Objective: Draw the free body diagram for an identified subsystem with engineering connections, representing all interactions with parts external to the subsystem

Objective: Account properly for forces and couples in equilibrium equations, and deduce their actual senses given their signs found from equilibrium and their assumed senses

Objective: Account properly for pre-modeled known distributed force described as q(x)

Objective: Account properly for unknown distributed contact forces, and interpret the results of solution by recognizing physically impossible outcomes

Objective: Find the range of a parameter that ensures equilibrium, or the configuration that minimizes or maximizes a force

Objective: Use equilibrium conditions in a qualitative way, without actually solving them, to: make informed assumptions about senses of unknowns, recognize arrangements incapable of being in equilibrium, check the correctness of the senses of forces determined from

Objective: Represent all interactions with external parts on FBDs of identified subsystems that are parts of a larger system, indicating all their known and unknown attributes, and obeying Newton's 3rd law

Objective: Solve for all unknowns given a set of subsystems, by imposing successive equilibrium equations each containing one unknown.

Objective: Identify sequence of fully solvable subsystems when present, and solve for all unknowns imposing successive equilibrium equations each containing one unknown

Objective: Explain the concepts and theories underlying the nature of friction

b.

The Laws of Friction

Objective: Define and be able to calculate the coefficients of static and kinetic friction

Objective: Solve a friction problem using analytic, trigonometric, and graphical techniques

c.

Disc Friction

Objective: Calculate the resisting moment developed by the friction between a surface and a rotating disk (Disc friction)

d.

Ramp Friction

Objective: Given a specific set of conditions, determine if the state of a body is static, motion impending, moving at constant velocity, or accelerating (Plane and Ramp Friction)

e.

Wedge Friction

Objective: Calculate the forces developed on a body when multiple surfaces of the body are exposed to friction (Wedge Friction)

f.

Square Threaded Screws

Objective: Calculate the torque required to achieve a specific clamping force in a square-threaded screw

g.

Belt and Wrap Friction

Objective: Determine the tension in a rope or belt system given the geometry of the system and the coefficient of friction

Objective: Calculate the area moment of inertia of simple geometric shapes

Objective: Definition of the Mass Moment of Inertia

b.

Moment of Inertia of Composite Sections

Objective: Calculate the area moment of inertia of composite geometric shapes

c.

Moment of Inertia of Standard Sections

Objective: Determine the area moment of inertia of standard structural sections

d.

Moment of Inertia of Built-up Sections

Objective: Determine the area moment of inertia of built-up structural sections

e.

Mohr's Circle for Moment of Inertia

Objective: Use Mohr's circle to determine the maximum and minimum area moments of inertia and the rotation of the principle axis about which this occurs for asymmetrical sections