Engineering Mechanics 2 (GE 125.0)

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GE 125 02 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 04 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 97 January 2018 Glyn Kennell
GE 125 L02 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L04 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L06 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L08 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L12 January 2018 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L98 January 2018 Glyn Kennell
 
GE 125 02 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 04 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 97 January 2017 Glyn Kennell
GE 125 L02 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L04 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L06 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L08 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L10 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L12 January 2017 Fangxiang Wu
GE 125 L98 January 2017 Glyn Kennell
 
GE 125 02 January 2016
GE 125 04 January 2016
GE 125 97 January 2016

Description

A continuation of Engineering Mechanics I. The equilibrium of bodies under distributed loads is presented as an introduction to centroids, centers of mass, and area moments of inertia. Particle dynamics is the subject of the majority of the course starting with the principles of particle translation under constant and non-constant acceleration. The kinetics of particles during translation, including force-acceleration, work-energy, and impulse-momentum are also applied to practical engineering applications. A series of problem laboratories and practical laboratories provide practical problems to assist in the assimilation of the principles covered.

Prerequisite(s)

GE 124 (taken) and MATH 123 (taken).

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

MATH 124.

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