Role on Project: Subject Matter Expert
Department: Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MIE)
Institution: University of Toronto

Prof Pierre Sullivan obtained his BSME (1988) and MSME (1991) from Clarkson University and his PhD (1995)from Queen’s University at Kingston. His research interests span turbulence, flow phenomena, energy conservation focused on hot water distribution and high-temperature pressure sensing. He is the author of over 200 papers and part of a recent drop-sizing start-up. Since 2017, he has been an Associate Editor for the ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering.

He was awarded a Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineering Fellowship in 2012 and an American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Associate Fellowship in 2019. His lab site is the Turbulence Research Lab.

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This tutorial illustrates the concept of conservation of angular momentum, with examples involving collisions. You can also watch Tutorial Week 11 on MyMedia.

An interesting problem in particle kinematics - what happens when motion of one particle is dependent on another. You can also watch Absolute Dependent Motion on MyMedia.

Absolute Dependent Motion (Atwood Machine) | Link MIE100 Dynamics YouTube Video Playlist (Complete)

Looking at absolute dependent motion. You can also watch Absolute Dependent Motion (Atwood Machine) on MyMedia.

Absolute Dependent Motion - Applied to Particle Kinetics | Link MIE100 Dynamics YouTube Video Playlist (Complete)

Examples looking at absolute dependent motion. You can also watch Absolute Dependent Motion - Applied to Particle Kinetics on MyMedia.

Absolute Dependent Motion - Vibration | Link MIE100 Dynamics YouTube Video Playlist (Complete)

Example looking at complex absolute motion. The goal here is to explain the components of the standard equation we have discussed in class. You can also watch Absolute Dependent Motion - Vibration on MyMedia.

Define central force motion. You can also watch Central Force Motion on MyMedia.

Central Force Motion - Momentum | Link MIE100 Dynamics YouTube Video Playlist (Complete)

Using central force motion and momentum. You can also watch Central Force Motion - Momentum on MyMedia.

Examples in curvilinear kinetics. You can also watch Curvilinear Kinetics on MyMedia.

Curvilinear Motion - Cylindrical Coordinates | Link MIE100 Dynamics YouTube Video Playlist (Complete)

What happens when you have motion along a curved path? You can also watch Curvilinear Motion - Cylindrical Coordinates on MyMedia.

Curvilinear motion Rectilinear Coordinates | Link MIE100 Dynamics YouTube Video Playlist (Complete)

Start looking at how to describe curvilinear motion in 2D using rectangular coordinates. You can also watch Curvilinear motion Rectilinear Coordinates on MyMedia.

Look at projectile motion analysis using computer algebra (Useful for units!) You can also watch Falling Projectile SMath and Mathcad on MyMedia.

Discussion on MIE100 Final Exam 2020. You can also watch Final Exam 2020 on MyMedia.