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INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI PERTAMA

ASSIGNMENT BRIEF

Programme

Name

FOUNDATION STUDIES IN ENGINEERING

Module Name Statics

Module Code MME 1083

Session/Semester 2014/2015-2

Module Leader

Name

Haris Wahyudi

Assessment Type /

Reference No.

Assignment 1/

MME1083-010215

Internal Verifier

Name

Mr. Prabu

Lead Officer

(Assessment

Committee)

Dr. Elango Natarajan

Student Name

Student

Identification

IC/Passport No.

Student’s

declaration

I hereby certify that this assignment is my own work and where materials

have been used from other resources, they have been properly acknowledged.

I also understand I will face the possibility of failing the module if the content

of this assignment are plagiarized.

Signed: ________________________ Date: _________________

Outcome(s) /

Assessment

Criteria covered

• LOC 1: Predict and analyze the fundamental principles of forces,

moments, couple and resultants

• LOC 2: Solve problems concerning two and three dimensional

loading by using equilibrium concepts.

Release Date 24/3/2014

Submission

Due Date

28/4/2014

Marks obtained

Date Received

Student’s work

assessed by /

date

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Module Leader’s Feedback

Module

Leader’s

comments /

feedback

Student’s

comments

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Coursework Policies

1. All coursework submitted must include

a. a copy of the full brief given by the Module Leader (with the signed coversheet)

b. all source material must be cited in the text and a full bibliography of source

material

(including author, title, publisher and date) listed at the end of the submission

c. a copy of the Originality Report from Turnitin.

2. All work must be submitted in the mode instructed by the Module Leader.

3. Work submitted under the student’s name must only be the work of that student. All

information sources must be acknowledged. Plagiarism is a serious offence and will

render offenders liable to disciplinary action as set out in the rules and regulation of the

institution.

4. All assignments will need to be submitted to Turnitin as it is a tool to check your work

for potential plagiarism or collusion offences.

5. Students MUST keep a copy of all submitted work for reference purposes prior to the

original being handed in and returned. This will provide proof that the work was

completed, in the event that the work goes astray.

6. Whenever a candidate submits work after approved deadline without an authorised

extension, a mark of zero (0%) will be awarded. Module Leader may comment on the

quality of the work for learning purposes.

7. Requests for extensions of submission deadlines must be made in writing prior to the

submission deadline to the Module Leader and must be supported by documentary

evidence.

FORM : 104/01-F05/INT/ITP

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Grading Criteria Used To Assess Work

Grade

Range of

marks

Grading Descriptors

A 80 – 100

• Exceptional high quality work

• Excellent command in the subject matter

• Showing excellent knowledge

• Tightly argued work

• Well formulated arguments based on the strong and authentic

evidences such as diagrams, tables, charts etc……..

• High level of innovativeness and creativity

• Originality of work and excellent critical thinking

• Excellent communication and presentation skills

A- 75 – 79

B+ 70 – 74

• Medium to high quality work

• A very good command in the subject matter

• Showing a very good knowledge

• Well argued work

• A very well presented evidences such as diagrams, tables,

charts etc……..

• Evidence of innovativeness

• Little originality of work and good critical thinking

• Good communication and presentation skills

B 65 – 69

B- 60 – 64

C+ 55 – 59

• Work of acceptable quality

• Knows the subject at acceptable level

• Showing a basic knowledge and understanding

• Acceptable form of presented evidences such as diagrams,

tables, charts etc……..

• Very little originality of work

• Adequate communication and presentation skills

C 50 – 54

C- 45 – 49

• Work of unacceptable level

• Lack of knowledge in the subject

• Lack of necessary knowledge and understanding

• Disorganised presentation of evidences such as diagrams,

tables, charts etc……..

• No originality of work and critical thinking

• Poor communication and presentation skills

D+ 40 – 44

D 30 – 39

F 0 – 29

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA AND GRADING SHEET

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

No. Breakdown of assessment criteria

Weight

(%)

Range of achievement

()

Marks

Awarded

(%)

Weighted

Marks

(b) x (d)

A B C D F

1

Topic 2. Force Systems: Force,

Resultant.

