Technische Dynamik (ILV)

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Course lecturer:

FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.

 Manfred Baltl

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Course numberB2.06060.30.010
Course codeTechDyn
Curriculum2019
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction German

The students are able
• to calculate the trajectories of bodies at given forces and moments.
They can calculate
• how big the forces and moments have to be to guide a moving body in a certain path.
They can
• apply the working set of dynamics and are confident in dealing with the basic concepts of work, energy, potential, performance and efficiency in machinery.

B2.00000.10.090 - Engineering Statics
B2.00000.00.030 - Science of Strength of Materials 1
B2.00000.10.080 - Physics 1
B2.00000.10.010 - Engineering Mathematics 1
B2.00000.20.010 - Engineering Mathematics 2
B2.00000.20.030 - Physics 2

  • Kinematics of the point
o Basic concepts
o Coordinate Systems
o Circular motion
• Kinetics of the mass point
o Newtonian axioms
o Dynamic Basic Law for the mass point
o Force laws of kinetics
o The principle of d'Alembert
• Principle of work and energy, and law of conservation of energy of the mass point
o The work of the force along a trajectory
o The principle of work and energy for the mass point
o The law of conservation and energy for weight and spring forces
• Kinematics and kinetics of the mass point system
• Kinematics and kinetics of the plane motion of rigid bodies
• Fundamentals of rotor dynamics

Mahnken: Lehrbuch der Technischen Mechanik-Dynamik, Springer verlag
R.C. Hibbeler: Technische Mechanik 2-Science of Strength of Materials, Pearson Studium

Integrated course (ILV)