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This course is designed so that students learn the application of concepts in mechanics (statics and dynamics) to solve real world mechanical engineering problems pertaining to various machines that include belt and pulley systems, gears, flywheels and gyroscopes. Student will also learn the methods of balancing rotating masses and parts of a combustion engine. The concepts of vibration with respect to one-degree-of-freedom are also studied. At the end of this course, students should be able to solve problems related to various mechanical systems. In addition, they should be able to evaluate analytically the parameters of components of various machines under study.
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