Civil Engineering Dept.
Dr. Onur Avci
HOMEWORK 10
1) Draw the shear and bending moment diagrams.
Statics CVEN213
Due: Dec 25th, 2014
2) In the figure, the brick loading is represented as 1.2 kips/ft l
CE 213 - Statics
Lecture 2
Contents
Vector Operations
Multiplication and Division of Vectors
Addition of Vectors
Subtraction of vectors
Resolution of a Vector
Vector Addition of Forces
Analysis of Pro
CE 213 - Statics
Lecture 10
FORCE SYSTEM RESULTANTS
So far, we know that for a particle to be in equilibrium, the
resultant of the force system acting on the particle is to be
equal to zero. That is:
CE 213 - Statics
Lecture 4
CARTESIAN VECTORS
We knew how to represent vectors in the form of
Cartesian vectors in two dimensions. In this section,
we will look into how vectors can be represented in
C
CE 213 - Statics
Lecture 7
EQUILIBRIUM OF A PARTICLE
CONDITION FOR THE EQUILIBRIUM OF A PARTICLE
A particle is in EQUILIBRIUM if:
1.it is at rest, OR
2.it is moving with constant velocity
The term "EQ
CE 213 - Statics
Lecture 1
Contents
Basic Principles (Chapter 1)
Mechanics
Basic Quantities
Newtons Laws of Motion
Newtons Law of Gravitational Attraction
Units of Measurement
Force Vectors (Chapter
Civil Engineering Dept.
Dr. Onur Avci
1)
HOMEWORK 1
Statics CVEN213
Due Date: Oct.2nd 2014
2)
Please see the figure. You are asked to resolve F1 and F2 into its components along the u and v axes.
3)
W
(Moment of a Force on a Rigid Body)
4.8 FURTHER SIMPLIFICATION OF
A FORCE AND COUPLE SYSTEM
If a force is to be moved from one point
to another, then the external effects of
the force should remain th
Civil Engineering Dept.
Dr. Onur Avci
HOMEWORK 9
Statics CVEN213
Due: December 14, 2014
1) Draw the shear and bending moment diagrams for w=100 N/m.
2)
3)
4)
Draw the shear and bending moment diagrams
CE 213 - Statics
Lecture 3
ADDITION OF A SYSTEM OF COPLANNAR FORCES
If we have more than two forces, the resultant can
be determined by successive applications of the
parallelogram law.
R1=F1+F2
F1
R2