Kinetics of Particles

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Lecture Goals. EnergyWorkExamples. Work and Energy Methods. Work /Energy method is an alternative method of solving the equations of motion of particles. It combines the kinematics with Newton's 2nd Law, by integrating Newton's law with respect to position. (force as a function of position).

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1. Kinetics of Particles ENGR 221 April 23, 2003

2. Lecture Goals Energy Work Examples

3. Work and Energy Methods

4. Energy Method

5. Definition of Acceleration

6. Energy Method

7. Kinetic Energy

8. Kinetic Energy

9. Kinetic Energy

10. Work

11. Work

12. Work

13. Massless Springs

14. Principle of Work and Kinetic Energy

15. Problem Solving Technique

16. Example Problem – Energy

17. Example Problem – Energy

18. Example Problem – Energy

19. Example Problem – Energy

20. Example Problem – Energy

21. Example Problem – Energy

22. Example Problem – Energy

23. Class Problem – Energy

24. Class Problem – Energy

25. Example Problem – Work

26. Example Problem – Work

27. Example Problem – Work

28. Example Problem – Work

29. Example Problem – Energy

30. Example Problem – Energy

31. Example Problem – Energy

32. Example Problem – Energy

33. Example Problem – Energy

34. Class Problem – Energy

35. Class Problem – Energy

36. Class Problem – Energy

37. Homework

38. Bonus Problem – Energy

39. Example Problem – Energy

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