Kinetics, Mechanical Engineering

Kinetics:

Define Kinetics. What is plane motion?

Sol: Kinetics is that branch of mechanics, which deals with force system that produces acceleration and resulting motion of the bodies.

PLANE MOTION: Motion of the rigid body, in which all the particles of body remain at the constant distance from the fixed reference plane, is called as plane motion.

 

 

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