Chair of Applied Mechanics

Applied Mechanics III

Short description

The lecture TM III initially deals with elementary questions of elastostability using Euler's buckling bar as an example. This is followed by kinematics, i.e. the description of motion, individual mass points, systems of mass points and rigid bodies. The relationship between the movement and the external influences causing it is described by the kinetics. Thus, for example, the impact processes of two bodies can be investigated or the equations of motion of vibrating systems can be established.


  • Kinematics of the mass point
  • Kinetics of the mass point
  • Kinetics of the system of mass points
  • Kinematics of the rigid body
  • Kinetics of the rigid body
  • Elastostability
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