Course Survey (MCT-211 Engineering Dynamics Section A)

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Understand and apply basic concepts of kinematics of particles associated with rectilinear, plane curvilinear and constrained motion.
Understand and apply basic concepts of kinetics of particles including force, Newton's second law of motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum.
Analyze problems and formulate solutions related to plane kinematics and plane kinetics of rigid bodies.