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Engineering Mechanics: Statics
Bedford/Fowler. 5th Edition
ISBN:9780136129158
5 credits
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Description
Newton's laws of motion applied to structures at rest and with no acceleration. Topics covered are
vector,
forces, moments, equilibrium, 3D structures,
trusses,
frames, machines,
friction, internal
forces, center of mass. and moment of inertia.
Course Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1.
Solve two and threedimensional equilibrium problems by summing vector forces and moments.
(Quantitative Skills)
2.
Solve for forces in structures using the methods ofjoints and sections. (Quantitative Skills)
3.
Solve problems involving static friction. (Quantitative Skills)
4.
Calculate centroids and moments of inertia for twodimensional shapes.
(Quantitative Skills)
5.
Work effectively on a team to solve complex design problems. (Group Interaction,
Quantitative
Skills, Critical Thinking)
6.
Use engineering
logic effectively in problem solving. (Critical Thinking,
Quantitative
Skills)
Important Dates
. Sep 21: Fall quarter classes
begin
Sep 24: Late registration begins
Oct 2: Last day to drop classes without a transcript entry
Oct 9: Noninstructional day, NO CLASSES
Nov 9: Last day to withdrarv from a class
Nov 9: Last day to change
from credit to audit or audit to credit (instructor signature required)
Nov ll: Veterans Day, NO CLASSES
Nov 2628: Thanksgiving, NO CLASSES
Dec 710: Final exams
IENGR&
214 Finul Exum: 9:30um  I1:20qm
Thursday Dec Ld'f
Dec 10:
Quarter
ends
If you require an accommodation
for a disability, please contact Services
for Students with
Disabilities,
(425) 640
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ENGReT
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Fall
2009
Patrick Burneft
Alderwood
Hall 233
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Prerequisites
ENGR I l0: Engineering Problem Solving
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