- Engineering mechanics and engineering design
- Thermal engineering
- Fluid mechanics
- Fluid machinery
- Hydraulics for Civil Engineering
- Process engineering
- 2E Energy
- 2E Environment
|Engineering Mechanics-Design||Mechatronics||Thermal engineering||Refrigeration||Fluid mechanics||HVAC|
|Hydraulics for Civil Engineering||Fluid machinery||Process engineering||2E Energy||2E Environment|
|Engineering drawing||Cutaway models||Dimensional metrology|
|Machinery diagnosis||Maintenance||Assembly projects|
|Fasteners and machine parts||Manufacturing engineering||Automation and process control engineering|
|Fundamentals of thermodynamics||Heat exchangers|
|Thermal fluid energy machines||Internal combustion engines|
|Mechanical process engineering||Thermal process engineering|
|Chemical process engineering||Biological process engineering||Water treatment|
Dynamics comprises kinetics and kinematics. In practice, the difference between kinematics and kinetics is the way of looking at the same machine or component. Kinematic questions only consider the geometry of the motion. Kinetics also takes into account the cause of the motion.
The aim of dynamics is to calculate the stress and strain on components or systems in order to be able to design them.
Various movements are displayed graphically and studied using kinematic models.
|Kinematic model: crank mechanism||Kinematic model: four-joint link||Kinematic model: Hooke’s coupling|
|Conversion of rotary motion into oscillating motion||Conversion of a uniform rotary motion into a pure harmonic reciprocating motion||Conversion of rotary motion into oscillating motion|
|Kinematic model: gear drive||Kinematic model: crank slider||Kinematic model: Whitworth quick return mechanism|
|Investigation of transmission ratios on spur gear units||Conversion of a uniform rotary motion into a pure harmonic reciprocating motion||Uneven reciprocating motion with slow feed and quick return|
|Kinematic model: Ackermann steering mechanism|
|Determining the lead angle of a steering trapezoid|
Kinetics studies movements under the influence of forces. The cause of the movement is included in the consideration.
|Rotational inertia||Kinetic model: flywheel||Dynamic behaviour of multistage planetary gears|
|Moments of inertia of different mass arrangements and bodies||Experimental determination of the moment of mass inertia of a flywheel||Investigation of rotational dynamics of a two-stage epicyclic gear with three planetary gears each|
|Rolling disk on inclined plane||Dynamic behaviour of multistage spur gears|
|Determining moment of inertia on rotating masses by rolling down an inclined plane and by performing a pendulum test||Investigation of the dynamics of rotation of one-, two- and three-stage spur gear units|
Experimental units for the investigation of the laws of rotating masses.
|Centrifugal force||Coriolis force||Gyroscope|
|Laws on the behaviour of centrifugal forces on rotating masses||Demonstration of the coriolis force in rotating reference systems||Experimental verification of the laws of gyroscopes|
|Characteristic curves of different centrifugal force governors|
Vibration is the process occurring when a physical quantity periodically changes depending on time. This is associated with a conversion of energy from one form to another. In the case of mechanical vibrations, periodic potential energy is converted into kinetic energy and the reverse.
|Compound Pendulum Apparatus||Bifilar/trifilar suspension of pendulums||Torsional vibrations|
|Comparison of physical and mathematical pendulum||Moments of inertia of different bodies in a rotary pendulum experiment||Determination of the oscillation period depending on torsion wire length, diameter and rotating mass|
|Coil spring vibrations||Vibration trainer||Free and damped torsional vibrations|
|Investigation of vibrations on a spiral spring rotating mass system||Experiments on damping, resonance, two-weight system and vibration absorption||Influence of rotating mass, torsional rigidity and damping factor on the behaviour of a rotary oscillator|
|System for data acquisition||Free vibrations in a bending beam|
|Acquisition and analysis program for measured vibration data||Investigation of the free vibration of a bar and using the Rayleigh method to evaluate the natural frequency of a bar SE 112 Mounting Frame required|