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CvSU Vision Republic of the Philippines CvSU Mission


The premier university in CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY Cavite State University shall provide
excellent, equitable and relevant educational
historic Cavite recognized for
Carmona Campus opportunities in the arts, science and
excellence in the development
Market Road, Carmona, Cavite technology through quality instruction and
of globally competitive and
 (046) 430-3509/cvsu.carmonacampus@gmail.com relevant research and development activities.
morally upright individuals.
www.cvsu.edu.ph It shall produce professional, skilled and
morally upright individuals for global
competitiveness.

Department of Industrial and Information Technology


Students are expected to live by and stand for the following University tenets:

TRUTH is demonstrated by the student’s objectivity and honesty during examinations, class activities and in the development of projects.

EXCELLENCE is exhibited by the students’ self-confidence, punctuality, diligence and commitment in the assigned tasks, class performance
Core Values
and other course requirements.

SERVICE is manifested by the students’ respect, rapport, fairness and cooperation in dealing with their peers and members of the community.
In addition, they should exhibit love and respect for nature and support for the cause of humanity.

The College shall endeavor to achieve the following goals:

1. Develop a highly competent human resource by ensuring an enriching environment to promote professional growth, career
advancement for faculty, staff and students.
Goals of 2. Provide quality instruction and development-oriented researches in cooperation with various institutions for the benefit of the
the College/ community.
Campus 3. Respond effectively to the needs, demands and requirements of the community to demonstrate the University’s mission of relevance
and leadership.
4. Institutionalize quality assurance policies to keep abreast with national and international standards of excellence to realize
competitiveness in the campus’ products and services.

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The Department of Industrial and Information Technology at Cavite State University – Carmona aims to become a nationally recognized
Objectives academic organization both in teaching, and research. DIIT is committed to providing computing, telecommunications, networking
of the infrastructure, and audio visual support to academic, and administrative programs, and services. The department implements cost effective
Department solutions that enhance the university’s ability to provide a quality education, and to support administrators, and faculty the means to operate
efficiently.

Program Educational Objectives (based on the program CMO)

1. Undertake research, and development;


2. Conduct systems analysis, perform system design, and development, and implement project management;
3. Provide appropriate technical support;
4. Be employed as a practicing engineer in different fields such as design, research, development, testing, manufacturing, operations, and service
systems;
5. Undertake positions of leadership and charge within an organization; and
6. Progress through advanced degree in engineering, business, and other professionally related fields .

COURSE SYLLABUS
First Semester, AY 2018-2019
Course Course Credit
CENG 23 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies Type Lecture 2 hours/week 2 units
Code Title Units
Course
This course deals with dynamics which is concerned with bodies that have accelerated motion.
Description
Pre-
CENG 22 Course Schedule Lecture: Thursday 12:30pm - 01:30pm Room 210____
requisites
Student Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives
Program Educational Objectives (based on the
Program/Student Outcomes (based on the program CMO)
program CMO)
The graduates of BSCpE must have the ability to: 1 2 3 4 5 6
analyze complex problem as well as identify and define the computing requirements X X
a.
needed to design an appropriate solution;
b. Apply computing and other knowledge domains to address real-world problems; X X
c. Design and develop computing solutions using a system-level perspective; and X X X
d. Utilize modern computing tools. X
Course Outcomes and Relationship to Student Outcomes
Program Outcomes Addressed by the Course Program Outcomes Code
After completing this course, the students must be able to: a b c d

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1. solve dynamic problems involving linear and angular momentum; X
2. determine forces imposed upon a dynamic rigid body; X X
3. determine trajectories of projectiles; X X
4. solve dynamic problems involving friction; and X
5. determine translational and rotational planar movements for rigid bodies. X
*Level : I-Introductory E- Enabling D-Demonstrative
COURSE COVERAGE
No. of Outcomes-based
Intended Learning Teaching and Learning Resources
Hours Topic Assessment
Outcomes (ILO) Activities (TLA) Needed
Lec Lab (OBA)
After the completion of the I. Orientation Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
chapter, students should 1. University Vision and discussion projector
be able to: Mission Result of quiz
1. discuss the University 2. University Quality Policy Presentation of Student Handbook
Vision, Mission and Quality 3. Students’ Code of University Vision, Mission
Policy; Conduct and Quality Policy Reference book
2. be familiarized with the 4. Solid Waste Management and journals
1 students’ Code of Conduct; 5. Gender and Development Discussion of Solid
Solid Waste Management; 6. Calamity Emergency Waste Management,
Gender Sensitivity; Plans Emergency Plans
Calamity Emergency Plans; 7. Significance of the Course
and 8. Grading System Discussion of the
3. discuss the Significance of Significance of the
the Course. Course

After the completion of the II. Introduction to Dynamics of Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
chapter, students should Rigid Bodies discussion projector
be able to: 1. Particle Kinematics Result of quiz
1. explain concept of 1.1. Rectilinear Motion Class participation Reference book
fundamentals of dynamics; 1.2. Erratic Motion and journals
5 2. understand particles of Group dynamics
kinematics; and
3. analyze the different Interactive learning
motions of particles.

After the completion of the III. Curvilinear Motion Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
6
chapter, students should 1. Rectangular Coordinates discussion projector

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be able to: 2. Motion of a Projectile Result of quiz
1. classify the different types 3. Cylindrical Coordinates Class participation
of curvilinear motion; 4. Dependent Motion Reference book 1st Long
2. analyze dependent motion 5. Relative Motion Group dynamics and journals Examination
of two particles; and
3. examine the principles of Interactive learning
relative motion.

