SyllabusF11(3) - THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN...

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics FALL 2011: EM 306 STATICS SYLLABUS UNIQUE NUMBER: 14095-14120 PROFESSOR: Dr. Gregory J. Rodin Office : WRW 112a E-mail : gjr@ices.utexas.edu Hours : 8-10 W, 3-4 W TIME AND LOCATION: 2-3pm MWF at WEL 2.246 WEB PAGE: UT Blackboard PREREQUISITES: Credit with a grade of at least  C  or registration for Mathematics 408D or 408L,  and Physics 303K. TEXT: http://www.pearsoncustom.com/tx/utexas_engineering/ IMPORTANT DATES: August 29 Last day of the official add/drop period; after this date, changes in registration require the approval of the department chair and usually the student’s dean. September 9 Last day an undergraduate student may add a class except for rare and extenuating circumstances. Last day to drop a class for a possible refund. November 1 Last day an undergraduate student may, with the dean’s approval, drop a class except for urgent and substantiated, nonacademic reasons. Last day a student may change registration in a class to or from the pass/fail or credit/no credit basis.
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EVENING CLASSES: Weekly evening classes must be treated as regularly scheduled classes. Evening classes will be taught by TAs. You must attend only the class for which you are registered – no exceptions. To change the class you must go through a regular registration process. TEACHING ASSISTANTS: John Huang e-mail: johnhuang76@utexas.edu office: wrw 214 hours: 10-11 TW, 1-2 W Reza Soheilifard e-mail: soheilifard@mail.utexas.edu office: wrw 214 hours: 3-6T Kaimin Yue e-mail: kyue@mail.utexas.edu office: wrw 109 hours: 12-2 T, 12-1Th HOMEWORK: Homework will be assigned each week via Blackboard. Homework will consist of 8-10 problems from the book and possibly additional practice problems. Only specially designated problems will be graded; solutions to those problems must be turned in at your evening discussion section. Graded problems will be returned one week later. Each solution presentation should be treated as a report. Accordingly, this is your  responsibility to present your solutions in an intelligent and clear manner. This includes good  handwriting from top left to bottom right in a single column. Poor presentations will be  penalized. SCHEDULE Date Topic Section 08/24 Engineering and mechanics 1.1 08/26 Scalars and vectors in two dimensions. Components in two dimensions 2.1,2
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08/29 Two-dimensional description of the moment 2.3 08/31 Self-equilibrated force systems. Couple. S. 1,2 09/02 Free body diagrams 3.1 09/07 Equilibrium and free body diagrams 3.2 09/09 Two-dimensional force systems. 3.3 09/12 Two-dimensional applications 3.3 09/14 Two-dimensional applications 3.3 09/15 Two-dimensional applications 3.3,4 09/19 Trusses 4.1 09/21 Method of joints 4.2 09/23 Method of sections 4.3 09/26 Frames and Machines 4.4 09/28 Frames and Machines 4.4
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course EM 306 taught by Professor Rodin during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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