MIE100H1

Dynamics

University of Toronto St. George

This course on Newtonian mechanics considers the interactions which influence 2-D, curvilinear motion. These interactions are described in terms of the concepts of force, work, momentum and energy. Initially the focus is on the kinematics and kinetics of particles. Then, the kinematics and kinetics of systems of particles and solid bodies are examined. Finally, simple harmonic motion is discussed. The occurrence of dynamic motion in natural systems, such as planetary motion, is emphasized. Applications to engineered systems are also introduced.
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MIE 100S DYNAMICS
January April, 2019
(updated December 18, 2018)
1. Lectures schedule and location
Section number
Instructor
Lecture rooms
Office hours*
LEC 01
Leslie Sinclair
lsinclair@mie.utoronto.ca
BA 8112
M 4-5 pm (BA1190)
T 5-6 pm (BA1190)
R 4-5 pm (BA1190)
Thursday
1:10-2:00 pm
LEC 02
Pierre Sullivan
sullivan@mie.utoronto.ca
MC 225
M 4-5 pm (MC254)
T 5-6 pm (MC254)
R 4-5 pm (MC254)
Wednesday
12:10-1:00 pm
LEC 03
Lidan You
youlidan@mie.utoronto.ca
MC 316
M 11 am - noon(SF1105)
W 11 am - noon (SF1105)
R 11 am - noon (SF1105)
Monday
1:10-2:00 pm
LEC 04
Edmond Young
eyoung@mie.utoronto.ca
MC 313
M noon 1 pm (LM161)
W noon 1 pm (LM161)
F 23 pm (LM161)
Tuesday
12:10-1:00 pm
LEC 05
Anthony Sinclair
sinclair@mie.utoronto.ca
MC 415
M 10-11 am (MC254)
W 11 am - noon (GB220)
F 11 am - noon (BA1210)
Friday
1:10-2:00 pm
LEC 06
Anthony Sinclair
sinclair@mie.utoronto.ca
MC415
T 10-11 am (MP103)
W 10-11 am (BA1130)
F 10-11 am (MC254)
Friday
1:10-2:00 pm
* Students may attend the office hours of any of the course instructors
2. Final mark distribution
Final examination (Type D: aid sheet) 50%
Midterm Test I, Jan 29, 1:00 pm (Type D: aid sheet) chapter 12 20%
Midterm Test II - March 14, 6:00 pm (Type D: aid sheet) - chapters 12-16 25%
Online assignments 5%
3. Textbook and online access
Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics Global Edition (Pearson Education Ltd.)
R. C. Hibbeler & Kai Beng Yap, SI version, 14th edition:
Hardcopy text + Mastering Engineering package (ISBN 9781292088815)
or Electronic text + Mastering Engineering package (ISBN 9781292088730)
or Mastering Engineering access only (no textbook) can be bought on-line (see page 5)
Online access to Pearson’s MasteringEngineering website. The website is used for weekly
assignments (as described under item 11 below). An access code is included with your new
textbook, or you can purchase an access code separately from the textbook as described on
page 5 of this outline.
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4. Course Objectives
Develop a working knowledge of the basic principles of classical mechanics
Acquire familiarity with various coordinate systems and associated vector calculus
for describing the motion of particles and two-dimensional objects
Develop skills to analyze a problem, extract and combine information given in the
form of text or diagrams
Gain familiarity with techniques for formulating and solving multi-step engineering
problems, and select an appropriate solution strategy from several possible
candidates.
Build an understanding of the conceptual relationship between concepts in
mechanical engineering and electrical engineering
5. Course outline and approximate timetable
Textbook chapters
Topic
Approximate
Starting date*
Chapter 12 (Omit section 12.3)
Kinematics of Particles
January 7th
Chapter 13 (Omit section 13.7)
Chapter 14
Omit 14.4
Chapter 15 (Omit sections 15.4, 15.8 & 15.9)
Kinetics of Particles
January 24rd
Chapter 16 (Omit sections 16.4 and 16.8)
Plane Kinematics of
Rigid Bodies
February 25th
Chapter 17 (Omit section 17.2)
Chapter 18
Chapter 19 (Omit section 19.4)
Plane Kinetics of Rigid
Bodies
March 6th
Chapter 22 (Omit sections 22.2 & 22.5)
Vibrations and Time
Response
March 27th
* Exact starting date may vary among the various lecture sections.
6. Midterm tests and Final Examination
Midterm test: January 29, 1 pm (covers chapter 12)
Midterm test: March 14, 6 pm (covers chapters 12-16)
Final exam: All material listed above in the course outline will be examinable.
Room assignments will be posted close to the date of each test and exam.
7. Calendar Course Description
This course on Newtonian mechanics considers the interactions which influence 2-D,
curvilinear motion. These interactions are described in terms of the concepts of force, work,
momentum and energy. Initially the focus is on the kinematics and kinetics of particles. Then,
the kinematics and kinetics of systems of particles and solid bodies are examined. Finally,
simple harmonic motion is discussed. The occurrence of dynamic motion in natural systems,
such as planetary motion, is emphasized. Applications to engineered systems are also
introduced.
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8. Calculator
During the exam and midterm tests, students must use a non-programmable calculator:
Casio FX-991EX or Casio FX-991ES PLUS or Casio FX-991MS or
Sharp EL-520X or Sharp EL-520
9. Email
For all emails regarding the course, start your subject with “MIE100 - ”.
Example: “MIE 100 - Problems with Mastering Engineering”
For all administrative queries related to problems with MasteringEngineering or tutorials:
email mie100-admin@mie.utoronto.ca
For questions regarding technical course material, you can email your tutorial section TAs
(names posted on Quercus), or see any one of the instructors or TA’s during office hours.
10. Quercus website
The course website can be found through the portal at https://q.utoronto.ca/
Note that most information for this course will be posted on Quercus under the heading of
