# RATIONAL MECHANICS cod. 00692

2° year of course - First semester
Professor
Fisica matematica (MAT/07)
Field
Matematica, informatica e statistica
Type of training activity
Basic
42 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
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## Learning objectives

The Theoretical Mechanics course is an applied mathematics course, the link between the pure mathematics courses (Mathematical Analisys and Geometry) and of engineering contents (expecially Applied Mechanics). The main objective of the course is to rigorously provide the basis of Kinematics, Statics and Dynamics necessary to consciously and critically to learn the courses that characterize the Mechanics Engineering degree.

## Prerequisites

Mathematical Analysis, Geometry and Phisics I.

## Course unit content

Basic concepts of Kinematics, Statics and Dynamics of the mechanical systems.

## Full programme

Free vectors theory - geometry of the plane curves - kinematics of the element - kinematics of the rigid body - relative kinematics - rigid plane motiond - polar curves - statics and dynamics of the element - cardinal equations - applied vectors theory - statics and dynamics of the rigid body - statics and dynamics of the articulate systems.

## Bibliography

As well the duplicate lecture notes of the lecturer, the following texts are reccomended: P.G.Bordoni "Lezioni di meccanica razionale" - P.Biscari, T.Ruggeri, G.Saccomanni, M.Vianello "Meccanica razionale per l'ingegneria" - G.Frosali, E.Minguzzi "Meccanica Razionale per l'ingegneria" - P.Benvenuti, G.Maschio "Complementi ed esercizi di meccanica razionale".

## Teaching methods

The exam consists of lectures, of which a significant proportion (almost half) will be devoted to pratical work. This consists of mechanical examples and exercises that are designed to illustrate and apply the concepts presented in the thoretical part of the course. The same type of exercises are then proposed in the first written examination.

## Assessment methods and criteria

The exam consists of twoo written tests and one possible oral test. The first written test (of about three hours) contains one or more exercises. The second written test (of about one hour) is a theoretical one. Before the second written test the student must communicate if he would take also the oral test. The oral test can be requested by the professor in case the first written test is unsatisfactory. The mark "cum laude" can get only with the oral test.

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