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Mechanical Principles (L3)

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Mechanical Principles and Applications

Aim and purpose

 

This unit provides learners the chance to increase their data of mechanical principles and to use them when resolution engineering issues.

 

Unit Introduction

 

The use and application of mechanical systems is an important a part of trendy life. The design, manufacture and maintenance of those systems area unit the priority of engineers and technicians United Nations agency should be able to apply a mix of sensible and theoretical data to confirm that systems work safely and expeditiously.

 

Science underpins all aspects of engineering associate degreed a sound understanding of its principles is important for anyone seeking to become an engineer.

 

The selection and use of engineering materials builds on the principles set down by the scientists man of scienceand Young. The laws of motion, advocate by Sir Sir Isaac Newton, underpin the look of dynamic engineering systems starting from domestic appliances through motorcars to satellite. Similarly, the look of internal combustion engines and gas turbines is predicated on the principles and laws that were advocate by Boyle, Charles and Joule.

 

This unit aims to make upon the data gained at GCSE and BTEC initial certification level. Learning outcome onecan introduce learners to the behaviour of loaded engineering materials and therefore the analysis of a range of static engineering systems which will embody the appliance of Hooke’s Law and Young’s modulus. Learning outcome two can extend learners’ data of dynamic systems through the appliance of Newtonian mechanics. it’ll additionally think about the storage and transfer of energy that’s usually concerned in the operation of mechanical systems. Learning outcomes three and four request to put the muse for future add applied physics and mechanics. specifically, they’ll cope with the consequences of warmth transfer, the expansion and compression of gases and therefore the characteristic behaviour of liquids at rest and in motion.

 

This unit provides a basis for additional add the areas of mechanical principles, engineering physics, mechanicsand alternative connected applications of branch of knowledge.

 

Learning outcomes

 

On completion of this unit a learner should:
Be able to verify the consequences of loading in static engineering systems
Be able to verify work, power and energy transfer in dynamic engineering systems
Be able to verify the parameters of fluid systems
Be able to verify the consequences of energy transfer in physics systems.

Additional Information
Assessment

Assignments

Credits

10

Level

3

Duration

2 Months