## Course Content and Outcome Guide for ENGR 211 Effective Summer 2015

- Course Number:
- ENGR 211
- Course Title:
- Statics
- Credit Hours:
- 4
- Lecture Hours:
- 30
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- 20
- Lab Hours:
- 0
- Special Fee:
- $6.00

#### Course Description

Analysis of forces acting on particles and rigid bodies. Force systems, centroids, and moments of inertia are covered. Scientific, programmable, graphing calculator required. Prerequisites: MTH 252, PHY 211; ENGR 101. Audit available.#### Intended Outcomes for the course

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have

satisfactorily accomplished the goals and objectives listed in this

course content guide. Course content guides are developed by

collegewide Subject Area Curriculum Committees and approved by

management.

1.0 ANALYSIS OF FORCE SYSTEMS

Instructional Goal:

To understand two and three-dimensional force systems using the

principles and procedures of vector mechanics.

Objectives:

1.1.0 Apply vector algebra to solve 3-dimensional geometry

problems.

1.2.0 Calculate moments of forces.

1.3.0 Project forces and moments on to various axes.

1.4.0 Replace a force system by a resultant force-couple

combination.

1.5.0 Draw accurate free-body diagrams and write corresponding

equations of equilibrium.

1.6.0 Solve equilibrium equations for unknown forces and moments.

2.0 ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES

Instructional Goal:

To determine reactions and internal forces in various types of

structures.

Objectives:

2.1.0 Compute reactions and internal forces in two and

three-dimensional trusses.

2.2.0 Compute reactions and internal forces in frames and

machines.

2.3.0 Draw shearing force and bending moment diagrams for simple

beams.

2.4.0 Solve problems involving Coulomb friction.

3.0 CENTROIDS AND MOMENTS OF INERTIA

Instructional Goal:

To calculate properties of areas, volumes, and masses needed in the

solution of mechanics problems.

Objectives:

3.1.0 Locate centroids of areas and volumes by integration.

3.2.0 Locate centroids of areas and volumes by the composite

method.

3.3.0 Compute second moment of area and volume by integration.

3.4.0 Compute second moment of areas and volumes by the composite

method.

3.5.0 Compute mass moment of inertia of various plane and solid

bodies integration.

3.6.0 Compute mass moment of inertia of various plane and solid

bodies by composite method.

4.0 DISTRIBUTED FORCES

Instructional Goal:

To understand analytical procedures used with distributed forces.

Objectives:

4.1.0 Solve problems involving flexible cables.

4.2.0 Solve problems concerning bodies submerged in fluids.

5.0 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Instructional Goal:

To integrate the use of the computer or programmable calculator into the

solution of statics problems.

Objectives:

5.1.0 Demonstrate on selected homework assignments the ability to

solve computer-oriented statics problems with a computer or

programmable calculator.

#### Course Activities and Design

Emphasis is on problem-solving using the methods and concepts of statics. Principles and techniques are presented through lectures and

demonstrations. Students develop problem-solving skills during working sessions under the guidance of the instructor. Problems are assigned on a weekly basis for practice. Practical applications are made throughoutthe course by introducing many typical engineering analysis and design problems.

#### Outcome Assessment Strategies

Student progress is measured by performance on homework and on objective examinations covering appropriate types of problems. Details will be provided by the instructor at the initial class meeting.

#### Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)

Instructional Goals and Objectives: