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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS SOLUTION TO ASSIGNMENT 2 Semester 2, 2002

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    70270 ENGINEERING STATICS Semester 2 2002

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Tutorial 9 Key Topics Semester 2, 2002 Elasticity - direct stress and strain, Young's modulus Thermal deformation Energy impact loads Introduction to shear stress and strain

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 9 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content - Direct stress and strain Modulus of Elasticity Energy Thermal strain and stress Shear stress and strain (Module 12 in the Study Book, Workbook exercises 27 to 30) ELASTICITY Dir

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 6 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content Analysis of 2-D trusses (Module 11 in the Study Book) There will be an exam question based upon this lecture. 1. Simple Trusses A simple truss consists of slender, straight membe

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 1 Lecture Content Semester 2, 2002 1. Housekeeping Staff - Examiner - Arn Winter, Room Z317.1, Ph. (07)4631 1484 Tutors Omar Khondker, Room Z317.2 Guangnan Chen, Room Z467 Amar Khennane, Room Z470 Lecture Times Mond

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    70270 ENGINEERING STATICS Semester 2 2002 12.1 Using successive integration of the moment equation, determine the deflection at point X for each of the beams loaded as shown below: 12.2 Draw SF and BM diagrams for each of the indeterminate beams l

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 4 1. Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content Free Body Diagram A FBD is a sketch of a particle or body isolated from its surroundings. All forces and moments acting on the particle or body are then sketched in position a

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 7 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content Analysis of Beams SF and BM equations - SF and BM diagrams (Module 14 in the Study Book) There will be an exam question based upon this lecture. 1. Beams A beam is a structural

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS SOLUTION TO ASSIGNMENT 1 Semester 2, 2002 .

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 3 1. Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content Principle of transmissibility states that a force may be applied anywhere along its line of action without altering its EXTERNAL effects on a rigid body. F F In both cases the

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 2 Lecture Content Semester 2, 2002 NOTE The first question in the final exam shall be taken from this topic. 1. Force Force is something that tends to cause a mass to accelerate can be push (compression) or pull (

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 5 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content Module 10 in Study Book There is usually an exam question based on this lecture. 1. Dry Friction Pins and rollers as described in week 4 are assumed to be frictionless. In real l

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    :99/ Memorandum TO: FROM: DATE: RE: Hi, By now your first assignment in the subject has been submitted and marked and is returned here together with a copy of the solutions. No doubt you have already began studying the work required for the second a

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 10 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content - Strain energy applied to impact forces Strain energy applied to truss deflections (Module 13 in Study Book, Ch 10 in B & J, Workbook exercises 31) STRAIN ENERGY Work done in de

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Week 12 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content - Beam deflections Method of successive integration SF and BM for indeterminate beams (Module 18 in the Study Book, Workbook exercises Set 48) BEAM DEFLECTION Although strength i

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    CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS Lecture 11 Semester 2, 2002 Lecture Content - Beam bending Bending stresses, flexure formula Beam design (Modules 15,17 in Study Book, Ch 4 in B & J, Workbook exercises 45) Beam Bending A beam is a structural member des

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