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CE 210 STATICS
Fall 2011
kg Exam I
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You have one hour and fteen minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 1-3.
This exam consists of 5 different pages.
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
Provide all releva
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CE 210 STATICS
Final Exam
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You have two hours and thirty minutes to complete the exam.
This exam consists of 8 different pages.
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Provide all relevant calculations.
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CE 210 STATICS
You have two hours and thirty minutes to complete the exam.
You may use a calculator.
This exam consists of 6 different pages (front and back).
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
Provide all relevant calculations.
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POSITION VECTORS & FORCE VECTORS
Objectives:
a) Represent a position vector in
Cartesian coordinate form from
given geometry.
b) Represent a force vector directed
along a line.
APPLICATIONS
This awning is held up by three chains. What are the
forces in th
DOT PRODUCT
Objective:
a) determine an angle between
two vectors, and,
b) determine the projection of a vector
along a specified line.
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APPLICATIONS
If the design for the cable
placements required
specific angles between
the cables, how would you
check t
FORCE VECTORS, VECTOR OPERATIONS &
ADDITION OF COPLANAR FORCES
Objectives:
a) Resolve a 2-D vector into components.
b) Add 2-D vectors using Cartesian vector notations.
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APPLICATION OF VECTOR ADDITION
FR
There are three concurrent
forces acting on the ho
MECHANICS, UNITS, NUMERICAL
CALCULATIONS & GENERAL PROCEDURE
FOR ANALYSIS
Objectives:
a) Identify what is
mechanics/statics.
b) Work with two types of units.
c) Round the final answer
appropriately.
d) Apply problem solving strategies.
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WHAT IS MECHANICS
CARTESIAN VECTORS & ADDITION & SUBTRACTION
OF CARTESIAN VECTORS
Objectives:
a) Represent a 3-D vector in a
Cartesian coordinate system.
b) Find the magnitude and
coordinate angles of a 3-D
vector
c) Add vectors (forces) in 3-D
space
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APPLICATIONS
Many pr
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CE 210 STATICS
Fall 2012
Exam III
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You have 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 6-8.
This exam consists of 3 different pages.
Draw ALL appropriate diagrams for full credit.
Provide all rele
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CE 210 STATICS
Fall 2012
Exam III
Make- Up
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You have 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 6-8.
This exam consists of 3 different pages.
Draw ALL appropriate diagrams for full credit.
Provide
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CE 210 STATICS
Fall 2012
Exam II
Make-up
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You have 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 4 & 5.
This exam consists of 3 different pages.
Draw ALL appropriate FBD for full credit.
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CE 210 STATICS
_ Exam I
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You have one hour and fteen minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 1-3
This exam consists of 5 different pages.
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
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CE 210 STATICS
Spring 2013
Exam I
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You have fty minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 1-3.
This exam consists of 3 different pages.
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
Provide all relevant calculations
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CE 210 STATICS
Fall 2012
Exam II
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You have 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 45.
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Draw ALL appropriate diagrams for full credit.
Provide all rele
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CE 210 STATICS
Spring 2012
Exam III
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You have fifty minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 6-7.
This exam consists of 4 different pages.
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
Provide all relevant calculation
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CE 210 STATICS
Spring 2013
Exam III
Make- Up
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You have fty minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 67.
This exam consists of 1 page, front and back.
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
Provide all relevant
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CE 210 STATICS
Spring 2013
Exam III
You may use a calculator.
You have fty minutes to complete the exam.
Material Covered Chapters 6-7.
This exam consists of 1 page, front and back.
Please draw ALL appropriate diagrams.
Provide all relevant calcula
System of Units
Numerical Accuracy
General
Principles
Vector Projection
Angle b/w Vectors
Dot Product
Newtons Laws of Motion
Projection Angles
Unit Vectors
Vectors
Magnitude
Position Vectors
Cartesian Notation
Force
Resultants
Direction
Particle
Analysis
SIMPLE TRUSSES, THE METHOD OF JOINTS, &
ZERO-FORCE MEMBERS
Objectives:
a) Define a simple truss.
b) Determine the forces in members of a
simple truss.
c) Identify zero-force members.
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APPLICATIONS
Trusses are commonly used to support roofs.
For a given t
WEDGES AND FRICTIONAL FORCES ON FLAT BELTS
Objectives:
a) Determine the forces on a wedge.
b) Determine the tensions in a belt.
APPLICATIONS
Wedges are used to adjust
the elevation or provide
stability for heavy objects
such as this large steel pipe.
How
System of Units
Numerical Accuracy
General
Principles
Vector Projection
Angle b/w Vectors
Dot Product
Newtons Laws of Motion
Projection Angles
Unit Vectors
Vectors
Magnitude
Position Vectors
Cartesian Notation
Force
Resultants
Direction
Particle
Analysis
MOMENT ABOUT AN AXIS
(Section 4.5)
Objectives:
Be able to determine the moment of a force about
an axis using
a) scalar analysis, and
b) vector analysis.
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APPLICATIONS
With the force P, a person is creating a moment MA. Does all
of MA act to turn the soc
System of Units
Numerical Accuracy
General
Principles
Vector Projection
Angle b/w Vectors
Dot Product
Newtons Laws of Motion
Projection Angles
Unit Vectors
Vectors
Magnitude
Position Vectors
Cartesian Notation
Force
Resultants
Direction
Particle
Analysis
DEFINITION OF MOMENTS OF INERTIA FOR AREAS,
RADIUS OF GYRATION OF AN AREA
Objectives:
a) Define the moments of inertia (MoI)
for an area.
b) Determine the MoI for an area by
integration.
APPLICATIONS
Many structural members like beams and columns have cro
COMPOSITE BODIES
Objective:
a)
The location of the center of
gravity,
b) The location of the center of mass,
c) And, the location of the centroid
using the method of composite
bodies.
APPLICATIONS
The I-beam or tee-beam
shown are commonly used in
building
CENTER OF GRAVITY, CENTER OF MASS AND
CENTROID OF A BODY
Objective :
a) Understand the concepts of center of
gravity, center of mass, and centroid.
b) Be able to determine the location of
these points for a body.
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APPLICATIONS
To design the structure for
PARALLEL-AXIS THEOREM FOR AN AREA &
MOMENT OF INERTIA FOR COMPOSITE AREAS
Objectives:
1. Apply the parallel-axis theorem.
2. Determine the moment of inertia
(MoI) for a composite area.
APPLICATIONS
Cross-sectional areas of structural
members are usually m
FRAMES AND MACHINES
Objectives:
a) Draw the free body diagram of a
frame or machine and its members.
b) Determine the forces acting at the
joints and supports of a frame or
machine.
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APPLICATIONS
Frames are commonly used
to support various external
loads
SIMPLIFICATION OF FORCE AND COUPLE SYSTEMS
& FURTHER SIMPLIFICATION OF A
FORCE AND COUPLE SYSTEM
Objectives:
a) Determine the effect of moving a
force.
b) Find an equivalent force-couple
system for a system of forces and
couples.
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APPLICATIONS
What are t