ASSIGNMENT #2
On 1/10 x 1/10 graph paper, freehand sketch an A-3 Layout.
Do not use scales, straight edges, protractors, or any other drawing aid.
Use the reference document Form A-3 Sheet Format.pdf in D2L under Content in the REFERENCE
section for as

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WORKED SOLUTIONS
EN STZ.4: SHEAR AND BENDING
MOMENT DIAGRAMS
Question 1
Determine the shear and moment as a function of x, where O s x < 3m and 3 < s x 3 6m,
and then draw the shear and m

Module 2
Statically Indeterminate Problems
Lesson 1 Lecture
Statically Indeterminate Systems
Lets work an example
After finding the free-body diagram, we must release all redundant constraints
We can then back-calculate to find the reaction at B and A res

Module 2
Shear and Moment Diagrams Equations
Lesson 5 Lecture
In this lesson, we will explore the analysis and design of beams. You will find there
are many generalizations in beam analysis that can be applied to a variety of
scenarios. In fact, there are

Module 3
Shear and Moments - Equations
Lesson 1 Lecture
Please take a look at the Lesson 5 content from Module 2 to refresh before
proceeding.
As alluded to in previous lessons, we can establish a differential relationship
between load, shear and bending

Module 3
Bending Stresses in Homogenous
Bending Members
Lesson 2 Lecture
In many real world situations, we see stresses that are the result of pure bending.
For this reason, we will focus this lesson on this specific scenario.
There are several varieties

Module 2
Axial Deformations due to Temperature
Changes
Lesson 2 Lecture
Thermal Stresses Thermally stressing a part can be a very effective method to
temporarily deform a part. Such methods are common when press fits are desired
or in removing two compone

Module 3
Stress on an Oblique Plane and Design
Considerations
Lesson 3 Lecture
In the previous lesson, we derived relations for pure bending stress and strain
based on a homogenous material. When dealing with two on more materials, we
must modify our appr

ASSIGNMENT #3
On 1/10 x 1/10 graph paper, sketch (freehand) the necessary principal views, very neatly, of the
Finger Guide (slide #2).
Use A-3 Sheet Layout.
Use 1/10 tall UPPERCASE engineering lettering.
Do not use scales, straight edges, protractors, or

Part I of III
Electricity and magnetism
Electrostatics
Lecture Outline
Electric Fields
Gausss Law
Electric Potential
Capacitance and Dielectrics
Electric Fields
Properties of Electric Charges
A number of simples experiments can demonstrate the
existence o

Electrostatics and Electrical current
Outline
Electric Fields
Gausss Law
Electric Potential
Capacitance and Dielectrics
Resistance and Electrical Current
Direct current circuits
Outline
Electric Fields
Gausss Law
Electric Potential
Capacitance and Dielect

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ENGM 141: Engineering Mechanics
Spring 2007 Final Exam
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