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CIV1501 ENGINEERING STATICS SOLUTION TO ASSIGNMENT 2 Semester 2, 2002

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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 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