FM2201 - Mechanics (Dynamics)

This course in mechanics introduces the fundamental concepts of dynamics and builds on the basic principles of statics presented in previous courses. The course provides students with the basic requirements for the analysis of engineering problems and for understanding of design principles of various machines and mechanisms. The topics studied include kinematics and kinetics of particles, impulse and momentum, kinematics of rigid bodies, forces and acceleration, balancing, work and energy, and mechanical vibrations.

Prerequisite(s): CF2540 or FM2200

This course is offered in the following programs:
Industrial Engineering Technology (Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering Technology (Manufacturing) Co-op