### CEE 1100 OL1

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# Civil & Environmental Engr: Statics

## CEE 1100 OL1 (CRN: 61091)

### 3 Credit Hours

Fundamentals of statics; composition and resolution of forces; the analysis of force systems in two and three dimensions; and centroids and moments of inertia. Credit not awarded for both CEE 1100 and CEE 1150. Prerequisites: MATH 1248 or MATH 1242; PHYS 1500.

### Notes

Pre-reqs: MATH 1248 or MATH 1242; PHYS 1500; Asynchronous online

### Section Description

The basic principles and application of rigid-body mechanics to the statics of particles are studied in this course. Two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) forces acting on rigid bodies, moments, vector operations, equilibrium of a particle and equilibrium of a rigid body in 2D and 3D and free body diagrams are studied. Structural analysis including simple trusses, frames, cables and introduction to shear and bending-moment diagrams are included. Frictional forces, wedges, screws, and the concept of center of gravity and centroid, moment of inertia and radius of gyration are also studied. It is expected that the students will develop critical thinking skills to successfully formulate solutions for the statics problems. Upon completion of CEE 1100 Statics, students will be able to: 1. Define Statics as a fundamental field of rigid body mechanics concerning particles and bodies in static equilibrium. 2. Identify forces and support reactions acting on particles and rigid bodies in 2-D and 3-D systems and draw accurate free body diagrams. 3. Apply Newton's Laws of Motion to solve for unknown forces and support reactions on particles and rigid bodies in 2-D and 3-D systems, i.e., trusses, frames and machines. 4. Determine the centroid, center of mass, center of gravity and area moment of inertia in complex shapes using composite shapes and integration. ABET outcome: #1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics

### Evaluation

GRADING: Assigned Reading from the Textbook 3% (textbook chapters will be assigned weekly via Connect) Participation and Attendance 7% (online discussions via Yellowdig) Quizzes 10% (several quizzes will be assigned weekly via Connect and Brightspace) Homework 15% (one HW will be assigned each week) Midterm Exams 40% (two exams, each counts 20%, proctored through Respondus Monitor) Final Exam 25% (proctored through Respondus Monitor) ----------------------------- Total 100% The minimum passing grade is 62%. Other grades will be assigned as shown below. Letter Grade Numerical Grade A+ >95 A 92-95 A- 89-92 B+ 86-89 B 83-86 B- 80-83 C+ 77-80 C 74-77 C- 71-74 D+ 68-71 D 65-68 D- 62-65 F <62 A statistical scale may be used at the instructor's judgment in addition to the above scale.

### Class Times

#### May 20, 2024 to June 28, 2024

##### Location

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