PE2113-FALL 2011-SYLLABUS - 0825_BS

PE2113-FALL 2011-SYLLABUS - 0825_BS - THE UNIVERSITY OF...

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1 THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OF EARTH AND ENERGY MEWBOURNE SCHOOL OF PETROLEUM AND GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING COURSE TITLE: PE 2113/CE 2113 - Sec 003 – STATICS FALL 2011 Instructor: Bor Jier (Ben) Shiau, Ph.D., P. E. Assistant Professor Mewbourne School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering Email: bshiau@ou.edu Office: Sarkey’s Energy Center Rm 1346; Tel. # 325-6817 Meeting Place: Nielsen Hall (NH) – ROOM 0170 Meeting Time: TR 1:30 – 2:45 PM Office Hours: Wednesday 3:00 – 4:30 PM; Fri. 10 - 11:30 AM and others by appointment TAS/Graders: Kaverinathan Dhanapal ( KD ), Varone Juntarasuntorngul ( VJ ) Grader Office: Sarkeys Energy Center Rm 1310 Grader Office Hours : KD : M 2-3:30 PM, W 1:30-3 PM; VJ : W 10:30 AM -12 PM, F 1-2:30 PM Course Description: Vector representations of forces and moments; general three-dimensional theorems of statics and dynamics; centroids and moments of area and inertia Free-body diagrams, equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies, principles of work and energy; principle of impulse-momentum Motion of particles and rigid bodies in translating and rotating reference frames Newton's law of motion and Lagrange's equation, including application to lumped-parameter systems Analyses of trusses, frames and machines Textbooks: R. C. Hibbeler, Engineering Mechanics-STATICS 12 h Edition, Pearson-Prentice Hall, Other References: Will be provided as needed Course Objectives 1. Provide students with a clear and thorough presentation of the theory and application of engineering mechanics. 2. The concept will be to apply the principles of mechanics first to a particle then to a rigid- body subjected to a coplanar system of forces. 3. Draw free-body diagram which is particularly necessary for solving mechanics problems.(e) 4. Apply the concept and understanding to solve problems thereby improving their problem-solving skills.(a, e)
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2 5. To continue to emphasize the importance of units either SI or US Customary (FPS) (a) Note: (a) An ability to apply knowledge of math, science and engineering (e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
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PE2113-FALL 2011-SYLLABUS - 0825_BS - THE UNIVERSITY OF...

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