Newton's Laws, energy and momentum principles will be explored and dynamic behaviour of undamped single degree of freedom systems will be covered.

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Upon succesful completion of this course, a student will be able to

1. Model 2D motion of system of particles and rigid bodies by employing kinematic relation-ships. (B3)

2. Apply Newton's equations to 2D dynamic problems to determine forces resulting from specified motions of system of particles and rigid bodies. (B3)

3. Explain the difference between static and kinetic friction. (B2)

4. Model 2D motion of particles and rigid bodies using energy and momentum principles. (B3)

5. Recognize the difference between free and forced type vibrations. (B1)

6. Recognize the difference between damped and undamped single degree of freedom systems. (B1)

7. Apply Newton's equations of motion and energy methods to 2D dynamic problems to de-scribe vibrations of single degree of freedom rigid bodies. (B3)