Period | Date | Day | Ch:Sect | Topics | Problems |
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1 | 8/21 | M | 1: 1-7 | Introduction | 1: 2*, 16, 81 |

2 | 8/23 | W | A: 1-5 2: 1-5 |
Vector algebra Concurrent force systems |
2: 7, 12*, 19 |

3 | 8/25 | F | 2: 1-5 | Concurrent force systems | 2: 35, 38 ,42 |

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4 | 8/28 | M | 2: 6,7 | Concurrent force systems | 2: 63*, 76*, 85* |

5 | 8/30 | W | 3: 1-3 | Particle equilibrium (2-D) | 3: 3, 6*, 14* |

6 | 9/1 | F | 3: 1-3 | Particle equilibrium (3-D) | 3: 26, 33, 37 |

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9/4 | M | No Class - Labor Day - University Holiday | |||

7 | 9/6 | W | 4: 1-3 | Moments | 4: 7, 25, 28* |

8 | 9/8 | F | 4: 1-3 | Moments (vector) | 4: 38*, 55, 69* |

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9 | 9/11 | M | 4: 4 | Couples | 4: 74, 85*, 91 |

10 | 9/13 | W | 4: 5,6 | Resultants (2-D) | 4: 104, 121, 155* |

11 | 9/15 | F | 4: 5,6 | Resultants (3-D) | 4: 141, 144*, 151 |

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12 | 9/18 | M | 5: 1-3 |
Center of mass, Centroid |
5: 4, 6*, 14 |

13 | 9/20 | W | 5: 1-3 | Center of mass, Centroid | 5: 15*, 17*, 101* |

14 | 9/21 | R | Exam 1 (Through period 11) | ||

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15 | 9/25 | M | 5: 4 | Composite bodies | 5: 31*, 36, 43* |

16 | 9/27 | W | 5: 4 | Composite bodies | 5: 46, 48, 49* |

17 | 9/29 | F | 5: 6,7 | Distributed loads | 5: 75, 89, 108 |

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18 | 10/2 | M | 6: 1,2 | Free-body diagrams | 6: 7, 19, 24 |

19 | 10/4 | W | 6: 3 | Equilibrium (2-D) | 6: 38, 43*, 51* |

20 | 10/6 | F | 6: 3 | Equilibrium (2-D) | 6: 53, 54, 55* |

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21 | 10/9 | M | 6: 4 | Equilibrium (3-D) | 6: 75, 78*, 79 |

22 | 10/11 | W | 6: 4 | Equilibrium (3-D) | 6: 82*, 104, 105* |

23 | 10/13 | F | 7: 4 | Frames and machines | 7: 86, 91*, 97 |

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24 | 10/16 | M | 7: 4 | Frames and machines | 7: 100*, 102, 111 |

25 | 10/18 | W | 7: 1,2 | Trusses - Method of joints | 7: 5*, 9*, 12 |

26 | 10/20 | F | 7: 2 | Trusses - Method of joints | 7: 20*, 21, 24* |

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27 | 10/23 | M | 7: 2 | Trusses - Method of sections | 7: 45, 50, 56* |

28 | 10/25 | W | 7: 2 | Trusses - Method of sections | 7: 60*, 61, 66 |

29 | 10/26 | R | Exam 2 (Through period 26) | ||

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30 | 10/30 | M | 8: 1-3 | Internal force analysis | 8: 10, 12*, 27* |

31 | 11/1 | W | 8: 4,5 | Beams | 8: 37, 41*, 48 |

32 | 11/3 | F | 8: 4,5 | Beams | 8: 56*, 57, 60 |

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33 | 11/6 | M | 8: 4,5 |
Shear force and Bending moment diagrams |
8: 63, 65*, 67 |

34 | 11/8 | W | 9: 1,2 | Concepts of friction | 9: 3, 8, 21* |

35 | 11/10 | F | 9: 1,2 | Concepts of friction | 9: 19, 119*, 123* |

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36 | 11/13 | M | 9: 3.5 | Flexible belts | 9: 91*, 93, 98 |

37 | 11/15 | W | 10: 1,2 | 2^{nd} moments of area |
10: 6*, 11, 16 |

38 | 11/17 | F | 10: 2 |
2^{nd} moments of area |
10: 26, 130, 131 |

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11/20 (M) - 11/24 (F) | Thanksgiving Break - No Classes | ||||

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39 | 11/27 | M | 10: 2 | Composite areas | 10: 34*, 39, 53* |

40 | 11/29 | W | 10: 2 | Mixed 2^{nd }moments/area |
10: 56*, 59*, 66 |

41 | 11/30 | R | Exam 3 (Through period 38) | ||

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42 | 12/4 | M | 10: 3 | Principal moments of area | 10: 70*, 71, 136* |

43 | 12/6 | W | 10: 4 | Mass moments of inertia | 10: 99, 102*, 103 |

44 | 12/8 | F | 10: 4 | Mass moments of inertia | 10: 105*, 108, 111 |

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The assigned homework problems should be considered a minimum assignment. Students should do as many additional problems as is necessary to thoroughly understand the basic principles. |