PHY 3110: Mechanical Modeling and Analysis (2022-2023)

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This course will introduce students to tools, techniques and strategies for analyzing complex mechanical phenomena. Students will use sensors and video to collect force and motion data from real systems. Theory, mathematical and computational methods will be used to develop semi-empirical models for physical systems. Topics covered may include: velocity dependent forces, oscillations, vector force fields, orbital mechanics, non-inertial reference frames, and Lagrangian mechanics.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Winter 21235 3 Matt Lautenschlager
M,W,F
Final: F
3:00PM-3:50 PM
3:00PM-5:00 PM
01/04-03/10
03/17-03/17
Otto Miller Hall 136
Otto Miller Hall 136
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Attributes: Upper-Division
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term

Prerequisites:
MAT 3237: D or better
AND PHY 1123: D or better