On successful completion of the course, the student should
be able to perform a dynamic analysis of complex mechanical problems
be able to perform a vibration analysis of systems with one or more degrees of freedom
understand the difference between kinematic determined and non-determined analysis
Analysis of cam shafts, gear transmissions and drives. Motion of robots. Practical examples of vibrational systems with one degree of freedom.
Teaching methods and workload
Lectures, exercises and laboratory work. Estimated work load for the average student is 27 hours per credit.
Assessment methods and criteria
4-hours individual written examination (60 % contribution to the final assessment). Portfolio with project work (40 % contribution to the final assessment). The project work in the spring term is to be presented orally. Graded assessment.
Course evaluation is carried out as a midterm evaluation in accordance with standard procedure in the quality assurance system, chapter 2.1.1., unless other information is given in the beginning of the semester.