Engineering Mechanics: Statics

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Content: Philadelphia University Faculty of Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering Second semester, 2008/2009
Course Syllabus
Course Title: Engineering Mechanics :Statics Course Level: 2th year Lecture Time: 12-13:10 Sun/Tues/Thurs
Course code: 640231+620211 Course prerequisite (s) and/or co requisite (s): Mathematics Credit Hours: 3
Academic Staff Specifics
Name
Rank
Office Office Number and Location Hours
E-mail Address
Dr. A. Qandil Assis. Prof.
E Department of Mechatronics
13:[email protected] 15:00
Course module description: This course provides the material needed for the basic understanding of the theory and applications of rigid body statics. This course is standard requirement in any engineering as well as in most engineering technology disciplines. Course module objectives: - Understand Statics Fundamentals - Analyze Forces and Calculate Equilibriums for rigid bodies - Develop Free Body Diagrams - Calculate centers, moments of inertia, and work - Gain a working insight into the design and analysis of practical static structures. Method of instruction: Lectures, class demonstrations, chalkboard, digital and digitized media, presentation, discussions, in class problem solving, computer simulation, homework assignment of problem.
Course/ module components · Books Title: Engineering Mechanics: Statics Author: R.CHibbeler Publisher: Prentice Hall Edition : Tenth edition, 2004 · Support material (s) lecture notes soft copy (vcs, acs, etc). · Study guide (s) · Homework and laboratory guide (s) . teaching methods: · 3 Lectures a week · 1-2 Appointments for tutorials and problem solving after each chapter
Assessment instruments
· Short reports and/ or presentations, and/ or Short research projects · Quizzes. · Home works · Final examination: 50 marks
Allocation of Marks Assessment Instruments First examination Second examination Final examination: 50 marks Reports, research projects, Quizzes, Home works, Projects Total
Mark 20 20 50 10 100
learning outcomes: 1. Provide the best learning environment and concepts and technical education needed to achieve the above indicated student objectives and for a career in Engineering Technology. 2. Demonstrate the knowledge and dexterity to perform effectively in the workplace with the communication skills needed to deal with fellow workers, clients and public. 3. Emphasize the understanding of societal implications of engineering decisions and design in both a local and global context and the ethical training to evaluate those implications. 4. Encourage Class participation, questions and class related discussions. 5. Incite critical analysis in the solution of problem and application of innovation in technology. 6. Stimulate team work inside and outside the classroom. 7. Keep students informed of their progress during the semester. 8. Provide support inside and outside the classroom.
Documentation and academic honesty · Documentation style (with illustrative examples) · Protection by copyright · Avoiding plagiarism.
Course/module academic calendar
week (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Mid Examination (8) (9) (10) (11) Mid Examination (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) Final Examination
Basic and support material to be covered General Principles Tutorial and problem solving Force Vectors Tutorial and problem solving Equilibrium of a Particle Tutorial and problem solving Force System Resultants Tutorial and problem solving Force System Resultants Tutorial and problem solving Equilibrium of a Rigid Body Tutorial and problem solving Equilibrium of a Rigid Body Tutorial and problem solving Structural analysis Tutorial and problem solving Structural Analysis Tutorial and problem solving Internal Forces Tutorial and problem solving Friction Tutorial and problem solving Center of Gravity and Centroid Tutorial and problem solving Center of Gravity and Centroid Tutorial and problem solving Moments of Inertia Tutorial and problem solving Moments of Inertia Tutorial and problem solving Virtual Work Tutorial and problem solving Tutorial and problem solving
Homework/reports and their due dates Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems Selected typical Problems
Expected workload: On average students need to spend 2 hours of study and preparation for each 50-minute lecture/tutorial.
Attendance policy: Absence from lectures and/or tutorials shall not exceed 15%. Students who exceed the 15% limit without a medical or emergency excuse acceptable to and approved by the Dean of the relevant college/faculty shall not be allowed to take the final examination and shall receive a mark of zero for the course. If the excuse is approved by the Dean, the student shall be considered to have withdrawn from the course.
Module references
Books · · ·
Das, Kassimali, Sami , "Engineering Mechanics Statics", IRWIN., 1994. James R.Ogden Mechanics: Statics - Dynamics (Rea's Problem Solvers) Powells Books F.P.Beer, E.R.Johnston.Jr..and E.R.Eisenberg.Vector Mechanics for Engineers- Statics,8 edition,WCB McGraw-Hill,2007
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