20

2 Topic 2. Force Systems: Moment 15

3

Topic 2. Force Systems: Force-

Couple

20

4 Topic 3: Equilibrium of Rigid Body 20

5 Topic 3: Equilibrium of Rigid Body 25

6

7

8

TOTAL 100%

Key to marking ranges:

A 75 – 100

B 60 – 74

C 50 – 59

D 30 – 49

F 0 – 29

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ASSIGNMENT BRIEF 1

1. Assignment Title: Statics

2. Learning Outcome(s) covered:

LOC 1: Predict and analyze the fundamental principles of forces, moments, couple and

resultants

LOC 2: Solve problems concerning two and three dimensional loading by using equilibrium

concepts.

3. Programme Learning Outcome(s) and Programme Objective(s) covered:

• PO 1: Acquire fundamental knowledge and understanding in Mathematics and

engineering science.

• PLO 1: Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of Mathematical principles,

engineering science, and drawing skill.

• PLO 3: State and explain electrical and mechanical engineering principles and apply

them to solve basic engineering problems.

• PLO 9: Apply critical thinking through independent thought to solve problems

creatively and effectively using basic principles.

4. Scenario/Introduction/Background Information:

A force has been defined as the action of one body to another. A force is a vector quantity

which means that it has both a magnitude (size) and a direction associated with it.

A very basic concept when dealing with forces is the idea of equilibrium or balance. A

system of particles is in static equilibrium when all the particles of the system are at rest and

the total force on each particle is zero. In general, an object can be acted on by several forces

at the same time. If the size and direction of the forces acting on an object are exactly

balanced, then there is no net force acting on the object and the object is said to be in

equilibrium. Because there is no net force acting on an object in equilibrium, then from

Newton's first law of motion, an object at rest will stay at rest, and an object in motion will

stay in motion. When all the forces that act upon an object are balanced, then the object is

said to be in a state of equilibrium.

The forces are considered to be balanced if the rightward forces are balanced by the leftward

forces and the upward forces are balanced by the downward forces. This however does not

necessarily mean that all the forces are equal to each other.

5. Tasks:

Answer and solve the tasks below individually. The capital letter XX and X denote the last

digits of your IC number.

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Task 1

It is desired to remove the spike from the timber by applying force along its horizontal axis.

An obstruction A prevents direct access, so that two forces, one 1.XX kN and the other P, are

applied by cables as shown. Compute the magnitude of P necessary to ensure a resultant T

directed along the spike. Obtain the resultant of T. (20 marks)

Figure Task 1 Figure Task 2

Task 2

Calculate the moment of the 9X-N force about point O for the condition θ=15

o

. Also,

determine the value of θ for which the moment about O is zero and a maximum.

(15 marks)

Task 3

The 1XX-N force is applied to the end of body OAB. If θ = 50

o

, determine the equivalent

force–couple system at the shaft axis O. (20 marks)

Figure Task 3 Figure Task 4

Task 4

Determine the reactions at A and E if P = 5XX N. What is the maximum value which P may

have for static equilibrium? Neglect the weight of the structure compared with the applied

loads. (20 marks)

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Task 5

Determine the compression in each of the three legs of the tripod subjected to the vertical 2-

kN force. The weight of the legs is negligible compared with the applied load. Solve by

using the force - equilibrium equation ΣF = 0. (25 marks)

Figure Task 5

6. Information Sources:

J.L. Meriam, L.G. Kraige,( 2002), Engineering Mechanics – Statics, Edisi Ke-lima, John

Wiley & Sons, Inc

R.C Hibbeler (1995), Engineering Mechanics – Statics, Prentice Hall

A. Pytel, J. Kiusalaas (1999), Engineering Mechanics – Statics, Edisi Ke-dua, Brooks/ Cole

Publishing Company

T J Lardner & R R Archer; (1994), Mechaics of Solids, McGraw Hill.

7. Instructions to Students:

• Submit your work before or on published deadline

• No late submission will be accepted.

• The report may be prepared in hand writing and use A4 paper.

• Plagiarism is an academic dishonesty. Submit your work in original. F grade will be

awarded for a plagiarized/copied work.

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Outcome – Assessment Mapping

No.

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Assessment

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3 Final Examination √ √ √ 1 1, 3, 9

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