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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING and ARCHITECTURE


HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY
Course Code:

ESEMECH

Course Description:

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

No. of Units:

Lecture 5

No. of Contact Hours per Week:

5 Hour Lecture

Prerequisite Subject:

Integral Calculus
Physics 1

Course Description:

Statics and dynamics; operations with the free body


concepts; equilibrium of coplanar and non-coplanar force
systems; analysis of frames and trusses; friction; centroids
and moment of inertia; motion of particles and rigid bodies;
force, mass and acceleration.

Course Objectives:

1.

To know and to apply the basic concepts of mechanics


and the principles relating force and its components,
moments and Newton's Law of Motion.

2.

To demonstrate knowledge on procedures on how to


analyze forces acting on structures.

3.

To discover the physics of rectilinear, curvilinear and


rotating bodies.

References:

ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS AND DYNAMICS; R.


Hibbeler; Pearson, New Jersey; 2007
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS: STATICS; F. Beer;
McGraw-Hill, Boston; 2007
ENGINEERING MECHANICS: PRINCIPLES OF STATICS AND
DYNAMICS; R. Hibbeler; Pearson, New Jersey; 2006
ENGINEERING MECHANICS:
Pearson, Singapore; 2005

DYNAMICS;

A.

Bedford;

ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS; A. Bedford; Pearson,


Singapore; 2005
ENGINEERING MECHANICS; J. Meriam;
Jersey; 2004

John Wiley, New

ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS; R. Hibbeler; Pearson,


New Jersey; 2004
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS: STATICS
DYNAMICS; F. Beer; McGraw-Hill, Boston; 2004

AND

ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS STUDY PACK; A.


Bedford; Prentice Hall, New Jersey; 2002

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References: (Cont)

ENGINEERING MECHANICS: DYNAMICS; A. Pytel; Thomson,


Australia; 1999
ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS; A. Pytel; Thomson,
Australia; 1999
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS: DYNAMICS; F. Beer;
McGraw-Hill, Boston; 1999
APPLIED MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY; K.
Walker; Prentice Hall, New Jersey; 1997
ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS; I. Shames; Prentice
Hall, New Jersey; 1997
ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS AND DYNAMICS; I.
Shames; Prentice Hall, New Jersey; 1997
ENGINEERING MECHANICS: DYNAMICS;
Prentice Hall, New Jersey; 1996

I.

Shames;

ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS AND DYNAMICS; A.


Pytel; Harper Collins, New York; 1996
Course Requirements:

3 Major Examinations
6 Quizzes (Minimum)
Assignments
Recitations

Grading System:

Please refer to College-based Grading System

LEARNING CONTENT
PRINCIPLES OF STATICS

Introduction

Force Systems

Free-Body Diagrams

Scalar and Vector Quantities


RESULTANT OF FORCE SYSTEMS

Forces and Components

Resultant of Concurrent Force Systems

Moment of a Force; Varignon's Theorem

Parallel Forces

Non- Concurrent Forces


EQUILIBRIUM OF FORCE SYSTEMS

Concurrent Force System

Parallel Force Systems

Non - Concurrent Force System

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Week

Hours

2-3

10

LEARNING CONTENT

Week

Hours

ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES

Method of Joints and Sections

Redundant Members

Three - Force Members

Methods of Members Applied to Frames

FRICTION

Angle of Friction

Wedges

Belt Friction

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
FORCE SYSTEMS IN SPACE

Resultant of Space Forces

Moment of A Force about an Axis

Equilibrium of Concurrent Space Systems

Equilibrium of Parallel Space Systems

Equilibrium of Non - Concurrent Space Systems


CENTROIDS

Determination of Centroids by Integration

Centroids of Lines

Centroids of Areas

Centroids of Bodies
MOMENT OF INERTIA

Moment of Inertia by Integration

Transfer Formula

Moment of Inertia of Composite Figures

Mass Moment of Inertia

7-8

10

9 - 10

10

11 - 12

10

MIDTERM EXAMINATION
RECTILINEAR TRANSLATION

Rectilinear Motion with Constant Acceleration

Freely Falling Bodies

Variable Acceleration

Dynamic Equilibrium in Translation

Kinetics

13 - 14

10

CURVILINEAR TRANSLATION

Curvilinear Motion of a Particle

Components of Acceleration

Projectiles

Dynamic Equilibrium

Kinetics

15 - 16

10

ROTATION

Constant and Variable Angular Acceleration

Kinetics of Rotation

Centroidal and Non-centroidal Rotation

17 - 18

10

FINAL EXAMINATION

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