King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

                                          CIVIL  ENGINEERING  DEPARTMENT

 

                                              CE  201   STATICS

(Section 6)

                                                Second Semester 1421-22/2001 (002)

 

                            Text:  Engineering Mechanics/Statics  -  R.C. Hibbeler (8th Ed.)

                            Prerequisite:  PHYS  101  

 

Instructor:    Hamdan Al-Ghamedy                    Office Hours     :  As announced in class and posted     

Office      :    16-118                                                        Welcome any other time

Tel. #      :    2694                                                       e-mail   :  hghamdi@kfupm.edu.sa                          

 

Lect.

Date

Subject

Section

1

W  6-11-1421

      31-1-2001

Introduction, Scalars & Vectors

1.1-1.6, 2.1, 2.2

2

S    9-11/3-2

Vector Addition of Forces

2.3

3

M  11-11/5-2

Addition of Coplanar Forces

2.4

4

W  13-11/7-2

Cartesian Vectors

2.5, 2.6

5

S    16-11/10-2

Position Vectors, Force along a Line

2.7, 2.8

6

M   18-11/12-2

Dot Product

2.9

7

W   20-11/14-2

Equilibrium of a Particle & Free-Body Diagrams

3.1, 3.2

8

S    23-11/17-2

Coplanar Force System

3.3

9

M  25-11/19-2

Three-Dimensional Force Systems

3.4

10

W  27-11/21-2

Three-Dimensional Force Systems

3.4 (cont.)

11

S    1-12/24-2

Moment of a Force-Scalar, Cross Product

4.1, 4.2

12

M  3-12/26-2

Moment of a Force-Vector, Principle of Moments

4.3, 4.4

 

 

Eid Break

 

13

M  17-12/12-3

Moment about an axis

4.5

14

W  19-12/14-3

Moment of a couple

4.6

15

S   22-12/17-3

Equivalent System, Force and Couple System

4.7, 4.8

16

M 24-12/19-3

EXAM # 1 (Monday 8:00-10:15 P.M. ; 14-103)

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17

W 26-12/21-3

Distributed Loading

4.10

18

S   29-12/24-3

Equilibrium of a Rigid Body, Free Body Diagrams

5.1, 5.2

19

M 1-1-1422/26-3

Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (2-D)

5.3

20

W  3-1/28-3

Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (2-D)

Two and Three-force Members

5.3 (cont.)

5.4

21

S   6-1/31-3

Free Body Diagrams (3-D)

Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (3-D)

5.5

5.6

22

M  8-1/2-4

Equilibrium of a Rigid Body (3-D)

5.6 (cont.)

23

W  10-1/4-4

Simple Trusses

6.1

24

S   13-1/7-4

The Method of Joints; Zero Force Members

6.2,6.3

25

M  15-1/9-4

The Method of Sections

6.4

26

W  17-1/11-4

The Method of Sections

6.4 (cont.)

 

 

Lect.

Date

Subject

Section

27

S  20-1/14-4

Frames and Machines

6.6

28

M 22-1/16-4

Frames and Machines

6.6 (cont.)

29

W 24-1/18-4

Frames and Machines

6.6 (cont.)

30

S  27-1/21-4

Internal Forces (2-D)

7.1

31

M 29-1/23-4

Internal Forces (3-D)

7.1 (cont.)

32

W 1-2/25-4

Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams

7.2

33

S  4-2/28-4

Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams

7.2 (cont.)

34

M 6-2/30-4

EXAM # 2 (Monday 8:15-10:30 P.M. ; 14-103)

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35

W 8-2/2-5

Shear and Moment Equations & Diagrams

7.2 (cont.)

36

S  11-2/5-5

Dry Friction

8.1

37

M 13-2/7-5

Problems Involving Dry Friction

8.2

38

W 15-2/9-5

Problems Involving Dry Friction

8.2 (cont.)

39

S  18-2/12-5

Problems Involving Dry Friction

8.2 (cont.)

40

M 20-2/14-5

Center of Gravity & Centroid (No Applications)

9.1, 9.2

41

W 22-2/16-5

C. G. for Composite Bodies

9.3

42

S  25-2/19-5

C. G. for Composite Bodies

9.3 (cont.)

43

M 27-2/21-5

Moment of Inertia for Areas

10.1

44

W 29-2/23-5

Parallel-Axis Theorem

10.2

45

S  3-3/26-5

Moment of Inertia for Composite Areas

10.5

 

 

Grade Distribution:

 

Homeworks, quizzes (written and/or oral), class notes, discussion & attendance               =      20%

  (HW=19%, other class work=1%)

First Major Exam  (Mon. 24-12-1421 / 19-3-2001, 8:00-10:15 P.M.; 14-103)             =       25%

Second Major Exam  (Mon. 6-2-1422 / 30-4-2001, 8:15-10:30 P.M.; 14-103)             =       25%

Final Exam                                                                                                                      =       30%

                                                                                                                                                             

Total                                                                                                                                        100%  

 

Homeworks are due as indicated on each homework.  You must respect and abide with these dates.  You must follow the HW guidelines given to you in the handout.

 

Note:    The University regulations regarding excessive absences will be strictly adhered to in this course.  See pages 25 & 26 of the Undergraduate Bulletin.  Remember that if you have an official excuse, you must bring it no later than the second class meeting after resumption of study.  DN grade will be given to the student if the absences exceed one fifth of the scheduled meetings (9 classes).