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Course Name
Turkish
statik
English
Statics
Course Code
STA 201E
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
2
3
3


Course Language
English
Course Coordinator
Pınar Özdemir Çağlayan
Course Objectives
1) Definition of force and moment vectors and give necessary vector algebra
2) Concept of equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies in plane and 3D space
3) information about support types and to give ability to calculate support reactions
4) equilibrium of structures and internal forces in trusses, and frames
5) information about distributed loads
6) information on moment of inertia
7) concept of virtual work
Course Description
principle of statics, force as a vector, forces in plane, forces in space, equilibrium, moment of a force, moment of a couple, equivalent systems of forces on rigid bodies, equilibrium in two dimensions, equilibrium in three dimensions, distributed forces: centroids and center of gravity, analysis of structures: trusses, frames and machines, internal forces in beams and cables, friction, moments of inertia of areas, moments of inertia of masses, method of virtual work.
Course Outcomes
1) Definition of force and moment vectors and give necessary vector algebra (addition of vectors, dot product and vector product of vectors)
2) Concept of equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies in plane and 3D space
3) information about support types and to give ability to calculate support reactions
4) equilibrium of structures and internal forces in trusses, and frames
5) information about distributed loads
6) information on moment of inertia
7) concept of virtual work
Prerequisite(s)
none
Required Facilities
none
Other
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Textbook
Engineering Mechanics – Statics, R.C. Hibbeler, 12th Edition
Other References
Vector Mechanics for EngineersStatics, 10th Edition,, F.P.Beer, E.R.Jonston, D.F.Mazurek,, McGrawHill, Inc., 2013, ISBN 9781259007927
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