#### Faculty of Technical Sciences

Subject: Mechanics (12 - BMI96)

Basic Information

 Category Academic-general educative Scientific or art field: Mechanics Interdisciplinary No ECTS 7
Native organizations units

 Chair of Technical Mechanics
Course specification

Course is active from 05.11.2012..

Professor’s intention is to teach the student the following through this course: - to learn the basic concepts and definitions in mechanics as science about forces, that is, movement and body deformation under the influence of forces, - to understand the need of those concepts in the context of studying how to set the problem and how to solve the problem, - to develop the ability to recognize mechanics problems in the sense of identification, model formulation and possible solution, - to know basic principles of engineering thinking and decision making.
After the course, students should be able to: - Recognize diverse movements of real systems, effects of diverse actions (force and force connections), analyze friction and energy balance - Apply the acquired knowledge in the movement analysis on concrete mechanical systems, i.e. identify, formulate (idealize the practical problems by applying adequate mathematical model) and solve problems in the field that implies the content that follows - Communicate with other engineers and work in a team - Relate and apply the acquired knowledge in engineering disciplines that include mechanics as their tool - Practice individually, work hard and think creatively - Demonstrate understanding and skills, and use the learn knowledge for designing new solutions for engineering problems.
Studying objects and their basic movement. Force, momentum for the point (and axis) coupling forces. Force systems and coupling forces. Fundamental questions of mechanics: how, why, how many, when? Basic attributes of point movement. Global and local properties of the rigid body motion. Matrix method of assigning movement. Euler’s theorem. The complex movement of the point. Theorem Koriolis. Axioms of dynamics. Momentum, angular momentum for the selected point, the kinetic energy of the material point and theorems on their changes. Basic theorems of the system dynamics. Equivalent systems of forces. Newton-Euler equations. Canning Theory. General case of the rigid body motion. Linear complementary problems. Poisson’s Theorem. Invariants of the force system. Balance conditions of one and more bodies. External and internal forces. Solid body. Stress. Analysis of deformation. Compatibility conditions. Constitutive equations.
The deductive method is used in the lectures. A part of the examples is done in the lectures, and the rest is done in practice but also independently at home as a homework assignment by use of computer. Apart from regular consultations, there are also pre-examination consultations. Examples always start with the simplest problems and end with specific engineering applications. For example, engine crankshaft, ball bearing, universal (Cardan) joint , disk on the rough plane; free, forced and damped oscillations with one and two degrees of freedom, the dynamic damper, the dynamic balancing of rotors and the like. In the examples, different models of friction, elements of the impact theory, Painleve paradox as well as the load of carrier lines are studied.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
AP MarkeevTeorijska mehanika1999Nauka MoskvaRussian language
YC FungA first course in continuum mechanics1994Prentice Hall Serbian language
H Josephs and RL Houston Dynamics of mechanical systems2002CRC Press Boca RatonSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
HomeworkYesYes5.00
HomeworkYesYes5.00
HomeworkYesYes5.00
HomeworkYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Practical part of the exam - tasksNoYes40.00
Name and surnameForm of classes

Lectures

Lectures

#### Ožvat SanjaAsistent sa doktoratom

Practical classes

#### Okuka AleksandarAssistant - Master

Practical classes