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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
Elmas Atabay
Course Objectives
To introduce the student to statics of particles and rigid bodies, forces and force components, moments, analysis of structures, beams, friction, moments of inertia and the principle of virtual work.
Course Description
Statics of particles, forces in a plane and in space. Statics of rigid bodies. Distributed forces, centroids and centers of gravity. Structures, trusses, frames, machines. Forces in beams and cables. Friction. Moment of inertia. Principle of virtual work.
Course Outcomes
 To be able to compute the components of forces
 To be able to compute the resultant force
 To be able to compute the projection of one vector onto another
 To be able to compute the moments of forces
 To be able to formulate and solve the equations of equilibrium of particles
 To be able to compute support reactions
 To be able to formulate and solve the equations of equilibrium of rigid bodies
 To be able to compute centers of gravity
 To be able to analyze frames
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Textbook
Beer, F. P. and Johnston, Jr, E. R., Mechanics for Engineers, Statics, McGraw–Hill Higher Education, 2007
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