10 Credits SPRING

Pre-requisites: MAS112, MAS211, PHY120, PHY165

MAS112, MAS222

Aims/Description: This module extends the Newtonian mechanics studied in MAS112. The main topics treated are (i) extensions of the work-energy principle and conservation of energy, (ii) a full treatment of planetary and satellite motion, (iii) the elements of rigid body motion, and (iv) inviscid (frictionless) fluid motions. The course is a prerequisite for students wishing to pursue higher level modules in fluid mechanics.

Restrictions on availability: permission needed if don't have prerequisites.

Staff Contact: WILLIS ASHLEY P
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam, Course work

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