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This course comprises two parts, namely; statics and dynamics. In statics, the basic principles of engineering mechanics such as forces, moments and friction are introduced. Students are required to apply this basic knowledge in analysing the equilibrium of rigid bodies, as well as the stability of a structure. The subjects of dynamics cover the concept of kinematics and kinetics. Kinematics treats the geometric aspects of the motion, whereas kinetics analyses the forces that cause the motion. Analyses in relation to kinetic problems are solved using acceleration method, principle of work and energy, and principle of impulse and momentum.
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