Applied Statics

Course: CON221First Term: 2018 Fall
Final Term:
Current
Final Term:
2022 Summer |
Lecture 3.0 Credit(s) 3.0 Period(s) 3.0 Load
Credit(s) Period(s)
Load
OccupationalLoad Formula: S - Standard Load |

MCCCD Official Course Competencies | |||
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1. Apply basic geometry and trigonometry. (I)
2. Apply the basic principles of statics in vectors and forces. (II) 3. Compute the methods of vector addition, vector subtraction, and the dot and cross products in the solution of problems of equilibrium. (III, IV, VI) 4. Compute the reaction forces in two and three dimensional equilibrium. (IV, V) 5. Apply moment and moment direction around a point. (IV, V, VI) 6. Compute the impacts of forces, loads and supports to particles, rigid bodies, beams and other structural members. (V) 7. Analyze trusses, their impacting forces and their joints and sections methods. (VII, VIII) 8. Compute the impact of loads on beams and calculation of reactions. (IX) 9. Calculate centroids of geometrical and composite figures in two and three dimensional space. (X) 10. Calculate area and mass moments of inertia in two and three dimensional space. (XI) | |||

MCCCD Official Course Outline | |||

I. Basics of geometry and trigonometry
A. Areas B. Fundamentals of triangles II. Introduction to Statics and its basic principles A. Systems of measurement B. Dimensional analysis C. Newton`s four laws III. Force systems A. Vector and scalar quantities B. Vector addition and subtraction C. Vector resolution and components IV. Particle equilibrium A. Conditions of particle equilibrium B. Equilibrium in two dimensions V. Equivalent force systems involving moments A. Moment of a force, scalar and vector B. Moment of a couple C. Simplification of coplanar force systems D. Simplification of three dimensional force systems VI. Rigid body equilibrium A. Equations of equilibrium in two dimensions B. Equations of equilibrium in three dimensions C. Support reactions in equilibrium VII. Analysis of structures A. Analysis of trusses B. Frame analysis C. Machines VIII. Internal forces A. Internal forces in structure members B. Shear and bending moment in beams C. Relation between load, shear, and bending moment IX. Friction A. Characteristics of dry friction B. Friction on bearings and disks C. Friction of flat belts D. Rolling friction X. Centroids and center of gravity A. System of particles B. Composite bodies C. Distributed forces XI. Moments of inertia A. Area moment of inertia B. Mass moment of inertia | |||

MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: May 1, 2018 |

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