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# School of Civil and Environmental

Engineering
NUST Institute of Civil Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-20 Date of Issue: 04-10-2012

Lesson Plan

## COURSE CODE: CE-101

COURSE NAME: ENGINEERING MECHANICS
CREDIT HOURS: Theory = 2.5
Practical = 0.5
Total =3
CONTACT HOURS: Theory = 48
Practical = 16
Total = 64
PREREQUISITE: NONE
MODE OF TEACHING:
Instruction: Three hours of lecture per week 83.33%
Practical/ Laboratory Demonstration: Three hours of Lab work per week 16.66%
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is setup to introduce students with basic concepts of Engineering mechanics based on
equilibrium, principles and application of forces, calculation of resultants, geometrical properties related
to different shapes and their application in Civil Engineering. Further to this an introduction to simple
dynamics is given to the students.
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
The students willTo understand concepts of engineering mechanics, which haveand its direct and indirect
applications in the field of Civil Engineering.

## RELEVANT PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs):

The course is designed so that students will achieve the PLOs:

## 1 Engineering Knowledge:  7 Environment and Sustainability: ☐

2 Problem Analysis: ☐ 8 Ethics: ☐
3 Design/Development of Solutions: ☐ 9 Individual and Team Work: ☐
4 Investigation: ☐ 1 Communication: ☐
0
5 Modern Tool Usage: ☐ 1 Project Management: ☐
1
6 The Engineer and Society: ☐ 1 Lifelong Learning: ☐
2
School of Civil and Environmental
Engineering
NUST Institute of Civil Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-20 Date of Issue: 04-10-2012

Lesson Plan

## COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLOs):

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
Taxonomy
S.No CLO Domain PLO
Level
Understand concepts of force and moment
vectors with complete grasp of knowledge on its
1 Cognitive 23 1
components and applications.engineering
mechanics
Understand and Application and determination
of calculate the geometric properties of
2 Cognitive 3 1
areasApplication of engineering mechanics to
civil engineering problems
Practice the concepts of engineering mechanics
33 ApplyUnderstand the basics about beam and PsychomotorCognitive 33 -1
trusses for calculation of reactions at the supports
Understand friction, virtual work and its
4 Cognitive 23 1
applications.
Perform experiments on forces, moments,
5 Psychomotor 3 -
friction and their physical applications.

PRACTICAL APPLICATION:

This course is the first Engineering oriented course in the first semester. The course will make
the foundation of critical and analytical Engineering knowledge of Civil Engineering students.
The very first step in every design or analysis problem of Civil Engineering, forces and
geometrical properties are first things to tackle. ThereforeTherefore, engineering mechanics
creates ability in students to analyse or design the structures by calculation of loads and
properties of structural elements.

## TOPICSCOVERED WITH THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO PLOs:

Theory:
Week
Topic
/Lecture
Forces and Moments, (polygon law and funicular polygon to be included)
1-3
Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies (including resultant and resolution of co-planner forces)
4-5
School of Civil and Environmental
Engineering
NUST Institute of Civil Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-20 Date of Issue: 04-10-2012

Lesson Plan

## Geometrical Properties of Plane Areas, (Including calculation of centroids and moments

6-9 of intertiainertia for simple and complex configurations, shifting of member moment of
inertia to non-parallel global axis)
10-13 Friction, (problems involving flat and curved surfaces)
Basics about beams, trusses & reactions, (Conditions for creation of reactions at typical
14-15
supports)
Application Introduction of to Principles of Dynamics including examples
16
17 End semester Exam
Practicals:

No. Practicals
a. To determine the surface area and volume of steel cabinet and wooden cube in CGS,
1
MKS, FPS and SI system of unit.
2 b. To determine the tension in various points of hanging rope loaded at different points.
3 c. To verify the principal of moments.
4 d. To verify the law of Polygon of forces.
e. To verify the law of friction between various surfaces and to find out the coefficient of
5
friction.
f. Determine the centre of gravity (Centroid) of various objects by analytical solution
6
and experimental Observations.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

## Engineering Mechanics – Statics and Dynamics by R.C.Hibbeler.

Vector Mechanics for Engineers by Ferdinand P. Beer and E. Russell Johnston.

1. OHTs 30%
2. Assignments 10%
3. Quizzes 10%
4. Final 50%
School of Civil and Environmental
Engineering
NUST Institute of Civil Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-20 Date of Issue: 04-10-2012

Lesson Plan

## Prepared By(Instructor) Lec Norma Ali KhanBilal Ahmad

Dr. Rao Arsalan Khushnood/ Dr Muhammad
Reviewed By(LQEC)
UsmanWasimKhaliq
Approved By(Assoc Dean) Dr.Liaqat Ali