17-May-16
Force Systems, Equilibrium and Free Body Diagram
Course Objective
Students will be able to
Understand different force systems
Understand, define and determine moment of a force
Define a couple and determine the moment of a couple
Identify s

19-Jul-16
Center of Gravity, Center of Mass and Centroid
Course Objective
Student will understand the concepts of
center of gravity, center of mass and centroid
Determination of these points for a system of
particles or a body
Center of Gravity, Center

Student ID:
Name:
Problem
North South University
Assignment Two
Force Method
Trusses
CEE 331: Structural Analysis II
Summer 2016
Submission date: 6-6-2016
Calculate the member
forces of all members
of the truss. Of course
at first determine the
redundants

19-Jun-16
Friction
Course Objective
Students will be able to
Understand the concept of dry friction
Solve problems involving friction
Friction
Frictional Force
Friction is a force that resists the movement of
two contacting surfaces that slide relativ

Amino acid oxidation and
the production of urea
Amino acids are the final class of biomolecules whose
oxidation makes a significant contribution to the
generation of metabolic energy.
In
animals, amino acids can undergo oxidative
degradation in three dif

CEE210
Engineering Mechanics
Assignment #2
Due Date: 09/06/2016
1. The members of a truss are pin connected at joint O. Determine the magnitude of F1 and its angle for
equilibrium. Set F2 = 6 kN.
[ = 4.69o, F1 = 4.31 kN]
2. Determine the moment of each of

CEE210
Assignment #1
Engineering Mechanics
Summer2016
Due Date: 24/05/2016
1. Resolve the force F1 and F2 into components acting along the u and v axes and determine the magnitudes of
the components.
[F1u = 205 N, F1v = 160 N, F2u = 376 N, F2v = 482 N]
2.

09-May-16
Mechanics, Resultant and Components of Force
Course Objective
Students will be able to
Add two or more vectors to obtain the
resultant
Resolve
a
force
vector
into
two
components
Mechanics
Study the effect of forces upon material
bodies
Furt

CEE210
Engineering Mechanics
Assignment #3
Summer2016
Due Date: 21/06/2016
1. Determine the force in each member of the Pratt truss, and state if the members are in tension or
compression. [FJD = 33.3 kN (T), FAL = FGH = FLK = FHI = 28.3 kN (C), FAB = FGF

CSE115
Computing Concepts
Monday, February 01,
2010
CSE115: Lecture 1
1
Chapter 1: Introduction
Overview:
Misconception about Computer Science
whats Computer Science
algorithms
the importance of algorithmic problem
solving
how the rest of the book is

Beam: Stiffness Method
Basic concepts
P1
M
A
L
2
B
L
2
P3
P2
C
L
2
L
2
Step 1:
Identify Nodes. Here three nodes are identified. A, B and C.
Determine the degrees of freedom (dof)
In this example, dof = 2, which are rotations at point B and point C.
B
A
D1

Department of Biology and
Chemistry
BBT 205
METABOLISM I
Facultys Name: Ishrat Jabeen
Initial: IJn
Bioenergetics and Metabolism
Metabolism is a highly coordinated and directed
cell activity.
The main functions include
To obtain chemical energy by capturin

Flexibility method
Also called the force method
Generalization of the Maxwell Mohr method,
developed by J C Maxwell in 1864 and O. C. Mohr in
1874
Statically indeterminate structures are analyzed by
writing compatibility equations in terms of flexibility

Chapter 10: Compilers and
Language Translation
Invitation to Computer Science,
C+ Version, Fourth Edition
Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn about
The compilation process
Phase I: Lexical analysis
Phase II: Parsing
Phase III: Semantics and code ge

19-Jun-16
Trusses and Frames
Course Objective
Students will be able to
Determine the forces in the members of a truss
using the method of joints and the method of
sections
Analyze the forces acting on the members of
frames composed of pin-connected mem

Chapter 5: Computer Systems
Organization
Invitation to Computer Science,
C+ Version, Fourth Edition
Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn about
The components of a computer system
Putting all the pieces togetherthe Von
Neumann architecture
Non-Von Ne

Chapter 4: The Building
Blocks: Binary Numbers,
Boolean Logic, and Gates
Invitation to Computer Science,
C+ Version, Fourth Edition
Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn about
The binary numbering system
Boolean logic and gates
Building computer circ

Student ID:
Name:
Problem
North South University
Assignment Three
Stiffness Method
Beams
CEE 331: Structural Analysis II
Summer 2016
7-11-2016
Calculate the unknown
force components at
the degrees of freedom
locations
Take EI = 60x106 N.m2
for all members

Chapter 13: Electronic
Commerce and Information
Security
Invitation to Computer Science,
C+ Version, Third Edition
Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn about:
E-commerce
Databases
Information security
Invitation to Computer Science, C+ Version, Thir

North South University
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)
CEE 210: Engineering Mechanics
Summer 2016
Course Outline
Course Instructor: S M Ashfaqul Hoq
Senior Lecturer, CEE
Room#SAC 728, Mobile: 01712162321
Email: [email protected]

CEE210
Assignment # 4
Engineering Mechanics
Summer2016
Due Date:28/07/2016
1. Locate the centroid of the area included between the parabola y 2 = 8x, the y - axis and the
line y = 8 in.
( = 2.4, = 6 )
2. Find the coordinates of the centroid of the area bo

Moment of Inertia
Course Objective
Student will be able to understand the concept
and
Determine the Moments of Inertia for areas
Apply the parallel axis theorem for an area
Determine Radius of Gyration of an area
Determine the Moments of Inertia for

CSC115
Chapter 3
The Efficiency of Algorithms
1
Chapter Overview
Points to Learn:
What are the desired algorithm attributes.
The Gauss method
Identifying the right algorithm for a job
Data cleanup algorithms
Shuffle left algorithm
Copy over algorit

The Citric Acid Cycle/ Tricarboxylic
acid / Krebs cycle
Catabolism of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates occur
in the three stages of cellular respiration.
Figure 15.1
Production of Acetate
Pyruvate
is formed from glucose by the glycolysis which is
then co

Glycolysis and the catabolism of
Hexoses
Glycolysis means the degradation of
glucose in a series of enzyme-catalyzed
reactions to yield 2 molecules of pyruvate.
During the sequential reactions of glycolysis
some of the free energy is released from
glucose

Center of Gravity, Center of Mass and Centroid
Course Objective
Student will understand the concepts of
center of gravity, center of mass and centroid
Determination of these points for a system of
particles or a body
Center of Gravity, Center of Mass an

CSE 115 Various Algorithms
Chapter 3
Nova Ahmed
Spring 2011
Selection sort
The idea is simple
We start from the end of the list and exchange
last item with the largest item (if needed)
Continue this way from end to beginning
57283
57238
53278
Algorithm

Chapter 7: Computer
Networks, the Internet, and
the World Wide Web
Invitation to Computer Science,
C+ Version, Third Edition
Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn about
Basic networking concepts
Communication protocols
Network services and benefits
I

CSE 115
Chapter 2 (Cont)
Examples of Algorithmic
Problem Solving
CSE115
1
Example 1: Sequential Search
Problem: Searching for a particular persons name in a
telephone book.
Formal Problem Specification:
Lets say that we have a list of 10,000 unsorted n

Oxidative phosphorylation and
photophosphorylation
Introduction
Oxidative phosphorylation:
Synthesis of ATP driven by electron transfer to oxygen.
In eukaryotes, this occurs in the mitochondria.
It involves the reduction of O2 to H2O with electrons
donate