CE-001 Statics Summer 2013

2012-13: Class Times: Location: Prerequisites: Description:

CE-001 Statics T W Th 1:00 – 4:45 AM 361 Votey Bldg. Sophomore standing in engineering

3 credits

Fundamentals of statics; composition and resolution of forces; the analysis of force systems in two and three dimensions; and centroids and moments of inertia. Vector Mechanics for Engineers 7th Edition. F. Beer, R. Johnston, E. Eisenberg



Dr. Eric M. Hernandez Office: 217 Votey Hall E-mail: eric.hernandez@uvm.edu Office hours: M 1:00 PM – 4:45 PM or upon request in special cases.

1. Understand vectorial and graphical theory of forces 2. Application of principles of statics to the analysis of engineering structures such as trusses, beams and frames in two and three dimensions 3. Compute centroids of lines, areas and volumes 4. Compute moment of inertia of lines, areas and volumes

Topics: • • • • • • Introductory discussion: Newton Laws of Motion Theory of forces Equilibrium of particles Equilibrium of rigid solids Distributed forces, centroids and center of gravity Analysis of structures i. Cables ii. Trusses iii. Beams iv. Frames Moment of inertia Friction

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Computer Usage: MATLAB


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