After the completion of the IV. Newton’s Law of Motion Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
chapter, students should 1. Equations Of Motion discussion projector
be able to: 1.1 Rectangular Result of quiz
1. state Newton’s Law of Coordinate Class participation Reference book
Motion; 1.2 Normal/Tangential and journals
2. analyze the accelerated Coordinates Group dynamics
6 motion of a particle using 1.3 Cylindrical
the equation of motion; and Coordinates Interactive learning
3. investigate central-force
motion.

Midterm Examination
After the completion of the V. Particle Kinetics Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
chapter, students should 1. Work and Energy discussion projector
be able to: 1.1 Conservation of Result of quiz
1. to develop the principle of Energy Class participation Reference book
work and energy and apply 2. Impulse and Momentum and journals
it to solve problems that 3. Impact Group dynamics
involve force, velocity, and 4. Angular Momentum
6
displacement; Interactive learning
2. to introduce the concept of
angular impulse and
momentum; and
3. to analyze the mechanics of
impact.

After the completion of the VI. Rigid Body Kinematics Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
6 chapter, students should 1. Translation and discussion projector
be able to: Rotation Result of quiz

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1. classify the various types of 2. Relative Velocity Class participation
rigid-body motion; 3. Instant Centers Reference book Result of 2nd Long
2. discuss the relative motion 4. Relative Acceleration Group dynamics and journals Examination
analysis of velocity and
acceleration; Interactive learning
3. find the instantaneous
center of zero velocity and
determine the velocity of a
point on a body; and
4. provide a relative-motion
analysis of velocity and
acceleration.
After the completion of the VII. Rigid Body Kinetics Interactive class Laptop and Result of recitation
chapter, students should 1. Mass Momnet of Inertia discussion projector
be able to: 2. Planar Equations of Result of quiz
1. classify the methods used Motion Class participation Reference book
to determine the mass 3. Translation and journals
moment of inertia of a 4. Rotation about Fixed Group dynamics
body; Axis
6 2. determine the planar kinetic 5. General Plane Motion Interactive learning
equations of motion for a
symmetric rigid body; and
3. discuss applications of
these equations to bodies
undergoing translation,
rotation about a fixed axis,
and general plane motion
Final Examination
Total: 36 Hrs
COURSE REQUIREMENTS

1. Attendance
2. Recitation
3. Seatwork/Assignments/Activities
4. Quizzes
5. 2 Long Examinations
6. Mid-Term Examination
7. Final Examination

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*All exams must follow a Table of Specifications (TOS) and Rubrics for evaluation of student’ performance or projects.

GRADING SYSTEM

STANDARD TRANSMUTATION TABLE FOR ALL COURSES


GRADING SYSTEM: 96.7 – 100 1.00
93.4 – 96.6 1.25
10% Attendance 90.1 - 93.30 1.50
10% Recitation 86.7 – 90.0 1.75
20% Quizzes 83.4 – 86.6 2.00
20% Seatwork/ Assignment/Activities 80.1 – 83.3 2.25
40% Comprehensive Exam 76.7 – 80.0 2.50
100% 73.4 – 76.6 2.75
70.00 – 73.3 3.00
Comprehensive Exam: 50.0-69.9 4.00
Below 50 5.00
20% 1st Long Examination INC Passed the course but lack some requirements.
30% Mid-Term Examination Dropped If unexcused absence is at least 20% of the Total Class Hours.
20% 2nd Long Examination
40 % Final Examination Total Class Hours/Semester:
100% Lecture: 3 unit Lec – 54 hrs; 2 unit Lec – 36 hrs)
Laboratory 1-unit Lab – 54 hrs; 2 units Lab – 108 hrs; 3 units Lab – 162 hrs

CLASS POLICIES
A. Attendance
Students are not allowed to have 20% or more unexcused absences of the total class hours; otherwise, they will be graded as “DROPPED”.

B. Classroom Decorum
Students are required to:
1. wear identification cards and the prescribed uniform at all times;
2. turn off or put in silent mode cellular phones during class hours;
3. clean the classroom before and after classes;
4. avoid unnecessary noise that might disturb other classes;
5. practice good manners and right conduct at all times;
6. practice gender sensitivity and awareness inside the classroom; and
7. come to class on time.

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C. Examination/ Evaluation
1. Quizzes may be announced or unannounced.
2. Mid-term and Final Examinations are scheduled.
3. Cheating is strictly prohibited. A student who is caught cheating will be given a score of ”0” for the first offense. For the second offense, the student
will be automatically given a failing grade in the subject.
4. Students who will miss a mid-term or final examination, a laboratory exercise or a class project may be excused and allowed to take a special
exam, conduct a laboratory exercise or pass a class project for any of the following reasons:
a. participation in a University/College-approved field trip or activity;
b. due to illness or death in the family; and
c. due to force majeure or natural calamities.

REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTARY READINGS


References:

Hibeller R.C. (2010) Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (12th ed) New Jersey:Pearson Prentice Hall
Ruina, A., & Pratap, R. (2010). Introduction to Statistics and Dynamics. Oxford University Press
Ginsberg, J. (2008). Engineering Dynamics. Cambridge University Press
Housner, G. W., & Hudson, D. E. (2000) Applied Mechanics Dynamics (2nd ed). California Institute of Technology

REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Date of Revision Date of Implementation Highlights of Revision
Number
1 8/6/2017 8/10/2017 OBE Format
2 8/6/2018 8/14/2018 QA Format

Prepared by: Evaluated by: Approved:

GERLYN L. PRADO REGENE G. HERNANDEZ CRISTINA M. SIGNO


Instructor Department Chairperson Campus Dean
CP # 09465220902 Department of Industrial and Information Campus: Carmona
E-mail Address: gerprado0718@gmail.com Technology Date Approved:
Consultation Schedule: E-mail Address: regenehernandez@yahoo.com
Date Prepared: Date Evaluated:

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