MEM202-Chapter-1 Lecture

MEM202-Chapter-1 Lecture - Chapter 1 General Principles...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 1 General Principles bjectives Objectives : Students will be able to: a) Identify what is mechanics / statics. b) Understand the fundamental concepts of Statics c) Work with two types of units. d) Apply problem solving strategies. e) Present the final answer appropriately. MEM202 ENGINEERING MECHANICS STATICS CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES 1 What is Mechanics Mechanics Study of what happens to a BODY when FORCES are applied to it. Solid Mechanics Study the physics of solids Fluid Mechanics Study the physics of fluids Mechanics of Rigid Bodies Mechanics of Deformable Bodies Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Bodies whose size and shape do not change Bodies whose size and shape do change tatics tatics echanics of Materials echanics of Materials (MEM220) (MEM220) uid Dynamics uid Dynamics Statics Statics (MEM202 (MEM202) ynamics ynamics Mechanics of Materials Mechanics of Materials (MEM230, MEM330) (MEM230, MEM330) echanics of Vibration echanics of Vibration Fluid Dynamics Fluid Dynamics (MEM320) (MEM320) erodynamics erodynamics MEM202 ENGINEERING MECHANICS STATICS CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES 2 Dynamics Dynamics (MEM238) (MEM238) Mechanics of Vibration Mechanics of Vibration (MEM423) (MEM423) Aerodynamics Aerodynamics (MEM420) (MEM420) Fundamental Concepts in Statics and Dynamics...
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2011 for the course MEM 202 taught by Professor Cook during the Fall '08 term at Drexel.

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MEM202-Chapter-1 Lecture - Chapter 1 General Principles...

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