## Applied dynamics: with applications to multibody and mechatronic systemsApplied Dynamics provides a modern and thorough examination of dynamics with specific emphasis on physical examples and applications such as: robotic systems, magnetic bearings, aerospace dynamics, and microelectromagnetic machines. Also includes the development of the method of virtual velocities based on the principle of virtual power. |

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### Contents

Basic Principles of Dynamics | 36 |

Kinematics | 62 |

Principles of DAlembert Virtual Power and Lagranges Equations | 103 |

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Applied Dynamics: With Applications to Multibody and Mechatronic Systems Francis C. Moon Limited preview - 2008 |

Applied Dynamics: With Applications to Multibody and Mechatronic Systems Francis C. Moon Limited preview - 2008 |

Applied Dynamics: With Applications to Multibody and Mechatronic Systems Francis C. Moon No preview available - 2008 |

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acceleration actuator angle angular momentum angular velocity applied assume axes axis basis vectors calculate center of mass chaotic Chapter circuit circular orbit codes coil components constant constraint forces coordinates D'Alembert's principle damping define degrees of freedom derive the equation devices differential equations disc displacement dynamics electric electromagnetic energy function equations of motion Euler Euler angles Euler's equations example expression friction geometric given gravitational force gravity Henon map impact inertia Jacobian kinematic kinetic energy Lagrange's equations linear machines MATLAB matrix mechanical method multibody system natural frequency Newton-Euler Newton's law nonholonomic nonlinear notation obtain oscillator particle pendulum phase plane phase space planar plane position vector potential energy principle of virtual problem radius relation rigid body robot rolling satellite scalar shown in Figure Sin[ql[t solution solve spin takes the form tethered torque transformation variables vibration virtual power voltage zero