Syllabus

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ENSC 2113

FACULTY

Statics

– Summer 2016 (DRAFT)

EMAIL

Associate Professor John Phillips

Associate Professor Carisa Ramming

ARCH 101

ARCH 101

[email protected]

[email protected]

All course correspondence should filter through the emails above.

Correspondence is encouraged but to ensure a prompt response, you are expected to put “ENSC 2113” in your subject line. Homework questions that might be more time sensitive should be asked during office hours.

PHONE

School of Architecture: 405-744-6043

TA

OFFICE HOURS

TEACHING

ASSISTANTS

TEXT

TBA

TBA

Online and on-campus (if desired) office hours will be scheduled.

TA hours and various tutoring hours are TBA and will be posted on D2L

Engineering Mechanics: STATICS, 14 th

Ed., Hibbeler, R. C., Prentice Hall,

New Jersey, 2016. Also, you will need a MasteringEngineering code for online homework.

Course ID: ENSC2113SUM16.

The online homework code may be purchased

www.masteringengineering.com

with an etext option, too.

COURSE

INFORMATION

Course information (syllabus, due dates, homework, etc.) may be found at oc.okstate.edu

(D2L)

PREREQUISITES

PHYS 1114 or 2014 (Physics 1) and MATH 2144 (Calculus 1). If you haven’t successfully completed these courses, see your advisor immediately. You will be dropped from the course.

COURSE

OBJECTIVES

Ability to place forces into component form

Ability to draw free-body diagrams

Ability to determine support reactions for single and multi-member systems

Ability to calculate internal forces, including: axial (tension and compression), shear, and bending moment

Ability to calculate static friction: slipping, tipping, and wedges

Ability to calculate section properties: cross-sectional area, centroids, and moment of inertia

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ABET

STUDENT

OUTCOMES

ABET student outcomes that will be assessed for this course include:

(a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, & engineering.

(e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

LEARNING

EXERCISES

The homework problems are to develop proficiency in the analysis of various types of force systems.

EXPECTED

The student is expected to have a good working knowledge in Physics

PERFORMANCE

and Calculus, as well as develop the ability to analyze various types of force systems. Principles of equilibrium are important in many engineering courses in the curriculum. This course builds upon itself through the semester, thus students must not fall behind in the course.

CONDUCT

The University’s Academic Integrity Policy will be upheld in this and every course, and it is the responsibility of every student to abide by this policy. Any violation of this policy will be dealt with according to policy requirements without exception. Refer to the syllabus attachment.

EXAMS

All examinations will be closed book and notes, with approved calculators only. Please refer to the approved calculator list.

Cell phones and other unapproved electronics are not allowed.

Failure to abide by this policy will result in academic integrity procedures. Exams occur on the dates indicated in the course schedule

– you must have your exam administered by an approved proctor on these dates. Exams are not compreshensive and will be weighted evenly. No exam re-grades will be considered after one week of return. Contact Engineering Distance Education for the

Proctor Qualification Agreement. http://ceatde.okstate.edu/proctorqualification-agreement

Only in exceptional circumstances (such as documented illness, death in the family, etc.), will an absence from a scheduled exam be excused.

Documentation must be provided. Not knowing or oversleeping is not an excuse.

If a student has been excused from an exam, they will take a comprehensive exam in addition to Exam #4 on the last day of the summer term

– July 28, 2016.

EXAM

CALCULATOR

POLICY

In order to be excused from an exam, the student must submit, as early as possible, a written explanation and justification for the absence, together with any documentation (physician’s note, Athletic department request, etc.) This note should also have the student’s name, ID number, the date submitted, and must be signed by the student.

Students must supply their own pencils and calculator. Calculators must conform to the NCEES specifications for the FE exam. The approved list may be found at http://ncees.org/exams/calculator-policy/

Casio fx-115 models, HP33s and HP35s, TI-30X and TI-36X

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HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of two components:

Homework on D2L:

Two homework problems will be uploaded as one file to

D2L’s Dropbox by the due date and time. The PDF file name should include your last name and assignment number. As an example,

Phillips_HWK#1.pdf

. All homework must be worked by hand on engineering paper which is available at bookstores. Work is to be presented on one side of the paper and there is to be only one problem per page, using the faint line side of the engineering paper to work problems. Late homework will not be accepted without consent of the instructor. Penalties are given for homework that does not follow the required format. Homework is not to be copied from a solution manual and will result in zero credit or noted as an academic integrity violation.

Homework on MasteringEngineering:

One online problem will be due per set that will be submitted on masteringengineering. www.masteringengineering.com

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QUIZZES

FINAL GRADES

Online quizzes will be administered on D2L and are scheduled on weeks that do not contain a scheduled exam

– please refer to the course calendar.

In calculating your final grade for the course, the following percentages will be used:

Homework & Quizzes

Exam #1

Exam #2

Exam #3

Exam #4

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

Final grades will be based on the following percentages:

A = 90 to 100

B = 80 to 89

C = 70 to 79

D = 60 to 69

F = Below 60

SPECIAL NEEDS

Student Disability Services will coordinate with students to provide independence and academic progress. Please contact their office directly for assistance. Exam accommodation requests must be received one week in advance of the exam for consideration. http://sds.okstate.edu/

COURSE

OUTLINE

The course schedule is given on the following pages and may be subject to change throughout the semester

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HOMEWORK FORMAT

Homework format steps include:

1) Write out the statement of the problem and what is required (given in text).

2) Sketch the given problem (part of the statement).

3) Sketch all Free-Body Diagrams showing all dimensions & forces.

4) Write out all equations & solutions - It is not sufficient to write numbers in eqn form.

5) The answer must be presented to completely define the problem. It is to be set apart from the calculations and underlined or boxed, with proper units given.

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ENSC 2113 Summer 2016 Course Schedule (DRAFT)

Monday

6-Jun

Tuesday

7-Jun

Wednesday

8-Jun

Thursday

9-Jun

1.1-2.4/MasteringEng.

2.5-2.7

2.8-2.9

3.1-3.3

13-Jun

3.4

Intro to Mastering DUE

14-Jun

4.1-4.4

HW #1 DUE

15-Jun

4.5-4.6

HW #2 DUE/ QUIZ #1

16-Jun

EXAM #1

HW #3 DUE

20-Jun

4.7-4.8

HW #6 DUE

27-Jun

5.1-5.2

HW #10 DUE

4-Jul

HOLIDAY

11-Jul

6.6

HW #16 DUE

18-Jul

7.3

HW #19 DUE

25-Jul

10.5

HW #23 DUE

HW #4 DUE

21-Jun

9.1

HW #7 DUE

28-Jun

5.3-5.4

HW #11 DUE

5-Jul

6.1-6.3

HW #13 DUE

12-Jul

7.1

HW #17 DUE

19-Jul

8.1-8.2

HW #20 DUE

26-Jul

Strengths

HW #24 DUE

HW #5 DUE

22-Jun

9.2

HW #8 Due

29-Jun

5.5-5.7

HW #12 DUE

6-Jul

6.4

HW #14 DUE

13-Jul

7.2

HW #18 DUE

20-Jul

8.3

HW #21 DUE

27-Jul

HW #25 DUE (BONUS)

23-Jun

9.5 & 4.9

HW #9 DUE/QUIZ #2

30-Jun

EXAM #2

7-Jul

6.1-6.4

HW #15 DUE/QUIZ #3

14-Jul

EXAM #3

21-Jul

10.1-10.4

HW #22 DUE/QUIZ #4

28-Jul

EXAM #4

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