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Dynamics - Chapter 13 [Beer7]

Dynamics - Chapter 13 [Beer7]

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Seventh Edition
Ferdinand P. Beer
E. Russell Johnston, Jr.

Lecture Notes:
J. Walt Oler
Texas Tech University

CHAPTER
\u00a9 2003 The McGraw-Hill Com anies, Inc. All ri hts reserved.
DYNAMICS
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS:
13

Kinetics of Particles:
Energy and Momentum
Methods

\u00a9 2003 The McGraw-Hill Com anies, Inc. All ri hts reserved.
Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics
Seventh
Edition
13 - 2
Contents

Introduction
Work of a Force
Principle of Work & Energy
Applications of the Principle of Work

& Energy

Power and Efficiency
Sample Problem 13.1
Sample Problem 13.2
Sample Problem 13.3
Sample Problem 13.4
Sample Problem 13.5
Potential Energy
Conservative Forces
Conservation of Energy
Motion Under a Conservative Central

F o rc e

Sample Problem 13.6
Sample Problem 13.7
Sample Problem 13.9
Principle of Impulse and Momentum
Impulsive Motion
Sample Problem 13.10
Sample Problem 13.11
Sample Problem 13.12
Impact
Direct Central Impact
Oblique Central Impact
Problems Involving Energy and Momentum
Sample Problem 13.14
Sample Problem 13.15
Sample Problems 13.16
Sample Problem !3.17

\u00a9 2003 The McGraw-Hill Com anies, Inc. All ri hts reserved.
Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics
Seventh
Edition
13 - 3
Introduction

\u2022Previously, problems dealing with the motion of particles were
solved through the fundamental equation of motion,
Current chapter introduces two additional methods of analysis.

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a
m
F
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\u2022Method of work and energy: directly relates force, mass,
velocity and displacement.
\u2022Method of impulse and momentum: directly relates force,
mass, velocity, and time.

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