MAE 2102 Dynamics Summer, 2005 TR 4:30-7:05 University Hall #117

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MAE 2102 Dynamics Summer, 2005
TR 4:30-7:05 University Hall #117
Instructor: Robert G. Gist
Office & Hours: ENG 244, by appointment
Office Phone/Fax: 719-884-1300x2
Work e-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: http://www.uccs.edu/~rgist
Prerequisite: MAE 2101 (Statics)
Co requisite: Math 340 (Intro to Diff. Eq.)
Text: Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics (or Dynamics), 10th Ed., by R. C. Hibbeler
Homework: The way you practice is the way you play the game. Homework is an important part
of cementing the information from the lectures into practical application that will fulfill the
objectives of this course. Homework will count as 30% of the course grade, and will be due at
the start of class, typically one week after it is assigned. Study groups are acceptable and
encouraged, but homework should be based on individual effort. To be graded, homework must
be neat, readable and must SHOW YOUR WORK in arriving at the answers with intermediate
calculations. Partial credit will be given for problems executed correctly but with computation
errors. Homework turned in during class but after class starts is subject to a 10% late penalty.
Homework turned in after class is over will still be accepted, but will be subject to a 50% penalty.
If extreme circumstances should present themselves, consult with me as soon as possible. Each
homework set will consist of around 5-7 problems from the chapter. Each problem will be
assessed according to the following criteria:
Correct procedures, correct answers
Some math errors
Several math errors or incorrect equations
Correct equations
Attempted
Did not attempt
5 pts
4 pts
3 pts
2 pts
1 pt
0 pts
Exams: There will be two review exams given during the semester, each counting 25% of your
grade. I will give you at least a week’s notice as to the exact date of the exam as well as the
material you will be responsible for on each test. In addition to the two in-class exams there will
be a comprehensive final exam. The final exam will count for 20% of your grade. Unless
arrangements have been made PRIOR to any exam, THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UP EXAMS.
MISSED EXAMS WILL RECEIVE A SCORE OF ZERO. For each exam, you will be allowed
to bring a 3x5 inch index card with formulas and constants written on it. Calculators are also
allowed to be used for the exams.
Grades: Your grade will be based on the following weighting:
Homework
30%
Exam #1
25%
Exam #2
25%
Final Exam
20%
The grading ranges are posted on my website. The ranges are: 4.0 (89.5 to 100), 3.x (79.5 to
89.4), 2.x (69.5 to 79.4), 1.x (59.5-69.4) and 0.x (0 to 59.4). Ranges include +’s and –‘s.
R. Gist
http://www.uccs.edu/~rgist
MAE 2102 Dynamics Summer, 2005
TR 4:30-7:05 University Hall #117
Students with disabilities should provide their letters of certification and accommodation within
the first two weeks of class. Special accommodations for tests are required a week prior to the
scheduled exam date.
Units: Keeping track and showing units (where they exist) is critical when reporting engineering
results. Reminders will appear on homework problems with missing units prior to the first exam.
After that (including all exams) DEDUCTIONS WILL BE TAKEN FOR MISSING UNITS.
Calculators: Calculators and computers are a part of the modern engineer’s tool set. They
provide an alternate means to check your answers and to reduce computation errors, but are no
substitution for engineering common sense. If you can program and apply calculators to assist
you in your problem solving, you are increasing your skill set. Calculators will be allowed
during exams; HOWEVER, enough INTERMEDIATE STEPS MUST BE SHOWN to convince
me that you understand how to solve the problem.
Syllabus *
Topic
Homework Due
June 14
None
None
Chapter 14
Chapter 12
Chapter 15
July 21
July 26
July 28
Introduction
(12) Kinematics
(13) Kinetics – Force
and Acceleration
(14) Kinetics – Work
and Energy
(15) Kinetics –
Impulse and
Momentum
Wrap-up
Review
Exam #1
(16) Kinematics
(17) Kinetics– Force
and Acceleration
(18) Kinetics – Work
and Energy
(19) Kinetics –
Impulse and
Momentum
Wrap-up
Review
Exam #2
(20) Kinematics
(21) Kinetics
Read Ahead
for Next Class
Chapter 13
August 2
August 4
Review
Final Exam
June 16
June 21
June 23
June 28
June 30
July 5
July 7
July 14
July 19
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Rigid Bodies
July 12
Particles
Date
Chapter 15
None
None
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 16
Chapter 19
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
3-D
Chapter 19
None
None
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
* Subject to change
R. Gist
http://www.uccs.edu/~rgist
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
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