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engr111c 03_1fbd - ENGR111CClass1.2 September11,2006

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ENGR 111 C             Class 1.2   Class 3.1   September 11, 2006 Construction of a  F ree  B ody  D iagram
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What is a Team Anyway ? A team is a  small group  of people with  complementary skills  who are committed to a  common purpose , performance goals, and  approach for which they hold themselves  mutually accountable .
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Team Composition and Roles Key team roles include: Meeting Coordinator (meeting time and agenda),  Recorder (keeps action list and other notes),  Timekeeper (keeps meeting on schedule),  Encourager/   Gatekeeper (balances discussion),  Devil’s Advocate (keeps things “real”).   Roles should rotate among the members.
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Code of Cooperation The agreed upon rules governing the behavior of team members, as well as any appropriate rewards and sanctions. Your Team has developed your Code of Cooperation-Correct?
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It sets a norm for acceptable behavior for each team member and represents how the team members will interact with one another; It should be developed, adopted, improved and/or modified by all team members on a continuous basis; It should be easily accessible to team members -- bring a copy to meetings . Code of Cooperation
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Free Body Diagrams You need to be able to: Isolate any system (object) in question and draw a sketch of it. Show all the EXTERNAL Forces that act on the system THIS SKILL IS VITAL FOR YOUR FOLLOW-ON STATICS AND  DYNAMICS CLASSES: ENGR 221, CVEN 305, MEEN 363-368 etc. etc. 
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Isolating bodies and drawing FBDs: The pole is supported at  B  by a  pin.
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course ENGR 111 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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engr111c 03_1fbd - ENGR111CClass1.2 September11,2006

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