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Azita Asayesh Damavandi
  Courses 

 Static(FALL_2017)

Aims:

Introduction to the mechanics of rigid bodies and analysis of loads in static equilibrium

Syllabus:

  • Basic concepts-rigid and deformable body-newtons laws-quantities and units-scalars and vectors-components of a vector-dot product and cross product of vectors.
  • Force- external and internal force- concentrated and distributed force- two dimensional force system- collinear forces- concurrent at a point forces- parallel forces- general forces- three dimensional force system
  • moment- varignons theorem- couple- force_couple system- resultants.
  • Equilibrium- equilibrium conditions- equilibrium of collinear forces, concurrent at a point forces, parallel forces, and general forces- two_ force member equilibrium - three_ force member equilibrium.
  • Mechanical system isolation- free body diagram- types of supports- statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems.
  • Plane trusses-truss analysis- method of joints
  • Truss analysis using method of sections.
  • Center of mass- centroids of lines, area and volumes-composite bodies and figures- theorems of pappus.
  • First moment of area- second moment of area (moment of inertia)- definitions- product of inertia- radius of gyration.
  • Transfer of axes- rotation of axes- Midterm test.
  • Beams- types of beams- concentrated and distributed forces.
  • Shear and moment relationships- shear force and bending moment diagrams for a beam.
  • Flexible cables- parabolic cables.
  • Friction- frictional phenomena- types of friction- dry friction- friction in flexible belts.
  • Principle of virtual work.
  • Problem solving

Text Book:

  • Engineering Statics, Hall & Arthur Stanley.
  • Engineering Mechanics Statics, Hibbeler


 Static(SPRING_2017)

Aims:

Introduction to the mechanics of rigid bodies and analysis of loads in static equilibrium

Syllabus:

  • Basic concepts-rigid and deformable body-newtons laws-quantities and units-scalars and vectors-components of a vector-dot product and cross product of vectors.
  • Force- external and internal force- concentrated and distributed force- two dimensional force system- collinear forces- concurrent at a point forces- parallel forces- general forces- three dimensional force system
  • moment- varignons theorem- couple- force_couple system- resultants.
  • Equilibrium- equilibrium conditions- equilibrium of collinear forces, concurrent at a point forces, parallel forces, and general forces- two_ force member equilibrium - three_ force member equilibrium.
  • Mechanical system isolation- free body diagram- types of supports- statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems.
  • Plane trusses-truss analysis- method of joints
  • Truss analysis using method of sections.
  • Center of mass- centroids of lines, area and volumes-composite bodies and figures- theorems of pappus.
  • First moment of area- second moment of area (moment of inertia)- definitions- product of inertia- radius of gyration.
  • Transfer of axes- rotation of axes- Midterm test.
  • Beams- types of beams- concentrated and distributed forces.
  • Shear and moment relationships- shear force and bending moment diagrams for a beam.
  • Flexible cables- parabolic cables.
  • Friction- frictional phenomena- types of friction- dry friction- friction in flexible belts.
  • Principle of virtual work.
  • Problem solving.

Text Book:

  • Engineering Statics, Hall & Arthur Stanley.
  • Engineering Mechanics Statics, Hibbeler


 Static(SPRING_2017)

Aims:

Introduction to the mechanics of rigid bodies and analysis of loads in static equilibrium

Syllabus:

  • Basic concepts-rigid and deformable body-newtons laws-quantities and units-scalars and vectors-components of a vector-dot product and cross product of vectors.
  • Force- external and internal force- concentrated and distributed force- two dimensional force system- collinear forces- concurrent at a point forces- parallel forces- general forces- three dimensional force system
  • moment- varignons theorem- couple- force_couple system- resultants.
  • Equilibrium- equilibrium conditions- equilibrium of collinear forces, concurrent at a point forces, parallel forces, and general forces- two_ force member equilibrium - three_ force member equilibrium.
  • Mechanical system isolation- free body diagram- types of supports- statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems.
  • Plane trusses-truss analysis- method of joints
  • Truss analysis using method of sections.
  • Center of mass- centroids of lines, area and volumes-composite bodies and figures- theorems of pappus.
  • First moment of area- second moment of area (moment of inertia)- definitions- product of inertia- radius of gyration.
  • Transfer of axes- rotation of axes- Midterm test.
  • Beams- types of beams- concentrated and distributed forces.
  • Shear and moment relationships- shear force and bending moment diagrams for a beam.
  • Flexible cables- parabolic cables.
  • Friction- frictional phenomena- types of friction- dry friction- friction in flexible belts.
  • Principle of virtual work.
  • Problem solving.

