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Notes from Chapter 2 and chapter 3 Lecture Material.
These notes cover all of chapter two. They include sample problems from class, but more in much more depth. There is also a formula sheet composed of all the formulas used in chapter 2. These notes offer commentary and a step by step basis on how to solve problems. They are color coded to make life easier.
I created a much more detailed version of notes from the forces and equilibrium chapter.
all about moments.
finding a moment about a point, about an axis, finding a couple moment
force equilibrium systems, in 3D and 2D
cross product, dot product, triple product all that fun
in class, we basically started with chapter 2, which was all about basic vector things. position vectors, notation, resultant forces, unit vectors, etc. chapter e focused on applying what we learned i
just really short summary of chapter 3
a summary of chapters 2-4 which will be on the first exam for statics.
these notes cover all of chapter 5. chapter 5 is where statics actually starts happening. we are no longer dealing with particles, we are dealing with rigid bodies. this chapter is the introduction on how to do this.
these notes cover everything we talked about in class regarding chapter 6. trusses (method of joints and sections), frames, and machines.
These notes cover chapter 5: equilibrium of rigid bodies, 6: trusses, frames, and machines, and 7: internal loading, shear force, and bending moment diagrams
a couple example problems as well as a study guide
support reactions, trusses, frames, machines, internal loading, shear force and bending moment diagrams
centroids, center of mass, gravity, volume, area, surface area, pappus-guldinus theorem
these notes cover the first part of chapter 10; everything up until the parallel axis theorem.
final study guide! lots of practice problems involving friction, center of mass, moments of inertia, trusses, frames, tension, vectors, cross product, shear and bending moment diagrams, loading, beams and all that fun.