Syllabus MAE-101 pdf

# Syllabus MAE-101 pdf - Resultants Concurrent and...

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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department MAE 101: Statics and Strength of Materials Summer, 2010 Lecture: MW 11:30 am - 1:50 pm, KNSY PV 1200B Discussion: T 11:30 am - 1:50 pm KNSY PV 1200B Office Hours: M 2:30-3:30 pm, W 2:30-3:30 pm Tel: 714-955-1663 Instructor: Amiya Chatterjee([email protected]) TA: Check your Course Website Prerequisites: Physics 1A, Math 31A, B Text: Bedford, Fowler and Leichti; Statics and Mechanics of Materials Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2003. MAE 101 replaces CEE 108 for all ME and AE students Grading: HW (10%), Quizzes (20%), Midterm (25%), Final (45%) Course Outline Review of Vectors: Components, rules of vector algebra, transformation properties (2 hours). Forces and Moments: Vector representations in two and three dimensions, moments about a point and a line (torque), couples (4 hours).
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Unformatted text preview: Resultants: Concurrent and non-concurrent forces, equivalent systems, equilibrium equations (2 hour). Free Body Diagrams: Loaded objects in equilibrium, support reactions, statically determinant and indeterminate systems (2 hours). Trusses, Frames and Machines: Analysis of the entire structure, analysis of members (4 hours). Frictional Forces: Coefficients of friction, application to wedges, bearings, clutches and belts (2 hours). Distributed Loads: Resultants, centroids of areas and volumes, area moments of inertia, parallel axis theorem (4 hours). Internal Forces in Loaded Beams: Concentrated and distributed loads, internal forces, shear forces and bending moments and their diagrams (8 hours). Stresses in Beams: Symmetric beams in extension, bending, torsion and flexure (6 hours). Deflection of Beams (4 hours)....
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