Dynamics: Analysis of cam shafts, gear transmissions and drives. Motion of robots. Practical examples of vibrational systems with one degree of freedom.
On successful completion of the course, the student should
have knowledge about the use and design of the most important mechanical systems applied in mechanical systems
understand the operation of mechanical systems
design and evaluate simpler systems
Teaching methods and workload
Lectures, exercises and laboratory work
The course evaluation is completed as a midterm evaluation in accordance with the provisions listed in the Quality Assurance System Chapter 2.1.1. A final evaluation may be completed as required.
Assessment methods and criteria
Individual written examination, 5 hours (60% contributing to final assessment). Portfolio with two compulsory exercises (40% contribution to final assessment). Compulsory presentation of project exercise carried out in the spring term. Graded assessment.
Offered as Single Standing Module
Level of course
Year of study
First year of master's programme.
Name of lecturer
Programme coordinator Kjell G Robbersmyr and Associate Professor Morten Kjeld Ebbesen.