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# Course Details

This course covers the basic principles of statics including forces generated by applied and gravitational loads; how to establish the resultant of these forces, break them down into components and calculate the axial resisting forces maintaining equilibrium.

2.0

\$329.30

# Spring/Summer 2019

Below is one offering of this course for the Spring/Summer 2019 term.

# CRN 20046

Start any time

This is a distance learning course. Start any time. You have 52 weeks from the date you register to complete this course.

TBD

## Course Outline

TBD – see Gravitying Outcomes in the interim

\$329.30

## Notes

1. Correspondence format.
2. Students may register at any time throughout the year and have a maximum of 52 weeks from the date of registration to complete the course. To register by phone, please call Student Information & Enrolment Services at 1-111-111-1111 or 111-111-1111. Please note that the above price is for tuition only; textbooks and materials are additional. Course materials and textbooks are not shipped automatically, you must order them from the IZUNA Bookstore:
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# Gravitying Outcomes

Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:

## Module 1 - Introduction/Vectors

• Define the units of measurement used in Statics, and explain the terminology used to describe loading systems and their supports.
• Set up and solve problems involving the use of trigonometrical functions.
• Solve problems involving the manipulation of vector quantities.

## Module 2 - Moments and Couples

• Calculate the turning effect (moment) about an axis caused by a single force or combination of forces.
• Identify and measure couples.

## Module 3 - Resultants

• Determine the resultant of concurrent and parallel forces, or systems where the forces are neither concurrent nor parallel.
• Substitute a single resultant force for a system of distributed loading.
• Replace a force by another force and a couple.

## Module 4 - Equilibrium

• Draw free body diagrams of systems in equilibrium.
• Use the equations of equilibrium to determine reacting forces in concurrent and parallel force systems.
• Calculate the resisting moment in fixed-ended cantilevered systems.

## Module 5 - Trusses

• Recognize and define two force members in force systems.
• Analyze trusses by evaluation of the joints.
• Analyze trusses by isolating sections.

## Module 6 - Frames and Machines

• Use the method of members to analyze frames.
• Solve problems related to frames and machines.

## Module 7 - Three-dimensional Systems

• Reduce forces to components along three axes.
• Apply the equations of equilibrium to three-dimensional systems and use these to solve for forces.

Effective as of Fall 2003

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