CVEN 1300 Engineering Mechanics for Civil Engineers
Quiz 2
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Question 1: (30 marks!
For the truss structure shown in Figure 1,
1) Find the reactions at A and E.
2) Determi
CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics Tutorial 2 - Statics
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics for Civil Engineers
Quiz 2
Time allowed: 90 minutes Exam condition: Closed Book Tutorial Room:
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Question 1: [30 marks)
For the truss structure shown in Figure I,
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2) Determine
CVEN1300 2011 Final Exam
Question I: (18 marks)
The beam shown in Figure 1 carries a uniformly distributed load of 10 kN/m; plus two 100 kN concentrated
loads as shown.
1) Calculate the reactions at B and E
2) Draw the shear force and bending moment diagr
CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics for Civil Engineering QUIZ 2
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QUESTION 1:
The beam shown below is subjected to a uniformly distributed load of 10 kN/m as shown.
1) Calculate the
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FINAL EXAMINATION SEMESTER 2, 2009
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics
2009 Final Exam Solution
Question 1:
The simply supported beam shown in Figure 1 carries a uniformly distributed load and two concentrated
loads as shown.
1) Calculate the reactions at A and C and draw the shear force and be
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CVEN 1300 ENGINEERING MECHANICS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS
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READING TIME 10 minutes
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics Workshop 2 Solutions
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QUESTION 3:
Three concurrent forces act on a bracket. 1) Determine the magnitude of the resultant force. 2)
Determine the direction of the resultant force, measured counterclockwi
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TRUSSES
RIGID FRAMES
TRUSSES METHOD OF JOINTS
Todays Objectives:
TRUSSES
METHOD OF JOINTS
APPLICATIONS
Trusses are commonly used to support
a roof.
Students will be able to:
a) Define a simple truss.
b) Determine the forces in
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Engineering Mechanics
Dynamics
Kinematics of A Particle:
Curvilinear Motion
Curvilinear Motion
Position, displacement, velocity and acceleration
Rectangular components
Motion of a projectile
Polar components
Circular motion
1
General Curvilinear
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics
DYNAMICS: TUTORIAL EXERCISE 1
The University of New South Wales
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics S1 2012
Dynamics: Tutorial Exercise 1
Problem 1
(Answer: 168m, 96m/s, 48m/s2)
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Conservative Forces and Potential Energy
Pumped-storage hydropower plant
Conservative Forces and Potential Energy
Conservative Force.
It is defined by the work done in
moving a particle from one point
to another that is independent of
the path followed
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CVEN1300 ENGINEERING MECHANICS
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(2) STATIC COMPONENT: TOTAL NUMBER OF QUESTIONS - SIX (6).
(3) DYNAMIC COMP
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CVEN1300
Engineering Mechanics
Dynamics
Impulse and Momentum
Impulse and Momentum
Analyse velocities of objects subject to external
forces or impacts.
Principle of Linear Impulse & Momentum
The equation of motion
for a particle of mass m
F = ma = m dv/d
Week 5
TRUSSES
RIGID FRAMES
Week 5
TRUSSES
METHOD OF JOINTS
Statics:The Next Generation Mehta & Danielson Lecture Notes for Sections 6.1-6.3
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TRUSSES METHOD OF JOINTS
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
a) Define a simple truss.
b) Determine the
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics
DYNAMICS: TUTORIAL EXERCISE 3
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CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics
S1 2012 - Dynamics: Tutorial Exercise 3
Problem 1
(Answer: 6m)
Problem 2
(Answer: (