lecture section L0101 the posted information actually applies to ALL lecture sections of
this course.
The course website will have available: contact information for your instructor and teaching
assistants; some extra (not graded) problems and their solutions; midterm room assignments;
details on the course outline and any announcements made in class. It will also have your
midterm grades listed. Students will be responsible for checking the course website to ensure
that midterm grades have been recorded accurately.
11. Online assignments
This course requires the completion of weekly assignments. These will be accessible (and
answers must be submitted) through the Mastering Engineering website. In order to register
on Mastering Engineering, you need to access your course on Quercus.
At the start of the term, use the instructions on page 5 of this handout to register for our course.
Be sure to use your proper UofT registration name and UofT email address.
Each Wednesday night at 11:59 pm, starting January 9th 2019, there will be a list of assigned
problems, which must be solved and submitted on-line within 10 days (by next Saturday night
at 11:59 pm). These problems will generate a different set of input data for each student and so
copying from each other will not work, but you are encouraged to work with your friends and
TAs (see tutorial information below) to fully understand the problem; this should then allow
you to complete your individual calculations. You will be given up to 5 chances to enter the
correct answer for each problem. This should give you sufficient opportunity to correct any
small calculation errors and will be a good inspiration for thorough checking. Once the
assignment is submitted, you cannot change your answers.
If you must miss an assignment for any legitimate reason, a petition and supporting documents
must be submitted to the First-Year Office.
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12. Tutorials
Tutorials start on Friday January 11th
Section
Day of the week
Time
Rooms
TUT 01
Thursday
2-4 pm
WB 130
TUT 02
Thursday
2-4 pm
GB 405
TUT 03
Friday
2-4 pm
HA 403
TUT 04
Tuesday
4-6 pm
GB 404
TUT 05
Thursday
4-6 pm
HA 403
TUT 06
Monday
9-11 am
GB 405
TUT 07
Friday
4-6 pm
SF 2202
TUT 08
Friday
9-11 am
GB 405
TUT 09
Friday
3-5 pm
GB 404
TUT 10
Thursday
10 am - noon
GB 405
At each tutorial, an old quiz or midterm or exam question will be distributed and students will
have some time to work on it alone. This is intended to give you lots of practice under
exam/test-like conditions. After this initial exercise, you will be free to continue working on
the problem with your classmates and the TAs will be there to help. If there is a clarification
needed for a large number of students, a TA will give a small presentation. Halfway into the
tutorial, all students should have a firm grasp of the exam question and its solution.
Thereafter, the tutorial will be a work session for your assignments. Although answers must be
submitted on-line, dynamics problems are best solved with a pencil and paper. You should
bring a copy of your assignment to the tutorial (or a copy of the problems you are having
difficulty with) where you will be free to work with your friends and get individual help from
the TAs. The print version of the assignments will be enabled on the MasteringEngineering
website. Finally, the tutorial will serve as a time to get help with posted weekly suggested
problems as well.
Please stick to your assigned tutorial section. You should get to know your TAs and desks
are limited in all sections. Your TAs will provide you with their email addresses during the
tutorials. These will also be posted on Quercus.
13. Petitions for term course work
Petitions for special consideration for term work (quiz, mid-term test, or weekly assignments)
must be submitted directly to the First-Year Office. Do not submit them to your TA or
instructor.
14. Office hours
Office hours for instructors will be announced during the first week of classes. You can also
e-mail TA’s or instructors for guidance, although face-to-face assistance is probably a better
way to give a pictorial view of a Dynamics problem.
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Student Registration Instructions
MyLab & Mastering with Quercus
Sign in to Quercus and enter your course (MIE100). Note that all lecture sections of MIE100 should
see the same information on Quercus, which will be posted under lecture section L0101.
Select “MyLab & Mastering” from the content menu on the left side.
Select “Open My Lab & Mastering”.
You might have to disable the pop-up blocks by selecting Always allow pop-ups and redirect from
https://q.utoronto.ca” on the right top corner of your screen.
If you already have a Pearson account, enter your username and password. If not, create a Pearson
account by clicking on Create”. Fill out all the required information to create the account and make
sure you use your UofT email address and your official UofT registration name.
Select an access option:
a) Enter the access code that came with your textbook or was purchased separately from the
bookstore.
b) Buy an access code using a credit card or PayPal account.
(note that both options are in British Pounds)
o Option 1: Access to online assignments and the electronic textbook (48.00 GBP)
o Option 2: Access to online assignments only (30.98 GBP)
c) If available, get temporary access for 14 days by selecting the link near the bottom of the page.
Enter your purchased access code. From the You’re Done page, select Go to My Courses.
Note: We recommend you always enter your MyLab & Mastering course through Quercus.
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