Principles of statics: forces sets and their reduction, the balance of power equations in 2D and 3D.
Point kinematics: straight line motion, velocity and acceleration; curvilinear motion, velocity, acceleration normal and tangential; motion on circle; horizontal and sloping motion.
Body kinematics: translated motion, rotational motion, plane motion, velocity and acceleration; complex motion, Coriolis acceleration.
Point and body dynamics: dynamics rules, Newton lows, scud, scud maintenance, momentum of the scud, momentum of the scud maintenance, work, power, kinetics and potential energy, energetic rules, differential equations of the motion.
One dimensional strenth and press, Hooke law, analysis of the tension and strain state.
Tension and strain state in 2D and 3D.
Twisting: the graphs of the twisting moments and twisting angle.
Simple bending: the graphs of the bending moments and shearing forces.
Compound strength, strength hypothesis.
Continuum body static and dynamics: rods, beams, plates, shells; boundary conditions, exact and approximate solutions, modes, dumping and excited vibrations.
Examples to the lecture
Objectives of the course
Modelling of the mechanical sets static and dynamics, analysis strength problems of the mechanical sets