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
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • 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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12 Lectures
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Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
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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
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Introduction
03:30

Truss Analysis Problem
10:02

Homework Problem: Trusses
00:08
About the Instructor
Nikolai Warner
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An entrepreneurship minor at the University of Washington, Nikolai has worked with several startups, most recently Brainiac. He has helped to market and successfully sell a $200+ eCourse for niche SAT/ACT tutoring through paid advertising. He is currently working on analytics and marketing at an internship at Portelo, Inc. His expertise includes Google Analytics, Google Adwords, and Microsoft Web Expression 4. He is experienced with landing page optimization, conversion rate optimization, and basic web development.