Prince George's Community College: EGR 2200: Engineering Mechanics

Course Description:

Principles of mechanics including points, bodies, and assemblies in static equilibrium. Areas examined will including trusses, frames, beams, cables, machines, point and distributed loading, and moments of inertia, scalar and vector analysis. More advance topics will include deformable bodies and stress, strain, torsion, shear, bending, and fracture. Introduction to kinetics, kinematics, and strength of materials.
See below for more details.

Prerequisite: EGR 1010 and MAT 2410
Corequisite: PHY 1030 and MAT 2420
3 credit hours

Syllabi:


Required Book:
Engineering Mechanics: Statics   Hibbeler.  Prentice Hall
Recommended books:
Schaum's Outline: Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1st Edition.  Nash, William  McGraw-Hill (1992).



Subject matter covered in class:

Chapter 2 Force Vectors

Vector operations: Addition, Unit Vector, Direction Cosines, Dot Product, Projection


Chapter 3 Equilibrium

Resolving free body diagrams in two and three dimensions


Chapter 4 Resultants

Cross Product, Moments, Projection of Moments, Equivalent Systems


Chapter 5 Equilibrium of Rigid Body

Equilibrium involving forces and Moments in two and three dimensions


Chapter 6 Structural Analysis

Analysis of trusses using The Method of Joints and The Method of Sections
Analysis of Frames and Machines


Chapter 7 Internal Forces

Analysis of beams using Shear and Moment Diagrams
Distributed Loads


Chapter 8 Friction

Problems involving Slipping or Tipping
Bearings, Belts, Rolling Resistance


Chapter 9 Center of Gravity and Centroid

Location the Center of Gravity or Centroid of bodies of various geometries and densities