Statics for Engineering Technology
This course applies vector algebra and trigonometry to the analysis of statically determinate structures. Students will utilize Newtonian physics and mechanics of rigid bodies to apply the concepts of static equilibrium and free body diagram. These are used to analyze two-dimensional structural elements and the loads applied on them. The structural elements are idealized as simple beams, frames, cantilevered beams and trusses carrying point, uniformly distributed and linearly varying loads.
Intake W18 Feb
Start Date Feb 01 / 2018
End Date May 10 / 2018
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