Text Book:

  • Engineering Statics, Hall & Arthur Stanley.
  • Engineering Mechanics Statics, Hibbeler


 Special Topics(FALL_2016)

Aims:

Introduction to technical textiles, manufacturing and properties

Syllabus:

  • technical textiles definition,history of technical textiles, classification of technical textiles, future of technical textiles
  • fibers used in technical textiles
  • fabrics used in technical textiles, 2d fabrics, 3d fabrics,spacer fabrics,
  • physical and mechanical properties of spacer fabric, technical textiles finishing
  • geotextiles, applications of geotextiles, geotextiles functions,
  • geotextiles materials and manufacturing
  • physical and mechanical properties of geotextiles
  • textile composite materials, reinforcement materials, matrix materials
  • classification of textile reinforcement structures, composite manufacturing
  • mechanical properties of composites
  • medical textiles, characteristics of medical textiles, classification of medical textiles(textiles for implantation, non-implantable textiles, textiles for extra corporeal devices, health care and hygiene products
  • materials used in medical textiles and manufacturing techniques
  • physical and mechanical properties of medical textiles
  • applications of filters, principles of filtration
  • textiles in dry filtration
  • textiles in liquid filtration

Text Book:

  • WELLINGTON SEARS HANDBOOK OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES”, Sabit Adanur, Technomic Pub, 1995
  • “Handbook of technical textiles”, A. R. Horrocks, S. Anand, Woodhead Pub, 2000.
  • “3D fibrous assemblies: properties, applications and modeling of three- dimensional textile structures”, Jinlian HU, Woodhead Publishing in Textiles, 2008.
  • Handbook of composite fabrication, Guneri Akovali, Rapra Technology Ltd,2001,


 Static(SPRING_2016)

Aims:

Introduction to the mechanics of rigid bodies and analysis of loads in static equilibrium

Syllabus:

  • Basic concepts-rigid and deformable body-newtons laws-quantities and units-scalars and vectors-components of a vector-dot product and cross product of vectors.
  • Force- external and internal force- concentrated and distributed force- two dimensional force system- collinear forces- concurrent at a point forces- parallel forces- general forces- three dimensional force system
  • moment- varignons theorem- couple- force_couple system- resultants.
  • Equilibrium- equilibrium conditions- equilibrium of collinear forces, concurrent at a point forces, parallel forces, and general forces- two_ force member equilibrium - three_ force member equilibrium.
  • Mechanical system isolation- free body diagram- types of supports- statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems.
  • Plane trusses-truss analysis- method of joints
  • Truss analysis using method of sections.
  • Center of mass- centroids of lines, area and volumes-composite bodies and figures- theorems of pappus.
  • First moment of area- second moment of area (moment of inertia)- definitions- product of inertia- radius of gyration.
  • Transfer of axes- rotation of axes- Midterm test.
  • Beams- types of beams- concentrated and distributed forces.
  • Shear and moment relationships- shear force and bending moment diagrams for a beam.
  • Flexible cables- parabolic cables.
  • Friction- frictional phenomena- types of friction- dry friction- friction in flexible belts.
  • Principle of virtual work.
  • Problem solving.

Text Book:

  • Engineering Statics, Hall & Arthur Stanley.
  • Engineering Mechanics Statics, Hibbeler


 Static(SPRING_2016)

Aims:

Introduction to the mechanics of rigid bodies and analysis of loads in static equilibrium

Syllabus:

  • Basic concepts-rigid and deformable body-newtons laws-quantities and units-scalars and vectors-components of a vector-dot product and cross product of vectors.
  • Force- external and internal force- concentrated and distributed force- two dimensional force system- collinear forces- concurrent at a point forces- parallel forces- general forces- three dimensional force system
  • moment- varignons theorem- couple- force_couple system- resultants.
  • Equilibrium- equilibrium conditions- equilibrium of collinear forces, concurrent at a point forces, parallel forces, and general forces- two_ force member equilibrium - three_ force member equilibrium.
  • Mechanical system isolation- free body diagram- types of supports- statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems.
  • Plane trusses-truss analysis- method of joints
  • Truss analysis using method of sections.
  • Center of mass- centroids of lines, area and volumes-composite bodies and figures- theorems of pappus.
  • First moment of area- second moment of area (moment of inertia)- definitions- product of inertia- radius of gyration.
  • Transfer of axes- rotation of axes- Midterm test.
  • Beams- types of beams- concentrated and distributed forces.
  • Shear and moment relationships- shear force and bending moment diagrams for a beam.
  • Flexible cables- parabolic cables.
  • Friction- frictional phenomena- types of friction- dry friction- friction in flexible belts.
  • Principle of virtual work.
  • Problem solving.

Text Book:

  • Engineering Statics, Hall & Arthur Stanley.
  • Engineering Mechanics Statics, Hibbeler


 
 
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