TAM 211 - Statics

Spring 2021

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD236206OD00900 - 0950 T    Yaswanth Sai Jetti
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD336207OD01000 - 1050 T    Yaswanth Sai Jetti
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD436208OD01100 - 1150 T    Yaswanth Sai Jetti
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD536209OD01200 - 1250 T    Bellona Gao
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD636210OD01300 - 1350 T    Bellona Gao
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD736211OD01300 - 1350 W    Boqiang Qian
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD838775OD01400 - 1450 W    Boqiang Qian
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AD958234OD01500 - 1550 W    Boqiang Qian
Introduction to StaticsTAM210ADA63234OD01600 - 1650 W    Jaekwang Kim
Introduction to StaticsTAM210AE136212OLC21100 - 1150 M W F    Wayne Chang
StaticsTAM211AD236214OD00900 - 0950 T    Yaswanth Sai Jetti
StaticsTAM211AD336215OD01000 - 1050 T    Yaswanth Sai Jetti
StaticsTAM211AD436216OD01100 - 1150 T    Yaswanth Sai Jetti
StaticsTAM211AD536217OD01200 - 1250 T    Bellona Gao
StaticsTAM211AD636218OD01300 - 1350 T    Bellona Gao
StaticsTAM211AD736219OD01300 - 1350 W    Boqiang Qian
StaticsTAM211AD838776OD01400 - 1450 W    Boqiang Qian
StaticsTAM211AD958237OD01500 - 1550 W    Boqiang Qian
StaticsTAM211ADA63237OD01600 - 1650 W    Jaekwang Kim
StaticsTAM211AE136220OLC31100 - 1150 M W F    Wayne Chang

Official Description

Forces, moments, and couples; resultants of force systems; equilibrium analysis and free-body diagrams; analysis of forces acting on members of trusses, frames, etc.; shear-force and bending-moment distributions; Coulomb friction; centroids, center of mass, moment of inertia, polar moment of inertia, and product of inertia; virtual work; hydrostatic pressure; applications of statics in design. Course Information: Credit is not given for both TAM 211 and TAM 210. Prerequisite: PHYS 211; credit or concurrent registration in MATH 241. Class Schedule Information: Students must register for one discussion and one lecture section.

Detailed Course Description

Forces, moments, and couples; resultants of force systems; equilibrium analysis and free-body diagrams; analysis of forces acting on members of trusses, frames, etc.; shear-force and bending-moment distributions; Coulomb friction; centroids, center of mass, moment of inertia, polar moment of inertia, and product of inertia; virtual work; hydrostatic pressure; applications of statics in design. Credit is not given for both TAM 211 and TAM 210. Prerequisite: PHYS 211; credit or concurrent registration in MATH 241. undergraduate 3 hours.

Topics:

Review of vector algebra (2 hr)
Forces, moments, couples (2 hr)
Equilibrium, equipollent systems, resultants, distributed forces (5 hr)
Equilibrium analysis, free-body diagrams, practical examples (6 hr)
Trusses, methods of joint and sections (3 hr)
Multi-force members, shear-force and bending-moment diagrams (4 hr)
Statics and structural design (1 hr)
Coulomb friction, applications (3 hr)
Centroids and center of mass (2 hr)
Method of composite parts (2 hr)
Moments of inertia, polar moment of inertia, radius of gyration, product of inertia, parallel-axis theorem (4 hr)
Virtual work (3 hr)
Hydrostatic pressure, design considerations (3 hr)
Hour exams (3)
TOTAL HOURS: 44

ME: Suitable substitute for TAM 210.

EM: Required.

Last updated

9/19/2018