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    UNIVERSITY OF BALAMAND Faculty of: Engineering Department: Mechanical Engineering SYLLABUS   SECTION I: Course Information and Learning Outcomes Course Name (Title): Mechanics of Machines Course Code: MECH 315 Nb. of Credits: 3 Section: Pre-Requisites: MATH203, MECH221 & 241 Instructors Name/Title: Elie Honein/Professor Office: Murr 112 Tel/Ext: 3133 Email: Elie.honein@balamand.edu.lb Office Hours: Open Door Policy Coordinator Name: Elie Honein Day of week Course time Bldg/Room MW 15:30-17:00 Tamari-107 Academic 2014 - 2015 Semester: Fall Course Description: Degrees of freedom of mechanisms. Kinematic analysis of linkages. Cam synthesis, kinematic requirements, and graphical and analytical design. Gear and gear trains. Introduction to synthesis of mechanisms.   Course Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student should be able to:    Visualize the configuration and analyze and calculate, analytically, graphically, or numerically the position, velocity and acceleration of planar mechanisms    Perform graphical and analytical design of various cams to fulfill certain requirements    Understand the basics of gearing, and to analyze simple and planetary gears trains    Synthesize some mechanisms Required Textbook: Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machinery, 4 t  edition, by H. Mabie and C. Reinholtz. Reference : Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, 3 rd  edition, by Uicker, Pennock and Shigley, Oxford University Press  SECTION II: SECTION II: Course Content and Timetable Week Chapters/Topics/Coverage Sect Assign 1 Mechanisms, connection, links, mobility, inversion 1.1-1.7, 1.9, 1.1, 1.4, 1.7, 1.11 2 Position analysis, Grashoff’s law Newton -Raphson. 2.1, 2.2 2.1-2.3 3 Position, velocity and acceleration analysis 2.3- Own notes 2.12, 2.19, 2.20, 2.30-2.34 4 Case study of the above Own notes 5 Cams 3.1-3.7 3.17, 3.21-3.23 6 Cams 3.8-3.10, 3.36 7 Cams 3.12 8 Gears 4.1-4.5 4.9-4.13 9 Gears 4.6-4.8 4.14-4.20 10 Gears 4.27-4.35 11 Gear trains 7.1-7.2 12 Gear trains 7.2-7.4 7.5, 7.8,-7.11 13 Gear trains/Differential 7.12, 7.13, 7.22 14 Introduction to synthesis 11.1-11.4 11.4 15 Review Teaching Strategy and Guidelines ã   Homework problems are assigned and we expect you to do them before the next class.  ã   We encourage you to work in groups on homework assignment.  ã   We expect you to work an average of six hours per week study time outside the class.  ã   Attend classes, study the notes, read the associated textbook sections and work on all assignments.   Student Work Evaluation Exam % of total Note Date Two tests 25% , 35% 0.25xLG+0.35xHG TBA Final 40% TBA Important notes on exams:    In case a student misses an exam, the instructor needs to be informed, by e-mail, within 24 hours. Also, a valid documented excuse needs to be presented within 48 hours as per University Guidelines    In case of student absence when exams are returned, the instructor will keep the exam for 2 weeks      SECTION III : Pol icies and Students’ Responsibilities   Academic rules and regulations are to be followed according to the policies and guidelines of the University, as laid out in the catalogue (particularly the sections on Attendance and Academic Behavior). 1. Students are expected to attend all classes and laboratory sessions. 2. Absence, whether excused or not, from any class or laboratory session does not excuse students from their responsibility for the work done or for any announcements made during their absence. 3. A student who is near missing one-sixth of the course sessions will be receiving a written warning from the instructor. Once the number of missed sessions reaches one-sixth of the course sessions, the instructor notifies the student in writing and copies the registrar that it is the student’s responsibility to officially withdraw from the course before the end of the drop period, otherwise he will earn a WF as a final grade for the course. If the number of missed sessions accumulates to more than one-sixth after the drop deadline, the student will receive as well a grade of WF. A WF grade is counted as a numerical grade of 40 for the course in computing the student’s averages. It is expected from the students to carry themselves with the utmost ethical and professional manner during lectures, and among each other. The University of Balamand is committed to a policy of honesty in academic affairs. Examples of conduct for which students may be subject to academic and/or disciplinary  penalties including expulsion are: 1. Cheating, whereby non-permissible written, visual, or oral assistance, including that obtained from another student, is utilized on examinations, course assignments, or projects. The unauthorized possession or use of examination or course-related material may also constitute cheating. 2. Plagiarism, whereby another person’s work is deliberately used or appropriated without any indication of the source, thereby attempting to convey the impression that such work is the student’s own.   Note: A student who has assisted another student in any of the aforementioned breaches of standards shall be considered equally culpable. In case of cheating or plagiarism, the instructor may take appropriate academic action ranging from loss of credit for a specific assignment, examination, or project to removal from the course with grade of 40. Additionally, the instructor may request disciplinary action through the Disciplinary Committee as outlined in the Student Life section.  
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