CE -471
Class # 6
Thursday January 26, 2012
Excavating and Lifting
Chapter 3
Excavating and Lifting Equipment
An excavator is defined as a power-driven
digging machine.
Major Types of Excavators include:
Hydraulic Excavators and members of the cableoper
CE -471
Class #5
Tuesday January 24, 2012
Earthmoving Materials and
Operations
Earthmoving Process
The process of moving soil or rock from one
location to another and processing it so that it
meets construction requirements of location,
elevation, densit
CE 471
Construction Engineering
Equipment, Methods and
Management
Mr. Mike Kettlewell
(instructor)
Class #1 Tuesday; Jan. 10, 2012
The Construction Industry
Employs over 10 million people in the USA
New Construction exceeds 900 Billion $
annually
Over
Class # 10 Cont.
February 16 , 2012
Chapter 10 Continued.
FOUNDATIONS
FOUNDATIONS
The foundation of a structure supports the
weight of the structure and its applied
loads.
Foundation includes the soil or rock upon
which a structure rests as well as the
Class # 9
February 8, 2011
Short Review of Quiz & Homework
Review of upcoming Homework & Quiz
Chapter 10- Partial Chapter Introduction
to
FOUNDATIONS
Homework #1
Two problems seemed to create issues
Chapter 18 question #7 What type of
construction contr
CE-471
CLASS #2
Thursday January 12, 2012
Basic Types of
Commercial Construction
General Building
- Office/Retail
- Commercial
- Healthcare
- Higher Education
- K to 12 Education
Heavy Civil
-Waste Water & Water Treatment Plants
- Power Plants
- Dams
- Ai
CE -471
Class #3 & 4
January 17 & 19, 2012
Instructor
Mike Kettlewell
[email protected]
Contract Documents
Agreement
Conditions of the Contract
(General and Special Conditions)
Plans
Specifications
Contract Time
Specified as Days
CENTROID &
MOMENTS OF
INERTIA
INERTIA
Centroid And Moment Of Inertia
For Composite Areas
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to apply the parallel-axis
Be
theorem
theorem
Be able to determine the moment of
Be
inertia for composite areas
inertia
PRE-REQ
FRICTION
Dry Friction
Dry
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to understand the
Be
characteristics of dry friction
characteristics
Be able to draw a FBD including
Be
friction
friction
Be able to solve problems
Be
involving friction
involving
PRE-REQUI
CENTER OF
GRAVITY AND
CENTROID
Composite Bodies
Composite
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to determine the location of
Be
the center of gravity, center of mass,
or the centroid using the method of
composite bodies
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISI
INTERNAL
FORCES
FORCES
Relationships Between Load, Shear
and Bending Moment
and
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to identify the relationship
Be
between the externally applied load,
and the internally generated shear
force and bending moment
force
PR
INTERNAL
FORCES
FORCES
Shear Force and Bending Moment
Equations and Diagrams
Equations
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to draw shear force and
Be
bending moment diagrams for
beams
beams
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurement
Tr
INTERNAL FORCES
INTERNAL
Internal Forces Developed in Structural Members
Internal
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to use the method of sections for
Be
determining internal forces in 2-D load case
determining
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Unit
STRUCTURAL
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
Frames and Machines
Frames
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to draw the free body
Be
diagram of a frame or machine and
its members
its
Be able to determine the forces acting
Be
at the joints and supports of a frame
or ma
STRUCTURAL
ANALYSIS
Method of Sections
Method
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to determine the forces in
Be
members of a simple truss using the
method of sections
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurement
Trigonometry concepts
Re
STRUCTURAL
ANALYSIS
Method Of Joints
Method
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to define a simple truss
Be able to determine the forces in
Be
members of a simple truss using
the method of joints
the
Be able to identify the zero-force
Be
members
membe
RIGID BODY
EQUILIBRIUM 3-D
EQUILIBRIUM
Equilibrium of Rigid Body in 3-D
Equilibrium
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to identify support reactions in
Be
3-D and draw a free body diagram
3-D
Be able to identify an indeterminate
Be
system
system
Be a
RIGID BODY
EQUILIBRIUM
EQUILIBRIUM
Rigid Body Equilibrium 2-D
Rigid
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to recognize two-force
Be
members
members
Be able to apply equations of
Be
equilibrium to solve for unknowns
equilibrium
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE
FORCE SYSTEM
RESULTANTS
RESULTANTS
Reduction of a Simply Distributed Load
Reduction
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to find an equivalent force for a
Be
simply distributed load
simply
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurement
Units
FORCE SYSTEM
RESULTANTS
RESULTANTS
Equivalent System
Equivalent
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to find an equivalent force-couple
Be
system for a system of forces and couples
system
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurement
Trigo
FORCE SYSTEM
RESULTANTS
MOMENT OF A COUPLE
MOMENT
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to define a couple
Be able to determine the moment of a
Be
couple
couple
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurements
Trigonometry concepts
Vector c
FORCE SYSTEM
RESULTANTS
MOMENT ABOUT AN AXIS
MOMENT
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to determine the moment of a
Be
force about a specified axis using scalar
and vector methods
and
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurements
Trigon
MOMENT OF A FORCE
MOMENT
SCALAR AND VECTOR
SCALAR
FORMULATION
FORMULATION
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to understand and define moment
Be able to determine the moment of a force
Be
in 2-D and 3-D cases
in
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
KNOWLEDGE
Units
3-D EQUILIBRIUM
OF A PARTICLE
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to draw a free body
Be
diagram (FBD).
diagram
Be able to apply equations of
Be
equilibrium to solve a 3-D
problem.
problem
PRE-REQUISITE
KNOWLEDGE
KNOWLEDGE
Units of measurements
Trigo
2-D EQUILIBRIUM OF
A PARTICLE
PARTICLE
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to draw a free body diagram (FBD).
Be able to apply equations of equilibrium to solve a 2-
D problem.
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of measurements.
Trigonometry
Force Vectors
Force
Dot Product
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LEARNING
Be able to determine an angle between
Be
two vectors.
two
Be able to determine the projection of a
Be
vector along a specified line.
vector
PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
PRE-REQUISITE
Units of meas
CE -471
Class # 14
Thursday February 23, 2012
Concrete Construction
Chapter 12 (Part -2)
Concrete Construction Practices
Concrete batching
Mixing
Transporting
Placing
Consolidating
Finishing
Curing
Cold Weather and Hot Weather Considerations
Transporting
CE -471
Class # 13
Tuesday February 21, 2012
Concrete Construction
Chapter 12
(partial)
Chapter 12
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
Construction Applications of
Concrete
One of the most versatile and widely used
construction materials
Used in highways, airfields,
CE -471
Class # 8
Thursday February 2, 2012
Compacting and Finishing
Chapter 5
Principles of Compaction
Compaction is the process of increasing the
density of a soil by mechanically forcing the soil
particles closer together, thereby expelling air
from t