


Azita Asayesh Damavandi


Courses

Static(FALL_2017)
Aims:
Introduction to the mechanics of rigid bodies and analysis of loads in static equilibrium
Syllabus:
 Basic conceptsrigid and deformable bodynewtons lawsquantities and unitsscalars and vectorscomponents of a vectordot 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 trussestruss analysis method of joints
 Truss analysis using method of sections.
 Center of mass centroids of lines, area and volumescomposite 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 conceptsrigid and deformable bodynewtons lawsquantities and unitsscalars and vectorscomponents of a vectordot 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 trussestruss analysis method of joints
 Truss analysis using method of sections.
 Center of mass centroids of lines, area and volumescomposite 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 conceptsrigid and deformable bodynewtons lawsquantities and unitsscalars and vectorscomponents of a vectordot 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 trussestruss analysis method of joints
 Truss analysis using method of sections.
 Center of mass centroids of lines, area and volumescomposite 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, nonimplantable 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 conceptsrigid and deformable bodynewtons lawsquantities and unitsscalars and vectorscomponents of a vectordot 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 trussestruss analysis method of joints
 Truss analysis using method of sections.
 Center of mass centroids of lines, area and volumescomposite 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 conceptsrigid and deformable bodynewtons lawsquantities and unitsscalars and vectorscomponents of a vectordot 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 trussestruss analysis method of joints
 Truss analysis using method of sections.
 Center of mass centroids of lines, area and volumescomposite 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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