King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

CE 201 STATICS (Section 01)

Second Semester 2003-2004 (032)

 

Text: Engineering Mechanics/Statics - R.C. Hibbeler (9th Ed.)

Prerequisite: PHYS 101

 

Instructor: Dr. Naser Al-Shayea

Office : 16-134

Phone : 2480

e-mail : nshayea@kfupm.edu.sa

 

Lecture

Date Subject Section No.

Feb. 14 Introduction 1.1-1.6 1

16 Scalars & Vectors 2.1-2.2 2

18 Vector Addition of Forces 2.3 3

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21 Addition of Coplanar Forces 2.4 4

23 Cartesian Vectors 2.5-2.6 5

25 Position Vectors, Force along a Line 2.7-2.8 6

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28 Dot Product 2.9 7

Mar. 01 Equilibrium of a Particle & Free-Body Diagrams 3.1-3.2 8

03 Coplanar Force Systems 3.3 9

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06 Three-Dimensional Force Systems 3.4 10

08 Three-Dimensional Force Systems 3.4(cont.) 11

10 Cross Product, Moment of a force 4.1-4.2 12

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13 Moment of a Force & Principle of Moments 4.3-4.4 13

15 Moment about an axis 4.5 14

EXAM 1

17 Moment of a couple 4.6 15

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20 Force and Couple Systems 4.7-4.8 16

22 Distributed Loading 4.10 17

24 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body 5.1-5.2 18

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27 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (2-D) 5.3 19

29 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (2-D), Two and 5.3 (cont.),5.4

Three-force Members 20

31 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (3-D) 5.5-5.6 21

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Apr. 03 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (3-D) 5.6 (cont.) 22

05 Simple Trusses 6.1 23

07 The Method of Joints 6.2 24

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Lecture

Date Subject Section No.

Apr. 10 The Method of Joints 6.2(cont.) 25

12 Zero Force Members 6.3 26

EXAM 2

14 The Method of Sections 6.4 27

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17 Frames and Machines 6.6 28

19 Frames and Machines 6.6 (cont.) 29

21 Frames and Machines 6.6 (cont.) 30

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24 Internal Forces (2-D) 7.1 31

26 Internal Forces (3-D) 7.1 (cont.) 32

28 Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams 7.2 33

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May 01 Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams 7.2 (cont.) 34

03 Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams 7.2 (cont.) 35

05 Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams 7.2 (cont.) 36

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08 Dry Friction 8.1 37

10 Problems Involving Dry Friction 8.2 38

EXAM 3

12 Problems Involving Dry Friction 8.2 (cont.) 39

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15 Problems Involving Dry Friction 8.2 (cont.) 40

17 Center of Gravity & Centroid (No Applications) 9.1-9.2 41

19 Center of Gravity for Composite Bodies 9.3 42

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22 Center for Gravity for Composite Bodies 9.3 (cont.) 43

24 Moment of Inertia for Areas, Parallel-Axis Theorem 10.1-10.2 44

26 Moment of Inertia for Composite Areas 10.5 45

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Grade Distribution:

Homework = 9%

Attendance + Class Participation = 5%

First Major Exam = 17%

Second Major Exam = 17%

Third Major Exam = 17%

Final Exam = 35%

Total 100%

Note:

        Homework will be assigned in every week.

        The University regulations regarding excessive absences will be strictly adhered to in

this course. (9 unexcused absences DN grade).

        Each assignment MUST be submitted according to the Standard Format.

        Each assignment MUST have a cover page.

        No make-up exams will be allowed.

        Attendance will be checked regularly. The grade will be lowered 0.5% for each lecture absence without an official excuse.