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## Mechanical Engineering 202: Dynamics

Mechanical Engineering 202: Dynamics (Saylor Academy). Instructor: Professor Kenneth S. Manning. This course discusses topics in the motion of particles, Newton's second law, the kinetics of particles, rigid body motion, and the kinematics of rigid bodies: rectilinear coordinates, curvilinear motion, normal coordinates, polar coordinates, constrained motion, relative motion, particle linear kinetics, work energy, linear momentum, curvilinear kinetics, angular momentum, rigid body kinematics, absolute motion, relative velocity, instantaneous center, relative acceleration, rigid body rotation, rigid body translation, general rigid body motion, rigid body impulse-momentum, central force motion, and work/energy method for rigid bodies.

 Introduction

 Lecture 01 - Introduction Lecture 02 - Rectilinear Coordinates Lecture 03 - Curvilinear Motion Lecture 04 - Normal Coordinates Lecture 05 - Polar Coordinates Lecture 06 - Constrained Motion Lecture 07 - Relative Motion Lecture 08 - Particle Linear Kinetics Lecture 09 - Work Energy I Lecture 10 - Linear Momentum Lecture 11 - Curvilinear Kinetics Lecture 12 - Work Energy II Lecture 13 - Angular Momentum Lecture 14 - Impact Lecture 15 - Rigid Body Kinematics Lecture 16 - Absolute Motion Lecture 17 - Relative Velocity Lecture 18 - Instantaneous Center Lecture 19 - Relative Acceleration Lecture 20 - Rigid Body Rotation Lecture 21 - Rigid Body Translation Lecture 22 - General Rigid Body Motion Lecture 23 - Rigid Body Impulse-Momentum Lecture 24 - Central Force Motion Lecture 25 - Work/Energy Method for Rigid Bodies

 Related Links ME202: Mechanics II - Dynamics Course Syllabus. Learning Outcomes. Course Requirements. Course Information. Dynamics is a sub-branch of the general field of study known as Mechanics.