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Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
MAIN GOALS OF THIS CHAPTER:
0 To develop the equations of equilibrium for a rigid body.
0 To introduce the concept of the free—body diagram for a rigid body.
0 To show how to solve rigid body equilibrium problems using the equa

Friction
MAIN GOALS OF THIS CHAPTER:
0 To introduce the concept of dry friction and show how to analyze the equilibrium of rigid bodies subjected to
this force.
0 To present speciﬁc applications of frictional force analysis on wedges, screws, belts and be

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CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
In Chapter 1, we developed the method for finding the normal stress in axially
loaded members. In this chapter we will discuss how to determine the
deformation of these members, and we will also develop a method for fi

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4.3 Principle of Superposition
The principle of superposition is often used to determine the stress or
displacement at a point in a member when the member is subjected to a
complicated loading. By subdividing the loading into co

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4.2 Elastic Deformation of an Axially
Loaded Member
Using Hooke’s law and the definitions of stress and strain, we will now
develop an equation that can be used to determine the elastic
deformation of a member subjected to axi

FRAMES AND MACHINES
Today s Objectives:
Students will be able to:
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.
In-Class Activities:
Check Homework, i

Force Vectors
MAIN GOALS OF THIS CHAPTER
In this chapter we deﬁne scalars, vectors and vector operations and use them to analyze forces acting on objects
Speciﬁcally:
0 To show how to add forces and resolve them into components.
0 To express force and pos

SIMPLIFICATION OF FORCE AND COUPLE SYSTEMS
& FURTHER SIMPLIFICATION OF A
FORCE AND COUPLE SYSTEM
Today s Objectives:
Students will be able to:
a) Determine the effect of moving a
force.
b) Find an equivalent force-couple system
for a system of forces and

MECHANICS, UNITS, NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS &
GENERAL PROCEDURE FOR ANALYSIS
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
a) Explain mechanics / statics.
b) Work with two types of units.
In-Class activities:
c) Round the final answer appropriately. Reading Q

MOMENT ABOUT AN AXIS
Today s Objectives:
Students will be able to determine the moment of a
force about an axis using
In-Class Activities:
a) scalar analysis, and
b) vector analysis.
Check Homework
Reading Quiz
Applications
Scalar Analysis
Vector Ana

THE METHOD OF SECTIONS
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to determine:
1. Forces in truss members using the
method of sections.
In-Class Activities:
Check Homework, if any
Reading Quiz
Applications
Method of Sections
Concept Quiz
Group Proble

MOMENT OF A FORCE (SCALAR FORMULATION),
CROSS PRODUCT, MOMENT OF A FORCE (VECTOR
FORMULATION), & PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS
Today s Objectives :
Students will be able to:
a) understand and define moment, and,
b) determine moments of a force in 2-D and
3-D cases

MOMENT OF A COUPLE
Today s Objectives:
Students will be able to
a) define a couple, and,
b) determine the moment of a couple.
In-Class activities:
Check Homework
Reading Quiz
Applications
Moment of a Couple
Concept Quiz
Group Problem Solving
Attent

REDUCTION OF A SIMPLE DISTRIBUTED LOADING
Today s Objectives:
Students will be able to determine an
equivalent force for a distributed load.
In-Class Activities:
Check Homework
Reading Quiz
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Applications
Equivalent Force
Concept Quiz
Group Problem

4.8 RESULTANTS OF A FORCE AND COUPLE SYSTEM
4.8 Resultants of a Force and
Couple System
When a rigid body is subjected to a system of forces and couple moments, it
is often simpler to study the external effects on the body by replacing the
system by an eq

Center of Gravity and Centroid
MAIN GOALS OF THIS CHAPTER:
0 To discuss the concept of the center of gravity, center of mass, and the centroid.
- To show how to determine the location of the center of gravity and centroid for amsystem of discrete particle

Chapter 2: Strain
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Normal Strain:
The normal
Mechanics

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The steel rod shown in Fig. 4—12a has a diameter of 5 mm. It is
attached to the fixed wall at A, and before it is loaded, there is a gap
between the wall at B' and the rod of 1 mm. Determine

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Assignment #2
Question 1:
Thickness measurements of a coating process are made to the nearest hundredth of a
millimeter.
The thickness measurements are uniformly distributed with values 0.15, 0.16, 0.17, 0.18, and
0.19.
Determine the mean and var

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Ryerson University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EES 512 Midterm Examination: Electric Circuits
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March 2015
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