## Fundamental MechanicsBack JP / EN

Numbering Code Year/Term U-ENG23 23010 LJ57 2021 ・ First semester 2 Lecture Japanese Mon.4 HAKAMADA MASATAKA (Graduate School of Energy Science Associate Professor) This class introduces foundations of Newtonian mechanics and its application to engineering. The motion of a particle, multi-particle systems, and rigid body are mainly introduced and related mechanics studied in specialized subjects are explained. The goal is to acquire a systematic knowledge of mechanics of a particle, multi-particle systems, and rigid body to solve basic mechanical problems. Fundamental mathmatics, 1 times, Vector calculus Laws of motion, 4 times, Equation of motion, Velocity and acceleration vector in polar coordinates, linear momentum and angular momentum, conservation laws, damped harmonic oscillator, driven harmonic oscillator, resonance, coupled oscillations and their modes Work and Energy, 2 times, Work, conservative force and potential, conservation of mechanical energy Non-inertial systems, 1 time, Galilean Transformation, motion in a rotating coordinate system (Coriolis force and centrifugal force) Multi-particle systems, 1 time, Center of Mass, conservation of Momentum Motion of rigid bodies, 3 times, Degree of freedom, statics of rigid bodies, Moment of inertia, Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis, Motion of a rigid body Foundation of analytical mechanics, 2 times, Constraint condition, constraint force, generalized coordinate, generalized force, Lagrange's equations. Confirmation of achievement, 1 time Examination Examination: 85%, Weekly assignment: 15% Elementary calculus and linear algebra Preparation and reviewing are recommended, although the details are arbitrary. Worksheet (in Japanese) is provided via web. https://panda.ecs.kyoto-u.ac.jp/