Introduction to Engineering Statics
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# Introduction to Engineering Statics

Learn fundamental static principles, and how to solve for equilibrium in 2 dimensions
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Created by Nikolai Warner
Last updated 9/2017
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• 1 hour on-demand video
• 2 Articles
• Access on mobile and TV
• Assignments
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Solve fundamental statics problems, understand the next pre-engineering courses in this series
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Requirements
• You should have a basic understanding of geometry, trigonometry, and how to solve systems of equations from math
Description

The first part of a comprehensive series on pre-engineering courses, Introduction to Engineering Statics covers fundamental problems of rigid bodies in equilibrium, as well as other fundamental principles. Statics is the fundamental course in many engineering programs; the course is based upon material covered at undergraduate engineering courses. A full understanding of statics is not only helpful, but necessary to comprehend the next engineering courses that follow.

Whether you are interested in dipping your toes in university-level engineering curriculum, love to solve tricky, puzzle-like problems, or wish to prepare yourself for the rigors of university-level engineering curriculum, this course is right for you.

Who is the target audience?
• Anyone who wants to learn university-level engineering
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Curriculum For This Course
12 Lectures
01:13:11
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Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
5 Lectures 38:36
Preview 04:55

Preview 07:45

Test your knowledge on the principles of statics in 2D equillibrium

2D Equillibrium Quiz
2 questions

Analytical Problem: Equilibrium in 2 Dimensions
12:40

Analytical Problem: Equilibrium in 2 Dimensions
13:08

Lecture 5: Homework Problem
00:08
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Distributed Forces: Centroids and Centers of Gravity
4 Lectures 20:55

Please review the centroids of common areas and shapes in the attached file for upcoming lecture material

Preview 02:54

Learn how to find the centroid of a composite shape, made up of many of the individual areas found in the previous lecture

Centroid of a Composite Shape
02:37

Test your knowledge so far on the centroids of 2D shapes and the centroids of composite areas

Centroids Quiz
2 questions

Sample Problem: Centroid of a Composite Shape
11:09

Before we begin this problem, quickly find and draw out what the reactions and forces will look like in this problem
Find the Reactions
3 questions

Analytical Problem: Using Centroid to Find Reactions
04:15
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Analysis of Engineering Structures
3 Lectures 13:40
Introduction
03:30

Truss Analysis Problem
10:02

Homework Problem: Trusses
00:08