Mechanics of machines - a.y. 2016/2017


CFU: 12

Period (Year/Semester): III/I

Languade: Italian

Required/expected prior knowledge: Mathematical analysis II, Physical mathematics, Industrial design

Giovanni Adiletta - Class A-L
Michele Russo - Class M-Z 

Course objectives:
The aim of the course is to provide the basic knowledge about the mechanics of mechanisms and machines with reference to both: the kinematic aspects related to  motion transmission, and to the dynamic phenomena resulting from the operation of machines and groups  of machines.

Tables of contents:
CINEMATICS: Cinematic pairs, kinematic chains, mechanisms, articulated systems. Four-bar linkages. Reciprocating mechanisms. Cam mechanisms: Generalities - Synthesis and kinematic analysis.
DYNAMICS: Equivalent rigid systems, machine torque and power, regime operation conditions, the use of the kinetic energy theorem, mechanical characteristic curves of a machine, Dynamics of a rigid rotor.
BALANCING OF ROTATING ORGANS: static imbalance and dynamic imbalance, correction planes, balancing machine.
MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS: free and forced vibrations for a one degree of freedom system, the undamped and dumped cases; Free and forced undamped vibrations for a two degree of freedom system. Vibrations isolation.
CRITICAL SPEED: Flexural and torsional critical speeds.
POWER TRANSMISSION: Joints, Gears, Rotisms, Transmission Belts.

Education method:
Lessons, numerical exercises, laboratory.

Textbooks and learning aids:
Lessons are available at the teacher's website.
Recommended books:
CALLEGARI, FANGHELLA, PELLICANO. Meccanica Applicata alle Macchine. CittàStudiEdizioni, 2013, ISBN 9788825173819;
DELLA PIETRA. Lezioni di Meccanica delle Macchine, EdiSES, 2 voll.

Assessment will be oral.

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