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Lecture 1: Course information, Begin kinematics: frames of reference and frame notation

This video was recorded at MIT 2.003J / 1.053J Dynamics and Control I - Fall 2007. This class is an introduction to the... see more
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Lecture 3: Pulley problem, angular velocity, magic formula

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Lecture 4: Magic and super-magic formulae

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Lecture 5: Super-magic formula, degrees of freedom, non-standard coordinates, kinematic constraints

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Lecture 8: Single particle: angular momentum, example problem Two particles: dumbbell problem, torque

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Lecture 9: Dumbbell problem, multiple particle systems, rigid bodies, derivation of torque = I*alpha

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Introduction to the MIT 8.01 course

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Author: Walter H. G. Lewin
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Differentiable and Quasi-Differentiable Methods for Optimal Shape Design in Aerospace

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Testing Aerodynamics of Reentry Space Vehicles (EXPERT) with Simulation of Real-Flight Viscous Effects

This video was recorded at Thematic International Conference on Bio-, Nano- and Space Technologies, EU & Science Centers... see more
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Author: Anatoly Kharitonov
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Lecture 4: 3D Kinematics - Free Falling Reference Frames

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