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Curriculum

Title Dynamics (Code 09010503)

 

Unit

Content

Learning objects

Teaching Guidelines

Methodology

Time (Hrs)

one

  • Velocity and Acceleration along radial direction,
  • Along transverse direction,
  • Along tangential and normal directions,
  • Relative velocity and Acceleration,
  • Simple Harmonic Motion,
  • Elastic Strings
Students will be able to

  • General  equation of second degree,
  • Chord of contact, pole of line to the. System of conics, Confocal conics,
  • Polar equation of a conic. Tangent and normal to the conic

Lecture should be effective so that student can grasp the topics easily.

  • Lecture.
  •  Seminar.
  • Discussion/Interaction with Students.
  • Assignment.
  •  Discussion on Assignment.
  • Evaluation of Assignment.

15

Two

  • Mass, Momentum and Force,
  • Newton’s Laws of Motion,
  • Work, Power and Energy,
  • Definitions of Conservative Forces,
  • Impulsive Forces
Students will be able to

  • Sphere:Plane equation of a sphere.
  • Sphere through a given circle Points of inflexion,Cusp,node and conjugate points..
  • Radical plane of two spheres, Co-axal system of spheres

Lecture should be effective so that student can grasp the topics easily.

  • Lecture.
  •  Seminar.
  • Discussion/Interaction with Students.
  • Assignment.
  • Discussion on Assignment.
  • Evaluation of Assignment

 

15

Three

  • Virtual work. Forces in three dimensions,
  • Poinsots central axis,
  • Wrenches,
  • Null lines and planes,
  • Stable and unstable equilibrium,
  • Central Orbits, Kepler Laws of Motion
  • Motion of a particle in Three dimensions
  • Acceleration in terms of different co-ordinate systems
To make students familiar with Cones, Right circular cone, enveloping cone and reciprocal cone Cylinder: Right circular cylinder and enveloping cylinder. Central Conicoids: Equation of tangent plane. Director sphere. Normal to the conicoids.
Enveloping cone of a conicoid. Enveloping cylinder of a conicoid. Plane sections of conicoids. Generating lines. Confocal conicoid. Reduction of second degree equations

Lecture should be effective so that student can grasp the topics easily.

  • Lecture.
  • Seminar.
  • Discussion/Interaction with Students.
  • Assignment.
  • Discussion on Assignment.
  • Evaluation of Assignment

15

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